BOZEMAN SCHOOLS proudly presents . . .
ADULT COMMUNITY EDUCATION Willson School, 404 W. Main, Room 227 http://www.bsd7.org/teaching_and_learning/adulted
REGISTRATION PROCEDURES MONDAY, September 18 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 1. Willson School, Room 227 2. Online: www.bsd7.org/teaching_and_learning/adulted** 3. Phone: 522-6012 **online registration is available 24/7 after 9:00 a.m. on Sept. 18
TUESDAY through FRIDAY, September 19-22 1. Willson School, Room 227 2. Phone: 522-6012 walk-in and phone registration hours 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 3. Online: www.bsd7.org/teaching_and_learning/adulted PAYMENT DUE AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION Cash, Checks, MasterCard, Discover, or VISA accepted
√ Registrations accepted throughout the quarter for open classes (Sept. 25 - Nov. 17) Regular office hours resume Sept. 25, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (closed for lunch 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.)
Directions for classroom locations are listed on Page 3. Fall 2017 Catalog Volume 50/No.1 Computers/Language......................................................................................2 Special Interest/Outdoors/Home Improvement/Writing.............................3 Financial Planning/Art & Hobbies................................................................4 Art & Hobbies/Health & Wellness/Cooking & Nutrition............................5 Exercise & Movement..................................................................................... 6 Photography/Parent University..................................................................... 7 Important Notes/AE & ESL........................................................................... 8
WELCOME TO COMMUNITY EDUCATION! Put a little “class” in your night life! COMPUTERS COMPUTER USER FEE A $5.00 Nonrefundable User Fee for each computer class will be assessed to each student. COM-01
ACCOUNTING FOUNDATION WITH AN INTRO TO QUICKBOOKS Learning the basics of accounting is important for learning QuickBooks! In this course, you will learn QuickBooks behind the scenes and then you will be introduced to using QuickBooks to keep track of bills and expenses, inventory, and sales and income for a business. You will also learn how to create up-to-date financial reports. Instructor: Sue Schaible Begins: Monday, October 2 (6 weeks/2x week) Time: 6:00-8:30 pm, Mondays & Wednesdays Place: Willson School Room 226 Fee: $92.00 plus $5.00 user fee Material Fee: $1.00
COM-02 EASY EXCEL REPORTS Only basic knowledge of Excel is needed to use pivot tables and charts. Learn just how easy it is to create reports in Excel, using tables and charts, without knowing a lot of functions. Instructor: Sue Schaible Begins: Tuesday, October 17 (2 weeks) Time: 6:00-9:00 pm, Tuesdays Place: Willson School Room 226 Fee: $20.00 plus $5.00 user fee Material Fee: $1.00 COM-03 IPAD BASICS Learn to navigate on the iPad and use it for reminders, texting, emails, taking photographs and more! Instructor: Sue Schaible Begins: Tuesday, November7 (2 weeks) Time: 6:00-8:00 pm, Tuesdays Place: Willson School Room 226 Fee: $14.00 plus $5.00 user fee Material Fee: $1.00
NOT YOUR AVERAGE SIGN LANGUAGE CLASS LEVELS I, II, AND BEYOND Have you always wanted to learn sign language? Have you taken a sign class before but do not remember much? Do you want signing and receptive practice? Then this is the sign class for YOU! This is a fun class, taught by an experienced teacher, designed with much opportunity to practice fingerspelling, signing, and receptive skills! Emphasis will be on S.E.E. (Signing Exact English); comparing and contrasting ASL (American Sign Language). Sign up with a partner, if possible. Instructor: Linda Zupan Begins: Tuesday, September 26 (8 weeks) Time: 6:00-8:00 pm, Tuesdays Place: Bozeman High School Room C-6/8 Fee: $50.00 Material Fee: $4.00 LAN-02 BEGINNING SPANISH Get ready to acquire Spanish in a truly fun and engaging way! We will listen to cultural stories, music, and create our own stories. The language will come alive as we move, listen and comprehend! Please obtain a gmail email account prior to class. Documents will be shared online via Google Drive. ¡Gracias y hasta pronto! Instructor: Kristen Wolf Begins: Monday, September 25 (8 weeks) Time: 6:30-8:30 pm, Mondays Place: Bozeman High School Room N-115 Fee: $50.00 Material Fee: $2.00
