Students will learn how to examine two arguments and decide which one is a better argument.  They will practice writing and extended response describing which argument is better.

This course is designed for food safety manager certificate training.  The course focuses on the areas of basic food safety, personal hygiene, cross-contamination & allergens, time & temperature, and cleaning & sanitation.  The course will prepare you to take the national exam that consists of 90 questions in two hours.  A passing score of 75% is needed in order to pass the certification exam.  Students are responsible for the $36 examination fee.  After passing the exam, students must apply for their own food manager certificate ($35) from the State of Minnesota's Department of Health.

Classes for the GED® exam are student-centered and self-paced. Students may opt for individual instruction. Classes are open to students who are at least 17 years old and not attending a secondary school program.

Classes to prepare for the tests are offered morning, afternoon and evening at Adult Options In Education sites in Hopkins, Minnetonka and St. Louis Park. Call 952-988-5343 to make inquiries or to register for any class or program.


Adult Basic Skills & GED

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Get your GED diploma, learn English, gain work skills, and more with Adult Options in Education programs

Adult Options In Education offers English Language classes, GED preparation and testing, and basic reading and writing skills classes.

Adult Options In Education is an adult basic education program serving, and supported by, the community education departments of the Hopkins, Minnetonka, and St. Louis Park school districts.

Registration for all classes takes place at Eisenhower Community Center, 1001 Highway 7, Hopkins, MN 55305.

Call 952-988-5343 for class registration information.

See more at their full site: www.adultoptions.org