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					          TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                 Music .................................................................32
                                                                            Mature Driver Education....................................32
                                                                            Older Adults Program........................................33
                                                                                  Classes Offered Through St. Jude
SCE Mission, Vision, Values ...Inside Front Cover                                 Partnership ..................................................33
SCE Institutional Student Learning Outcomes                                       Emeritus Education Enrichment ..................33
.................................................Inside Front Cover               Communication............................................33
Table of Contents ............................................... 1               Creative Arts Enrichment.............................34
Registration Information ..................................... 2                  Senior Classes ............................................38
Term Dates & Holidays....................................... 3              Kids' College & Teen Program ..........................39
NEW! Summer Term Dates................................ 4                          Arts & Crafts ................................................39
Online Classes ................................................... 5              AVID Enrichment .........................................41
English-as-a-Second Language ......................... 6                          Computers ...................................................41
English-as-a-Second Language Specialty                                            Cooking........................................................42
Classes............................................................. 11           Dance ..........................................................42
English-as-a-Second Language Off-site                                             Foreign Language .......................................43
Classes............................................................. 12           Gymnastics & Cheerleading ........................44
Foreign Language ............................................ 13                  Martial Arts...................................................45
High School Diploma Porgram ......................... 14                          Math.............................................................45
GED Preparation .............................................. 14                 Math Tutorials..............................................47
GED Exam........................................................ 14               Music & Drama ............................................48
Learning Centers .............................................. 16                Violin-Suzuki Method...................................50
SCE Labs ......................................................... 16             Band Classes ..............................................50
Career Planning................................................ 17                Personal Enrichment ...................................51
English & Communication ................................ 17                       Reading & Writing........................................52
Business Skills.................................................. 17              Reading Tutorials ........................................54
Business Opportunities..................................... 17                    Science........................................................54
Financial Planning & Investing ......................... 17                       Sports ..........................................................56
Computers ........................................................ 18             Aquatics.......................................................57
Digital Media, Web & Video.............................. 20                 Kids' College & Teen Program Summer Camps
      Graphic Arts Classes.................................. 20             ...........................................................................59
      Website Design Classes............................. 20                      Academic Camps ........................................59
      Digital Video Classes.................................. 21                  Computer Camp ..........................................61
Disabled Student Programs & Services ........... 21                               Music, Drama, Art & Cooking Camps..........61
DSP&S Off-Site Class Locations...................... 23                           Gymnastics & Dance Camps.......................62
Home Decorative Arts ...................................... 23                    Sports Camps..............................................63
      Clothing Design .......................................... 23         General Information...........................................64
      Quilting........................................................ 24   Off-Campus Continuing Education Locations ...66
      Drawing & Painting ..................................... 24           Class Index........................................................67
      Improving Lifestyles.................................... 24           Map of the NOCCCD Service Area ...................70
      Photography ............................................... 25        Training, Development, Innovation Business
Parenting .......................................................... 25     Resource Center ..................... Inside Back Cover
      Parenting Classes for Parents.................... 26
Career Technical Education ............................. 26
Administrative Assistant Certificate Program ... 26
Bartending ........................................................ 27
Construction Education .................................... 27
Early Childhood Education Certificate Program27
      ECE Required Courses .............................. 27
      ECE Elective Courses ................................ 28
Management Certificate Program .................... 28
Medical Assistant Certificate Program ............. 28
Medical Device Industry ................................... 28
      Quality Assurance Management Certificate
      for Medical Devices .................................... 28
      Medical Device Industry Professional
      Development............................................... 29
Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program....... 29
Woodshop ........................................................ 30
Physical Fitness................................................ 30
      Dance ......................................................... 31
      Adult Martial Arts ........................................ 31
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                            ONLINE:
                            1. Register online beginning Tuesday, June 2, 2009.
                            2. Go to: WWW.SCE.EDU.
                                               .SCE.EDU.
                                       WWW.SCE.EDU
                            3. Click on the “myGateway” LOGO .
                            4. Enter your 8-DIGIT student identification number (ID) or
                              Social Security Number as your “User ID.”
  CASH * CHECK              5. Enter your 6-DIGIT personal identification number (PIN);
                               your default PIN is your date of birth (MMDDYY), unless you
                               have changed it or self-selected your PIN through the CCCApply
                               online application.
                            6. Click “Add or Drop Classes” in the Registration Tools Box.
                               ONLINE REGISTRATION HOURS
                                        REGISTRATION
                               24 hours per day/7 days per week*
                               * Beginning Tuesday, June 2, 2009 at 12:01 a.m.
                               **Computers for online registration are available at each SCE registration office.
                               ONLINE REGISTRATION HELPLINE
                               (714) 808-4679 or starhelp@sce.edu - Hours: M-Th: 7:00a-5:00p

                            WALK IN: of our three locations beginning
                            Register in person at any
                            Wednesday, June 3, 2009.
                            ANAHEIM CAMPUS               CYPRESS CONTINUING              WILSHIRE CONTINUING
                            1830 W. Romneya Drive        EDUCATION CENTER                EDUCATION CENTER
                            2nd Floor                    9200 Valley View Street         315 E. Wilshire Avenue
   CASH * CHECK             Anaheim, CA 92801            Pkg Lot 4, SCECYP/100           Building 300
                            (714) 808-4645               Cypress, CA 90630               Fullerton, CA 92832
                            HOURS:                       (714) 484-7038                  (714) 992-9500
                            M-Th: 8:00a-7:30p            HOURS:                          HOURS:
                            Fri: 8:00a-4:00p             M-Th: 8:00a-7:30p               M-Th: 8:00a-7:30p
                            Sat: 8:00a-11:30a            Fri: 8:00a-4:00p                Fri: 8:00a-4:00p
                                                         Sat: 8:00a-2:00p                Sat: 8:00a-2:00p


     FIRST TIME STUDENTS...READ HERE
STEP 1: FIRST TIME STUDENTS can apply for a student identification (ID) number online on our website at
        WWW.SCE.EDU OR, apply for your student ID in person by coming into one of our campus locations.
        WWW.SCE.EDU
STEP 2: An email response with registration instructions will be sent to you within two (2) business days after your
        application is submitted.
STEP 3: Once you receive your SCE ID, or have applied online and recieved an e-mail response, you have two (2)
        ways to register for classes:
                    REGISTRATION                  myGateway                     TUESDA
      * ONLINE REGISTRATION VIA m yGateway BEGINS TUESD AY, JUNE 2, 2009 — Online
        registration users will be allowed to register for classes one day prior to the beginning of walk in registration.
        You can register for classes ONLINE beginning Tuesday, June 2, 2009 by logging onto WWW.SCE.EDU.       .SCE.EDU.
                                                                                                        WWW.SCE.EDU
        Click on “myGateway” and use your 8-digit ID or Social Security Number as your “User ID”. Click “Add or
        Drop Classes” in the Registration Tools Box. Computers for online registration are available at all three SCE
        campus registration offices.
                      REGISTRATION                     WEDNESDA
      * WALK IN REGISTRATION BEGINS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 2009 – You can register at any of
        our three locations beginning Wednesday, June 3, 2009. Students can register for any class at any location,
        even if your class is not at that location, up until the day before the class begins.
STEP 4: Purchase your PARKING PERMIT and BOOKS if your class subject or location requires it.
                      DA      HOLIDA
                 TERM DATES & HOLIDAYS
                         SUMMER2009
                         June 29 - August 9,
                                             TERM (6 weeks)
                               REGISTRATION        yGateway:
                        ONLINE REGISTRATION USING myGateway:
                        WWW.SCE.EDU
                        WWW.SCE.EDU
                         Begins Tuesday, June 2, 2009 through the day before your class begins.
REMEMBER - REGISTER EARLY! CLASSES FILL VERY FAST!
Many of our COURSES are in high demand! Be the first to register! Online registration begins June 2: WWW.SCE.EDU.
                                                                                                        .SCE.EDU.
                                                                                                     WWW.SCE.EDU
       REGISTRATION HOURS:
ONLINE REGISTRATION HOURS: 24 hours per day/7 days per week*
* Beginning Tuesday, June 2, 2009 at 12:01 a.m.   **Computers for online registration are available at each SCE registration office.

                         WALK IN REGISTRATION AT OUR THREE CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
                         Begins Wednesday, June 3, 2009. You can register up through the day the class
                         begins or until the class is full. Classes fill early, so register today!

                                CLOSED            FOLLOWING HOLIDA
                         CAMPUS CLOSED DURING THE FOLL OWING HOLIDAYS:
                         Independence Day Holiday:.................................................................July 3-5, 2009
                         Labor Day Holiday:................................................................................September 5-7, 2009


                                   TERM 6, weeks)
                         FALL 14 - December (122009
                         September
                               REGISTRATION        yGateway:
                        ONLINE REGISTRATION USING myGateway:
                        WWW.SCE.EDU
                        WWW.SCE.EDU
                         Begins Tuesday, August 11, 2009 through the day before your class begins.

                         WALK IN REGISTRATION AT OUR THREE CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
                         Begins Wednesday, August 12, 2009. You can register up through the day the class
                         begins or until the class is full. Classes fill early, so register today!

                         CYPRESS COLLEGE & FULLERTON COLLEGE SPRING SEMESTER:
                         August 17 - December 17, 2009                       www.cypresscollege.edu                  www.fullcoll.edu

                         CAMPUS CLOSED DURING THE FOLL OWING HOLIDAYS:
                                CLOSED            FOLLOWING HOLIDA
                         Veteran’s Day Holiday:........................................................................November 7-9, 2009
                         Thanksgiving Holiday: .......................................................................November 26-29, 2009
                         Winter Break:.............................................................December 24, 2009 - January 1, 2010

           CLASS SCHEDULE                                                        FULL CLASS SCHEDULE
             SYMBOL KEY                                                              WITH COURSE
 AN
 CC
        =
        =
                Anaheim Campus
                Cypress College Campus                                              DESCRIPTIONS
 CRN    =       Course Registration Number
 FC     =       Fullerton College                                                 AVAILABLE ONLINE
 NC     =       No class will be held on that date
 SCECYP =       SCE @ Cypress Coll Campus, 100 Bldg                           To view the SCE Summer Schedule
 SCE200 =       SCE @ Cypress Coll Campus, 200 Bldg
 WIL    =       Wilshire Campus (Fullerton)                                    in its entirety, including full course
 Off-campus continuing education location addresses are                                     descriptions,
 listed on page 48 of this class schedule.                                      visit www.sce.edu/schedule
 NEW CLASSES FOR SUMMER                              NEW! Teen Program Classes (Ages 11-17)
                                                     AP Biology Prep (Grade 9+) – page 40
                                                     AVID Enrichment Social Science
NEW! Classes for Adults
                                                        Focus – page 31
Career Search Strategies – page 14
                                                     Basic Hand Sewing for Kids (Grades 6-8) – page 38
How To Sell on eBay – page 14
                                                     Beginning Band Instruments (Grades 5-9) – page 37
Limalama Self Defense– page 24
                                                     Beginning Group Guitar 1 (Ages 10-13,
Medical Assisting: Back Office
                                                        14-17) – page 36
   Procedures II – page 22
                                                     Beginning Group Guitar 2 (Ages 10+) – page 37
Waltz, Cha Cha & Tango Dance – page 24
                                                     Beginning Spring Board Diving – page 42
                                                     Calculus I (Grades 10+) – page 35
                                                     Calligraphy I and II (Grades 7+) – page 30
NEW! Kids’ College Classes
                                                     Capture the Moment (Ages 10+) – page 31
Basic Hand Sewing for Kids (Grades 4-6) – page 38
                                                     Computer Keyboarding I and II (Ages
Beginning Group Guitar 1 and 2 (Ages
                                                        12+) – page 31
     8-9) – pages 36, 37
                                                     Creative Crafts from Around the World
Beginning Spring Board Diving – page 42
                                                        (Ages 8+) – page 31
Beginning Water Polo (Ages 9-12) – page 42
                                                     Fun with Baking! (Ages 8-11) – page 32
Calligraphy I and II (Grades 3-6) – page 30
                                                     Guitar for Kids-Songs of Disney Channel (Ages
Computer Keyboarding II (Ages 8+) – page 31
                                                        9+) – page 36
Creative Crafts from Around the World
                                                     Guitar for Kids-Songs of Guitar Hero (Ages
    (Ages 8+) – page 31
                                                        9+) – page 36
Fun with Baking! (Ages 8-11) – page 32
                                                     Internet Zones Grades Kids (Grades 6-8) – page 32
Fun with Magnets and Magnetic Fields
                                                     Jazz Improvisation (Grades 7-9) – page 37
    (Grades 2-6) – page 40
                                                     Junior Life Guards (Ages 11-14) – page 42
Go Green (Grades 3-6) – page 40
                                                     Paper Bag Scrapbook Album (Ages 9+) – page 31
Guitar for Kids - Songs of Disney Channel
                                                     Pre-Competitive Swim – page 41
    (Ages 9+) – page 36
                                                     Summer Band (Grades 6-9) – page 37
Guitar for Kids - Songs of Guitar Hero
                                                     Summer Swim (Ages 5-17) – page 41
    (Ages 9+) – page 36
                                                     Tutorial: Probability and Statistics
Layers of the Ocean & the Creatures that Live
                                                        (Grades 7-8) – page 35
    in the Ocean (Gr 1-3, Gr 4-6) – page 40
                                                     Water Polo: Beginning (Ages 9-12) – page 42
Parent and Me Swimming (6m to Age 4) – page 41
                                                     Water Polo: Intermediate (Ages 12-14) – page 42
Pee Wee Soccer Beginning High (Ages
                                                     Water Polo: Advanced (Ages 15-17) – page 42
    4-6) – page 40
                                                     Window into the World of Magic (Ages
Pee Wee Soccer Intermediate High (Ages
                                                        9+) – page 38
    6-8) – page 40
Pee Wee Soccer Intermediate Low (Ages
    6-8) – page 40
                                                     NEW! Teen Program: Summer Camps (Ages
Pre-Competitive Swim – page 41
Public Speaking for Children (Ages 8-12) – page 37   11-17)
Seasonal Arts and Crafts Workshop (Ages              "Junior Idol" Summer Camp (Ages 9-12,
    6+) – page 30                                       Ages 13+) – page 44
Shockingly Fun Electronics (Grades 4-6) – page 40    Can U Dig It? Volleyball Camp for Beginners
Singing is Fun (Ages 6-10) – page 36                    (Ages 11-13, Ages 14-16) – page 45
Sounds Funtastic (Science) (Grades 2-4) – page 39    Dance Like the Stars Camp (Ages 13+) – page 45
Spanish Fun for Mommy, Daddy and                     Fashion Illustration Camp (Ages 12+) – page 44
    Me (Ages 3-4) – page 33                          Soccer Summer Camp (Ages 10+) – page 45
Summer Swim (Ages 5-17) – page 41
Window into the World of Magic (Ages
    9+) – page 38
Word Wizard (Reading & Writing)
    (Grades 2-3) – page 38
You’ve Got Rhythm (Ages 5-8) – page 36


NEW! Kids’ College: Summer Camps
“Junior Idol” Summer Camp (Ages 9-12) – page 44
Jammin' Chemistry Camp I (Grades 3-5) – page 43
Jammin' Chemistry Camp II (Grades 3-5) – page 43
Pee Wee Soccer (Ages 4-6) & (Ages 6-8) – page 45
Reader's Theater Camp (Grades 2-3) – page 43
Reading, Writing, Spelling and Math Adventure
   Camp (Grades 2-3) – page 43
Second Grade Review Camp – page 43
Writer's Workshop Camp (Grades 2-3) – page 43
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the latest versions          Secrets of Better Photography                     $105   (No Certificate)
                                                                                      Achieving Success with Difficult People              $105
    of software              GRAPHIC DESIGN                                           Computer Skills for the Workplace                    $105
                             (4 classes for Certificate)                              Drawing for the Absolute Beginner                    $105
  programs and               Creating Web Graphics with Photoshop CS3          $105   Effective Business Writing                           $105
                             Introduction to CorelDraw X3                      $105   Enjoying European Art                                $105
     additional              Introduction to Illustrator CS3                   $105   Everyday Math                                        $105
     courses.”               Introduction to MS Publisher 2003 and 2007
                             Photoshop for the Digital Photo CS3
                                                                               $105
                                                                               $105
                                                                                      Get Assertive!
                                                                                      Get Funny!
                                                                                                                                           $105
                                                                                                                                           $105
                             Introduction to Photoshop CS3                     $105   Genealogy Basics                                     $105
www.easyed.org               Intermediate Photoshop CS3                        $105   Get Paid to Travel                                   $105
                             Introduction to Photoshop CS2                     $105   Goodbye to Shy                                       $105
     FREE                    Intermediate Photoshop CS2
                             PhotoShop Elements CS2
                                                                               $105   Growing Plants for Fun and Profit
                                                                                      Handling Medical Emergencies
                                                                                                                                           $105
                                                                                                                                           $105
                               for the Digital Photographer                    $105   Individual Excellence                                $105
 One Week Trial              Photoshop Elements 5.0                                   Interpersonal Communication                          $105
                               for the Digital Photographer I                  $105   Introduction to Algebra                              $105
   Courses begin                                                                      Introduction to Journaling                           $105
                                                                                      Keys to Effective Communication                      $105
                                                                                      Leadership                                           $105
  April 15, May 20                                                                    Listen to Your Heart, and Success Will Follow        $105
                                                                                      Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals             $105
       June 17                                                                        Magic of Hypnosis                                    $105
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                 Learn ore
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                                PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT (Cont’d)                       WEB & COMPUTER PROGRAMMING (Cont’d)
                                Making Age an Asset in our Job Search        $105   Introduction to C++ Programming                      $105
           ***                  Merrill Ream Speed Reading
                                Music Made Easy
                                                                             $105
                                                                             $105
                                                                                    Introduction to C# Programming
                                                                                    Intermediate C# Programming
                                                                                                                                         $105
                                                                                                                                         $105
  Gatlin Education              12 Steps to a Successful Job Search          $105   Introduction to ASP.NET                              $105
                                Outdoor Survival Techniques                  $105   Introduction to Java                                 $105
   Services (GES)               Secrets of the Caterer                       $105   Intermediate Java Programming                        $105
                                Skills for Making Great Decisions            $105   Introduction to Perl Programming                     $105
           ***                  Start Your Own Small Business                $105   Introduction to Python 2.5 Programming               $105
  Gatlin Education courses      Start Your Own Arts and Crafts Business      $105
 are designed to provide the    Veterinary Assistant, Become a               $105   WRITING & PUBLISHING
                                Wow, What a Great Event                      $105   Advanced Fiction Writing                             $105
workforce skills necessary to                                                       Beginning Writer’s Workshop                          $105
 acquire professional caliber   PERSONAL FINANCE & WEALTH BUILDING                  Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published                $105
positions for many in-demand    (No Certificate)                                    Breaking into Sitcom Writing                         $105
        occupations.            Building Wealth                              $105   A Writers Guide to Descriptive Settings              $105
                                Debt Elimination Techniques That Work        $105   Effective Business Writing                           $105
                                Creating a Successful Business Plan          $105   Forensic Science for Writers                         $105
   A number of programs         Intro to Business Analysis                   $105   Fundamentals of Technical Writing                    $105
     include externship         Introduction to Stock Options                $105   Grammar Refresher                                    $105
     opportunities with         Mastery of Business Fundamentals             $105   Introduction to Internet Writing Markets             $105
      major companies.          Personal Finance                             $105   Introduction to Journaling                           $105
                                Real Estate Investing                        $105   Mystery Writing                                      $105
                                Real Estate Investing II                     $105   Pleasures of Poetry                                  $105
  GES also offers optional      Real Estate Law                              $105   Publish it Yourself: Your Own Publishing Bus.        $105
     Career Services to         Start & Operate Your Own Home Business       $105   Research Methods for Writers                         $105
   the students it serves.      Start Your Own Consulting Practice           $105   Resume Writing Workshop                              $105
                                Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh My!         $105   Romance Writing Secrets                              $105
       Log onto                 The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks         $105   The Keys to Effective Editing                        $105
                                Where Does All My Money Go?                  $105   Travel Writing                                       $105
     www.easyed.org                                                                 Write Fiction Like a Pro                             $105
                                SALES & MARKETING                                   Write Your Life Story                                $105
     For assistance on          (5 classes for Certificate)                         Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers         $105
                                Achieving Top Search Engine Positions $105          Writerific 2: Adv. Creativity Training for Writers   $105
  Online classes only call      Business’ Marketing Writing &                $105   Writing for Children                                 $105
                                Effective Selling                            $105   Writing for ESL                                      $105
     (714) 808-4625             Managing Customer Service                    $105   Writing Great Technical Documents                    $105
                                Marketing Your Business on the Internet      $105
          or e-mail             Principles of Sales Management               $105   GRANT WRITING & NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT
                                Professional Sales Skills                    $105   (5 classes for Certificate)
      online@sce.edu                                                                A to Z Grant Writing                 $105
                                TEST PREPARATION                                    Get Grants!                          $105
NEW Career Development          (No Certificate)                                    Writing Effective Grant Proposals    $105
                                GED Test Prep                                $105   Advanced Grant Proposal Writing      $105
                                GED Prep: Language, Writing Test             $105   Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant  $105
     Developed for the          GED Prep Math Test                           $105   Introduction to Nonprofit Management $105
   professional: indepen-       GMAT Prep                                    $105   Creating Your Own Nonprofit          $105
  dent study; students set      Grammar for ESL                              $105   Marketing Your Nonprofit             $105
 their own pace and have        GRE Prep: Part 1                             $105   Wow! What a Great Event              $105
                                GRE Prep: Part 2                             $105
 four months to complete        LSAT Prep: Part 1                            $105
 course, an easier way to       LSAT Prep: Part 2                            $105
  prepare for your future       SAT/ACT Prep: Part 1                         $105
                                SAT/ACT Prep: Part 2                         $105
Open enrollment; students       WEB GRAPHICS & MULTIMEDIA
may begin whenever they         (3 classes for Certificate)
       are ready.               Creating Web Graphics with Photoshop CS3     $105
                                Introduction to CorelDraw X3                 $105
                                Drawing: Absolute Beginner                   $105
    Expert instructor           Introduction to Flash 8                      $105
 assistance; available to       Introduction to Flash MX 2004                $105
answer any questions by
                                WEB PAGE DESIGN
   email or telephone           (4 classes for Certificate)
                                Creating Web Pages                           $105      For additional courses, visit :
   Reference textbook;          Creating Web Pages II                        $105
                                Designing Effective Websites                 $105
   included in price-an         Introduction to CSS and XHTML                $105           www.easyed.org
  additional resource to        Intermediate CSS and XHTML                   $105
  expand your learning          Introduction Dreamweaver MX 2004
                                Introduction to Dreamweaver 8
                                                                             $105
                                                                             $105
                                                                                            For assistance on
          online
                                Introduction to Dreamweaver CS3              $105
                                Intermediate Dreamweaver CS3                 $105          Online classes only,
    Please log onto             Introduction to Flash 8                      $105
    www.easyed.org              Introduction to MS FrontPage 2003            $105                  call:
  Career Development.           WEB & COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
                                (5 classes for Certificate)
                                                                                             (714) 808-4625
    For assistance on           Introduction to Alice 2.0 Programming        $105
 Online classes only call       Introduction to PHP and MySQL                $105                      or
                                Intermediate PHP and MySQL                   $105
   714-808-4625                 Introduction to SQL
                                Introduction to Visual Basic 2005
                                                                             $105
                                                                             $105
                                                                                                      email:
      or e-mail                 Intermediate Visual Basic 2005               $105
  www.online@sce.edu                                                                             online@sce.edu
    ENGLISH-AS-A-SECOND-LANGUAGE PROGRAM
               EARLY REGISTRATION
   ESL classes fill up each term—be first to register! (714) 808 - 4638
                                          First-time students or                 Students who attended
                                         students who attended                 after Summer ‘08 need to
                                          before Summer 2008
                                                                              visit the ESL Learning Center
                                                                                 for your class schedule
                                            Select your campus                         information.
                                                & test-time:



ANAHEIM CAMPUS                         CYPRESS CAMPUS                           WILSHIRE CAMPUS
   ROOM 121                            ROOM SCE200-203                             ROOM 110
1830 W. Romneya Drive                    9200 Valley View Street                   315 E. Wilshire Avenue
 Anaheim, CA 92801                         Cypress, CA 90630                        Fullerton, CA 92832

      June 29, 2009                            June 29, 2009                            June 29, 2009
 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.                   8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.                   8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
  5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.                    5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.                    5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.


Estudiantes que vienen por primera vez se inscribirán en el orden en que se presenten y si hay espacio en
la clase. Seleccione a cual escuela desea atender: Anaheim, Cypress, o Wilshire. El espacio en el salón de evalua-
ción es limitado. Los estudiantes quienes no logren presentar la evaluación en el horario de su preferencia, debe-
rán esperar hasta el siguiente horario.
ANAHEIM CAMPUS                        CYPRESS CAMPUS                              WILSHIRE CAMPUS
Junio 29, 2009                        Junio 29, 2009                              Junio 29, 2009

8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.                8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.                      8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.                 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.                       5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
Inscripciones Continuas: Las clases de ingles se llenan en su totalidad en cada termino, sin embargo, si hubiese
espacios disponibles, los estudiantes que no se registraron durante la fecha estipulada podrán registrarse después
de que el trimestre haya comenzado. Por favor regístrese en los siguientes días y localidades:
 ANAHEIM CAMPUS:                           CYPRESS CAMPUS:                           WILSHIRE CAMPUS:
LUNES Solamente                        LUNES Solamente                            LUNES Solamente
Fechas:                                Fechas:                                    Fechas:
Julio 6, 13                            Julio 6, 13                                Julio 6, 13

8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.                 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.                     8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.                  5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.                      5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.
    ENGLISH-AS-A-SECOND-LANGUAGE PROGRAM
  ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION
Students who missed the ‘early registration’ periods may register during the term.
  First-time students or students who attended before Summer ‘08

                                            Select your campus
                                                & test-time:


ANAHEIM CAMPUS                            CYPRESS CAMPUS                              WILSHIRE CAMPUS
   ROOM 121                               ROOM SCE200-203                                ROOM 110
MONDAY Only: July 6, 13                    MONDAY Only: July 6, 13                    MONDAY Only: July 6, 13
 8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.                     8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.                     8:30 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
 5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.                      5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.                      5:00 p.m. & 7:00 p.m.

      Don’t be late! Please arrive 10 to 15 minutes before the test as all testing will begin promptly at the scheduled time.
           PARKING: If you are driving, you will need to purchase a one-day ($2.00)
                parking permit at your chosen campus before the test.



    ENGLISH-AS-A-SECOND-LANGUAGE PROGRAM
                        LEARNING CENTERS (ESLA/001)
ESL LEARNING CENTER                                                                 The ESL Learning Center offers an
ESLA/001                                                                            opportunity to practice English through
Dates: Jul 6-Aug 13                                                                 various instructional media. Students
                                                                                    learn through ESL software and/or
CRN                   DAYS               PLACE               INSTR                  receive individual and group tutoring
                                                                                    to improve their speaking, listening,
ANAHEIM CAMPUS                                                                      reading and writing skills. Special
                                                                                    interest areas such as Vocational ESL
11640                 MTWTh/10:30a-1p AN/121                 Dollar                 and EL Civics are also part of the
                      MTW/5p-10p                             Alvarez-Morales
                      Th/5p-10p                              Gamboa                 instruction.
CYPRESS CAMPUS

11621          MTWTh/10:30a-1p SCE200/203                    Noor
               TTh/1p-3:30p                                  Smith
               MTWTh/5p-8:30p                                Sahakian
WILSHIRE CAMPUS

60684                 TTh/8a-10:30a   WIL/110                Gayley
                      MTWTh/10:30a-1p                        Lynch-Thompson
                      MW/4p-7p                               Lynch-Thompson
                      TTh/4:30p-9:30p                        Sersea
                      MW/7p-9:30p                            Sersea
        ENGLISH-AS-A-SECOND-LANGUAGE PROGRAM
                                                  CLASSES
   Classes available at THREE CAMPUS locations & 75 COMMUNITY locations:
ANAHEIM CAMPUS CYPRESS CAMPUS                                                          WILSHIRE CAMPUS
   ROOM 121    ROOM SCE200-203                                                            ROOM 110
  1830 W. Romneya Drive                         9200 Valley View Street                   315 E. Wilshire Avenue
   Anaheim, CA 92801                              Cypress, CA 90630                        Fullerton, CA 92832
        (714) 808-4562                                 (714) 484-7064                           (714) 992-9545


        SIX Levels of ENGLISH INSTRUCTION:
                                     •   ESL BEGINNING LITERACY
                                     •   ESL BEGINNING LOW
                                     •   ESL BEGINNING HIGH
                                     •   ESL INTERMEDIATE LOW
                                     •   ESL INTERMEDIATE HIGH
                                     •   ESL ADVANCED LOW

CLASS SCHEDULES AT THREE CAMPUS LOCATIONS:
                                     •   8:00 a.m.—10:30 a.m.
                                     •   8:30 a.m.—11:00 a.m.
                                     •   10:30 a.m.—1:00 p.m.
                                     •   5:00 p.m.—7:30 p.m.
                                     •   7:30 p.m.—10:00 p.m.

        ENGLISH-AS-A-SECOND-LANGUAGE PROGRAM
                           SPECIALTY CLASSES
VOCATIONAL ENGLISH-AS-A-                                   CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION
SECOND LANGUAGE: EARLY
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                                        Starts week of 7/6/09, ends week of 8/10/09
ESLA/1020                                                  CRN           DAYS                PLACE        INSTR
Starts week of 7/6/09, ends week of 8/10/09                ANAHEIM CAMPUS
CRN           DAYS          PLACE             INSTR        11635     TTh/7:30p-10p           AN/132       Bystry
71131         F/9a-12p      AN/124            Kahlon       CYPRESS CAMPUS
                                                           11618     MT/1p-3:30p             SCE200/203   Noor
VOCATIONAL ENGLISH-AS-A-                                   11733     TTh/7:30p-10p           SCE200/201   Kepler
SECOND LANGUAGE: PHARMACY                                  WILSHIRE CAMPUS
TECHNICIAN                                                 11619      MTWTh/10:30a-1p WIL/202             Maske
ESLA/1025
Starts week of 7/6/09, ends week of 8/10/09                12009         MW/5p-7:30p         WIL/202      Fisher
                                                           11620         MW/7:30p-10p        WIL/202      Fisher
CRN        DAYS             PLACE         INSTR
60590      Th/7:30p-10p     AN/404        Santostefano
        ENGLISH-AS-A SECOND                                  INTERMEDIATE VOCABULARY
                                                             REVIEW
        LANGUAGE SPECIALTY                                   ESLA/814
              CLASSES                                        Students will review, expand, and retain vocabulary
                                                             words and phrases organized by commonly used
                                                             topics. Students will work on using approximately
For more information about English-as-a-Second               twenty-five practical target words per class in oral and
Language classes, please call (714) 808-4638.                written exercises. This course is designed for the ESL
                                                             students placed in the Intermediate Low, Intermediate
                                                             High, and Advanced levels.
COMPUTER SKILLS FOR ESL                                      Starts week of 7/6/2009; ends week of 8/10/2009
(BEGINNING)                                                  CRN      DAYS               PLACE           INSTR
ESLA/801                                                     ANAHEIM CAMPUS
The course introduces ESL students to hands-on               51284 F/11:30a-2:30p        AN/126          Doherty
exploration and use of current Microsoft Windows             WILSHIRE CAMPUS
programs. Students will learn basic computer parts,          11715 F/8:30a-11a           WIL/202         Skliar
keyboarding, and the basics of MS Word, PowerPoint,
Print Shop, and Excel. Emphasis is on building
confidence in computer use to improve English skills in      ESL PRONUNCIATION /
grammar, vocabulary, writing, speaking, pronunciation,       CONVERSATION SKILLS
and reading.                                                 ESLA/802
Starts week of 7/6/2009; ends week of 8/10/2009              This course is designed for intermediate to advanced
CRN       DAYS               PLACE           INSTR           ESL learners to improve conversation and
ANAHEIM CAMPUS                                               pronunciation skills in English. It is recommended that
11636 F/8:30a-11:30a         AN/312          Kopydlowska     participants have English language skills at a Beginning
21231 S/8:30a-11:30a         AN/312          Badia           High level.
21200 F/8:30a-11:30a         AN/606A         Badia           Starts week of 7/6/2009; ends week of 8/10/2009
11637 S/9a-12p               AN/121          Ramirez
11647 TTh/11a-1:30p          AN/312          Howie           CRN      DAYS               PLACE           INSTR
11742 F/6p-9p                AN/303          Carson          ANAHEIM CAMPUS
CYPRESS CAMPUS                                               51111 MTWTh/8a-11a          AN/602          Dago
11617 F/8a-10:30a            SCE200/211 Chiu                 11712 MW/10:30a-1p          AN/106          Kahlon
51091 F/10:30a-1p            SCE200/203 Chiu                 11732 F/6p-9:30p            AN/104          Scoble
                                                             CYPRESS CAMPUS
                                                             11615 S/9a-12p              SCE200/203 Miller
COMPUTER SKILLS FOR ESL                                      11616 F/10:30a-1p           SCE200/217 Sabha
(ADVANCED)                                                   WILSHIRE CAMPUS
                                                             11723 F/9a-10:30a           WIL/203         Hall
ESLA/815                                                     11724 F/10:30a-12p          WIL/203         Hall
Students will enhance their English language skills          11734 TTh/12:30p-           WIL/203         Gayley
through challenging computer application tasks using                2:30p
MS Word, PowerPoint, Print Shop, Excel, the Internet,
and MS Publisher. Emphasis is on building confidence
in independent projects to improve English skills in         WRITING/READING
grammar, vocabulary, writing, and reading. Students          ESLA/810
will be actively involved in computer projects linking the   This ESL course emphasizes reading comprehension
academic environment with their communities                  skills while building vocabulary and critical thinking
Starts week of 7/6/2009; ends week of 8/10/2009              skills for students who are at an intermediate level or
CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR           high. In addition, the writing component is designed to
11864 F/10:30a-1p            SCE200/211      Dostal          acquaint students with writing skills required to develop
                                                             college- level writing techniques by focusing on
                                                             prewriting, outlining, drafting, revising and editing.
INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR REVIEW                                  Starts week of 7/6/2009; ends week of 8/10/2009
ESLA/813                                                     CRN      DAYS               PLACE           INSTR
Students will learn to understand grammar structures in      ANAHEIM CAMPUS
various contexts and practice using them in both oral        51110 MTWTh/11a-2p          AN/602          Dago
and written communication. this class supplements            CYPRESS CAMPUS
core ESL courses or works as a stand-alone course.           11717 F/8:30a-10:30a        SCE200/217 Sabha
This course is designed for the SL students placed in        51092 MW/12:30p-2p          SCE200/217 Santostefano
the Intermediate Low, Intermediate High, and                 WILSHIRE CAMPUS
Advanced levels.                                             81405 MW/12:30p-            WIL/201         Lynch-
Starts week of 7/6/2009; ends week of 8/10/2009                     2:30p                                Thompson
CRN       DAYS               PLACE           INSTR
ANAHEIM CAMPUS
11752 MW/10:30a-             AN/110          Kopydlowska
       11:30a
81404 F/11:30a-1:30p         AN/110          Kopydlowska
CYPRESS CAMPUS
31202     F/1p-3:30p         SCE200/219 Rivers-
                                        Senghor
WILSHIRE CAMPUS
11716     F/11a-1:30p        WIL/202         Skliar
ORAL INTERPRETATION                                         FAMILY LITERACY
(READING OUT LOUD)                                          ESLA/120
ESLA/990                                                    The course focuses on incorporating reading and
Literature and communication are integrated in the art      literacy as a fundamental component of a healthy, well-
of oral interpretation. This course emphasizes the study    functioning family. The family-oriented assignments
and analysis of relevant printed materials. Students        integrate school and home.
learn to select and communicate the material orally and     Starts week of 7/20/2009, ends week of 8/24/2009
effectively to an audience through public                   *Dates: Jun 29-Aug 6
presentation/performance.                                   CRN      DAYS            PLACE             INSTR
Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14                                        ANAHEIM CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT MULTITRACK
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR           Starts week of 7/20/2009; ends week of 8/24/2009
11862 F/8a-10:30a           AN/104          Ismail-Beigi    51118 MTWTh/6p-9p Abraham                  Lee
60685 F/11a-1:30p           AN/104          Ismail-Beigi                            Lincoln Elem
                                                            51120 MTWTh/6p-9p Horace Mann              Buford
                                                                                    Elementary
DRAMA FOR COMMUNICATION                                     51119 MTWTh/6p-9p Horace Mann              Buford
                                                                                    Elementary
ESLA/805                                                    51121 MT/5:30p-         James Madison Pambid-Stout
This ESL course builds students' reading, speaking,                  8:30p          Elementary
and pronunciation skills in the context of theatrical       51116 TTh/6p-9p         Sunkist Elem       Kis
performances. Students will examine human                                           School
experiences and cultural norms through imagined roles       51125 MW/5p-8p          Thomas Edison Usary
and expand creative thinking. Students will learn history            TTh/5p-8p      Elementary         Lopez
and terminology of the performing arts and build social     51122 MTWTh/5p-8p Thomas Edison Carstensen
skills and confidence necessary for public speaking.                                Elementary
Dates: Jul 7-Aug 13                                         51123 MTWTh/5p-8p Thomas Edison Vanegas
                                                                                    Elementary
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR           51124 MTWTh/5p-8p Thomas Edison Truong
11662 TWTh/10:30a-1p        AN/126          Ismail-Beigi                            Elementary
                                                            LA HABRA SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                                            Starts week of 6/29/2009; ends week of 8/3/2009; nc
                                                            Jul 3
   ENGLISH-AS-A SECOND                                      41255 MTWThF/8:30 Los Lomas
                                                                     a-11:30a       Elementary
                                                                                                       Younger

