The graduation celebration for Warren County Adult Education will be held on June 3, 2016 at Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC), Building F at 6:30. Friends and family are invited to this ceremony that recognizes the academic achievement of GED graduates.

One deserving graduate is Daniel Tarnagda, originally from Burkina Fasa in Africa. Daniel came to the United States in 2013 from a family of 6 children. Having to help with family finances, Daniel was not able to complete school in his home country. He successfully moved through the ESL program at Warren County Adult Ed and then enrolled in the GED program. After months of study, he successfully passed all testing areas.

Daniel plans to begin college at SKYCTC in the fall and has set his sights toward a Ph.D. He is only one of many students who have worked hard to attain this goal.

Our students are dedicated to furthering their educational goals and pursuing their dreams, states SKYCTC Adult Education Director Brian Becker. We have several graduates who are going on to college and others are enrolled in occupational training areas, says Becker.

Dr. Cody Davidson, Director of Administrative Leadership for Kentucky Department of Adult Education, will give the commencement address to this year s graduating class.

The Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College Adult Education Centers in Warren, Simpson, Barren, and Metcalfe Counties provide GED preparation, remediation in reading, writing, math, citizenship preparation, College prep and English as a Second Language, as well as testing for the Kentucky Essential Skills Certificate and the National Career Readiness Certificate.

A reception will be held after the ceremony for family and friends to honor the graduates.