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1 Park City School District Community Education Fall 2018 SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER Enrich, Learn, Create, Connect

2 Welcome! Life is a non-stop learning experience. Our classes help you develop new skills and talents for work or pleasure. We guarantee that our professional teachers, reasonable prices, and solid content will work well for you. Learn something new today and meet others in our community who share your interests. We always want your feedback and suggestions. Contact us by phone, or in person, and let us know how we can improve. Todd Klarich, Director of Community Education Contact me at Jane Toly, Leisure Learning Coordinator Contact me at Abbreviations Used in Course Descriptions: EHMS: Ecker Hill Middle School at 2465 West Kilby Rd. JRES: Jeremy Ranch Elementary School at 5060 Rasmussen Rd. MPES: McPolin Elementary School at 2270 Kearns Blvd. PCAC: Park City Aquatic Center at 2465 West Kilby Rd. PCHS: Park City High School at 1750 Kearns Blvd. PCLA: Park City Learning Academy at 2400 Kearns Blvd. PPES: Parley s Park Elementary School at 4600 N. Silver Springs Dr. TSES: Trailside Elementary School at 5700 Trailside Dr. TMJH: Treasure Mountain Junior High at 2530 Kearns Blvd. Trailside Park at 5715 Trailside Dr. (Across from TSES) Range Pilates Studio at 2064 Prospector in the Poison Creek Building Red Flower Studios at 1755 Bonanza Drice Unit C Page 2 Chart Your Course! C o m p u t e r W o r k s h o p s Google Drive & Docs Understand the difference between Google Drive and Google Docs. Create, convert and organize a variety of file types. Work with documents, slideshow presentations, forms, spreadsheets, drawings and templates. Sync your files to your computer and share them with others. Laptops are available for class use or you can bring your laptop to class. Tue. Oct. 16 ipad Basics New to ipad? Learn to quickly navigate your ipad by finding out what buttons, gestures and multitasking can do. Check out typing tricks along with dictation helps. Organize your apps directly on the ipad or via itunes. Find out about the App Store and the Notification Center. Bring your ipad to class, fully charged. Thur. Nov. 1 Table of Contents Adult Leisure Courses Page 2-7 Aquatic Center Page Adult High School Page 14 After School Camps Page Cool School Break Camp Page 8 Community Non-Profit Focus Page 11 Plus check out our online courses at See back page for more information regarding online classes with ed2go. ipad 101 Go beyond the basics and find out how your Apple ID ties together your itunes, App Store and icloud backups. Manage your icloud backups and sync contact and calendar info across multiple devices. Learn why an icloud backup might not be enough and when to backup to a computer. Bring your ipad to class, fully charged. Tue. Nov. 13 ipad 102 Maximize the power of your ipad by learning to create documents, slideshows and spreadsheets. Practice connecting to a television or projector via Airplay to share presentations, photos and videos. Share photos via Photostream and read books or magazines through a wide variety of apps. Bring your ipad to class, fully charged. Thur. Nov. 15 ESL Classes Ed2go Online Courses Back Page Back Page Good Neighbors Page 14 Private Music Lessons Page 10 Registration Information Page 15 Youth Classes Page 8-10 Mac Essentials 101 If you are new to Mac, this class is for you. Learn to use Finder to organize documents, pictures and music. Discover how Preferences helps you customize your Desktop, Dock and Display and why it is the go-to spot for Internet connection problems and icloud control. Use Launchpad and Mission Control to quickly open applications and switch between screens. Laptops are available for class use or you can bring your own Mac laptop to class. Tue. Nov. 6 Mac Essentials 102 Make your Mac work for you. Learn how Spotlight can help you locate documents, pictures and music similar to a Google Search. Organize your photo and music chaos with iphoto and itunes. Visit the App Store to discover new software for your Mac. Set up Safari, Chrome and Firefox to easily find your favorite places on the Internet. Laptops are available for class use or you can bring your own Mac laptop to class. Thur. Nov. 8

3 C omputer Workshops Microsoft Excel 101 Need to work with numbers efficiently? Learn to format cells, columns and rows, use functions and formulas for calculations, and build a graph for data display. Duplicate and rename worksheets for multiple months. Tie it all together with functions and charts in a yearly summary. Windows 7/MS Office Suite 2010 format. Laptops are available for class use or you can bring your laptop to class. Tues. Oct. 9 Microsoft Excel 102 Advance your skills as you work through three separate projects to format data in a table plus sort and filter information. Find Excel templates and learn how to adjust the formulas and formatting to fit your needs. Windows 7/MS Office Suite 2010 format. Laptops are available for class use or you can bring your laptop to class. Thur. Oct. 11 Microsoft Word 101 Get started with the most used word processing software. Learn to use templates to create recipe books, flyers, postcards and newsletters. Discover where all the buttons are in the toolbars and more. Start a list of keyboard shortcuts and find out how to keep adding to it. Learn where to get help when you re stuck. Windows 7/MS Office Suite 2010 format. Laptops are available for class use or you can bring your laptop to class. Tue. Oct. 23 Microsoft Word 102 Do you understand the basics and now need more? Learn to create return address labels and use Mail Merge to create recipient address labels and form letters. Insert graphics and tables into any document as you practice creating a volunteer or employee application. Understand Backstage View and how to set certain references within Word. Windows 7/MS Office Suite 2010 format. Laptops are available for class use or you can bring your laptop to class. Thur. Oct t o 1 C o m p u t e r T u t o r i n g 1 to 1 Computer Tutoring Learn at your own pace 1-on-1 with a professional literally at your side and guiding you at all times. Tutoring is more effective and efficient with customized lessons. We offer private lessons in basic and intermediate computing skills, using programs such as: ipod ipad Apple TV Microsoft Office Excel Outlook Gmail itunes Lessons offered on Thursdays, from 4:00 7:00pm in 1 hour segments. Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Nov. 29 Dec. 6 The instructor is Courtney Dennis Stewart. Cost $79 per hour. Call to schedule your private tutoring at Online Courses - ed2go These instructorfacilitated courses are informative, fun, convenient and interactive. All courses run six weeks so you can learn more in-depth. You can complete any course from your home or office, any time of the day or night. Visit our online courses at Page 3 Fitness Beginners & Beyond Yoga Your choice of sessions. Relax, refresh and re-energize! Yoga is not just a physical practice, it s also a journey of self-discovery and reconnecting. This class is designed for people who have never done yoga before plus anyone who wants a basic yoga practice. Instructor Lisa Ash helps you develop strong foundations, solid alignment and a deeper understanding of the yoga tradition. Bring your mat to class. Mon. Sept. 24 Oct. 22 6:00-7:00pm EHMS $69 Mon. Oct. 29 Nov. 26 6:00-7:00pm EHMS $69 Tai Chi with Wyatt Krajeski Yang style 24 short form. Tai Chi promotes relaxation, flexibility, strength and concentration, plus it is excellent for reducing tension and stress. This course is based on the Yang style 24 short form. Instructor Wyatt Krajeski is a licensed acupuncturist and Park City native who has practiced Tai Chi since No class 10/31, 11/21. Wed. Sept. 26 Nov. 28 5:30 6:30pm PCHS $89 Total Body Sculpt with Cindy Beem Strengthen and define your entire body with this total muscle-conditioning workout. Whether you re looking for an introduction to weights or to spice up your current routine, Total Body Sculpt is for you! The workout concentrates on all major muscle groups using body weight, steps, body bars, medicine balls, tubing, and light dumbbells to provide varying resistance. We promise a total body workout! Join Cindy as she takes you through a variety of training formats including super-setting, combination training, giant sets, and PHA training. This program uses moves that are simple and easy to follow, increases your lean muscle-to-fat ratio, and get the results you are looking for. No class 10/18, 11/21. Tues. & Thurs. Oct. 9 Dec. 6 5:30-6:30pm EHMS $99