LANGUAGE OFF-SITE CLASSES                                   SAVANNA SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                                            Starts week of 6/29/2009; ends week of 8/3/2009; nc
                                                            Jul 3
SPANISH LITERACY                                            71133 MTWTh/6p-9p Hansen School Kim
ESLA/812                                                    71122 MTWTh/6p-9p Hansen School Dostal
The Spanish Literacy course is designed for native
Spanish-speaking students at the beginning literacy
level. Students will acquire basic Spanish reading          ESL BEGINNING LOW
comprehensive and writing skills as well as improved        ESLA/200
their Spanish vocabulary and speaking. Students will        Dates: Jul 20-Aug 26
acquire English literacy skills by immersing into the       CRN DAYS               PLACE                INSTR
English language toward acquisition of the second           11954 MW/6p-9p         Hermosa Village      Perez
language. The skills attained will give students a strong
foundation for success in the basic skills or ESL
Programs.
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 3
CRN DAYS              PLACE                 INSTR                       SCE is GOING GREEN!
81403 M/4p-6p         Whitten Community Murillo
                      Center
                                                                  Turn your TRASH into CASH!
                                                            SCE recycles printer toner
ESL AND COMPUTERS                                           and old cell phones.
ESLA/130
This course provides English language instruction
through the medium of English-as-a-Second-Language          By recycling these old
(ESL) computer programs. The primary focus is               items, SCE is a good
situated vocabulary development through the use of the      steward of the earth AND
Oxford Picture Dictionary program and supplementary         raises money for student scholarships!
software.
CRN      DAYS            PLACE                 INSTR
BUENA PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT                                  All students and community members are
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 6                                         welcome to drop off their toner cartridges
60605 MTWTh/         Gilbert Elementary        Yoon         and cell phones to any SCE registration
         9:30a-12p   School
ANAHEIM CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT                                office.
Dates: Jul 23-Aug 27
60691 Th/5p-8p       Thomas Edison             Jackson
                     Elementary
ESL MULTILEVEL                                             CONVERSATIONAL CHINESE
ESLA/110                                                   LANG/240
The course focuses on preparing students to use            Beginning level class introduces students to the culture
English to achieve tasks within a variety of real-life     and customs of China and covers beginning level
situations such as a doctor's office or a department       speaking skills.
store. Students are instructed to be able to listen,       Dates: Jun 30-Aug 4
speak, read, and write in English in context-specific      CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
environments.                                              80396 T/6:15p-       SCE200/221      Hagerty      $45
CRN      DAYS            PLACE                INSTR              8:45p
FULLERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT
Starts week of 6/29/2009; ends week of 8/3/2009; nc
Jul 3
41253 MTW/8a-11a Richman Community Arellano
                                                           SCE is
                        Center
51095 MTW/8a-11a Richman Community Perez
                        Center
                                                           GOING
VARIOUS OFF-SITE LOCATIONS
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 6
                                                           GREEN!
11378 MTWTh/            Anaheim Community Weatherspoon
         8:30a-11:30a Center
51103 TTh/9a-12p Access California           Aryan         Eco-Friendly
                        Services
51101 MW/8:30a-         Brea Comm Ctr        Anglin        Efforts at SCE
         11:30a
11520 TTh/10a-          Commonwealth Adlt Pregenzer
                                                           Small changes can make a large impact on
         11:30a         Day Health Ct                      the environment. Here are a few eco-
11376 MTWTh/8a- First Christian              Edgington     friendly business practices that we have
         11a            Church Anaheim
81400 W/10a-12:30p Grace Ministries          Morrison      implemented at NOCCCD School of
                        International                      Continuing Education.
41263 MW/12:30p- Korean-American Kim
         4p             Fed of Or Co
12008 TTh/1p-4p         Korean Bokji         Kim           1.    Students can save fuel and time by
                        Wellness Center                          using SCE’s ONLINE REGISTRATION
11377 MTWTh/            Ponderosa Park       Lim
         8:30a-12:15p                                            system.
11380 MTW/6p-9p Stanton Cultural             Whitaker
                        Arts Center                        2.    SCE has decreased the class schedule
51250 MTWTh/            St Boniface Church Lorge
         9:30a-12:30p                                            by 20 pages, not only enjoying a 40
51251 MTWTh/            St Boniface Church Paz-Garcia            percent cost-savings, but also saving
         7:30p-10p
60673 MTWTh/            St Boniface Church Ramirez                   Greenhouse gases, time, and
         7:30p-10p                                                   waste
71132 MTWTh/            St Boniface Church Zuluaga                   1,456,000 sheets of paper
         7:30p-10p
71147 M/7:30p-10p SaRang Church              Morrison                2,912 reams of paper
71146 M/7:30p-10p SaRang Church              Yoon                    7.28 tons of paper
                                                                     175 TREES!

                                                           3.    NOCCCD has invested in Green
                                                                 Technology when constructing new
        FOREIGN LANGUAGE                                         buildings at SCE as well at Cypress
                                                                 College and Fullerton College.
If you need more detailed information please
call (714) 808-4638.                                       4.    SCE has a strong printer toner and cell
                                                                 phone recycling program – turning
SPANISH - CONVERSATION I                                         TRASH INTO CASH for student
LANG/190                                                         scholarships!
Beginning level class introduces students to the culture
and customs of Latin America and covers beginning
level speaking skills.                                     5.    Employees        are      rewarded     for
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009                  participating in carpooling or by taking
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE            public transit, biking or walking to work,
80395 W/7p-9:30p WIL/201    Montero               $45            cutting down on carbon emissions.
80120 T/7p-9:30p SCECYP/103 Montero               $45

                                                           Do you have ideas on how SCE can become
                                                           even more environmentally-friendly? Please
                                                           share them with us at schedule@sce.edu.
     HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM
                 Reach your dreams! Adult students, 18+ years
                    Individualized teaching * Flexible hours
   THE PROGRAM                                                  LAB HOURS
   • Earn your high school diploma or GED and go to             Set your own schedule during these hours:
     college.
   • Enrollment is on-going.
                                                                •     MONDAY—THURSDAY:
   • Graduation ceremony held annually in June.                       8:30 a.m.—2:45 p.m.
   • If you require special accommodations for a verified
     disability, please contact our Disabled Student            •     MONDAY—THURSDAY:
     Programs and Services department at 714-484-
     7057.                                                            6:00 p.m.—9:00 p.m.
                    OPEN LAB SETTING!                                     HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
      START YOUR STUDIES AT ANY TIME!                                    COURSE REQUIREMENTS*
                                                                English                           40 credits

   SELF-PACED LAB STYLE                                         Social Studies                    30 credits
   • Students have an opportunity to work at their own          Applied or Fine Arts              10 credits
     pace to complete class assignments for the SCE
     high school diploma or prepare for the GED exam.           Math                              20 credits
   • Meet with a counselor to create an individual learn-       Science                           20 credits
     ing plan.
   • Faculty provide one-on-one and small group in-             Health                            5 credits
     struction and are available to assist students as
     needed.                                                    Electives                         60 credits
   • Set your own schedule! All assignments are com-
     pleted in the classroom.                                   TOTAL                             185 CREDITS
                                                                *Credits are subject to change July 1, 2009


                                                                REGISTRATION: The 2009 GED test is limited to the first 20
GED EXAM PREPARATION                                            paid applicants. Bring a MONEY ORDER for $110, payable to:
                                                                Orange County Dept. of Education, to the Wilshire Center, 315 E.
                                                                Wilshire, Fullerton. Fees are non-refundable. A registration
 Adults, 18+ Years * Individualized Teaching * Flexible hours
                                                                packet will be issued once registration fees are paid. The new
                                                                GED test is now in effect; scores from the previous version of the
1. Choose Your Campus:
                                                                GED cannot be combined with the new test scores.
     Anaheim Campus - Room 141
     Cypress Campus - Room SCE200/205
                                                                TEST FEES: $110 for complete battery of the official test (5
     Wilshire Campus- Room118
                                                                sections); $20 for a retake of Test 1: Language Arts/Writing; $20
                                                                for a retake of Tests 2 - 5. The test fee is applicable for 60 days
2. Apply for an SCE Student ID
                                                                from date of registration. Fees subject to change without notice.
3. Attend the GED/ High School-to prepare for the exam
                                                                DAY OF THE EXAM: Arrive by 8:00am. You must have: positive
                                                                photo ID with birth date, signature and address, (such as Driver's
          LAB HOURS-Set your own schedule:
                                                                license, Passport, Military ID, Residency/Alien Card, or Mexican
 M-Th: 8:30am—2:45pm and/or M-Th: 6:00pm—9:00pm
                                                                Consulate Card). Parking permit needed to park in student lot.

                  GED EXAM                                      MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENTS: You must be 18+ years to
                                                                take the GED exam. There are some special circumstances that
          Offered through OC Department of Education            would allow a 17-year-old to take the GED. Contact the number
          Hosted at SCE’S Wilshire Campus, Fullerton            below for more information. Applicants with documented physical
                                                                and learning disabilities can request accommodations but must
             2009 GED EXAM DATES:                               be made at least four weeks in advance of the test date. Call
 JUNE 20 * JULY 18 * AUGUST 15 * SEPTEMBER 19                   Raelynn Holguin at (714) 992-9521 for further information.
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM
      Reach your dreams! Adult students, 18+ years
         Individualized teaching * Flexible hours
                      STEPS TO REGISTER:
   1. CHOOSE YOUR CAMPUS

   ANAHEIM CAMPUS              CYPRESS CAMPUS         WILSHIRE CAMPUS
   1830 W. Romneya Dr.         9200 Valley View       315 E. Wilshire
   Anaheim, CA 92801           Cypress, CA 90630      Fullerton, CA 92832
   Room 139                    Room SCE200-205        Room 118




   2. OBTAIN YOUR OFFICIALLY-SEALED TRANSCRIPTS with previ-
   ously completed high school work.


   3. APPLY FOR AN SCE STUDENT ID. Appointments for orientation
   cannot be made until you have an SCE ID.


   4. SCHEDULE YOUR ORIENTATION. Call the Counseling Office at
   your selected location to schedule your orientation.
                              Anaheim Campus
                               (714) 808-4682
                              Cypress Campus
                               (714) 484-7440
                        Wilshire Campus (Fullerton)
                              (714) 992-9565
   * NOTE: You must purchase a $2 one-day parking permit from the
   yellow parking lot machines before attending orientation.


                  GET STARTED TODAY!
         COLLEGE OR CAREER CERTIFICATE?
 Prepare for college or a career certificate while completing your high school
  diploma! Ask the SCE high school lab instructor or counselor for details
           about the Adult College & Career Transitions Program.
                        SCE LEARNING CENTERS
                     A Tutoring and Support Service for SCE Students
                            Individualized teaching * Flexible hours

ABOUT THE LEARNING SELF-PACED LAB STYLE
                   Students have an opportunity to work at their own pace to
CENTER             complete their educational goals.
•     The Learning Center provides assis-
      tance in gaining skills needed to at-
      tain personal and education goals in
                                                       LEARNING CENTER
      a relaxed and supportive environ-                LOCATIONS & HOURS
      ment.                                   Set your own schedule during these hours:
•     Faculty create individual student • Anaheim Campus (Rm 140)
      learning plans as well as one-on-one
      instruction in ALL subjects.                 M-Th: 8:30 a.m.—2:45 p.m.
•     Staff and tutors are available to work       M-Th: 5:00 p.m.—8:00 p.m.
      in small groups or one-on-one. They
      provide guidance and feedback in a • Cypress Campus (Rm SCE200-205)
      variety of subjects such as math,            M-Th: 8:30 a.m.—2:45 p.m.
      grammar, and reading.
•     Enrollment is on-going.
                                              • Wilshire Campus, Fullerton (Rm 105)
•     Computers available for online in-
      struction and assessment.                    M-Th: 8:30 a.m.—2:45 p.m.
•     If you require special accommoda-            M-Th: 5:00 p.m.—8:00 p.m
      tions for a verified disability, please
      contact our Disabled Student Pro-
      grams and Services department at
                                                       FREE TUTORING
      714-484-7057.                           In most subjects. All SCE students are welcome.


        HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR CAREER CERTIFICATE?
Interested in earning your high school diploma or preparing for a career certificate? Ask the SCE Learn-
   ing Center instructor or counselor for details about the Adult College & Career Transitions Program.




                                                    SCE LABS
SUPERVISED TUTORING                                           IMPROVING INDIVIDUAL SKILLS LAB
LABS/100                                                      ABE/120
Students will use tutorial assistance to enhance problem      For students interested in improving general and specific
solving skills, and increase comprehension of specific        academic subjects at the secondary level (grades 9-12)
subject areas. Tutors and instructors are there to help you   experiencing difficulty in curriculum ranging from basic aca-
prepare for tests and to complete homework. Enrollment is     demics to college preparatory.
by Instructor and Counselor referral only.                    Starts week of 6/22/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009; nc Jul 3
Dates: Jun 22-Aug 14; nc Jul 3-Jul 4                          CRN           DAYS                  PLACE         INSTR
CRN       DAYS                PLACE         INSTR             11783         MTWTh/7:30a-9p        FC/800        Staff
                                                                            F/7:30a-3:45p
11706     MTWTh/7a-8:45p      FC/800        Staff                           S/10a-2p
          FS/7a-3p                                            11784         MTWTh/9a-7p           LLRC/127      Staff
                                                              11782         MTWTh/9a-7p           LLRC          Staff
           CAREER PLANNING                                                 BUSINESS SKILLS
Educational planning services are available to students        For more information about Business classes, please call
currently enrolled in: English-as-a-Second Language            (714) 808-4673.
(ESL), Citizenship, Disabled Student Programs,
Parenting, High School Subjects, Basic Skills, Short-Term
Vocational classes and certification programs.                 HOW TO BE AN EFFECTIVE
                                                               NETWORKER
 The Counseling Center at the SCE Anaheim Campus               BUSN/360
Students enrolled in SCE classes can take advantage of         Do you find it hard to make conversation at business
this state-of-the-art career library, including the online     and social events? Networking can be the most efficient
career computer lab. Find out about a new career               way to promote your business and find customers but
direction, change careers, re-career, get ideas for your job   you need to network effectively in order opportunity to
search, work on a resume, research local college or job        learn the do's, don'ts and where's of of effective
training opportunities. Make an appointment to ensure          networking from a published author and international
staff assistance.                                              trainer. This workshop is particularly valuable not only
                                                               for professionals and business people who want to
      Location: Anaheim Campus, Room 215A                      increase their confidence and networking skills, but for
  Summer Hours: M-Th: 9am-4pm; Mon Eve until 7pm               anyone who wants to build business and social
         Fri: 9am-1pm; Sat & Sun: Closed                       relationships with others.
        Aug 9-Sept 8, 2009: hours vary –                       Dates: Jul 18-Jul 18
             call ahead: 714-808-4683                          CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                               80354 S/9a-1p        AN/104          Adamo        $40
CAREER SEARCH STRATEGIES
CNED/245                NEW!
Our role is to provide you with the tools and training to
conduct a highly effective job search program. This
includes a customized job search game plan, a self
assessment of your career strengths, effective self                BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
presentation       strategies      and       negotiating
recommendations to maximize your earnings.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8
                                                               HOW TO SELL ON EBAY
*Dates: Jun 30-Jul 28                                          BUSN/425                                       NEW!
CRN DAYS               PLACE           INSTR         FEE       Everyone has lots of stuff in closets, drawers and
81089 S/9a-11a         WIL/218         Reyes         $50       garages. Some even pay for storage areas to hold this
81088* T/6p-8p         SCE200/223      Reyes         $50       stuff. Why not make some money by selling your things
                                                               on eBay? This class will show you how. We will discuss
                                                               organization, categorization and writing posts.
                                                               Dates: Jun 30-Jul 7
                                                               CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                               81203 T/6:30p-       AN/504          Staff        $40
                                                                     8:30p
  ENGLISH & COMMUNICATION
For more information about English & Communication
classes, please call (714) 484-7038.
                                                                      FINANCIAL PLANNING &
DELIVERING PRESENTATIONS WITH
                                                                           INVESTING
CONFIDENCE
                                                               If you need more detailed information please call (714)
ENCO/520                                                       808-4673.
Many of us are required or asked to give presentations
in class, at work, or at social events, yet we are too
fearful or lack the knowledge to give a presentation           RETIREMENT PLANNING TODAY
effectively and confidently. By understanding the fear         FINC/338
and by offering exercises in a safe and positive growth
                                                               Learn how to make your retirement comfortable and
environment, the published author of "31 Tips to
                                                               free of money worries through this information packed
Becoming an Effective Presenter," will gently guide you
                                                               seminar. Learn about basic investment products and
in transcending your presentation fears and becoming
                                                               strategies which can maximize return, lower taxes and
confident in presenting to others. You may even learn
                                                               provide financial security. Topics: Retirement and
to enjoy giving presentations.
                                                               Financial Planning, Tax Planning, Investments, Health,
Dates: Jul 9-Jul 30
                                                               Life, Medicare and Long Term Care Insurance.
CRN DAYS               PLACE           INSTR         FEE       Dates: Jul 16-Jul 23
81070 Th/7p-9p         SCE200/223      Adamo         $50
                                                               CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                               80242 Th/6:30p-      AN/108          Bowman       $59
                                                                     9:30p
INVESTMENT STRATEGIES TO                                      BUSINESS/COMPUTER SKILLS LAB
BUILD AND PROTECT YOUR NEST                                   CCTR/100
EGG                                                           Enjoy free, flexible scheduling for a variety of courses:
FINC/322A                                                     Office      Keyboarding,     Data     Entry,      10-Key,
                                                              Typing/Keyboarding for Speed and Accuracy, Windows
This class will cover all the basic investment products
                                                              XP, MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook,
and strategies which can maximize investment return,
                                                              PowerPoint), Intro to Internet and World Wide Web,
lower taxes, and provide financial security.
                                                              internet access and free email!
Conservative personal and family investing will be
emphasized. Specific areas of discussion will be              Dates: Jun 22-Aug 14; nc Jul 3
Market Trends, Fixed Income, How to Buy and Sell              *Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009; nc
Stocks, Mutual Funds, Annuities, Long Term Care,              Jul 3-Jul 4
Retirement accounts and Estate Planning. This class is        CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
essential for growing and protecting your assets.             11819 MTWTh/8a-10p          FC/500          Staff
                                                                     F/8a-5p
Dates: Jul 14-Jul 28                                          11859* MTWTh/8a-4p          SCE200/209      Staff
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE              F/9a-12p
80129 T/6:30p-9p AN/108                Goffin       $39       11785* MTWTh/9a-9p          AN/304          Staff
                                                                     S/9a-12p
                                                                     F/12:30p-3:30p
SECRETS OF REAL ESTATE
FINANCING
FINC/333                                                      INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
Learn about real estate loans, costs, loan processing,        COMP/100
qualifications, appraisals, escrows and underwriting.         Designed for those who know nothing or very little
Find out how "not" to be taken: when getting a loan,          about computers.       Builds computer technology
interest rates, junk fees, lock-ins, false quotes,            understanding, makes one a better consumer of
choosing a lender. For consumers, new loan officers,          computers and products, and explores operation
loan processors or investors.                                 systems, software and hardware. Provides foundation
Dates: Jun 23-Jul 21                                          for other SCE computer classes.
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE       Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009
81213 T/7p-9:30p SCECYP/107 Stiles                  $60       CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
                                                              81164 TTh/9a-12p            AN/302          Esparza
                                                              81024 TTh/5:30p-8:30p       SCE200/211      Benson
                                                              81036 MW/6:30p-9:30p        AN/312          Esparza


                                                              BEGINNING KEYBOARDING
                 COMPUTERS                                    COMP/685
                                                              Stop hunt and pecking at the keyboard with this short
For more information about Computer classes, please           course Learn the keyboard layout to build speed and
call (714) 808-4919.                                          accuracy. Course covers proper technique at the
                                                              computer keyboard as well as 10-key keyboarding.
                                                              Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
GET AHEAD WITH COMPUTER SKILLS!                               CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
SCE OFFERS: Quality instructors, state-of-the-art             81068 MW/12:30p-2p          SCE200/211      Grane
laboratories, convenient offerings, all of the latest
software!
                                                              INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT
MOST SCE COMPUTER COURSES ARE FREE!                           WINDOWS
SCE has been a leader in computer instruction for 20
years, offering INTRODUCTORY through ADVANCED                 MS/104
COURSES. Certificates of Completion are available.            Learn the newest Windows operating system; includes
                                                              desktop and file management, security, adding
NOTE: NOCCCD SCE non-credit computer courses are              hardware and software, personalizing Windows XP,
not transferable and will not be recognized for credit by     making connections and communicating with other
other institutions, including Fullerton College and Cypress   people. Recommended proficiency in: Introduction to
College. These are non-credit computer classes and            Computers or equivalent.
cannot be considered equivalent to or prerequisites for       Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009
computer classes at a community college. For example,         CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
CCTR 100 is NOT equivalent to CIS 100.                        81078 TTh/12:15p-3:15p AN/302               Yee
                                                              81235 MT/6:30p-9:30p AN/307                 Eggers
GRADING POLICY: Some SCE Computer courses are
considered Career Development and College Preparation
by SCE. Students will receive a grade of Pass, No Pass,
or Withdrawal. All grades awarded will appear on the
student transcript or permanent student record. Please
refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION section in the back
of this schedule for further information or visit
www.sce.edu/gradingpolicy for information regarding
withdrawal dates specific to each course.
DISCOVER THE INTERNET                                      MS EXCEL - POWER-USER SKILLS
COMP/105                                                   MS/165
A hands-on overview of Internet concepts, Web              This course is for people who are comfortable using MS
browsing using Internet Explorer; email, newsgroups,       Excel and who want to develop "power skills". Topics
FTP, netiquette, security issues, research, and more.      include computational techniques (defining names,
Hands-on including on-line browsing. Recommended           nested IF functions, summarizing data), using Excel's
proficiency in: Introduction to Computers or equivalent.   database tools (tables, database operations, lookup
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009            functions), and expert skills (conditional formatting,
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR          macros). Also covered are advanced formatting
81077 MW/12:15p-3:15p AN/302                Yee            techniques and shortcuts for accelerating productivity.
81073 TTh/6p-9p       AN/302                Lau            Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
                                                           CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
                                                           81040 TTh/6p-9p             AN/403          Fiske
DIGITAL PHOTO ALBUMS FOR
BEGINNERS
COMP/121                                                   INTRODUCTION TO ACCESS
Learn how to import photos from various sources;           MS/106
organize and manage photos; perform basic editing          Design databases using this popular software package.
functions of photos and share albums; create slide         Includes creating tables, forms, reports and labels.
shows and video CDs; and create cards, calendars,          Recommended proficiency in:           Introduction to
albums, and a photo book using Adobe Photoshop             Computers, Introduction to Windows or equivalent.
Album and other methods. Windows knowledge is              Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
recommended. Textbook may be required.                     CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8                                        81041 M/6p-9p               AN/405          Fiske
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR                W/6p-9p               AN/303
81018 S/8a-12p              AN/405          Alvarado
                                                           QUICKBOOKS FUNDAMENTALS FOR
MS OFFICE - OVERVIEW                                       THE FINANCIAL OFFICE
MS/160                                                     APPLICATIONS
Learn the basics of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and            COMP/650
Access in one class. Topics include document               Teaches students the basics of using the QuickBooks
formatting, working with graphics, basic formulas,         software to develop customized financial application for
queries and reports. This class serves as a foundation     business. The course covers special techniques for
for other MS Office Courses.                               reducing data entry time, eliminating errors and getting
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5                                        consistent results. Upon completion students will
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR          understand the basics of QuickBooks to simplify
81028 MW/8:30a-11:30a AN/403                Esparza        financial tasks.
                                                           Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009
                                                           CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
INTRODUCTION TO WORD                                       81075 TTh/9a-12p            AN/403          Moran
MS/144                                                     81030 MW/5:30p-8:30p        SCE200/211      D'Aiuto
Provides a basic working knowledge of Word. Covers
topics such as formatting with fonts, paragraph
alignment, indents, margins, inserting clip art bullets
and numbering, columns and tables. Recommended
proficiency in: Introduction to Computers, Introduction
to Windows or equivalent.
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
81076 T/6p-9p               AN/312          Moran
      Th/6p-9p              AN/307
81069 MW/6:30p-9:30p        AN/302          Heasley


INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL
MS/105
Provides a basic working knowledge of this popular
spreadsheet program. Covers topics such as formulas,
functions, and charting. Recommended proficiency in:
Introduction to Computers, Introduction to Windows or
equivalent.
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
81042 TTh/8:30a-11:30a AN/405               Douglas
81035 T/6:30p-9:30p    AN/301               Esparza
      Th/6:30p-9:30p   AN/303
                                                                   ADOBE INDESIGN
                                                                   DIG/151
 DIGITAL MEDIA, WEB & VIDEO                                        Prerequisite: Computer Literacy. Class will consist of
                                                                   hands-on exercises to develop page layout and design
For more information about the Digital Media, Web, and             skills. This course is designed for those who have no
Video Program classes, please email ocdmc@sce.edu.                 prior knowledge or experience with InDesign. Projects
                                                                   include ads, brochures, catalog pages, newsletters and
                                                                   some web page application. Bring Flash Drive. PC lab
 WEBSITE DESIGN CERTIFICATE                                        only. Textbooks required.
 Complete six of the courses required for this certificate and     Dates: Jul 9-Aug 27
 receive the last class FREE! Present copies of the six            CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
 certificates to the registration desk at least two days before
                                                                   80177 Th/6p-9:45p AN/310             Burger       $195
 the class begins to receive the last class for FREE. Courses
 are taught at the NOCCCD Anaheim Campus in PC Labs.

 Step 1- Enroll in one at a time or all at the same time:
 Adobe Photoshop (Beginning)                                               Website Design Classes
 Adobe Illustrator (Beginning)
 Web Site Design (HTML)
                                                                   WEBSITE DESIGN HTML
 Step 2-Enroll in one at a time or both at the same time:
 Adobe Dreamweaver (Beginning)
                                                                   DIG/112
 Adobe Flash (Beginning)                                           Prerequisite: Knowledge of Internet, operating system
                                                                   navigation, basic computer skills, opening/saving
 Step 3- Enroll in one at a time or both at the same time:         documents. Learn the basic principles of web page
 Adobe Dreamweaver (Intermediate)                                  construction; edit and format HTML documents. Make
 Adobe Flash (Intermediate)                                        hyperlinks to other pages, make tables, build forms,
                                                                   embed and optimize images. Learn about JPG, GIF
 REQUIREMENTS: All courses must be completed with SCE              formats, create frames; learn to use Java and
 Students must bring a flash drive. Some courses require           JavaScript, review professional web-authoring tools like
 textbooks and/or DVDs. Read full course descriptions at           Dreamweaver and Fireworks. Bring Flash Drive. PC
 www.sce.edu/schedule or at www.ocdmc.com.                         lab only. Textbook Required.
 Prices subject to change. REFUNDS: See GENERAL                    Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/24/2009
 INFORMATION section in the back of this schedule for              CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
 policy. A refund policy must be filled out 48 hours before        81214 F/12p-3:45p AN/313             Quintanilla $195
 the class starts. No refunds after the class starts.              80175 W/6p-9:45p AN/307              Herrera     $195


                                                                   ADOBE DREAMWEAVER
             Graphic Arts Classes                                  (BEGINNING)
                                                                   DIG/105
                                                                   Prerequisite: Knowledge of internet, operating system
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP                                                    navigation, basic computer skills, opening/saving
(BEGINNING)                                                        documents. Learn the principles of web design and how
DIG/102                                                            to edit HTML documents. Integrate web graphics find
                                                                   resources on the Web and survey advanced techniques
Prerequisite: Computer literacy. Topics include basic
                                                                   related to E-commerce websites. Create your own site
interface, file formats, color models, scanning,
                                                                   and demo your work in last class. Bring Flash Drive. PC
resolution, image size, actions, selections, layers,
                                                                   lab only. Textbook Required.
masks, paths, typography, enhancing photos, painting,
                                                                   Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/24/2009
filters, special effects and web graphics. Bring Flash
Drive. PC lab only. Textbooks required.                            CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                                   81215 W/12p-3:45p AN/310             Quintanilla $195
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/24/2009                    80172 T/6p-9:45p AN/313              Peirce      $195
CRN DAYS                PLACE             INSTR             FEE
80348 M/12p-3:45p AN/313                  Quintanilla $195
80170 F/6p-9:45p AN/313                   Herrera     $195         ADOBE DREAMWEAVER
                                                                   (INTERMEDIATE)
ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR                                                  DIG/162
(BEGINNING)                                                        Prerequisite: Beginning Dreamweaver. Students will
DIG/103                                                            build upon their beginning Dreamweaver and/or HTML
                                                                   skills to learn how to develop more interactive and
Prerequisite: Computer literacy. Create stunning
                                                                   sophisticated websites. Special emphasis will be placed
graphics which add depth and excitement to any layout.
                                                                   on developing and linking to databases using
Start with the basics of object-oriented rendering and
                                                                   Dreamweaver. Bring Flash Drive. PC lab only.
coloring and continue with custom type and text
                                                                   Textbook Required.
features, templates, layers, blends and filters. Bring
                                                                   Dates: Jul 10-Aug 28
Flash Drive. PC lab only. Textbooks required.
Dates: Jul 8-Aug 26
                                                                   CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                                   80252 F/6p-9:45p AN/310              Shah         $195
CRN DAYS                PLACE             INSTR             FEE
80176 W/6p-9:45p AN/313                   Burger            $195
ADOBE FLASH PRO                                             ADOBE AFTER EFFECTS
(BEGINNING)                                                 DIG/114
DIG/106                                                     Prerequisite: Adobe Photoshop and Premiere skills.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of internet, operating system       Learn the Adobe After Effects work area; integrating
navigation, basic computer skills, opening/saving           video and graphic motion, creative mattes, animation,
documents. Students will learn how to use Flash to do       filtering, and multimedia animation. Bring DVD/Flash
web animations, interactivity and will build complete       Drive. PC lab only.
websites using only Flash. Learn basic animation, key       Dates: Jul 8-Aug 26
frames, tweening, movie clips, basic action script,         CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR         FEE
preparing images for web/multimedia and more! Bring         80178 W/6p-9:45p AN/310               Nord          $195
Flash Drive. PC lab only. Textbook required.
Dates: Jul 9-Aug 27
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE      SILK - ILLUSTRATOR
80174 Th/6p-9:45p AN/313              Herrera      $195     DIG/175
                                                            Prior experience with Illustrator required. Intermediate
                                                            to advanced techniques of Illustration using the pen
ADOBE FLASH PRO                                             tool, clipping masks, gradients, blends, and gradient
(INTERMEDIATE)                                              meshes to create watercolor and silk painting effects.
DIG/135                                                     Printing to various medias, including silk will be
                                                            explored.
Prerequisite: Beginning Flash. Students must have a
complete understanding of Flash basics: tweening,           Dates: Jul 6-Aug 24
motion paths, the library, movie clips and basic action     CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR         FEE
script. Learn to use Flash for complex web animations,      81216 M/6p-9:45p AN/310               Staff         $195
special effects, and sophisticated interactivity. Learn
intermediate action scripting which includes working        MOBILE DEVICE GAME
with objects, classes, methods, properties, functions
and event handlers. Controlling multiple timelines,         DEVELOPMENT
sound effects and text will be taught as well as adding     DIG/180
dynamic interactivity to the movie and clip. Bring Flash    An introduction of game theory and game design as it
Drive. PC lab only. Textbook required.                      pertains to websites and mobile devices. The class will
Dates: Jul 6-Aug 24                                         focus on action script 3 programming language with
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE      emphasis on user interaction. Course includes hands-
80173 M/6p-9:45p AN/313               Herrera      $195     on exercises for art asset generation, game play
                                                            mechanics and audio. Textbook required.
                                                            Dates: Jul 11-Aug 29
SOLID WORKS FOR THE DESIGNER                                CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR         FEE
(INTERMEDIATE)                                              81196 S/8:30a-        AN/313          Herrera       $195
DIG/165                                                           12:30p
Prerequisite: Beginning Solidworks. Class will consist of
hands-on exercises to develop 3D CAD design skills
with state-of-the-art intuitive, parametric 3D CAD
system. This course is designed for students who have            DISABLED STUDENT
completed SolidWorks (Beginning). The intermediate
course will focus on achieving a more in-depth                 PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
understanding of SolidWorks by implementing more
advanced operations. Bring Flash Drive.
                                                            For more information about the Disabled Student
Dates: Jul 6-Aug 24                                         Programs and Services, please call (714) 484-7057 or
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE      TTY: (714) 781-8165.
81236 M/6p-9:45p AN/303               Staff        $195


