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1 Winter 2016 Schedule of Classes Iconic Campbell Photo by CACE Photography Teacher Terry Yu. See p. 10

2 CACE is a member of the South Bay Consortium for Adult Education (SBCAE). The South Bay Consortium for Adult Education is a collaboration of four colleges and five adult schools in Santa Clara County, serving over 30,000 adult education students every year. We are working together to build pathways for adult learners so they can achieve economic self-sufficiency in an area with one of the highest costs of living in the nation. Our consortium is committed to having a positive collective impact on the local workforce, building a just economy and healthy community. Santa Clara Adult Education Milpitas Adult Education adulted.musd.org Silicon Valley Adult Education maep.metroed.net East Side Adult Education adulteducation.esuhsd.org San Jose Evergreen Community College District West Valley Mission Community College District Tanya Krause, Acting Superintendent Campbell Union High School District is proud to offer our community the range of learning opportunities for adults of all ages that you see here in this catalog of course offerings. Some of these course choices include core programs including literacy, immigrant integration, basic skills courses, high school diploma programs, and preparation for career and post-secondary education. These courses are important for our region s economic and social development. Working with our partners in the community colleges and community-based organizations, we are committed to develop career pathways for all in Santa Clara Valley. CACE exemplifies our commitment to you to continue the long-standing tradition of quality adult education in our community. As you may know, Adult Education programs and the funding for these programs have changed considerably in the past few years. CUHSD is proud of the leadership provided statewide by Dr. Bob Harper to maintain services to adults through partnerships between Adult Education programs and local Community Colleges throughout California. With that, CACE has not only maintained courses, but has actually augmented program offerings to adult learners in our community. The staff at CACE are dedicated to providing programs and courses needed by our community and strives to provide you the best! CUHSD Board of Trustees Stacey Brown, Board Clerk Matthew Dean, Board President Wendy Dillingham-Plew Kalen Gallagher Linda Goytia Patrick K. Gaffney, CUHSD Superintendent Tanya Krause, Deputy Superintendent Human Resources Brett McFadden, Chief Business Officer Dr. Mary Streshly, Asst. Superintendent Educational Services

3 Table of Contents Community locations p. 5 Languages p. 6 Spanish, English Conversation Arts and Music p. 8 String Ensemble, Campbell Express Band, Drawing and Watercolor, Knit and Crochet, Creative Writing, Photography p. 10 Intro to Digital Photography History and Our Roots p. 10 Genealogy, Santa Clara Valley History Health and Wellness p. 11 Self-Defense for Women, Feldenkrais, Gentle Yoga, Mindfulness Practices to Grow Self-Knowledge Health and Wellness - Dance p. 12 Beginner Dance (Ballroom, Latin, Night Club, Salsa, Social, Swing, Argentine Tango, Night Club) Manufacturing Technology p. 14 Child Health, Safety, Nutrition (West Valley CC Credit) p. 15 Microsoft Office Specialist (Mission CC Credit) p. 16 GED and HiSET Testing p. 19 High School & Equivalency Prep p.20 English as a Second Language p. 22 Citizenship p. 25 Winter Quarter 3 Jan. 4 to March 18, 2016 Jan 4 Core Classes* Classes begin Jan 11 Community Education Classes begin Jan 18 Martin Luther King Day No classes Feb Presidents Week No classes Spring Quarter 4 March 21 to June 1, 2016 March 21 Core Classes begin March 28 Community Education Classes begin April 4-8 Spring Break No classes May 30 Memorial Day No classes June 1 Last Day of classes June 6 CACE Graduation *Core classes receive state funding while Community Education classes are entirely supported by registration fees. Page 3

4 Volunteer with CACE! Do you love to see that light of understanding come on when you help a person learn something new? Our students need help in many different subjects: Reading, writing, science, algebra, etc. You may be the one who enables an adult student to reach her educational goal! CACE especially needs volunteers who can help our evening students. The reward in volunteering at CACE is the knowledge that you are making a difference in someone s life on a very direct level. You see them absorb and apply what you are showing them and you can see progress week by week. You can see the happiness and appreciation in their eyes and the pride they feel when they know they are learning. - Volunteer If you have the time and the desire to help, please contact Lori Miller at (408) (ext. 2616), or for information about how to get started Connecting CACE and Local Employers Share your employment expertise with students at CACE. We are always looking for presenters who have employment expertise that they can share with our students. If you are interested in presenting a career workshop, volunteering for our informational interview panel or being a guest speaker for CACE Career Services, please contact us at (408) Workforce Development CACE is an important partner in our region s workforce development system. Central to our core mission is to support students advancement along a career ladder leading to a job needed in our regional economy, with family-sustaining wages. Our instruction, curriculum and support services all are focused on helping CACE students in our ESL, Basic Skills and Adult High School programs prepare for success in their careers or college. We have a Guidance Advisor and Transition Specialists who will help CACE students make career plans, fill out applications, and explore what programs in our local community colleges are aligned to students goals. When you are a student at CACE, you receive personal, individual, and ongoing support. Page 4