4 Fitness Languages Page 4 TEACHING PILATES AND THE GYROTONIC METHOD Pilates Intermediate Reformer Your choice of sessions. Gain a deeper knowledge of the Pilates repertoire now with more time on the reformer. These classes cover basic principles while adding coordination, balance, and strength challenges. Open to those who have familiarity with the Pilates equipment. Class limited to four people per time slot. Classes held at Range Pilates & Gyrotonic Studio. Mon. Oct. 1 Nov. 26 (No class 11/19) 5:00 5:55pm $219 Tue. Oct. 2 Nov. 27 (No class 11/20) 10:00 10:55am $219 Fri. Oct. 5 Nov. 30 (No class 11/23) 10:00 10:55am $219 Mon. Dec. 3 Jan. 28 (No class 12/24, 12/31) 5:00 5:55pm $195 Tue. Dec. 4 Jan :00 10:55am (No class 12/25, 1/1) $195 Fri. Dec. 7 Feb. 1 10:00 10:55am (No class 12/28) $219 Pilates for Your Core Your choice of sessions. Develop amazing abs with Pilates. Redefine your body: improve stamina and posture, balance, muscle tone and definition. Classic Style Pilates (non-equipment) is a perfect complement to cardiovascular exercises or sports and leaves you looking toned, feeling revitalized and moving with ease. Bring a mat to class. Taught by certified Pilates instructors of Range Pilates and Gyrotonic studio. Wednesday evening classes held at Ecker Hill Middle School. Saturday classes held at Range Pilates & Gyrotonic Studio located at 2064 Prospector in the Poison Creek Office Building. Wed. Sept. 26 Nov. 28 6:00 7:00pm (No class 10/3, 11/21) $89 Sat. Oct. 6 Dec. 1 10:00 10:55am (No class 11/24) $119 Sat. Dec. 8 Feb. 2 10:00 10:55am (No class 12/29) $119 Pilates Reformer for 60+ Your choice of sessions. Spend time with your peers while working on strength, balance and coordination. Pilates can help lubricate your joints and ease tension while also being a whole lot of fun! The equipment helps support your body while providing just the right challenges. Class limited to four people per time slot. Classes held at Range Pilates & Gyrotonic Studio. Mon. Oct. 1 Nov :00 10:55am (No class 11/19) $219 Thu. Oct. 4 Nov :00 10:55am (No class 11/22) $219 Mon. Dec. 3 Jan :00 10:55am (No class 12/25, 12/31) $195 Thu. Dec. 6 Jan :00 10:55am (No class 12/27) $219 Pilates Reformer Beginners & Beyond Your choice of sessions. Do you want to learn more about this fabulous piece of equipment people rave about and swear by? Begin by working on basic principles (breath, alignment, flexibility, coordination and core). This class is perfect for those who have never experienced the Pilates equipment or to continue with basic concepts. Classes are limited to four students per time slot and are held at Range Pilates and Gyrotonic Studio. Cost is $219 per time slot. Thur. Oct. 4 Nov. 29 6:00 6:55pm (No class 11/22) Thur. Dec. 6 Jan. 31 6:00 6:55pm (No class 12/27) Water Fitness Classes For a great workout - just add water! Build muscle, improve flexibility and boost stamina. Exercises performed in water create muscle resistance with little or no after-exercise stiffness. No swimming experience is needed to participate. Taught by certified and awesome water fitness instructors. Classes held at Park City Aquatic Center located at 2465 W.Kilby Rd. at Ecker Hill Middle School. Mon. Wed. & Fri 6:45 7:45am (Higher intensity) Mon. Wed. & Fri 8:00 9:00am (Arthritis) Tue. Thur. 8:00 9:00am (Higher intensity) French Conversation with Gwendolyn Lacroix This is a French conversation class for those who speak French and want to continue with more sentence structure, pronunciation and vocabulary through conversation in an informal setting. Instructor Gwendolyn Lacroix is a native speaker. Books for this class are discussed the first night of class. Register early for this popular class! No class 11/21. Wed. Sept. 26 Dec. 5 5:00 6:30pm PCHS $119 Italian 101 * Buongiorno! Whether for business, travel or personal enrichment, Italian 101 is the place to start. This fun class gets you started speaking, reading and understanding Italian. Class includes insights into the Italian culture, regions and history. Instructor Patricia Pendray has a BA in Spanish and Italian from the University of Utah and has been teaching languages for over 17 years. Please plan to purchase and bring the book Practice Makes Perfect Basic Italian ISBN-13: No class 11/21. Mon. & Wed. Oct. 1 Nov. 26 5:00 6:30pm PCHS $159 Spanish 101 * Hola! Whether for business, travel or personal enrichment, Spanish 101 is the place to start. This fun class gets you to start speaking, reading and understanding Spanish. Instructor Patricia Pendray has a BA in Spanish and Italian from the University of Utah and has been teaching languages for more than 16 years. Please plan to purchase and bring the book Practice Makes Perfect Basic Spanish ISBN: No class 11/21. Mon. & Wed. Oct. 1 Nov. 26 3:30-5:00pm PCHS $159 Note: Italian and Spanish classes have been formatted to be progressive throughout the year. For example: Italian 101 and Spanish 101 and 201 continues with Italian 102 and Spanish 102 and 202 in the winter. Spring sessions will be Italian 103 and Spanish 103 and 203. If you wish to begin in the winter or spring sessions or have a question regarding which class is the best fit for you, please let us know.