                                                                           FREE! ENROLL AT ANYTIME!
           Digital Video Classes                             DSP&S services (interpreter services, tutors, not e takers,
                                                             etc.) are offered for those students with disabilities who
                                                             enroll in general SCE classes. Special classes are
ADOBE PREMIERE PRO                                           offered for those students who would not benefit from
DIG/101                                                      general SCE classes. Special classes are offered for
Prerequisite: Computer Literacy. Edit in real-time and       those students who would not benefit from general SCE
enjoy an elegant interface. Create productions that          offerings. Students are expected to maintain good
stand-out using new professional tools such as color         attendance; excessive absences may result in a student
correction, multiple nestable timelines, keyframable         being dropped. Those with disabilities are encouraged to
effects and much more. Work with your tools of choice        make arrangements for support services at least four
thanks to tight integration with leading video hardware      weeks prior to start of class.
and software. Bring DVD/Flash Drive. PC lab only.
Dates: Jul 7-Aug 25
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
80171 T/6p-9:45p AN/310               Nord         $195
INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS                                   CRITICAL THINKING
DSPS/124                                                    DSPS/150
A comprehensive program for adults with                     Designed to assist adults with disabilities in acquiring or
developmental disabilities to improve the social,           improving critical thinking skills necessary to function
academic, personal, prevocational and avocational           independently in a variety of activities, situations, and
capabilities.                                               environments. Emphasis on problem solving and
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 7; nc Jul 3                               decision making through understanding and evaluating
CRN DAYS                    PLACE               INSTR       situations, utilizing knowledge of cause and effect
81142 MTWThF/9a-2:30p WIL/207    Anderson                   relationships, exploring options, and planning and
                                 Pietrzak                   implementing strategies.
81128 MTWThF/9a-2:30p SCECYP/103 Brown                      Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
                                 Crawford                   CRN DAYS                     PLACE            INSTR
                                                            81116 MW/12:30p-3p           AN/132           Staff
PERSONAL SAFETY FOR STUDENTS
WITH DISABILITIES                                           BEGINNING BANKING FOR
DSPS/175                                                    STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
This course is designed to introduce students with          DSPS/180
developmental disabilities to personal safety               This class is for students with disabilities who want to
awareness. Students with disabilities will be presented     learn how to spell money amounts, fill out an check,
with proactive steps to take to avoid dangerous             make a deposit, record checks and deposits in a check
situations in the community and at home. Students with      register, and record ATM transactions in a register.
disabilities will also be presented with basic techniques   This class would beneficial for students: who want to
for self defense and first aid.                             learn the basics of banking, who need practice with the
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6                                         basics of banking, or who are new and would like to
CRN DAYS                    PLACE               INSTR       take the Banking for Apartment Living class.
81222 TTh/9a-11:30a         WIL/201             Stephens    Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
                                                            CRN DAYS                     PLACE            INSTR
                                                            81114 MW/9a-11:30a           AN/303           Williams
EXPLORATORY ARTS FOR                                        81129 MW/12:30p-3p           SCE200/200       Staff
VISUALLY IMPAIRED
DSPS/111
A course designed for students with visual impairments,     SOCIAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR
which provides experience using various art media.          STUDENTS WITH DISABLITIES
Dates: Jun 30-Sep 8                                         DSPS/185
CRN DAYS                    PLACE               INSTR       Geared for students with disabilities to learn how to
81250 T/12:30p-2:30p        Braille Institute Tebo          create a social life for themselves by discussing how to
                                                            meet people and making friends, identifying low cost
                                                            activities, learning age appropriate games to play with
MOBILITY SKILLS                                             guest, practicing social manners, and planning a social
DSPS/155                                                    event and carrying it out.
A class designed for students with disabilities to          Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009
enhance independence by introducing safe practices          CRN DAYS                     PLACE            INSTR
and knowledge for using public transportation.              81133 TTh/12:30p-3p          SCE200/223       Cunningham
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009             81117 MW/12:30p-3p           AN/404           Williams
CRN DAYS                    PLACE               INSTR
81140 MW/9a-3p              SCECYP/107 Gottdank
81212 TTh/9a-3p             AN/132     Gottdank             BEGINNING COMPUTERS / OPEN
81141 MW/9a-3p              WIL/201    Stephens             LAB FOR ADULTS WITH
                                                            DISABILITIES
KINESTHETIC PE FOR VISUALLY                                 DSPS/190
IMPAIRED                                                    This course is designed to provide students who have
                                                            developmental disabilities with the knowledge to
DSPS/119                                                    develop or maintain skills in basic computer
A class designed for students with visual impairments       applications such as, but not limited to: Windows, word
to improve body awareness, stamina, cardiovascular          processing, data entry, Internet navigation,
fitness and muscle tone.         Instruction will be        keyboarding, and remedial academic software.
characterized by specialized techniques relying on          Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 9/7/2009; nc
tactile input to the students.                              Sep 7
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 9/7/2009; nc         *Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
Sep 7                                                       CRN DAYS                     PLACE            INSTR
CRN DAYS                    PLACE               INSTR       81397 TTh/8:30a-3p           Westview       Draffan
81240   T/9:30a-11:30a      Braille Institute   Tebo                                     Vocational Ctr
81243   Th/9:30a-11:30a     Braille Institute   Tebo        81398 MW/8:30a-2p            Westview       Hoggatt
81256   M/9:30a-11:30a      Braille Institute   Rigali                                   Vocational Ctr
81244   W/9:30a-11:30a      Braille Institute   Tebo        81119* TTh/12:30p-3p         AN/303         Staff
81247   Th/12:30p-2:30p     Braille Institute   Tebo
81245   W/12:30p-2:30p      Braille Institute   Tebo
HAVE INTERNET; WILL TRAVEL                                  ACTOR'S WORKSHOP
DSPS/195                                                    DSPS/225
This course is designed to provide students who have        This course is designed to expose students with
developmental disabilities with the knowledge to            disabilities to basic acting techniques. Additionally, the
develop the skills needed for travel planning while         acting, focused on everyday social dilemmas, will
building computer and researching skills by use of the      enhance the student's ability to interpret and then deal
Internet. Students will plan 3 trips: a day trip, a         with these everyday life situations on a regular basis.
weekend get-away, and a week vacation.                      Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5                                         *Dates: Jul 10-Aug 7
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR           CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR
81122 MW/9a-11:30a          SCE200/200      Draffan         81115 MW/9a-11:30a           AN/404          Staff
                                                            81136* F/9a-3p               SCE200/223      Cunningham
                                                            81165 TTh/12:30p-3p          WIL/201         Staff
RULES OF THE ROAD
DSPS/200
This course is designed to provide students who have
developmental disabilities with the knowledge to
increase awareness as a pedestrian/bicyclist or future
                                                                  DSP&S OFF-SITE CLASS
licensed driver about the laws and rules of the road.                 LOCATIONS
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
81124 TTh/9a-11:30a         SCE200/200      Barrett         CRN         LOCATION
                                                            81186       Empower Community Day Program
                                                            81208       Empower Community Day Program
                                                            81194       Enriching-DSPS
PHOTOSHOP FOR STUDENTS WITH                                 81210       Enriching-DSPS
DISABILITIES                                                81174       Or Cty Assoc Retrded Citizens
DSPS/210                                                    81175       Or Cty Assoc Retrded Citizens
                                                            81176       Or Cty Assoc Retrded Citizens
Through class and individual instruction students with      81201       Or Cty Assoc Retrded Citizens
developmental or learning disabilities will acquire basic   81204       Real Challenges Inc.
knowledge and skills in digital photography and             81178       West Anaheim Therapeutic Res
manipulation of photographs utilizing the Adobe             81207       West Anaheim Therapeutic Res
Photoshop Elements program. Students will also              81177       Westminster Therapeutic Ctr
develop their creativity through personalized               81202       Westminster Therapeutic Ctr
PhotoShop projects.                                         81195       Westview Vocational Ctr
Dates: Jul 10-Aug 7                                         81200       Westview Vocational Ctr
                                                            81205       Westview Vocational Ctr
*Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6                                        81206       Westview Vocational Ctr
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR           81209       Westview Vocational Ctr
81120 F/9a-3p               AN/303          Barrett         81211       Westview Vocational Ctr
81132* TTh/12:30p-3p        SCE200/200      Barrett


GET IN SHAPE: HEALTHY EATING
AND EXERCISE
DSPS/215                                                        HOME DECORATIVE ARTS
Students with disabilities will learn the benefits of
healthy eating and proper exercise. Students will
prepare four healthy snacks and participate in exercise                    Clothing Design
activities. Students should consult with a physician
before starting an exercise program.
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6                                         SEWING FOR BEGINNERS
*Dates: Jul 10-Aug 7                                        CC/112
CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR           Learn to sew with easy new methods. Covers any
81126 TTh/9a-11:30a         SCE200/223      Staff           project that has to do with fabrics of any kind for home
81121* F/9a-3p              AN/132          Gottdank        or family. Know your machine, consumer purchasing;
                                                            understand patterns and alterations. Make what you
                                                            like and get creative!
SUMMER COOKING                                              Dates: Jun 29-Aug 3
DSPS/220                                                    CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR
This course is designed to provide students that have       81399 M/6p-9:30p             SCE200/204      Caverly
developmental disabilities with the knowledge and skills    80069 M/6p-9:30p             AN/402B         Martinez
needed to cook simple, nutritious meals. We will plan
our meal, walk to the grocery store, shop for food,
prepare the meal together, and clean up.
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
*Dates: Jul 10-Aug 7
CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR
81118 TTh/9a-11:30a         AN/404  Guajardo
81161* F/9a-3p              WIL/201 Pietrzak
81137* F/9a-3p              SCECYP/ Draffan
                            107
WOMEN'S TAILORING                                                        Drawing & Painting
CC/115
Create today's fashions with styles that precisely fit and
enhance your body image. Textile properties, faster          PAINTING
techniques, proper interfacings, fool-proof pockets,         ARTC/160
lining and pressing will result in garments costing far      Discover the wonderful possibilities of expressing
less than designer outfits. Computer analysis/drafting,      yourself with various painting mediums. All skill levels
industrial/regular machines use, ready-to-wear               are welcome. A lecture/demonstration on materials,
alterations and accessory items will be covered. May         techniques, color, and composition is followed by a
include men's tailoring. All levels welcome!                 guided lab session. Voluntary supportive critiques held
Dates: Jul 10-Aug 7                                          at the end of each class.
CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR           Dates: Jun 30-Jul 28
80049 F/9a-1p                AN/402B         Martinez        CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR          FEE
                                                             80184 T/1p-4p         AN/402A         Innes          $40
DRESSMAKING
CC/116                                                       DRAWING: BASICS AND BEYOND
Learn how to make the newest fashions, dresses,              ARTC/165
skirts, blouses, jackets and pants. Emphasizes couture       Drawing is the foundation of all visual arts. Learn
techniques, pattern adjustment, developing speed,            fundamentals of drawing in this exciting hands-on
wardrobe planning, intro to tailoring. Inter/Adv students    class. Acquire technical and perceptual skills while
only! Please bring your own sewing machine or use            exploring properties of line, shape, value, perspective,
one of ours.                                                 and composition. All levels welcome.
Dates: Jul 2-Aug 6                                           Dates: Jun 30-Jul 28
CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR           CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR          FEE
80051 Th/9a-1p               SCE200/204      Martinez        80351 T/9a-12p        AN/402A         Innes          $40


FLAT PATTERN METHOD                                          DRAWING WITH THE RIGHT SIDE OF
CC/120                                                       YOUR BRAIN
Create individualized basic patterns using your              ARTC/800
measurements and conventional drafting methods.              If you have practiced drawing in the past but feel stuck,
Some computer aided drafting. Some "draping"                 or want to draw beyond stick figures, come enjoy
offered. Design a variety of garment details for             learning how to draw using the right side of your brain!
bodices, necklines, collars, sleeves, skirts, dresses,       This technique is fun and successful regardless of your
jackets and pants.                                           art background. Materials will be provided.
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 4                                          Dates: Jun 30-Aug 4
CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR           CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR          FEE
80054 T/9a-1p                SCE200/204      Martinez        80106 T/6p-7p         WIL/207         Fowler         $25

CARE AND USE OF OVERLOCK                                     TOLE AND DECORATIVE ARTS
MACHINE                                                      (INTERMEDIATE)
CC/126                                                       HD/111
Designed for the individual with little or no knowledge of   Student will build on the basic skills learned in basic
how to use an overlock/serger machine. This course           Tole and Decorative classes. Using acrylic paint
covers basic operation of the machine, how the stitches      students will use a variety of strokes and techniques to
are formed and how to adjust the tensions according to       decorate a variety of surfaces such as: tin, wood,
the thread and fabric being used and desired type of         porcelain and furniture. Some painting experience is
stitch.                                                      necessary for this class.
Dates: Jul 1-Aug 5                                           Dates: Jul 1-Aug 5
CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR           CRN DAYS                    PLACE             INSTR
80050 W/6p-9:30p             SCE200/204      Martinez        80402 W/9a-12:30p           AN/402A           Daun


                      Quilting                                          Improving Lifestyles
PATCHWORK, QUILTING AND                                      PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS
APPLIQUE                                                     ETIQUETTE
CC/130                                                       CNED/235
Introduction to patchwork with a foolproof method for        This class will empower you to present yourself with
assembling patchwork squares. May cover tying,               confidence and authority. Topics covered include dining
quilting, frames and finishing. *Includes related            skills, introductions, how to make an entrance,
projects.                                                    remembering names, handshaking, conversation &
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009              listening skills.
CRN DAYS                  PLACE              INSTR           Dates: Jul 16-Jul 30
80048 W/4:30p-8p          Tall Mouse-YL      Gordon          CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR          FEE
80431 Th/4:30p-8p         Tall Mouse-YL      Gordon          81001 Th/7p-8:30p SCECYP/104 Wantland                $40
80234 T/6p-9:30p          AN/402B            Caverly
                   Photography                                   BABIES LOVE MUSIC
                                                                 (AGES 4-14 MONTHS)
                                                                 PARN/147
BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY THE                                            Music listening and music activities provide an excellent
MECHANICS OF DIGITAL                                             foundation for your baby's cognitive and social
PHOTOGRAPHY                                                      development. Mix together: One part thunder on a
FOTO/101                                                         large gathering drum. Add small hand drums. Sprinkle
Strengthen your photographic skills. Become familiar             liberally with rhythm band instruments, singing and
with current equipment for digital cameras. Instruction          puppets. Top it off with guitar, harmonica, and
includes composition, digital formats, lenses, f-stops           recorded music. MMM...mmm... good! Enrollment
and shutter speeds, electronic flash, and night                  limited to 14.
photography. Discussion will include how Photoshop               Dates: Jun 30-Jul 21
software impacts photography. Dave Rosenberger has               CRN DAYS              PLACE              INSTR FEE
taught photography for over 30 years. He has worked              80204 T/11a-12p       WIL/204          Greeno $20
for Canon USA in both technical and sales capacities.            81239 T/2:30p-        Yorba Linda      Greeno $20
He teaches photography with the North Orange County                    3:30p           Church of Christ
College District.
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 7/27/2009                 KIDS LOVE MUSIC
CRN DAYS                PLACE            INSTR         FEE
80168 T/6:30p-          AN/607           Rosenberger $45         (AGES 1-2)
      9:30p                                                      PARN/148
80109 W/6:30p-          WIL/203          Rosenberger $45         Music activities provide an excellent foundation for your
      9:30p                                                      preschooler's cognitive and social development. Mix
                                                                 together: One part thunder on Indian tom toms. Add
                                                                 glockenspiels and xylophones for rain. Sprinkle
PHOTOGRAPHY                                                      liberally with rhythm band instruments, singing and
(INTERMEDIATE)                                                   puppets. Top it off with guitar, harmonica, and recorded
FOTO/102                                                         music. MMM...mmm...good...Enrollment limited to 14.
Sharpen your photographic skills. Become familiar with           Dates: Jun 30-Jul 21
current day equipment and express your creative                  CRN DAYS              PLACE              INSTR FEE
talents. Covers portrait photography, special effects,           Ages 1-2
night-time digital photography. Field trip with instruction      80105 T/10a-11a       WIL/204            Greeno $20
included.                                                        Ages 1-4
Dates: Jul 2-Jul 30                                              80153 T/12p-1p        WIL/204          Greeno $20
CRN DAYS                PLACE            INSTR         FEE       81241 T/3:30p-        Yorba Linda      Greeno $20
                                                                        4:30p          Church of Christ
80055 Th/6:30p-         WIL/203          Rosenberger $90         81242 T/4:30p-        Yorba Linda      Greeno $20
      9:30p                                                             5:30p          Church of Christ
                                                                 Ages 2-4
                                                                 80102 T/9a-10a        WIL/204            Greeno $20


                                                                 KINDERGYM - TODDLER FITNESS
                   PARENTING                                     PARN/104A
                                                                 Parents and children enjoy exercise, movement and
                                                                 music together. Emphasis on developing large motor
Parenting classes provide a wonderful opportunity to bond
                                                                 skills, coordination and self-esteem. Class provides an
with your child. Share in activities with your child that will
                                                                 opportunity for parents to observe and interact with
stimulate social, emotional, physical and intellectual
                                                                 child. All activities introduced can be done by parents
growth. Recent studies are showing that a pre-school
                                                                 with child at home.
experience better prepares your child for success in
                                                                 Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 7/27/2009
school and beyond. Many of these parenting classes
provide that type of experience for the child and positive       CRN DAYS                 PLACE              INSTR
parenting techniques and other skills to reinforce at home       Ages 1-2
                                                                 80073 M/9a-10a           Yorba Linda      Dodson
what is learned in the classroom.                                                         Church of Christ
                                                                 80148 T/9a-10a           AN/134           Dodson
Children must attend classes with a registered adult. The        80072 W/9a-10a           WIL/204          Dodson
adult registering for the class can be the parent,               Ages 2-3
grandparent, neighbor or guardian.                               80217 M/10a-11a          Yorba Linda      Dodson
                                                                                          Church of Christ
Yorba Linda Parenting Classes with code YLC will be held         80213 T/10a-11a          AN/134           Dodson
at the Yorba Linda Church of Christ at 4382 Eureka               80215 W/10a-11a          WIL/204          Dodson
Avenue, Yorba Linda, CA 92886.                                   Ages 3-4.5
                                                                 80216 W/11a-12p          WIL/204          Dodson
                                                                 80218 M/11a-12p          Yorba Linda      Dodson
                                                                                          Church of Christ
                                                                 80214 T/11a-12p          AN/134           Dodson
JOYFUL PARENTING - CREATIVE                                               CAREER TECHNICAL
ART/MUSIC
PARN/101                                                                     EDUCATION
Parent and child will enjoy self-esteem building
activities together; songs and music; easel and finger         CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE) PROGRAM
painting; band and blocks; school readiness; crafts and        INFORMATION
Playdoh. Includes activity ideas to do at home. (Please
bring a snack).                                                WHEN TO REGISTER: Students should enroll during the
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009                Registration period (see registration information, online and
*Dates: Jun 29-Jul 2                                           walk-in, in the front of this book).
†Dates: Jul 10-Aug 7
‡Dates: Jul 2-Jul 30                                           FIRST CLASS ATTENDANCE: To secure your place in
CRN      DAYS           PLACE              INSTR               class, you must attend the first class. If you are not in
Ages 1.5-2.5                                                   class ONE HOUR after the scheduled starting time your spot
80211 M/9a-11a          WIL/204            Washburn Thompson   could be reassigned to a student on the Wait List.
81091* MTWTh/9a-        SCECYP/117         Wahhab
         11a                                                   ORIENTATION: It is highly recommended that all NEW
80241 Th/9a-11a       AN/134               Washburn Thompson   students attend their program orientation. To reserve a place
80228† F/9a-11a       WIL/204              Washburn Thompson   at orientation, please call (714) 808-4681.
80226 T/9a-11a        Yorba Linda          Stearns
                      Church of Christ                         GRADING POLICY: The following courses are considered
80225    Th/9a-11a    Yorba Linda          Stearns             Career Development and College Preparation by the School
                      Church of Christ
80203‡   Th/9:30a-11a WIL/204              Dodson              of Continuing Education: Administrative Assistant
80227    W/9:30a-     AN/134               Stearns             Certificate Program, Early Childhood Education
         11:30a                                                Certificate Program, and Pharmacy Technician Certificate
Ages 3-5                                                       Program. In these programs students will receive a grade of
80229† F/11a-1p         WIL/204            Washburn Thompson   Pass, No Pass, or Withdrawal. All grades awarded will
Ages 2.5-4                                                     appear on the student transcript or permanent student
80219 Th/11a-1p      Yorba Linda           Stearns             record. Please refer to the GENERAL INFORMATION
                     Church of Christ                          section in the back of this schedule for further information or
80235‡ Th/11a-12:30p WIL/204               Dodson              visit www.sce.edu/gradingpolicy for information regarding
80221 T/11a-1p       Yorba Linda           Stearns             withdrawal dates specific to each course.
                     Church of Christ
80212 W/11:30a-      AN/134                Stearns
         1:30p
Ages 2.5-5
80224 M/11a-1p       WIL/204               Washburn Thompson     ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
80220 Th/11a-1p      AN/134                Washburn Thompson
81093* MTWTh/11a- SCECYP/117               Wahhab                  CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
         1p
                                                               For more information about the Administrative
                                                               Assistant Certificate Program classes, please call
                                                               714-808-4919
    Parenting Classes for Parents
                                                               The Administrative Assistant Certificate Program prepares
HELPING YOUR STRUGGLING CHILD                                  students for a career as a secretary or an administrative
PARN/220                                                       assistant. Training includes keyboarding, introduction to
                                                               computers, Windows XP, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, telephone
So many children today are struggling in school, acting
                                                               techniques, filing, business mathematics, communication and
out at home, having social problems, and/or
                                                               problem solving, spelling, proofreading, Internet, e-mail, and
experiencing mood changes. Parents are often
                                                               employment skills.
frustrated, confused, and unsure of what to do. This
course will assist parents in understanding children's
                                                               REGISTRATION: Students must begin with Computer
issues, and recognizing symptoms of common
                                                               Applications I, Office Skills I.
disorders such as ADHD, learning disabilities, anxiety,
depression, and autism. In addition, the course will
                                                               ORIENTATION: It is highly recommended that all NEW
focus on how to determine whether a significant
                                                               students attend the program orientation. To reserve a place
problem exists, and how to obtain an accurate
                                                               at Orientation, follow these instructions:
diagnosis.
                                                               Step 1: Call (714) 808-4681
Dates: Aug 1-Aug 1
                                                               Step 2: Leave your name & phone number on the message
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR           FEE       to reserve your space for orientation on
81234 S/10a-12p      CC/CE12-12      Matusoff        $15
                                                                                Wednesday, May 20, 6-8pm
                                                                        Board Room, 1st Floor, Anaheim Campus

                                                               Day classes are held at Cypress CEC in SCE/200, evening
                                                               classes at Anaheim Campus.
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR
THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I
BUSN/340                                                        CONSTRUCTION EDUCATION
First in a series of two levels that prepares students for
an entry-level position as an administrative assistant.      If you need more detailed information please call (714)
Includes Keyboarding and Word. Textbook Required.            808-4673.
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR
81026 TWTh/5:20p-8p          AN/405          Casper          BASIC ELECTRICITY
                                                             ELET/102
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR                                    Course starts with basic electricity and progresses into
THE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II                              residential wiring in accordance with the National
                                                             Electrical Code. Students learn how to obtain an
BUSN/341                                                     electrical contractor's license. Supplies purchase
Second in a series of two levels that prepares students      required as specified by instructor.
for an entry-level position as an administrative             Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
assistant. Includes units on Windows and Internet.           CRN DAYS                       PLACE           INSTR
Textbook Required.                                           80115 MW/6p-10p                FC/-715         Famolaro
Starts week of 6/29/09, ends week of 8/3/09; nc Jul 3
CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR
81067 MW/8a-12p              SCE200/211      Grane
81033 MWF/5:30p-8p           AN/403          Downer
                                                                    EARLY CHILDHOOD
OFFICE SKILLS I                                                   EDUCATION CERTIFICATE
BUSN/320
First in a series of two levels that prepare students for              PROGRAM
an entry-level position as an administrative assistant.
Includes units on the office environment, career             For more information about the Early Childhood
opportunities, attitude, human relationships, and work       Education Certificate Program, please call (714) 808-
ethics. Textbook Required.                                   4673.
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR
80324 TWTh/8:10p-9:30p AN/405                Casper          The SCE Early Childhood Education program is designed
                                                             to train individuals for teacher and caregiver positions in
                                                             licensed,      proprietary      infant/toddler/preschool/child
OFFICE SKILLS II                                             daycare centers. Our curriculum is approved by the State
BUSN/321                                                     Department of Social Services. This ECE program is a
Second in a series of two levels that prepares students      non-credit program based upon instructional hours rather
for an entry-level position as an administrative             than college units. The required and elective ECE
assistant. Includes units on telephone procedures, filing    courses within the certificate program are equivalent to
and managing records, processing business                    two units of ECE in compliance with State licensing
documents, sending and receiving mail, and managing          requirements for private facilities only.
office activities. Textbook Required.
Starts week of 6/29/09, ends week of 8/3/09; nc Jul 3        REGISTRATION: It is recommended that students begin
CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR           with these classes: Early Childhood Development
81066 TTh/8a-10a      SCE200/211             McClurkin       and/or Program Principles I.
81031 MWF/8:10p-9:30p AN/403                 Downer
                                                             ORIENTATION: It is highly recommended that all NEW
                                                             students to the orientation. To reserve a place at
                                                             Orientation, follow these instructions:
                                                             Step 1: Call (714) 808-4681
                                                             Step 2: Leave your name & phone number on the
                BARTENDING                                   message to reserve your space for orientation on
                                                                     Monday, June 1, 6 - 8 pm Board Room,
                                                                            1st Floor, Anaheim Campus
BARTENDING WORKSHOPS
HOSM/101
Covers bartending and cocktail skills (Flair Bartending                 ECE Required Courses
Techniques). This is a SMALL GROUP "short term,
fast paced" course for those interested in basic and
current popular drinks, ABC laws, and RBS                    EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
(responsible     beverage     service).    Employment        ECE/140
assistance available. Certificate issued upon                Intro to age-related child growth, development, learning
completion of course. Fee includes: Recipe Cards and         characteristics,    self-concept,     mechanics     and
new DVD.                                                     techniques of positive learning.
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009               Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE      CRN DAYS                       PLACE           INSTR
80052   S/8:30a-1p    SCE200/210       Salisbury    $150     80104 TTh/6:30p-9:30p          AN/104          Sueng
80053   S/1p-5:30p    SCE200/210       Salisbury    $150
80136   T/5p-9:30p    SCE200/210       Salisbury    $150
80137   Th/5p-9:30p   SCE200/210       Salisbury    $150
FAMILY COMMUNITY                                                       MEDICAL ASSISTANT
RELATIONSHIPS
ECE/136                                                               CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
Examination of the sociological relationships between
family and society; institutional, racial, social, and         For more information about these Medical Assistant
economic factors affecting the family and the child.           Certificate Program classes, please call 714-808-4673.
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
CRN DAYS                      PLACE           INSTR            Certificate issued upon satisfactory completion of three
80149 MW/6:30p-9:30p          AN/104          Dumas
                                                               required courses and one elective computer course, and
                                                               achievement of keyboarding competency. Required courses
                                                               include: Medical Assisting Front Office, Medical Insurance
           ECE Elective Courses                                Billing and Medical Terminology.

PROGRAM SCIENCE & MATH                                         For computer elective, students may choose one of these 36-
                                                               hour computer courses: Introduction to Computers or
ECE/130                                                        Introduction to Windows. Students competent in basic
Plan, organize and implement activities that help              computer operations may substitute the computer
children develop skills, appreciation and enthusiasm for       requirement with a more advanced computer course or take a
science and math.                                              challenge exam.
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
CRN DAYS                      PLACE           INSTR            Student must purchase required textbooks. Students should
81104 MW/6:30p-9:30p          AN/504          Hedges           be able to type and must type at least 30 wpm by the end of
PROGRAM CREATIVE EXPERIENCE                                    the program, to meet the keyboarding requirement.
ECE/132
Student awareness and application of materials
appropriate for preschool art activities.
                                                               MEDICAL ASSISTING: BACK OFFICE
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6                                            PROCEDURES II
CRN DAYS                      PLACE           INSTR            MEDO/240                  NEW!
80121 TTh/6:30p-9:30p         AN/110          Pagalidis        This course develops the necessary skills for the back
                                                               office. Students review assisting physicians with minor
                                                               surgical procedures, pharmacology, laboratory
                                                               procedures, nutrition, patient education, diagnostic
                                                               imaging, and urgent care and emergency procedures.
   MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE                                      Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
         PROGRAM                                               CRN DAYS                       PLACE           INSTR
                                                               81197 MW/6p-10p                AN/510          Staff

For more information about these Management
Certificate Program classes, please call 714-808-4673.


MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Certificate
issued upon satisfactory completion of ten required courses       MEDICAL DEVICE INDUSTRY
and one elective computer course. Required courses include:
Elements of Supervision, Management Skills I, Management
                                                               For more information about the Medical Device Industry
Skills II, Finance for the Non-Financial Manager, Successful
                                                               classes, call (714) 808-4575.
Negotiations, Written Communications, Effective Business
Presentations,      Introduction   to     Employment   Law,
Understanding Business Contracts, and Marketing Principles.
Choose one 36-hour computer course from the following:
                                                                  Quality Assurance Management
Intro to Computers, Intro to Windows, Intro to Word,              Certificate for Medical Devices
Intermediate Word, Intro to Excel, Intro to Access,
Intermediate Access, Intro to Power Point, or MS Office-
Overview. Please refer to the Computers section in this        The Quality Assurance Management Certificate for Medical
schedule for listing of computer courses.                      Devices prepares participants for an entry-level position as a
                                                               quality assurance specialist.       The program provides
                                                               instruction on the standards and regulations that govern the
WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS FOR                                     development of medical devices.           Upon satisfactory
BUSINESS                                                       completion of six required courses, a program certificate will
                                                               be issued. The program consists of the following courses:
BMGR/415                                                       BMGR/645 Introduction to Medical Device Quality Assurance,
Provides extensive hands-on experience with all types          BMGR/648 Regulatory Affairs for Medical Devices,
of written business communications including letters,          BMGR/651 Document and Database Management for
resumes, cover letters, memos, and reports.                    Medical Devices, BMGR/654 Quality Assurance for Medical
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 3                                            Devices, BMGR/657 Technical Writing for Bio-Medical
CRN DAYS                      PLACE           INSTR            Industries, BMGR/660 Quality Auditing for Medical Devices.
81079 M/6:30p-9:30p           WIL/214         Dunne
INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL                                              PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
DEVICE QUALITY ASSURANCE
BMGR/645                                                             CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
This course introduces students to the medical device
industry in preparation for an entry-level position as a       For more information about the Pharmacy Technician
Quality Assurance Specialist. Learn about the industry's       Certificate Program classes, please call (714) 808-4673.
size and scope, current trends, and the wide range of
products used in a variety of healthcare settings.
Industry job resources are also covered.                       The Pharmacy Technician Certificate program prepares
                                                               students for an entry-level position as a pharmacy
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
                                                               technician at a community or institutional pharmacy. The
CRN DAYS                      PLACE           INSTR            certificate program exceeds the State Board of
81109 TTh/6p-9p               AN/610          Vu
                                                               Pharmacy's registration requirements, therefore, upon
                                                               successful completion, the student will be eligible to apply
                                                               for REGISTRATION with the State of California. The
                                                               program is accredited by the American Society of Health-
         Medical Device Industry                               System Pharmacists (ASHP).
        Professional Development                               REGISTRATION: It is recommended that students begin
                                                               with Introduction to Pharmacy Technician and/or
Whether you currently work in the medical device industry or   Medical Terminology.
planning a new career, these workshops will provide an
understanding of this growing multi-billion dollar industry.   ORIENTATION: It is highly recommended that all NEW
Medical devices are utilized in areas of diagnostics and       students to the orientation. To reserve a place:
manufacturing. A certificate may be obtained by completing a   Step 1: Call (714) 808-4681
32-hour program consisting of four eight-hour medical device   Step 2: Leave your name & phone number on the
industry workshops: BMGR/625 Introduction to the Medical       message to reserve your space for orientation on
Device Industry, BMGR/630 Quality system: ISO 13485:2003                     Wednesday, May 27, 6 - 8 pm
Basics, BMGR/635 Overview of FDA's Medical Device                    Board Room, 1st floor, Anaheim Campus
Regulation and BMGR/640 Fundamentals of GMP and QSR.
                                                               INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACY
OVERVIEW OF FDA'S MEDICAL                                      TECHNICIAN
DEVICE REGULATION                                              MEOC/130
BMGR/635                                                       Highlights the practice and role of a pharmacy
Course provides an overview of the U.S. Food & Drug            technician. Includes educational requirements,
Administration (FDA) regulation pertaining to medical          credentialing, the pharmacist's role, an overview of
devices. Topics include FDA regulatory requirements            pharmacy law, and the assessment of necessary
and quality system regulation; pre-market notification         abilities and skills for a successful career as a
and approval process; complaint handling and                   pharmacy technician.
reporting; and U.S. labeling regulations.                      Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
Dates: Jul 13-Jul 16                                           CRN DAYS                      PLACE           INSTR
CRN DAYS                      PLACE       INSTR FEE            80113 TTh/6:30p-9:30p         AN/611          Dunne
81110 MTh/5:30p-9:30p AN/607              Mehta      $60
                                                               MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
FUNDAMENTALS OF GMP AND QSR                                    MEOC/104
BMGR/640                                                       Required course for Pharmacy Technician Certificate
Course covers the fundamentals of Good                         program but also welcomes all students preparing for a
Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Quality System                variety of professional/paraprofessional careers in the
Regulation (QSR). Topics include Food and Drug                 medical field. Learn medical terms or strengthen prior
Administration (FDA) regulations in relation to quality        knowledge. Offers basics of terminology, anatomy and
systems and controls; employee safety in the design            diagnostics.
and construction of facilities; equipment and                  Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
maintenance issues; and protection of products against         CRN DAYS                      PLACE           INSTR
contamination.                                                 80114 MW/6p-10p               AN/611          Wahba
Dates: Jul 27-Jul 30
CRN DAYS                      PLACE       INSTR FEE
80378 MTh/5:30p-9:30p AN/607              Mehta      $60       PHARMACOLOGY I
                                                               MEOC/121
                                                               Prerequisite: Medical Terminology; bring original
                                                               certificate to first class. Equips students with the
                                                               necessary beginning theoretical knowledge. Includes
                                                               categorizing,      differentiating  between     drug
                                                               classifications and inventorying. Provides a basic
                                                               knowledge and understanding of drug effects on the
                                                               body.
                                                               Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
                                                               CRN DAYS                      PLACE           INSTR
                                                               81103 MW/6:30p-9:30p          AN/112          Smith
PHARMACOLOGY II
MEOC/122
Prerequisite: Medical Terminology; bring original                    PHYSICAL FITNESS
certificate to first class. Provides a continuation of
theoretical knowledge acquired in Pharmacology I.         For more information about the Physical Fitness classes,
Includes categorizing, inventorying and differentiating   please call (714) 484-7038.
between drug classifications. Equips students with an
advanced knowledge and understanding of drug effects
on the body.                                              AEROBICS
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6                                       FITN/206
CRN DAYS                   PLACE           INSTR          Low-impact, high intensity, coed class. Hand weights
80231 TTh/6:30p-9:30p      AN/106          Smith          encouraged along with a towel or mat for floor
                                                          exercises. Any materials are students' responsibility.
PHARMACY OPERATIONS LAB                                   Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
                                                          *Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009
MEDO/230                                                  CRN DAYS                 PLACE               INSTR
Prerequisite: Introduction to Pharmacy and keyboarding    80043 S/10a-11a     CC/GYM 1-101             Weaver
proficiency at 30 wpm. This course introduces students           NO CLASS ON JULY 25th.
to the operations of a pharmacy. It provides them with    80071* TTh/6p-7:30p YL/TBA                   Beanblossom
a working knowledge of the structural, functional,        80042* MW/6p-7p     CC/GYM 1-101             Humphries
business and inter-relational aspect of pharmacy as       80041* MW/6:30p-8p YL/TBA                    Beanblossom
part of the health care system. Through hands-on
instruction, students develop the entry-level skills
needed to assist in a pharmacy operation.                 IMPROVING YOUR
Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5                                       CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH
CRN DAYS                   PLACE           INSTR          FITN/310
80230 MW/6:30p-9:30p       AN/408          Hua            Improve your cardiovascular and muscular fitness while
                                                          incorporating physical activity as part of lifestyle
                                                          changes to improve health. Course focuses on a
IN-PATIENT LAB FOR THE                                    cardiovascular workout designed to safely raise the
PHARMACY TECHNICIAN                                       heart rate beginning with stretching and fast walking.
MEDO/221                                                  Class teaches cardiovascular conditioning through
Prerequisite: Completion of the didactic portion of the   aerobic exercise, including kicks, lunges, squats and
Pharmacy Technician program. The practical lab class      punch movements. The heart rate is gradually raised
is designed to prepare the student for an externship at   through this vigorous workout then safely brought down
neighboring pharmacies. Upon completion of the lab        through a cool down and stretch. Learn the health
classes, the student should be able to step into an in-   benefits of physical activity. Please bring a towel and a
patient pharmacy and begin working with minimal           bottle of water.
additional training.                                      Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
Dates: Jul 2-Aug 21                                       CRN DAYS                 PLACE               INSTR
CRN DAYS                   PLACE           INSTR          80119 S/11a-12p    CC/GYM 1-101              Weaver
81107 ThF/6p-9p            AN/408          Hua                  NO CLASS ON JULY 25th.


