Lewiston Adult Education’s main office has moved from Lewiston High School to a temporary one at 145 Birch St., the Longley Multipurpose Center.
The change in location will place the main office temporarily with the Adult Learning Center in the Longley Multipurpose Center because of the construction of the new addition to Lewiston High School.
“This will be the first time in LAE history all our staff and programming will be in one location,” Assistant Director Jen Tiner said.
Director Bill Grant added, “While temporary, this gives us a great opportunity to have all our staff connect daily in person.”
The high school construction project began in September 2020 and is scheduled to finish in September 2021. The new addition will have space for music and art classes along with the new entrance.
“We look forward to sharing the new space with our adult community for continuing education programming,” Grant said.
Main office employees’ move to the Adult Learning Center began on Monday, Nov. 30. Phone numbers and email addresses will remain the same.
While most of Lewiston Adult Education’s Winter-Spring 2021 classes will be online to keep students safe from COVID-19, classes at the Adult Learning Center will have mask and distancing requirements in place. Many residents of Lewiston also refer to the building as the Multi-purpose Center.
Adult Learning Center entrance
The entrance to the Adult Learning Center is located on the left-hand side of Longley. Adult Learning Center staff will continue with language and high school equivalency classes as fellow Lewiston Adult Education employees work from their temporary office spaces.
Anyone with questions can contact Mike Reagan email@example.com.