5 Languages L e i s u r e & M o r e Spanish 201 * This is an intermediate class designed for those who have had some Spanish and want to continue with more verb tenses, vocabulary and conversation. Students learn verbs through TPR and conversing with the instructor and fellow students. Note: Please plan to purchase and bring the book Practice Makes Perfect Verb Tenses ISBN: No class 11/21. Mon. & Wed. Oct. 1 Nov. 26 4:00-5:30pm PCHS $159 Spanish - Conversational This is a conversation class for those who speak Spanish and want to continue with more sentence structure, pronunciation and vocabulary through conversation in an informal setting. No class 11/21. Mon. & Wed. Oct. 1 Nov. 26 5:30-7:00pm PCHS $159 French or Spanish Conversation for Teens (Grades 7-9) This course actively engages students in the target language while striving to instill an appreciation and respect for Spanish or French speaking cultures across the world. By building skills necessary to interact with the world around them and exploring cultures, students continue improving their speaking and listening skills. This is a high-level language course targeted toward students enrolled in the DLI program. French: Wed. Sept Dec. 5 (No class 11/21) 4:00-5:00pm PCHS $99 Spanish: Wed. Sept Dec. 5 (No class 11/21) 4:00-5:00pm PCHS $99 Online Courses - ed2go Need more flexibility to learn a new language? Try our on-line classes! See more at: ed2go.com/pcschools Acoustic Guitar - Beginners or Brush-up (Ages 15 & up) Learn to play chords, rhythms and melodies using the Jeff Lawrence method. Jeff s guitar music curriculum and teaching method gets you playing while having fun in a group setting. No previous guitar knowledge is needed. Bring your acoustic guitar, guitar tuner and a pencil. Students will need to purchase a workbook the first night of class. This 70+ page curriculum shows you step-by-step fast action tools to learn guitar and costs $ Jeff Lawrence has a teaching degree from the Guitar Institute of Technology, an Associate Degree in Music Theory from Lander College and 26 albums on itunes and other music outlets. For more about Jeff, see Tue Oct. 16 Nov. 20 6:30 7:30pm TMJH $99 Jeff Lawrence Acoustic Guitar - Intermediate (Ages 15 & up) Advance your guitar skills in this intermediate course. Learn to play more complex chords, rhythms and melodies. Bring your acoustic guitar, guitar tuner and a pencil. Continuing students must bring their workbook the first night of class or purchase a workbook the first night of class. This 70+ page curriculum shows you step-by-step fast action tools to learn guitar and costs $ Jeff Lawrence has a teaching degree from the Guitar Institute of Technology, an Associate Degree in Music Theory from Lander College and 26 albums on itunes and other music outlets. For more about Jeff, see Tue Oct. 16 Nov. 20 7:30 8:30pm TMJH $99 Art a t t h e P ark D a y t i m e C l a s s e s! Gwen Davis Beginning Drawing Good drawing is the basis of artistic expressions. Learn to see and then to draw what you see. Become aware of line, line quality, shape (positive/negative) tonal values, proportion and perspective. Develop and improve your eye and hand skills. Bring at least an 1 x14 [8o lb. acid-free] sketch pad, drawing pencils [at least a 6H, 2B, & 6B pencil or mechanical pencil] a white or gum eraser, sharpener, ruler and triangular ruler to class. Enjoy visual examples and individual attention from professional and local artist Gwen Davis. Tue Oct :00 11:00am Trailside Park $99 Watercolor Painting All ability levels welcome. Start or continue your beautiful watercolor journey. Gain basic knowledge and take your technique to the next level. Choose your favorite subject, build on your previous skills and learn many ways to work with this exceptional medium. Receive individual attention from professional and local artist, Gwen Davis. See PCSD website for supply list under community section. This class pairs well with Basic Drawing. Tue Oct :00 3:00pm Trailside Park $119 Page 5

6 L e i s u r e & M o r e Be the Best with Holly Flanders Become number one in your field! Discover Holly s secrets that took her from being the slow-poke on the slopes to an Olympic downhill ski racing champion. Discover the 7 decisions that took her from worst to first. Learn what it takes to be the best at what matters most to you, how to get there and why you should aim to be number one! Holly helps you to design a strategic action plan that you can implement immediately to feel empowered, insightful and on the path to reach your most ambitious goals. Thur. Nov :45 7:30pm PCHS $59 Holly Flanders, Olympian and 3-time World Cup ski racing champion, shows organizations and individuals how to discover their talent and achieve their highest aspirations. Holly s home base is Park City where she is writing a book on how to be a peak performer in both business and life, and providing education and products that promote vibrant health through nutrition. When she s not delivering presentations, Holly can be found painting, meditating, mountain biking, and of course, skiing. Fall Gardening & Landscaping The time you invest now caring for your garden and landscape is sure to create a more vibrant and productive spring growing season. Save money by avoiding winter injury and loss. Includes proper pruning techniques with an understanding of tree biology and a live pruning demonstration. Learn why native plants are a natural choice and about dormant seeding. Keith Clapier is an ISA board certified master arborist and expert at high-elevation gardening and landscaping. Tue. Sept. 25 Oct. 16 6:00-8:00pm EHMS $79 Page 6 Holly Flanders Financial Empowerment for Women Explore your relationship with money while learning about traditional personal finance activities through creativity and authenticity. Learn step-by-step to identify what matters, plan for what might get in the way and take steps in the right direction. The instructor is Kathleen Barlow. Kathleen is a local Financial Advisor with Raymond James & Associates. Class cost includes a book valued at $25. Tue. & Thur. Nov :30 7:30pm PCHS $25 Glass Blowing with Red Flower Studios Come in and work hands-on in Park City s only hot Shop glass blowing studio. Join the experienced artists at Red Flower Studios to make an blown glass ornament and one of the following; Breath-Out Breath-in Bowl, Splash, Large Orb or Prayer Bowl. All class sessions meet one Monday in 30-minute sessions between 11:00 am -2:00pm or 5:00 8:00pm at Red Flower Studios located at 1755 Bonanza Drive Unit C. Each session is limited to 2 students each. See the PCSD website for available times and to register. For more information about the studio go to RedFlowerStudios.com. Cost is $75 per 30 minute session. Mon. Nov. 12, 19, 26 or Dec. 3 Daniel Bell of Red Flower Studios Knitting with Pat Ronneburg (Ages 15 & Up) These are not your Grandma s knitting classes. Discover why knitting is as therapeutic as chocolate and wine. The schedule covers beginning to intermediate levels. The instructor is Pat Ronneburg, who learned to knit when she was seven years old and is an award winning knitter and designer. See and click on The Compass logo on the main page for a supply list and a photo of suggested class projects. Knitting - Critters for a Cause Join us for a creative day of giving back! Knit a sweater, cap or scarf for a stuffed animal that will be donated to local law enforcement. Your animal can make a difference by bringing comfort and security to a child who may be going through a traumatic time. Price includes choice of a plush bear, kitty or unicorn. Suggested knitting patterns provided or you can get creative too! Bring your needles and tools and worsted weight yarn from your stash to make your creation super-special! Sat. Oct. 6 10:00am - 2:00pm PCHS $35 Beginning Knitting Earn your learner s permit to knit and enjoy a relaxing and productive new hobby. This class is for those who have never knitted or need a refresher. Topics include all the tools necessary to make scarves, hats and sweaters. Please note that class fees do not include any supplies. All materials can be purchased the first night of class and will be around $20. Mon. Oct :00-8:30pm PCHS $75 Knit a Beanie Hat Knit a beanie and add your own flair to top off many winter looks. Beanies are functional, cute and a hot trend too! Your only prerequisite is that you know how to knit and purl. Techniques taught:, knit in the round, ribbing, joining, cables and decreases and finishing. Check out our new patterns this year that have more intricate cable patterns! Please note that class fees do not include any supplies. Supplies will be dependent on your project choice. Tues. Oct. 30 Nov. 13 6:00-8:30pm PCHS $75

