General Information for Current Students
Lessons and Online Study Tools – Practice what you learned in class
Student Successes – Check out these stories from recent graduates!
HSE Test Options – Learn about the GED, HiSET, and TASC
COVID-19: Students have frequently asked these questions.
Below are links to enrollment pages for our CourseSites units. Please see your Digital Literacy Coordinator for help enrolling in the correct unit.
Rules of Conduct, Statement of Expectations
Seeds does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. Any student meeting our Eligibility Requirements who is willing to follow our basic Rules of Conduct are welcome.
Seeds of Literacy’s classroom is built to help a wide range of students and be a good learning environment where everyone can come and feel safe in a learning atmosphere. To preserve this learning environment, Seeds has several Rules of Conduct that must be followed by students at all time.
- Be respectful of others’ feelings and beliefs
- Avoid bad language
- Do not interrupt others
- Do not harass or bully others, no violence
- Do not bring weapons of any kind
- Do not come to class under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Put cell phones on silent. Respond to calls or texts outside of the classroom
- Wear headphones when listening to music. Volume should not be heard by others
- Practice good hygiene
If you do not meet the Rules of Conduct, staff members may determine you are:
- Suspended from the program for a period of time, or
- Expelled from the Seeds program permanently
If you feel uncomfortable, or feel that someone has broken our rules of conduct, please notify your tutor. Your tutor share your concerns with the appropriate staff member. You may also notify the site coordinator on duty.
Release of Information
ATTENDANCE, ENROLLMENT, EMERGENCY DATA
By enrolling at Seeds of Literacy, you are authorizing Seeds to give and receive information related to your educational services. If you wish to OPT OUT, or LIMIT the information that is shared, please contact us in writing with your limitations. (Examples may include: “You may share information with my emergency contact only.” or “My employer is authorized to check what days I attended class.” or “My probation officer’s name is_____. Please provide my attendance to him.” )
Your story may inspire others! By enrolling at Seeds of Literacy, you are authorizing Seeds to share your personal GED story and/or photo with our community partners, on social media, and with our supporters in newsletters. Seeds will make every effort to notify students if a camera or video crew will be on site and will provide accommodations to those who don’t want to be filmed. We make every effort to speak with students to share their story. We understand and respect there are reasons why a student may not want his or her information shared. Please notify a staff member if you do not want your story or photo shared.
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