Continuing Education Courses Spring 2013
Jefferson College Hillsboro Location

Course Title
Subject Code
Course No.
Sec
CRN
Sessions
Days
Time
Campus
Instructor
Fees
AGRICULTURE
Wildflowers & Ornamental Grass - Steve Ostdiek, Master Gardener will give an introduction to the beauty, reliability, and vitality of our Missouri native wildflowers and grasses. Native plants build up the quality of your soil and promote beneficial insects such as pollinators and butterflies. Tried and true varieties of our Missouri natives will be highlighted and discussed. 1.5 Contact Hours .15 CEU's NOTE: YOU MUST ENROLL IN THE LANDSCAPING COURSE TO QUALIFY FOR ENROLLMENT IN THIS FREE COURSE!
Wildflowers & Ornamental Grass
AGR
934
0
35265
SESSIONS: 1
WED, May 8
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$10
Flowering Plnts:Annual&Perenni - Cindy Gilberg of Shaw Nature Preserve will be the guest instructor for this class and she will share ideas in using Annuals to brighten the landscape with abundant and complimentary amounts of color or add interest to beds, borders, pots or containers. After this session, you will be able to properly select annuals for site and climatic conditions. Find out which annuals work best as cut flowers or work best in rock gardens, window boxes, or hanging baskets. Perennials are a large group of garden plants with roots that persist from year to year. Stems and leaves of some may remain, but in most, the tops die back to the soil each winter. How, where, and when to plant as well as how to maintain perennials will be explored. 3 Contact Hours .3 CEU's
Flowering Plnts:Annual&Perenni
AGR
938
0
35260
SESSIONS: 1
WED, April 17
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Landscaping - Steve Kotteman, a Master Gardener will share his expertise during his topic "Home Landscaping, Maintenance and Design." Hardscape - retaining walls, stone work, water ponds, and walkways will be discussed. Success with softscape which includes soil, plantings (sun or shade) and watering requirements will be covered as well. Learn the basics of planning and executing your home landscape. 1.5 Contact Hours .15 CEU's NOTE: Enrolling for this class qualifies the student for automatic enrollment in the "Wild Flowers and Ornamental Grass" course which immediately follows.
Landscaping
AGR
939
0
35264
SESSIONS: 1
WED, May 8
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$10
Container Garden & Worm Farm - Have you envied your neighbor's beautiful containers, overflowing with perfectly coordinated, healthy, ever-blooming flowers? Learn the basics from Bunnie Gronborg of the Jefferson County Master Gardeners and discover how to achieve striking effects. Truthfully, you CAN have a beautiful container garden in sun or shade. The class will include potting basics, and a demonstration. Also this session, Kara Dunnam of Jefferson County Recycling will discuss vermin-composting. Vermi is the Latin word for worm. Worms produce castings, which are the world's most nutrient-rich soil. Worms are easy to take care of and are an excellent way to recycle your kitchen food scraps. Learn how indoor worm bins can turn your garbage into "black gold" 3 Contact Hours .3 CEU's
Container Garden & Worm Farm
AGR
940
0
35261
SESSIONS: 1
WED, April 24
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$10
Worm Gardening - This course is part of the Missouri Master Gardener Program, offered in partnership with the University of Missouri Extension. Raising worms for worm tea and profit. Also covered during this session will be "tree pruning" by Mel Melson, Master Gardener, Jefferson County.
Worm Gardening
AGR
949
0
35262
SESSIONS: 1
WED, April 24
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$10
Soil Science - Soil forms through a complex interaction of many factors. These processes can be grouped into five forming factors: Parent Material, Climate, Biota, Topography, and Time. Scott Killpack, University of Missouri Specialist will explain how these factors have affected your area and can impact your landscaping plans. 3 Contact Hours .3 CEU's
Soil Science
AGR
950
0
35263
SESSIONS: 1
WED, May 1
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Growing Vegetables - Mary Wilson, Parkland Master Gardener will provide extensive information about growing vegetables in Missouri's ever changing weather conditions. Mary will share her personal best vegetable choices as well as the concept of companion planting, use of alternative methods and organic pest controls. Mary will also offer tips on canning and preserving. 3 Contact Hours .3 CEU's
Growing Vegetables
AGR
961
0
35259
SESSIONS: 1
WED, April 10
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
ART
Basic Editing of Digital Photo - This hands-on workshop will teach you how to get those pictures out of your camera and onto your computer, ready for printing and sharing. Learn the basics of resizing and cropping photos, as well as renaming photos and storing them on your computer. Bring your camera and/or the card from your camera. An illustrated lab guide and resource books are provided so you can do it easily at home on your own after the workshop. Participants will also receive a flashdrive with a free photo editing program. 2.0 Contact Hours .2 CEU's
Basic Editing of Digital Photo
ART
988
0
35338
SESSIONS: 1
MON, February 4
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Library, Room 100
Betty Dye
$0
Basic Editing of Digital Photo
ART
988
4
35533
SESSIONS: 1
MON, April 8
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Technology Center, Room 109
Betty Dye
$0
COMPUTER
Microsoft PowerPoint Basics - Design simple presentations using state-of-the-art text and graphic tools. In this course, participants will explore the PowerPoint environment, examine different presentation views, create presentation text using the "outline mode", add and manipulate pictures, shapes and Smart Art objects, run and save a presentation for various purposes. 2.0 Contact Hours .2 CEU's
Microsoft PowerPoint Basics
COM
905
0
35391
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, April 23
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Library, Room 100
Allan Wamsley
$0
Introduction To Computers - Discover how easy it is to use an IBM or IBM compatible computer. Step-by-step instructions will help you complete simple projects. This course will be taught on an IBM/PC compatible computer; for maximum benefit, students should have personal access to one. Book is included within this fee.