7 L e i s u r e & M o r e National Safety Council CPR / AED The National Safety Council CPR/AED course prepares you to be an emergency responder for choking, breathing and cardiac emergencies. This course covers basic life support for adults, children and infants, as well as proper AED use. Two-year certification. Tue. Oct. 30 6:00-9:00pm PCAC $39 National Safety Council First Aid The National Safety Council First Aid course trains you on bleeding control, injuries, wound care, burns, poisons, and sudden illness. Recognize everyday emergency situations and take appropriate action until professional help arrives. Two-year certification. Thur. Nov. 1 6:00-9:00pm PCAC $39 Utah Rider Ed Basic Rider Course (Ages 16 & Up with valid driver license) This is the best place to start after you ve made the decision to ride, or if you are returning to riding after a long absence. Learn the basics of operating a motorcycle and safety-oriented mental strategies. Motorcycles and helmets are provided for your use. Included are three hours of online classroom instruction and up to ten hours of hands-on riding exercises in a positive and safe environment. Successful completion of this course will waive riding test for Utah Driver License Division. This course takes 1.5 days. Please plan on attending both Saturday 8:00am-6:00pm and Sunday 8:00am-1:00pm. Class size is limited to 10. For more information and to register go to utahridered.com. Cost is $200. Sat. & Sun. Sept Page 7 Reiki 1 st Degree Practitioner Learn to channel Reiki Energy, a light touch therapy from Japan. Reiki Level One begins with an initial attunement process. This process opens you to the Reiki Healing Energy. Once you are attuned to Reiki you can channel the Reiki Energy (Universal Life Force) energy into your physical body and then transfer this energy to others. The energy enters through the crown chakra. It then goes to the heart chakra and out through your hands, via the palm chakras. You receive a Reiki Level One Practitioner certificate after completion. The instructor is Crystal Sacco who has been teaching all levels of Reiki to students for over 6 years. This class pairs well with Reiki 2 nd Degree Practitioner class offered in the afternoon. Sat. Oct. 27 9:00am - 12:00pm PCHS $39 Reiki 2 nd Degree Practitioner Gain the tools for self-empowerment, deeper mindfulness and a stronger connection to our essence. Learn the three powerful healing symbols (Empowerment, Mental/Emotional and Distance/Absent) that support healing, calmness and clarity for yourself and others. Reiki 2 nd level is best for offering healing to those that you cannot touch using the Distant/Absent symbol. You receive a Reiki Level Two Practitioner certificate after completion. The instructor is Crystal Sacco who has been teaching all levels of Reiki to students for over 6 years. Prerequisite: Reiki 1 st Degree Practitioner. Sat. Oct. 27 1:00-4:00pm PCHS $39 Reiki Master Reiki Master training is for those who have completed Reiki 2 nd Degree Practitioner and feel ready to continue with their education and growth. The Reiki Master Level is traditionally considered the teacher's level, a practitioner who has received the energy and knowledge to attune new Reiki practitioners. It is a step further into your own self-discovery and development. Sat. Nov. 3 10:00am - 4:00pm PCHS $79 Voice-Overs: Now is Your Time! You have heard Wendy Shapero on TV! Now hear Wendy live as she illustrates how you can use your speaking voice for commercials, films and videos! Wendy shows you unique ways to cash in on one of the most lucrative full or part-time careers. This is a business that you can handle on your Wendy Shapero own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with practically no overhead! Now is the best time to make this happen as new companies are looking for new voices like never before. This exciting and fun class could be the game changer you've been looking for! Wendy Shapero, a successful voice artist and actor, has been heard on Robot Chicken (with Seth Green), Cartoon Network shows and more! Thur. Nov. 8 6:00-8:00pm PCHS $39 Adult High School PCSD Adult Education helps you earn your high school diploma or prepare to take the GED exam. For more information see page 14. Improve your education and you improve your opportunities and earning power! Registration Information on Page 15

