FALL/WINTER REGISTRATION 2013

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1 FALL/WINTER REGISTRATION 2013 TO REGISTER: ENROLLMENT IN ALL CLASSES IS LIMITED...PLEASE ENROLL EARLY!! * Complete registration form. * Enclose proper tuition for each activity. Tuition must accompany registration. * Call for phone registration with Visa or MasterCard. * Some classes require additional costs which covers materials and textbooks used in class. * Checks should be made payable to Berkeley County Adult Education. * Complete registration form, come in or mail with tuition to: BERKELEY COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION 206 LUTZ AVENUE, MARTINSBURG, WV If you are not notified your registration has been accepted, check dates carefully and report to class on the first scheduled night. * Registrations for classes will be accepted up to one week prior to start date. * Credit is NOT given for classes not attended. * *NEW* : Tuition fees must accompany registration and all refund requests must be received 1 week prior to start of class. * A $10 service fee will be accessed on all classes canceled by the participant Adult & Community Education Classes will be canceled or adjusted: * When day school has been closed due to inclement weather or other emergencies. * When inclement weather occurs during the evening. * On legal or school holidays. * If a begin date for a class is a holiday or snow day classes will begin the following week, same day and time or the class will be extended to meet the requirements of the class. In cooperation with Blue Ridge Community College many of our classes qualify for third party credit and will be added to a student s transcript as pass/fail credit. Students, who wish to have third party credits evaluated for a specific course of study, must see their advisor. Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 1

2 ON-LINE SEWING/CONSTRUCTION Non sewers, beginners, intermediate, and advanced sewers, are welcome, to learn how to sew from the Master Tailor-Designer Eric W. Stiles, Sr., former top Supervisor and Head Tailor-Fitter for Giorgio Armani, Polo Ralph Lauren and others. Mr. Stiles has more than 35 years of professional experience. He will teach you how to correctly use a thimble and needle and you will begin your first of 3 hand stitches: overcast, baste and the halfback stitches. No sewing experience is required. Materials list will be provided on the first day of class. (Supplies are not included in the price of the course). You will need a sewing machine at home. For more information visit his website at ewsacademy.org or him at SEWING - CONSTRUCTION DATES 8 sessions Fee: $96 CLASS CODE: 100 Monday, September 9, 16, 23, 30 Monday, October 7, 14 Friday, October 11, 18 PANT PATTERN DRAFTING DATES 8 sessions Fee: $96 CLASS CODE: 101 Monday, September 9, 16, 23, 30 Monday, October 7, 14 Friday, October 11, 18 SHIRT PATTERN DRAFTING DATES 8 sessions Fee: $96 CLASS CODE: 102 Monday, September 9,16,. 23, 30 Monday, October 7, 14 Friday, October 11, 18 SKIRT PATTERN DRAFTING CLASS 8 sessions Fee: $96 Monday, September 9, 16, 23, 30 Monday, October 7, 14 Friday, October 11, 18 All registrations are completed through Adult & Community Education CLASS CODE 100 Questions regarding classes should be directed to Mr. Stiles at the address above. DISCOVER WV OUTDOORS WEST VIRGINIA IS HOME TO SOME OF THE MOST BEAUTI- FUL SCENERY AND UNIQUE ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVI- TIES IN THE UNITED STATES In this class, you will explore the many ways you can enjoy West Virginia Outdoors. Whether you have lived in WV your whole life or are a new resident to the state, the information shared in this class will identify outstanding destinations and activities of interest to you. We will explore four websites that will acquaint you with opportunities to discover and plan many exciting activities of interest to you. There is something for everyone. From full service resorts, secluded cabins, campgrounds, and wilderness camping exciting recreational activities; you can have all this and more. During the class participants are welcome to share information about interesting places to go while traveling the Mountain State. Brochures and other materials about travels in West Virginia will be provided. CLASS CODE 200 SEPTEMBER 12 THURS. 7:00-9:00 PM ONE CLASS C. DIXON, INSTRUCTOR TUITION: $10 Bring your spouse or friend for free! WEST VIRGINIA STATE PARKS TOUR West Virginia State Parks Tour (WVSPT) provides a unique opportunity to visit and enjoy state parks and forests and other places of interest in the state of West Virginia. It offers a series of tours of West Virginia State Parks and other areas of interest offered by Berkeley County Schools Adult and Community Education Program. Over the years participants in previous day trips to state parks had expressed an interest in multiple day tours of West Virginia State Parks. The first tour was held on May 10-11, State parks visited included Prickett s Fort, Tygart Lake, Blennerhassett Island, and Cooper s Rock State Forest with lodging at Tygart Lake Lodge. A program highlight was a guided tour of the interior of Tygart Lake Dam. We plan it, you come along and enjoy it. This fall we are planning another outstanding WVSPT that is not to be missed. Possible stops on this multiple day tour are: Cass Scenic Railroad, Beartown, Pearl Buck Museum, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Nancy Hanks Museum, Droop Mountain, Green Brier State Forest. Travel will be by comfortable motor coach with lodging at Snowshoe Mountain Resort. Price range is $250-$350. Price is per person and includes transportation, program costs, some meals and lodging. Tentative tour date is October 18-20, To learn more about the tour a class will be held to go over trip details and itinerary. The tuition for this class will go toward the cost of the tour. Register with Berkeley County Adult and Community Education for the class and the tour. Register Early as this tour is expected to fill up quickly. Bring a guest to the class free. CLASS CODE 201 SEPT. 16 MON. 6:30-8:30 PM ONE CLASS C. DIXON, INSTRUCTOR TUITION: $15 Bring your spouse or friend for free! Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 2