Introduction To Computers
COM
907
0
35409
SESSIONS: 4
WED, March 27 - April 17
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 136
Teresa Dorlac
$119
Microsoft Excel Basics - This course is designed for users with minimal speadsheet construction experience. The following topics will be covered: navigate with Excel, create a basic spreadsheet, move, copy, and edit cells and apply basic mathematical functions to spreadsheet data. 2.0 Contact Hours .2 CEU's
Microsoft Excel Basics
COM
909
0
35395
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, February 5
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Technology Center, Room 111
Allan Wamsley
$0
Microsoft Excel Basics
COM
909
5
35531
SESSIONS: 1
THU, April 25
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Technology Center, Room 109
Allan Wamsley
$0
Buying a Computer - It's a new year and perhaps getting a new computer is among your resolutions; but understanding terms and computer specs can be very confusing. This two-hour course will get you better prepared, as you put your "want list" together and get ready to shop. Topics to be covered include: RAM, processor speed, hard drive, operating systems, Anti-Virus Software, wireless capabilities, and much, much more! 2.0 Contact Hours .2 CEUs
Buying a Computer
COM
922
1
35446
SESSIONS: 1
MON, February 11
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Library, Room 100
Betty Dye
$0
Intermediate Microsoft Word - Work with styles and templates, develop multi-page documents, and integrate Word with other applications. Explore advanced graphics, build forms, work with charts and diagrams, and customize Word with macros. Through a series of tutorials, you will learn techniques that can be applied to any business environment. For maximum benefit, you should have personal access to a computer running Windows/XP or Vista with Word 2007.
Intermediate Microsoft Word
COM
962
0
35403
SESSIONS: 5
TUE, March 26 - April 23
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 136
Teresa Dorlac
$119
Intermediate Microsoft Excel - Analyze list data, enhance charts and worksheets, use analysis tools, and analyze data with pivot tables. Exchange data with other programs, customize Excel and learn advanced worksheet management. Through a series of tutorials, you will practice techniques that can be applied to any business environment. For maximum benefit, you should have personal access to a computer, running Windows XP or 7 with Excel 2010. Book is included in course fee.
Intermediate Microsoft Excel
COM
964
0
35408
SESSIONS: 5
THU, March 28 - April 25
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 142
Teresa Dorlac
$119
Intro to Online Research - This course will introduce participants to the process of using specific search techniques and recommended websites to find better information online. Participants will learn about evaluating information for accuracy and authority and discover web and library resources available for specific information needs. Attendees will be introduced to online research skills that serve as the foundation of lifelong learning in the digital age.
Intro to Online Research
CMP
979
1
35343
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, April 2
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Library, Room 100
Lisa Pritchard
$0
Basic Internet Skills - This course will cover a number of topics. Learn how to use email, use a search engine, make hotlink connections, learn discussion group basics, and how to cut and paste between word processing software, email, and the web.
Basic Internet Skills
CMP
980
4
35348
SESSIONS: 1
THU, March 7
6:30 pm - 8:15 pm
Library, Room 100
Donald LaPlante
$0
Promoting Y Bus O T Internet - Many entrepreneurs lack the skills to use the internet to gain customers and increase sales. This class will teach you the skills necessary to have that competitive edge.
Promoting Y Bus O T Internet
CMP
981
3
35351
SESSIONS: 1
WED, April 3
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Library, Room 100
Vickie Morgan
$0
Keeping Your Computer Safe - Learn how to recognize security threats, distinguish internet hazards, and generally protect computers while using the internet. Topics will include Malware, pop-ups, antivirus software, anti-malware software, using the internet wisely, best email practices, software updates and backup of critical data.
Keeping Your Computer Safe
CMP
982
3
35365
SESSIONS: 1
MON, March 11
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Library, Room 100
John Linhorst
$0
Find a Job Using the Internet - The internet plays a very important role in today's job search. Learn how to use the internet to find labor market information, research companies, and find job postings. You must have basic computer skills and know how to use a mouse to take part in this seminar.
Find a Job Using the Internet
CMP
983
1
35370
SESSIONS: 1
WED, March 13
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Library, Room 100
Stacey Wilson
$0
Internet Video Conferencing - Examine a variety of audio, video, and internet technologies for one way and two way delivery needs.
Internet Video Conferencing
CMP
985
1
35376
SESSIONS: 1
THU, March 28
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Library, Room 100
Christopher DeGeare
$0
Word 2010-Beginning - Learn the basics of Word 2010. Through a series of problem-solving tutorials, you will learn how easy it is to create documents, headers, footers, columns, tables, and much more. This course will be taught on an IBM/PC compatible computer; for maximum benefit, students should have personal access to one. Book is included within this fee.
Word 2010-Beginning
COM
986
0
35404
SESSIONS: 5
TUE, February 5 - March 5
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 136
Teresa Dorlac
$119
Basic Computer Skills - This course will cover the basic skills required for anyone to be able to use a personal computer.
Basic Computer Skills
CMP
986
2
35379
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, February 19
6:30 pm - 8:15 pm
Library, Room 100
Karen Hester
$0
Identify&Select Broadband ISP - There are many ways one can gain access to a fast Internet connection. Not all technologies are well known. This course will discuss the basics of different local options and list advantages and disadvantages of each. It will provide a list of local broadband providers and help you measure the speed of your current internet connection.