8 YOUTH CLASSES Art Haven - Sprout with Art (Ages 3 ½ - 5) Young artists are exposed to unique and fun art mediums with lessons created to help develop both gross and fine motor skills and to expand their creativity! Historical art content and design concepts are included in each lesson geared for ages preschool through kindergarten, as well as extensions through music and books! Join us for this fun adventure and dress for mess! No class 10/19, 11/23. Fri. Oct. 5 Dec. 7 12:45-1:45pm MPES $129 Babysitting Training (Ages 11 & up) Become a first-class, reliable babysitter. This Red Cross course teaches how to babysit children and infants. Enhance your knowledge of safe and responsible babysitting and develop skills to cope with common emergencies. You receive a Red Cross babysitter s handbook, babysitter s messenger bag and a certificate upon completion valued at $40. Bring snacks and a lunch. Fri. Oct. 26 2:00-8:00pm PCAC $89 Intermediate -Golf for Juniors at Red Ledges Golf Course (Ages 7 & up) This program is for golfers who have previously attended an after school program or are advanced enough for a real golf course. Includes 30 to 45 minutes of instruction and practice time, golf course play in supervised playing groups. Students are responsible for their own transportation to Red Ledges Golf Course located at 205 N Red Ledges Blvd in Heber. Please bring golf equipment if you have it. For more details or questions, call Cost $159 Thur. Sept. 20 Oct. 11 5:00 7:00pm Red Ledges Golf Course Page 8 Junior Golf (Grades K 5) Your choice of sessions. There s more to being a great golfer than swinging a club! This is a Jim McLean Golf School, brought to you by Nate Olson, certified Jim McLean instructor. Kids get an introduction to golf that transitions them step by step through the learning process. Students improve and transition to the golf course when ready. 8:1 student to teacher ratio; all equipment provided. Cost $75. Thur. Sept. 27 Oct. 26 (No class 10/18) 3:15-4:15 pm PPES or Fri. Sept. 28 Oct. 25 (No class 10/19) 12:45-1:45 pm JRES Cool School Break Camp Zany Zombie Zoo (Grades 1 7) A Halloween-themed art fest for little monster-minded Munchkins! Learn how to draw and paint silly, monstrous (but not too scary) and fun-to-the-bone creatures. Make Halloween window art, wacky critter mobiles, glow in the dark posters and more. Instructor Silly Nathan Jarvis uncorks the inner imp in your kid and makes room for some funny-fright imaginary friends! To learn more about Nathan Jarvis visit nathanjarvis.com. Grades 1-3 Thur. & Fri. Oct. 18 & 19 8:30 11:30am TMJH $79 Grades 4-7 Thur. & Fri. Oct. 18 & 19 12:30 3:30pm TMJH $79 Violin Lessons Beginners (Grades K-5) This beginning violin instruction explores musical concepts such as rhythm, tempo, and notation while learning to play a string instrument in a group setting. This class includes instruction, instrument, music and a lot of musical fun! This class meets from 3:45 4:30. Cost $150. TSES Mon. Sept. 24 Nov. 26 JRES Tue. Sept. 25 Nov. 27 PPES Wed. Sept. 26 Dec. 12 (No class 10/31, 11/21) MPES Thur. Sept. 27 Dec. 13 (No class 10/18, 11/22) Violin Lessons Intermediate (Grades K-5) Children continue playing the violin at a faster and more performance-oriented manner than in the beginner classes. Repertoire, practice, and skill development is geared toward a culminating performance with other students. This group class includes instruction, instrument, music and a lot of musical fun! All program sessions meet from 4:30 5:15 pm. Cost $150. TSES Mon. Sept. 24 Nov. 26 JRES Tue. Sept. 25 Nov. 27 PPES Wed. Sept. 26 Dec. 12 (No class 10/31, 11/21) MPES Thur. Sept. 27 Dec. 13 (No class 10/18, 11/22)

9 Off the ChART Art! Art Classes with the Kimball Art Center (Ages 6-11) Come join us for some creative and fun-filled art lessons in drawing, painting, sculpture, mixed media and more! Kids learn skills to build their confidence and imagination in art by developing techniques taught by trained Kimball Art Center instructors while working on inspiring art lessons. This program is for kids who are enthusiastic about art and excited to explore a variety of art media! It is also created for the busy parent who may not be available to drive their art student to the KAC for an art class. Convenience is key! All art materials will be included. Limit of 10 artsy kids. All elementary program sessions meet from 3:15 5:00 pm. Cost $240. FALL: TSES Tue. Sept. 25 Nov. 13 MPES Wed. Sept. 26 Nov. 28 (No class 10/31, 11/21) PPES Thur. Sept. 27 Nov. 29 (No class 10/18, 11/22) Winter / Spring: Session I TSES Tue. Jan Mar. 19 (No class 2/19) MPES Wed. Jan Mar. 20 (No class 2/20) PPES Thur. Jan Mar. 21 (No class 2/21) Winter / Spring: Session II TSES Tue. Apr. 2 - May 28 (No class 4/9) MPES Wed. Apr. 3 May 29 (No class 4/10) PPES Thur. Apr. 4 May 30 (No class 4/11) Registration Information on Page 15 Kids Yoga (Grades K - 5) Join Randi Jo s yoga class that has kids saying I can do it! Yoga encourages children to explore their bodies, hearts and minds. Yoga for kids teaches patience, imagination, focus, flexibility, balance and strength! Children learn to become quiet or energized through exercises and breathwork they can do anywhere. For more information go to Bring a mat. All elementary program sessions meet from 3:15-4:15 pm. Cost is $99. FALL: PPES Mon. Sept. 24 Nov. 12 MPES Tue. Sept. 25 Nov. 13 TSES Wed. Sept. 26 Nov. 28 (No class 10/31, 11/21) JRES Thur. Sept. 27 Nov. 29 (No class 10/18, 11/22) Winter / Spring: Session I PPES Mon. Jan Mar. 25 (No class 1/21, 2/18, 3/18) MPES Tue. Jan Mar. 19 (No class 2/19) TSES Wed. Jan Mar. 20 (No class 2/20) JRES Thur. Jan Mar. 21 (No class 2/21) Winter / Spring: Session II PPES Mon. Apr. 1 - June 3 (No class 4/8, 5/27) MPES Tue. Apr. 2 - May 28 (No class 4/9) TSES Wed. Apr. 3 May 29 (No class 4/10) JRES Thur. Apr. 4 May 30 (No class 4/11) Page 9 Kids & Teen Red Flower Studios Red Flower Studios is the only hot shop blowing glass in Park City. Join the experienced staff to create beautiful works of art in glass and use a plasma torch too! See the PCSD website for available times and to register. For more information about the studio go to RedFlowerStudios.com. Glass Blowing & Plasma Cutting (Ages 10-15) Make an ornament in the color of your choosing and plasma cut a design out of a piece of sheet metal. Classes held at Red Flower Studios located at 1755 Bonanza Drive Unit C. Ornaments are available for pick-up the following Wednesday at Red Flower Studios. All class sessions meet one Saturday from 10:00 am 12:00 pm and are held at Red Flower Studios located at 1755 Bonanza Drive Unit C. Cost is $35 per time slot. Your choice of dates: Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Nov. 1 Nov. 17 Dec. 1 Dec. 15 Glass Hands (Ages 10-18) Start by making a plaster mold of your hand and then fill the plaster mold with studio recycled colored glass. Art pieces available for pick up the next weekend at Red Flower Studios. All class sessions meet one Saturday from 10:00 am 12:00 pm and are held at Red Flower Studios located at 1755 Bonanza Drive Unit C. Cost is $125 per time slot. Your choice of dates: Oct. 13 Nov. 10 Dec. 8 Jan. 12