3 INTRODUCTION OF BUSINESS This class is designed to introduce business theories and ideas to participants. It will help answer the question: What is it that you are looking for in creating your business? The instructor will provide productive directions on how to get started and ask for class participation on their individual ideas. This course is designed to help increase businesses in West Virginia and create employment. Entrepreneurship greatly desired. Students in the course will actually work together as a group to create, establish and promote an actual business (less the legalities). CLASS CODE 300 STARTING DATE: OCT. 2 LOCATION: TIME OF DAY 6:00-8:00 PM INSTRUCTOR: W.M.HARRIS TUITION: $50 BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT This class will instruct you how to apply for your business license and where to look for business insurance. Students will learn how to choose a location and how to market their business. The instructor will include constructive directions on developing your business plan. CLASS CODE 301 STARTING DATE: OCT. 9 LOCATION: TIME OF DAY 6:00-8:00 PM INSTRUCTOR: W.M. HARRIS TUITION: $50 MARKETING This class will be in the format of class discussion and participation. Topics to be discussed are: advertising and its cost & how to move inventory. CLASS CODE 302 STARTING DATE: OCT. 16 LOCATION: TIME OF DAY: 6:00-8:00 PM INSTRUCTOR: W.M. HARRIS TUITION: $50 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT This class will emphasize the advantages and disadvantages of your employees. The various problems one might have with their employees and the corrective course of action. The instructor will discuss OSHA standards and expectations. CLASS CODE 303 STARTING DATE: OCT. 23 LOCATION: TIME OF DAY 6:00-8:00 PM INSTRUCTOR: W.M. HARRIS TUITION: $50 SIMPLE ECONOMICS CLASS CODE 304 STARTING DATE: OCT. 30 LOCATION: TIME OF DAY: 6:00-8:00 PM INSTRUCTOR: W.M. HARRIS TUITION: $50 BUSINESS COMPETITION & RESOLUTION This class will help you to identify who or what your competition is how to react to your competition and resolutions in dealing with your competition. CLASS CODE 305 STARTING DATE:NOV. 6 LOCATION: TIME OF DAY: 6:00-8:00 PM INSTRUCTOR: W.M. HARRIS TUITION: $50 BUSINESS TAXES & PREPARATION: BOOKKEEPING Dealing with taxes and the IRS will become part of your daily activity and this class will help you to learn how to use and react to the IRS website, how to cor rectly prepare your taxes, how to choose the right forms that best suit your business taxes, how to keep accurate records, where to look and accept free tax help and how to solve business problems CLASS CODE 306 STARTING DATE: NOV. 13 & 14 2 CLASSES LOCATION: & THURSDAY TIME OF DAY: 6:00-8:00 PM INSTRUCTOR: W.M. HARRIS TUITION: $100 LONG TERM EXPECTATIONS OF BUSINESS GROWTH This class will be brainstorming with class as well as instructor participation and the completion of course certification. CLASS CODE 307 STARTING DATE: NOV. 20 LOCATION: TIME OF DAY: 6:00-8:00 PM INSTRUCTOR: W.M. HARRIS TUITION: $50 INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT WORD INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT EXCEL Learn how to create spreadsheets, charts and graphs in Excel. Also learn advanced features in working with formulas, functions, filters and sorting. Learn how to create spreadsheets, charts and graphs in Excel. Also learn advanced features in working with formulas, functions, filters and sorting. Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 3

4 CLASS CODE 308 OCT. 3 HEDGESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL THURS. 6:00-7:30 PM 10 WEEKS W. MCCOY TUITION: $80 ENERGY HEALING 101 FOR HUMANS & ANIMALS People are becoming more aware of energy healing and the therapeutic benefits it has on their physical and emotional health, and that of their animals. Bring your questions to this two hour interactive discussion and learn how energy healing can decrease pain, shorten length of hospital stays and rehab, aid in physical healing and disease and assist in healing in trauma and wartime injury. If interest, a 30 minute healing will be demonstrated. CLASS CODE 400 SEPT. 24 VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY TUES. 6:45-8:30 PM 1 NIGHT S. HART TUITION: $30 CLASS CODE 401 DEC. 10 VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY TUES. 6:45-8:30 PM 1 NIGHT S. HART TUITION: $30 HULA-HOOPING PARENT/CHILD CLASS Workout with your child. Get up and get moving! Enjoy this fun workout and dance with your child. Class will begin with a warm up, stretching with a hoop, basic hoop moves, hoop work out and dance, cool down. Hoops will be provided and for sale. No experience is necessary just an open mind and a willingness to learn. Anyone can hoop! Be sure to bring water and wear comfortable clothing. CLASS CODE 402 SEPT. 10 EAGLE SCHOOL INTERMEDIATE TUES. 7:00-8:00 PM BOOMTOWN HOOPS TUITION: $40 CLASS CODE 403 OCT. 8 VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY TUES. 7:00-8:00 PM BOOMTOWN HOOPS TUITION: $40 CLASS CODE 404 NOV. 5 TOMAHAWK INTERMEDIATE TUES. 7:00-8:00 PM BOOMTOWN HOOPS TUITION: $40 ADULT FITNESS Build your core strength, tone your body, burn up 600 calories per hour, reduce your stress, get a good cardiovascular work-out and increase your energy while having fun. Hula hoops will be used and will be for purchase or use during the class from the instructor. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes and bring water! CLASS CODE 405 SEPT. 12 EAGLE SCHOOL INTERMEDIATE THURS. 7:00-8:00 PM BOOMTOWN HOOPS TUITION: $40 CLASS CODE 406 OCT. 10 VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY THURS. 7:00-8:00 PM BOOMTOWN HOOPS TUITION: $40 CLASS CODE 407 NOV. 7 TOMAHAWK INTERMEDIATE THURS. 7:00-8:00 PM BOOMTOWN HOOPS TUITION: $40 YOGA Gentle, life-enhancing yoga to develop a mindful spirited use of your body and breath. Explore a variety of asonas (postures) as a beginner or advanced practitioner to increase your strength and flexibility, and calm your mind. CLASS CODE 408 SEPT. 3 ROSEMONT ELEMENTARY TUES. 6:00-7:00 PM M. CLIMIS TUITION: $$0 CLASS CODE 409 SEPT. 4 BERKELEY 2000 SPORTS CENTER (MARSHALL MASON WING) WED. 10:05-11:05 AM M. CLIMIS TUITION: $50 CLASS CODE 410 OCT. 1 ROSEMONT ELEMENTARY TUES. 6:00-7:00 PM M. CLIMIS TUITION: $50 CLASS CODE 411 OCT. 2 BERKELEY 2000 SPORTS CENTER (MARSHALL MASON WING) WED. 10:05-11:05 AM M. CLIMIS TUITION: $50 BALLET Everything is beautiful at the ballet--even you! Learn or strengthen your ballet basics--grace, elegance and fun! A beginner to advanced beginner levels. CLASS CODE 412 SEPT. 4 BERKELEY 2000 SPORTS CENTER (MARSHALL MASON WING) WED. 9:00-9:55 AM M. CLIMIS TUITION: $50 Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 4