Identify&Select Broadband ISP
CMP
987
1
35353
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, March 12
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Library, Room 100
Allan Wamsley
$0
Excel 2010-Beginning - Learn all the basics of using Excel 2010. You will learn the parts of a spreadsheet, how to enter information, create formulas, format data for attractive presentation, and create charts. A brief introduction to Windows will also be given. This course will be taught on an IBM/PC compatible computer; for maximum benefit, students should have personal access to one. Book is included within this fee.
Excel 2010-Beginning
COM
988
0
35407
SESSIONS: 5
THU, February 7 - March 7
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 136
Teresa Dorlac
$119
An Intro to Online Courses - Online courses have been growing in popularity for over a decade and are becoming very commonplace. They help students participate in college, who otherwise might not be able, due to personal schedule or location. This class will discuss the basic components of online courses. It will give students an opportunity to view some real course examples. Students will also be given an opportunity to take an online readiness indicator to help determine if they might be a good candidate for online courses.
An Intro to Online Courses
CMP
988
0
35354
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, February 26
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Library, Room 100
Allan Wamsley
$0
Intro Soc Netwk, Blogs&Wikis - This course is an introduction to information sharing on the World Wide Web (www), with emphasis on interaction and collaboration through social networking websites. Topics covered will include: Internet Terminology, Blogs and Wikis, and an Introduction to Social Networking with Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and other social networking websites. 1.5 Contact Hours .15 CEU's
Intro Soc Netwk, Blogs&Wikis
CMP
989
1
35384
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, April 9
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Library, Room 100
Paula Martin
$0
Microsoft Word Basics - This class will introduce participants to the basics of word processing, using Microsoft Word. It will teach students how to create and save documents. It will introduce word processing basics through hands-on activities. Topics to be included are:inserting and modifying text, margins, indents, line spacing, fonts and font sizes; the elements of the Word window, headers/footers, and automatic page numbering.
Microsoft Word Basics
CMP
993
1
35386
SESSIONS: 1
THU, January 31
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Library, Room 100
Allan Wamsley
$0
E-Mail Basics - This short course will introduce participants to the use of Internet e-mail. It will provide hands-on opportunities to create a free e-mail account and show how to send and receive e-mail. Common tips and best practices will be discussed.
E-Mail Basics
CMP
994
1
35357
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, February 12
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Library, Room 100
Allan Wamsley
$0
DANCE
Tap - Adult-Beginner - It's time, to tap your way into fitness. All levels of ability are welcome, guaranteed fun for adults of all ages!
Tap - Adult-Beginner
DAN
918
0
35290
SESSIONS: 7
THU, January 10 - February 28
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Tap - Adult-Beginner
DAN
918
1
35291
SESSIONS: 7
THU, March 7 - April 25
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Tap-Adult-Intermediate - Tap Adult Intermediate. Students may enroll in this class with instructor's permission.
Tap-Adult-Intermediate
DAN
919
0
35292
SESSIONS: 7
THU, January 10 - February 28
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Tap-Adult-Intermediate
DAN
919
1
35293
SESSIONS: 7
THU, March 7 - April 25
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Teen/Adult Advanced Tap - This is an advanced tap course for students who are teenaged to adult, with prior dance experience and/ or instructor permission. 7.0 Contact Hours .7 CEU's
Teen/Adult Advanced Tap
DAN
924
0
35294
SESSIONS: 7
TUE, January 8 - February 26
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Teen/Adult Advanced Tap
DAN
924
1
35295
SESSIONS: 7
TUE, March 5 - April 23
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
GUIDANCE
PV-CompTIA:Network+(N10-005) - CompTIA Network+ validates the knowledge and skills of networking professionals. It is an international, vendor- neutral certification that recognizes a technician's ability to describe the features and functions of networking components and to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate and configure basic network infrastructure. Although not a prerequisite, it is recommended that CompTIA Network+ candidates have at least 9 months of experience in network support or administration or adequate academic training, along with a CompTIA A+ certification. This is an online exam, offered through the Pearson VUE online test vendor, in cooperation with the Jefferson College Assessment Center. Fees for this exam are paid directly to the Pearson VUE online test vendor. 2.25 Contact Hours NO CEU's
PV-CompTIA:Network+(N10-005)
GDN
947
0
35578
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, January 2 - May 31
11:45 am - 2:00 pm
Library, Online Testing Center
STAFF
$0
PV:CompTIA A+ (220-801) Exam - In order to receive CompTIA A+ certification, a candidate must pass two exams. The first exam is CompTIA A+ 220-801 Certification Exam. The CompTIA A+ 220-801 examination measures necessary competencies for an entry-level IT professional with the equivalent knowledge of at least 12 months of hands-on experience in the lab or field. Successful candidates will have the knowledge required to asseemble components based on customer requirements, install, configure and maintain devices, PCs and software for end users, understand the basics of networking and security/forensics, properly and safely diagnose, resolve and document common hardware and software issues while applying troubleshooting skills. Successful candidates will also provide appropriate customer support; understand the basics of virtualization, desktop imaging, and deployment. This exam is offered through the PearsonVUE Online Testing Center in cooperation with the Jefferson College Assessment Center. 2.25 Contact Hours NO CEUs
PV:CompTIA A+ (220-801) Exam
GD3
949
0
35576
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, January 2 - May 31
9:00 am - 11:15 am
Library, Online Testing Center
STAFF
$0
PV:CompTIA A+ 220-802 - In order to receive CompTIA A+ certification, a candidate must pass two exams. The first exam is the the CompTIA A+ 220-801 Certification Exam. The CompTIA A+ 220-802 is the second exam required in order for CompTIA A+ certification candidates to complete their certification. The CompTIA A+ 220-802 examination measures necessary competencies for an entry-level IT professional with the equivalent knowledge of at least 12 months of hands-on experience in the lab or field. Successful candidates will have the knowledge required to assemble components based on customer requirements, install, configure and maintain devices, PCs and software for end-users, understand the basics of networking and security/forensics, properly and safely diagnose, resolve and document common hardware and software issues while applying troubleshooting skills. Successful candidates will also provide appropriate customer support; understand the basics of virtualization, desktop imaging, and deployment. This exam is offered through the PearsonVUE Online Testing Center in cooperation with the Jefferson College Assessment Center. 2.25 Contact Hours NO CEUs
PV:CompTIA A+ 220-802
GD3
950
0
35577
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, January 2 - May 31
11:30 am - 1:45 pm
Library, Online Testing Center
STAFF
$0
Retirement Planning Today - Learn how to avoid the 10 biggest retirement planning mistakes! Whether your objective is to build a nest egg, protect your assets, or preserve your lifestyle throughout retirement, this course will help you to plan your future with confidence, and includes a 226-page illustrated textbook.