10 YOUTH CLASSES Have fun learning to dance with poise, develop concentration, memory and balance. Melissa Nester s Dancing Little Stars program teaches Jazz, Tap and Ballet in a child-friendly and fun environment. Your child can also participate in the dance recital at the end of the dance season. Melissa Nester has over 20 years of dance training and has performed professionally. Class will not be held on school closure days. Classes start the second week of September and run through the school year. Students will need tap or ballet shoes, any color is acceptable; however, these need not be purchased immediately. Leotards (any color or style) are acceptable for dance class, but not required. Please see for more information regarding attire. Jazz & Tap for Beginners (Grades K-5) Class time is 3:15-4:15pm. Register with Dancing Little Stars at Cost is $32 per month. Mon. MPES Begins September 10 Tue. JRES Begins September 4 Wed. PPES Begins September 5 Thu. TSES Begins September 6 Ballet & Tap for Beginners (Ages 3-5) Class time is 4:15-5:15pm. Register with Dancing Little Stars at ww.dancinglittlestarsutah.com. Cost is $32 per month. Mon. MPES Begins September 10 Tue. JRES Begins September 4 Wed. PPES Begins September 5 Thu. TSES Begins September 6 Ballet for Beginners (Grades K - 5) All are welcome to join the Friday ballet class. Classes are held at Parley s Park Elementary School. Class time is 12:45-1:45pm. Register with Dancing Little Stars at ww.dancinglittlestarsutah.com. Cost is $32 per month. Fri. PPES Begins September 7 Private Music Lessons (Age: 12* & up) Whether you are looking to expand your expertise on an instrument you already play, or looking to learn an instrument for the first time; private music lessons are for you! Lessons provided on Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Oboe, Bassoon, Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Euphonium, Tuba, Violin, Viola, Cello and Bass. You get 13 private lessons with flexible scheduling. Lessons are 30 minutes in length and scheduling will be completed between the private instructor and the student at the beginning of the session. Invitation to perform in one recital to showcase material learned during private lessons and one master class directly applicable to the student s private lesson curriculum or instrument. Curriculum is modified for each student s individual needs and abilities. Students must provide their own instrument. All lessons are held at Park City High School. Cost: $400 Contact Alison at (435) to check availability and to discuss enrollment options. *Students must complete 6 th grade prior to enrollment. French or Spanish Conversation for Teens (Grades 7-9) This course actively engages students in the target language while striving to instill an appreciation and respect for Spanish or French speaking cultures across the world. By building skills necessary to interact with the world around them and exploring cultures, students continue improving their speaking and listening skills. This is a high-level language course targeted toward students enrolled in the DLI program. French: Wed. Sept Dec. 5 (No class 11/21) 4:00-5:00pm PCHS $99 Spanish: Wed. Sept Dec. 5 (No class 11/21) 4:00-5:00pm PCHS $99 After-School Camps Park City School District After-school program is open to grades K 5. Our goal is to provide the highest quality of after school academic support and enrichment to all students in Park City. We provide a safe and enriching learning environment that helps children develop good character and skills for life. Each day includes snacks, academic, physical and enriching activities with positive and professional adult teachers. The program runs every day that school is in session until 6:00pm. No drop-ins allowed. Registration options: Mon-Thur: 3-6 pm + Fri: 12:30-6 pm Mon-Fri $325/month Mon -Thur $225/month Fri only $125/month Financial assistance available to those who qualify. To check for availability and to register call Alison at After-School YouTheatre (Grades 2-5) Focus is on Theatre vocab and etiquette, theatre games & theatre basics, effective story-telling, voice and movement to create character, costumes and props. Classes are held once per week from 3:15-4:15pm Sept Dec. 13. $200 for Fall Session or $400 for full school year. Mon. Jeremy Ranch Elementary Tues. McPolin Elementary Wed. Trailside Elementary Thur. Parleys Park Elementary For more information and to register or for a complete list of class offerings visit parkcityshows.com/ youtheatre.