COM-04 ADVANCED WORDPRESS It’s time you took your WordPress HOSTED SITE to the next level using some popular and functional plugins. Plugins, like “apps” for smartphones, expand functionality often for free or inexpensively. You can optiMUST BE AT LEAST 16 YEARS OLD TO REGISTER FOR AN mize your SEO, intregrate with your mail service, improve your security, ADULT EDUCATION CLASS! CHILDREN MAY NOT ATTEND EVEN and much more. We’ll explore the latest WordPress updates and discuss how you want your existing website to grow with your business needs. (NOTE: WITH PARENT(S) OR REGISTERED STUDENTS. Only applies to WordPress hosted sites, not WordPress.com or other platforms.) Instructor: Lynn Kinnaman Begins: Thursday, September 28 (5 weeks) Time: 6:00-7:30 pm, Thursdays Place: Willson School Room 228 Fee: $25.00 plus $5.00 user fee Instructor Fee: $5.00 paid to instructor at 1st class 2
SPI-01 UNDERSTANDING FOOTBALL FOR LADIES Are you tired of watching a football game with your special someone without understanding what’s going on and why? This one-night class will explain the different aspects of the game--offense, defense, punting, kickoffs, field goals, tackling, blocking, and referee signals. Won’t your special someone be surprised by your new understanding of football! Instructor: Jim Buonamici Begins: Thursday, September 28 (one night) Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Place: Willson School Commons Fee: $8.00 SPI-02 PACK LIGHT, PACK RIGHT Join Montana author and traveler Lauri Olsen as she demonstrates how to pack a carry-on bag that will get you through two weeks of travel without the expense of checked baggage or fear of losing luggage. Lauri shares checklists and tips on packing for your next trip, whether it’s for business or pleasure on domestic or international flights. Instructor: Lauri Olsen Begins: Wednesday, September 27 (one night) Time: 6:00-8:00 pm Place: Willson School Room 228 Fee: $8.00 Material Fee: $1.00
WRI-01 HOW TO PUBLISH YOUR BOOK Have you written a book? Do you dream of writing one but aren’t sure what your publishing options are? Do you know the difference between independent publishing, traditional publishing, and hybrid publishing? Figure out which might be right for you in this class. We’ll discuss the pros and cons of each option so you can make an informed choice. We’ll use a survey to determine what fits your needs, goals, and personality best and get concrete ideas for achieving publication. Instructor: Lynn Kinnaman Begins: Tuesday, October 3 (3 weeks) Time: 6:00-7:00 pm, Tuesdays Place: Bozeman High School Room C-9 Fee: $11.00 Instructor Fee: $5.00 paid to instructor at 1st class
Directions for Adult Ed classrooms
OUTDOORS OUT-01 SEASONALLY SAVVY BACKYARD BIRD FEEDING Migration, food preferences, and weather vary continuoulsy throughout the year: and these influence the bird activity at your feeder. Being “seasonally savvy” means you adjust your feeding program to match birds changing behavior. This two-day course will review the birds, the foods, the feeders, and the adjustments necessary to be “seasonally savvy” in your own backyard to enjoy the hobby of bird feeding all year long. Instructor: Debi Naccarto Begins: Wednesday, October 4 & Thursday, October 5 (two nights) Time: 6:30-8:30 pm, Wednesday & Thursday Place: Wild Birds Unlimited Store; 2047 W. Oak St., #105 (Same plaza as Buffalo Wild Wings) Fee: $14.00
Bozeman High School C-wing rooms - Park on 11th Avenue in the small lot across from Wendy’s; go in the gray doors (facing 11th Avenue) marked E1 located on southeast portion of the building; turn left at the first hallway until you come to the appropriate room. This wing is part of the old high school. N-114, 115, 117, 119 & 121 - On North 11th, park in the area between the tennis courts and the new part of the high school; use the glass doors marked N1 on the northeast section facing the parking lot. Rooms are in 1st or 2nd hall on right.
Willson School 217A, 217B, 226, 228, and the Commons - Please use the Main St. front door entrance; use the stairs on your right for room access or use the elevator to the left, then left down the hall once you are on the 2nd floor.
