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Warsaw Adult Education welcomes new full-time director Leo Patiño



Warsaw Adult Education is entering a new chapter with a series of exciting developments. This summer, the program welcomes Leo Patiño as the new full-time director. Patiño brings a wealth of experience and fresh energy to the role, promising to enhance the support and opportunities available to adult learners.


Leadership Transition

In a strategic leadership shift, David Bailey, who has been managing both Warsaw Community Schools Alternative Education program and Adult Education, will now focus exclusively on the Alternative Education program.

This change allows Bailey to concentrate fully on his responsibilities, while Patiño will take over as the full-time director of Adult Education, ensuring dedicated leadership for both programs. Read more about David Bailey's exciting transition as the full time

principle of Warsaw's Gateway Education Center!



 

Upcoming Classes

Warsaw Adult Education has also announced the start dates for its upcoming classes, providing vital educational opportunities for the community.


High School Equivalency (HSE) Classes

HSE classes are set to resume on Tuesday, August 13. Offering free morning and evening classes, the program invites interested students to enroll by calling or texting 574-216-3636 or signing up online at Warsaw Adult Education.


English Language Learners (ELL) Classes

ELL classes will begin on Monday, August 19, at 7:00 PM. These classes, held at Ivy Tech Community College (2545 Silveus Crossing, Warsaw, IN 46582), aim to support non-native English speakers in improving their language skills.


Prospective students can register by calling or texting 260-225-3135 or completing the Google Form available on the Warsaw Adult Education website.


 

Looking Ahead

With Leo Patiño's arrival and a renewed focus on delivering high-quality education, Warsaw Adult Education is poised for a successful year. The program remains committed to helping students achieve their educational goals, whether through earning an HSE diploma or enhancing English language proficiency.


These developments mark a significant milestone for Warsaw Adult Education, reaffirming its dedication to fostering educational success and personal growth within the community. For more information and updates, interested parties are encouraged to visit the program’s website or contact them directly.


If you would like to learn more about

Warsaw Adult Education, visit their website!


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