5 FLATFOOTING You too can drum with your feet! Learn or strengthen the how to s of one of our rich West Virginia dance traditions. At beginner to advanced beginner levels. CLASS CODE 413 OCT. 1 ROSEMONT ELEMENTARY TUES. 7:15-8:15 PM 5 WEEKS M. CLIMIS TUITION: $55 WEST VIRGINIA OLD-TIME MUSIC TRADITIONS Bring your eyes, ears and instruments to experience the rich West Virginia Appalachian old time music tradition. Even if you ve never played before, you can experience how the music is handed down. We ll enjoy recorded material, as well as live music. CLASS CODE 414 NOV. 6 ACADEMIC LEARNING CTR. WED. 6:45-7:45 PM 3 WEEKS M. CLIMIS TUITION: $45 BACK CARE If your back has been nagging at you, this series of exercises is for you! We will cover what to stretch and what to strengthen so you and your back can be flexible again. CLASS CODE 415 SEPT. 17 ROSEMONT ELEMENTARY TUES. 7:15-8:15 PM M. CLIMIS TUITION: $25 CLASS CODE 416 NOV. 12 ROSEMONT ELEMENTARY TUES. 7:15-8:15 PM M. CLIMIS TUITION: $25 TAROT...IT S EASIER THAN YOU THINK If you ve always wanted to learn tarot, this is the time and place to start--or carry on with what you ve already started. There s space for 6 intrepid students to play the Tarot Game*, learning tarot basic while building a reading for yourself. CLASS CODE 417 DEC. 4 BERKELEY CO. ADULT LRN. CTR. WED. 6:00-8:00 PM M. CLIMIS TUITION: $30 TAI CHI CH UAN Tai Chi uses slow, relaxed gentle movement to improve health, fitness and balance. All ages can benefit from the focus on the exercise to foster a calm tranquil mind. Please wear casual loose fitting clothes and soft soled shoes. Students must be 16 and over. THURS. 6:30-8:00 PM 8 WEEKS E. WINSTON TUITION: $65 THE BASICS OF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY Topics to be discussed are: How to diagnose Treatment Outcomes CLASS CODE 500 OCT. 1 & 3 ACADEMIC LEARNING CTR. TUES./THURS 6 :45-8:30 PM 6 WEEKS K. ROSNER TUITION: $50 COLOR THEORY Want to learn about colors and how you can use color to improve your mood, reach your goals and strengthen your confidence? Color affects us opn a subconscious level and can be used to manipulate a response in yourself and others. Advertisers, interior designers, businesses and politicians know and use this knowledge everyday. We will learn how it is that color affects us and the energy, emotions and ideas that are associated with each color. This class is perfect for artists, designers, entrepreneurs, and anyone who is curious about color and its role in our lives. CLASS CODE 501 OCT. 3 BERKELEY COUNTY ADULT LRN. CTR. THURS. 6:00-7:00 PM STEPHANIE TUITION: $40 ARTS & CRAFTS SCRAPBOOKING 101 This beginners class consists of learning what type ot items should and should not be used in scarpbooks, moving on to showing how to put together a scrapbook page. Students will make a two page spread each week and end up with a 20 page scrapbook. CLASS CODE 600 OCT. 16 BERKELEY COUNTY AD. LRN. CTR. WED. 6:00-8:00 PM 5 WEEKS C. KRAUCH TUITION: $50 CHRISTMAS/BIRTHDAY/ WEDDING GIFT LAMPS Join us in making this inexpensivwe illuminated birthday, wedding or Christmas gift for you loved one. Useful, beautiful and fragrant! A materials cost fee of $15 per lamp is to be paid to the instructor the first night of class. CLASS CODE 601 SEPT. 19 THURS. 6:00-8:00 PM J. KELLOGG TUITION: $28 CLASS CODE 418 SEPT. 19 TUSCARORA ELEMENTARY Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 5