HIM-01 HOME REPAIR AND REMODELING Would you like to fix up your house for yourself or get it ready to sell? Perhaps the solution is a few simple upgrades. Learn tips you may not have considered from an experienced remodeler/builder. You’ll save money on your home repairs, or you may sell your home more profitably and sooner than you thought. Instructor: Roy French Begins: Tuesday, October 3 (one night) Time: 7:00-9:00 pm Place: Willson School Room 226 Fee: $8.00
122 - Please use the Main St. entrance; turn left and go 3/4 way to the end of the hall. Room will be on your right.
Whittier Elementary School Whittier Elementary School is on the corner of 5th Ave. and Peach (with front door facing 5th Ave.) Enter front door, gym will be to the left and across the lobby.
FINANCIAL PLANNING FIN-01 ESTATE PLANNING 101 What’s going on with the Federal Estate Tax? With or without an estate tax, people keep dying! This class covers the nuts and bolts as to your options for planning your estate, including Wills, Powers of Attorney, Health Care Directives, Probate, and non-probate transfers, such as Living Trusts, Insurance, Beneficiary Designations on bank and stock accounts, and Beneficiary Deeds on real estate. Instructor: Brian Close Begins: Monday, October 2 (2 weeks) Time: 6:00-8:00 pm, Mondays Place: Willson School Room 217B Fee: $14.00 Material Fee: $1.00 FIN-02
LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW! Sadly, over 70% of us will lose the ability to care for ourselves in the future. Thus, we will require long term care, often for years. This can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and can wipe out your retirement. The class is about the type of insurance you can own that will pay for these costs. We will visit about what this type of insurance covers and how to protect yourself from paying more than you need to for coverage, due to greedy agents. Instructor: Wendy Lessley Begins: Tuesday, October 17 (one night) Time: 5:30-7:00 pm Place: Willson School Commons Fee: $8.00 Material Fee: $2.00
HOB-01 BEGINNING CROCHET Through the completion of three simple kitchen projects (dish cloth, pot handle cover, trivet) the student will learn all the basic crochet stitches, including chain, slip stitch, single, half-double, and treble. Increasing, decreasing, and crocheting in the round will be taught. The mysteries of the yarn label and crochet pattern reading will be revealed. Instructor: Kelly Murdock-Billy Begins: Tuesday, September 26 (4 weeks) Time: 6:00-8:00 pm, Tuesdays Place: Willson School Room 228 Fee: $26.00 Material list will be emailed shortly after you register. HOB-02 CROCHET TROUBLESHOOTING Stuck on a particular issue? Can’t figure out what they mean in a set of crochet instructions? Having trouble with a particular technique or stitch? Just want someone to visit with while you sit and crochet? Bring your supplies and your instructions. We’ll work through the problems together! Instructor: Kelly Murdock-Billy Begins: Tuesday, October 24 (4 weeks) Time: 6:00-8:00 pm, Tuesdays Place: Willson School Room 228 Fee: $26.00
HOB-03 BEGINNERS DRESSMAKING The “Staple Dress” is the perfect opportunity for you to dip your toes into the garment making world. This class will introduce you to using a sewing patFIN-03 SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE OVERVIEW tern, taking proper body measurements, prepping fabric, and end with a finGet an understanding of both Social Security and Medicare plus Medicare sup- ished garment plus the skills to make many more. Students need basic sewing plements, Part D Prescription Plans, and Advantage Plans. You’ll get some great machine skills but no prior clothes making knowledge. First class you only materials to take with you. Bring lots of questions! need to bring yourself and a tape measure. We will discuss the supply list and Instructor: Wendy Lessley fabric shopping. Students must bring sewing machine after 1st class, as well as Begins: Tuesday, October 10 (one night) Staple Dress Pattern, fabric, and other supplies listed on pattern. Time: 5:30-7:00 pm . Instructor: Emily Cowles Place: Willson School Room 226 Begins: Tuesday, September 26 (6 classes) NO CLASS OCT. 31 Fee: $8.00 Time: 7:00-9:00 pm, Tuesdays Material Fee: $2.00 Place: Willson School Room 217B Fee: $38.00 FIN-04 RISK MANAGEMENT WITH LIFE AND DISABILITY INSURANCE Learn about the types of life insurance - their pros and cons, and cost differences. Find out how much insurance is appropriate and how that might change HOB-04 MASTERING THE ZIPPER over time. Learn about the living benefits of life insurance policies. Explore Through small projects, this class will teach you all about zippers. individual and group disability policies and how they differ. This is an interac- Master your machine’s zipper foot and learn how to insert regular, invisible, tive class so please bring questions. and lapped zippers. Students must bring a sewing machine. Instructor: Wendy Lessley Begins: Tuesday, October 24 (one night) . Instructor: Emily Cowles Time: 5:30-7:00 pm Begins: Thursday, September 28 (6 weeks) Place: Willson School Room 122 Time: 7:00-9:00 pm, Thursdays Fee: $8.00 Place: Willson School Room 217B Material Fee: $2.00 Fee: $38.00 Material list will be emailed shortly after you register.
