Bus tickets are available to students who receive Public Assistance, are unemployed or underemployed (determined by income). To request bus tickets, contact the Intake and Assessment Specialist at the class Site Location.
The Community Child Care Resource and Referral Center 563-324-1302 can assist in locating childcare services for daytime or evening classes.
If you need accommodations due to a disability, you can visit the Disabilities Services page or contact the staff directly here. A one-week advance notice of accommodation needs is recommended.
Pregnant and parenting students have access to individual counseling sessions, and family living, nutrition and childcare and development classes.
With the student’s permission, Optional Education will coordinate services and goals with social service agencies, psychologists, psychiatrists, court services and drug/alcohol programs.
Counseling – Optional Education
The Youth Service Bureau provides counseling services to students enrolled in the Optional Education program.
Last updated 12/15/2016