Retirement Planning Today
GUI
998
4
35583
SESSIONS: 2
THU, May 9 - May 16
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Arts & Sciences I, Little Theater Lecture Hall 3
Ted Chibnall
$49
Retirement Planning Today (F)
GUI
998
5
35584
SESSIONS: 2
THU, May 9 - May 16
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Arts & Sciences I, Little Theater Lecture Hall 3
Ted Chibnall
$0
Retirement Planning Today
GUI
998
6
35585
SESSIONS: 2
TUE, May 14,
TUE, May 21
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm,
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Arts & Sciences I, Lecture Hall I
Arts & Sciences I, Little Theater Lecture Hall 3
Ted Chibnall
$49
Retirement Planning Today (F)
GUI
998
7
35586
SESSIONS: 2
TUE, May 14,
TUE, May 21
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm,
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Arts & Sciences I, Lecture Hall I
Arts & Sciences I, Little Theater Lecture Hall 3
Ted Chibnall
$0
LANGUAGE
American Sign Language I - Signing can help you to communicate with deaf family and friends. Learn how to use your hands and fingers to speak volumes.
American Sign Language I
LAN
904
0
35461
SESSIONS: 8
TUE, February 12 - April 9
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Arts & Sciences II, classroom
Susie Ehlen
$149
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
MetCon:Basic Mechanical - This is a customized training Basic Mechanical course, designed for Metal Container Corporation; for the training of new hires for the position of Maintainer. Fees for this course are contract-negotiated with the Metal Container Corporation. 18 Contact Hours 1.8 CEUs
MetCon:Basic Mechanical
PD3
900
70
35476
SESSIONS: 4
TUE,WED,THU,FRI, January 8 - January 11
7:00 am - 11:30 am
Technology Center, Room 104
Michael McKinney
$0
MetCon:Basic Mechanical
PD3
900
71
35477
SESSIONS: 4
MON,WED,FRI,SAT, January 14 - January 19
7:00 am - 11:30 am
Technology Center, Room 104
Michael McKinney
$0
Drinking Water Operator Progra - Drinking Water Operator Program. If you are a certified drinking water operator, you can receive renewal training credit from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for attending this program. This course is offered in cooperation with the Missouri Water and Wastewater Conference.
Drinking Water Operator Progra
PRO
902
0
35443
SESSIONS: 1
WED, February 6
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
Sandi Miller
$75
Wastewater Operator Program - If you are a certified wastewater operator, you can receive renewal training credit from the Department of Natural Resources for attending this program. This course is offered in cooperation with the Missouri Water and Wastewater Conference.
Wastewater Operator Program
PRO
908
0
35444
SESSIONS: 1
WED, April 3
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
Sandi Miller
$75
Respiratory Symposium - Symposium will feature morning and afternoon classes regarding humidification, ventilator modes, therapeutics and more. A Continental Breakfast and lunch is included. The program will offer 5 pre-approved Professional CEUs, with certificates of completion to be handed out after the class. 7 Contact Hours .7 CEUs
Respiratory Symposium
PD3
915
0
35537
SESSIONS: 1
WED, May 22
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Student Center, Viking Room Annex
Student Center, Viking Room
Norma Cooper
$30
Basic Sanitation - This course will provide basic sanitation information for all food handlers. Anyone preparing, serving, transporting, warehousing, stocking, or handling food in any manner should complete this course. After successful completion, participants will be given a certificate of completion good for three years. This course is taught by Jefferson County Health Department staff, and meets the Jefferson County Food Service Sanitation Order requirements for food establishment employees.
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
0
35432
SESSIONS: 1
THU, January 10
9:00 am - 11:30 am
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
1
35433
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, January 29
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
2
35434
SESSIONS: 1
THU, February 7
9:00 am - 11:30 am
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
3
35435
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, February 26
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
4
35436
SESSIONS: 1
THU, March 7
9:00 am - 11:30 am
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 132
STAFF
$20
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
5
35437
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, March 26
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
6
35438
SESSIONS: 1
THU, April 11
9:00 am - 11:30 am
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
7
35439
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, April 30
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
8
35440
SESSIONS: 1
THU, May 9
9:00 am - 11:30 am
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
Basic Sanitation
PRO
945
9
35441
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, May 28
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$20
ServSafe Cert For Mgrs - This certification course is in the ServSafe program format which has become the industry standard in food-safety training and is accepted in most jurisdictions that require employee certification. The ServSafe program provides accurate, up-to-date information for all levels of employees on all aspects of handling food, from receiving and storing, to preparing and serving. Participants will learn science- based information on operating a safe food establishment; something all employees and operators need to know in order to be a part of a food-safety team. Upon successful completion of this course, the resulting certification is good for a period of five years. This course is taught by Jefferson County Health Department staff, and meets the Jefferson County Food Service Sanitation Order requirement for managers or operators of food establishments. NOTE: This fee does not include book.
