To receive credit in an Adult Education class, a student must attend class sessions regularly, exhibit good conduct, and complete all required class work. The school is financed by State and Federal funds based on enrollment and completion of class and programs. Therefore, students MUST be in regular attendance to ensure continuation of the class. Classes with attendance below twenty students per hour are subject to reduced hours or cancellation. Individual students may be dropped due to lack of attendance.
Children in class
Children are not permitted in Adult Education classes. Students must make off-campus child care arrangements.
Publicity and Photo Release
As an OAE student, you may be photographed or filmed for district displays or other publicity and public relations purposes. Your registration indicates your agreement for these purposes. If you feel otherwise, please submit a letter to the Oroville Adult Education Administration.
Who may attend?
Classes are open to all adults 18 years or older. (Residency in Butte County or Oroville is not required.)
Course Cancellation or Withdrawal
Oroville Adult Education reserves the right to discontinue, shorten, postpone, combine classes, and/or change instructors.
First Class Attendance
Attendance is required at the first class session or student may be replaced with someone on the wait list.
Choose your classes carefully. Refunds will be made only when a class is full or is cancelled due to low enrollment.
Some Career and Technical class books are available for purchase in the front office. Adult Education does not repurchase used books. If a book contains software, the book is considered used if the seal is broken.
All complaints must be written, signed and filed with the Principal of Oroville Adult Education. It is the goal of Oroville Adult Education to ensure compliance with applicable State and Federal laws and regulations. The District has adopted policies and procedures for the investigation and resolution of complaints alleging failure to comply with applicable State and Federa l laws. The District monitors compliance with provisions outlined in the uniform complaint process. Complaints or allegations regarding noncompliance with applicable State and Federal laws should be submitted in writing to the District Office at 2211 Washington Avenue, Oroville, CA 95966. Copies of the Uniform Complaint Procedure Policy are available in the OAE office.
OAE is not responsible for any lost or stolen items, or any item left behind in any of the classroom locations. Please check in the office if you think you lost an item on campus.
Food and Drinks
No food will be allowed in classrooms and only drinks in approved, close-topped containers will be allowed.
All OUHSD schools are tobacco free zones. Smoking is prohibited on or near any OAE campus.
All OAE students are required to follow appropriate student conduct as prescribed in the OUHSD Discipline Policy and OAE Code of Conduct. Students may be suspended or dropped for violations.
No weapons of any type are permitted on or near any OAE campus.
OAE will accept a personal check with an ID card. There is a $25 charge on any returned check. Failure to pay this fee will result in the matter being turned over to the District Attorney Check Fraud Division.
Oroville Adult Education is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. OAE programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on gender, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or the perception of one or more of such characteristics. Adult Education shall promote programs which ensure that discriminatory practices are eliminated.
POLÍTICA CONTRA LA DISCRIMINACIÓN
LA ESCUELA DE ADULTOS DE OROVILLE SE HA COMPROMETIDO A PROPORCIONAR IGUALDAD DE OPORTUNIDADES A TODOS LOS INDIVIDUOS EN LA EDUCACIÓN. LOS PROGRAMAS, ACTIVIDAS Y PRÁCTICAS DE LA ESCUELA DE ADULTOS SERÁN LIBRES DE DISCRIMINACIÓN BASADA EN GÉNERO, RAZA, COLOR, ASCENDENCIA, RELIGIÓN, IDENTIFICACIÓN CON GRUPOS ÉTNICOS, U ORIGEN NACIONAL, GRUPO ÉTNICO, ESTADO CIVIL, DESHABILIDADES FÍSICAS O MENTALES, ORIENTACIÓN SEXUAL, EMBARAZO O ESTADO PARENTAL O LA PERCEPCIÓN DE UNA O MÁS DE ESTAS CARACTERÍSTICAS. LA ESCUELA DE ADULTOS PROMUEVE PROGRAMAS QUE ASEGURAN ELIMINAR LAS PRÁCTICAS DISCRIMINATORIAS.
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Fliers in Spanish and Hmong describing all Adult Education programs and courses are available in the OAE office. An appointment with an advisor to discuss these programs can be made by calling 538-5350.
LOS FOLLETOS EN ESPAÑOL Y HMONG QUE DESCRIBEN TODOS LOS PROGRAMAS Y CURSOS DE LA ESCUELA DE ADULTOS, ESTAN DISPONIBLES EN LA OFICINA DE LA ESCUELA OAE. PARA TRATAR SOBRE ESTOS PROGRAMAS LLAMENOS PARA HACER UNA CITA CON UN CONSEJERO AL NÚMERO 538-5350.
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