6 WINTERY CARDS WORKSHOP Make and take at least a dozen handmade cards, which will include tiny, thoughtful gifts. Prepare this winter cheer for your dear ones! Cards will include winter aurora, over the river, bow card, ring-o-card, love scroll and a sickle santa moon. Join us for six evenings full of fun! A materials cost fee of $15 is to be paid to the instructor the first night of class. CLASS CODE 602 OCT. 3 THURS. 6:00-8:00 PM 6 WEEKS J. KELLOGG TUITION: $40 MINI-SCARECROWS WORKSHOP Create your own personal Autumn decor mini-scarecrow for fun, as a gift, or for your own enjoyment! A materials cost of $15 is to paid to the instructor the first night of class. CLASS CODE 603 SEPT. 28 SATURDAY 9:00 AM-NOON J. KELLOGG TUITION: $28 FESTIVE AUTUMN POINTED PUMPKINS Pick your pumpkin or gourd and join us in giving it some personality! This acrylic craft workshop will leave you with a decorative Jack O Lantern to adorn your doorstep for the fall. Materials cost fee of $20 is to be paid to the instructor the first night of class CLASS CODE 604 OCT. 5 SATURDAY 9:00 AM-NOON J. KELLOGG TUITION: $28 INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING FOR ADULT STUDENTS ONLY Explore many aspects of basic drawing in this class for beginners, or those re-discovering art through the drawn image...try many tools and methods to find what suits you best! A materials cost fee of $30 is to be paid to the instructor the first night of class. CLASS CODE 605 OCT. 24 THURS. 6:00-8:00 PM 5 WEEKS J. KELLOGG TUITION: $55 BASKET CRAFTING WITH SUSAN MATSON Please bring to all BASKET classes: dishpan, towel, sharp scissors, pencil, cloth, pins, awl, needle nose pliers, and spray bottle. Realizing that this is a time to carefully consider expenditures, this term s baskets have been selected for their utility, gift-giving possibilities, and practicality. With a wide range of material fees, we hope you will join us for a class (or classes!) offering a project which will enhance your or another s life. STAINED GLASS BASKET Weave a basket that works hard and looks good. This is function with a bit of pizzazz! Colored overlays form a background on top of which you will create a band of contrasting diamonds. The design is dramatic but not difficult. Choose from two styles and three sizes--a large tote measuring 14 l x 9 w x 11 h at the rim, a small tote measuring 10 l x 5 w x 71/2 h at the rim, or a basic square measuring 8 h x 6 h. All skill levels welcome. When registering, please tell what style (and size) of basket you would like to make. Looking forward to having you with us! Cost of materials to be paid to the instructor the first night of class: Large tote: $48; Small tote: $35; Square: $28. CLASS CODE 606 SEPT. 23 & 30 MONDAY 6:30-9:30 PM 2 CLASSES S. MATSON TUITION: $35 CONFETTI BREAD BASKET OR PARTY PLATTER BASKET These two baskets use the same weaving techniques, so choose the one that best suits your needs! All skill levels are welcome. When registering you must tell which basket you would like to make. Hope to see you! The Confetti Bread Basket is begun on a slotted wooden base, has space-dyed stakes and employs a continuous twill weave--with striking, eye-catching results. Measuring approximately 9 l x 6 w x 3 h at the rim, this basket will add a festive touch to any meal. Or put it to use as remote round-up in your family living area, or as a place to collect the miscellany on your desk. Give it a wow! finish by choosing to add hand-wrought iron handles (extra fee). The Party Platter is a lovely, shallow basket that will enhance the presentation of any platter. Also begun on a slotted wooden base, you will choose whether to use natural or dyed weavers...or a combination of both. You can also choose to add the special touch of a crisscross design in cane to the basket s sides, and if you really want your creation to be breathtakingly beautiful, add a pair of elegant, hand-carved, side handles (extra fee). Cost of materials to be paid to the instructor the first night of class: $20 either basket; Bread Basket handles: $20 per paid; Platter handles: $18 per pair. CLASS CODE 607 NOV. 4 & 18 MON. 6:30-9:30 PM 2 CLASSES S. MATSON TUITION: $35 CHRISTMAS FLATS Put a bit of handmade with love into your Christmas--or some one else s! You ll be weaving either a set of 6 2 x 2 ornaments showing stylized trees and stars (hang them on the tree or use as package tie-ons or a 5 1/2 square trivet with the same stylized designs. There will be color choices, and you will receive a patten with directions and a graph of the designs. All weaving levels welcome. When Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 6

7 registering, please tell whether you will be making the ornaments or the trivet. Join us for a fun evening! Cost of materials to be paid to the instructor: $12 CLASS CODE 608 DEC. 9 MONDAY 6:30-9:30 PM S. MATSON TUITION: $30 CHAIR CANING Learn the basic caning techniques. Splint and rush replacement of chair seats and backs will be taught. Bring rubber bands, a bucket, shears and a chair to class. Caning pegs can be purchased at class for $2.50 per dozen (expect to purchase 2-3 dozen). Depending on the size of the chair, material costs will average $12-$15. Chairs should be in good repair (already finished) and old caning removed. CLASS CODE 609 CLASS LIMIT: 7 SEPT. 23 HEDGESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL MON. 6:00-8:00PM 6 WEEKS R. GOSNELL TUITION: $55 KNITTING & CROCHETING WITH JUDY SLUSHER *All classes are limited to 15 students. Please call with any questions for the instructor. BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE CROCHET Beginners - Learn basic crochet stitches and how to read a basic pattern. There will be a $10 supply fee to be paid to the instructor at the first class which covers the cost of yarn (both cotton and acrylic), a crochet hook, a tote bag, stitch samples, and a variety of patterns. Intermediates - Refresh skills; receive assistance with patterns, stitches, or techniques. Feel free to bring a project from home. If you would like to contact the instructor prior to class to discuss your needs, please call CLASS CODE 610 OCTOBER 16 WED. 1:00-3:00 PM TUITION: $45 CLASS CODE 611 OCTOBER 3 THURS. 6:00-8:00 PM TUITION: $45 BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE KNITTING Beginners Learn the basic knit and purl stitches, how to cast on and bind off, and how to understand basic patterns. A supply fee of $12 is to be paid to the instructor at the first class to cover the cost of yarn (both cotton and acrylic), a tote bag, knitting needles, and a variety of patterns. Intermediates Refresh skills, receive assistance with patterns, stitches, or techniques. Feel free to bring a project from home. If you would like to contact the instructor prior to class to discuss your needs, please call CLASS CODE 612 SEPTEMBER 11 WED. 1:00-3:00 PM TUITION: $45 CLASS CODE 613 SEPTEMBER 5 THURS. 6:00-8:00 PM TUITION: $45 KNIT OR CROCHET FELTED PURSE OR HAT Using large scale sized needles or hook, your completed knit or crocheted purse or hat, made with 100% wool,will be washed in hot water and shrunk to create a wool Fabric. Please call prior to class for knit or crochet patterns for a hat and/or purse as well as yarn and hook/needle requirements. Register early and receive your patterns so you can have more than one project made by the wash day which is the last week of class. CLASS CODE 614 NOVEMBER 7 THURSDAY 6:00-8:00 PM 3 WEEKS J. SLUSHER TUITION: $27 COMMUNITY SERVICE KNITTING/CROCHET CLASS This class will enable you to make and donate assorted knit or crocheted items to local organizations. Some guidance will be provided by a facilitator. A variety of patterns and project ideas will be available. Please bring your own knitting needles/crochet hooks and yarn to class. The only cost to you is your time, talents and whatever yarn you can provide. There may also be some donated yarn available at class. Please call with any questions. CLASS CODE 615 SEPTEMBER 4 WED. 1:00-3:00 PM J. SLUSHER TUITION: N/C CLASS CODE 616 OCTOBER 9 WED. 1:00-3:00 PM J. SLUSHER TUITION: N/C CLASS CODE 617 DECEMBER 4 WED. 1:00-3:00 PM J. SLUSHER TUITION: N/C Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 7

