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NOVEMBER 2014
ADVERTORIAL -
JUDSON I SD
SING ALONG GUITAR LESSONS –
BEGINNERS
Ages 6 & Up
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 will teach you
how to tune your guitar. Accompany
yourself with chords and learn how to
play this popular instrument. 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. $70
Sess 1:
Jan 27, Feb 3, 10, 17, 24, &Mar 3
Sess 2:
Apr 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, & 12
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
PIANO LESSONS
FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 1
Ages 6 - 12
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 recommended that they
practice at least ½ to 1 hour per day.
Bring your keyboard to class. (Min5/
max.10)
Tuesdays for 6 classes 6:45-7:45 p.m. $70
Sess 1:
Jan 27, Feb 3, 10, 17, 24, &Mar 3
Sess 2:
Apr 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, & 12
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
PIANO LESSONS
FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 1
Age 13 – Adults
Have you always wanted to play the
piano? You are never too old to learn!
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 students to develop their skills
at playing the piano, it is recommended
that they practice at least ½ to 1 hour
per day. Bring your keyboard to class.
(Min5/max.10)
Tuesdays for 6 classes
8:00 – 9:00 p.m. $70
Sess 1:
Jan 27, Feb 3, 10, 17, 24, &Mar 3
Sess 2:
Apr 7, 14, 21, 28, May 5, & 12
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
PIANO LESSONS
FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 2
Ages 6 - 12
This class is a continuation of the Level
1 Piano for Beginners class. Students
will continue to build the skills they
learned in Level 1. They will continue
with treble clef and base clef. They
will continue to progress into more
advanced lessons to include sharps &
flats. It is recommended that students
practice at least ½ to 1 hour per day to
receive the full benefit of the lessons.
Bring your keyboard to class. (Min. 5/
max.10)
Weds. for 6 classes 6:00-7:00 p.m. $70
Sess 1:
Jan 28, Feb 4, 11, 18, 25, &Mar 4
Sess 2:
Apr 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6, & 13
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
PIANO LESSONS
FOR BEGINNERS – LEVEL 2
Age 13 – Adults
This class is a continuation of the
Level 1 Piano for Beginners class.
Students will continue to build the
skills they learned in Level 1. They
will continue with treble clef and
base clef. They will continue to
progress into more advanced les-
sons to include sharps & flats. It is
recommended that students practice
at least ½ to 1 hour per day to receive
the full benefit of the lessons. Bring
your keyboard to class. (Min. 4/
max.10)
Weds. for 6 classes 7:15-8:15 p.m. $70
Sess 1:
Jan 28, Feb 4, 11, 18, 25, &Mar 4
Sess 2:
Apr 8, 15, 22, 29, May 6, & 13
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
SOLAR ENERGY & HOME I MP ROVEMENT DO I T YOUR S E L F WORK SHOP S
C R A F T S & H O B B I E S
P R O F. D E V E L O P ME N T
ME D I C A R E
BEADED WALL CROSS
Design your own Beaded Wire Cross.  This is a
great home decor accent created by you with
wire and beads.  This could be the focal point
of your wall of crosses.  Beads, semi-precious,
pearls, & crystals come together to criss-cross onto
a wire base adding pizzazz to any room.  Kits in-
clude all beads and wire to complete project.  Tools
provided for class.  A kit fee of $25-$35 is payable to
instructor, Suzette Palayo at class. (Min./Max.)
Meets one session from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. - $29
Feb 18 (Wed)
Apr 15 (Wed)
Suzette Pelayo, Teacher
Judson Learning Academy
SEW YOUR OWN CLOTHES
This class will guide you through measuring, cut-
ting, patterns, & designing an outfit made with a
pattern to fit you. Bring to class: thread, scissors,
needles, straight pins, pin cushion, tissue paper,
ruler, measuring tape, 3 yards material for a pair
of pants & portable sewing machine. Additional
projects will be completed. For ages 8 & up.
Meets Mon for 6 classes 6:30-8:30 p.m..- $74
Sess 1:
Jan 12, 26, Feb 2, 9, 16 & 23 (no class Jan 19)
Sess 2:
Mar 2, 16, 23, 30, Apr 6 & 13 (no class Mar 9)
Sess 3:
Apr 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, Jun 1 (no class
May 25)
Raquel Castillo, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
CARDIOPULMONARY
RESUSCITATION (CPR)
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT 
FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDER
American Heart Association
Save the life of a friend or family mem-
ber. Course covers:
- CPR for adult, child, and infant includ-
ing two-rescuer
- Bag valve mask and pocket mask
- Foreign body airway obstruction
(conscious and unconscious)
- Automatic external defibrillation (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 American
Heart Assoc. guidelines.
One session, 6:00-10:00 p.m.