ServSafe Cert For Mgrs
PRO
946
0
35158
SESSIONS: 2
TUE, January 15 - January 22
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$120
ServSafe Cert For Mgrs
PRO
946
1
35159
SESSIONS: 2
TUE, March 12 - March 19
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$120
ServSafe Cert For Mgrs
PRO
946
2
35160
SESSIONS: 2
TUE, May 7 - May 14
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Student Center, Viking Room
STAFF
$120
BLS:For Healthcare Providers - This course is designed for healthcare professionals who need to know how to perform CPR as well as other lifesaving skills, in a variety of in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings. Each participant must obtain an 84 percent or higher on the written evaluation and demonstrate proficiency in all CPR skills. Skills include one rescuer adult/child/ infant CPR AED, two rescuer adult/child/infant CPR AED, bag-mask techniques for adult/child/infant, rescue breathing for adult/child/infant, and relief of choking adult/child/ infant. Written and practical skills (hands-on mannequin simulation) evaluation and testing are required for course completion. Upon successful completion, participants will receive a BLS for Healthcare Provider course completion card valid for 2 years. BLS (Basic Life Support) Healthcare Provider book is included in the cost of the course. 5.0 Contact Hours .5 CEUs
BLS:For Healthcare Providers
PD2
998
0
35453
SESSIONS: 1
FRI, February 15
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 174
STAFF
$79
BLS:For Healthcare Providers
PD2
998
1
35454
SESSIONS: 1
FRI, March 8
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 174
STAFF
$79
BLS:For Healthcare Providers
PD2
998
2
35455
SESSIONS: 1
FRI, April 12
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 174
STAFF
$79
BLS:For Healthcare Providers
PD2
998
3
35456
SESSIONS: 1
SAT, April 27
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 174
STAFF
$79
BLS:For Healthcare Providers
PD2
998
4
35457
SESSIONS: 1
WED, May 8
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 174
STAFF
$79
BLS:For Healthcare Providers
PD2
998
5
35458
SESSIONS: 1
TUE, May 14
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Career Technical Ed Bldg, Room 174
STAFF
$79
RECREATION
Scuba Introduction - If you've always wanted to know about Scuba diving and didn't know who to ask, then this orientation is for you. You will be introduced to scuba diving in a highly supervised and relaxed manner. Find out first-hand what's involved in this fun and exciting recreational activity. All equipment will be provided, but students will need to bring a swimsuit and towel. Participation requirements: All participants must have the required documentation completed prior to any in-water activities: Liability release and assumption of risk agreement.
Scuba Introduction
RCR
904
0
35603
SESSIONS: 1
WED, March 27
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Mike Ginger
$25
Hunter Education - This course includes firearm safety and your role as a hunter in conservation. Hunter ethics, responsibilities, and preparedness will also be addressed. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a lifetime Hunter Education Certification card from the Missouri Department of Conservation. This course is offered in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Conservation. IMPORTANT: YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER FOR THE FIRST SESSION IS A MUST. IF YOU ARE BETWEEN 11 AND 16 YEARS OF AGE, YOU MUST HAVE A COPY OF YOUR BIRTH CERTIFICATE AND BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PAID ADULT.
Hunter Education
REC
909
0
35399
SESSIONS: 3
TUE,THU, April 9 - April 11,
SAT, April 13
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm,
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Arts & Sciences I, Little Theatre
Jeff Grossbauer
$5
Judo - Balance, leverage, throws, and momentum, are a few of the techniques you will learn in competitive and self-defense Judo skills. NOTE: Information about a uniform required for this course will be provided during the first session.
Judo
REC
911
0
35315
SESSIONS: 12
MON, January 28 - April 29
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Field House, Room 203
Mike Dickerson
$99
Judo
REC
911
1
35317
SESSIONS: 12
SAT, February 2 - May 11
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Field House, Room 203
Mike Dickerson
$99
Motorcycle-Beginner - The goal is to increase skill level and knowledge in an attempt to produce a safe and conscientious cyclist. Successful completion of this course waives the on-bike portion of the Missouri State test for motorcycle endorsement on the driver's license. Motorcycles are furnished. Students may cancel registration, but must give at least 48 hours notice, prior to the course starting time. This course is sponsored in cooperation with the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
Motorcycle-Beginner
REC
913
2
35414
SESSIONS: 2
SAT,SUN, April 13 - April 14
7:30 am - 7:30 pm
Fine Arts, Room 3C
Parking Lot, Yellow Parking Lot
Ed Clay
$215
Motorcycle-Beginner
REC
913
5
35417
SESSIONS: 2
SAT,SUN, May 4 - May 5
7:30 am - 7:30 pm
Fine Arts, Room 3C
Parking Lot, Yellow Parking Lot
Ed Clay
$215
Tae Kwon Do - Improve coordination, attention span, and gain personal discipline in a fun atmosphere. Learn Tae Kwon Do in a safe, controlled, family-oriented environment. NOTE: Information about a uniform required for this course will be provided during the first session.