8 BOW MAKING Learn various methods of bow making and creative ways to decorate with ribbon. Students will make at least 5 different bows. A variety of ribbon will be available to choose from. A $10 supply fee is to be paid to the instructor. Please bring scissors and a glue gun (if you have one). CLASS CODE 618 NOVEMBER 20 THURS. 1:00-3:00 PM J. SLUSHER TUITION: $25 CLASS CODE 619 DECEMBER 5 THURS. 5:30-8:00 PM J. SLUSHER TUITION: $25 GENERAL..BUT SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES FREE SINGING LESSONS FOR WOMEN AGES 18 TO 80 The Eastern Panhandle Women s Harmony, Inc. (formerly Harmony Along the Potomac) will provide four introductory lessons into the art of singing 4-part, a cappella harmony, barbershop style. Come join the classes, sing the fantastic harmony, and meet new friends. It is not necessary to read music. Some prior singing experience is helpful but not required. There is no requirement to join the chorus. However, the invitation will be given to those who successfully complete the classes. Classes may extend another two sessions if needed. Please call for more information. Classes will begin Tuesday, Sept. 3 at the University of Charleston, 208 Viking Way, Martinsburg WV. 6:30-9:30 pm every Tuesday. COMPOSTING 101 Want to learn how to compost, but not sure how to start? Learn the basics of setting up a pile and what is needed to be a successful composter, even if you live in an apartment or town house. (This class will be repeated in the Spring session). CLASS CODE 700 SEPT. 28 BERKELEY CO. ADULT LRN. CTR. SAT. 9:00-11:00 AM FILES/LOWMAN TUITION: $15 ADVANCED COMPOSTING CLASS CODE 701 OCT. 19 BERKELEY CO. ADULT LRN. CTR. SAT. 9:00-11:00 AM FILES/LOWMAN TUITION: $15 HOMEMADE DOG FOOD & TREATS Are you an incurable dog lover? Most animal owners want optimum nutrition for their pets. The goal of this class is to help you feed your dog healthy, nutritious homemade dog food. The very best dog food you can give your animal can be made right in your own kitchen. All of the dog food ingredients are readily available in your local grocery store. The dog food recipes are easy to follow and simple to make. Most importantly your dog will thrive on them and love the way that they taste. CLASS CODE 702 OCT. 1 ACADEMIC LEARNING CTR. TUESDAY, 6:45-8:30 PM C. CONROE TUITION: $28 BASIC CAKE DECORATING This is a beginner class covering the Wilton technique of cake decorating. Class content will be icing the cake, borders, flowers, writing, outlining and a variety of decorations. A fee of $10 is to be paid to the instructor for starter kit and materials fee the first night of class. Class size is limited to 12 adult students. Enjoy learning to do your special cake from an instructor with 20 years experience. CLASS CODE 703 SEPT. 9 MUSSELMAN HIGH SCHOOL MON. 6:30-8:30 PM S. CROWELL TUITION: $45 CONTINUATION OF BASIC CAKE DECORATING For those who have completed Basic Cake Decorating and Just want to learn more this is the class for you. Learn to make fancy borders, new flowers and a lot more. If you know a little and want to learn more, come and join in the fun and see how creative you can be with an instructor who has over 20 years of experience in decorating and teaching. A material fee of $10.00 is to be paid to the instructor the first night of class. Adult students only. Class limit: 12 CLASS CODE 704 OCT. 7 MUSSELMAN HIGH SCHOOL MON. 6:30-8:30 PM S. CROWELL TUITION: $45 HOLIDAY CANDIES WORKSHOP Enjoy an evening learning how to make festive holiday treats. A portion of the class will be a demonstration with hands on class participation. Treat yourself to an evening out with an instructor with over 20 years of experience in candy making. Adult students only with a maximum class size of 15. A material fee of $10 is to be paid to the instructor the first night of class. CLASS CODE 705 NOV. 18 MUSSELMAN HIGH SCHOOL MON. 6:30-8:30 PM 1 NIGHT S. CROWELL TUITION: $25 Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 8

9 FUN CUPCAKES Are you obsessed with Cupcakes? Do you love them so much but can t seem to get them down just right? Or maybe you just want to perfect you own Cupcake skills with those beautiful swirls, flowers,or monograms? We have a perfect solution that can help. Join our talented instructor to learn basic decorating techniques, try your hand at it and take home some of your beautifully decorated cupcakes. A supply list will be provided the first night of class. CLASS CODE 706 OCT. 23 MUSSELMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL WED. 6:00-8:00 PM C. CONROE TUITION: $45 HOME STYLE CHINESE COOKING Introducing the basics of chinese home style cooking and the ingredients that you can find in local stores near you. There will be a materials cost fee for this class. CLASS CODE 707 SEPTEMBER 16 MON. 6:00-8:00 PM 8 WEEKS C. LU TUITION: $75 CALLIGRAPHY Calligraphy, the art of decorative handwriting, is captivating to behold and fulfilling to create. With a few special tools, proper paper, and a good quality ink, you ll learn the basic techniques of writing in English Roundhand, a popular and elegant lettering style. We will work on pen control, working with ink, rhythm in writing, color, layout, and the manipulation of letters to achieve a more expressive effect. A supply list will be provided the first night of class. CLASS CODE 708 SEPT. 23 ACADEMIC LEARNING CENTER MON. 7:00-8:30 PM C. CONROE TUITION: $45 INTRODUCTION TO WATERCOLOR Watercolor is one of the most pleasurable and satisfying media employed by both beginning and experienced artists. The soft transparent colors and textures lend themselves to a variety of subjects and techniques, and yield paintings that reflect the unique spontaneity and creativity of each individual artist. In this class students will explore various landscape paintings in an effort to pursue new avenues of creativity. Instructor will provide a supply list the first night of class. CLASS CODE 709 NOV. 18 MON. 6:30-8:30 PM C. CONROE TUITION: $55 STAINED GLASS In this beginner s class students will create one copper foil method project thus learning the process. Students must be 18 years or older and not pregnant or nursing. Because of the use of glass/lead/heat, students must also sign a liability waiver at the first class. Students need to bring a piece of drywall at least 15 square and two sharpies (1 black/1 silver). The instructor will provide all material and supplies for your use. Material fee cost is $30 to be paid to the instructor the first night of class. CLASS CODE 710 OCT. 21 MON. 6:00-8:30 PM 6 WEEKS L. GUNDRY TUITION: $65 STAINED GLASS II For students who want to continue learning techniques and skills in stained glass. Pre-requisite: First stained glass with this instructor. Each student will decide their own project and supply fee will then be determined. Tools will be provided for class use. CLASS CODE 711 OCT. 24 THURS. 6:00-8:30 PM 6 WEEKS L. GUNDRY TUITION: $65 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE LEVEL I The purpose of this class is to teach students the basic to intermediate level of American Sign Language (ASL), and to help them reach their goals such as becoming an interpreter or having better communication with their relationship, friends or co-workers. Note: Students will need a notepad and pen and will need to purchase a textbook. Cost: $47 to be paid to the instructor the first night of class. CLASS CODE 712 SEPT. 17 & 19 MUSSELMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL TUES.. & THURS. 7:15-8:45 PM 8 WEEKS M. MOORE TUITION: $85 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE LEVEL II CLASS CODE 713 NOV. 19 & 21 MUSSELMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL TUES. & THURS. 7:15-8:45 PM 5 WEEKS M. MOORE TUITION: $85 SIGN LANGUAGE This instructor will teach the alphabet and numbers and then progress to greetins. Students will learn to fluently speak sign language. The history and background of deaf and hard of hearing will be discussedl. CLASS CODE 714 OCT. 3 BERKELEY COUNTY ADULT LRN.CTR. THURS. 10:00-NOON 10 WEEKS N. MORRIS TUITION: $60 Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 9