NO REFUNDS ON ONE-NIGHT CLASSES!!!
HOB-05 LEARN FLORAL DESIGN - QUICK AND EASY! Have you always wanted to learn how to design with flowers? Now you can; quick and easy in one class! Learn the basics so you can start making your own beautiful floral bouquets. This class is hands-on, so you can ask questions and get feedback without having to watch a video. Plus, you get to take your arrangements home! If floral design has always been on your “todo” list, you don’t have to wait any longer! Instructor: Leisa Cook, AIFD CFD Begins: Tuesday, October 3 (one night) Time: 6:30-8:30 pm Place: Willson School Commons Fee: $8.00 4 Material Fee: $42.00
HOB-06 & 07 LATE SUMMER BLOSSOMS IN WATERCOLOR You’ll learn basic watercolor techniques like washes, glazing, wet on wet, wet on dry, temperature and value, while painting weekly step-by-step projects for optimal success! From sunflowers to poinsettias, we’ll paint blossoms associated with late summer to early autumn; so come join this fun and informational class! Instructor: Mary Eileen Finney Fee: $38.00 Material Fee: $1.00 Material list will be emailed shortly after you register. HOB-06 Begins: Monday, October 23 (4 weeks) Time: 10:00 am-1:00 pm, Mondays Place: Willson School Commons HOB-07 Begins: Thursday, October 26 (4 weeks) Time: 6:00-9:00 pm, Thursdays Place: Bozeman High School Room N-119
HEALTH & WELLNESS
WEL-01 ESSENTIAL OILS IN EVERYDAY LIFE Essential oils are very popular now and are readily available. Do you know what to do with them or how to use them in your life? How do you select oils that are pure and safe to use for yourself and your children? I have been using high quality oils in my life and practice as a licensed massage therapist for over 24 years. Let me teach you how to use the oils and select the best ones to use! Oil samples and literature will be provided. Come and experience this amazing world of essential oils. Instructor: Terry Croad Begins: Monday, October 9 (2 weeks) Time: 6:30-9:00 pm, Mondays Place: Willson School Room 228 Fee: $17.00 Instructor Fee: $5.00 paid to instructor at 1st class WEL-02 SUPER SMOOTHIES AND JUICING FOR WEIGHT LOSS AND INCREASED ENERGY Start your day with a power punch, cleanse your cells, increase your energy, and balance your weight. Learn the tools to use, the recipes to do it, and sample delicious blends of fruits and veggies. You’ll be so amazed at just how good you’ll feel. Instructor: Heather Kern, NCTMB, LE Begins: Wednesday, November 8 (one night) Time: 6:45-8:45 pm Place: Willson School Commons/Kitchen Fee: $8.00 Material Fee: $15.00
HOB-08 PAINTING THE AUTUMN LANDSCAPE WITH ACRYLICS Try something new with acrylics using our colorful fall scenery as your subject. Use of materials and techniques will be covered by demonstrations. Weeks two and three will include extensive work time for practice and large scale paintings on canvas. All sizes available from miniture to panorama, according to your interest. Come for fun, meet new friends and take home a great painting. Instructor fee includes use of all materials. Instructor: James Buonamici Begins: Monday, October 9 (3 weeks) Time: 6:00-8:30 pm, Mondays Place: Bozeman High School Room N-119 Fee: $25.00 Instructor Fee: $9.00 paid to instructor at 1st class
COOKING & NUTRITION