11 C o m m u n i t y N o n - P r o f i t F o c u s Timberwolves After School Activities Ecker Hill is very excited to tell you about our afterschool activities we have planned this year. You must sign up to attend. See the EHMS webpage for more information. (Open to Ecker Hill Middle School students only.) TAS (Timberwolves Academic Support) Mon - Thur 3:45-5:00pm Free TAZ (Timberwolves Activity Zone) Mon - Thur. 3:45-5:00pm Free Mondays - Crafts Tuesdays - EATS Thursdays - MESA Open Gym (Basin Rec) Mon & Wed 3:45-5:00 Free Team Sports Tue & Thur 3:45-5:00 Free Activ8 Fri. 1:40 - TBA Fee Based What is TAS? TAS is a program where you can go every Mon Thur or drop-in when you need it. In TAS, you can: Have a safe and supervised environment. Ask questions and receive additional help from caring and dedicated teachers. Strengthen what you learned in class. Develop good study habits and strategies. Organize your time so that you can participate in after school activities. Ride the activity bus home (if bus eligible.) To register, just complete a sign-up sheet and return it to the main office. Sign-up sheets are available in the EHMS main office, library or online on the Ecker Hill Middle School Webpage. Click on Students, then After School Activities. Have questions? Contact Ms. Fike at or her at Homework club begins Mon. Sept. 10 Join us for this free and informative series with the Peace House. Classes held 5:30 6:30 pm. at the Peace House offices located at 1960 Sidewinder Drive, Suite 214. To register, please call Leisa Mukai, at or her at Peace House Awareness (Recognize, Respond, Refer) This class is an overview of Peace House s services and talk about the 3 R s: how to recognize domestic violence, how to respond and support someone if they disclose abuse to you, and where to refer victims. Tues. Nov. 6 Peace House Offices Healthy Relationships This class is a discussion of what we want and need in our relationships for them to be healthy. Our relationships affect every aspect of our well-being. Learn to resolve conflict, set boundaries and have better communications. Tues. Nov.13 Peace House Offices Child Abuse Prevention for Parents & Community Members This class, the focus is on the different types of child abuse and how adults are responsible to keep children safe. Learn common myths about child abuse, the grooming cycle, indicators that a child has been abused, responding to disclosures, reporting laws in Utah, and teaching personal safety to children. This class is great for those working with children ages (0-17). Tues. Nov. 20 Peace House Offices Bystander Intervention Preventing Sexual Violence This class defines sexual assault, rape, consent, coercion. Learn safe ways to intervene in a violent or potentially violent situation. Bystander intervention trainings are meant to give community members skills and empower them to actively take part in keeping our community safe. Tues. Nov. 27 Peace House Offices Page 11 Communication Skills for Parents of Teenagers Good communication is not necessarily associated with teenagers! Cell phones and other technology have made it even more challenging to have conversations with your teen. Learn clear-cut tips and skills to help bridge the communication gap so you and your teen are able to talk about anything. Wed. Nov. 28 6:00-9:00pm PCHS $25 Conflict Resolution Workshop Learn new skills in how to manage, resolve, or prevent, conflict. Everyone faces occasional conflicts with current partners, divorced spouses co-parenting children, teenage kids, co-workers, and neighbors. Experienced mediators from Mountain Mediation Center show you ways to effectively deal with conflict and provide you with specific tools such as: Engaging in active listening, asking effective questions, Reframing issues (restating comments to advance a dialogue). Identifying positions versus interests, Managing stress during difficult conversations. For those interested in helping others resolve conflicts more peacefully, this course also introduces a variety of forms of alternative dispute resolution including: mediation, conflict coaching, circle dialogues and other restorative practices. For more information, see mountainmediation.center or contact Wed. Oct. 10 6:00-9:00pm PCHS $25 Chart Your Course! Registration Information on Page 15

12 Fall 2018 Park City Aquatic Center ( ) W. Kilby R d. ( at Ecker Hill Middle School) Lap Swim Mon, Wed & Fri 6:00 am - 2:00 pm Tue & Thur 6:00 am - 9:30 am and 7:30-9:00 pm Fri 7:30-9:00 pm Sat & Sun Noon - 4:00 pm Open Swim Tue & Thur Sat & Sun 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Private lessons available for all ages! Please call (435) to register or for more information. Swimming Lessons for Kids Sessions run 4 weeks on Tues. and Thurs. evenings. Lessons for all ages and abilities are taught throughout the year. Lessons are 30 minutes per class. Please check out the website at for more specific times and registration. $49 per session. Tues. & Thurs. evenings. 5:00-8:00 pm Session 9 Sept Oct. 11 Session 10 Oct Nov. 15 Note: Session 9 registration opens on Sept. 4 at 8:00pm and session 10 registration opens at 8:00pm on Oct. 11. Adult / Triathlon Swimming This class is geared for beginner through intermediate swimmers who wish to improve their swimming efficiency. The focus is on freestyle swimming for exercise or to compete in a triathlon. Instructor is Marcel Vifian. Please check out the website at for more specific times and registration. $49 per session. Tues. & Thurs. evenings. 7:30-8:00 pm Session 9 Sept Oct. 11 Session 10 Oct Nov. 15 Note: Session 9 registration opens on Sept. 4 at 8:00pm and session 10 registration opens at 8:00pm on Oct. 11. Tiny Tot Swim Time Bring your little ones (up to age 4) to the little pool every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. It s a quiet time to enjoy the pool. Use the new fish-shaped slide! Children must have an adult with them at all times. Cost $4 per day. Page 12 Prices Open & Water 20 Pass 20 Pass Lap Swim Fitness Lap Water Fitness Adult $5.00 $6.00 $80.00 $90.00 Senior $4.00 $5.00 $70.00 $80.00 Youth $4.00 $4.00 $60.00 N/A Children 3 years and under are free! Masters Swim $5.00 drop in or $45.00 for 10 punch pass Annual Passes $250 Individual pass for lap or open swim $225 Senior Individual lap or open swim $275 Senior H2O Fitness $325 Senior lap and H2O Fitness $350 Individual pass for lap and H2O Fitness $450 Family pass for lap and open swim $550 Family pass for lap, open swim and H2O Fitness Very Important Dates September through January Oct. 5 PCS Swim Meet Closed at 2:00pm Oct. 6 PCS Swim Meet Closed Oct Fall Recess Open Swim 1:00-3:00pm Oct. 26 Spook n Swim 6:30-8:00pm Nov. 22 Thanksgiving Closed Dec. 1 PCHS Invite Meet Closed Dec. 24 Christmas Eve Noon - 4:00pm Dec. 25 Christmas Closed Dec Holiday Hours Open Swim 1:00-3:00pm Jan. 1 New Years Day Closed Water Fitness Classes For a great workout - just add water! Build muscle, improve flexibility and boost stamina. Exercises performed in water create muscle resistance with little or no after-exercise stiffness. No swimming experience is needed to participate. Taught by certified and awesome water fitness instructors. M, W & F 6:45 to 7:45 am (Higher intensity) M, W, & F 8:00 to 9:00 am (Arthritis) T, Th 8:00 to 9:00 am (Higher intensity) Water Babies & Mom Swim Time Enjoy playing in the small, warm pool with your child (up to age 4). The swimming instructor is in the water and guides your play experiences so that everyone is more comfortable. Get creative ideas on how to maximize your play time. This is a drop-in class; no registration needed. Fridays, 9:30-10:00am. Cost $5 per day.

