Due to the inclement weather that caused cancellations for registering for Winter 2018 ESL classes at Watkins Mill High School and Silver Spring International Middle School, the Literacy Council of Montgomery County has rescheduled registration dates to allow more students to test and enroll in these classes. To take the class at Silver Spring International
Due to inclement weather, the ESL Class that meets Wednesday evenings at Gaithersburg Library is cancelled for today, Wednesday, January 17th. Enrolled students should come to class on Monday January 22nd, which will be the first night of class. In addition, the class registration for the evening class at Silver Spring International Middle School (SSIMS),
We are pleased to announce the continuation of the ESL Legacy Scholarship. Thanks to the generosity of a donor, and in partnership with The Community Foundation and Future Link, the ESL Legacy Scholarship provides financial support to children whose parents studied English as a Second Language (ESL) through the classroom or tutoring programs at LCMC.
Due to inclement weather, the LCMC office will close early today, Monday, January 8th, at 3:00pm. Please adjust any affected reservations for tutoring rooms or Conversation Class accordingly, and stay safe. Thank you.
Due to the closure of Montgomery County Public Schools on Thursday January 4, tonight’s registration and testing for ESL Classes at Watkins Mill High School has been cancelled. To take an evening ESL class at Watkins Mill High School this winter, students must attend the registration and testing event on Thursday January 11, at 6pm.
Due to inclement weather, the LCMC office will open late today, Thursday January 4th, at 11:30am. Please adjust any affected reservations for tutoring rooms or Conversation Class accordingly, and stay safe. Thank you.
“I am one of the survivors.” That’s what Risala quietly says when asked where she is originally from. “I am from South Sudan, Darfur,” she says first. Normally, the “where” question is followed up with the question of what brought one of our ESL learners to the United States. But in this case, asking someone
ESL Tutor and Student Spotlight on Mamadou and Leslie If this story inspires you to support the work of LCMC and students like Mamadou, please consider making a Giving Tuesday donation here. “Our community is better for having Mamadou in it.” Leslie, a Literacy Council of Montgomery County volunteer tutor, does not mince words. “I
Our Winter 2018 ESL Class schedule is now set. Please see this flyer for a list of locations, times, and days of the week different classes are held to identify which works best for your schedule. Several levels of instruction will be held at each site dependent upon the levels of learners who test at
November 2017’s LCMC Volunteer Spotlight is on Marisa Fried! “I believe literacy education is the best way to a better life,” says Marisa Fried, who began tutoring with LCMC in January 2017. She remarks on how adult literacy education not only directly helps the adult learners, but helps children learn to read as well. “Children who