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AUGUST 2015

ADVERTORIAL -

JUDSON I SD

MORE MARIMBA

FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL AGES

Advanced marimba techniques will

be taught to students who have

previously participated in marimba

classes. However, beginning students

will be able to attend with the as-

surance of success in the class. For

new students, the marimba keys are

usually made of wood and struck with

mallets to produce musical tones. The

keys are positioned similar to those

on a piano. Students will be taught

through the use of music composed

by Walt Hampton and Doug Edwards.

They will learn new techniques to play

this melodic percussion instrument.

Coronado students that remain on

campus until the 4:00 p.m. start of the

class must enroll in the Adventure

Club After School program to remain

on campus if not already enrolled for a

weekly drop-in rate of $15. For enroll-

ment information to Adventure Club,

call 619-0429. (Min 8/Max 20)

Class meets Thurs.

4:00-5:30 p.m.

for 6 weeks — $49

Sess 1:

Sept 10, 17, 24, Oct 1, 8, & 15

Sess 2:

Oct 22, 29, Nov 5, 12, 19, & Dec

3 (no class Nov 26)

Bonnie Anderson, Teacher

Coronado Village - Music Room

SING ALONG GUITAR LESSONS

– BEGINNERS

Ages 6 & Up

For centuries, the guitar has been the

most popular musical instrument of

choice. Guitar-like instruments can be

found throughout history since ancient

times. European settlers coming to

the New World brought the instru-

ment with them to America. It has

evolved through the years to become

one of the most popular instruments.

Learn to sing along while you learn to

play the guitar. Your teacher, Raquel

Castillo, is young at heart & has been

teaching for years. She loves to pick

a tune and sing along. She will teach

you how to tune your guitar. Accom-

pany yourself with chords and learn

how to play this popular instrument

that has withstood the changing test

of time. Bring your guitar and learn to

pick a tune with our expert! Students

will receive lessons to practice at

home to develop their skills. This

class is geared for 6 year olds & up.

(Min5/max.10)

Tuesdays for 6 sessions

5:30-6:30 p.m. — $72

Sess 1:

Sept 8, 15, 22, 29, Oct 6, & 13

Sess 2:

Oct 20, 27, Nov 3, 10, 17, & Dec 1

Raquel Castillo, Instructor

Judson Middle School Bldg B

PIANO LESSONS

FOR BEGINNERS

LEVEL 1 & 2

Ages 6 - 12

Beautiful melodies played by pianists

have entertained many generations.

Has your child always wanted to play

the piano?  Find out if your child can

develop the talent and skills to play a

modern marvel that has opened the

doorway to learning other instru-

ments! Join this fun class to learn

how to play a tune by ear and to learn

basic music theory. Students will

receive lesson handouts to practice

at home. For students to develop their

skills at playing the piano, it is recom-

mended that they practice at least

½ to 1 hour per day. Students will be

advanced from Level 1 to Level 2 by

the instructor as their skills improve.

In Level 2 students will continue

learning more about the treble clef,

base clef & advance to sharps & flats.

Bring your keyboard to class. (Min5/

max.10)

Tuesdays for 6 classes

6:45-7:45 p.m. — $72

Sess 1:

Sept 8, 15, 22, 29, Oct 6, & 13

Sess 2:

Oct 20, 27, Nov 3, 10, 17, &

Dec 1

Raquel Castillo, Instructor

Judson Middle School Bldg B

PIANO LESSONS

FOR BEGINNERS

LEVEL 1 & 2

Age 13 – Adults

Have you always wanted to play the

piano? You are never too old to learn!

Find out if you have the talent & learn

how to develop your skills to play

beautiful melodies! Join this fun class

taught by Raquel Castillo. She will

teach you how to play a tune by ear

and she will also teach basic music

theory. Students will receive lesson

handouts to practice at home. For stu-

dents to develop their skills at playing

the piano, it is recommended that they

practice at least ½ to 1 hour per day.

Students will be advanced from Level

1 to Level 2 by the instructor as their

skills improve. In Level 2 students

will continue learning more about the

treble clef, base clef & advance to

sharps & flats. Bring your keyboard to

class. (Min5/max.10)

Tuesdays for 6 classes

8:00 – 9:00 p.m. — $72

Sess 1:

Sept 8, 15, 22, 29,

Oct 6, & 13

Sess 2:

Oct 20, 27,

Nov 3, 10, 17, & Dec 1

Raquel Castillo, Instructor

Judson Middle School

Bldg B

M U S I C

CP R , F I R S T A I D & AAR P DR I VER SAF ETY

C OM P U T E R C L A S S E S

MEDICARE DEMYSTIFICATION

CARDIOPULMONARY

RESUSCITATION (CPR)

BASIC LIFE SUPPORT FOR

HEALTH CARE PROVIDER

American Heart Association

Save the life of a friend or family

member. Course covers:

- CPR for adult, child, and infant

including two-rescuer

- Bag valve mask and pocket mask

- Foreign body airway obstruction

(conscious and unconscious)

- Automatic external defibrilla-

tion (AED)

Intended for certified or non-certified,

licensed or non-licensed healthcare

providers, such as:

- EMT technicians

- Physicians, Dentists, Nurses

- Respiratory, Physical and Occupa-

tional Therapists

- Medical and Nursing Students

Certification is offered at completion of

course & is recognized by the Ameri-

can Heart Assoc. guidelines.

