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General Information

Phone: 530-757-5380

Fax: 530-757-5381

Email: das@djusd.net

http://dace.djusd.net

 

2016-17 School Holidays

Veterans Day, Nov 11

Thanksgiving Week, Nov 21 - 25

Winter Break, Dec 26 - Jan 6

Martin Luther King Day, Jan 16

Lincoln’s Birthday, Feb 13

President’s Day, Feb 20

Spring Break, Mar 27 - 31

Memorial Day, May 29

 

Office Hours

Mon-Thurs 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

and 2:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

We are closed on Fridays.

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What do you want to learn today?

We want to hear from you!   Please take our short survey to let us know which classes you would like to see at Davis Adult and Community Education in the future.  Click here to take the survey.

Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG)

As a result of strong advocacy on behalf of adult programs and students around the state, dedicated funding has returned for adult education in the form of the Adult Education Block Grant.  In 2013, a major change was made to how public adult schools do business including a greater emphasis on workforce development and providing seamless transitions for students going from a K-12 adult school into the community college system.   One major part of this shift was the formation of local consortia that includes representatives from the community college along with representatives from K-12 adult schools.  Davis Adult and Community Education is a member of the Capital Adult Education Regional Consortium (CAERC) in the Los Rios Community College District.  CAERC is the second largest consortium in the state with 13 K-12 school districts and 4 community colleges. 

For more information about the work of the local consortium, including public meeting agendas and our three year plan to enhance adult education services in our region, visit the CAERC website.  For more information about AB104 and the Adult Education Block Grant statewide, visit the AEBG website.

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Fall Quarter Starts September 19th

Welcome to another fun-filled year of exciting life-long learning opportunities!  We have several new classes in our Fall line-up including Essentrics, an awesome new fitness class and a special Japanese cooking workshop.  We will also be offering a wide array of language classes, fitness classes, and computer classes along with some community favorites like Auto Mechanics and Community Folk Orchestra.  We also just added Woodworking back to the line-up with a new instructor.  Registration for Fall Quarter is open now and many of our most popular classes will reach capacity before the quarter starts, so register today!

 

New Classes are added all of the time!

We are always looking for new and innovative classes to enhance our program, so if you have a skill that you think people would be interested in learning and want to teach others, please contact us through email at das@djusd.net or by filling out the Course Proposal form under "Employment".  We look forward to seeing you in one of our upcoming classes and Happy Learning!

Sincerely,

Grace Sauser

Principal, Davis Adult and Community Education

Where are we located?

Physical Address: Corner of Oak Ave. and 14th St.  - on the backside of the Davis Senior High School Campus, facing Oak Ave.   http://dace.djusd.net

Important Dates

NEW Class Spotlight!

Woodworking – JUST ADDED!

 

Phillip Bentz, Holmes Jr. High Woodshop,  10 classes

Fall, 1st class 9/19

Mon/Wed: 6:30-8:30 p.m.

*Class meets every other week.

$80 fee/quarter

 

Do you have a desire to work with wood on either a practical or artistic level? If so, this is the class for you! In addition to having access to fantastic equipment, students will learn how to use various woodworking hand and power tools. Each class will include both demonstrated projects and time to work on projects of your own choosing. Emphasis will be placed on safety, equipment operation, and design.  No previous experience is needed. Students will be responsible for obtaining their own wood and supplies. No storage space available in the classroom.

 

 

Notice of Public Meeting - Capital Adult Education Regional Consortium

Members of the public are invited to attend and participate in regional consortium meetings.  For information about the consortium and the Adult Education Block Grant please see the information below regarding AEBG.  Agendas for monthly meetings are posted on the CAERC website prior to that month's meeting. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of every month, from 1:30 p.m. until approximately 3:30 p.m. at the Sacramento County Office of Education in Rancho Cordova.

To review the minutes from previous meetings and the agendas for upcoming meetings, please visit:

http://www.caerc.org/meetings.html

 

You can access the October Meeting Agenda here.