10 PARTY DANCES Join in on the fun instead of sitting on the sidelines. We will teach some of the most popular party dances. No previous dance experience Just in time for the wedding or that class reunion! Learn dances like: The Electric Slide, Down and Dirty, Cupid Shuffle, Cha Cha Slide, SOTB, Booty Call and more! CLASS CODE 715 NOV. 6 TOMAHAWK INTERMEDIATE FRI. 6:30-7:30 PM 5 WEEKS A. KEEFER TUITION: $50 NIGHT CLUB TWO STEP inightclub style Swing Dance, sometimes called the Nightclub 2 Step, is one of the most practical and versatile social dances ever conceived. It was designed for contemportary soft rock love song music. This type of music is common just about everywhere; nightclubs, weddings dance halls, etc. This simple romantic dance fills a gap where no other ballroom dance fits. This beautiful, flowing slow dance has patterns that flow from one to another with such grace and smoothness that it is moving magic! Beginner to intermediate levels will be taught. Partner or team-mate required. (Must register as a couple). CLASS CODE 716 NOV. 6 TOMAHAWK INTERMEDIATE FRI. 7:30-8:30 PM 5 WEEKS A. KEEFER TUITION: COUPLES $85 LINE DANCING AND COUPLE S DANCE The Line Dance and Couple s Dance classes are co-sponsored by the Boot Kickers organization. BEGINNERS: Learn the basics of all styles of dance, dance floor etiquette and at least six dances to the style of country music. Learn the Texas Two Step, Cotton Eyed Joe, 28ll s Waltz, and several line dances. A partner is NOT required. Wear smooth-soled, low heel shoes. CLASS CODE 717 SEPT. 18 TOMAHAWK INTERMEDIATE WED. 6:30-7:30 PM 6 WEEKS A. KEEFER TUITION: $50/SINGLE $80/COUPLE INTERMEDIATE: Expand on the country music theme you learned in beginner class by adding other styles of dance and other genre of music to which to dance. Learn Cha Cha, Swing, and other styles of dance. Level II, Intermediate students must pay $25.00 registration fee. CLASS CODE 718 SEPT. 18 TOMAHAWK INTERMEDIATE WED. 7:30-8:30 PM 6 WEEKS A. KEEFER TUITION: $50/SINGLE $80/COUPLE MODERN SQUARE DANCING Do you want to know a fun way to gain aerobic exercise and lose weight? Then give modern square dancing a try. Forget the gym because you will be dancing within minutes. This class will cover both basic and mainstream modern square dancing techniques used at all square dance clubs in the United States. Square dancing is for anyone and is done to alll types of music and is easy to learn. Dress is casual and wear comfortable shoes. Square dancing is a great activity for couples looking for something fun to do together. Tutiion includes materials. CLASS CODE 719 SEPT. 9 VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY MON. 7:00-9:00 PM 15 WEEKS T. HEADLEE TUITION: $50 BEGINNING GUITAR i Guitaris easy. Anyone can learn to play. Just as anyone can learn to walk. Of course it takes a coupld of years to learn to walk. This class will help yo take the first couple of steps. Playing guitar is a matter of fretting strings with one hand and making rhythm with the other. In this class, you will learn five to ten chords which is enought to play hundreds of songs. CLASS CODE 720 OCT 16 ACADEMIC LR. CTR. WED. 6:45-8:30 PM 8 WEEKS J. STEMMLE TUITION: $55 POETRY INTERPRETATION/SPOKEN MUSIC A basic writing course particularly focusing on expressing yourself through words and find learning to understand other poetry. CLASS CODE 721 OCT. 4 BERKELEY COUNTY ADULT LRN. CTR. FRIDAY 1:00-2:30 PM 6 WEEKS N. MORRIS TUITION: $45 SPANISH FOR TRAVELERS Learn the basics of Spanish for bargaining, ordering food, transportation and sight seeing. CLASS CODE 722 SEPT. 9 ACADEMIC LEARNING CENTER MONDAY, 6:45-8:30 PM 8 WEEKS P. MILLS TUITION: $75 FLIGHT TRAINING GROUND SCHOOL To earn a Private Pilot, Recreational Pilot, Sport Pilot certificate, among other requirements, one needs to pass a written exam on the following subjects: Airplanes and Aerodynamics Airplane Instruments, engines and systems Airports, Air Traffic Control, and Airspace Federal Aviation Regulations Airplane Performance and Weight and Balance Adult & Community Education 2013 FALL/WINTER Page 10