One session, 6:00-10:00 p.m.

$40 per person

Sept 1 (T), Sept 22 (T), Sept 30 (W)

Oct 13 (T), Oct 26 (M)

Nov 5 (Th), Nov 17 (T)

Dec 3 (Th)

Rod Jensen, Instructor

Judson Middle School – B Bldg.

HEARTSAVER FIRST AID

AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

Do you really know how to use that

first aid kit in your home or office?

Learn how to save the life of a friend

or family member. Course covers:

- General principles of first aid, medi-

cal emergencies, injury emergencies

and environmental emergencies.

- How to manage illness and injuries

during the first few minutes of an

emergency until professional help

arrives

Intended for all individuals who have a

duty to respond to a first aid emergency

because of job responsibilities or regu-

latory requirements, including:

- Security and Airline Personnel

- Camp Counselors

- Police and Firefighters

- Teachers and Daycare Workers

- Aerobics Instructors/Physical-Fitness

Trainers

- Other individuals who want or need

first aid training

All classes use 1 full set of manikins and

equipment for every 1-2 students in the

class allowing for more hands on time. 

One session, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

$30 per person

Sept 10 (Th), Sept 24 (Th)

Oct 5 (M), Oct 22 (Th)

Nov 9 (M)

Dec 8 (T)

Rod Jensen, Instructor

Judson Middle School

B Bldg.

AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM

In this refresher course AARP

members & non-members, veteran

drivers will learn defensive driving

techniques, new traffic laws & rules

of the road. Drivers learn how to

compensate for age-related changes

in vision, hearing & reaction time.

This is not a ticket dismissal course,

but drivers may be able to obtain a

3 year reduction in car insurance

upon completion. A supply fee of $15

for AARP members or $20 for non-

members is payable to the instructor

(cash or check to AARP). Bring your

Driver’s License & AARP membership

card (if a member). Contact AARP

membership 1-888-687-2277 if you

misplaced your membership card. If

you have special needs, please let us

know when registering. The building

is handicap accessible thru south

doors. Online registration is not avail-

able for this course. Call 619-0426 to

reserve seat.

Meets for one session

9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Oct 21 (W)

Roy Ball, Instructor

Judson Middle School

Bldg B

INTRODUCTION TO

MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010 – LEVEL 1

You will become acquainted with the Excel

spreadsheet program used on most of the world’s

computers.   Learn the many labor-saving features

of this application to enhance your knowledge of

spreadsheets for business & your own personal

use. Prerequisite: Computers Basics Plus, have

keyboarding skills & familiar with the Windows

operating system.

Meets for 5 classes from 6-8:00 pm— $129

Level 1: Sept 15, 16, 17, 22, & 23

Ryane Smith, Instructor

Judson Middle School, Bldg. B-rear entrance

INTRODUCTION TO

MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010 – LEVEL 2

This Level 2 class builds on what was covered

in Level 1. Students will learn to create tables,

charts, & learn how to manage lists of data. Create

formulas and use Excel’s many built-in functions

to perform complex, reliable calculations on large

quantities of data.  

Meets for 5 classes from 6-8:00 pm— $129

Level 2: Oct 13, 14, 15, 20, & 21

Ryane Smith, Instructor

Judson Middle School, Bldg. B-rear entrance

MEDICARE MONEY SAVING TIPS

This class explains the basics of Medicare but

more importantly it answers many common ques-

tions about Medicare as well as questions you

would never know to ask.

A lot of what you learn is not available on the in-

ternet, is difficult to find, or requires a serious time

commitment to acquire. We will be addressing the

following questions and more:

When should I apply for Part B?

What are the penalties for not taking Part B when it

is first available?

What are the benefits of not taking Part B when it

is first available?

What are the penalties for not taking Part D when it

is first available?

I’m losing my group insurance – what should I do?

I have TRS, Tri-Care or VA benefits – is there

anything I need to be aware of?

What are the lock-in provisions of Part D plans &

Medicare Advantage Plans?

What are the pros & cons of Medicare Supple-

ments & Medicare Advantage Plans?

What are the rating methods used to determine the

costs of supplements?

What is Medicare assignment?

What are loss ratios & how will they affect me?

What triggers your “Open Enrollment” period?

When is Medicare my primary coverage and when

is it not?

What are the four different enrollment periods?

The choices you make when you first become

eligible for Medicare will have a huge impact on

your future costs, whether they escalate rapidly

or increase gradually. It will also determine the

quality of care as well as the choice of where you

receive your care tomorrow. This class will be the

last piece of information you will need in order to

make informed decisions about your Medicare

options. (Min2/Max20)

Meets from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

$10 per person or $15 per couple

Sept 1 (T) JMS, Oct 7 (W) JLA

Nov 4 (W) JMS, Dec 3 (Th) JLA

John Young, Instructor

Judson Learning Academy (JLA)

Judson Middle School-Bldg B (JMS)