Teens and adults looking for a quiet place to study this summer will be able to take advantage of one area nonprofit’s upcoming opportunity.
The Place of Forsyth is offering a summer study hall for anyone ages 18 and over every Monday and Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. in its community room from June 5-July 26, according to a recent press release.
The Place’s Community Room is located at 2550 The Place Circle in Cumming.
While it’s a self-paced program, tutors are available to help as needed. Free childcare and dinner will also be provided.
“We are offering $50 gas cards for every 25 hours earned or eight in-person classes attended in the program,” said Adult Education Development Coordinator Paige Ashkeboussi.
To sign up, people can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (770) 887-1098 extension 223.
The Place has partnered with the Literacy Network of North Georgia to offer English as a Second Language “family literacy series” nights this summer.
Literacy nights will be hosted Monday and Wednesday evenings 5-6:30 p.m. from June 5-July 26 at The Place’s Forsyth location, 2550 The Place Circle in Cumming.
Gatherings will encourage family fun through conversation and a meal.
There are limited spots for these nights. People can RSVP with Paige Ashkeboussi through the contact details listed above.