                                                          TENNIS-BEGINNING
                                                          (COED)
                                                          FITN/210
                WOODSHOP                                  Students will learn forehand, backhand, approach shot,
                                                          serve and volley, plus some footwork. Bring racquet
                                                          and one can of new tennis balls.
For more information about the Woodshop classes,          Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
please call (714) 992-9500.                               CRN DAYS               PLACE          INSTR        FEE
                                                          80088 S/8:30a-10a CC/Tennis           De La Rosa $60
                                                                            Court
CABINET & MILLWORK                                        80385 F/6p-7:30p CC/Tennis            Noor         $60
SHOP/100                                                                    Courtt
Learn vocational skills in cabinet-making, millwork and
furniture products.
Starts week of 6/1/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009           TENNIS - INTERMEDIATE/
CRN DAYS                   PLACE           INSTR          ADVANCED
80169 MW/8a-11:50a         FC/-703         Cristiano      (COED)
80407 MW/5p-8:50p          FC/-703         Cristiano
80001 TTh/5p-8:50p         FC/-703         Cristiano
                                                          FITN/209
                                                          Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
                                                          CRN DAYS               PLACE          INSTR        FEE
                                                          81246 F/7:30p-9p CC/Tennis            De La Rosa $60
                                                                           Court
FITNESS LAB                                                HIP HOP DANCE
FITN/202                                                   DAN/120
This course is an open entry, self-paced laboratory.       Learn new hip hop dance moves and fun, funky
Equipment and routines provide cardiovascular, fitness,    choreography! Stimulate your mind while learning
strength, and conditioning training to improve or          choreography and strengthen your body with our fun
maintain health for the non-athlete. Participants will     stretches and exercises.
develop an individual fitness plan.                        Dates: Jun 29-Aug 3
Starts week of 6/29/09, ends week of 8/10/09; nc Jul 3     *Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
*Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                      CRN DAYS                 PLACE       INSTR        FEE
CRN DAYS                    PLACE              INSTR       81145 M/8:30p-9:30p AN/134           Ortega       $55
80002 MTWThF/6a-8:50a FC/Wellness              Farmer      80367* TTh/9p-10p   WIL/204          Ortega       $70
                       Center
80046* S/9a-2p         CC/GYM 1-102            Shue
80045 TTh/7:45p-10:45p CC/GYM 1-102            Shue        THE ART OF BELLY DANCING
80044 MW/7:45p-10:45p CC/GYM 1-102             Kiernan     DAN/119
                                                           Exercise while exploring the dance and rhythms of the
                                                           Near and Middle East through Belly Dancing. Learn
                                                           arm, hand and body movements including belly rolls as
                       Dance                               well as techniques for finger cymbals and veil work.
                                                           Class taught to accommodate beginners as well as
                                                           those with experience. Bring finger cymbals or learn
BALLROOM / LATIN / SWING DANCE                             how to make them with bottle caps and 3 yards of
DAN/102                                                    flowing fabric approximately 45 inches wide for the veil
Learn the most popular dances. Includes traditional        session.
contemporary dances: cha cha, waltz, foxtrot, tango,       Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
East Coast swing samba, rumba, and country western.        CRN DAYS           PLACE             INSTR        FEE
Have fun and make new friends! A partner is not            81020 F/3p-5p      CC/GYM 2-123      Chianis      $60
required. You must wear soft-soled shoes. Last class
meeting arranged for night out dancing (nominal fee).
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
CRN DAYS           PLACE             INSTR        FEE                    Adult Martial Arts
80150 W/6p-8p SCECYP/118             Kyselka      $55
80040 F/8p-10p CC/GYM 1-101          Kyselka      $55
                                                           KARATE
WEST COAST SWING DANCE                                     (BEGINNING, INTERMEDIATE &
DAN/103                                                    ADVANCED)
Learn only one dance West Coast Swing! Dance it fast       FITN/103
or slow to your favorite music. The official state dance   Includes basic self-defense techniques, kicking,
of California. This dance will be popular forever. A       striking, blocking and fighting stances; Theory of
partner is not required. Wear soft soled shoes. Last       techniques, including principles of power and body
class arranged for night out dancing (nominal fee).
                                                           alignment to enhance student's understanding.
Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
                                                           Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8
CRN DAYS              PLACE          INSTR        FEE
80110 F/6p-8p         CC/GYM 1-      Kyselka      $55      *Dates: Jun 29-Aug 5
                      101                                  CRN DAYS                    PLACE            INSTR
                                                           Kenpo Karate Beginning Level
                                                           80205 S/11:30a-1p        WIL/204             Leonard
SALSA DANCE                                                80349* MW/6p-8:30p       AN/134              Leonard
DAN/104                                                    Kenpo Karate Intermediate Level
                                                           80207 S/10a-11:30a       WIL/204             Leonard
Go Latin - Do Salsa! Easy to learn and fun to do.          Kenpo Karate Advanced Level
Includes basic salsa plus variations. You must wear        80208 S/8a-10a           WIL/204             Leonard
soft soled shoes. Last class meeting arranged for night
out dancing (nominal fee).
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009            KUNG FU SAN SOO
CRN DAYS              PLACE             INSTR FEE          (BEGINNING, INTERMEDIATE &
80147 Sun/12p-2p CC/GYM 2-125           Kyselka $55
80058 W/8p-10p SCECYP/118               Kyselka $55        ADVANCED)
                                                           FITN/105
                                                           Intro to the marital art of San Soo (Tsoi-Li-Hoi-Fut)
WALTZ, CHA CHA & TANGO DANCE                               Kung Fu. Covers defensive techniques and principles
DAN/130                  NEW!                              of leverage, throws, kicks, holds and more.
Lean and dance some fun patterns of the Waltz, Cha         Dates: Jun 29-Aug 15; nc Jul 4
Cha, and Tango. Learn the basics and techniques for        CRN DAYS           PLACE             INSTR        FEE
these three popular dances. Join us for a fun evening of   80377 S/2p-4p CC/GYM 2-123           Kalar        $100
dancing. Last class meeting arranged for a night out             M/7p-9p SCECYP/118
dancing (nominal fee).
Dates: Jul 12-Aug 16
CRN DAYS             PLACE              INSTR FEE
81044 Sun/2p-4p      CC/GYM 2-125       Kyselka $55
SELF-DEFENSE                                                 ADULT GUITAR
(BEGINNING, INTERMEDIATE &                                   (INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED)
ADVANCED)                                                    MUSC/109
FITN/109                                                     Students will learn music theory and concepts including
Designed to teach students to defend themselves.             notes on the guitar, major and minor keys, how to use a
They will encounter simulated real life situations. Vital    capo, how to play 2 bar chord forms and more. Play
and non-vital points of the anatomy will be discussed.       two songs by the end of class.
Correct execution of kicks, punches, blocks, knee            Dates: Jun 27-Aug 8; nc Jul 4
strikes, and elbow strikes will be covered. Safety and       *Dates: Jul 2-Aug 6
proper utilization of body posture will be emphasized as     †Dates: Jul 7-Aug 11
well as awareness of the environment and how it can          CRN DAYS               PLACE             INSTR         FEE
be helpful in self-protection.                               80117 S/10a-11a        WIL/215           Parent        $55
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009              80199* Th/7p-8p        WIL/207           Parent        $55
CRN DAYS                    PLACE             INSTR          81374† T/8p-9p         AN/116            Joshi         $60
Jujitsu and Self Defense Beginning Level
80209 MW/630p-8:30p WIL/204              Gallegos
Jujitsu and Self Defense Inter/Adv Level                     ADULT BASS GUITAR
80210 TTh/6p-9p            WIL/204       Gallegos            MUSC/355
                                                             Students will learn basic music theory and concepts:
                                                             notes on the bass guitar, how to count basic rhythms,
LIMALAMA SELF DEFENSE                                        major and minor keys and how to play octaves, fifths
FITN/350                                        NEW!         and fourths. Students will understand how to identify
A comprehensive introduction to the Polynesian               the root of a chord so they can play over chords. There
Samoan martial art of Limalama. Students will learn          will be some reading of bass notation, but most material
proper execution of punches, blocks and kicks and foot       will be in tablature or lead sheet with words and chords.
work as well as locate vital points and pressure points.     Dates: Jul 2-Aug 6
Breaks, locks and disarm techniques will also be             CRN DAYS               PLACE             INSTR         FEE
covered.                                                     81005 Th/8p-9p         WIL/207           Parent        $55
Dates: Jun 30-Aug 6
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
81321 TTh/7p-9p       AN/134          Staff        $100


                                                              MATURE DRIVER EDUCATION

                      MUSIC                                 For more information about the Mature Driver Education
                                                            classes, please call (714) 484-7038.

For more information about the Music classes, please call   Improvement classes for licensed drivers age 55 and older
(714) 484-7038.                                             looking to qualify for a reduced insurance premium; or brush
                                                            up for a driver's license exam. A Certificate of Completion will
                                                            be awarded as evidence of attendance to obtain up to three
GUITAR FOR ADULTS                                           years of reduced insurance rates from participating insurance
MUSC/108                                                    companies. Contact the facility directly for dates and
Learn to play the guitar! Students will learn chords,       registration information.
strum pattern styles, new songs, simple ear training
and rhythm training. Students will also learn a I, IV, V        Anaheim Community Ctr.
blues progression and how to read the tablature for             250 E. Center St., Anaheim; (714) 765-4511
guitar. Bring a nylon-string or acoustic steel-string
guitar and a medium pick.                                       Brea Sr. Ctr.
Dates: Jun 27-Aug 8; nc Jul 4                                   500 South Sievers Ave., Brea; (714) 990-7750
*Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
†Dates: Jul 2-Aug 6                                             Cypress Sr. Ctr.
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE          9031 Grindlay, Cypress; (714) 229-2005
80116 S/9a-10a       WIL/215        Parent      $55
81049* S/9a-10a      SCE200/201 Austin          $60             La Habra Sr. Ctr.
80144† Th/6p-7p      WIL/207        Parent      $55            101 W. La Habra, La Habra; (562) 905-9746
80196* T/7p-8p       AN/116         Joshi       $60
The Guitar class listed below is designed for Older             W. Anaheim Brookhurst Sr. Prog.
Adult Learners                                                  2271 W. Crescent Ave., Anaheim; (714) 765-3415
81373* M/1p-2p       AN/108         Joshi       $60
                                                                Yorba Linda Sr. Ctr.
                                                                4501 Casa Loma Dr., Yorba Linda; (714) 961-7181
                                                                          Emeritus Education
    OLDER ADULTS PROGRAM                                                     Enrichment

For more information about the Older Adults Program          The Emeritus section develops personal interests and/or
classes, please call (714) 808-4909.                         aptitudes in order to develop mental activity, motor skills,
                                                             creativity, and an appreciation for the Arts. Unless noted,
                                                             classes are offered year round. Register in class at any time
 Classes Offered Through St. Jude                            provided that space is available.

           Partnership
                                                             INTERGENERATIONAL: CREATIVE
The following classes are offered at the St. Jude Villa in   ARTS EXCHANGE FOR OLDER
Yorba Linda (11745 Bastanchury Road) or at the St. Jude      ADULTS
West Fullerton Center (2351 W. Orangethorpe). To register    CRAE/310
for these classes, please call 1-800-870-7537 and select     Older adults along with participants of multiple
option 2 “Community Education Classes.”                      generations create artistic legacy keepsakes that reflect
                                                             the individual histories of older adults, lifetime
                                                             memories, and personal creative expression. Class
TAI-CHI CHUAN FOR OLDER                                      projects are designed to encourage mutual appreciation
ADULTS                                                       and connections among older adult students and
FITN/107 St. Jude                                            participants of varying age groups.
This course introduces older adults to a Chinese health      Dates: Jun 30-Aug 11
exercise which is neither vigorous nor strenuous. It is      CRN DAYS                      PLACE            INSTR
suitable for older adults who want to exercise to gain or    11738 T/3p-5p                 Park Vista at    Martin
maintain good health. It will strengthen the muscles and                                   Morningside
organs, relax the mind and body, improve blood
circulation, and increase memory and concentration.
Starts week of 12/1/2008, ends week of 3/23/2009; nc
Dec 25, Dec 29-Dec 30, Jan 1, Jan 19, Feb 16                                  Communication
CRN DAYS              PLACE                  INSTR
11737 T/1p-3p         St Jude Villa - YL     Layne
                                                             BOOKS COME ALIVE FOR OLDER
PHYSICAL FITNESS FOR OLDER                                   ADULTS
ADULTS IN SENIOR CENTERS                                     ENCO/180
                                                             "Books Come Alive" is an intellectually and socially
FITN/300B St. Jude                                           rewarding activity designed for older adults in which
Use exercise to maintain and increase fitness. Enroll        outstanding works of fiction/non-fiction are read and
anytime in class!                                            discussed. Through the method of shared inquiry, along
Starts week of 12/1/2008, ends week of 3/23/2009; nc         with thought- provoking questions, older adult students
Dec 24-Dec 26, Dec 29-Jan 1, Jan 19, Feb 13, Feb 16          are offered exciting opportunities for self-discovery and
CRN DAYS                  PLACE              INSTR           personal growth.
12147 MW/10a-11:30a St. Jude West            Garcia          Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
                    Fullerton Ctr                            *Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
41271 F/10a-11:30a St. Jude West             Garcia          CRN DAYS                      PLACE            INSTR
                    Fullerton Ctr                            12155 M/9:30a-11:30a          La Habra Villa   Connelly
                                                             11132* F/10:30a-12:30p        Buena Park       Johnson
                                                                                           Senior Ctr
BALANCE & MOBILITY FOR OLDER                                 12158 M/1:30p-3:30p           Park Regency     Connelly
ADULTS                                                                                     Care Ctr
                                                             11837 W/2:30p-4:30p           Katella Sr       Johnson
FITN/301 St. Jude                                                                          Living
This class is designed for older adults identified as low-                                 Community
to low-to-moderate risk for falls. Class activities will
target specific balance problems in a challenging, but       CREATIVE WRITING FOR SENIORS
safe training environment through a multidimensional         ABE/240
approach.                                                    This course for older adults teaches both beginning and
Starts week of 12/1/2008, ends week of 3/23/2009; nc         experienced writers how to create shape
Dec 24-Dec 26, Dec 29-Jan 1, Jan 19, Feb 13, Feb 16          autobiographies, fiction and non-fiction writing, and
*Dates: Jan 7-Mar 25                                         poetry into readable and publishable forms.
CRN DAYS                  PLACE              INSTR           Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
11872 TTh/8:30a-10a St Jude Villa - YL Pasamonte             CRN DAYS                      PLACE            INSTR
11873 TTh/10a-11:30a St Jude Villa - YL Pasamonte            11362 W/12:30p-3:30p          West Anaheim French
11744 WF/10:30a-12p St Jude Villa - YL Yu                                                  Sr Prog
                                                             11424 T/1p-4p                 Cypress Sr   French
                                                                                           Citizen Ctr
                                                             11923 W/6:30p-8:30p           Morningside Edwards
                                                                                           of Fullerton
SENIOR TOPICS FOR OLDER                                     11754* F/3:30p-5p        La Habra Villa    Reid
                                                            11008 W/3:30p-5p         Anaheim Crown     Dorman
ADULTS                                                                               Plaza
EDEN/100                                                    11674* F/5p-6:30p        New Horizon       Levy
This course presents older adults with various topics for                            Lodge, Inc.
discussion and class activities based on the students'      11174 T/6p-8p            La Habra Villa    Gable
individual interest, backgrounds, physical and mental
abilities. Older adults are encouraged to share and
compare life experiences, and learn about international,    JOURNEY BACK INTO TIME FOR
national and local events and issues from a current and     OLDER ADULTS
historical viewpoint.                                       ENCO/501
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009            This class offers older adults students the opportunity
*Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14                                       to explore and share their personal histories, cultures,
CRN DAYS                 PLACE              INSTR           and values among older adult students through group
11029 T/8:45a-10:15a Bradford Square        Dorman          discussion. Shared experiences, memories and linking
11432 W/9a-10:30a      Cambridge Court      Dorman          the past with the present, encourage self awareness,
11680 Th/9a-11a        Fullerton            Belknap         positive self esteem, mental stimulation, and
                       Rosewood Assist                      enjoyment.
                       Lvg
                                                            Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
11243 Th/9a-11a        Knott Ave Res        Liberio
                       Manor                                *Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
11028 T/9:30a-11a      DePalma Terrace      Liberio         CRN DAYS                 PLACE              INSTR
                       Sr Living                            11711 F/9:30a-11:30a Katella Sr Living      Small
11026 M/9:30a-11:30a DePalma Terrace        Silva                                Community
                       Sr Living                            11813* T/10a-12p     Emeritos at Casa       Silva
11048* F/9:30a-11:30a Emeritos at Casa      Gomes                                Whittier
                       Whittier                             11537* M/1p-3p       Morningside of         Small
11184 W/9:30a-11:30a Park Regency           Liberio                              Fullerton
                       Ret Res                              31208* T/1:30p-3:30p Cambridge Court        Dorman
11934 M/9:30a-11:30a Gardens of Brea        Reid            11539* W/3p-4:30p    Emeritus at            Small
11967 W/9:30a-11:30a La Habra Villa         Fukushima                            Fairwood
11907 T/9:30a-11:30a Emerald Court          Elton           11538* Th/3:30p-5p   La Habra Villa         Small
11161* F/9:30a-11a     La Palma Royale      Liberio
11827 W/9:30a-11:30a Emeritus at            Jenkins Orr
                       Fairwood                             HEARING IMPAIRED FOR OLDER
31207* F/9:30a-11:30a Anaheim Village       Silva           ADULTS
11572 M/9:30a-11a      Sunnycrest           Kittelsen       HLTH/126
                       Chalet
11021 M/10a-12p        Anaheim Care         Harris          This course for older adults explains hearing loss and
                       Cottages                             includes a discussion of how the ear works, what can
11027* F/10a-12p       Anaheim Care         Harris          go wrong with it, and what can be done to improve
                       Cottages                             hearing problems. An analysis of the speech-reading
11188 T/10:30a-12:30p Park Vista            Dorman          process is included with emphasis on the general
                       Assisted Living                      principles in the major exercises.
11178* F/10:30a-12:30p Morningside of       Gable           Dates: Jun 22-Sep 12; nc Sep 7
                       Fullerton                            CRN DAYS                    PLACE           INSTR
11010 W/10:30a-12p Cambridge Court          Dorman          80414 M/10a-12p             Fullerton Sr   Steckler
11180 M/12:30p-2:30p New Horizon            Levy                                        Multi-Serv Ctr
                       Lodge, Inc.
11133 W/12:30p-2:30p Buena Park             Nielsen
                       Senior Ctr
11519 T/12:30p-2p      Seasons of La        Kittelsen
                       Habra                                       Creative Arts Enrichment
71137* F/1p-3p         Sunnycrest           Burg
                       Chalet
11395 Th/1p-3p         DePalma Terrace      Belknap         CERAMICS FOR OLDER ADULTS
                       Sr Living
11193 T/1p-2:30p       Sunnycrest           Liberio         CRAE/101
                       Chalet                               This course in basic ceramics for older adults includes
11046 T/1p-3p          Fullerton            Hertogh         lecture, demonstration and application of ceramic
                       Rosewood Assist                      artwork. Student will learn mold selection, glazing,
                       Lvg                                  decorating techniques, and proper firing procedures.
11171* F/1p-3p         Emeritus at          Gomes           Will learn mold selection, glazing, decorating
                       Fairwood                             techniques, and proper fixing procedures. Individual
11367 M/1p-3p          Bradford Square      Gomes
                                                            artistic creativity is encouraged and completed art
11687 T/1p-3p          Sunrise Asst         Fischer
                       Living La Palma                      projects of the older adult student are often displayed
12153 S/1p-3p          Brighton Gardens     Gable           publicly.
11541 Th/1:30p-3:30p Seasons of La          Jenkins Orr     Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
                       Habra                                CRN DAYS                 PLACE              INSTR
11542 T/1:30p-3:30p Bradford Square         Jenkins Orr     11130 T/8:30a-11:30a Buena Park             Zaccherio
11865 T/2p-4p          Seasons of La        Moore                                 Senior Ctr
                       Habra                                11131 Th/8:30a-11:30a Buena Park            Zaccherio
21189 T/2:30p-4:30p Buena Park              Levy                                  Senior Ctr
                       Senior Ctr                           31032 Th/10a-1p       Muckenthaler          Kim
11936 T/3p-5p          Katella Sr Living    Gomes                                 Cultural Center
                       Community                            11422 T/1p-4p         Cypress Sr Ctr        Reynolds
CREATIVE ARTS FOR OLDER                                          QUILTING FOR OLDER ADULTS
ADULTS                                                           CRAE/106
CRAE/100                                                         This course offers the essentials of quilting, for older
This class for older adults encourages art appreciation,         adults students, which includes fabric selection, cutting,
self expression, and creativity through a variety of art         and sewing methods along with the history and
media. Projects are designed to expose older adult               vocabulary of the craft. Special techniques for older
students to artistic design, and to give experience with         adults are covered such as patchwork, applique, hand
different artistic methods, techniques, tools, and               and machine methods, and finishing techniques.
materials.                                                       Dates: Jun 29-Aug 15
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009                 CRN DAYS                  PLACE              INSTR
*Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14                                            11242 F/9a-12p       Yorba Linda Sr          Brown
CRN DAYS                  PLACE                INSTR                                  Ctr
71139 W/9a-11a           Los Alamitos          Miller            11163 M/9a-12p       Cypress Sr              Brown
                         Senior Center                                                Citizen Ctr
11168    M/9a-12p        Yorba Linda Sr        Sanford           11486 W/12:30p-3:30p AN/402B                 Brown
                         Ctr                                     11875 M/1p-4p        Muckenthaler            Brown
21118    T/9:30a-11:30a Seasons of La          Barraza                                Cultural Center
                         Habra                                   11370 T/1p-4p        Buena Park              Brown
21214    Th/9:30a-11:30a DePalma Terrace       Hyatt Solomina                         Senior Ctr
                         Sr Living
11888    Th/9:30a-11:30a Greenfield Care       Gunderson
                         Center of Full                          SENIOR CHORUS
11543    T/9:30a-11:30a New Horizon            Mills             MUSC/303
                         Lodge, Inc.                             This course introduces older adult students to a broad
11884    M/9:30a-11:30a Brighton Gardens       Martin            spectrum of choral music including its cultural and
11972    Th/1p-3p        Anaheim Village       Osinga            historical aspects. Older adult students will gain
11933    M/1p-3p         Brighton Gardens      Martin            knowledge of correct posture, breath control,
11730    S/1p-3p         Park Regency          Barraza           enunciation, harmony, rhythm and basic music
                         Ret Res
11571    T/1p-3p         Park Vista            Martin            concepts appropriate for the older adult.
                         Assisted Living                         Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
11569    T/1p-3p         Katella Sr Living     Osinga            *Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
                         Community                               CRN DAYS                  PLACE              INSTR
11531    Th/1p-3p        Bradford Square       Bunnell           11139 F/9:30a-11:30a Cypress Sr      Lassetter
31200*   F/2p-4p         Whittier Hills Hlth   Grijalva                               Citizen Ctr
                         Care Ctr                                11169* M/10a-12p     West Anaheim Sr Kubiak
11985    M/3p-5p         Brighton Gardens      Martin                                 Prog
                                                                 11363* T/1p-3p       Yorba Linda Sr Hamilton
                                                                                      Ctr
PAINTING FOR OLDER ADULTS
CRAE/105                                                         TONE CHIME CHOIR FOR OLDER
This class offers older adults an individualized
approach to learning painting and artistic expression at         ADULTS
their own pace and within their interest and style. Older        MUSC/304
adult will learn techniques in drawing, brush strokes,           This course provides instruction to older adults on
and color mixing and application.                                handbell performance skills using chime instruments
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009                 made by Suzuki. The music will be beginning level
CRN DAYS               PLACE                   INSTR             handbell music, level 1 and 2, as defined by the
11129 M/9a-12p         Buena Park Senior       Bacon             American Guild of English Hand Bell Ringers. The class
                       Ctr                                       will share their music by performing to the community in
11138 T/9a-12p         Cypress Sr Citizen      Bacon             different public venues.
                       Ctr                                       Dates: Jul 1-Aug 12
11419 W/9a-12p         Yorba Linda Sr Ctr      Bacon             CRN DAYS                  PLACE              INSTR
11958 Th/12p-3p        Sr Citizens Ctr         H yatt Solomina   11126 W/12p-2p            Sr Citizens Ctr    Lassetter
                       Anaheim                                                             Anaheim
11145 T/1p-4p          Fullerton Sr Multi-     Kortz
                       Serv Ctr
                                                                 HELP YOURSELF TO HEALTH FOR
NEEDLECRAFTS, KNITTING,                                          OLDER ADULTS
CROCHET FOR OLDER ADULTS                                         HLTH/163
CRAE/104                                                         Various health related topics of interest to older adults
                                                                 will be discussed and safe, beneficial, exercises
Older adult students will learn the practical application,
                                                                 intended to promote general health and fitness for older
knowledge, and skills required to create knitted,
                                                                 adults will be introduced. Each class will incorporate
crocheted, needlepoint, and cross-stitched hand-made
                                                                 information, discussion, and exercises.
items. A wide variety of items are created, by older
adult students, including decorations for the home and           Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
clothing for babies, children and adults.                        *Dates: Jul 1-Aug 12
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009                 CRN DAYS                     PLACE           INSTR
                                                                 12134 F/9a-10:30a            Fullerton Sr   Underwood
CRN DAYS               PLACE                   INSTR                                          Multi-Serv Ctr
11146 Th/9a-12p        Fullerton Sr Multi-     Carlson           60617* W/9:30a-11:30a        Brea Senior Gallagher
                       Serv Ctr                                                               Ctr
11023 W/9a-12p         Victoria Woods          Carlson
MUSIC ARTS FOR OLDER ADULTS                                 HATHA YOGA FOR OLDER ADULTS
MUSC/200                                                    FITN/201
This course provides stimulating interaction for older      Yoga practice enhances health and well-being. This
adults through musical reminiscence, discussions, and       class includes active and passive movements which
listening to music from different time periods and          are specially adapted to older adults. Movements
genres. Older Adult students will participate in sing-      include relaxation while stretching, strengthening by
alongs and rhythmic activities. Older adult students will   holding weight-bearing poses when applicable,
learn to appreciate and understand different varieties of   breathing awareness, working together in rhythm,
music.                                                      repetition to promote skill building, fitness, strength, and
Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14                                        relaxation beneficial to older adults.
*Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009           Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
CRN DAYS                 PLACE              INSTR           *Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
11762 F/8:30a-10:30a DePalma Terrace        Baesler         CRN DAYS                   PLACE                 INSTR
                       Sr Living                            11141 F/9a-11a             Fullerton Sr Multi-   Michele
11978* Th/9a-11a       Gardens of Brea      Hamilton                                   Serv Ctr
11022* W/9:30a-11:30a Anaheim Care          Behrbaum        11935* T/9:30a-11:30a      Brea Senior Ctr       Haque
                       Cottages                             11761* S/9:30a-11:30a      La Habra Senior       Haque
71123* T/9:30a-11:30a Fullerton Sunrise     Lassetter                                  Ctr
                       Sr. Living                           71127 F/10a-12p            Anaheim YMCA          Sapre
12007* T/9:30a-11:30a Knott Ave Res         Martin                                     Ctr
                       Manor                                11937* T/10a-12p           Sr Citizens Ctr       Michele
12003* M/9:30a-11:30a Emeritus at           Ediger                                     Anaheim
                       Fairwood                             11740 F/10a-12p            Cypress Sr            Haque
11971* T/9:30a-11:30a Brighton Gardens      Rivera                                     Citizen Ctr
11863* Th/9:30a-11:30a Seasons of La        Baker           41258* T/11a-1p            Yorba Linda Sr        Sapre
                       Habra                                                           Ctr
11807* T/9:30a-11:30a Anaheim Care          Haynes          11741* W/12:30p-2:30p      Fullerton Sr Multi-   Haque
                       Cottages                                                        Serv Ctr
11481 F/9:30a-11:30a Seasons of La          Behrbaum        11845* M/1p-3p             Cypress Sr            Haque
                       Habra                                                           Citizen Ctr
11415* M/9:30a-11:30a Bradford Square       Behrbaum        41259* T/1p-3p             Yorba Linda Sr        Sapre
11194* T/9:30a-11:30a Sunnycrest            Behrbaum                                   Ctr
                       Chalet                               41267* M/3:15p-5:15p       Buena Park            Sapre
11708* W/10a-12p       Katella Sr Living    Edwards                                    Senior Ctr
                       Community
11843* Th/10a-12p      Bradford Square      Doss
11019* Th/10a-12p      Brighton Gardens     Dunn            BALANCE & MOBILITY FOR OLDER
11392* S/10a-12p       Anaheim Crown
                       Plaza
                                            Lank            ADULTS
11034* W/10a-12p       Bradford Square      Dunn            FITN/301
12180 F/11:15a-1:15p DaVita                 Baesler         This class is designed for older adults identified as low-
                       Crossroads                           to low-to-moderate risk for falls. Class activities will
                       Dialysis Ctr                         target specific balance problems in a challenging, but
11551* W/1p-3p         Park Regency         Hamilton        safe training environment through a multidimensional
                       Ret Res                              approach.
11858* Th/1p-3p        Emeritus at          Hamilton        Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
                       Fairwood
                                                            *Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
11979* W/1:30p-3:30p Brighton Gardens       Martin
11175* Th/1:30p-3:30p La Habra Villa        Edwards         CRN DAYS                   PLACE                 INSTR
11767* Th/1:30p-3:30p Emerald Court         Baesler         11872 TTh/8:30a-10a St. Jude Ctr for             Pasamonte
71128* T/2p-4p         Anaheim Village      Garcia                               Rehabilation
71136* Th/2p-4p        New Horizon          Garcia          11757 M/9a-10:30a    Cypress Sr                  Yu
                       Lodge, Inc.                                               Citizen Ctr
11824* W/2:30p-4:30p Emeritus at            Edwards         11154 TTh/9:30a-11a Whitten                      Berrios
                       Garden Manor                                              Community
                                                                                 Center
51176* T/2:30p-4:30p Park Regency           Edwards
                       Ret Res                              11873 TTh/10a-11:30a St. Jude Ctr for            Pasamonte
                                                                                 Rehabilation
11763* M/3p-5p         Sunrise Assisted     Baesler
                       Living @ YL                          11756 Th/10:15a-     Buena Park                  Yu
                                                                   11:45a        Senior Ctr
                                                            11744 WF/10:30a-12p St. Jude Ctr for             Yu
                                                                                 Rehabilation
                                                            11148 Th/10:30a-12p La Habra Senior              Pile
                                                                                 Ctr
                                                            11149 M/10:30a-12p La Habra Senior               Pile
                                                                                 Ctr
                                                            41002 W/11:30a-1p    West Anaheim Sr             Layne
                                                                                 Prog
                                                            11124 TTh/12:30p-2p Sr Citizens Ctr              Fitzpatrick
                                                                                 Anaheim
                                                            11140 WF/1p-2:30p    Fullerton Sr Multi-         Yu
                                                                                 Serv Ctr
                                                            60499 W/2p-4p        Yorba Linda Sr              Layne
                                                                                 Ctr
                                                            11947* F/3p-4:30p    Cypress Sr                  Yu
                                                                                 Citizen Ctr
FOOD PREPARATION AND GOOD                                   PHYSICAL FITNESS FOR OLDER
NUTRITION FOR OLDER ADULTS                                  ADULTS IN RESIDENTIAL MANORS
HLTH/109                                                    FITN/300A
This course offers a wide range of food preparation         Use exercise to maintain and increase fitness. Enroll
topics as they relate to the health and well-being of       anytime in class!
older adults. The course explores topics of interest for    Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
older adults in the areas of nutrition, consumerism,        *Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
cultural traditions, entertaining, health, and safety.      CRN DAYS               PLACE               INSTR
Various foods will be prepared, tasted, and discussed.      11179 F/8:15a-10:15a Morningside of        Berrios
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009                                   Fullerton
*Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14                                       11162* Th/8:30a-10a Emeritus at            Feinstein
CRN DAYS                 PLACE              INSTR                                  Fairwood
11185 Th/9:30a-11:30a Park Regency          Wyckhouse       11365* Th/8:30a-10a Circle of Friends      Pile
                      Ret Res                               11758* T/9a-11a        Emerald Isle        Yu
11871 Th/9:30a-11:30a Anaheim Crown         Armenta                                Senior
                      Plaza                                                        Apartments
11932 T/9:30a-11:30a Brighton Gardens       Armenta         11047* W/9:15a-11:15a Emeritos at Casa     De Jong
11921 M/9:30a-11:30a New Horizon            Armenta                                Whittier
                      Lodge, Inc.                           11986* W/9:30a-11:30a Brighton Gardens     Alcala
11677* F/9:30a-11:30a Bradford Square       Pang            11173* Th/9:30a-11:30a Katella Sr Living   Rothery
11997* F/10a-12p      Emeritus at           Armenta                                Community
                      Fairwood                              11850* Th/9:30a-11a La Palma Royale        Silva
11989 T/1p-3p         Brighton Gardens      Armenta         11776* T/9:30a-11:30a Katella Sr Living    Rothery
11187 M/1:30p-3:30p Park Vista              Wyckhouse                              Community
                      Assisted Living                       11183* T/9:30a-11a     Park Regency        Randeria
                                                                                   Ret Res
                                                            11016* W/9:30a-11a     Brighton Gardens    Randeria
HISTORY OF COMEDY AND HUMOR                                 11030* T/10a-11:30a Bradford Square        Fitzpatrick
                                                            11018* S/10a-11:30a Emerald Court          Magruder
FOR OLDER ADULTS                                            11014* M/10a-11:30a Emerald Court          Silva
HLTH/161                                                    11673 F/10a-11:30a Brighton Gardens        Blabe
This class offers to older adults an informative look at    11552* M/10a-12p       Park Vista          Smith
past and present forms of comedy and humor, as it                                  Assisted Living
relates to their life experiences and what make them        11374* T/10a-12p       La Habra Villa      Nolasco
laugh. Older adult students become aware of the             11248* Th/10a-12p      La Habra Villa      Nolasco
influences, various mediums, elements and forms of          11037 F/10:30a-12:30p DePalma Terrace      Randeria
                                                                                   Sr Living
comedy and humor that has influences people                 11189* Th/10:30a-12p Park Vista            Feinstein
throughout history.                                                                Assisted Living
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009            11748* Th/1p-3p        Sunnycrest          Kimura
*Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14                                                              Chalet
CRN DAYS              PLACE                     INSTR       11025* Th/1p-3p        Anaheim Care        Randeria
11815 M/9:30a-        Seasons of La Habra       Gilbert                            Cottages
      11:30a                                                11430* M/1p-3p         Seasons of La       Kimura
11928 T/10a-12p       Morningside of Fullertn   Linen                              Habra
11536 M/1p-3p         Emeritus at Fairwood      Gilbert     21247* W/1p-3p         Sunnycrest          Silva
11407 M/1p-2:30p      Katella Sr Living         Linen                              Chalet
                      Community                             11575* Th/1p-3p        Anaheim Crown       Adams
11406 W/1p-3p         Bradford Square           Linen                              Plaza
11408* F/1p-2:30p     Park Regency Ret Res      Linen       11011* T/1p-2:30p      Anaheim Crown       Feinstein
                                                                                   Plaza
                                                            11745* W/1:30p-3:30p Anaheim Village       De Jong
TAI-CHI CHUAN FOR OLDER                                     11696* Th/1:30p-3:30p Park Regency         Mastin
                                                                                   Ret Res
ADULTS                                                      11421* M/1:30p-3:30p Emeritos at Casa      Hubert
FITN/107                                                                           Whittier
This course introduces older adults to a Chinese health     11190 F/1:30p-3:30p Gardens of Brea        Berrios
exercise which is neither vigorous nor strenuous. It is     11181* W/2p-4p         New Horizon         Randeria
suitable for older adults who want to exercise to gain or                          Lodge, Inc.
maintain good health. It will strengthen the muscles and    11015* W/3p-4:30p      Emerald Court       Feinstein
organs, relax the mind and body, improve blood              11676* T/3p-4:30p      Emeritus at         Feinstein
circulation, and increase memory and concentration.                                Fairwood
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
CRN DAYS                 PLACE                  INSTR
11829 Th/8:30a-10a   Muckenthaler               Layne
                     Cultural Center
11736 W/9:30a-11:30a Wst Anaheim Sr Prg         Layne
11372 M/10a-12p      Sr Citizens Ctr -          Gallegos
                     Placentia
11839 Th/10:30a-12p Yorba Linda Sr Ctr          Layne
11739 T/10:30a-12p Yorba Linda Sr Ctr           Layne
11838 Th/1p-3p       Cypress Sr Ctr             Layne
11366 M/1p-2:30p     Brea Senior Ctr            Gallegos
11737 T/1p-3p        St. Jude Ctr for           Layne
                     Rehabilitation
PHYSICAL FITNESS FOR OLDER                                       BEGINNING DRAMA FOR OLDER
ADULTS IN SENIOR CENTERS                                         ADULTS
FITN/300B                                                        CRAE/315
Use exercise to maintain and increase fitness. Enroll            This course is designed to introduce older adult
anytime in class!                                                students to the world of drama and to the theatrical
Starts week of 6/29/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009                 creative process. Students are encouraged to
*Dates: Jun 29-Jun 29                                            experiment and develop personal performance skills as
†Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14                                            well as gain an understanding of drama through
CRN DAYS               PLACE                INSTR                participation and practice critiques.
11166 W/8:30a-10:30a Yorba Linda Sr Ctr     Fitzpatrick          Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
71143 T/9a-11a       Los Alamitos Senior    Knox                 CRN DAYS             PLACE                          INSTR
                     Center                                      60705 F/10a-12p Muckenthaler Cultural Ctr Boulanger
11127 Th/9a-11a      Brea Senior Ctr        De Jong
11703 W/9a-10:30a    Lake Par k Mobile      Kimura
                     Home La Hab                                 HEALTHIER LIVING: MANAGING
11689 Th/9a-11a      Sr Citizens Ctr        Knox
                     Anaheim                                     ONGOING HEALTH CONDITIONS
11429 T/9a-10:30a    Lake Park Mobile       Yedor                FOR THE OLDER ADULT
                     Home Pk Brea                                HLTH/170
11170 T/9a-11a       West Anaheim Sr        Hernand              This course provides older adults with effective
                     Prog                   ez
                                                                 strategies and skills, good nutrition, and a regular
11167* M/9a-11a      Yorba Linda Sr Ctr     Yedor
       No Summer Class. Resumes 9/11/09.                         fitness program to assist in managing personal health
11143 T/9a-11a       Fullerton Sr Multi-    Carter-Rosenbloom    conditions and to maintain an active and fulfilling life.
                     Serv Ctr                                    Dates: Jun 29-Aug 13
11433 M/9:15a-11:15a Stanton Comm Ctr       Underwo              CRN DAYS                    PLACE                INSTR
                                            od                   81409 M/1p-3:30p            Stanton Com Ctr Underwood
60675 W/9:30a-11:30a Cypress Sr Citizen     Mastin
                      Ctr
11136 W/9:30a-11:30a Cypress Sr Citizen     Bowers                                Senior Classes
                      Ctr
12136 TTh/9:30a-      Buena Park Senior     Garcia
       11:30a         Ctr                                       Year round course, register in class at any time provided
11142 M/9:30a-11:30a Fullerton Sr Multi-    De Jong             space is available. A variety of classes are available to the
                      Serv Ctr                                  general public and are designed to improve the quality of daily
21221 M/9:30a-11:30a Brea Senior Ctr        Sutkowski           living by providing non-threatening, educational experiences,
11165 M/9:30a-11:30a Yorba Linda Sr Ctr     Yedor               social interaction, and adaptive physical activity. Call facility
60629 W/9:30a-11:30a Stanton Comm Ctr       Rothery             for class schedule.
11128 MWF/9:30a-      Buena Park Senior     Knox
       11:30a         Ctr
41271† F/10a-11:30a St. Jude West           Garcia              11003      Anaheim Crest Nurs Ctr                      827-2440
                      Fullerton Center                          11006      Anaheim Health Care Ctr                     816-0540
31191 MW/10a-12p      Good Shepherd         Jammer              11032      Artesia Gardens                             670-1111
                      Church                                    11009      Anaheim Terrace Conv                        821-7310
11156† F/10a-11:30a Sr Citizens Ctr -       Adams               11112      Anaheim VIP Ctr                             220-2114
                      Placentia                                 11001      Alamitos West Health Care Ctr         (562) 596-5561
11155 W/10a-11:30a Sr Citizens Ctr -        Adams               11115      Buena Park Sr Day Care Ctr                  826-3163
                      Placentia                                 11049      Buena Park Nurs Ctr                         828-8222
11150 T/10a-12p       La Habra Senior Ctr   De Jong             11051      Buena Vista Care Ctr                        535-7264
11151† F/10a-12p      La Habra Senior Ctr   De Jong             11054      Coventry Court                              636-2800
11134 M/10a-12p       Cypress Sr Citizen    Fitzpatrick         11056      Windsor Gardens of Fullerton                871-6020
                      Ctr                                       11397      Harbor Villa Care Center                    635-8131
11137 Th/10a-12p      Cypress Sr Citizen    Fitzpatrick         11550      DaVita - Brea Dialysis Ctr                  990-0110
                      Ctr                                       11069      Evergreen at Fullerton                      992-5701
12147 MW/10a-11:30a St. Jude West           Garcia              11116      Easter Seals Sr Day Services                672-0343
                      Fullerton Center                          11057      Fullerton Gardens                           441-2636
71138 Th/10a-12p      Fullerton Sr Multi-   Jammer              11058      Gordon Lane Conv Hosp                       879-7301
                      Serv Ctr                                  11688      Happy Brea Adult Day Hth Care               990-0333
11158 T/10:30a-12:30p Lake Park Mobile      Franze              11071      Knott Ave Care Ctr                          826-2330
                      Home - YL                                 11123      Karlton Residential Care Ctr                236-1170
                                                                11068      Leisure Court                               772-1353
11247 M/10:30a-12p Independencia Sr Cr      Matson
                                                                11059      La Habra Conv Hospital                (562) 691-0781
                      La Coloni
                                                                11063      La Palma Nurs Ctr                           772-7480
11159† F/11a-12:30p Lake Park Mobile        Berrios             11076      Park Anaheim Healthcare Ctr                 827-5880
                      Home - YL                                 11081      Park Regency Care Ctr                 (562) 691-8810
11153 Th/12:30p-2p Fullerton Sr Multi-      Sellens             11082      Park Vista at Morningside                   256-1000
                      Serv Ctr                                  11364      Rehab Institute So Ca                       680-6060
21033† F/1p-3p        Rose Drive Friends    Underwood           11050      Sr Living Communities, LLC                  870-8122
                      Church                                    11106      St. Elizabeth Healthcare                    871-9202
11895 M/1p-2:30p      Buena Park Senior     Yu                  11090      Greenfield Care Center of Full              879-4511
                      Ctr                                       11411      Sun-Mar Nurs Ctr                            776-1720
11125 T/2p-3:30p      Sr Citizens Ctr       Fitzpatrick         11092      Terrace View Care Ctr                       870-0060
                      Anaheim                                   11099      W Anah Extended Care Center                 821-1993
11135 M/2p-4p         Cypress Sr Citizen    Mastin              11103      Windsor Gardens of Anaheim                  826-8950
                      Ctr                                       11039      Whittier Hills Hlth Care Ctr          (562) 947-7817
                                                                11038      Walnut Manor Care Ctr                       776-7150
                                                                11121      Windsong Sr Activity Ctr                    956-4190
        KIDS' COLLEGE & TEEN                                       DRAWING & SKETCHING
                                                                   (AGES 5-7)
              PROGRAM                                              KIDS/903
                                                                   Designed to heighten your child's self-esteem through
Welcome to Kids' College! Classes are held at five locations:      individual expression while interacting creatively with
Anaheim Campus, Cypress College, Wilshire (Fullerton)              others. Basic drawing skills and the application of
and Tall Mouse, 17506 Yorba Linda Blvd., Yorba Linda, CA           colors using colored pencils and watercolors will be
92886, Brookhurst Jr. High School, 601 N. Brookhurst               used.
Ave., Anaheim, CA 92801. Enrollment is limited. For more           Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
information, call 714-484-7038. Parents are responsible for        CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
their own children. Please arrive 10 minutes before class lets     80018 S/10a-11a       SCE200/204      Bae          $50
out to pick up your child! Each child should be accompanied
by an adult to the first class to check exact classroom location
and future drop-off and pick-up points. Please walk any            ART IS FOR YOU
young child to and from classes. Make sure classroom               (AGES 5-8)
has not relocated before dropping off your child!                  KIDS/414
Please complete an emergency form for each child registering       Calling young artists bold and shy! Come use different
for Kids' College and the Teen Program. REFUNDS: Refund            art materials each day to learn how to "draw what you
petition must be filled out 48 hours before a class starts. A      see" and what you imagine. Materials list given in class.
$10.00 processing fee will be deducted from ALL refunds            Dates: Jul 9-Aug 13
issued (except classes cancelled by the District). Choose
                                                                   CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
classes wisely, no refunds if parent enrolls child in the wrong
                                                                   80124 Th/4p-5p        WIL/207         Fowler       $50
grade or level. Classes are subject to cancellation for low
enrollment. (Full refund for cancelled classes.)
Classes begin June 22, 2009. Please check individual classes       WONDERFUL ARTS & CRAFTS
for actual start date. All SCE offices will be closed and there
will be no classes July 3 - 5. *Please check at office for
                                                                   (AGES 8+)
supply lists for specific classes.* Classes may be added -         KIDS/438A
for a complete Kids' College Class Schedule log onto               Come and create art and craft projects using different
www.sce.edu                                                        media and surfaces.
                                                                   Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
                                                                   *Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
                    Arts & Crafts                                  †Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
                                                                   ‡Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
                                                                   °Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
 WONDERFUL ARTS AND CRAFTS                                         CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR FEE
 (AGES 5-7)                                                        80268 S/10:30a-12p          WIL/201      Cardoza $55
                                                                   81351* MTWThF/10:30a-       SCECYP/      Cardoza $55
 KIDS/438                                                                 12p                  117
 Come and create art and craft projects using different            80265† MTWThF/1p-2:30p      WIL/215      Bae     $55
 media and surfaces.                                               81343‡ MTWThF/2:30p-4p      AN/402A      Cardoza $55
 Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14                                              81341° MTWThF/2:30p-4p      SCECYP/      Cardoza $55
 *Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                                                         117
 †Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
 ‡Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
 °Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24                                             CARTOON DRAWING
 CRN DAYS                   PLACE            INSTR FEE             (AGES 8+)
 80393 MTWThF/9a- SCECYP/117                 Cardoza $55           KIDS/403
        10:30a                                                     Introduces drawing/thinking techniques. Offers in-class
 80269* S/9a-10:30a   WIL/201                Cardoza $55
                                                                   drills and drawings with demonstrations and reviews;
 80361* S/11a-12:30p SCE200/204              Bae     $55
 81342† MTWThF/1p- AN/402A                   Cardoza $55           receive supplemental handout to help support a long-
        2:30p                                                      term interest. Instructor was an artist/designer for a
 81375‡ MTWThF/1p- SCECYP/117                Cardoza $55           major cartoon corporation. Parents and adults may
        2:30p                                                      enroll.
 80264° MTWThF/2:30p- WIL/215                Bae        $55        Dates: Jul 11-Aug 1
        4p                                                         CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                                   80047 S/10a-12p       SCE200/219      Gagne        $55
 SEASONAL ARTS AND CRAFTS
 WORKSHOP (AGES 6+)                                                DRAWING & SKETCHING
 KIDS/1043               NEW!                                      (AGES 5-7)
 Create a fun craft project to keep for yourself or give as        KIDS/903
 a gift. Children will be encouraged to use their                  Designed to heighten your child's self-esteem through
 imagination.                                                      individual expression while interacting creatively with
 Dates: Aug 8-Aug 8                                                others. Basic drawing skills and the application of
 *Dates: Jul 31-Jul 31                                             colors using colored pencils and watercolors will be
 Snowman theme crafts will be made.                                used.
 CRN DAYS               PLACE             INSTR         FEE        Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
 81143 S/12:30p-        SCE200/219        Mattoon       $25        CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
        2:30p                                                      80018 S/10a-11a       SCE200/204      Bae          $50
 81144* F/1p-3p         WIL/216           Mattoon       $25
DRAWING & SKETCHING                                        WONDERFUL WATERCOLORS
(AGES 8+)                                                  (AGES 8+)
KIDS/903A                                                  KIDS/408
Designed to heighten your child's self-esteem through      Come have fun learning basic watercolor painting
individual expression while interacting creatively with    techniques. No experience is necessary! Please bring a
others. Basic drawing skills using colored pencils and     "set of 8" dry watercolor paints, a pad of inexpensive
watercolors.                                               watercolor paper and two watercolor brushes: one 1/4"
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                       round and one 1/4" flat.
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE      Dates: Jul 9-Aug 13
81320 S/9a-10a       SCE200/204      Bae          $50      CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
80020 S/12p-1p       WIL/201         Cardoza      $50      80125 Th/5p-6p       WIL/207         Fowler       $50


