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Family Literacy

Welcome to the Family Literacy Program located on the Allen P. Code Learning Center campus in Seneca. The Family Literacy Program offers adults who have children from the ages of six weeks to five years the opportunity to attend classes and work on their GED or high school diploma. While adults attend classes, the children attend an on-site daycare program. There is no cost for GED classes childcare, or meals for those who qualify.

Goals of the Family Literacy Program
  • To enhance children's development, school readiness and school success
  • To share appropriate activities with families to improve basic literacy skills
  • To partner with community agencies to provide the resources families need to raise children who are equipped to learn 
  • To provide parents with the information to enhance parenting skills
  • To enhance parent and child relationships
  • To encourage parents to be a partner in their child's education 
  • GED and High School Diploma classes for adults
  • Workplace and Computer Skills
  • Work Keys Certification
  • Child Development Program for children ages 8 weeks through 6 years
  • Parenting Classes
  • Home Visits
  • Interactive Literacy between parent and child
  • Transition Support for Continuing Education
Contact Us:  (864) 886-4434
Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

NOTE:  There is no cost for GED classes, childcare, or meals for those who qualify.