GED provides start to a new life

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GED provides start to a new life

Graduates already embark on next stage
Kimberly Davis hugs Stephanie Moran, the Durango Adult Education Center high school equivalency program manager, after Davis gave an emotional speech Thursday evening during the center’s GED graduation at the Durango Public Library. Davis who prepped for college courses at the center, went on to get the training to become an X-ray tech at Mercy Regional Medical Center.

GED provides start to a new life

Kimberly Davis hugs Stephanie Moran, the Durango Adult Education Center high school equivalency program manager, after Davis gave an emotional speech Thursday evening during the center’s GED graduation at the Durango Public Library. Davis who prepped for college courses at the center, went on to get the training to become an X-ray tech at Mercy Regional Medical Center.
To register

The Durango Adult Education Center will be closed for the winter break starting Monday. English as a Second Language classes and registration for the next semester of high school-equivalency classes will take place the week of Jan. 2, with classes starting Jan. 9. To learn more, call 385-4354 or visit the DAEC in the Commons Building, 701 Camino del Rio, Suite 301.

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