NTR-01 ADVENTURES WITH VEGETABLES Eat more veggies! You know you should - maybe you’ve never been fond of them. Perhaps it’s how you cook them; how about some new ideas? You’ll never know until you try - and this class is the perfect place to start! We’ll make a variety of recipes, including Paleo and gluten free, using fresh veg HOB-09 BASIC DRAWING SKILLS etables, then we’ll eat them. These are not your grandmother’s vegetable recipes. In this class we will get familiar with different drawing materials Come join me in an adventure with vegetables - your body will thank you! and learn what they can do. We will also learn how to add basic highlights Instructor: Lynn Kinnaman and shadows to make drawing appear to have volume and value. With a few simple skills and tricks, drawing can become a very relaxing and fun pastime. Begins: Tuesday, October 24 (3 weeks) NO CLASS OCT. 31 Time: 6:00-8:00 pm, Tuesdays Instructor: Ashlyn Kincaid Place: Willson School Commons/Kitchen Begins: Tuesday, October 24 (4 weeks) Fee: $20.00 Time: 6:00-8:00 pm, Tuesdays Instructor Fee: $10.00 to instructor at 1st class Place: Bozeman High School Room N-119 Fee: $26.00 Material Fee: $3.00 Material list will be emailed shortly after you register.
REGISTRATION MUST BE COMPLETED THROUGH ADULT EDUCATION PRIOR TO ATTENDING A CLASS. NO walk-ins, children, or non-registered students allowed!
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EXERCISE/MOVEMENT PHY-01 MODERN CLOGGING 101 - BEGINNERS Clogging is a percussive form of dance that is challenging for both the heart and mind. In this class we will learn basic terminology and foot movements that will form steps to a routine. No partner or prior dance experience is needed. No special shoes required for this class. All you need is a desire to have fun and to know your right from your left! Wear comfortable clothes, smooth sole shoes, and bring a water bottle. Instructor: Lori Weld Begins: Tuesday, September 26 (8 weeks) Time: 6:15-7:45 pm, Tuesdays Place: Whittier School Gym Fee: $38.00 Instructor Fee: $5.00 to instructor at 1st class PHY-02 MODERN CLOGGING 201 - INTERMEDIATE Clogging is a percussive form of dance that is challenging for the heart and mind. In this class, we will explore new routines, choreography, and more challenging steps, in addition to reviewing previous routines. Previous clogging experience is required. Instructor: Lori Weld Begins: Thursday, September 28 (8 weeks) Time: 6:15-7:45 pm, Thursdays Place: Whittier School Gym Fee: $38.00 Instructor Fee: $5.00 to instructor at 1st class PHY-03 PIYO LIVE Piyo is an athletic workout to music inspired by the mind/body practices of Pilates and yoga. It includes flexibility and strength training, conditioning, and dynamic movement. It includes modifications to allow everyone to join in and yet offers progressions to challenge all levels of fitness. You may work out with athletic shoes or barefoot, but either way, please bring a mat. Instructor: Laura Ordile Begins: Monday, September 25 (8 weeks/2x week) Time: 5:30-6:30 pm, Mondays & Thursdays Place: Willson School Room 217A (Library) Fee: $50.00
PHY-04 YOGA FOR BEGINNERS The benefits of yoga are available to everyone! The instructor’s teaching style is based on the teachings of BKS Iyengar which focuses on proper (safe) alignment. All are welcome! If you are recovering from an injury or need props to help get into a yoga posture, this class is for you. Are you an experienced yogi? If so, the instructor can “push” you a bit harder if you want more of a challenge. Instructor: Sally Belk Begins: Wednesday, September 27 (5 1/2 weeks/2x a week) NO CLASS OCT 9 OR 11 Time: 5:30-6:30 pm, Mondays & Wednesdays Place: Willson School Commons Fee: $35.00 Material Fee: 1.00 EACH ADULT ED CLASS HAS MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS. Registering early during Registration Week assures your place in the class and helps Adult Ed determine whether or not we have enough students for the class to be taught.