CALLIGRAPHY                                                YOUNG ARTIST WORKSHOP
(GRADES 3-6)                                               (AGES 7+)
KIDS/1457                                      NEW!        KIDS/410
Learn to write beautifully while having fun! Learn about   Learn to draw animals, natural objects, landscapes,
ancient alphabets and the secrets that past scribes        and people. Covers basic theory of color, value,
(hand written) had that can make your writing special      perspective and spatial relationships. Your child will
today. We will make bookmarkers, magnets, thank-you        learn to draw better!
and holiday cards and more! Impress your friends,          Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
teachers, mom and dad too! It's easy with today's          CRN DAYS                 PLACE       INSTR        FEE
tools.                                                     80253 MTWThF/1p-3p WIL/217           Cardoza      $75
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 7/27/2009
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
81169 F/10a-         WIL/218         Staff        $60      CREATIVE CRAFTS FROM AROUND
      11:30a                                               THE WORLD (AGES 8+)
81166 M/10a-         CC/TE3-203      Staff        $60
      11:30a                                               KIDS/1605               NEW!
81170 F/1p-2:30p Tall Mouse-         Staff        $60      Come join our adventure as we explore art from around
                 Yorba Linda                               the world! We will create fun and unique art with
81167 M/1p-2:30p AN/504              Staff        $60      influences from Mexico, Africa, Europe, Asia and the
                                                           Mediterranean. Learn how to do paper mache,
                                                           mosaics, painting and more! Instructor will have a
CALLIGRAPHY                                                supply list on first day of class.
(GRADES 7+)                                                Dates: Jul 9-Jul 30
KIDS/1459                                      NEW!        CRN DAYS             PLACE              INSTR FEE
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 7/27/2009            81319 Th/10a-1p      Tall Mouse-YL      Staff     $95
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
81171 F/2:30p-4p Tall Mouse-         Staff        $60      PAPER BAG SCRAPBOOK ALBUM
                 Yorba Linda
81168 M/2:30p-4p AN/504              Staff        $60      (AGES 9+)
                                                           KIDS/1610              NEW!
                                                           Create a fun scrapbook album. We ll turn paper bags
CALLIGRAPHY II                                             into an album including pockets, tags and more! Have
(GRADES 3-6)                                               fun learning to use many scrapbooking tools available
KIDS/1463                                      NEW!        in class. Learn many techniques to keep your
Learn more about writing with Chancery style! Have fun     memories preserved. Kit will be provided. Also makes
practicing a whole new alphabet and make some              a wonderful gift. All skill levels.
beautiful art/craft projects (ornamental capitals, gift    Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
bags, birthday cards and more!) Learn more about           CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
calligraphy and graphic art tools that add gold, silver    81376 T/3p-4:30p WIL/201    Staff                 $65
and glitter to your work (the ancients called it           81339 W/3:30p-5p SCECYP/103 Staff                 $65
illumination). Inspire your student to write more
beautifully!
Dates: Aug 7-Sep 4
                                                           CAPTURE THE MOMENT (AGES 10+)
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE      KIDS/1400               NEW!
81172 F/1p-2:30p     Tall Mouse-     Staff        $60      Using the computer and your own photographs from a
                     Yorba Linda                           special event learn how to create a variety of
                                                           personalized items from storybooks to cards, calendars
                                                           and more! Bring scannable photos and a USB flash
CALLIGRAPHY II                                             drive or photos uploaded to a USB flash drive to class.
(GRADES 7+)                                                Parents have the option of purchasing a variety of
KIDS/1465                                      NEW!        personalized items. Information sheet provided in class.
Dates: Aug 7-Sep 4                                         Dates: Jul 20-Jul 23
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE      *Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
81173 F/2:30p-4p     Tall Mouse-     Staff        $60      CRN DAYS                    PLACE       INSTR FEE
                     Yorba Linda                           81377 MTWTh/9a-11:30a WIL/214           Cardoza $90
                                                           81259* MTWThF/1p-3p   SCE200/           Cardoza $90
                                                                                 211
FASHION ILLUSTRATION I                                         COMPUTER KEYBOARDING I
(AGES 12+)                                                     (AGES 8+)
KIDS/445                                                       KIDS/900
Calling all aspiring fashion illustrators. In this class you   Multimedia software teaches your child the layout of the
will complete a fashion figure with collars, blouses,          computer keyboard. Integrated music and puzzle
skirts, pants, hats and accessories by the end of the          activities make learning fun! Enrollment is limited!
course. Students will learn how to draw proportional           Dates: Jun 29-Jul 10; nc Jul 3
figures and faces, as well as gesture drawings.                *Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
Fashion figures will be created using watercolors,             †Dates: Jul 13-Jul 16
colored pencils, markers, and pens. Special supplies           ‡Dates: Jun 30-Jul 16
required, pick up list in office.                              CRN DAYS                 PLACE           INSTR FEE
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                           81230 MWF/9a-10:30a      AN/310     Roy     $65
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR            FEE      80364* S/9a-10a          SCE200/211 Kabir   $65
80132 S/1p-2:30p SCE200/             Bae              $55      81334† MTWTh/9a-         WIL/214    Cardoza $65
                 204                                                  10:30a
                                                               81228‡ TTh/10a-11:30a    SCE200/211 Roy     $65
                                                               80267* S/1p-2:30p        WIL/214    Cardoza $65


               AVID Enrichment                                 COMPUTER KEYBOARDING I
                                                               (AGES 12+)
AVID ENRICHMENT - SOCIAL                                       KIDS/1390                                         NEW!
                                                               Multimedia software teaches your child the layout of the
SCIENCE FOCUS                                                  computer keyboard. Integrated music and puzzle
(GRADES 7+)                                                    activities make learning the keyboard fun! Enrollment is
KIDS/1525                                          NEW!        limited!
The primary focus of the Advancement via Individual            Dates: Jul 13-Jul 16
Determination (AVID) Enrichment program with Social            *Dates: Jun 29-Jul 10; nc Jul 3
Science Focus is to allow students the opportunity to          CRN DAYS                    PLACE INSTR            FEE
study in-depth a variety of the best thinkers, scientists,     81335 MTWTh/10:30a-         WIL/214 Cardoza        $65
artists and explorers whose work has greatly effected                 12p
the course of human history.                                   81231* MWF/10:30a-12p       AN/310 Roy             $65
Dates: Jul 8-Jul 25
*Dates: Jun 22-Jul 7
CRN DAYS               PLACE               INSTR FEE           COMPUTER KEYBOARDING II
81392 MTWTh/8a-        Brookhurst Jr.      Staff      $75      (AGES 8+)
       12:30p          High School                             KIDS/1394               NEW!
81391* MTWTh/8a-       Brookhurst Jr.      Staff      $75      This class is for students who can already type but wish
       12:30p          High School                             to improve their speed and accuracy. Be ready for
                                                               school projects and research papers.                Learn
                                                               keyboarding through writing exercises including poetry
                                                               and stories. On the last day of class students will share
                    Computers                                  a creation from class.
                                                               Dates: Jul 13-Jul 24
                                                               *Dates: Jul 21-Aug 6
An Acceptable Use Policy Form for the                          CRN DAYS                 PLACE           INSTR FEE
Business/Computer Skills Lab is required. Parents may          81232 MWF/9a-10:30a AN/310       Roy               $65
pick up a form at the time of registration. Some classes       81229* TTh/10a-11:30a SCE200/211 Roy               $65
may require a free Yahoo user account. For these
classes, the instructor will supply the information.
                                                               COMPUTER KEYBOARDING II
It is required that students bring a USB Flash Drive -         (AGES 12+)
minimum 256 MB to all Kids' College Computer
classes.
                                                               KIDS/1398               NEW!
                                                               Dates: Jul 13-Jul 24
                                                               CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE
INTRO TO COMPUTERS                                             81233 MWF/10:30a-12p AN/310               Roy       $65
(AGES 8+)
KIDS/901                                                       MICROSOFT WORD FOR KIDS
Have fun while developing proficiency in software              (AGES 8+)
usage and hardware knowledge.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
                                                               KIDS/913
CRN DAYS               PLACE            INSTR         FEE      Learn how to create, save and print documents (letters,
80098 S/10a-11a        SCE200/211       Kabir         $65      reports, tables, memos, flyers, etc.) Check spelling and
                                                               grammar. Edit, change format, font and style. Create
                                                               tables, print labels and envelopes, insert pictures and
                                                               use mail merge.
                                                               Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
                                                               CRN DAYS               PLACE              INSTR FEE
                                                               81378 S/9a-10:30a AN/310                  Staff     $65
                                                               80139 S/11a-12:30p SCE200/211             Kabir     $65
MICROSOFT WORD, POWERPOINT &                                                      Cooking
EXCEL FOR KIDS
(AGES 9+)
KIDS/1408              NEW!                                 FUN WITH BAKING!
This course is for students who know the basics in at
                                                            (AGES 8-11)
least one of the Microsoft applications. Students will      KIDS/1510                                          NEW!
learn how Word, PowerPoint and Excel can be used in         Have fun learning the basics of baking. Register for a
school projects (reports, presentations) and for            single class or the entire series. Students will learn
personal use (fun signs, presentations and money            about and use basic kitchen tools. Safety, cleanliness
management spreadsheets).                                   and working with others will be emphasized. Bring an
Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17                                        apron to class and a towel for clean-up and a container
*Dates: Jul 27-Aug 6                                        for leftovers. Check if there are additional supplies
CRN DAYS                 PLACE           INSTR FEE          required each week.
81346 MTWThF/9a-         AN/303          Guidry    $80      Dates: Jul 11-Jul 11
       11:30a                                               *Dates: Jul 18-Jul 18
81345* MTWTh/2p-         SCE200/211 Guidry         $80      †Dates: Aug 8-Aug 8
       3:30p                                                ‡Dates: Aug 1-Aug 1
                                                            °Dates: Jul 25-Jul 25
                                                            CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
INTERNET ZONE (GRADES 6-8)                                  81223 S/9a-12p      SCECYP/104         Staff        $40
KIDS/1405                  NEW!                                    Baking Cupcakes
When you search for information on the Internet, you        81224* S/9a-12p     SCECYP/104         Staff        $40
are on the World Wide Web (a very large and complex                Baking a Pie
Web of information). In this course, we will explore        81227† S/9a-12p     SCECYP/104        Staff       $60
websites to help you succeed in school, explore your               Cake Icing and Decorating     - Fee Includes a
interests, and create your own projects. We will also              Cake Decorating Kit
                                                            81226‡ S/9a-12p     SCECYP/104         Staff        $40
discuss Internet safety.
                                                                   Baking Bread Dough
Dates: Aug 3-Aug 14                                         81225° S/9a-12p     SCECYP/104         Staff        $40
CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR FEE                 Baking Cookies
81349 MWF/9a-10:30a         AN/310       Staff     $75

                                                            BEYOND SMOOTHIES AND MORE
INTRODUCTION TO POWERPOINT                                  (AGES 7 -12)
(AGES 9+)                                                   KIDS/1045
KIDS/932                                                    Child and parent will join forces to create a variety of
Students will have fun creating a simple slide show         colorful and delicious summer-time drinks. This one day
presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint. Learn how to       workshop will include demonstration and hands-on
use text, animation, sound effects and graphics to          participation in the creation of fun summer-time drinks
complete a short in-class slide show.                       for kids including smoothies and fruit juices beverages.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                        Demonstration will be given on fun fresh fruit garnishes
CRN DAYS                 PLACE           INSTR FEE          and colorful ice rings. The class will be taught by our
81379 S/10:30a-12p       AN/310          Staff     $65      vocational bartending instructor and class will be held in
                                                            our adult bartending classroom.
                                                            Dates: Aug 15-Aug 15
CREATE YOUR OWN WEB PAGE                                    CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
USING HTML (AGES 12+)                                       80233 S/9a-11:30a SCE200/210           Salisbury    $25
KIDS/930                                                    80430 S/11:30a-2p SCE200/210           Salisbury    $25
Learn how to create your own web page with HTML.
Includes creating, formatting, enhancing and publishing
HTML/web pages. Prerequisite:           Basic Internet
navigation skills.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
                                                                                   Dance
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
80138 S/12:30p-2p SCE200/211          Kabir        $65      CREATIVE DANCE AND EXERCISE
                                                            (AGE 3-4)
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER                                    KIDS/550
ANIMATION & GAMES                                           Introduces children to basic dance techniques
                                                            combined with exercise. Focus is on rhythm, movement
(GRADES 5-8)                                                and coordination to develop self-confidence in a
KIDS/1320                                                   creative environment.
Girls and boys, it's time to be creative and have fun! In   Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
this course, you will learn basic computer programming.     CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
You will design simple animations and even make your        81380 S/10:30a-       SCECYP/118 Abrahamson $50
own video game. Whether you know a lot or a little                11:30a
about computers, you will enjoy this course!
Dates: Jun 29-Jul 2
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
81338 MTWTh/2p- SCE200/211            Guidry       $65
      4p
YOUTH BALLET                                                  JAZZ HIP HOP DANCE
(AGE 3)                                                       (AGES 5-7)
KIDS/510                                                      KIDS/522
This is a beginning class that incorporates basic ballet      Jazz dance techniques with a hip hop flair, style and
technique with fun motor skill exercises that focus on        rhythm emphasized. Students will gain self-esteem
rhythm and strength building. Parents not allowed in          and confidence in an upbeat atmosphere. Wear
the dance studio during class. The children will perform      comfortable clothing and bring water.
a dance learned throughout the session on the last day        Dates: Jul 9-Aug 13
of class, during the fall, winter and spring sessions only.   CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8                                           80191 Th/5p-6p         AN/134        Vest         $50
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE
80036 S/11a-12p       CC/GYM 2-        Weidman       $50
                      125                                     JAZZ HIP-HOP DANCE
                                                              (AGES 5-6)
YOUTH BALLET                                                  KIDS/516
                                                              Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
(AGES 4-5)                                                    CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
KIDS/510A                                                     80027 S/11:30a-        SCECYP/118 Abrahamson $50
Beginning class that teaches basic ballet technique and             12:30p
coordination skills in a fun environment. There will be a
performance on the last day of class during the fall,
winter, and spring sessions only. Parents are not             JAZZ HIP-HOP DANCE
allowed in the dance studio during class.                     (AGES 7+)
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8                                           KIDS/516A
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
80037 S/12p-1p        CC/GYM 2-        Weidman       $50      CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
                      125                                     80028 S/1p-2p          SCECYP/118 Abrahamson $50

YOUTH BALLET                                                  JAZZ HIP-HOP DANCE
(AGES 6+)                                                     (AGES 8+)
KIDS/510B                                                     KIDS/523
This is a beginning class that introduces the young           Dates: Jul 9-Aug 13
dancer to the structure of a true classical ballet class.
                                                              CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
The students will do barre, center and across the floor
                                                              80192 Th/6p-7p         AN/134        Vest         $50
work to help develop strength, coordination and
balance. There will be a performance on the last day of
class during the fall, winter, and spring sessions only.      MUSICAL THEATRE
Parents are not allowed in the dance studio during
class.
                                                              (AGES 7+)
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8                                           KIDS/315
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      Enjoy the exciting world of musical theatre! Each
80038 S/1p-2p         CC/GYM 2-        Weidman       $50      participant will learn the choreography and vocals to a
                      125                                     fun musical. Family and friends are invited to a recital
                                                              performance on the last day of class.
                                                              Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
CHILDREN'S BALLET AND TAP                                     CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
DANCE                                                         80032 S/2p-3p          SCECYP/118 Abrahamson $50
(AGES 5+)
KIDS/502
At the beginning level, children will learn ballet and tap
techniques, simple dance combos and rhythm                                 Foreign Language
exercises.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      SING AND LEARN CHINESE FOR
80341 S/2p-3p         CC/GYM 2-        Weidman       $50      PARENT AND CHILD
                      125                                     (AGES 0-6)
                                                              KIDS/1290                NEW!
CHILDREN'S TAP DANCE                                          A jump start opportunity for children to learn
                                                              pronunciation, greetings, and basic Mandarin concepts
(AGES 7+)                                                     through music, movements, storytelling and various
KIDS/501                                                      activities. Class offers a great opportunity for parents
Children will learn tap techniques, rhythm exercises          wanting to increase their child's social, emotional,
and simple dance combinations at beginning level.             interpersonal skills. Parents can also learn along with
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                          their own child in a fun setting.
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      Dates: Jun 30-Jul 21
81007 S/3p-4p         SCECYP/118 Abrahamson $50               CRN DAYS               PLACE      INSTR           FEE
                                                              81315 T/5p-6p          SCECYP/    Hagerty         $55
                                                                                     117
SPANISH FUN FOR MOMMY, DADDY                                CHEERLEADING
AND ME                                                      (AGES 8+)
(AGES 3-4)                                                  KIDS/587A
KIDS/1433                NEW!                               Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
Parent and child learn Spanish through songs, dancing       CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
and games. Introduction to greetings, colors, numbers       81146 S/1p-2p          AN/134        Ortega       $55
and body parts. All in a fun way.
Dates: Jul 7-Aug 11
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                            TINY TOTS TUMBLING
81082 T/10a-11a       AN/504          Mory         $50      (AGES 18M - 3YRS)
                                                            KIDS/1330
                                                            This class will introduce your child to stretching,
ROCK 'N LEARN SPANISH                                       locomotor and basic gymnastic skills in a fun and safe
(AGES 5-7)                                                  environment. Parent/guardian participation required to
KIDS/108A                                                   assist the child through age appropriate progressive
This course is a fun way to learn beginning Spanish.        gymnastic instruction each week.
Students with little or no previous Spanish will            Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
experience the thrill of learning a second language.        *Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
Children will learn pronunciation, greetings, colors and    †Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
other basic concepts through songs, games, dances           CRN DAYS                 PLACE       INSTR        FEE
and other activities.                                       81013 S/8a-9a       CC/GYM 2-        Stumpf       $55
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009                                 123
*Dates: Jul 6-Aug 3                                         81006 S/9a-10a      CC/GYM 2-        Stumpf       $55
                                                                                123
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE      81220* MTWThF/2p-3p AN/134           Stumpf       $55
80187 T/10a-11a       AN/114     Chavez            $50      81218† MTWThF/2p-3p WIL/204          Stumpf       $55
80112* M/3p-4p        WIL/201    Chavez            $50
81090 Th/5p-6p        SCECYP/107 Chavez            $50
                                                            MOMS, POPS & TOTS TUMBLING
A TOUCH OF SPANISH                                          (AGES 3-5)
(AGES 8-12)                                                 KIDS/580
                                                            Moms and Dads - bring your child to class! Through
KIDS/108B                                                   basic gymnastic skills, your child will improve
This class offers an introductory program that makes        coordination and developmental skills. You need to be
Spanish acquisition a natural, personalized, enjoyable      there to assist your child at all times. Come dressed to
and rewarding experience. Students will learn to read       stretch, jump and run. You'll both have a great time
and write basic Spanish and will be introduced to           (boys and girls).
speaking first level Spanish.
                                                            Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
                                                            *Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE      †Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
80353 T/11a-      AN/114     Chavez                $50
      12:30p                                                CRN DAYS                 PLACE       INSTR        FEE
80076 M/4p-5:30p WIL/201     Chavez                $50      80344 S/10a-11a     CC/GYM 2- Stumpf              $55
80190 Th/5p-6:30p SCECYP/103 Mory                  $50                          123
                                                            81221* MTWThF/3p-4p AN/134    Stumpf              $55
                                                            81219† MTWThF/3p-4p WIL/204 Stumpf                $55


     Gymnastics & Cheerleading                              GYMNASTICS - BEGINNING I
                                                            (AGES 5-7)
                                                            KIDS/575
CHEERLEADING                                                Introduces basic gymnastic tumbling skills, safety and
(AGES 4-7)                                                  stretching. Bridges, tripods and, a variety of rolls and
KIDS/587                                                    jumps will be some of the skills taught for boys and
Cheerleading students will learn all the basic              girls. Pick up instruction sheet at registration!
fundamental cheer movements as well as sideline             Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
cheers, fight song cheers and performance cheers.           CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
Students will learn proper warm-up and stretching           80237 S/11a-12p        CC/GYM 1-     Warner       $60
techniques to improve flexibility. This class is designed                          102           Stumpf
to build self-confidence. Show performance on the last
day of class. Wear tennis shoes. Wear comfortable
clothing and bring water. Short performance on the last     GYMNASTICS - BEGINNING I
day for family and friends.                                 (AGES 8+)
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                        KIDS/576
CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE      Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
80366 S/12p-1p        AN/134          Ortega       $55      CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
                                                            80025 S/12p-1p         CC/GYM 1-     Warner       $60
                                                                                   102           Stumpf
GYMNASTICS II                                                                          Math
(AGES 6+)
KIDS/577
For continuing gymnasts; more advanced stretching
                                                              MASTER MATH - 1ST GRADE
and tumbling skills, including headstands, handstands,        KIDS/239
bridge kick-overs, cartwheels and tumbling                    Students will review counting to 100, learn and practice
combinations will be taught. Boys and girls are               basic math skills including addition and subtraction.
welcome. Must have beginning gymnastics pass                  Also included are time and fractions. Students will learn
certificate.                                                  to use reasoning when solving problems.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                          Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      CRN DAYS                PLACE         INSTR        FEE
80343 S/1p-2p         CC/GYM 1-        Warner        $60      81355 S/9a-10a          AN/118     Mitchler        $50
                      102              Stumpf                 80090 S/12p-1p          SCECYP/107 Gonzales        $50


                   Martial Arts                               MASTER MATH - 2ND GRADE
                                                              KIDS/240
                                                              Students will learn and practice basic math skills in fun
INTRODUCTION TO THE MARTIAL                                   and exciting sessions. Includes addition, subtraction,
ARTS                                                          telling time, graphs, word problems, money, fractions,
(AGES 4 -6)                                                   and beginning multiplication.
                                                              Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
KIDS/1280                                                     CRN DAYS                PLACE         INSTR        FEE
Students will be introduced to basic martial arts skills as
                                                              81356 S/10a-11a         AN/118        Mitchler     $50
well as important life skills. Class will enhance your        80013 S/10a-11a         SCE200/215    Staff        $50
child's coordination and increase you child's
confidence. Self Awareness skills and personal safety
skills will be covered. Martial arts is a process that will   MASTER MATH - 3RD GRADE
help develop a positive attitude, respect, self discipline    KIDS/241
and build character.
                                                              Includes addition, subtraction, multiplication, division,
Dates: Jul 7-Aug 11
                                                              graphs, fractions, word problems, geometric concepts.
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
81074 T/6p-7p         SCECYP/118 Kalar               $55
                                                              CRN DAYS                PLACE         INSTR        FEE
                                                              80014 S/9a-10a          SCE200/215    Staff        $50
KUNG FU FOR KIDS                                              81357 S/12p-1p          AN/118        Mitchler     $50
(AGES 7-17)
KIDS/655                                                      MASTER MATH - 4TH GRADE
The ancient Chinese art of San Soo. Instruction and           KIDS/242
practice in the fundamentals of San Soo's basic               Students will learn and practice basic math skills in fun
defensive techniques that will help students develop          and enriching sessions. Includes adding, subtracting,
physical ability as well as increase confidence.              multiplying and dividing, as well as using graphs and
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                          charts, place values and fractions.
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
80030 S/11a-      CC/GYM 2-            Kalar         $60      CRN DAYS                PLACE         INSTR        FEE
      12:30p      123                                         80068 S/11a-12p         SCECYP/107 Gonzales        $50
80031 S/12:30p-2p CC/GYM 2-            Kalar         $60
                  123
                                                              IMPROVE YOUR MATH AND STUDY
JUDO/JUJITSU FOR KIDS                                         SKILLS (GRADES 3-4)
(AGES 6-13)                                                   KIDS/213
KIDS/654                                                      Personalized math; children will learn how to improve
                                                              basic math skills in a fun, relaxed and enjoyable
This program is designed for children, with a focus on        manner through the use of games and worksheets.
improving coordination, quick reflexes, stamina, speed,       Tutors student by grade level. Reviews addition,
strength and sportsmanship. The three main categories         subtraction, multiplication and division. Includes
of Judo are taught, which include throwing techniques,        fractions, decimals and story problems.
striking techniques, and grappling techniques on the
                                                              Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
mat. Techniques for free practice are used, and
children may participate in competition.
                                                              CRN DAYS                PLACE         INSTR        FEE
                                                              80188 S/10a-11a         CC/CE12-11    Bray         $50
Dates: Jul 6-Aug 12
CRN       DAYS            PLACE        INSTR        FEE
80107     MW/5:30p-       WIL/204      Firestone $60          IMPROVE YOUR MATH AND STUDY
          6:30p                                               SKILLS (GRADES 5-6)
                                                              KIDS/213A
                                                              Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
                                                              *Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
                                                              CRN DAYS                  PLACE          INSTR FEE
                                                              81381 S/9a-10a      CC/CE12-11 Bray                $50
                                                              80189* MTWThF/3p-4p WIL/218    Bray                $50
SOLVING WORD PROBLEMS                                         ALGEBRA 1
(GRADE 5)                                                     (GRADES 7+)
KIDS/1273                                                     KIDS/225
Are word problems a challenge? Students will review           This course is designed to accomplish the goals of
basic math strategies to select data and successfully         enhancing and increasing the math skills and
solve different types of math word problems. Enrollment       knowledge in broader scope. It will cover topics on
is limited to 10 students                                     rational numbers and their operations, solving
Dates: Jul 13-Jul 24                                          equations and inequalities, relations and functions,
*Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                         graphing linear equations, finding the equation of the
†Dates: Jun 29-Jul 10; nc Jul 3                               line, parallel and perpendicular lines, solving systems of
CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE           equations, consistent and inconsistent systems,
80400 MWF/10a-11a SCE200/204 Duran                   $60      polynomials and their operations, factoring polynomials,
81238* S/10a-11a   SCE200/217 Duran                  $60      solving quadratic equations and simplifying rational
81099† MTWThF/10a- AN/611     Duran                  $60      expressions. Workbooks will be provided.
       11a                                                    Dates: Jun 22-Jul 17; nc Jul 3
                                                              *Dates: Jul 27-Aug 14
                                                              CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR         FEE
MATHEMATICS                                                   80095 MTWThF/10a- AN/118           Jain              $135
(GRADES 6+)                                                          11:30a
KIDS/243                                                             No classes on 6-29-09 and 7-3-09.
Get an advanced start in middle school. Learn math            80260* MTWThF/12p- CC/TE3- Guidry                    $125
                                                                     1:30p           222
the easy way. Includes order of operation, variables,
exponents, solving equations, decimals, scientific
notation, averages, prime factorization, GCF, fractions,      ALGEBRA
probabilities, LCM, integers, two-step equations,
inequalities, functions, perimeter and finding                (GRADES 7+)
circumferences. Includes a workbook.                          KIDS/217
Dates: Jul 27-Aug 14                                          Learn how to solve equations, multiplying polynomials,
*Dates: Jun 22-Jul 17; nc Jul 3                               work word problems, graph functions, solve inequalities
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR         FEE      without stress.
80258 MTWThF/9a- CC/TE3- Guidry                      $125     Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8
       10:30a          222                                    CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE
80118* MTWThF/1p- AN/118           Jain              $135     80056 S/1p-2p         SCECYP/103 McLaughlin $50
       2:30p
       No classes on 6/29/09 and 7/3/09
                                                              PRE-CALCULUS
EASE INTO PRE-ALGEBRA                                         (GRADES 10+)
(GRADES 5-6)                                                  KIDS/1150
                                                              This course is designed for preparation into Calculus.
KIDS/202                                                      Topics range from relations and functions, linear and
Increase your skills in pre-algebra through calculating       quadratic functions, polynomials, rational functions,
activities. Also, fractions, decimals, integers and solving   radicals and roots, exponentials and logarithms, conic
equations.                                                    sections, systems of equations, and sequences/series.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8                                           Dates: Jul 7-Aug 11
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE
80006 S/12p-1p        SCECYP/103 McLaughlin $50               80384 T/4p-5:30p SCECYP/107 Emperado $65