11 Aero medical Factors and Aeronautical Decision Making Aviation Weather Aviation Weather Services Navigation: Charts and Publications Navigation Systems Cross-Country Flight Planning This course prepares the student to take the FAA Private Pilot, Recreational Pilot, or Sport Pilot Knowledge test. We use the Jeppesen curriculum and include the text and related workbooks, flight computer, and navigation plotter in our Private Pilot kit. This course will be held at Aero-Smith Flight Center at Martinsburg, Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport, 214 Aviation Way, Martinsburg, WV A minimum of five students is needed to hold the course. CLASS CODE 723 STARTING DATE: SEPT WEEKS LOCATION: EASTERN WV REGIONAL AIRPORT TIME OF DAY: 6:00-9:00 PM TUITION: $440 (includes tuition and Private Pilot kit) INSTRUCTOR: LEE JONES, CERTIFIED FLIGHT INSTRUC- TER BABY SIGNS SIGN, SAY, & PLAY WITH CERTIFIED BABY SIGNS INSTRUCTOR: DONNA DAY FREE DEMONSTRATION Join us for a free demonstration & FUN Time! Meet your local Certified Baby Signs Instructor and enjoy a 40 minute demonstration of our Baby Signs play class. Come learn new signs with songs, interactive play activities and find out more about what our Baby Signs program has to offer. This FREE presentation welcomes all expectant parents, parents of babies from birth to 24 months old, grandparents, childhood educators, social workers and health specialists. Pre-registration is required CLASS CODE 724 STARTING DATE: SEPT. 30 LOCATION: DAY OF WEEK: MONDAY TIME OF DAY: 10:00 AM BABY SIGNS SIGN, SAY & PLAY Is a 6 week fun-filled play class with games, songs and activities designed especially for parents and their babies that will highlight important developmental and motor skills: (Ages 4 months to 24 months old). Sign, Say, and Play class will meet once a week for 45 minutes beginning on July 15 from 9:30-10:30 AM at the GED classroom in Pikeside. The tuition for the class is $60, payable to Berkeley County Schools. Adult & Community Education. In addition each participant must purchase the required class kit of $50, payable to the instructor the first day of class. For each registered child two adults may attend. PARALEGAL ONLINE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM Midwest Paralegal Studies in partnership with Berkeley County Adult & Community Education is offering a 12 month Paralegal certificate of completion. For program details and questions, contact the instructor, Mr. Zoran Perovanovich via , or visit the Website This professional non-credit program is recommended for those in the legal profession seeking advancement or for someone interested in a career change. It is open to anyone with a high school diploma/ged. This course begins with a FREE orientation seminar at this link: Course includes free study materials online. Start dates: 1. September 12-October 24, 2013 Paralegal Management 2. November 7-December 24, 2013 Paralegal Career This 12 month program is divided into 5 parts. The cost per class is $195 for a total of $975 per student per certificate of completion. All students must the instructor before registration for advising and approval before the start of each class term. CLASS CODE 725 REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT IS COMPLETED WITH: ADULT & COMMUNITY EDUCATION OFFICE 206 Lutz Avenue Martinsburg, WV APPRENTICESHIP FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST PROGRAM This is a four-semester training program developed in WV for staff in child care centers, Head Start, preschool, schoolage care programs and public schools. ACDS is based on the U.S. Department of Labor s apprenticeship model and required a total of 300 hours of course work and 3,200 to 4,000 hours of on-the-job experience. It also requires the commitment of the apprentice s employer to provide supervision and support of the apprentice s laboratory work and an increase in wages upon successful completion the training. Graduates receive national certification through the USDL. For more information: Contact Mary Maloney: BERKELEY COUNTY SENIOR CENTER COMPUTER CLASSES All registrations for the following classes will be accepted by the receptionist at The Berkeley Senior Center hours of operation are Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Classes are conducted in the Computer Lab on the lower level of the Center and space is limited to 9 students per class. Tuition fees must accompany registration and all refund requests must be received 1 week prior to start of Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 11

12 class. In the event a class is cancelled, full refunds will be issued. All instruction is provided by VOLUNTEER Trainers. INTRO TO COMPUTERS A fun self paced class for those not proficient with the mouse of keyboard. This course is intended to familiarize students with the parts of a computer through guided activities. Students will progress at their own speed through the game type programs with instructors available to assist as needed. Students are encouraged to bring their laptop computers if they have them. Tuition is $20 for those ages 60 and over, $30 for those under 60 and non Berkeley County residents. 1 day class - Instructor: N. Triggs Wednesday, August 28 1:00-3:00 PM OR Tuesday, October 22 1:00-3:00 PM GOOGLE SEARCH Prospective students must be able to navigate the keyboard and use the mouse efficiently. Learn the secrets of Google search. This class will also touch briefly on Google map searching and using street view in maps. Tuition is $30 for Seniors 60+ and $40 for under 60 and non Berkeley County residents. 1 day class - Instructor: N. Triggs Wednesday, August 28 9:00 AM- Noon GMAIL BASICS Using Gmail but still want to learn to be more productive? This class will teach you how to attach files, send pictures, forward mail leaving out all addresses, and how to do all that safely. Prerequisite for this class is a GMail account and good keyboard and mouse skills. Tuition is $30 for Seniors 60+ and $40 for under 60 and non Berkeley County residents. 1 day class - Instructor: N. Triggs Tuesday, October 22 9:00 AM - Noon INTERNET If you have a computer, you can explore the world from the comfort of your own home. Students should know how to log on to a computer and have basic computer skills such as using the mouse and keyboard. Come join us to learn how to explore the World Wide Web safely using Internet Explorer. Tuition is $25 for those ages 60 and over, $35 for those under 60 and non Berkeley County residents. 1 day class - Instructor: L. Page SEPTEMBER DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED BASICS Students will learn how to read, write, reply and forward ; to send and receive attachments and to keep and use a list of contacts. It is emphasized that students be familiar with accessing the Internet and if not should consider the Internet class. For this class the tool that weill be explored is the Yahoo web based mail program but students do not need to have a Yahoo to enroll. Tuition is $25 for those ages 60 and over, $35 for those under 60 and non Berkeley County residents. 1 day class - Instructor: L. Page OCTOBER DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED WINDOWS 7/ INTRO This class will introduce students to the wide array of personalization tools available on Windows 7 such as themes, snipping tool, wordpad, sticky notes, the sidebar aero and shake. You will learn how to use the task bar to the best advantage, customize the start menu, view documents side by side with snap, find files and folders, and search for anything on your computer. Students should have a good knowledge of using the mouse and keyboard. Class suitable for Vista users also. Tuition is $35 for those ages 60 and over and $45 for those under 60 and non Berkeley County residents. 1 day class - Instructor: N. Triggs Monday, September 23 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. WINDOWS 7/ ADVANCED This class is for those who have been using their computers for some time. In this class you will learn about user accounts, power options, logging in to public wireless networks, uninstalling programs, using system restore, disk cleanup, computer security, advanced personalization tools and more. Tuition is $35 for those ages 60 and over and $45 for those under 60 and non Berkeley County residents. 1 day class- Instructor: N. Triggs Tuesday, April 17 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. MORE WINDOWS 7 A continuation of the Windows 7 Intro class, this class covers more of Windows 7 features not included in the Intro class. You will learn about user accounts, power options, public wireless networks, uninstalling programs, using system restore, disk cleanup, computer security,organizing files and folders, searching, advanced personalization tools and more. Class suitable for Vista users also. Tuition is $35 for Seniors 60+ and $45 for under 60 and non Berkeley County residents. 1 day class - Instructor: N. Triggs Thursday, October 24 9:30-2:30 PM PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 2 A basic course in Adobe Photoshop with an emphasis on cloning, imaging, resizing, layering, airbrushing, and crop Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 12