EXERCISE/MOVEMENT con’t PHY-05 RECOVERY YOGA Recovery yoga is a practice for addiction recovery and relapse prevention, as well as for depression, anxiety, food & body image issues. By weaving together recovery themes with mind/body practice, such as deep breathing, meditation, mindfulness, and restorative yoga, participants learn tools that focus the mind, calm the emotions, and rejuvenate the body. The program provides the building blocks for developing a personal practice of daily self-care. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat and water bottle. Instructor: Marlisa Papp, LAC Begins: Monday, September 25 (8 weeks) Time: 6:30-7:45 pm, Mondays Place: Bozeman High School Room C-6/8 Fee: $32.00
Material Fee: $1.00
RESTORATIVE YOGA WORKSHOP FOR NECK AND SHOULDERS You will learn restorative yoga poses that help to release the tension of your neck and shoulders, and promote good posture. Instructor: Olya Mokina Begins: Wednesday, October 4 (one class) Time: 12:00-1:30 pm Place: Kaya Yoga; 19 N. 10th Ave., #1 Fee: $8.00
RESTORATIVE YOGA WORKSHOP FOR LOW BACK You will learn restorative yoga poses that help to release the tension and pain of your low back, hips, and knees. Instructor: Olya Mokina Begins: Wednesday, October 11 (one class) Time: 12:00-1:30 pm Place: Kaya Yoga; 19 N. 10th Ave., #1 Fee: $8.00 PHY-08 INTRODUCTION TO IYENGAR YOGA This class is designed to introduce Iyengar yoga poses step-by-step in a progressive and safe way. The emphasis is on learning, not just doing. Each class will be built upon the prior class. Safe place to begin practicing yoga regardless of your fitness level. Good for people with minor injuries or trepidation in starting yoga. Instructor: Olya Mokina Begins: Tuesday, October 24 (4 weeks/2x a week) Time: 9:00-10:00 am, Tuesdays & Thursdays Place: Kaya Yoga; 19 N. 10th Ave., #1 Fee: $26.00 PHY-09 INTRODUCTION TO CONTRA DANCE Contra dancing is a traditional social dance form with a rich history spanning several centuries. It is presently undergoing a renaissance from coast to coast--because it is simple to learn and lots of fun! In this class, you will learn all the basic moves, how to navigate contra lines, dance etiquette, and enough advanced moves to make it look like you’ve been doing this for years. Dances are held in Bozeman about twice a month, October - May, so come to this class to prepare yourself for those dances. Instructor: Steve Marty Begins: Wednesday, September 27 (3 weeks) Time: 7:00-8:30 pm, Wednesdays Place: Whittier School Gym Fee: $16.00 6
PHOTOGRAPHY Photography Classes taught by Carol Polich (well-published local nature photographer and author). Everyone must have their own DSLR CAMERA.
No point-and-shoot cameras allowed. When registering, students must list the camera make and model.
PHO-01 DSLR LEVEL I and II COMBINED CLASS Level I DSLR Photography is for those who want to learn how to use their DSLR camera other than in AUTO mode. Here, you will learn your camera menu, how to set up the camera and get the correct exposure when photographing in Aperture Priority. Level II covers the Quality of Light & Types of Lighting that affect your photos that go beyond a snapshot. Classes are integrated with lectures, outside shooting (weather permitted) and assignments.Everyone needs to have their own DSLR camera with a lens. No Point and Shoot cameras or cell phones. Materials needed: DSLR Camera & Lens, SD/CF card, Camera Manual, Battery Charger, and Notepad. Instructor: Carol Polich Begins: Wednesday, November 1 (8 classes) Time: 5:30-8:00 pm, Mon., & Wed., November 1, 6, 8, 13 & 15; 9:30 am - 12:30 pm, Saturdays, November 4, 11, & 18 Place: Willson School Room 217B Fee: $67.00
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR PARENT UNIVERSITY CLASSES!