PRE-ALGEBRA                                                   CALCULUS I
(GRADES 6+)                                                   (GRADES 10+)
KIDS/236                                                      KIDS/1155                                         NEW!
This course reinforces the school curriculum using            This course is the first of a three part series of Calculus
strong algebra skills. Topics include: whole numbers,         that is designed as a quick review of the Pre-Calculus
decimals, integers and their operations, algebraic and        functions. Topics covered will include understanding of
numerical expressions, order of operations, powers and        properties of limits, techniques of finding limits,
exponents, rational numbers, GCF, LCM, solving                asymptote, continuity and one-sided limits, and infinite
equations and inequalities, ratio, proportions and            limits. These skills are an excellent preparation for the
percent, finding the area and volume, square roots and        AP Calculus exam given in May.
Pythagorean theorem. Workbooks will be provided.              Dates: Jul 7-Aug 11
Dates: Jul 27-Aug 14                                          CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE
*Dates: Jun 22-Jul 17; nc Jul 3                               81017 T/5:30p-7p SCECYP/107 Emperado $65
CRN DAYS                     PLACE        INSTR FEE
80259 MTWThF/10:30a- CC/TE3- Guidry                  $125
       12p                222
80094* MTWThF/11:30a- AN/118          Jain           $135
       1p
       No classes on 6-29-09 and 7-3-09
                 Math Tutorials                              TUTORIAL: PRE-GEOMETRY
                                                             (GRADES 4-6)
                                                             KIDS/220
TUTORIAL: MATH MANIA                                         Students will learn basic ideas of geometry such as line
(GRADES 1-2)                                                 and angle relationships, transversals, area and
KIDS/211                                                     perimeter of various polygons, and area and
Students will review and enhance basic math skills           circumference of circles in a fun environment.
such as, addition, subtraction, fractions, place value,      Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
money and telling time according to their grade level.       *Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
Students will use games, worksheets and story                †Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
problems to enrich their skills. Limited to 8 students.      CRN DAYS                 PLACE           INSTR FEE
Dates: Jul 13-Aug 10                                         80370 MTWThF/10a- SCE200/210 Bray                  $65
*Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009                     11a
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE      81337* MTWThF/2p-3p WIL/218    Bray                $65
80165 M/9a-10a        AN/504     Mitchler           $60      80374† MTWThF/4p-5p CC/TE3-222 Bray                $65
80134* Th/3p-4p       SCECYP/107 Jones              $60
80062* W/3:30p-       WIL/201    Kuruppu            $60
       4:30p                                                 TUTORIAL: MATH SKILLS
81157* T/4p-5p        AN/610           Alicea       $60      (GRADES 5-6)
                                                             KIDS/222
                                                             This course reinforces school curriculum using strong
TUTORIAL: MATH MANIA                                         math skills. Large multiplication, division, integers
(GRADES 3-4)                                                 (addition subtraction of positive and negative integers),
KIDS/211A                                                    exponents, decimals, fractions, percents (addition,
Students will review and enhance basic math skills           subtraction, multiplication and division), order of
such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division,     operation and simple variables and equations.
fractions, charts and graphs, and telling time according     Educational materials provided. Class limited to 8
to their grade level. Students will use games,               students.
worksheets and story problems to enrich their skills.        Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
Limited to 8 students.                                       *Dates: Jul 8-Aug 5
Dates: Jul 13-Aug 10                                         CRN DAYS                    PLACE INSTR            FEE
*Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009              80059 MTWThF/11a-12p AN/505 McLaughlin $65
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE      80082* W/5p-6p       AN/114 McLaughlin $65
80166    M/10a-11a    AN/504           Mitchler     $60
80063*   S/1p-2p      WIL/219          Kuruppu      $60
80135*   Th/4p-5p     SCECYP/107       Jones        $60      TUTORIAL: PRE-ALGEBRA
80202*   W/4:30p-     WIL/201          Kuruppu      $60      (GRADES 6+)
         5:30p
                                                             KIDS/224
                                                             This class will prepare the student for Algebra. Topics
TUTORIAL: NUMBER SENSE                                       include: Order of operation, integers, rational numbers,
                                                             GCF, LCM, exponents, fractions, decimals, variables,
(GRADES 3-4)                                                 simple one or two step equations, and functions.
KIDS/215                                                     Educational materials provided. Class limited to 8
This is a tutorial-based class that is developed to assist   students.
students that are having difficulty with the basic           Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
concepts of addition, subtraction and multiplication, as     *Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009
well as a strong focus on place value and regrouping.        †Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
Limited to 8 students.                                       CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
Dates: Jul 6-Aug 3                                           80262 MTWThF/9a- CC/TE3-              Guidry       $65
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE             10a           222
81156 M/4p-5p         AN/132           Alicea       $60      80060 MTWThF/10a- AN/505              McLaughlin $65
                                                                    11a
                                                             80065* S/1p-2p       WIL/203          Emperado $65
TUTORIAL: MATH MANIA                                         80372† MTWThF/2:30p- CC/TE3-          McLaughlin $65
(GRADES 5-6)                                                        3:30p         222
                                                             80083* W/4p-5p       AN/114           McLaughlin $65
KIDS/211B
Kids will review and enhance basic math concepts by
practicing skills such as long division, decimals,           TUTORIAL: PROBABILITY AND
fractions, integers, geometry, charts and graphs, word       STATISTICS
problems and more. Limited to 8 students!
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8
                                                             (GRADES 7-8)
*Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14                                        KIDS/1427                 NEW!
†Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17                                        This course is designed for middle school students to
‡Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24                                        learn the basics of probability and statistics. Topics
CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE          include probability of dependent or independent events,
80155 S/11a-12p           CC/CE12-11 Bray           $65      the counting principles, permutations, combinations,
80261* MTWThF/11a-        SCE200/210 Bray           $65      and graphing data. Class is limited to 8 students.
       12p                                                   Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8
80133† MTWThF/1p-2p       WIL/218         Bray      $65      CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
80371‡ MTWThF/3p-4p       CC/TE3-222      Bray      $65      81080 S/3p-4p            WIL/203      Emperado $65
TUTORIAL: ALGEBRA 1                                          TUTORIAL: TRIGONOMETRY
(GRADES 7+)                                                  (GRADES 9+)
KIDS/226                                                     KIDS/1145
This course is designed to enhance equation solving          The course is to introduce and study the properties of
skills. It will also cover integers, rational numbers,       trigonometric functions. Students will learn the
square roots, fractions, decimals, percents, and solving     fundamental laws that govern relationships between
equations with variables on both sides. Educational          sides and angles of triangles, various techniques in
materials provided. Class limited to 8 students.             taking measurements of triangles, graphing
Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24                                         trigonometric functions, and using identities in
*Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009              preparation for Calculus.
†Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14                                        Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE      CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
80061 MTWThF/9a- AN/505                McLaughlin $65        80383 S/8a-9a        AN/138          Emperado $65
       10a
80263 MTWThF/10a- CC/TE3-              Guidry       $65
       11a           222
80075* S/2p-3p       WIL/203           Emperado $65
80373† MTWThF/3:30p- CC/TE3-           McLaughlin $65                        Music & Drama
       4:30p         222
80084* W/6p-7p       AN/114            McLaughlin $65
                                                             SINGING IS FUN
                                                             (AGES 6-10)
TUTORIAL: GEOMETRY - PART I                                  KIDS/1415                                      NEW!
(GRADES 7+)                                                  Introduces basic skills for singing in a group
KIDS/1265                                                    ensemble/or choir for young voices. Techniques for
Geometry-Part I includes basic concepts such as              breath control, diction, posture will be taught with an
points, lines, planes, and angles. A significant part of     emphasis on self-confidence and fun!            Musical
the course deals with logic and reasoning, which is an       Theatre/Children s theme repertoire.        Music/Lyrics
important foundation in constructing proofs. Students        included!
will also learn about congruent triangles, quadrilaterals,   Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14
and inequalities. Class is limited to 8 students.            CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8                                          81081 F/10a-11a      CC/CE12-10      Mattoon      $60
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
80397 S/9a-10a        AN/138           Emperado $65
                                                             VOCAL FOR KIDS
                                                             (AGES 7-10)
TUTORIAL: GEOMETRY - PART II                                 KIDS/325
(GRADES 7+)                                                  Group instruction emphasizing principles of vocal
KIDS/1267                                                    technique and production, along with diction, breath
The second part of Geometry is learning about                control and correct posture for singing and shaping
congruence, the study of right triangles (including          tone quality. Unison singing, along with introduction to
Pythagorean Theorem and special triangles),                  sight reading skills. Varied repertoire. Sheet music
coordinate geometry, circles, area, and volume. A            included.
significant portion of this course will emphasize proofs.    Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
Class is limited to 8 students.                              CRN DAYS             PLACE        INSTR           FEE
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8                                          80271 S/9a-10a       CC/CE12- Mattoon             $60
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE                           10
81016 S/10a-11a       AN/138           Emperado $65          81011 Th/3:30p-      WIL/203  Mattoon             $60
                                                                   4:30p

TUTORIAL: ALGEBRA 2
(GRADES 8+)                                                  VOCAL FOR KIDS
KIDS/244                                                     (AGES 11+)
This course is designed to further strengthen and            KIDS/326
develop a student's Algebra skills. It will quickly review   Group instruction emphasizing principles of vocal
basic Algebra knowledge, and subsequently delve into         technique and production, along with diction, breath
more complex Algebra materials, such as: 2nd and 3rd         control and correct posture for singing and shaping
degree polynomials, radicals, exponents, logarithms,         tone quality. Unison and part singing, along with sight-
intermediate geometry, and analyzing and graphing            reading skills. Varied repertoire. Sheet music included.
various functions.                                           Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8                                          CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE      80272 S/10a-11a      CC/CE12-10      Mattoon      $60
80387 S/11a-12p       SCECYP/103 McLaughlin $65              81012 Th/4:30p-      WIL/203         Mattoon      $60
80305 S/11a-12p       AN/138     Emperado $65                      5:30p
YOU'VE GOT RHYTHM                                          GUITAR FOR KIDS - SONGS OF THE
(AGES 5-8)                                                 DISNEY CHANNEL (AGES 9+)
KIDS/380                                                   KIDS/1410                  NEW!
Learning basic rhythms can be easy and fun! Students       Learn to play and sing all the coolest Disney Channel
will learn to read and recognize basic rhythms. While      songs of High School Musical, Hannah Montana and
experimenting with many types of hand percussion           the Jonas Brothers. Bring acoustic guitar and medium
instruments All students interested in learning about      pick, get ready to rock and become a STAR!
music, will benefit from learning rhythms at an early      Recommended for students who have completed a
age. No experience or instruments needed.                  beginning level guitar class.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                       Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE      CRN DAYS                 PLACE           INSTR FEE
81389 S/9a-10a       WIL/207         Perez        $50      81057 F/12:30p-1:30p AN/108    Austin              $60
81390 S/11a-12p      AN/134          Perez        $50      81053 S/1:30p-2:30p SCE200/201 Austin              $60


PIANO KEYBOARDING-BEGINNING I                              GUITAR FOR KIDS - SONGS OF
(AGES 7+)                                                  GUITAR HERO (AGES 9+)
KIDS/368                                                   KIDS/1413                  NEW!
Students will learn the basics of the keyboard and         You’ve mastered the game console - now learn songs
music theory. Students: bring your own keyboard (40-       from “Guitar Hero III” and “World Tour” on a real guitar!
key minimum) every week. A recital will be held on the     Bring medium pick and acoustic or electric guitar - and
last day. Books will be suggested to buy at first class.   get ready to ROCK THE STAGE! Recommended for
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009            students who have completed beginning guitar.
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE      Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
80057 Th/3:30p-      SCE200/204      Metzidis     $60      CRN DAYS                 PLACE           INSTR FEE
      4:30p                                                81056 F/11a-12p      AN/108     Austin             $60
81009 T/4p-5p        AN/404          Metzidis     $60      81052 S/12:30p-1:30p SCE200/201 Austin             $60


PIANO KEYBOARDING-BEGINNING II                             GUITAR FOR KIDS - INTERMEDIATE
(AGES 7+)                                                  (AGES 9+)
KIDS/376                                                   KIDS/371
For students who have completed Beginning I; pick up       Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009
book list at registration.                                 *Dates: Jun 27-Aug 8; nc Jul 4
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009            CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE      81050 S/11a-12p       SCE200/201      Austin       $60
80141 Th/4:30p-      SCE200/204      Metzidis     $60      80010* S/12p-1p       WIL/215         Parent       $60
      5:30p                                                81039 W/3p-4p         SCE200/201      Austin       $60
81008 T/5p-6p        AN/404          Metzidis     $60

                                                           BEGINNING GROUP GUITAR 1
GUITAR FOR KIDS - BEGINNING                                (AGES 8-9)
(AGES 6-8)                                                 KIDS/1480                NEW!
KIDS/370                                                   Students will learn the basics of rhythm, note reading,
Learn to play the guitar in a fun way! Play simple         tablature reading and some chords. Technical
chords, read chord bar charts, and strumming patterns.     exercises will be introduced to help develop control of
Bring your nylon-string or acoustic steel-string guitar    the instrument. Students should bring an Acoustic
and medium guitar pick to class.                           Guitar (nylon string preferred) to class each week.
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009            Enrollment limited to eight students. Hal Leonard
CRN DAYS             PLACE        INSTR           FEE      Guitar Method Book I required.
81054 F/9a-10a       AN/108       Austin          $60      Dates: Jul 6-Aug 10
81037 W/1p-2p        SCE200/      Austin          $60      CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                     201                                   81123 M/2p-3p         AN/108          Joshi        $60

GUITAR FOR KIDS - BEGINNING                                BEGINNING GROUP GUITAR 1
(AGES 9+)                                                  (AGES 10-13)
KIDS/370A                                                  KIDS/1481                NEW!
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/10/2009            Dates: Jul 6-Aug 10
*Dates: Jun 27-Aug 8; nc Jul 4                             CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
CRN DAYS             PLACE        INSTR           FEE      81125 M/3p-4p         AN/108          Joshi        $60
81055 F/10a-11a      AN/108       Austin          $60
81051 S/10a-11a      SCE200/      Austin          $60
                     201                                   BEGINNING GROUP GUITAR 1
80009* S/11a-12p     WIL/215      Parent          $60
81038 W/2p-3p        SCE200/      Austin          $60      (AGES 14-17)
                     201                                   KIDS/1482                NEW!
                                                           Dates: Jul 6-Aug 10
                                                           CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                           81127 M/4p-5p         AN/108          Joshi        $60
BEGINNING GROUP GUITAR 2                                      PLAYING THE CELLO
(AGES 8-9)                                                    (INTERMEDIATE I)
KIDS/1483                NEW!                                 KIDS/383
Students will elaborate further on the basics of rhythm,      Learn higher level of sound productions and 1st
note reading, tablature reading and some chords.              through 4th positions. Chamber music for Cello
Intermediate Technical exercises will be introduced to        ensemble.
further help develop control of the instrument. Students      Dates: Jul 9-Aug 13
should bring a Acoustic guitar (nylon string preferred) to    CRN DAYS               PLACE            INSTR         FEE
class each week. Class size limited to 8 students. Hal        80152 Th/7p-8p         AN/132           DeFazio       $80
Leonard Guitar Method Book I required.
Dates: Jul 7-Aug 11
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE       PLAYING THE CELLO
81130 T/5p-6p         AN/116           Joshi        $60       (INTERMEDIATE II)
                                                              KIDS/384
                                                              Learn higher level of sound and bow techniques
BEGINNING GROUP GUITAR 2                                      including vibratos. Chamber music for cello ensemble.
(AGES 10+)                                                    Dates: Jul 9-Aug 13
KIDS/1484                NEW!                                 CRN DAYS               PLACE            INSTR         FEE
Dates: Jul 7-Aug 11                                           80186 Th/8p-9p         AN/132           DeFazio       $80
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
81131 T/6p-7p         AN/116           Joshi        $60


GUITAR FOR KIDS - ADVANCED                                              Violin - Suzuki Method
(AGES 9+)
KIDS/372                                                     The Suzuki method requires parents to learn and play
Dates: Jun 27-Aug 8; nc Jul 4                                Violin with their child. Violin rental information available in
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE      class.
80064 S/1:30p-2:30p       WIL/215      Parent       $60
                                                              VIOLIN I
BASS GUITAR FOR KIDS                                          (AGES 4+)
(AGES 10+)                                                    KIDS/351
KIDS/373                                                      Learn the violin using the successful Suzuki method.
Students will learn basic notes on the bass guitar,           Develop your child's concentration, motor skills,
major and minor keys & scales (basic music theory),           memory powers and self-confidence. Students learn to
root notes of chords, how to reach a lead sheet, play         play easily and musically. Class is limited to 6 students.
with a pick and with fingers. Bring a bass guitar, a          Beginners: Pick up handout at registration. NOTE:
heavy pick and if possible (optional) a small bass            Parents are required to learn and play along with their
amplifier.                                                    child!
Dates: Jun 27-Aug 8; nc Jul 4                                 Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE       CRN DAYS               PLACE            INSTR         FEE
80185 S/2:30p-3:30p       WIL/215      Parent       $60       81022 S/9a-9:45a SCECYP/118 Chan                      $70
                                                                    No class July 25th
                                                              81021 S/9:45a-      SCECYP/118 Chan                   $70
PLAYING THE CELLO - BEGINNER I                                      10:30a
                                                                    No class July 25th
(AGES 7+)
KIDS/375
Learn to play the cello! Develop good technique,
musicality, and have fun at the same time. Develop
self-confidence, good listening and motor skills,                               Band Classes
memory, and concentration. Prior playing experience is
not required. Teacher will assist with instrument rental.    These classes will be held at Brookhurst Junior High
Class is limited to 6 students.                              School, 601 N. Brookhurst St., Anaheim, CA
Dates: Jul 9-Aug 13
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
80085 Th/5p-6p        AN/132           DeFazio      $80       BEGINNING BAND INSTRUMENTS
                                                              (GRADES 5-9)
PLAYING THE CELLO - BEGINNER II                               KIDS/1615               NEW!
(AGES 7+)                                                     Beginning Instruments class is open to anyone wanting
                                                              to learn to play a wind or percussion instrument. No
KIDS/375A                                                     experience necessary. Learn proper care, sound
Prerequisite: Must have completed Beginner I or have          production and music reading. A concert will be
instructor's approval. Learn to play and read simple          presented on the last day of class.
one position songs.      Chamber music for Cello              Dates: Jul 6-Jul 31
ensemble.                                                     CRN DAYS                   PLACE           INSTR FEE
Dates: Jul 9-Aug 13                                           81396 MTWThF/2p-3p Brookhurst Jr. Staff               $75
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE                          High School
80111 Th/6p-7p        AN/132           DeFazio      $80
SUMMER BAND (GRADES 6-9)                                     TEEN ETIQUETTE
KIDS/377                 NEW!                                (AGES 13-17)
This course is open to those students who already play       KIDS/1200
a band instrument and read music. This class is              This class will provide a foundation of good manners
perfect for students wanting to have fun while practicing    and leadership skills. Topics include: introductions and
their instrument over the summer in preparation for the      handshaking, dining skills, thank you notes, getting up
next school year. A concert will be presented on the         in front of a group and listening skills
last day of class.                                           Dates: Jul 13-Jul 16
Dates: Jul 6-Jul 31                                          CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE
CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE          81002 MTWTh/9:30a- CC/TE3-             Wantland     $40
81393 MTWThF/3p-4p Brookhurst Jr. Staff             $75            10:30a       222
                   High School

                                                             POSITIVE LIVING SKILLS FOR
JAZZ IMPROVISATION (GRADES 7-9)                              YOUTH
KIDS/378                 NEW!                                (AGES 7-11)
This class is for young musicians who want to explore
the exciting world of jazz improvisation. You will learn     KIDS/1365
music theory and skills needed to improvise on the           This class is geared toward teaching youth, ages 7 -
blues and 32 bar song form. Students must be                 11, to become more positive, more confident, more
proficient on their instrument and be able to read music.    skilled at coping with stress, and more focused on their
A concert will be presented on the last day of class.        pursuits. Activities encourage students to participate,
Dates: Jul 6-Jul 31                                          accept others, and develop cooperation skills while
                                                             having fun! Class adapted from Terry Orlick's "Feeling
CRN DAYS              PLACE               INSTR FEE
81394 MTWThF/         Brookhurst Jr.      Staff     $75      Great" program
      4p-5p           High School                            Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
                                                             CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
                                                             81406 S/10a-11a CC/GYM 2               Warner       $45
                                                                   Upstairs in Gym 2 Lobby

           Personal Enrichment
                                                             PUBLIC SPEAKING FOR CHILDREN
                                                             (AGES 8-12)
CHESS - IT'S YOUR MOVE                                       KIDS/1515                NEW!
(AGES 8+)                                                    Learn the skills to confidently present a book report or a
KIDS/950                                                     speech in front of class. Gain the skills to plan, write
Want to be King of your own army? Chess is the oldest        and give a book report or a planned speech. Learn tips
skill game in the world, played many centuries ago in        to combat stage fright, project your voice, and be
China, India and Persia. This class will start at the        comfortable in front of a group.
basics and introduce concepts appropriate for every          Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
level. Opening, middle game, and endgame theory will         *Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
be examined along with tactical theory.                      †Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31                                         CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE      81360 MTWThF/11a- AN/119               Gibson-Tobin $50
81316 MTWThF/1p-3p SCECYP/ De La Rosa $85                           12p
                   118                                       81368* S/11a-12p    AN/114             Gibson-Tobin $50
                                                             81361† MTWThF/4p-5p WIL/217            Gibson-Tobin $50

PLEASE PASS THE MANNERS
(AGES 5-7)                                                   WINDOW INTO THE WORLD OF
KIDS/150                                                     MAGIC
This class will cover the basics of introductions, as well   (AGES 9+)
as how to handle silverware, napkins and the ABC's of        KIDS/1473                NEW!
table manners.                                               Learn about the history of magic and famous
Dates: Jul 13-Jul 16                                         magicians. See magic, memorabilia and magic books.
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE      Share the mystery of magic and learn tricks and terms
81004 MTWTh/11:30a- CC/TE3-            Wantland     $20      of the trade. Work on developing your own magic show
      12p           222                                      to amuse and amaze others. Enjoy the magic hobby.
                                                             Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10
DINING AND PARTY ETIQUETTE                                   CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE
                                                             81112 MTWThF/9a-          SCECYP/118 Harris         $90
(AGES 8-12)                                                        10:30a
KIDS/1190                                                    81113 MTWThF/             SCECYP/118 Harris         $90
This fun and informative class provides an overview of             10:30a-12p
good manners and leadership skills. Students will learn
social courtesies, introductions, dining, party etiquette.
Dates: Jul 13-Jul 16
CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE
81003 MTWTh/10:30a- CC/TE3-222            Wantland $40
      11:30a
BASIC HAND SEWING FOR KIDS                                 BEGINNING PHONICS AND
(GRADES 4-6)                                               PRINTING
KIDS/1600                NEW!                              (AGES 5-6)
Come learn the basic tools and techniques in hand          KIDS/234
sewing! Great skills needed for everyone! Boys are         This hands-on course introduces proper letter formation
welcome. We will complete three projects utilizing         and develops student's ability to sound out words.
skills from threading a needle to completing a project     Through fun games and printing activities students
with embellishments. Pick up a supply sheet at             become better printers and spellers. Each student will
registration to be reviewed the first day of class.        have a response board to demonstrate understanding.
Dates: Jul 10-Jul 31                                       Each term has different activities.
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE      Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8
81318 F/10a-           Tall Mouse-   Staff        $85      CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
      12:30p           Yorba Linda                         80240 S/10a-11a       AN/116           Ortega       $50

BASIC HAND SEWING FOR KIDS                                 SPELLING AND WRITING
(GRADES 6-8)                                               ENRICHMENT
KIDS/1602                NEW!                              (AGES 6-8)
Dates: Jul 10-Jul 31
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
                                                           KIDS/1185
                                                           If your child has a foundation in basic phonics, then this
81325 F/1p-3:30p       Tall Mouse-   Staff        $85
                       Yorba Linda                         is the class for him. This class will take students to the
                                                           next level of spelling words and better writing habits.
                                                           Students will learn to read and spell words through
                                                           various spelling patterns. This class will develop skills
                                                           in writing correct sentences and paragraphs.
             Reading & Writing                             Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8
                                                           CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
                                                           80352 S/11a-12p       AN/116           Ortega       $50
READINESS FOR KINDERGARTEN
(AGES 4-5)
KIDS/101                                                   FUN WITH PHONICS
Only for children entering kindergarten within the next    (GRADES 1-3)
year; children will be exposed to math, reading            KIDS/115
readiness and other school experiences. Each term          For children just learning to read or having difficulty
uses different work.                                       reading. Sounds are taught in a fun but learning
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                       atmosphere through stories and writing.
*Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                      Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE      CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE
80016 S/9a-10:30a SCECYP/117 Zapata               $60      80007 S/9a-10a        SCECYP/107 Gonzales           $50
80159* S/9a-10a   WIL/219    Kuruppu              $50      81358 S/11a-12p       AN/118     Mitchler           $50
80146 S/10:30a- SCECYP/117 Zapata                 $60
       12p
                                                           CREATIVE WRITING
PRE-READING SKILLS (AGES 4.5-5)                            (GRADES 1-2)
KIDS/194                                                   KIDS/139
                                                           Students will use their imaginations to write short
This class focuses on developing your child's ability to
                                                           stories. Emphasis is on the creative expression of
rhyme and blend sounds in words to become better
                                                           ideas.
readers and spellers. We will use "phonemic
awareness" techniques that allow children to practice      Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
manipulating sounds in words thru fun songs and            *Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
activities. A student assessment and parent packet will    CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE
be given. Each term has different activities.              81363 MTWThF/9a- AN/119                Gibson-Tobin $50
                                                                  10a
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 8                                        81369* MTWThF/2p-3p WIL/217            Gibson-Tobin $50
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
80239 S/9a-10a         AN/116        Ortega       $50
                                                           CELEBRATE READING
BASIC PHONICS (AGES 5-6)                                   (GRADES 1-3)
KIDS/118                                                   KIDS/153
For the young reader needing help in phonics. Children     Your child will love to read while learning basic phonics
will be encouraged to be creative using sounds and         and spelling skills in a fun and creative way to ensure
simple writing and reading drills.                         confident and successful readers. Includes phonics
                                                           games, letter and word bingo, story charts and word
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
                                                           searches. Bring your favorite book to class to share.
*Dates: Jul 6-Aug 3
                                                           Dates: Jul 6-Aug 3
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
80145 S/10a-11a        SCE200/208 Jones           $50      CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE
80005* M/3:30p-        SCECYP/107 Jones           $50      80086 M/4:30p-5:30p SCECYP/107 Jones                $50
       4:30p
WORD WIZARD (READING &                                       WRITING REPORTS AND PAPERS
WRITING)                                                     (GRADES 3-6)
(GRADES 2-3)                                                 KIDS/124
KIDS/1420                                        NEW!        Learn to select important material, organize your
This course will provide review and practice activities to   thoughts, rewrite creatively in your own words in order
build student understanding of basic word structures         to write good papers and reports. Face your fears and
and strategies that strengthen reading, writing, and         feel confident through preparation to give oral reports
spelling skills. Students will create a personal Word        with visual aids.
Wizard Strategies Chart to use as a reinforcement tool       Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
for ongoing success. Class size limited to 8.                CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
Dates: Jun 29-Jul 2                                          81147 S/11a-12p      AN/110          Ortega       $50
*Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17                                        80017 S/12p-1p       SCE200/217      Duran        $50
CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE
81100 MTWTh/1p-3p AN/611       Duran                $85
81094* MTWThF/1p-3p SCE200/210 Duran                $95      WRITING FROM A TO Z
                                                             (GRADES 4-6)
                                                             KIDS/1260
IMPROVE YOUR HANDWRITING                                     Course will provide individual assessments at the
(GRADES 3+)                                                  beginning and focus on strengthening writing skills
KIDS/121                                                     through the use of adjectives, adverbs, and introductory
Learn and practice writing in the cursive context and        adverbial phrases. Paragraph writing skills are
strengthen your handwriting skills.                          developed as well as expository and narrative writing
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                         skills. Class size limited to 8.
CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE          Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
80012 S/1:30p-2:30p       SCE200/208 Jones          $50      *Dates: Jul 13-Jul 24
                                                             †Dates: Jun 29-Jul 10; nc Jul 3
                                                             ‡Dates: Jun 30-Jul 16
CREATIVE WRITING                                             CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
(GRADES 3-5)                                                 80398 S/9a-10a       SCE200/217      Duran        $60
                                                             80424* MWF/9a-       SCE200/204      Duran        $60
KIDS/138                                                            10a
Children will learn how to write creative stories using      80421† MWF/9a-       AN/611          Duran        $55
their imagination, learning correct grammar, punctuation            10a
and develop vocabulary skills.                               80399‡ TTh/11:30a-   SCE200/201      Roy          $60
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                                12:30p
*Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
CRN DAYS               PLACE           INSTR         FEE
80167 S/10a-11a        SCECYP/107 Gonzales $50               HOW TO STUDY, TAKE TESTS AND
81364* MTWThF/         AN/119     Gibson-Tobin $50           ORGANIZE YOURSELF
       10a-11a                                               (GRADES 3-6)
80160 S/12p-1p         WIL/219         Kuruppu       $50
                                                             KIDS/130
                                                             Children will learn how to set up school work for home
READING & COMPREHENSION                                      study and practice good study techniques. See how
(GRADES 3-4)                                                 much better organized your children become with
                                                             increased improvement in their school grades.
KIDS/117A                                                    Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
Students will enhance their reading comprehension,           *Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
learn to read more effectively, and improve                  †Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
interpretation and vocabulary skills.                        CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                         81366 S/9a-10a       AN/114          Gibson-Tobin $50
*Dates: Jul 9-Aug 6                                          80011 S/11a-12p      SCE200/208      Jones        $50
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE      81365* MTWThF/       AN/119          Gibson-Tobin $50
80392 S/9a-10a        SCE200/208 Jones              $50             11a-12p
80122 S/10a-11a       AN/110     Ortega             $50      81370† MTWThF/       WIL/217         Gibson-Tobin $50
81353* Th/5p-6p       SCECYP/118 Jones              $50             3p-4p


READING & COMPREHENSION                                      MEMORY POWER FOR KIDS
(GRADES 5-6)                                                 (AGES 7-10)
KIDS/151                                                     KIDS/126
Students will learn to read more effectively, enhance        Help your child be more productive and open new
their reading, comprehension, interpretation and             doors to learning - they will receive many different
vocabulary skills.                                           opportunities to increase the capability to remember.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                         You'll see grades go up and self-confidence will grow
*Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31                                        too.
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE      Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
80123 S/9a-10a      AN/110             Ortega       $50      CRN DAYS             PLACE           INSTR        FEE
80067 S/1p-2p       SCE200/            Duran        $50      81367 S/10a-11a      AN/114          Gibson-Tobin $50
                    217                                      80015 S/12p-1p       SCE200/208      Jones        $50
81372* MTWThF/4p-5p WIL/218            Gibson-Tobin $50
WRITING WORKSHOP (GRADES 7+)                                  TUTORIAL: READING AND
KIDS/947                                                      COMPREHENSION (GRADES 3-4)
This writing workshop will expose students to a wide          KIDS/117
range of writing styles, familiarize students with the        Students will learn to read more effectively, enhance
writing process, and enhance both the reading and             their reading comprehension, interpretation and
writing skills of the student. Students will share their      vocabulary skills.
work and critique each other in a cooperative, nurturing      Dates: Jul 6-Aug 3
environment. Whether the student is a struggling writer       CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
or a highly skilled writer this workshop will benefit them.   81154 M/3p-4p         AN/132          Alicea       $60
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE
80433 S/12p-2p        AN/119           Mason         $75
                                                                                    Science
IMPROVE YOUR READING AND
WRITING (GRADES 7-10)                                         CHEMISTRY FOR YOUNG
KIDS/191                                                      SCIENTISTS (GRADES 1-3)
Students will become more effective readers by
learning strategies to read different types of writing. By    KIDS/705
responding in writing to what they read, students will        Children will interact with the world of science using
increase comprehension and improve written                    hand-on techniques and observation. life science,
communication skills. Techniques such as analyzing,           physical science and chemistry. They will probe life
summarizing, comparing, critiquing, and interpreting will     science, physical science and chemistry. Students will
be applied to in-class reading and writing projects.          formulate slime plus much more! Materials included.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                          Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
80432 S/11a-12p       AN/119           Mason         $50      80019 S/11a-12p       SCE200/217      Duran        $50


                                                              JAMMIN' CHEMISTRY
                                                              (GRADES 3-5)
              Reading Tutorials                               KIDS/1375
                                                              Introduces the properties of solids, liquids, and gases.
TUTORIAL: READY, SET, READ!                                   Learn about chemical change when solids and liquids
                                                              produce gases and temperature changes. Experience
(GRADES 1-2)                                                  chemical change when acids and bases make cabbage
KIDS/214                                                      juice and goldenrod paper indicators change color. See
This is a tutorial-based class that is developed to assist    density changes with the salt volcano, liquid layers, and
the emergent reader. There will be a strong focus on          suspended spheres of oil.
phonics and mastery of basic sight words. Limited to 8        Dates: Jul 8-Aug 5
students.                                                     CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
Dates: Jul 7-Aug 4                                            81329 W/4p-5p         WIL/215         Swanson      $55
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE
81159 T/3p-4p         AN/610           Alicea        $60
                                                              SOUNDS FUNTASTIC
TUTORIAL: READING AND WRITING                                 (GRADES 2-4)
REVIEW (GRADES 1-2)                                           KIDS/1490                                         NEW!
                                                              Experience concepts of how sounds are made and
KIDS/148                                                      learn about pitch and tones. Experiment with groan
Students will enrich reading and writing skills by            tubes, talkie tapes, boomwhackers, and springs to
practicing language arts through writing, capitalization,     understand how sounds originate and travel from
using proper punctuation, spelling, correcting                vibrating objects to our ears. Learn which materials
sentences, reading, and more through the use of ability       transmit sounds and which do not.
leveled study packets. Each term uses different work.         Dates: Jul 7-Aug 4
Limited to 8 students.                                        CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009                81328 T/4p-5p         WIL/215         Swanson      $55
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE
80096 S/10a-11a       WIL/219          Kuruppu       $60
80222 T/4p-5p         SCE200/208       Jones         $60      TOY FACTORY
81160 T/5p-6p         AN/610           Alicea        $60      (GRADES 2-4)
                                                              KIDS/1310                                         NEW!
TUTORIAL: READING AND WRITING                                 Students will design and build simple, fun toys such as
REVIEW (GRADES 3-4)                                           parachutes, rocket launchers, catapults and
                                                              hovercrafts. In the process, students will also learn the
KIDS/148A                                                     science of how the toys work.
Starts week of 7/6/2009, ends week of 8/3/2009                Dates: Jul 6-Jul 9
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR         FEE      CRN DAYS                 PLACE           INSTR FEE
80070 S/11a-12p       WIL/219          Kuruppu       $60      81348 MTWTh/3p-4p        SCECYP/         Guidry    $75
81155 M/5p-6p         AN/132           Alicea        $60                               118
80162 T/5p-6p         SCE200/208       Jones         $60
FUN WITH MAGNETS AND                                           POPPING, COLLIDING, AND FLASHY
MAGNETIC FIELDS                                                PHYSICS
(GRADES 2-6)                                                   (GRADES 3-6)
KIDS/1370                                           NEW!       KIDS/1380
You will learn about magnets and magnetic fields, and          Learn energy transfer by conduction, convection,
get first hand experience in determining whether poles         motion, and light. Explore conduction with color-
of a magnet are the same or different and will repel or        changing films, amazing ice blocks, and "hand boilers".
attract. Through hands on activities see how magnets           Experience heat transfer with dry ice and light sticks in
repel and cause objects to float in mid air as well as         hot water. Use the swinging wonder, kinetic yoyos, and
hold certain objects in the air without being touched.         an astroblaster to show energy transfer by moving
How strong magnets are and how they make objects               objects. See how fuel makes a miniature steam boat
move without being touched is also investigated.               move. Learn about light with radiometers, light-sensitive
Dates: Jun 22-Jul 1                                            beads, prisms, and solar cells.
CRN DAYS                   PLACE            INSTR FEE          Dates: Jul 6-Aug 3
81261 MWF/3p-4p            Tall Mouse-      Swanson $50        CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                           Yorba Linda                         81327 M/4p-5p         Tall Mouse-     Swanson      $55
                                                                                     Yorba Linda

