The Solano Adult Education Consortium (SAEC) is a partnership among adult education providers and other community organizations in Solano County that gives adults opportunities to learn basic skills and obtain certificates to successfully transition into a career or post-secondary education.
2020-21 Board members:
Benicia Adult School -
June Regis, Child Development and Adult Education Director
Alternate: Erica Dudley
Fairfield-Suisun Adult School - Elizabeth Kolakoski, Principal
Alternate: Arron DeGracia
Solano Community College -
Lisa Neeley, Dean, Applied Technology & Business
Alternate: Sandy Lamba
Solano County Office of Education -
Siobhan Dill, Executive Director, Specialized Services
Alternate: Susan Labrecque
Muzetta Thrower Adult Education Center (Vacaville) - Tiffany Donahue, Principal
Alternate: Ed Santopadre
Vallejo Regional Education Center-
Laura Dutch, Principal
Alternate: Dante Lapez
2020-21 Consortium manager:
Kirsten White, Resource Development Associates
Our member schools provide:
Community Interest Classes,
English as a Second Language (ESL) Courses,
High School Completion Options,
Programs for Adults with Disabilities
SAEC is funded through the Adult Education Block Grant (AEBG), Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Title II: dult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA)*, and other supplemental funding sources.
*Enrollment, eligibility, and participation in WIOA, Title II: AEFLA programs do not depend on a participant’s consent to share personal information. Declining the request to provide and share personal information shall not affect enrollment and eligibility for services.
The SAEC is committed to providing information through its website to all members of the public. SAEC is committed to designing products and services to comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. We occasionally rely on third-party content and have no control over the accessibility of that content. While SAEC strives to ensure that content is accessible, there may be occasions where third party content that is not directly related to programs, activities, or operations may not be.
Please contact us if you have trouble accessing any of our website content and/or related third party content and we will provide you with alternative versions of the content.
Please help us respond to you in the most beneficial way by indicating the nature of your accessibility problem, the preferred format(s) in which you want to receive the material, and your contact information.
Given restrictions in place to limit the spread of COVID-19, all of our education providers are offering remote learning options. Details can be found on each school's website.