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English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes

  

The purpose of The Blythe Library’s ESL program is to assist adult learners in becoming active participants in their communities. Topics covered will help students develop the English language skills they need to navigate governmental, educational, financial, healthcare, and other American institutions. ESL classes provide the opportunity for nonnative English speakers to improve their employability, increase their communication skills in English, and become self-sufficient members of our American society. No residency documentation paperwork is required to participate.


All potential students will:

· be required to attend an information session prior to being accepted to classes: date/time TBD

· be required to pay a small monthly fee to help offset expenses: $20 per person month/ $25 per couple

· commit themselves to attending weekly classes: Tuesday & Thursday evenings 

· provide prior notice when unable to attend a session


 Childcare is not offered; however, if lack of childcare will prevent an applicant from attending, please let us know. 


If you know of anyone who would benefit from our classes, please send them a link or tell them to come in and speak with Mrs. Rodriguez.  

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Applications

ESLClass Application in Spanish (pdf)

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ESLClass Application (pdf)

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