LAYERS OF THE OCEAN AND THE
CREATURES THAT LIVE IN THE                                     SHOCKINGLY FUN ELECTRONICS
OCEAN                                                          (GRADES 4-6)
(GRADES 1-3)                                                   KIDS/1430               NEW!
KIDS/1493                  NEW!                                Using hands-on demonstrations with manipulatives,
                                                               learn      about electronics and electrical circuits.
Learn the layers of our oceans and the creatures living
                                                               Experience how series and parallel circuits are made
in the ocean(sharks, whales, dolphins, electric eels,
                                                               and useful things that electricity and circuits do.
jelly fish, bioluminous fish, oceanographers and more).
                                                               Conductors and         insulators are demonstrated.
We will use plastic creatures of the sea to create a
                                                               Electrospheres and lumin            disks are used to
large display of the ocean, explore books, play games
                                                               demonstrate the concept of electricity. Learn how
and learn about ocean wonders.
                                                               electricity is measured . Learn how energy from the
Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
                                                               sun can be turned into electricity.
CRN DAYS               PLACE             INSTR        FEE      Dates: Jun 22-Jul 1
81198 MTWThF/          SCE200/210        Harris       $75
      9a-10:30a                                                CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                               81262 MWF/4p-5p Tall Mouse-           Swanson      $55
                                                                               Yorba Linda
LAYERS OF THE OCEAN AND THE
CREATURES THAT LIVE IN THE                                     GO GREEN
OCEAN                                                          (GRADES 3-6)
(GRADES 4-6)                                                   KIDS/1425                                       NEW!
KIDS/1495                  NEW!                                Everyone is talking about how we all need to GO
Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17                                           GREEN. But, what does that really mean? In this
CRN DAYS               PLACE             INSTR        FEE      course, you will understand what it means and create a
81199 MTWThF/ SCE200/210                 Harris       $75      plan on how YOU can go green every day. We will also
      10:30a-12p                                               have fun with recyclable crafts and renewable energy
                                                               projects.
                                                               Dates: Jul 20-Jul 31
DESIGNING WITH LIGHTS                                          *Dates: Aug 3-Aug 14
(GRADES 4-6)                                                   CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
KIDS/1315                                           NEW!       81324 MWF/9a-11a         SCE200/      Staff        $110
Students will design and build simple objects using LED                                 210
lights and batteries. They will make small flashlights,        81350* MWF/10:30a-       AN/310       Staff        $110
lanterns, head lights, and greeting cards that light up. In           12:30p
the process, they will learn about electricity and circuits.
Dates: Jul 6-Jul 9                                             AP BIOLOGY PREP
CRN DAYS               PLACE             INSTR        FEE
81347 MTWTh/1p- SCECYP/118 Guidry                     $85      (GRADE 9+)
      3p                                                       KIDS/1520                                       NEW!
                                                               Nervous? Excited? Wondering what to expect in AP
                                                               Biology? If you will be taking Advanced Placement
GEOGRAPHY & THE USA                                            Biology in the Fall, then this Camp is for you! We will
(GRADES 3+)                                                    cover many concepts critical in succeeding in AP
KIDS/199                                                       Biology. You will complete some of the same labs that
Study American geography and acquaint yourself with            occur in a real AP Biology class. You will also learn
maps, legends, climates and regions. Learn how to use          how to enhance your test taking skills and have fun
the "compass rose".                                            doing so.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                           Dates: Jul 6-Jul 17
CRN DAYS               PLACE             INSTR        FEE      CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
81354 S/1p-2p          AN/118            Mitchler     $50      81323 MWF/1p-         SCE200/204      Staff        $145
                                                                     3:30p
                        Sports                             PEE WEE SOCCER
                                                           (AGES 6-8)
                                                           KIDS/612
BASKETBALL CLINIC                                          Designed to introduce young children to the very basic
(AGES 4-6)                                                 beginning skills of soccer.
KIDS/601                                                   Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
Learn the fundamentals of basketball through               CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
instruction and practice. Includes these basic skills:     80089 S/10a-11a       CC/Field        Eidlhuber    $50
footwork, passing, dribbling, shooting and running. Kids
can improve their knowledge of the game and
coordination.                                              PEE WEE SOCCER BEGINNING HIGH
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15; nc Jul 25                            (AGES 4-6)
CRN DAYS           PLACE             INSTR        FEE      KIDS/1530                NEW!
80021 S/12p-1p CC/GYM 1-101          Davenport $50         This course is designed to continue teaching the soccer
                                     Nesheiwat             skills like simple shoelace kicking, trapping and
                                                           receiving. A variety of soccer games will be used to
BASKETBALL CLINIC                                          help the students become confident kicking and
                                                           passing the soccer ball. Bring a # 4 Soccer Ball to
(AGES 7-9)                                                 class.
KIDS/601A                                                  Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15; nc Jul 25                            CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE      81252 S/9a-10a        CC/Field        Varga        $50
80022 S/1p-2p          CC/GYM 1-     Davenport $50
                       101           Nesheiwat
                                                           PEE WEE SOCCER -
BASKETBALL CLINIC                                          INTERMEDIATE LOW
(AGES 10+)                                                 (AGES 6-8)
KIDS/601B                                                  KIDS/1533                                         NEW!
                                                           This course is designed to teach and or improve kicking
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15; nc Jul 25                            techniques for continuing and new students. Children
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE      will learn kicking the ball with the inside of the foot,
80023 S/2p-3p          CC/GYM 1-     Davenport $50         shoelace, and exterior foot. Ball control and team work
                       101           Nesheiwat
                                                           will be developed through a variety of soccer games.
                                                           Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
PEE WEE BASEBALL                                           CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
(AGES 4-5)                                                 81254 S/10a-11a       CC/Field        Varga        $50
KIDS/607A
Students learn the fundamentals of batting, throwing,      PEE WEE SOCCER -
catching, and running bases in a non-competitive           INTERMEDIATE HIGH
environment. Bring baseball mitts to class.
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
                                                           (AGES 6-8)
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE      KIDS/1535                                         NEW!
80154 S/9a-10a         CC/Field      Mims         $50      A combination of games will be used to continue
                                     Reyes                 improving the technical and tactical soccer skills. How
                                                           to kick with different parts of the foot, to trap and
                                                           receive the ball, to dribble with the shoelace,
PEE WEE BASEBALL                                           inside/outside the foot and to do a simple juggle will be
(AGES 6+)                                                  the primary focus.
KIDS/607                                                   Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                       CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
                                                           81257 S/11a-12p       CC/Field        Varga        $50
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
80033 S/10a-11a        CC/Field      Mims         $50
                                     Reyes
                                                           PEE WEE SOCCER LEVEL II
                                                           (AGES 6+)
PEE WEE SOCCER BEGINNING                                   KIDS/618
(AGES 4-6)                                                 For children who have learned the fundamentals of
KIDS/610                                                   soccer, and want to improve skills before entering
This is a wonderful opportunity to start learning the      league play. Class will concentrate on all aspects of the
basic skills of soccer. Students will be involved in       game of soccer.
warm-up and stretching activities that enable the player   Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
to stretch their muscles, develop needed muscle, and       CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
get ready to practice. Games will be used to have fun      80429 S/12p-1p        CC/Field        Eidlhuber    $50
and learn soccer. Bring a #4 soccer ball to class.                                               Varga
Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15
CRN DAYS               PLACE         INSTR        FEE
80034 S/9a-10a         CC/Field      Eidlhuber    $50
80035 S/11a-12p        CC/Field      Eidlhuber    $50
TENNIS FOR KIDS - BEGINNING                                                        Aquatics
(AGES 6-9)
KIDS/626                                                     Classes listed below are being offered at the Cypress
Instruction in basic skills. Students will learn forehand,   College Pool.
backhand, serve, volley, approach shot and footwork.
Bring racquet and one can of new tennis balls. Makeup
classes in case of rain.                                     PARENT & ME SWIMMING
Dates: Jul 7-Jul 23                                          (AGES 6M-4Y)
*Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                        KIDS/1540                                         NEW!
CRN DAYS                PLACE         INSTR         FEE      This course is intended to introduce pool water to our
80247 TTh/8:30a-        CC/Tennis     D e L a R o s a $60
       9:30a            Court                                young students. Each student must be supervised by a
80080* S/12p-1p         CC/Tennis     Noor       $60         parent or guardian who will be instructed in the water
                        Court         De La Rosa             by our swim staff instructor. The same parent or
80081* S/1p-2p          CC/Tennis     Noor       $60         guardian must attend each week. Skills introduced at
                        Court                                this level are: backyard pool safety, bubble blowing,
                                                             submerged face, front supported kicking, supported
                                                             back floating, underwater exploration and arm reaching
TENNIS FOR KIDS - BEGINNING                                  to the side of the pool.
(AGES 10+)                                                   CRN DAYS                     PLACE        INSTR FEE
KIDS/626A                                                    June 22-July 2
Dates: Jul 7-Jul 23                                          81271 MTWTh/11a-             CCPOOL Staff           $60
*Dates: Jul 11-Aug 15                                                11:30a
                                                             81278 MTWTh/11:45a-          CCPOOL Staff           $60
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE              12:15p
80248 TTh/9:30a- CC/Tennis             De La Rosa $60        81383 MTWTh/3:30p-4p         CCPOOL Staff           $60
       10:30a    Court                                       81386 MTWTh/4:15p-           CCPOOL Staff           $60
80078* S/10a-11a CC/Tennis             Noor         $60              4:45p
                 Court
                                                             July 6 - July 16
80079* S/11a-12p CC/Tennis             Noor         $60
                 Court                                       81290 MTWTh/11a-             CCPOOL Staff           $60
                                                                     11:30a
                                                             81293 MTWTh/11:45a-          CCPOOL Staff           $60
                                                                     12:15p
TENNIS FOR KIDS - ADVANCED                                   81384 MTWTh/3:30p-4p         CCPOOL Staff           $60
BEGINNING                                                    81387 MTWTh/4:15p-           CCPOOL Staff           $60
KIDS/627                                                             4:45p
Permission needed from Instructor!                           July 20 - July 30
Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14                                         81294 MTWTh/11a-             CCPOOL       Staff     $60
                                                                     11:30a
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE      81295 MTWTh/11:45a-          CCPOOL       Staff     $60
80254 F/5p-6p         CC/Tennis        De La Rosa $60                12:15p
                      Court
                                                             81385 MTWTh/3:30p-4p         CCPOOL       Staff     $60
                                                             81388 MTWTh/4:15p-           CCPOOL       Staff     $60
                                                                     4:45p
TEEN ADVANCED TENNIS
(HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL)
KIDS/1180                                                    JUNIOR LIFE GUARDS
An accelerated program to review a student's ability to      (AGES 11-14)
enter a High School Tennis competition.                      KIDS/1555                                         NEW!
Dates: Jul 10-Aug 14                                         The Junior Guard Program is a Red Cross approved
CRN DAYS              PLACE            INSTR        FEE      program.      Give your youth a jump start into a
80386 F/6p-7:30p CC/Tennis             De La Rosa $60        Lifeguarding job. Completion of this course sets a
                 Court                                       foundation for life guarding and life skills. Students will
                                                             focus on improving swim strength, endurance, and
                                                             prevention of aquatic accidents, response in an
                                                             emergency, leadership skills and professionalism of a
                                                             life guard. Fee includes junior lifeguard kit.
                                                             CRN DAYS                     PLACE        INSTR FEE
                                                             June 22 - July 2
                                                             81273 MTWTh/9:30a-           CCPOOL       Staff      $150
                                                                     11:30a
                                                             July 6 - July 16
                                                             81274† MTWTh/9:30a-          CCPOOL       Staff      $150
                                                                     11:30a
                                                             July 20 - July 30
                                                             81276* MTWTh/9:30a-          CCPOOL       Staff      $150
                                                                     11:30a
SUMMER SWIM (AGES 5-17)                                    BEGINNING SPRING BOARD DIVING
KIDS/1545                                       NEW!       KIDS/1565                NEW!
The Summer Swim Program is designed for students           Skills presented in this class: land drills on frontal three
ages 5-17. Primary emphasis is on safety while             step approach, three step approaches on spring board,
creating a fun learning atmosphere. Students will be       front dive, back dive and pool and diving safety.
evaluated on the first day and placed in appropriate age   Students must have completed the advanced beginning
and skill level. Pool safety, student and parent/          swim level to register for this class.
guardian responsibility is introduced on first day of      CRN DAYS                      PLACE        INSTR FEE
instruction. Swim levels include: Beginner, Advanced       June 22 - July 2
Beginner, Intermediate Swimmer and Swimmer.                81299 MTWTh/9:30a-10a         CCPOOL       Staff      $60
CRN DAYS                    PLACE       INSTR FEE          81300 MTWTh/10:15a-           CCPOOL       Staff      $60
June 22 - July 2                                                   10:45a
81263 MTWTh/9:30a-10a       CCPOOL      Staff     $60      July 6 - July 16
81264 MTWTh/10:15a-         CCPOOL      Staff     $60      81301 MTWTh/9:30a-10a         CCPOOL       Staff      $60
        10:45a                                             81302 MTWTh/10:15a-           CCPOOL       Staff      $60
81265 MTWTh/11a-            CCPOOL      Staff     $60              10:45a
        11:30a                                             July 20 - July 30
81268 MTWTh/11:45a-         CCPOOL      Staff     $60      81303 MTW/9:30a-10a           CCPOOL       Staff      $60
        12:15p                                             81305 MTWTh/10:15a-           CCPOOL       Staff      $60
81269 MTWTh/3:30p-4p        CCPOOL Staff          $60              10:45a
81272 MTWTh/4:15p-          CCPOOL Staff          $60
        4:45p
July 6 - July 16                                           BEGINNING WATER POLO
81275 MTWTh/9:30a-10a       CCPOOL      Staff     $60
81277 MTWTh/10:15a-         CCPOOL      Staff     $60      (AGES 9-12)
        10:45a                                             KIDS/1550                                          NEW!
81279 MTWTh/11a-            CCPOOL      Staff     $60      Water polo is a fun game for both girls and boys.
        11:30a                                             Students will learn the basic skills and rules of the
81282 MTWTh/11:45a-         CCPOOL      Staff     $60      game and team work. Water polo is a team game that
        12:15p                                             includes swimming, passing and shooting, team
81283 MTWTh/3:30p-4p        CCPOOL Staff          $60
                                                           offensive and defensive strategy.
81286 MTWTh/4:15p-          CCPOOL Staff          $60
        4:45p                                              CRN DAYS                      PLACE        INSTR FEE
July 20 - July 30                                          June 22 - July 2
81281 MTWTh/9:30a-10a       CCPOOL      Staff     $60      81266 MTWTh/11a-              CCPOOL       Staff      $75
81287 MTWTh/10:15a-         CCPOOL      Staff     $60              11:45a
        10:45a                                             July 6 - July 16
81288 MTWTh/11a-            CCPOOL      Staff     $60      81267 MTWTh/11a-              CCPOOL       Staff      $75
        11:30a                                                     11:45a
81289 MTWTh/11:45a-         CCPOOL      Staff     $60      July 20 - July 30
        12:15p                                             81270 MTWTh/11a-              CCPOOL       Staff      $75
81291 MTWTh/3:30p-4p        CCPOOL Staff          $60              11:45a
81292 MTWTh/4:15p-          CCPOOL Staff          $60
        4:45p

                                                           Classes listed below are being offered at the Fullerton
PRE-COMPETITIVE SWIM                                       College Pool.
KIDS/1560                                       NEW!
Designed to fine tune all competitive swim strokes,
turns and competitive racing, starts off the starting      WATER POLO FOR KIDS -
blocks, increase endurance and strength. Upon              BEGINNING
completion, the student will master skills needed to
compete on a swim team. Must have completed the            (AGES 9-14)
intermediate swim level to register for this class.        KIDS/669
CRN DAYS                    PLACE       INSTR FEE          This class is designed to provide basic instruction in the
June 22 - July 2                                           Olympic sport of Water Polo to students ages 9-14.
81280* MTWTh/9:30a-10a      CCPOOL      Staff     $60      Boys and girls will learn passing, dribbling, shooting,
81285* MTWTh/10:15a-        CCPOOL      Staff     $60      alternating frog kick, rules of the sport and aspects of
        10:45a                                             team play. Class sessions will be in the pool. Practice
81296* MTWTh/3:30p-4p       CCPOOL Staff          $60      games will occur after skills are learned. Must wear a
81298* MTWTh/4:15p-         CCPOOL Staff          $60
        4:45p                                              suit and have some basic swimming skills. Goggles
                                                           are encouraged. For additional information please read
July 6 - July 16
81307 MTWTh/9:30a-10a       CCPOOL      Staff     $60      chapters found at http://fcwaterpolo.fullcoll.edu
81308 MTWTh/10:15a-         CCPOOL      Staff     $60      Dates: Jun 23-Aug 1; nc Jul 4
        10:45a                                             CRN DAYS               PLACE            INSTR         FEE
81309 MTWTh/3:30p-4p        CCPOOL Staff          $60      80140 TThS/8a-         FCPOOL           Luchansky $125
81310 MTWTh/4:15p-          CCPOOL Staff          $60            9:30a
        4:45p
July 20 - July 30
81311† MTWTh/9:30a-10a      CCPOOL      Staff     $60
81312† MTWTh/10:15a-        CCPOOL      Staff     $60
        10:45a
81313† MTWTh/3:30p-4p       CCPOOL Staff          $60
81314† MTWTh/4:15p-         CCPOOL Staff          $60
        4:45p
WATER POLO FOR KIDS –                                                       Academic Camps
INTERMEDIATE (AGES 9-14)
KIDS/670
Emphasis on individual skills and team tactics in the
                                                              PRE-READING SKILLS FOR
Olympic sport of water polo. Sessions are co-ed and           KINDERGARTEN CAMP
scrimmages are included in order to learn the game            KIDS/195
fundamentals and patterns. Students must have                 Children will participate in a variety of meaningful,
played water polo, taken beginning level of Water Polo        interactive, and stimulating games and activities to build
for Kids, or must possess excellent swimming skills.          Phonemic Awareness. In order for children to be
Dates: Jun 22-Jul 31; nc Jul 3                                successful in beginning reading, they must be able to
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE       hear and manipulate oral sound patterns. (Phonemic
80238 MWF/8a-9:30a FCPOOL              O'Toole      $125      Awareness) This camp is for students entering
                                                              Kindergarten. We will also practice printing and basic
                                                              phonics. There will be a parent packet and phonics
ADVANCED WATER POLO FOR KIDS                                  song book to take home.
(AGES 15-17)                                                  Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10
KIDS/1393               NEW!                                  *Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
This course is open to boys and girls ages 15-17 who          †Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
are at an intermediate to advanced level. This course         ‡Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
will focus on such subjects as strategy, offensive and        CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE
defensive philosophy, referee interpretations, and extra      80131 MTWThF/9a-          SCECYP/117 Ortega          $125
player offense and defense.                                          12p
                                                              81045* MTWThF/9a-         AN/117          Ortega     $125
Dates: Jun 22-Jul 30                                                 12p
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE       81061† MTWThF/12:30       SCECYP/117 Zapata          $125
81332 MTTh/5:15p-         FCPOOL       Nighswonger $145              p-3:30p
      7:15p                                                   81058‡ MTWThF/1p-4p       WIL/204         Zapata     $125


                                                              KINDERGARTEN READING, WRITING
     KIDS' COLLEGE & TEEN                                     AND MATH REVIEW CAMP
                                                              KIDS/1085
   PROGRAM SUMMER CAMPS                                       Students will participate in a variety of fun and effective
                                                              activities designed to review and sharpen their reading
The Summer Camp program offers children an                    (phonics, decoding and blending & reading
opportunity to learn and participate in fun and enriching     comprehension), writing and math skills. Games,
activities. Get help in academic areas or try something       worksheets and music and a "hands-on project" will be
new! Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment!          used to review kindergarten skills before starting 1st
No classes July 3rd and 4th.                                  grade.
* Enrollment is limited.                                      Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
* Not all camps offered at all locations.                     *Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
* Sign up for a morning session. If signing up for both       †Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
morning and afternoon sessions, bring a sack lunch for a      CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE
supervised lunchtime.                                         80245 MTWThF/9a- SCECYP/117 Ortega                   $125
* Camp Registration includes a t-shirt. Additional t-shirts          12p
available for $5.00 each.                                     81046* MTWThF/9a- AN/607    Ortega                   $125
                                                                     12p
* Students will be required to sign in and out every day.     81059† MTWThF/1p-4p WIL/204 Zapata                   $125
* You will be required to provide a signed Medical
Emergency/Liability Release form at the time of
registration for each child attending a Kids' College         READING, WRITING AND MATH
program.                                                      REVIEW CAMP
* Computer classes require additional forms and a USB
Flash Drive provided by student.                              (GRADE 1)
* Students are expected to follow instructions given to       KIDS/166
them by a staff member or teacher. No running, no             Students will sharpen their reading, writing and basic
disruptive behavior in or out of a class and no eating in     math skills in a fun and relaxed workshop! Games,
classrooms. Failure to follow these rules may result in       worksheets and a "hands-on project" will be used to
dismissal with no refund of tuition. We do not have           review 1st Grade skills before starting 2nd Grade.
medically trained personnel on site to deal with any          Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
special medical needs of children.                            *Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
Bring daily:                                                  †Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10
* sun block, water, snack, sneakers or closed-toe shoes       CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE
Parents:                                                      81152 MTWThF/9a- AN/117      Zapata                  $125
* Make sure your children know the location of the office            12p
of each site they are attending. Escort your children to      81153* MTWThF/9a- SCECYP/117 Zapata                  $125
their class and pick them up in the classroom.                       12p
* Children signing up for a morning and afternoon session     81060† MTWThF/1p-4p WIL/219  Zapata                  $125
will be escorted to afternoon class.
* Please label all items brought to class with your child's
name.
SECOND GRADE REVIEW CAMP                                    WRITER'S WORKSHOP CAMP
KIDS/1475               NEW!                                (GRADES 2-3)
Summer is very long. Keep your child at the top of the      KIDS/1448              NEW!
class and ready for fall! This camp will review 2nd         In Writer's Workshop, students engage in a supportive
grade skills such as reading, math and writing through      environment to review the essential organizing steps of
learning centers and fun activities. Students will also     the writing process. Through a series of mini-lessons,
be introduced to beginning 3rd grade skills.                students practice pre-writing using brainstorming and
Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14                                        graphic organizers, writing a first draft (sloppy copy),
*Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24                                       revising and editing strategies, and publishing and
CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR FEE          illustrating final drafts. Class size limited to 12.
81163 MTWThF/9a-12p         AN/117  Ortega         $125     Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
81162* MTWThF/9a-12p        SCECYP/ Ortega         $125     *Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
                            117                             CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR FEE
                                                            81098 MTWThF/9a-12p         WIL/207      Duran     $125
                                                            81096* MTWThF/9a-12p        SCE200/      Duran     $125
READING, WRITING, SPELLING AND                                                          210
MATH ADVENTURE CAMP
(GRADES 2-3)
KIDS/1452                  NEW!                             WRITERS CAMP
This class will reinforce reading, writing, spelling and    (GRADES 5-6)
math skills for 2nd and 3rd grade students. In a fun-       KIDS/1055
filled environment the students will learn to write         Students will sharpen their writing and critical thinking
stories, play games and learn basic sign language skills    skills. They will edit short articles, review grammar and
to enhance their spelling abilities. Math activities will   punctuations rules, and learn skills used to write
include a variety of games and activities.                  paragraphs about a variety of topics.
Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24                                        Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
*Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10                                        *Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
†Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17                                       CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR FEE          81359 MTWThF/9a- AN/119               Gibson-Tobin $85
81085 MTWThF/9a-12p         AN/117       Bray      $125            11a
81083* MTWThF/12:30p-       CC/TE3-      Bray      $125     81362* MTWThF/2p-4p WIL/217           Gibson-Tobin $85
       3:30p                203
81084† MTWThF/1p-4p         WIL/204      Bray      $125
                                                            INTENSIVE WRITING CAMP
                                                            (GRADES 7+)
READING, WRITING, AND MATH                                  KIDS/163
REVIEW CAMP (GRADES 3 AND 4)                                This camp will expose students to a wide range of
KIDS/182                                                    writing styles, familiarize students with the writing
Students will sharpen their reading, writing and basic      process, and enhance both the reading and writing
math skills in a fun and relaxed workshop! Games,           skills of the student. Students will share their work and
worksheets, and hands-on projects are used to review        critique each other in a cooperative, nurturing
3rd & 4th grade skills before starting the next grade.      environment. Whether the student is a struggling writer
Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14                                        or a highly-skilled writer, this camp will benefit them.
*Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31                                       Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
†Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10                                        *Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10
CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE      †Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
80126 MTWThF/            SCECYP/ Gonzales          $125     ‡Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
       12:30p-3:30p      118                                °Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
80375* MTWThF/           AN/119  Gonzales          $125     CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR FEE
       12:30p-3:30p                                         80097 MTWThF/9a-12p         CC/TE3-      Kraus     $125
81322† MTWThF/1p-4p      WIL/215      Gonzales     $125                                 315
                                                            80156* MTWThF/9a-12p        AN/607       Kraus     $125
                                                            80157† MTWThF/9a-12p        CC/TE3-      Kraus     $125
READER'S THEATER CAMP                                                                   315
(GRADES 2-3)                                                80368‡ MTWThF/9a-12p        AN/607       Kraus     $125
KIDS/1450                                        NEW!       81092° MTWThF/1p-4p         WIL/215      Mason     $125
Reading from story scripts, students learn to play with
language while exercising their mind, emotions, and         JAMMIN' CHEMISTRY CAMP I
tongues together. In a relaxed, fun, and cooperative
atmosphere, students practice vital Language Arts skills    (GRADES 3-5)
and abilities; oral reading fluency and expression,         KIDS/1567                NEW!
listening, and understanding literary elements such as      This Camp will explore the density of solids, liquids,
motivation and characterization. Class limited to 12.       and gases in extended activities. The definition and
Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14                                        magic of density will be explained with demonstrations
*Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31                                       and hand-on projects.
CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR FEE          Dates: Jun 22-Jun 26
81097 MTWThF/               WIL/207      Duran     $125     CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
       12:30p-3:30p                                         81297 MTWThF/9a-         WIL/217      Swanson      $125
81095* MTWThF/              SCE200/      Duran     $125           12p
       12:30p-3:30p         210
JAMMIN' CHEMISTRY CAMP II                                         Music, Drama, Art & Cooking
(GRADES 3 - 5)                                                              Camps
KIDS/1569                 NEW!
Introduces properties of solids, liquids, and gases as
they react to produce different materials. Experiment         MUSICAL THEATRE SUMMER CAMP
with physical change where materials dissolve in other        (AGES 9+)
liquids.     Experience chemical change with
demonstrations and hand-on projects.
                                                              KIDS/553
                                                              This Musical Theatre Camp will be fun filled with
Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
                                                              singing, acting and dancing. The students will explore
CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR         FEE      and develop their creativity while learning a musical
81326 MWF/9a-12p          WIL/201      Swanson       $95
                                                              theatre number to perform.
                                                              Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
SCIENCE CAMP - EARTH SCIENCE                                  *Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
                                                              †Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
EXPLORATION (AGES 6-9)                                        CRN DAYS                    PLACE       INSTR FEE
KIDS/1080                                                     80130 MTWThF/12:30p-        SCECYP/ Abrahamson $125
Children will explore the wonders of earth science.                  3:30p                118
Through hands-on activities, students will investigate        81087* MTWThF/12:30p-       AN/134  Abrahamson $125
mineral and fossil specimens to assemble their own                   3:30p
beginning rock collection. Students will build a clay         81086† MTWThF/1p-4p         WIL/204     Abrahamson $125
model to discover how volcanoes grow. Learning about
geodes and rock formations students will write about
their discoveries in their science journal and create their   "JUNIOR IDOL" SUMMER CAMP
own fossil model.                                             (AGES 9-12)
Dates: Jul 20-Jul 23                                          KIDS/1500                NEW!
*Dates: Jul 6-Jul 9                                           Will you be the next Junior Idol ? Perfect your art in
CRN DAYS                  PLACE           INSTR FEE           this informative and fun summer camp. Refine your
80255 MTWTh/12:30p- SCE200/210 Duran                 $120     presentation both vocally and choreographically. The
       3:30p                                                  week will culminate in an opportunity to perform before
80369* MTWTh/1p-4p AN/611      Duran                 $120     our panel of judges as well as family and friends.
                                                              Students should bring music in CD form for the song
                                                              you wish to perform.
                                                              Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
               Computer Camp                                  *Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
                                                              †Dates: Jun 29-Jul 2
                                                              CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR       FEE
An Acceptable Use Policy form for the                         81134 MTWThF/9a-         SCECYP/1 Abrahamson $125
Business/Computer Skills Lab is required. Parents may                12p               18
pick up a form at the time of registration. Some classes      81139* MTWThF/9a-        AN/134   Abrahamson $125
may require a free yahoo user account. For these                     12p
classes, the instructor will supply the information. It is    81138† MTWTh/1p-4p       WIL/204      Abrahamson $115
required that students bring a USB Flash Drive - minimum
256 MB to all Kids' College Computer
                                                              "JUNIOR IDOL" SUMMER CAMP
                                                              (AGES 13+)
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CAMP                                      KIDS/1503                NEW!
(AGES 10+)                                                    Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
KIDS/914                                                      *Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
This class will help to develop or improve your digital       CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR       FEE
photography skills.       Using the computer and              81183 MTWThF/9a- SCECYP/1 Abrahamson $125
Photoshop, students will learn photo editing skills to               12p          18
restore, resize, change colors and enhance your               81185* MTWThF/1p-4p WIL/219 Abrahamson $125
photos. Bring your own photos, a digital camera and
USB flash drive to each class.
Dates: Jul 6-Jul 9                                            ART TECHNIQUES FOR KIDS CAMP
CRN DAYS                     PLACE INSTR             FEE      (AGES 8+)
81352 MTWTh/9a-12p           WIL/214 Cardoza         $110     KIDS/452
                                                              Have fun while learning great art techniques! Learn to
                                                              do pencil drawing, acrylic painting, pastels, still-life
                                                              creation, mixing your own paints, and more! We will
                                                              create our own works of art using the techniques we
                                                              learn!
                                                              Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17
                                                              CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR       FEE
                                                              80360 MTWThF/9a-         AN/607       Bae         $125
                                                                    12p
CREATE ART FROM AROUND THE                                     JUNIOR CHEF CAMP
WORLD CAMP!                                                    (AGES 8-12)
(AGES 8+)                                                      KIDS/855
KIDS/451                                                       Future chefs will spend a week with our professional
Come join our adventure as we explore art from around          chefs as they explore the finer points of food
the world! We will create fun and unique art with              preparation, sanitation, safety, recipes and
influences from Mexico, Africa, Europe, Asia, and the          measurements as they create nutritious foods while
Mediterranean. Learn how to do paper mache,                    gaining a sense of culinary adventure. The day
mosaics, painting and more!                                    concludes at the chef's table as they discuss and enjoy
Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31                                           their daily creations. Bring two dish towels, white apron
*Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7                                            and a container for leftover food to take home and
CRN DAYS                   PLACE           INSTR FEE           share. Students must wear black cotton pants, white t-
81111 MTWThF/9a- AN/607        Bae                    $125     shirts, and closed-toe black sneakers to class.
       12p                                                     Dates: Aug 3-Aug 6
81108* MTWThF/12:30 SCE200/210 Bae                    $125     CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR FEE
       p-3:30p                                                 80091 MTWTh/8a-12:30p AN/175             Peters    $175


FUN WITH CLAY CAMP                                             TEEN CHEF CAMP
(AGES 7+)                                                      (AGES 13-16)
KIDS/1020                                                      KIDS/1090
Let's make fun clay puppets, plates, dishes, bowls,            Spend a week with our professional chefs. The Teen
tiles, animals, and faces! We will be using air-drying         Chef Camp at SCE wants you to learn the basic skills of
clay, polymer clay and paints.                                 a chef; "mis en place", knife skills, nutrition, safety,
Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10                                            sanitation and culinary terminology. Apprentice chefs
CRN DAYS                   PLACE           INSTR FEE           will embark on a culinary tour that spans the globe as
80256 MTWThF/9a-           SCE200/210 Bae             $125     they prepare dishes from start to finish. The day
      12p                                                      concludes at the chef's table as they discuss and enjoy
                                                               their daily creations. Bring two dish towels, white apron
                                                               and a container for leftover food to take home and share.
ANIME DRAWING CAMP                                             Students must wear black cotton pants, white t-shirts
(AGES 8+)                                                      and closed-toe sneakers to class.
KIDS/1015                                                      Dates: Aug 3-Aug 6
Learn how to draw unique anime fantasy characters              CRN DAYS                  PLACE        INSTR        FEE
and settings. Also learn how to pose and costume the           80249 MTWTh/1p-5:30p AN/175            Peters       $175
characters Fantasy characters will be created using
colored pencils, markers, and watercolors.
Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
*Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17                                                 Gymnastics/Dance Camps
†Dates: Jun 29-Jul 2
CRN DAYS                   PLACE           INSTR FEE
80257 MTWThF/9a- SCE200/210 Bae                       $125     BEGINNING GYMNASTICS I SUMMER
       12p
80200* MTWThF/12:30 AN/607      Bae                   $125
                                                               CAMP
       p-3:30p                                                 (AGES 5-8)
81106† MTWTh/1p-4p Tall Mouse- Bae                    $120     KIDS/555
                    Yorba Linda                                This course teaches children the basic fundamental
                                                               building blocks of gymnastics. They will learn many
                                                               variations in jumps, rolls, tumbling, stretching and
FASHION ILLUSTRATION CAMP                                      conditioning. Students will practice motor skills and
(AGES 12+)                                                     exercising safely all while interacting and having fun!
KIDS/1470                NEW!                                  Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
Calling all aspiring fashion illustrators. In this class you   CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
will complete a fashion figure with collars, blouses,          81014 MTWThF/9a-         CC/GYM 2- Stumpf          $125
skirts, pants, and hats. Learn to draw proportional                  12p                123
figures and faces, as well as gesture drawings.
Fashion figures will be created using watercolors,
colored pencils, markers, and pens. Illustrate different       BEGINNING GYMNASTICS 1 CAMP
textures of fabrics. Also create accessory and shoe            (AGES 8+)
illustrations and flats of garments. Special supplies          KIDS/555A
required, pick up list in office.                              This course teaches children the basic fundamental
Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10                                            building blocks of gymnastics. They will learn many
*Dates: Jun 22-Jun 25                                          variations in jumps, rolls, tumbling, stretching and
†Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31                                          conditioning. Students will practice motor skills and
CRN DAYS                   PLACE           INSTR FEE           exercising safely all while interacting and having fun!
81248 MTWThF/              SCE200/210 Bae             $125     Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
       12:30p-3:30p
81306* MTWTh/1p-4p  Tall Mouse-            Bae        $125
                                                               CRN DAYS                    PLACE        INSTR FEE
                    Yorba Linda                                81015 MTWThF/9a-12p         CC/GYM 2- Stumpf       $125
                                                                                           123
81251† MTWThF/1p-4p WIL/215                Bae        $125
DANCE LIKE THE STARS CAMP                                    JR SUMMER SPORTS CAMP
(AGES 13+)                                                   (AGES 5-7)
KIDS/1505                 NEW!                               KIDS/609
Come have fun and experience the ballroom dancing            Learn to play team sports and games in a fun non-
craze. This class will cover four basic styles of dance:     competitive environment! Play a different sport every
Swing, Fox-Trot, Waltz and Cha Cha.            Students      day while teamwork and sportsmanship is stressed.
should wear comfortable closed toe shoes.                    Get ready for lots of fun. Bring a water bottle and wear
Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7                                           your sunscreen.
*Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10                                         Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10
CRN DAYS                     PLACE        INSTR FEE          CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
81180 MTWThF/12:30p- SCECYP/ Abrahamson $125                 81019 MTWThF/9a-         CC/Field     Marino-Spain $125
       3:30p         118                                           12p
81182* MTWThF/1:30p- AN/134  Abrahamson $125
       4:30p
                                                             TENNIS CAMP FOR KIDS
                                                             (AGES 6+)
                                                             KIDS/628
                 Sports Camps                                Instruction and basic skills. Students will learn
                                                             forehand, backhand, serve, volley, approach shot and
                                                             foot work. Please bring racket and one can new tennis
PEE WEE SOCCER CAMP                                          balls.
(AGES 4-6)                                                   Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31
KIDS/614                                                     CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
This camp will introduce your child to the very basic        80376 MTWThF/8:30a- CC/Tennis Noor       $110
                                                                   10:30a        Court     De La Rosa
skills of soccer. Students will learn and develop skills
such as dribbling, passing, trapping and goalkeeping by
participating in fun drills, exciting games. By the end of   SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP
the course, students will not only have learned to play a
new sport, but they'll experience being a part of a team!    (AGES 8-15)
Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17                                         KIDS/608
CRN DAYS               PLACE           INSTR        FEE      This week-long camp will teach students the basics and
81149 MTWThF/9a CC/Field           Varga            $110     fundamentals of basketball according to their age level.
      -11:30a                                                Students will be divided by age group.
      Class will meet on the West Field @ CC                 Dates: Aug 10-Aug 14
                                                             *Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10
                                                             CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
PEE WEE SOCCER CAMP                                          81029 MTWThF/9a-         CC/GYM 1 Davenport $125
(AGES 6-8)                                                          12:30p
KIDS/614A                                        NEW!        80359* MTWThF/9a-        CC/GYM 1- Davenport $125
                                                                    12:30p            101
Dates: Jul 6-Jul 10
CRN DAYS               PLACE           INSTR        FEE
81148 MTWThF/9a CC/Field               Varga        $125     CAN U DIG IT? VOLLEYBALL CAMP
      -12p
      Meets in West Field @ CC                               FOR BEGINNERS
                                                             (AGES 11-13)
                                                             KIDS/1435                 NEW!
SOCCER SUMMER CAMP                                           This class is geared toward the beginner level youth
(AGES 8-10)                                                  who is interested in learning the basic fundamentals of
KIDS/615                                                     volleyball. Conditioning, as well as drills that focus on
Come join us for an intensive week of soccer skill           the necessary skills to play the game, will also be
improvement. The camp will involve soccer drills such        introduced. Students should wear tennis shoes and
as kicking, passing, trapping, receiving, ball control and   bring a small towel and water to class. Knee pads are
head kicking. Campers will be divided by age, skill          optional.
level, experience level or team.                             Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24
Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17                                         CRN DAYS                 PLACE        INSTR        FEE
CRN DAYS               PLACE           INSTR        FEE      81047 MTWThF/9a-         CC/GYM 1- Marino-Spain $125
81150 MTWThF/12 CC/GYM 1               Varga        $125           12p                101
      :30p-3:30p
                                                             CAN U DIG IT? VOLLEYBALL CAMP
SOCCER SUMMER CAMP                                           FOR BEGINNERS
(AGES 10+)                                                   (AGES 14-16)
KIDS/615A                                        NEW!        KIDS/1438                 NEW!
Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24                                         Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7
CRN DAYS               PLACE           INSTR        FEE      CRN DAYS              PLACE           INSTR        FEE
81151 MTWThF/12 CC/GYM 1               Varga        $125     81048 MTWThF/9a CC/GYM 1-             Marino-Spain $125
      :30p-3:30p                                                   -12p      101