13 Fall 2018 Park City Aquatic Center ( ) W. Kilby R d. ( at Ecker Hill Middle School) Come join the best youth sports team around and see if you have what it takes to be the next Michael Phelps or Katie Ledecky! PCS, Park City Swimming, is a year-round competitive swim team sanction USA swimming. We cater to youth swimmers from age Our professionally certified coaches provide quality instruction in a fun, safe and exciting environment where each swimmer can pursue their ultimate goals and dreams. We have swimmers that are just starting their journey into competitive swimming to those that are pursuing Olympic trials. PCS is one of the most successful clubs in Utah and western US. Our swimmers learn valuable lifelong skills, as well as the most up to date training and racing methodologies. All interested swimmers will need to complete a try out to be a part of PCS. Please visit the team website for the dates of upcoming tryouts. More information, please check out or Birthday parties at the pool Your party will be extra fun at our swimming pool. The weather is always good and the water is always warm. Enjoy our small pool (3-4 feet deep) and our large pool (5-13 feet deep) plus our low and high diving boards! Everyone will have a blast swimming and playing in the water during our open swim time. When you re done in the pool, your group gets private use of our party room where you can open presents and enjoy your refreshments. The room is decorated with streamers and balloons. For more information or reservations, please call (435) Learn to Scuba! Learn scuba diving or get a scuba certification to turn your vacations into adventures, exploring the underwater world. Call PADI Master Scuba Dive Trainer Marc Larson at (714) 851-DIVE or For more information see CDScuba.com. Park City Water Polo Team You watched it in the Olympics Now come give it a try! Park City Water Polo is a USA Water Polo sanctioned competitive club dedicated to teaching young athletes the fundamentals of water polo, and developing players' skills, fitness, and game sense toward advanced levels of play. Fall practice times are Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6:30 pm. For more information please visit our website or us at Indoor PC SUP Yoga & PC SUP Fit with Park City Stand-up Paddleboarding. All levels welcome! Gain balance, flexibility and strength through this great program. Your workout should be fun and challenging! All classes are done floating on a stand-up paddleboard. Classes include the use of a board. Space is limited you can register in advance to guarantee your spot. Use the code PCSUPDEAL at checkout and class is just $10! More information, class schedule and registration is at For questions not answered on the website, please call Spook N Swim Join us for a haunted house, swimming & fun! Fri. Oct. 26 6:30-8:00 pm PCAC $10 Wear you swim suit and get spooky with us. Get bags of treats and have a howling good time. No pre-registration required. Children under 9 must be accompanied by a swimming adult. Page 13

14 Good Neighbors Program Empowering Others, Building Community The Good Neighbors Program is seeking volunteers to tutor and students who would like individual help. Volunteer to Tutor Help ADULT English language learners or adults with limited literacy develop skills and confidence to live and thrive in our community. Tutor Conversational English, English grammar, reading and/or writing. Morning, afternoons, evenings, or weekend sessions are available. Time commitment is approx. 3-4 hours per week. Why Volunteer? Help build our community Gain professional teaching experience Augment your resume Broaden your horizons Flexible schedule times Connect with your neighbors Help people gain important skills English Tutoring Help Students This is a 1 to 1 Program for adults. Work with a tutor at your own pace! Conversational English, English grammar, reading and/or writing. Apply now to be matched with a tutor. Morning, afternoons, evenings, or weekend sessions are available. Tutoring sessions are about 2 hours per week with flexible scheduling. Contact Information: under Community, Good Neighbors. PCSD Community Education, (435) Good Neighbors is a partnership with the Park City Library, Summit County Library and the Christian Center of Park City. Page 14 Adult High School PCSD Adult Education helps you earn your high school diploma or prepare to take the GED exam. Location: Park City Learning Academy located at 2400 Kearns Blvd. Enter through the west doors located in the back of the building. Cost: $40 per year. Starts September 4 and continues through June - except on holidays and school breaks. Days: Tuesday and Thursday. Times: open from 5:00-8:00 p.m. Registration: Register on any evening of the program, in person at the school. Earn credit or prepare for the GED test. We also have an on-line program so you can work at home, after you have completed 12 hours at school. Offered in both English and Spanish. For more information see under community, Adult Education or call Improve your education and you improve your opportunities and earning power! Get your diploma with us! Important Message Regarding Child Safety Park City School District does not assume responsibility for any child dropped off unattended. Please check with the instructor to make sure the class schedule has not changed before leaving your child at a facility. Please pick up your child promptly after the class. In case of emergencies, contact the Park City School District at (435) or at the Aquatic Center at (435) Safe School Policy Park City School District s Community Education programs comply with the Safe Schools Policy # Participants in violation of this policy may be excluded from participation. Copies of this policy are available at or in the Park City School District office. Notice of Non-Discrimination Park City School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Todd Klarich, Director, Community Education Kearns Blvd. Park City, Utah Reasonable Accommodation Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities. Please notify Jennifer Slade at (435) ext of your request in advance.

15 Register Now! Don t Miss Your Opportunity! 5 Easy and Fast Registration Options! Online: 1. Go to 2. Click on Community Ed 3. Click on Compass / Leisure Learning 4. Click on View Catalog and Register On-line By Phone: Call In Person Noon - 4:00 pm Park City School District Office Jane Toly - Community Education 2700 Kearns Blvd. Park City, UT By (Must include Visa, MC, American Express or Discover number.) By Mail: Remit registration form below to: PCSD Community Education, Attention: Jane Toly, 2700 Kearns Blvd., Park City, UT Park City School District Community Education 2700 Kearns Boulevard Park City, Utah * * (click on Community ) Refund Policy Full refunds are given upon request if received more than one business day before class start date. 50% will be refunded if the cancellation is made one business day or on the class start date or after the class has met once. No refund will be made after the class has met twice. We want you to like our programs! If you are not satisfied with the quality of the program, full credit will be given to you for another Park City School District Community Education class. Please contact Jane Toly within one week of the class end date to get full credit and give us another chance. Your satisfaction is important to us. Remit registration form to: PCSD Community Education, Attention: Jane 2700 Kearns Blvd, Park City UT (Duplicate form as needed for multiple registrations.) Class desired: Class day/date/time: Name of participant: Age/Grade (if child): Name of parent/guardian: Address: City / zip code: Home telephone: Other telephone: (This is important to have and is not used for any other purpose than to correspond with you about your class. You will receive an giving you directions to the class and other helpful information.) Payment methods: Credit Cards / Check / Cash Please make checks payable to: PCSD Community Education. If we receive a notice of Insufficient Funds, PCSD will charge a $20 fee to reprocess the check. If a second Insufficient Funds notice is received, another $20 fee will be charged and a cash payment will be required. Class confirmation: A minimum number of students is required to carry every class. If a sufficient number of students do not register, you will be notified and your fees refunded. Consider yourself enrolled unless you are notified that the class is filled or cancelled. Further questions? Contact Jane at the PCSD Community Education office at (435) or Page 15

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