WELCOME TO THE CENTRAL ISLIP ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM
Opening the Door to a Better Future!
Abriendo Puertas Hacia un Futuro Mejor!
The mission statement of the Central Islip Adult Education Program is to fulfil the potential of every adult enrolled in our program, and to provide our diverse population the skills necessary to help them achieve and prosper.
To provide an innovative system that captures the need of every student in our program.
To empower students to become more productive and successful in the workforce.
To assist students in pursuing higher education, and help them be productive citizens of their community.
CLASSES & CERTIFICATIONS
ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE)
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL)
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA (TASC )
CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION TRAINING (CPR)
EKG TECHNICIAN - CET (ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY)
MEDICAL INSURANCE: BILLING AND CODING
MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN- CPT
MEDICAL ASSISTANT (CMA)
Ms. Elaine Medin, Director
(631) 348 - 5079
85 Wheeler Road
Central Islip, New York
Mondays - Thursdays 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Registration in Person:
ESL, TASC(GED), Mondays - Thursdays, 6:30pm-9:30pm
ESL, TASC (GED) Must register in-person
ESL Registrations involve a quick "in-person" registration which take place Monday - Thursday from 6:30pm-9:30pm in the High School Main Office.
We will continue to enroll students into our ESL, TASC (GED) and Classes(provided there is space in a class) on a rolling basis until October 31st in the Fall, February 28th for the Spring. After the deadline students will need to wait for the following semester to register.
Unless otherwise noted in a course description, ALL ADULT EDUCATION COURSES ARE RESTRICTED TO ADULTS 21 or over. We reserve the right to ask any student to provide proof of age.
When schools are closed due to inclement weather or hazardous road conditions, announcements will be made over the following radio stations(If our schools are closed for holidays or weather related emergencies, ALL Adult Ed programs are closed those evenings).
WALK 1370 AM WALK 97.5 FM WBAB 102.3 FM
WGLI 1290 AM WLIC 540 AM WINS 1010 AM
WOR 710 AM WGSM 740 AM Channel 12 NEWS (TV)
Books & Materials:
Participants are expected to bear the cost of any books or materials necessary for the coursework, in addition to the registration fee.Senior Citizens are not exempt from any fees.
There will be NO REFUNDS, unless a class is cancelled due to insufficient registration or the unavailability of an instructor. These refunds will be mailed from the District Office approximately 4 weeks after classes have begun.