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Message from the Principal

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South San Francisco Adult Education has developed schedule of classes that will support our mission of providing adult students with the skills to advance their education, employment, and success.  These classes include Adult Secondary Education, varied levels of English as a Second language, Career Technical Education, and Community Based Education.  If you have enjoyed learning with us in the past, we look forward to your return.  If you have not taken the opportunity to enrich your skills and your life, now is the time to enroll at South San Francisco Adult Education.


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Skyline Shine Community Award 2015

ACCEL North Collaborative Action Team for AB86

Caption: (from left) Dr.  Regina Stanback Stroud, Garrett Nicols, Leigh Anne Shaw, Mary Gutierrez, Diana Rumney, Michael Coyne, Majken Talbot, Seemaa Prasad, Richard Baugh Jr.

The Adult-Education College and Career Educational Leadership (ACCEL) is a consortium of adult schools and community colleges in North San Mateo county working in collaboration under AB86 funding.  ACCEL work is conducted locally by collaborative action teams (CATs).  South San Francisco Adult Education, Jefferson Adult School, and Skyline College are partners in the north of the county and have been working to transition adult learners to college and careers.  The North CATs was nominated for and was selected to receive the prestigious Skyline Shines award for community service at this year’s Opening Day celebration at Skyline College.  Principals Michael Coyne (SSF) and Diana Rumney (Jefferson) accepted the award on the team’s behalf from Skyline College President, Dr. Regina Stanback Stroud.  The selection committee was impressed with both the work accomplished by the team and their community-oriented goals.