Tae Kwon Do
REC
919
5
35327
SESSIONS: 12
THU, January 31 - April 25
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Field House, Room 203
Bart Pinckard
$99
Tae Kwon Do
REC
919
6
35330
SESSIONS: 12
SAT, February 2 - May 11
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Field House, Room 203
Bart Pinckard
$99
Weight Training I - Weight Training I deals with the instruction and techniques required for proper life-long fitness through weight equipment. NOTE: Late enrollment in this course is allowed.
Weight Training I
REC
982
0
35303
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
8:00 am - 8:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Sam Carel
$95
Weight Training I
REC
982
1
35304
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
9:00 am - 9:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Sam Carel
$95
Weight Training I
REC
982
2
35305
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
10:00 am - 10:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Sam Carel
$95
Weight Training I
REC
982
3
35306
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
11:00 am - 11:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Sam Carel
$95
Weight Training I
REC
982
4
35307
SESSIONS: 30
TUE,THU, January 15 - May 7
8:00 am - 8:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Patrick Evers
$95
Weight Training I
REC
982
5
35308
SESSIONS: 30
TUE,THU, January 15 - May 7
12:00 pm - 12:50 pm
Field House, Fitness Center
Aida Steiger
$95
Weight Training II - Weight Training II deals with advanced instruction and techniques that are required for proper life-long fitness, through weight training equipment. Review of the techniques and fundamental skills taught in Weight Training I will be stressed. NOTE: Late enrollment in this course is allowed.
Weight Training II
REC
983
0
35309
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
8:00 am - 8:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Sam Carel
$95
Weight Training II
REC
983
1
35310
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
9:00 am - 9:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Sam Carel
$95
Weight Training II
REC
983
2
35311
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
10:00 am - 10:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Sam Carel
$95
Weight Training II
REC
983
3
35312
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
11:00 am - 11:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Aida Steiger
$95
Weight Training II
REC
983
4
35313
SESSIONS: 30
TUE,THU, January 15 - May 7
8:00 am - 8:50 am
Field House, Fitness Center
Patrick Evers
$95
Weight Training II
REC
983
5
35314
SESSIONS: 30
TUE,THU, January 15 - May 7
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Field House, Fitness Center
Aida Steiger
$95
Volleyball I - Volleyball I reviews techniques, fundamental skills, and basic rules of the game through participation. NOTE: Late enrollment in this course is allowed.
Volleyball I
REC
984
0
35301
SESSIONS: 16
MON, January 14 - May 6
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Field House, Gym
Patrick Evers
$95
Volleyball II - Volleyball II reviews and refines fundamental skills and team strategy. Advanced individual and team skills and tactics are introduced. PREQUISITE: Volleyball I.
Volleyball II
REC
985
0
35302
SESSIONS: 16
MON, January 14 - May 6
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Field House, Gym
Patrick Evers
$95
Aerobics I - Aerobics I offers a figure-shaping fitness workout combining aerobic exercises with vigorous dance movements. NOTE: Late enrollment for this course is allowed.
Aerobics I
REC
986
0
35299
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
9:00 am - 9:50 am
Field House, Room 203
Aida Steiger
$95
Aerobics II - Aerobics II incorporates an advanced aerobic fitness and figure-shaping workout, using vigorous dance movements and body-toning exercises. NOTE: Prerequisite Aerobics I.
Aerobics II
REC
987
0
35300
SESSIONS: 30
MON,WED, January 14 - May 8
9:00 am - 9:50 am
Field House, Room 203
Aida Steiger
$90
SWIM
Lifeguard Training - Lifeguard Training deals with the development of the knowledge and skills necessary for saving a life in the event of an emergency.This course meets all of the requirements for the American Red Cross Lifeguard Certificate. PreRequisite: You must have intermediate level swimming skills AND the permission of the instructor to enroll. 27 Contact Hours 2.7 CEUs
Lifeguard Training
SWM
902
0
35548
SESSIONS: 6
MON,WED, May 13 - May 15,
MON,TUE,WED,THU, May 20 - May 23
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm,
4:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Christina Calentine
$299
Water Fitness - Water Fitness is a recreational conditioning program, designed as a means of attaining and/or maintaining physical fitness, through water activities. NO PREREQUISITE! NOTE: Late enrollment is allowed for this course. 26.67 Contact Hours 2.66 CEU's
Water Fitness
SWM
908
0
35297
SESSIONS: 32
MON,WED, January 14 - May 10
9:00 am - 9:50 am
Field House, Swimming Pool
Michelle Cobb
$95
Water Fitness
SWM
908
1
35298
SESSIONS: 32
TUE,THU, January 15 - May 7
6:00 pm - 6:50 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Michelle Cobb
$95
Water Fitness (SC)
SWM
908
2
35496
SESSIONS: 32
TUE,THU, January 15 - May 7
6:00 pm - 6:50 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Michelle Cobb
$3
Adult Beginning Swim - This class is designated for individuals who cannot swim, or who are fearful in the water. Water familiarization and basic swim mechanics are core instruction for this course.
Adult Beginning Swim
SWM
916
0
35521
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Michelle Cobb
$80
Water Fitness EXP - This is a Water Fitness course designed for those students who wish to take Water Fitness on a daily basis. The Water Fitness EXP (expanded sessions) will meet for a total of 62 sessions, instead of the standard 31 sessions. 62 Contact Hours 6.2 CEU's
Water Fitness EXP
SWM
918
0
35474
SESSIONS: 62
MON,WED, January 14 - May 7,
TUE,THU, January 14 - May 7
8:00 am - 8:50 am,
9:15 am - 10:05 am
Field House, Swimming Pool
Christina Calentine
$180
Water Fitness f Special Popul - This aquatics-based fitness class is designed for those with a variety of physical capabilities and is appropriate for those with conditions such as MS or ALS. This class is also appropriate for those who have a variety of orthopedic conditions. The class is taught in a fun yet private setting with a focus on flexibility and range of motion, cardiovascular strength and endurance as well as core strength.