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                                                                      PARKING
                                                                      Parking is by permit only; spaces are limited. A parking permit
       GENERAL INFORMATION                                            does not always guarantee a parking space. IF YOU DON'T
                                                                      HAVE A PERMIT YOU WILL GET A TICKET! An exception to this
By District policy, "every course, course section or class shall be   policy - DMV disabled person placard holders are allowed to park
open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been       free in metered parking spots. Parking in any other spots requires
admitted to the School of Continuing Education (SCE)".                a paid permit. Parking permits are refundable prior to first class
                                                                      meetings only and must be returned to receive a refund.
CLASS SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE: SCE has made
every reasonable effort to determine that this class schedule is      PARKING FEES: ANAHEIM & WILSHIRE: For six-month permit
accurate; however, changes may occur after press time.                (July-December): vehicle permits-$35; motorcycle permits-$20
                                                                      (Anaheim Campus Only); both are available at SCE Registration
CLASSES                                                               Office. Daily passes are $2 throughout parking areas.
ADMISSION TO CLASSES: Students are admitted on a first
come, first served basis. Students are not permitted to attend        PARKING FEES: SCE CYPRESS: For Summer term permit:
classes in which they are not officially enrolled. Classes “filled”   vehicle permits-$20; motorcycle permits-$10; both are available at
may have a “waitlist” already established for students wanting to     the SCE Registration Office in building 100, off of parking lot 4.
attend. NON-TUITION CLASSES: Students must attend the first           Daily passes are available for $2 throughout parking areas.
day of class or they may lose their spot to a petitioning student.
                                                                      BUS SERVICE: OCTD provides service to SCE campuses. For
AUDITING CLASSES: If a student has received a passing grade           more information, call (714) 636-7433.
in a Pharmacy Technician Program course and wish to repeat the
course should submit an audit request to the program manager.         FEES
For more information about auditing a Pharmacy Technician             APPORTIONMENT CLASS FEES: These classes appear as free
course, please contact 714-808-4673. Fee charged for auditing a       but are actually funded by the State. Funding is received for each
course are subject to change. No auditing other SCE courses.          hour of student attendance. The cost of offering the class is
                                                                      covered by these funds. The class may be cancelled if the
CLASS ATTENDANCE / CANCELLATIONS: Students need to                    attendance falls below the level needed to cover the costs of the
attend all classes. If attendance drops, classes may be cancelled.    class. The State has mandated that apportionment classes be
Non-Tuition classes may be discontinued during the trimester if       offered in the following nine areas:
attendance drops. Tuition classes will continue according to           1. English-as-a-Second Language
schedule once they have started.                                       2. Citizenship for Immigrants
                                                                       3. Elementary and Secondary Basic Skills
WEEKEND POLICY: It is SCE’s practice that classes do not meet          4. Health and Safety
on a weekend following a Friday District Holiday or preceding a        5. Course for those with Substantial Disabilities
Monday District Holiday. If it necessary for a class to be held on     6. Parenting
such a weekend, this would be an exception to the rule.                7. Home Economics
                                                                       8. Courses for Older Adults
IN-CLASS REGISTRATION: Students must attend the first                  9. Short-Term Vocational
meeting where in-class registration takes place or they may lose
their seat to someone else. A minimum number of students must         TUITION CLASS FEES: Classes NOT funded by State are
attend the first class meeting. In-class registration is on a first   supported by student tuition. Students must cover the cost of the
come, first served basis.                                             class through fees. Additional instructional materials or supply
                                                                      fees may be required. These classes will not be cancelled if
CHILDREN IN CLASS: No children are to attend adult classes.           attendance falls low during the term. Student are permitted to
                                                                      register late, full tuition payment is required.
CAMPUS BOOKSTORES: Anaheim (714) 808-4675; Cypress
(714) 484-7336; Wilshire (Fullerton) (714) 992-7557.                  PAYING FOR CLASSES: Full payment is required at the time of
                                                                      registration. Cash, checks, money orders and credit cards
REGISTRATION LOCATIONS: No matter where the class is held,            (MasterCard and VISA) are accepted. $25 will be charged to any
students can register on campus: Anaheim (Second Floor),              students' account if a check is returned for non-sufficient funds.
Cypress (Pkg Lot 4: SCE Cypress Bldg 100), Wilshire (Bldg 300).
Registration also available on-line at www.sce.edu.                   HOLDS: SCE will withhold transcripts, registration privileges or
                                                                      any combination hereof from any current or former student who
MINOR STUDENTS: SCE classes are open to those 18-yrs or               has failed to pay all outstanding fees (from current or previous
older who have been admitted to SCE and are not attending             terms) or for other administrative reasons.
school. Students under 18 who have not graduated from high
school may be permitted to attend under special circumstances. It     REFUNDS: A refund petition must be filled out 48 hours before
is advisable to contact the Campus Dean where the class is            the class starts. A $10 processing fee will be deducted from ALL
offered prior to obtaining the required permission letter from the    refunds issued, except for classes canceled by SCE. Refunds will
school the minor student is currently attending. If permission to     be processed two weeks after the term begins. No refunds on
enroll is granted, the minor student may enroll only after the        books. NOTE: Refund checks to KIDS’ COLLEGE students will
regular registration period so that priority is given to adult        be made to the name of the student of record as required by State
students. Children of any age may enroll in Kids' College classes     Education Code regulations.
as indicated in the course descriptions.
                                                                      RECORDS
NAME CHANGE: Students are encouraged to visit one of the              STUDENT RECORDS: California Administrative Code, Title V,
SCE campuses for a name change. Students must provide a               and District policy states that students can review their records at
picture ID when requesting a name change.                             any time. All student records are located at the SCE Wilshire
                                                                      Campus. Transcript requests are accepted in person or by mail
                                                                      (the form may be downloaded and printed from the SCE web site).
                                                                      Allow 10 business days for processing.
RELEASE OF RECORDS: The Family Educational Rights and                    SEXUAL HARASSMENT, DRUG-FREE AND ALCOHOL-FREE
Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to      DISTRICT POLICIES: For a copy of these policies, please refer to
their education records. They have the right to:                         the SCE website at www.sce.edu.
  • inspect and review their education records
  • have some control over the disclosure of information from
                                                                         OPEN ENROLLMENT: It is the policy of NOCCCD that, unless
      their education record
                                                                         specifically exempted by statue, every course section or class, the
  • seek to amend incorrect education records
In accordance with FERPA, SCE may release or publish, without            full-time equivalent students (FTES) attendance of which is to be
the student’s prior consent, items in the category of public             reported for state aid, whenever offered and maintained by
(directory) information. The NOCCCD Board of Trustees has                NOCCCD, shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by
identified the following as public (directory) information:              any person who has been admitted to the college(s) or School of
  • Degrees and awards received by students, including honors,           Continuing Education and who meets such prerequisites as may
      scholarships, athletic awards and Dean’s List recognition          be established pursuant to Chapter II, Division 2, part VI, Title 5 of
  • Student participation in officially recognized activities and        the California Administrate Code, commencing with Section
      sports including weight, height and high school of graduation      51820.
      of athletic team members
Students who wish to restrict this information must submit a
written request to the Registrar’s Office at the Wilshire Continuing     NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT: It is the policy of
Education Center. Requests must be filed within fifteen calendar         NOCCCD to provide an educational, employment, and business
days from the beginning of each trimester a student is in                environment in which no person shall be unlawfully subjected to
attendance. For more information, call (714) 992-9502.                   discrimination or sexual harassment, nor unlawfully denied full and
                                                                         equal access to the benefits of District programs or activities on
GRADING POLICY: Students enrolled in a Career Development                the basis of ethnic group identification, national origin, religion,
and College Preparation (CDCP) course are advised that they will         age, gender, race, color, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital
be issued a grade that will appear on their SCE transcript and           status or physical or mental disability as defined and prohibited by
permanent academic history. If a student does not wish to be
                                                                         state and federal statues. Any student who engages in unlawful
graded, they must drop the course prior to the eighth hour of
instruction. While an instructor may drop a student for excessive        discrimination or sexual harassment in violation of this policy will
absences, it is the student’s responsibility to officially               be subjected to disciplinary action, which may include suspension
withdraw from a class. If a student withdraws after the eighth           or expulsion.
hour of instruction, but prior to the last quarter of instruction, the   Students who believe they had been subjected to unlawful
student will receive a “W” grade on their transcript, regardless of      discrimination, including sexual harassment, or who seek
whether the drop was initiated by the student or instructor.             information regarding the District's Unlawful Discrimination Policy,
Students may not drop a course after the start of the final quarter      should contact the Office of the District Director of Human
of the course. Please refer to the chart below or visit                  Resources at 714-808-4818.
www.sce.edu/gradingpolicy for further information.
                                                                         The following person is designated by the North Orange County
                                                                         Community College District as the Responsible Officer/Section
   Hours of         Recorded on
                                                Grade                    504/Title IX Coordinator for receiving and coordinating the
  Instruction        Transcript
                         24 hour classes                                 investigation of all unlawful discrimination complaints filed
      1-7                Y                        NG                     pursuant to section 59328 of Title 5 of the California Code of
      8-16               Y                 W (Withdrawal)                Regulations, and for coordinating compliance with section 504 of
     17-24               Y             P (Pass) or NP (No Pass)          the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with
                         36 hour classes                                 Disabilities Act of 1990, Title IX of the Education Amendments of
      1-7                Y                        NG                     1992, and response to discrimination complaints related thereto:
      8-27               Y                 W (Withdrawal)                Contact: Jeffrey O. Horsley, Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
     28-36               Y             P (Pass) or NP (No Pass)          Address: 1830 W. Romneya Dr, Anaheim, CA 92801-1819
                         48 hour classes                                 Telephone: 714-808-4822
      1-7                Y                        NG
      8-36               Y                 W (Withdrawal)                DISABLED STUDENT PROGRAMS AND SERVICES: SCE
     37-48               Y             P (Pass) or NP (No Pass)          provides support services to enable persons with disabilities to
                                                                         participate in classes and programs. Such support may include
                 SUB          CRSE          HOURS                        tutors, interpreter service, note takers, or other assistance. In
                BMGR           625            36                         addition, special classes are offered for those who are not yet
                BMGR           630            36                         ready to benefit from general continuing education offerings. See
                BMGR           635            36
                                                                         the Disabled Student Programs and Services section in this
                BMGR           640            36
                                                                         schedule for class listings or call (714) 484-7057.
                BUSN           320            24
                BUSN           321            24
                BUSN           340            48                         WE'RE LOOKING FOR NEW INSTRUCTORS! DO YOU WANT
                BUSN           341            48                         TO TEACH FOR THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION?
                COMP           ALL           Vary                        We are looking for new instructors for the following programs:
                MS             ALL            36                         Older Adult Classes, Kids' College, ESL, Computer Classes.
                MEOC           104            48                         You must meet minimum qualifications set by the State of
                MEOC           121            36                         California Community College Chancellor's Office. For more info
                MEOC           122            36                         call (714) 484-7038. If qualified, please send resume to:
                MEOC           130            36                         Valentina Purtell, Dean of Instruction
                MEOC           140            36                         SCE Cypress, 9200 Valley View, Cypress CA 90630
                MEOC           135            36
                MEDO           220            48                         ACCREDITATION: SCE is proudly accredited by the Accrediting
                MEDO           221            48                         Commission for Schools of the Western Association of Schools
                MEDO           230            36                         and Colleges (WASC). For more information regarding SCE's
                                                                         accreditation, please contact WASC at the following:
CAMPUS SAFETY: For any emergency, dial 9-1-1 from any                    Western Association of Schools and Colleges Accrediting
campus phone. To reach campus safety, call the following number          Commission for Schools
by campus: Anaheim: (714) 808-4911, Cypress (714) 484-7387,              533 Airport Blvd., Suite 200, Burlingame, CA 90410
Wilshire (Fullerton): (714) 992-7777.
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Alamitos West Health 3902 W Katellla Ave       Los Alam     Los Alamitos Sr Ctr      10911 Oak Street        Los Alam
Care Ctr                                                    Magnolia High School
Anaheim Care Cottages 9622 Katella Ave         Anah         Melrose Elem             974 Melrose Ave         Placnta
Anaheim Community       250 E Center           Anah         Morningside of Fullerton 800 Morningside Dr      Full
Ctr
                                                            New Horizon Lodge,       8541 W Cerritos Ave     Stanton
Anaheim Crest Nurs Ctr 3067 W Orange Ave       Anah         Inc.
Anaheim Crown Plaza 641 S Beach Blvd           Anah         OC Assoc Retrded         225 W Carl Karcher      Anah
Anaheim Health Care 501 S Beach Blvd           Anah         Citizens                 Way
Ctr                                                         Park Anaheim             3435 W Ball Rd          Anah
Anaheim Sr Ctr          250 E Center Street    Anah         Healthcare Ctr
Anaheim Terrace Conv 141 S Knott Ave           Anah         Park Regency Care Ctr 1770 W La Habra Blvd La Habra
Anaheim VIP Ctr         1158 N Knollwood Cir Anah           Park Regency Ret Res 1750 W La Habra Blvd La Habra
Anaheim Village         3411 W Ball Rd         Anah         Park Vista Assisted      2527 Brea Blvd          Full
Anaheim YMCA Ctr        2045 W. Ball Road      Anah         Living
Bradford Square         1180 N Bradford Ave    Placnta      Park Vista, Morningside 2525 Brea Blvd           Full
Braille Institute       527 N Dale             Anah         Ponderosa Park           2100 S Haster St        Anah
Brea Sr Ctr             500 Sievers Ave        Brea         Quaker Gardens           12151 Dale St           Stanton
Brighton Gardens        17803 Imperial Hwy     YL           Real Challenges Inc.     3584 East Enterprise Dr Anah
Brookhurst Jr. High     601 N. Brookhurst St. Anah          Rehab Institute So Ca 130 Laguna Rd              Full
School                                                      Rio Vista Elem           310 N Rio Vista         Anah
Buena Pk Nurs Ctr       8520 S Western Ave     Buena Pk     Sr Citizens Ctr -        143 S Bradford Ave      Placnta
Buena Pk Sr Ctr         8150 S Knott Ave       Buena Pk     Placentia
Buena Pk Sr Day Care 8150 Knott Ave            Buena Pk     Sr Citizens Ctr Anaheim 250 E Center St          Anah
Ctr                                                         Sr Living Communities, 312 N Roosevelt Ave Full
Buena Vista Care Ctr 1440 S Euclid Ave         Anah         LLC
Cambridge Court         1621 E Commonwealth Full            St Boniface Church       120 N Janss St          Anah
                        Ave                                 St. Elizabeth Healthcare 2800 N Harbor Blvd      Full
Circle of Friends       3033 W Orange Ave      Anah         Stanton Comm Ctr         7800 Katella Ave        Stanton
Commonwealth Adlt       7811 Commonwealth Buena Pk          Stanton Cultural Arts    7800 Katella Ave        Stanton
Day HealthCt            Ave                                 Ctr
Coventry Court          2040 S Euclid Ave      Anah         Sun-Mar Nurs Ctr         1720 W Orange Ave       Anah
Cypress High School                                         Sunkist Elem             500 N Sunkist St        Anah
Cypress Sr Ctr          9031 Grindlay          Cypress      Sunnycrest Chalet        1925 Sunny Crest Dr Full
Cypress Sr Citizen Ctr 9031 Grindlay St        Cypress      Sunrise Assisted Living 4792 Lakeview Ave        YL
DaVita - Brea Dialysis 595 Tamarak Ave Ste A Brea           @ YL
Ctr                                                         Tall Mouse-Yorba Linda 17506 Yorba Linda Blvd Y L
Easter Seals Sr Day     500 W Central Ave Ste Brea          Terrace View Care Ctr 201 E Bastanchury Rd Full
Services                A                                   Thomas Edison Elem 1526 E Romneya Dr             Anah
Emerald Court           1731 Medical Center Dr Anah         Topaz Elem               3232 Topaz Ln           Full
Emeritos, Casa Whittier 10615 Jordan Rd        Whittier     Victoria Woods           5303 Stonehaven Dr      YL
Emeritus, Fairwood      200 N Dale Ave         Anah         W Anah Extended Care 645 S Beach Blvd            Anah
Empower Community 8381 Katella                 Stanton      Ctr
Day Program                                                 Walnut Manor Care Ctr 891 S Walnut St            Anah
Enriching-DSPS          12843 Beach Blvd       Stanton      West Anaheim Sr Prog 2271 W Crescent Ave Anah
Evergreen, Fullerton    2222 N Harbor Blvd     Fulllerton   West Anaheim             645 South Beach Blvd Anah
First Christian Church 520 W South St          Anah         Therapeutic Res
Anaheim                                                     Western High School
First United Methodist 114 N. Pomona           Full         Westminster              206 Hospital Circle     Westmnstr
Full                                                        Therapeutic Ctr
Fullerton Gardens       1510 E Commonwealth Full            Westview Vocational      9776 Katella Avenue     Anah
                        Ave                                 Ctr
Fullerton Rosewood      411 E Commonwealth Full             Whittier Hills Hlth Care 10426 Bogardis Ave      Whittier
Assist Lvg              Ave                                 Ctr
Fullerton Sr Multi-Serv 340 W Commonwealth Full             Windsong Sr Activity     1701 S Euclid Ave       Anah
Ctr                     Ave                                 Ctr
Gardens of Brea         285 W Central Ave      Brea         Windsor Gardens of       3415 W Ball Rd          Anah
Gilbert Elem            9551 Orangewood        GG           Anaheim
                        Avenue                              Windsor Gardens of       245 E Wilshire Ave      Full
Good Shepherd Church 11600 Los Alamitos        Los Alam     Fullerton
                        Blvd                                Yorba Linda Church of 4382 Eureka Ave            YL
Gordon Lane Conv        1821 E Chapman Ave Full             Christ
Hosp                                                        Yorba Linda Sr Ctr       4501 Casa Loma Dr       YL
Greenfield Care Ctr of 330 W Bastanchury Rd Full
Full
Hansen School           1300 S Knott Ave       Anah
Harbor Villa Care Ctr   861 S Harbor Blvd      Anah
Healthcare Service Inc Lighthouse Anaheim      Anah
Hermosa Village         1515 S Michelle Drive Anah
Horace Mann Elem        920 N Janss St         Anah
Independencia Sr Cr La 10841 Garza St          Anah
Coloni
Karlton Residential     3615 W Ball Rd         Anah
Care Ctr
Katella Sr Living       3952 W Katella Ave     Los Alam
Community
Knott Ave Care Ctr      9021 Knott Ave         Buena Pk
Knott Ave Res Manor 9011 Knott Ave             Buena Pk
La Habra Conv Hospital 1233 W La Habra Blvd La Habra
La Habra Sr Ctr         101 W La Habra Blvd La Habra
La Habra Villa          1100 E Whittier Blvd   La Habra
La Palma Nurs Ctr       1130 W La Palma Ave Anah
                                                                                         Computer Applications for the Administrative Assistant
                                                                                              II............................................................................ 27
                        CLASS INDEX                                                      Computer Keyboarding I ............................................. 41
                                                                                         Computer Keyboarding II ............................................ 41
                                                                                         Computer Skills for ESL, Advanced............................ 11
A Touch of Spanish..................................................... 44               Conversational Chinese.............................................. 13
Actor's Workshop ........................................................ 23             Create Art from Around the World Camp! .................. 62
Adobe After Effects ..................................................... 21             Create Your Own Web Page Using HTML ................. 42
Adobe Dreamweaver .................................................. 20                  Creative Arts for Older Adults ..................................... 35
Adobe Flash Pro ......................................................... 21             Creative Crafts from Around the World....................... 40
Adobe Illustrator .......................................................... 20          Creative Dance and Exercise ..................................... 42
Adobe Indesign ........................................................... 20            Creative Writing..................................................... 52, 53
Adobe Photoshop........................................................ 20               Creative Writing for Seniors ........................................ 33
Adobe Premiere Pro ................................................... 21                Critical Thinking........................................................... 22
Adult Bass Guitar ........................................................ 32            Dance Like the Stars Camp ........................................ 63
Adult Guitar ................................................................. 32        Delivering Presentations with Confidence .................. 17
Advanced Water Polo for Kids.................................... 59                      Designing with Lights .................................................. 55
Aerobics ...................................................................... 30       Digital Photo Albums for Beginners ............................ 19
Algebra ........................................................................ 46      Digital Photography Camp .......................................... 61
Algebra 1..................................................................... 46        Dining and Party Etiquette .......................................... 51
Anime Drawing Camp ................................................. 62                  Discover the Internet................................................... 19
AP Biology Prep .......................................................... 55            Drama for Communication .......................................... 12
Art is for You ............................................................... 39        Drawing - Basics and Beyond.................................... 24
Art Techniques for Kids Camp.................................... 61                      Drawing & Sketching............................................. 39, 40
AVID Enrichment - Social Science Focus .................. 41                             Drawing With The Right Side Of Your Brain............... 24
Babies Love Music...................................................... 25               Dressmaking ............................................................... 24
Balance & Mobility for Older Adults ...................... 33, 36                        Early Childhood Development .................................... 27
Ballroom/Latin/Swing Dance....................................... 31                     Ease Into Pre-Algebra................................................. 46
Bartending Workshops................................................ 27                  ESL Beginning Low..................................................... 12
Basic Electricity ........................................................... 27         Exploratory Arts for Visually Impaired......................... 22
Basic Hand Sewing for Kids........................................ 52                    Family Community Relationships ............................... 28
Basic Phonics.............................................................. 52           Fashion Illustration Camp ........................................... 62
Basic Photography the Mechanics of Digital                                               Fashion Illustration I.................................................... 41
     Photography ......................................................... 25            Fitness Lab.................................................................. 31
Basketball Clinic.......................................................... 56           Flat Pattern Method..................................................... 24
Bass Guitar for Kids .................................................... 50             Food Preparation and Good Nutrition for Older Adults
Beginning Band Instruments....................................... 50                          .............................................................................. 37
Beginning Banking for Students with Disabilities........ 22                              Fun with Baking!.......................................................... 42
Beginning Computers / Open Lab for Adults with                                           Fun With Clay Camp................................................... 62
     Disabilities ............................................................ 22        Fun with Magnets and Magnetic Fields ...................... 55
Beginning Drama for Older Adults .............................. 38                       Fun With Phonics ........................................................ 52
Beginning Group Guitar 1 ........................................... 49                  Fundamentals of GMP and QSR ................................ 29
Beginning Group Guitar 2 ........................................... 50                  Geography & The USA ............................................... 55
Beginning Gymnastics 1 Camp .................................. 62                        Get in Shape - Healthy Eating and Exercise ............. 23
Beginning Gymnastics I Summer Camp..................... 62                               Go Green..................................................................... 55
Beginning Keyboarding............................................... 18                  Guitar for Adults .......................................................... 32
Beginning Phonics and Printing.................................. 52                      Guitar For Kids - Advanced......................................... 50
Beginning Spring Board Diving............................. 57, 58                        Guitar For Kids - Beginning......................................... 49
Beyond Smoothies and More...................................... 42                       Guitar For Kids - Intermediate..................................... 49
Books Come Alive for Older Adults ............................ 33                        Guitar for Kids - Songs of Guitar Hero........................ 49
Business/Computer Skills Lab .................................... 18                     Guitar for Kids - Songs of the Disney Channel........... 49
Cabinet & Millwork ...................................................... 30             Gymnastics - Beginning I ............................................ 44
Calculus I..................................................................... 46       Gymnastics II .............................................................. 45
Calligraphy .................................................................. 40        Hatha Yoga for Older Adults ....................................... 36
Calligraphy II ............................................................... 40        Healthier Living - Managing Ongoing Health Conditions
Can U Dig It? Volleyball Camp for Beginners............. 63                                   for the Older Adult ................................................ 38
Capture the Moment ................................................... 40                Hearing Impaired for Older Adults .............................. 34
Care and Use of Overlock Machine............................ 24                          Help Yourself to Health for Older Adults..................... 35
Career Search Strategies ........................................... 17                  Helping Your Struggling Child..................................... 26
Cartoon Drawing ......................................................... 39             Hip Hop Dance............................................................ 31
Celebrate Reading ...................................................... 52              History of Comedy and Humor for Older Adults ......... 37
Ceramics for Older Adults........................................... 34                  How to be an Effective Networker .............................. 17
Cheerleading............................................................... 44           How To Sell on eBay .................................................. 17
Chemistry For Young Scientists ................................. 54                      How To Study, Take Tests and Organize Yourself .... 53
Chess - It's Your Move................................................ 51                Improve Your Handwriting .......................................... 53
Children's Ballet and Tap Dance ................................ 43                      Improve Your Math and Study Skills........................... 45
Children's Tap Dance.................................................. 43                Improve Your Reading and Writing............................. 54
Computer Applications for the Administrative Assistant I                                 Improving Your Cardiovascular Health....................... 30
     .............................................................................. 27   Independent Living Skills ............................................ 22
                                                                                         In-Patient Lab for the Pharmacy Technician .............. 30
Intensive Writing Camp............................................... 60                 Pee Wee Soccer Beginning High ............................... 56
Intergenerational - Creative Arts Exchange for Older                                     Pee Wee Soccer Camp .............................................. 63
     Adults.................................................................... 33       Pee Wee Soccer Intermediate High ........................... 56
Internet Zone............................................................... 42          Pee Wee Soccer Intermediate Low ............................ 56
Intro to Computers ...................................................... 41             Pee Wee Soccer Level II ............................................ 56
Introduction to Access................................................. 19               Personal Safety for Students with Disabilities ............ 22
Introduction to Computer Animation & Games ........... 42                                Pharmacology I ........................................................... 29
Introduction to Computers........................................... 18                  Pharmacology II .......................................................... 30
Introduction to Excel ................................................... 19             Pharmacy Operations Lab .......................................... 30
Introduction to Medical Device Quality Assurance ..... 29                                Photography................................................................ 25
Introduction to Microsoft Windows.............................. 18                       Photoshop for Students with Disabilities .................... 23
Introduction to Pharmacy Technician ......................... 29                         Physical Fitness for Older Adults in Residential Manors
Introduction to PowerPoint.......................................... 42                       .............................................................................. 37
Introduction to the Martial Arts.................................... 45                  Physical Fitness for Older Adults in Senior Centers.. 33,
Introduction to Word.................................................... 19                   38
Investment Strategies to Build and Protect Your Nest                                     Piano Keyboarding - Beginning I ................................ 49
     Egg ....................................................................... 18      Piano Keyboarding - Beginning II ............................... 49
Jammin' Chemistry...................................................... 54               Playing the Cello ......................................................... 50
Jammin' Chemistry Camp I......................................... 60                     Playing the Cello - Beginner I ..................................... 50
Jammin' Chemistry Camp II........................................ 61                     Playing the Cello - Beginner II .................................... 50
Jazz Hip Hop Dance ................................................... 43                Please Pass The Manners.......................................... 51
Jazz Hip-Hop Dance ................................................... 43                Popping, Colliding, and Flashy Physics...................... 55
Jazz Improvisation ...................................................... 51             Positive Living Skills for Youth.................................... 51
Journey Back Into Time for Older Adults.................... 34                           Pre-Algebra ................................................................. 46
Joyful Parenting - Creative Art/Music ......................... 26                       Pre-Calculus................................................................ 46
Jr Summer Sports Camp ............................................ 63                    Pre-Competitive Swim ................................................ 58
Judo/Jujitsu for Kids.................................................... 45             Pre-Reading Skills....................................................... 52
Junior Chef Camp ....................................................... 62              Pre-Reading Skills for Kindergarten Camp................. 59
Karate.......................................................................... 31      Professional Business Etiquette ................................. 24
Kids Love Music .......................................................... 25            Program Creative Experience..................................... 28
Kindergarten Reading, Writing and Math Review Camp                                       Program Science & Math ............................................ 28
     .............................................................................. 59   Public Speaking for Children....................................... 51
Kindergym - Toddler Fitness....................................... 25                    QuickBooks Fundamentals for the Financial Office
Kinesthetic PE For Visually Impaired.......................... 22                             Applications .......................................................... 19
Kung Fu for Kids ......................................................... 45            Quilting for Older Adults.............................................. 35
Kung Fu San Soo........................................................ 31               Reader's Theater Camp.............................................. 60
Layers of the Ocean and the Creatures that Live in the                                   Readiness for Kindergarten ........................................ 52
     Ocean ................................................................... 55        Reading & Comprehension......................................... 53
Limalama Self Defense............................................... 32                  Reading, Writing and Math Review Camp.................. 59
Master Math - 1st Grade ............................................. 45                 Reading, Writing, and Math Review Camp................. 60
Master Math - 2nd Grade............................................ 45                   Reading, Writing, Spelling and Math Adventure Camp
Master Math - 3rd Grade............................................. 45                       .............................................................................. 60
Master Math - 4th Grade............................................. 45                  Retirement Planning Today ........................................ 17
Mathematics................................................................ 46           Rock 'N Learn Spanish ............................................... 44
Medical Assisting - Back Office Procedures II........... 28                              Rules of the Road ....................................................... 23
Medical Terminology................................................... 29                Salsa Dance................................................................ 31
Memory Power For Kids ............................................. 53                   Science Camp - Earth Science Exploration................ 61
Microsoft Word for Kids............................................... 41                Seasonal Arts and Crafts Workshop........................... 39
Microsoft Word, PowerPoint & Excel for Kids............. 42                              Second Grade Review Camp ..................................... 60
Mobile Device Game Development ............................ 21                           Secrets of Real Estate Financing ............................... 18
Mobility Skills............................................................... 22        Self-Defense ............................................. 11, 12, 13, 32
Moms, Pops & Tots Tumbling..................................... 44                       Senior Chorus ............................................................. 35
MS Excel - Power-User Skills ..................................... 19                    Senior Topics For Older Adults................................... 34
MS Office - Overview ................................................. 19                Sewing for Beginners.................................................. 23
Music Arts for Older Adults ......................................... 36                 Shockingly Fun Electronics......................................... 55
Musical Theatre........................................................... 43            Silk - Illustrator ............................................................ 21
Musical Theatre Summer Camp ................................. 61                         Sing and Learn Chinese for Parent and Child ............ 43
Needlecrafts, Knitting, Crochet for Older Adults......... 35                             Singing is Fun ............................................................. 48
Office Skills I ............................................................... 27       Soccer Summer Camp................................................ 63
Office Skills II .............................................................. 27       Social Opportunities for Students with Disablities ...... 22
Oral Interpretation ....................................................... 12           Solid Works for the Designer ...................................... 21
Overview of FDA's Medical Device Regulation .......... 29                                Solving Word Problems .............................................. 46
Painting ....................................................................... 24      Sounds Funtastic ........................................................ 54
Painting for Older Adults ............................................. 35               Spanish - Conversation I............................................. 13
Paper Bag Scrapbook Album...................................... 40                       Spanish Fun for Mommy, Daddy and Me ................... 44
Parent and Me Swimming........................................... 57                     Spanish Literacy.......................................................... 12
Patchwork, Quilting and Applique............................... 24                       Spelling and Writing Enrichment................................. 52
Pee Wee Baseball....................................................... 56               Summer Band ............................................................. 51
Pee Wee Soccer ......................................................... 56              Summer Basketball Camp .......................................... 63
Pee Wee Soccer Beginning........................................ 56                      Summer Cooking ........................................................ 23
Summer Swim............................................................. 58
Tai-Chi Chuan for Older Adults............................. 33, 37
Teen Advanced Tennis ............................................... 57
Teen Chef Camp......................................................... 62
Teen Etiquette............................................................. 51
Tennis - Intermediate/ Advanced................................ 30
Tennis Camp for Kids ................................................. 63
Tennis for Kids - Advanced Beginning........................ 57
Tennis For Kids - Beginning........................................ 57
Tennis-Beginning ........................................................ 30
The Art of Belly Dancing ............................................. 31
Tiny Tots Tumbling...................................................... 44
Tole and Decorative Arts ............................................ 24
Tone Chime Choir for Older Adults............................. 35
Toy Factory ................................................................. 54
Tutorial - Algebra 1..................................................... 48
Tutorial - Algebra 2..................................................... 48
Tutorial - Geometry - Part I ........................................ 48
Tutorial - Geometry - Part II ....................................... 48
Tutorial - Math Mania ................................................. 47
Tutorial - Math Skills .................................................. 47
Tutorial - Number Sense............................................ 47
Tutorial - Pre-Algebra................................................. 47
Tutorial - Pre-Geometry ............................................. 47
Tutorial - Probability and Statistics ............................ 47
Tutorial - Reading and Comprehension..................... 54
Tutorial - Reading and Writing Review ...................... 54
Tutorial - Ready, Set, Read! ...................................... 54
Tutorial - Trigonometry............................................... 48
Violin I.......................................................................... 50
Vocal for Kids .............................................................. 48
Waltz, Cha Cha & Tango Dance................................. 31
Water Polo For Kids - Beginning ................................ 58
Water Polo for Kids - Intermediate.............................. 59
Website Design HTML ................................................ 20
West Coast Swing Dance ........................................... 31
Have Internet, Will Travel............................................ 23
Window into the World of Magic ................................. 51
Women's Tailoring ...................................................... 24
Wonderful Arts & Crafts .............................................. 39
Wonderful Arts and Crafts........................................... 39
Wonderful Watercolors ............................................... 40
Word Wizard (Reading & Writing)............................... 53
Writers Camp .............................................................. 60
Writer's Workshop Camp ............................................ 60
Writing from A to Z ...................................................... 53
Writing Reports And Papers ....................................... 53
Writing Workshop........................................................ 54
Written Communications for Business........................ 28
Young Artist Workshop ............................................... 40
Youth Ballet................................................................. 43
You've Got Rhythm ..................................................... 49
                                                                                                                                     Register Online at www.sce.edu
                                                      NOCCCD Anaheim Campus
                                                      1830 W. Romneya Dr.
                                                      Anaheim, CA 92801
                                                      (714) 808-4645
                                                      Park on the first floor.
                                                      Register on the second floor.
                       Cypress Continuing Education Center
                       9200 Valley View • Cypress, CA 90630
                       (714) 484-7038
                       Located on the south end of the
                       Cypress College Campus.
                       Park in Lot 4.
                       Register in Bldg. SCECYP/100




                                                                                                                                     SCE SUMMER Schedule 2009
                                                                                      Wilshire Continuing Education Center
                                                                                      315 E. Wilshire Avenue
diSTRiCT SERViCE Map




                                                                                      Fullerton, CA 92832
                                                                                      (714) 992-9500
                                                                                      On the corner of Lemon St. & Wilshire Avenue
                                                                                      Register in Bldg. 300.

				
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