5 CACE Locations CACE classes are offered at a variety of transitaccessible locations throughout the communities of the Campbell Union High School District. All locations are ADA accessible. Del Mar Learning Center MAIN OFFICE 1224 Del Mar Avenue San Jose, CA Bascom Library 1000 S. Bascom Ave San Jose, CA Blackford Center 3800 Blackford Avenue San Jose, CA Blackford Elementary School 1970 Willow St. San Jose, CA Boynton High School 901 Boynton Avenue San Jose, CA Branham High School 1570 Branham Lane San Jose, CA Campbell Community Center 1 W. Campbell Avenue Campbell, CA Campbell Library 77 Harrison Avenue Campbell, CA Dance Boulevard Studio 1824 Hillsdale Avenue San Jose, CA Del Mar High School 1224 Del Mar Avenue San Jose, CA Leigh High School 5210 Leigh Avenue San Jose, CA Prospect High School Prospect Road Saratoga, CA Rosemary School Family Learning Center 401 W. Hamilton Campbell, CA Sherman Oaks Community Center 1800 Fruitdale Avenue San Jose, CA Trinity Presbyterian Church 3151 Union Avenue San Jose, CA Westmont High School 4805 Westmont Avenue Campbell, CA CACE Leadership Team Dr. Bob Harper, Director Burr Guthrie Program Coordinator, Christine Denos, Guidance Advisor Val Clifford, Site Supervisor, Career Adviser, CalWORKS Site Rep Leslie Johnson-Tatsuta, ESL Curriculum Specialist Karen Weldon, ESL Transition Specialist Margarita Ortiz-Minett, CalWORKS Site Rep Deborah Muscari, Curriculum Specialist, Adult Secondary Programs Jennifer Parker-Adib Curriculum Specialist, EL Civics Lori Miller, Curriculum Specialist, Independent Study Heather Simonovich, Curriculum Specialist, FLEX Programs Terry Giorgetti, Curriculum Specialist, ESL/Family Literacy Jennifer Smith, ABE Curriculum Specialist Tim Kortenkamp, High School Diploma Curriculum Specialist Suzanne Ponder, Classified Rep, Service Clerk III Rosalva Cisneros, WIOA Accountability Clerk Page 5

6 Community Education LANGUAGES Spanish Level 1 (8040) $60 M 6:30pm 8:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 11 March 11 Room 1 DMHS Quarter 4: March 28 May 27 With more than 405 million speakers, Spanish is the second most popular language in the world. Therefore, speaking Spanish in today's world of business, especially in the Bay Area, can create the advantage you need to beat competition, whether you have Spanish speaking clients, employers or employees. If you are a beginner and have very little or no experience with the Spanish language, this is the class for you. It will provide you with a strong foundation in speaking, reading and writing. Register now. Classes fill up quickly. Book: Spanish Now, Level 1 by Ruth Silverstein, Heywood Wald, Allen Pomerantz, Nathan Quinones. Make sure to buy the book prior the first lesson. Instructor Victor Alvarado has over 20 years of teaching experience in private post-secondary institutions. Please purchase your book prior to class starting. This book will take care of Levels 1, 2 and 3 ISBN th Edition Spanish Level 1 (8040) $60 T 6:30pm 8:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 12 March 12 Room 1 DMHS Quarter 4: March 29 May 28 With more than 405 million speakers, Spanish is the second most popular language in the world. Therefore, speaking Spanish in today's world of business, especially in the Bay Area, can create the advantage you need to beat competition, whether you have Spanish speaking clients, employers or employees. If you are a beginner and have very little or no experience with the Spanish language, this is the class for you. It will provide you with a strong foundation in speaking, reading and writing. Register now. Classes fill up quickly. Book: Spanish Now, Level 1 by Ruth Silverstein, Heywood Wald, Allen Pomerantz, Nathan Quinones. Make sure to buy the book prior the first lesson. Instructor Victor Alvarado has over 20 years of teaching experience in private post-secondary institutions. Please purchase your book prior to class starting. This book will take care of Levels 1, 2 and 3 ISBN th Edition Spanish Level 2 (8041) $60 W 6:30pm 8:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 13 March 13 Room 1 DMHS Quarter 4: March 30 May 29 Do you feel you need to improve your Spanish speaking skills? Or increase your confidence in speaking Spanish? This course is perfect for those who have completed Spanish Level 1, or have some skills in Spanish, and desire to start working on more detailed expressions and cultural lessons. Students will continue to learn vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure. A very important part of this course is the creation of dialog and speaking common phrases among students. Book: Spanish Now, Level 1 by Ruth Silverstein, Heywood Wald, Allen Pomerantz, Nathan Quinones. The book is the same used for Level 1. If you already have it, there is no need to buy a new one, otherwise make sure to buy it prior the first lesson. The instructor, Victor Alvarado, has more than twenty years of experience teaching accounting in private post-secondary institutions. Please purchase your book prior to class starting. This book will take care of Levels 1, 2 and 3 ISBN th Edition Page 6

