English as a Foreign Language

English as a Foreign Language is a class developed to educate non-English speaking students how to speak, read, and write English. EFL classes, with an approved curriculum, offer several levels of instruction including:

•Beginning ESL prepares students with basic skills of reading, writing, speaking, understanding and competency skills for English learners.

•At a basic skills level for Intermediate competency levels, this course is designed to help a student level gain with transition into postsecondary education, job skills, training, and life skills as goals.

•Advanced level students are transitioned into this course with instruction and focus on advanced skills in reading, writing, speaking, listening, employability, job training programs, post-secondary education, and citizenship.

Monmouth Office
105 North E St.
Monmouth IL 61462

(309) 734-6822

Galesburg Office
121 S. Prairie St.
Galesburg IL 61401

(309) 345-3828

​​​​​​Student & Family Services 

Regional Alternative Education Services  (RAES)                                       Adult Education Program (RAES)        English as a Foreign Language (EFL)    GED Preparation & Testing
Prenatal to Age 3
Early Learning Project                        
Family Literacy                                       21st Century Community Learning Center

Homeschool Information
Student Work Permits

​County Spelling Bees & Geography Bowl

Class Schedule

Morning        8:30am-11:30am         Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri
Afternoon     12:30pm-3:30pm         Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs
Evening        5pm-8pm                     Tues, Wed, Thurs


Instructor: Kang Hee 

Email: khong@roe33.net

Phone: 309-715-7308

Evening Instructor: Lisa Bourial

Email: lbourial@roe33.net