WHAT WE DO
FAMILY EDUCATION CENTER
The Diboll Family Education Center is open to the public and is free. Classes are open to all Texas residents over the age of 18 years who are not currently enrolled in public school. Residents who are 18 years of age and under must have a parent or guardian consent and proof of school withdrawal. Residents who are 16 may be accepted under certain conditions.
Our program helps adults qualify for college, training, or obtain a good job with good wages. We work to transition students to Success.
All classes require in-person registration and testing. On the first day of class registration is completed. A baseline assessment is completed. This assessment is used to create a foundation in which we customize the lessons in class and through online learning. Once testing is completed the results will be reviewed with the student and information provided regarding attendance, class schedules, and information about other possible services we offer.
Diboll Family Education Center is part of the (ACAEC) Angelina College Adult Education Consortium. We are part of 11 Adult Education Classes offered in the consortium.
Currently we offer the following:
Adult Education Classes
-ABE (Adult Basic Education which focuses on Reading, Writing, & Math Improvement
-GED (High School Equivalency Exam which focuses on 4 subjects: Science, Social Studies, Mathematical Reasoning, and Reasoning Through Language Arts
English As a Second Language
-Learn to Speak English
-EL/Civics (Citizenship/Civics classes once a week)
-For all children who are not enrolled in school
-Provided for residents in Diboll to and from classes daily
PACT (Parent and Child Time)
-Provided once a month with parent and child
Shawna Neal-Director of Family Education Center
Karen Barkley-Thompson-Instructional Aide
Mary Kay Teutsch-Record Keeping
Kati Curtis-Angelina College Instructional Aide
John Mills- Angelina College GED Teacher
Nita Hurley-Angelina College GED Teacher
Bea Suarez- ESL Instructor
Klarisa Mijares-Childcare Worker