$40 per person
Jan 8 (Th), Jan 27 (T), Feb 11 (W), Feb 23
(M), Mar 5 (Th), Mar 18 (W), Apr 9 (Th),
Apr 28 (T), May 13 (W), May 28 (Th), Jun
4 (Th), Jun 15 (M)
Rod Jensen, Instructor
Judson Middle School Bldg B
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, medical
emergencies, injury emergencies and
environmental emergencies.
- How to manage illness and injuries
during the first fewminutes of an emer-
gency 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 DaycareWorkers
- 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
Jan 14 (W), Feb 5 (Th), Feb 19 (Th)
Mar 23 (M), Apr 15 (W), May 5 (T)
Jun 9 (T)
Rod Jensen, Instructor
Judson Middle School – B Bldg.
AARPDRIVER 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 knowwhen registering. The build-
ing is handicap accessible thru south
doors. Online registration is not available
for this course. Call 619-0426 to reserve
seat.
Meets Wed for one session
9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Jan 14, Apr 8, July 8, Oct 21
Roy Ball, Instructor
Judson Middle School – Bldg B
THE FUNDAMENTALS OF SUPERVISORS & SUPER-
VISION
This training program is designed to provide the
participants with practical knowledge of the
principal roles and responsibilities of supervisors
and the key components of effective supervision.
Through lecture, classroom booklets, role play,
group discussion, and media slides the participants
will strengthen existing leadership skills and build
new ones by gaining a better understanding of
supervisors and supervision. This class is ideal for
new supervisors, anyone seeking to strengthen their
leadership skills, or anyone aspiring to become a
supervisor. (Min 7/Max25)
Meets Mon. for 6 classes 6-8:00 pm $99
Sess 1:
Feb 9, 16, 23, Mar 2, 16 & 23 (no class Mar 9)
Sess 2:
Apr 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, & 18
Ralph Ramirez, Instructor
Judson Middle School, Bldg B
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.
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
Feb 3 (T) JLA, Mar 5 (Th) JMS
Apr 8 (W) JMS, May 4 (M) JLA
John Young, Instructor
Judson Learning Academy (JLA)
Judson Middle School-Bldg B (JMS)
SOLAR ENERGY BENEFITS
You may have been considering going
solar for years and had reservations
from past information or financing. Join
this class to learn the facts and dispel
common myths & updates on recent
changes in the solar markets. Whether
you may be interested in reducing your
energy bill, or reducing your carbon
footprint or maybe both, let Mario
Castanares introduce how solar works
and how to maximize your rebates
for purchasing your solar equipment.
You will receive a workshop pen &
brochure, along with a solar proposal.
(Min 10/ Max 20)
Meets 6:30-7:30pmonce $10 per person
or $15 per couple
Jan 28 (W) JMS, Feb 26 (Th) JLA
Mario Castanares, Instructor
JudsonMiddle School, Bldg B (JMS)
Judson Learning Academy (JLA)
COMPUTER-BASED LANDSCAPE
DESIGN FOR HOME OR OFFICE
Techno Green Design, a low-tech ap-
proach utilizing personal computers and
landscape design principles for home or
office landscape design and planning.
This course is an introduction to land-
scaping design for residential and small
commercial. Learn to plan and select
plants according to your lawn and garden
needs using a personal computer either
by scanned survey plan, digital photos,
and/or drawing software. The various
topics will include: 1.) Landscape Design
Concepts; 2.) Regional plant material; 3.)
Site Analysis of your lawn and garden.
Instructor Mario Castanares will provide
valuable handouts, landscape shareware
software and resources for re-designing
your home design or office landscape
fromhis past and present designing
experiences in landscape design. There
is a $20 materials fee due to instruc-
tor to cover the cost of CD software &
manual that students receive to take
home. Students should bring photos or
digital photos of landscape they plan to
re-design. (Min 9/ Max 15)
Meets 6:00-9:00 pmonce
$25 per person
Mar 16 (M) JMS, Apr 30 (Th) JMS
Mario Castanares, Instructor
JudsonMiddle School, Bldg B (JMS)
WHERE’SMY HAMMER?
If you are not a professional craftsman,
howdo you knowwhich hammer is right
for which job? Did you know there are
actually many different types of ham-
mers and eachwith a special purpose?
Choosing the right hammer will pay off in
the long run by doing a better job faster
and safer. Each student receives a com-
prehensivewrittenmanual to take home
alongwith helpful information and tips.
Meets from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. $20
Jan 14 (W)
Nora Chavez, Instructor
JudsonMiddle School-Bldg B
DO I USE NAILS OR SCREWS?
There is seemingly nothing complicated
about a nail or a screw; many aremis-
used due to improper sizing. Therefore,
determining the correct nail and screw
sizes is essential for the success of your
project. Each student receives a com-
prehensivewrittenmanual to take home
alongwith helpful information and tips.
Meets from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. $20
Jan 28 (W)
Nora Chavez, Instructor
JudsonMiddle School-Bldg B
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