Water Fitness f Special Popul
SWM
919
0
35296
SESSIONS: 31
MON,WED, January 14 - May 10
11:00 am - 11:50 am
Field House, Swimming Pool
Christina Calentine
$115
Water Fitness - 8 Week - This is a special 8-week session of Water Fitness.
Water Fitness - 8 Week
SWM
920
0
35524
SESSIONS: 30
MON,TUE,WED,THU, March 11 - May 7
8:00 am - 8:50 am
Field House, Swimming Pool
Christina Calentine
$90
DANCE
Dance-Beginning-Ages 3-5 - If you are a beginning dancer with little or no previous experience, you will be provided with combination tap and ballet basics.
Dance-Beginning-Ages 3-5
DAN
804
0
35272
SESSIONS: 7
MON, January 7 - February 25
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance Intermediate-Ages 8-10 - You may qualify to take this course by successfully completing Dance-Beginning, or instructor approval.
Dance Intermediate-Ages 8-10
DAN
807
0
35276
SESSIONS: 7
TUE, January 8 - February 26
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance Intermediate-Ages 8-10
DAN
807
1
35277
SESSIONS: 7
TUE, March 5 - April 23
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Tumbling-Beginning-Ages 4+ - In this self-paced course, you will learn elementary tumbling skills.
Tumbling-Beginning-Ages 4+
DAN
813
0
35278
SESSIONS: 7
MON, January 7 - February 25
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Tumbling-Beginning-Ages 4+
DAN
813
1
35279
SESSIONS: 7
MON, March 4 - April 22
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Intermed Tumb Ages 6+ - Advanced tumbling skills are featured to develop flexibility, balance, and coordination. Tumbling routines and combination are featured.
Intermed Tumb Ages 6+
DAN
822
0
35280
SESSIONS: 7
TUE, January 8 - February 25
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Field House, Room 203
Ann Gustafson
$39
Intermed Tumb Ages 6+
DAN
822
1
35281
SESSIONS: 7
TUE, March 5 - April 23
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Field House, Room 203
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance-Beginning II - Ages 4-7 - You may qualify to take this course with instructor approval.
Dance-Beginning II - Ages 4-7
DAN
845
0
35282
SESSIONS: 7
MON, January 7 - February 25
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance-Beginning II - Ages 4-7
DAN
845
1
35283
SESSIONS: 7
MON, March 4 - April 22
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance II - Ages 7-10 - This dance course is for children ages 7-10 who have had at least 1 year of dance experience or permission from the instructor. 7 Contact Hours .7 CEU's
Dance II - Ages 7-10
DAN
846
0
35284
SESSIONS: 7
THU, January 10 - February 28
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance II - Ages 7-10
DAN
846
1
35285
SESSIONS: 7
THU, March 7 - April 25
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance II - Ages 4-7 - This dance course is designed for students between the ages of 4-7, who have at least one year of dance experience, and/or instructor permission to enroll. 7 Contact Hours .7 CEU's
Dance II - Ages 4-7
DAN
847
0
35286
SESSIONS: 7
WED, January 9 - February 27
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance II - Ages 4-7
DAN
847
1
35287
SESSIONS: 7
WED, March 6 - April 24
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance - Beginning Ages 4-8 - If you are a beginning dancer between the ages of 5-8, you may register for this course. 7 Contact Hours .7 CEU's
Dance - Beginning Ages 4-8
DAN
848
0
35288
SESSIONS: 7
THU, January 10 - February 28
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
Dance - Beginning Ages 5-8
DAN
848
1
35289
SESSIONS: 7
THU, March 7 - April 25
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Field House, Room 206
Ann Gustafson
$39
MUSIC
JC Treble Singers Ages 8-12 - Membership in this ensemble will promote musical literacy, fluency and foster general musicianship. The ensemble will experience a viriety of choral literature which will encourage good singing techniques. Members will be encouraged to demonstrate responsibility, commitment and the ability to work with others. The ensemble will have several public performances. NOTE: Information about the choir shirt required for this course will provided during the first rehearsal.
JC Treble Singers Ages 8-12
MUS
806
0
35463
SESSIONS: 12
TUE, January 29 - April 23
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Fine Arts, Room 102D
Fine Arts, Room 100
STAFF
$50
RECREATION
Hunter Education-Ages 11-16 - This course includes firearm safety and your role as a hunter in conservation. Hunter ethics, responsibilities, and preparedness will also be addressed. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a lifetime Hunter Education Certification card from the Missouri Department of Conservation. This course is being offered in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Conservation. IMPORTANT: YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER FOR THE FIRST SESSION IS A MUST. IF YOU ARE BETWEEN 11 AND 16 YEARS OF AGE, YOU MUST HAVE A COPY OF YOUR BIRTH CERTIFICATE AND BE ACCOMPANIED BY A PAID ADULT.
Hunter Education-Ages 11-16
REC
801
0
35400
SESSIONS: 3
TUE,THU, April 9 - April 11,
SAT, April 13
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm,
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Arts & Sciences I, Little Theatre
Jeff Grossbauer
$5
Judo-Ages 8-16 - Judo throws, self-defense, and other skills such as balance, leverage, and momentum are a few of the techniques taught in this introduction martial arts class. NOTE: Information about a uniform required for this course will be provided during the first session.
