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NOVEMBER 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.

(Min 8/Max 20)

Class meets Thurs.

4:00-5:15 p.m. for 6 weeks $49

Sess 1:

Jan 21, 28, Feb 4, 11, 18, &

Feb 25

Sess 2:

Mar 3, 10, 24, 31, Apr 7, & 14

(no class Mar 17)

Sess 3:

Apr 21, 28, May 5, 12, 19, & 26

Bonnie Anderson, Teacher

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:

Feb 2, 9, 16, 23,

Mar 1 & 8

Sess 2:

Apr 5, 12, 19, 26, May 3, & 10

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 ad-

vanced 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:

Feb 2, 9, 16, 23,

Mar 1 & 8

Sess 2:

Apr 5, 12, 19, 26, May 3, & 10

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:

Feb 2, 9, 16, 23,

Mar 1 & 8

Sess 2:

Apr 5, 12, 19, 26,

May 3, & 10

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

CRAFTS & HOBBIES

TEXAS ADVANCE DIRECTIVES

CPR, FIRST AID,

AARP DRIVER SAFETY

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

Jan 7 (Th), Jan 19 (T), Feb 3 (W)

Feb 16 (T), Mar 3 (Th), Mar 22 (T)

Apr 4 (M), Apr 27 (W), May 2 (M)

May 18 (W)

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 emer-

gency because of job responsibilities

or regulatory 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

Jan 13 (W), Jan 28 (Th), Feb 9 (T)

Feb 22 (M), Mar 7 (M), Mar 30 (W)

Apr 14 (Th)

Rod Jensen, Instructor

Judson Middle School – B Bldg.

AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM

In this refresher course AARP mem-

bers & non-members, veteran drivers

will learn defensive driving tech-

niques, new traffic laws & rules of the

road. Drivers learn how to compen-

sate 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 reduc-

tion 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 member-

ship card. If you have special needs,

please let us know when registering.

The building is handicap accessible

thru south doors. Online registration

is not available for this course. Call

619-0426 to reserve seat.

Meets for one session

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

Mar 9 (W)

May 11 (W)

Roy Ball, Instructor

Judson Middle School – Bldg B

how to wisely use a credit card online. Learn terms

like: phishing, secure web site, encryption, etc. This

class will make sure your “security quotient” is up to

par. (Min 4/Max15)

Meets once from 6-8:30 pm $29

Sess 1:

Feb 23 (T)

Sess 2:

Mar 7 (M)

Sess 3:

Mar 10 (Th)

Sess 4:

May 5 (Th)

Ryane Smith, Instructor

Judson Middle School, Bldg. B

SOCIAL MEDIA 101

Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter.  There’s so

much to keep up with & so little time.  Social media

has made an impact & you haven’t been able to

get up to date on just how to use it.  This beginner’s

course in social media applications will get you up to

speed.  All questions regarding Facebook, Instagram,

Twitter & LinkedIn will be answered. Ms. Smith will

give you a deeper understanding on how to use

social media for its full affect & application.  Come

join us! (Min4/Max10

Meets for 2 classes pm $49

Afternoon Class 1-3:00 pm

Sess 1:

Feb 1 & 2

Sess 2:

Feb 3 & 4

Evening Class 6-8:00 pm

Sess 1:

Mar 8 & 9

Sess 2:

May 3 & 4

Ryane Smith , Instructor

Judson Middle School, Bldg. B – rear entrance

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SEW YOUR OWN CLOTHES

Ages 8 - Adults

This class will guide you through measuring,

cutting, making patterns to fit your body style, &

designing an outfit made with a pattern to fit you.

Designing and making your own fashion clothes

will be exciting! 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 as time allows for the

class. For ages 8 & up.

Meets Mon for 6 classes 6:30-8:30 p.m. — $74

Sess 1:

Jan 25, Feb 1, 8, 22, 29, & Mar 7

(no class Jan 15)

Sess 2:

Apr 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, & 9

Raquel Castillo, Instructor

Judson Middle School Bldg B

Living Wills, Medical Power of Attorney, Out of

Hospital DNR, Etc.

This class will teach participants about Texas

Advance Directives. You will learn documents that

may be required in a medical emergency situation

for anyone 18 years or older. Come learn about this

before the need arises and then it is too late. Stu-

dents will be able to complete these documents in

class & notarization of class documents is included

in the cost of the class. At the end of the course,

students will be provided with a folder containing

their completed original documents. (The instructor

is a notary and other documents can be notarized

at the end of class fee of $5 payable to instructor for

documents brought in by students).

Meets Thurs. 3 times from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. $89

Sess 1:

Apr 7, 14, & 21

Sess 2:

May 12, 19, & 26

Instructor: Sabrina Allen, MBA, LCSW, FAPA

Judson Middle School – B Bldg.

OUR MILITARY KIDS

Our Military Kids provides substantial support in the form of grants to the children of National Guard and Military Reserve personnel who are currently

deployed overseas as well as the children of Wounded Warriors in all branches. The grants from Our Military Kids pay for participation in sports, fine

arts, tutoring programs, drivers’ education, Community Education classes that nurture children while a parent is serving our country or recovering from

injury.

For information, visit

http://www.ourmilitarykids.org

or call 703-734-6654