13 ping. Basic computer skills are a pre-requisite to being successful in this class. Textbook is available from the instructor for an additional fee. Tuition is $40 for those ages 60 and over, $50 for those under 60 and non Berkeley County residents. 2 day class - Instructor: G. Offerdahl Wednesday, October 16 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday, October 18 9:30 a.m. to noon Other classes may be added based on request and staff availability. Contact the Center at for additional information. GENERAL INFORMATION Fall/Winter Registration 2013 Registration will be accepted at the office, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am to 1 pm. Mail registra tions are to be sent to 206 Lutz Avenue, Martinsburg, WV and phone registrations are accepted with a Visa or MasterCard. All tuition is to be paid at the time of registration. CANCELED CLASSES The Adult & Community Education programs must cancel classes that do not meet minimum enrollment. We reserve the right to cancel, discontinue, post pone, or combine classes before or at the first class session. Attempts will be made to contact all students whose classes have been canceled. In the event a class is canceled, a full refund of the tuition will be given. Arrangements can be made for a refund or for transfer to another class by contacting the office at WITHDRAWS & REFUNDS (THIS POLICY PERTAINS TO ALL CLASSES) Registration does not automatically carry with it the right to a refund or reduction of indebtedness in cases of inability to attend classes or in cases of withdrawal. The student assumes the risk of all changes in business or personal affairs. REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED ONLY UNDER THE FOL- LOWING CIRCUMSTANCES: Classes canceled by the Adult & Community Educa tion Office. A refund is requested ONE WEEK BEFORE THE CLASS BEGINS. A refund fee of $10.00 will be assessed to each withdrawn class. *PLEASE NOTE: BECAUSE OUR CLASSES ARE SELF-SUPPORTING, REFUND POLICIES ARE STRICTLY ENFORCED. NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY Berkeley County Schools operates as an equal opportunity institution and will not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, religion, gender, martial or family status, age of disabling condition in its activities, programs, or employment practices as required in Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1973, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of For more information regarding you rights, contact the Superintendent of Berkeley County Schools office, 401 S. Queen Street, Martinsburg, WV SENIOR CITIZENS Berkeley County residents who are 65 years of age or over will be given a 10 percent discount on tuition. Please remind us so that we can credit your tuition. This discount does not apply to textbooks or materials. INTERESTED IN TEACHING? If you have an idea for a class for the Adult & Community Education program and would like to teach, please contact us at IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER September 2, Labor Day November 11, Veteran s Day November 27, 28, 29, Thanksgiving Holiday December 23-January 2, Christmas/New Year s Classes will not be held on these dates or for the following reasons: *When day school has been closed due to inclement weather or other emergencies *When inclement weather occurs during the evening (for information listen to local radio stations) *On legal or school holidays ABE/GED PREPARATION ADULT LEARNING CENTER The ABE/GED classes for adults are available at our Berkeley County Adult Learning Center, 206 Lutz Avenue, Martinsburg, WV These classes are individualized, self-paced and free. M,T,W,TH 8:00 AM 2:30 PM Adult Learning Center Instructor: Jack Price Adult & Community Education 2013 Fall/Winter Page 13

14 REGISTRATION & ASSESSMENT AND ORIENTATION Friday at 8:00 AM OPT (Official Practice Testing) Wednesday 8:00 AM COMPUTER BASED GED TESTING Every Tuesday ESL/CIVICS BEGINNERS / ADVANCED BEGINNERS & INTERMEDIATE LEVEL ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Classes: Tues. & Thurs. 10:00 AM-1:00 PM Catholic Charities Building 224 S. Queen St., Martinsburg WV (across from St. Joseph Catholic Church) Classes and learning materials are FREE Topics include basic English conversation, grammar, writing and US customs and civics. Childcare available Classes &Registration begin Tuesday August 27, 2013 For further information contact or text (in English) Steve Hoover, Instructor LOCATIONS Adult Education Office & Conference Room GED Classroom Academic Learning Center 3635 Winchester Avenue Martinsburg, WV Berkeley County Adult Learning Center 206 Lutz Avenue Martinsburg, WV TUSCARORA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2000 TAVERN ROAD MARTINSBURG, WV Phone: ( 304) TOMAHAWK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 6665 HEDGESVILLE ROAD HEDGESVILLE, WV Phone: ( 304) VALLEY VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 140 NADENBOUSCH LANE MARTINSBURG, WV Phone: ( 304) ROSEMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 301 SOUTH ALABAMA AVENUE MARTINSBURG, WV Phone: ( 304) MARTINSBURG 150 BULLDOG BOULEVARD MARTINSBURG, WV Phone: ( 304) MUSSELMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL 105 PRIDE AVENUE BUNKER HILL, WV Phone: ( 304) MUSSELMAN HIGH SCHOOL 126 EXCELLENCE WAY INWOOD, WV Phone: (304) HEDGESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL 109 RIDGE ROAD NORTH HEDGESVILLE, WV Phone: (304) THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR BERKELEY COUNTY CLASSES THROUGH ADULT & COMMUNITY EDUCATION EAGLE SCHOOL INTERMEDIATE 730 EAGLE SCHOOL ROAD MARTINSBURG, WV Phone: ( 304) Adult & Community Education 2012 Winter/Spring Page 14

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