Judo-Ages 8-16
REC
803
0
35316
SESSIONS: 12
MON, January 28 - April 29
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Field House, Room 203
Mike Dickerson
$99
Judo-Ages 8-16
REC
803
1
35318
SESSIONS: 12
SAT, February 2 - May 11
8:00 am - 10:00 am
Field House, Room 203
Mike Dickerson
$99
Tae Kwon Do-Ages 8-16 - Self-discipline and coordination help teens and preteens gain confidence. Tae Kwon Do (Korean Karate) is taught in a safe, controlled, family-oriented environment. NOTE: Information about a uniform required for this course will be provided during the first session.
Tae Kwon Do-Ages 8-16
REC
806
5
35326
SESSIONS: 12
THU, January 31 - April 25
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Field House, Room 203
Bart Pinckard
$99
Tae Kwon Do-Ages 8-16
REC
806
6
35329
SESSIONS: 12
SAT, February 2 - May 11
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Field House, Room 203
Bart Pinckard
$99
Tae Kwon Do-Ages 5-7 - Is your child one who watches TV martial arts characters and tries to do what they do or whose energy needs to be channeled into something useful? Tae Kwon Do classes, designed specifically for the younger student, focus on Tae Kwon Do techniques that improve coordination, attention span, and discipline in a fun atmosphere. The lead instructors are parents and black belts who are highly experienced in teaching martial arts for many years. NOTE: Information about a uniform required for this course will be provided during the first session.
Tae Kwon Do-Ages 5-7
REC
812
5
35325
SESSIONS: 12
THU, January 31 - April 25
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Field House, Room 203
Bart Pinckard
$49
Tae Kwon Do-Ages 5-7
REC
812
6
35328
SESSIONS: 12
SAT, February 2 - May 11
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Field House, Room 203
Bart Pinckard
$49
SWIM
PRE-SCHOOL Level I 6 Mo-18 Mo - Pre-School Level I, 6 Months-2 Years. A parent or guardian accompanies his/her child in the water as they participate in several guided practice sessions, that help children get introduced to water. Parents assist their child in water entry, bubble blowing, front-kicking, back-floating, underwater exploration, and more! This course is for non-swimmers and is offered in cooperation with the American Red Cross. NOTE: A bathing suit, T-shirt and rubber pants, OR "Little Swimmers" type disposable diapers should be worn by your child. NO regular disposable diapers, please!
PRE-SCHOOL Level I 6 Mo-18 Mo
SWM
812
0
35331
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
9:30 am - 10:00 am
Field House, Swimming Pool
Michelle Cobb
$44
PRE-SCHOOL Level II 18 Mo-3 Ye - Pre-School Level II, 18 Months-3 Years. Self-confidence and pride will abound, with your support and encouragement, as your child begins to depend less upon flotation aids. This is an important step as your child becomes more familiar with the water. This course is being offered in cooperation with the American Red Cross. NOTE: A bathing suit, T-shirt and rubber pants, OR "Little Swimmers" type disposable diapers should be worn by your child. NO regular disposable diapers, please! A parent or guardian accompanies his/her child in the water.
PRE-SCHOOL Level II 18 Mo-3 Ye
SWM
813
0
35332
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
9:30 am - 10:00 am
Field House, Swimming Pool
Michelle Cobb
$44
Swim: Level I - If you are a non-swimmer and at least five years old OR have passed Swim Level B and are at least four years old, you are eligible to take this course. Goals include: becoming familiar using a life jacket; opening eyes under water to pick up submerged objects; floating on front, and back, using arm and leg actions; recognizing a swimmer in distress, and getting help. This course is being offered in cooperation with the American Red Cross.
Swim: Level I
SWM
814
0
35334
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Michelle Cobb
$80
Swim: Level II - Treading water, the jelly fish float, front and back glide, bobbing in the water, and swimming using a combined stroke on front and back, are all part of the skills developed at this level. If you have completed Level I course objectives and/or can meet the requirements set by the American Red Cross, you may enroll in this course. This course is being offered in cooperation with the American Red Cross.
Swim: Level II
SWM
815
0
35335
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Heather Rost
$80
Swim: Level II (H)
SWM
815
1
35539
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Michelle Cobb
$80
Swim: Level III - Developing the butterfly kick, survival float, back float, front and back crawl are all goals at this particular level. Your child will also be introduced to rotary breathing, kneeling, standing dive, and reaching assist. If your child has completed Level II course objectives and/or can meet the requirements set by the American Red Cross, they may enroll in this course. This course is being offered in cooperation with the American Red Cross.
Swim: Level III
SWM
816
0
35336
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Heather Rost
$80
Swim: Level IV & V - Your child will improve and refine his/her skills with the elementary backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly stroke. Rescue breathing, survival swimming, safe diving rules, tuck surface dive and pike surface dive will all be covered. If you have completed Level III course objectives and/or can meet the requirements set by the American Red Cross, you may enroll in this course. This course is being offered in cooperation with the American Red Cross.
Swim: Level IV & V
SWM
817
0
35337
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Field House, Swimming Pool
Heather Rost
$80
PRE-SCHOOL Level III 4-5 Years - Emphasis on safety and independence in the water are among the cornerstones of this level. The child is no longer accompanied by a parent or guardian in the water as previously in Pre School Levels I and II. Students will improve their current skills as they prepare for Level I Learn to Swim.
PRE-SCHOOL Level III 4-5 Years
SWM
821
0
35333
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Field House, Swimming Pool
Heather Rost
$80
PRE-SCHOOL LVL III 4-5 Yrs (H)
SWM
821
1
35538
SESSIONS: 10
SAT, February 2 - April 27
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Field House, Swimming Pool
Michelle Cobb
$80