The Lompoc Vision
“Good News You Can Use.”
No, it’s not too late... No, you are not to old
Yes, you can afford it... Yes, you can do it
All Classes Are Free!
Open Registration -www.lusd.org/las
ompoc Adult School is a program of the Lompoc
Unified School District and was begun in September
1962 to offer community classes of interest as well
as vocational training. The School became a great commu-
nity asset, offering dozens of classes at numerous locations.
Lompoc Adult School, like all those in California, ex-
perienced severe funding cuts in 2008, but the Lompoc
Unified School District kept the school open, continuing to
offer high school diploma and ESL classes. Fortunately, the
State of California recognized the value of adult education
WHY ATTEND LASCC?
Increases your possibilities for employment.
Acquire skills, education and training leading to better
job opportunities and/or promotions.
More education = higher wages. Workers with a high
school diploma earned nearly $200/week more than those
Prepares you for future opportunities (career, college,
Affordable (free!), convenient (located downtown), flex-
A SAMPLE OF CLASSES:
Word Processing - Email/Internet.
MS Word - Excel - PowerPoint.
Basic reading/math - workplace
soft skills - Resume writing & interviewing.
Introduction to careers - Skills re-
Computer-Aided Drawing (CAD):
Drawing for Manufacturing.
3-D Drawing & Manufacturing.
First Impression - Problem-Solving.
High School Diploma:
Self-paced - Classroom & work
from home - Basic skills.
English As Second Language:
Beginning - Intermedi-
ate - Advanced.
Business/Office Technician - Ad-
ministrative Assistant - Bookkeeping / Account Clerk - De-
partment/Office Manager - Customer Service - Front-line
Supervisor - Maintenance/Repair Technician - SOLID-
WORKS Technician - IT Software Technician.
*LASCC class completion certificates.
Free onsite registration
320 North J Street. Lompoc, CA. 93436
with several million dollars for new adult education region-
al consortia across the state. Lompoc Adult School began
receiving State “Adult Education Block Grant - AEBG”
funding to rebuild its program with an employment and
Career Technical Education focus, still offering diploma
and ESL courses.
The School has been renamed
Lompoc Adult School & Career Center”.
by Shianne Motter
Lompoc Family YMCA held
Welcoming Week 2019
Celebrating and building community
he YMCA believes communities are stronger to-
gether, when everyone feels welcome. As part of a
national initiative Welcoming America, the Lompoc
Family YMCA celebrated Welcoming Week September 13
Welcoming Week is a chance for neighbors- both im-
migrants and U.S.-born residents to gather, unite, and get
to know one another. The Lompoc Y hosted Zumba class-
es, workshops from Mahakankala Meditation Center, and
community resources from LGBTQ Alliance, voter regis-
tration, and March for our Lives.
The Lompoc Family YMCA was proud to be a part of
the national Welcoming Week, which takes place each year
in September, celebrating the growing movement of people
that fully embrace new Americans and their contributions
to the social fabric of the country.
About the Channel Islands YMCA
Established in 1887, the Channel Islands YMCA is a
charitable organization of seven YMCA branches serving
Santa Barbara and Ventura counties including: Camarillo
Family YMCA, Lompoc Family YMCA, Montecito Fami-
ly YMCA, Santa Barbara Family YMCA, Stuart C. Gildred
Family YMCA in Santa Ynez, Ventura Family YMCA, and
Youth and Family Services YMCA which operates Noah’s
Anchorage Youth Crisis Shelter, the St. George Family
Youth Center and My Home.
The Y is the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to
strengthening communities through youth development,
healthy living and social responsibility. The Channel Is-
lands YMCA serves over 46,000 individuals and provides
over $1.3 million in financial assistance to families in need
for child care, YMCA memberships, away and day camps,
youth sports, and teen after-school programs.