HOW TO RAISE A PHILANTROPIST Begins: Tuesday, September 26 (one night) Time: 6:30-8:00 pm Place: Willson School Board Room (Room #122)
HOW DO I GET MY KIDS OFF SUGAR? Begins: Tuesday, October 10 (one night) Time: 6:30-8:00 pm Place: Willson School Board Room (Room #122)
DON’T WAIT TO HAVE A CONVERSATION WITH YOUR KIDS ABOUT FIREARMS SAFETY Begins: Monday, November 6 (one night) Time: 6:30-8:00 pm Place: Willson School Board Room (Room #122) YOU ARE INVITED TO A PASSION PARTY!! FINDING AND NURTURING YOUR PASSIONS, WHETHER YOU’RE AN ADULT OR STUDENT, CREATES A HEALTHY GROWTH MINDSET! (COME AS A FAMILY!) Begins: Thursday, December 7 (one night) Time: 6:30-8:00 pm Place: Willson School Board Room (Room #122)
PHO-02 DSLR PHOTO EQUIPMENT CLASS This class covers a variety of photo equipment such as: filters, camera attachments from cable releases, cleaning cloths to tripods, etc. Learning perspective or your distance to your subject according to which lens you are using, are main essentials in this class. We will cover a range of lenses:from super wide angle lenses, macro, and to the super zooms. Lectures, assignments, and outside shooting. Level I and II classes are prerequisites for this advanced class, as you must understand the basic technical aspects of photography. No Point and Shoot cameras or cell phones. Instructor: Carol Polich Begins: Tuesday, November 7 (6 classes) Time: 5:30-8:30 pm, Tues., & Thurs., November 7, 9, 14 & 16; 9:30 am - 12:30 pm, Saturdays, November 11 & 18 Place: Willson School Room 217B Fee: $56.00
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BSD7 Parent University partners with community agencies and organizations to offer courses and activities that will equip families with new or additional skills, knowledge, resources and confidence.
IMPORTANT NOTES/Registration Information PAYMENT
PARTICIPATION AND AGE REQUIREMENTS
Cash, credit cards (MasterCard, Visa and Discover), and checks (payable to
Students must be at least 16 years of age and must pre-register before attending an adult education class. Only registered students are allowed in the classroom. Auditing and/or viewing a class is not permitted. *Children are not permitted to accompany parents to class. Please do not ask teachers for exceptions. .
Bozeman Adult Education) may be used to pay for class fees, textbooks (as noted), and material and user fees. Instructor fees are paid directly to the instructors as indicated in the course description.
NO REFUNDS FOR ONE-NIGHT CLASSES unless cancelled by Adult Ed. Anyone wishing to drop a course must notify the Community Education Office (not the instructor), Willson School, 522-6012, by 4:00 pm prior to the second time the class meets. *Refunds are prorated along with a $3.00 processing fee.
*COMPUTER AND MATERIAL FEES ARE NON REFUNDABLE
This class schedule is published for informational purposes only. Although every effort is made to ensure accuracy at the time of publication, it shall not be construed to be an irrevocable contract between the student and BPS Community Education. BPS Community Education reserves the right to cancel classes or to make any changes in the content and provisions of this class schedule without notice.
CLASSES THAT ARE CANCELLED BY THE ADULT EDUCATION OFFICE WILL BE REFUNDED IN FULL. STUDENTS WILL BE NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY NOTIFIED OF CANCELLATIONS A DAY PRIOR TO THE FIRST BPS Adult Education Department is committed to provide all persons CLASS. 16 years of age and older an equal opportunity for education, employment and participation in ACE activities without regards to race, No refund requests will be accepted after the current quarter has ended. color, religions, national origin, sex, marital status, or handicap. Please allow 4-6 weeks for cash refunds.
FOR INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS REGARDING ADULT COMMUNITY ED. CLASSES, CALL 522-6012
Bozeman Adult Learning Center
Contact Information: 406-522-6096 Location: Willson Building - 404 W. Main St., rooms 226,227, and 228
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Bozeman Adult Learning Center Offerings
Career Exploration - PEP Talk, MCIS, Bozeman Job Service Consultations Employment Skills - Applications, Resumes, Interviewing Skills, Study Skills College Transition Assistance - FAFSA, Applications College Preparation - Math, Writing, Academic Reading, Study Skills Academic skills to prepare for the ACT, SAT, and ASVAB High School Equivalency Preparation (HiSET) English Language 8