7 Community Education Spanish Level 3 (8042) $60 Th 6:30pm 8:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 14 March 14 Room 1 DMHS Quarter 4: March 31 May 30 If you completed Spanish Level 2, then this is the perfect class you need to take. You will continue to learn vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure, allowing you to cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time. Through the Oral Proficiency exercises you will feel encouraged to think and speak in Spanish. By the end of this course, the student should be comfortable speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish in the present tense. As in the previous two levels, many handouts will be used in this class. The book is the same used for Level 1 and Level 2. If you already have it, there is no need to buy a new one, otherwise make sure to buy it prior the first lesson. Book: Spanish Now, Level 1 by Ruth Silverstein, Heywood Wald, Allen Pomerantz, Nathan Quinones. The instructor, Victor Alvarado, has more than twenty years of experience teaching in private postsecondary institutions. Please purchase your book prior to class starting. This book will take care of Levels 1, 2 and 3 ISBN th Edition Conversation for Advanced Low ESL (8030) $60 TTh 12:15pm 2:15pm Quarter 3: Jan 12 March 12 Room 5 Blackford Quarter 4: March 29 May 28 Do you want to be confident when speaking English? Then this is the class for you. The focus is on conversation in small groups on a variety of everyday topics. Some discussions are guided and some spontaneous. Also, attention is given to correct grammar, slang and vocabulary. Class size is limited to 20 students. Instructor: Sandy Whitwell. Online registration is not available for this course. Conversation for Advanced High ESL (8031) $60 TTh 9:00am 11:00 am Quarter 3: Jan 12 March 12 Community Room Bascom Library Quarter 4: March 29 May 28 Do you want to be confident when speaking English? Then this is the class for you. The focus is on conversation in small groups on a variety of everyday topics. Some discussions are guided and some spontaneous. Also, attention is given to correct grammar, slang and vocabulary. Class size is limited to 20 students. Instructor: Sandy Whitwell. This class is for those who have completed Conversation for Advanced-Low ESL or who are at a higher level. Online registration is not available for this course. Native Accent/Online Pronunciation (8035) $60 per quarter (appointments) Improve your accent with this online program that pinpoints your exact errors in English pronunciation and demonstrates (via text, audio, and graphics) exactly what you need to do to correctly pronounce English words and phrases. Meet twice a month with the teacher for further instruction. System requirements: broadband internet access, browser with Adobe Flash installed, and a headset with a boom microphone. Instructor: Heather Simonovich. Online registration is not available for this course. Call (408) , ext to enroll. CACE Refund Policy: Please choose your classes carefully. We do not receive state funding for these classes. We need to limit refunds because fees collected pay teachers salaries. Students who voluntarily withdraw from class(es) will not receive refunds. Page 7

8 Community Education ARTS AND MUSIC String Ensemble (8090) $40 M 4:00pm 6:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 11 March 11 Room 59 DMHS Quarter 4: March 28 May 27 The Campbell String Ensemble welcomes musicians, budding and otherwise, to come together to practice and perform classical music. The semester will culminate in a performance in the DMHS Performing Arts Center. If you play a stringed instrument and you are interested in joining this band of amateurs (defined as those who love music), please register for this class. Students must bring their own music stand! Instructor: Sam Neipp. The Campbell Express-A Community Band (8092) $60 M 7:00pm 9:00pm February 22-May 23 (5-23 final class and concert) Room 59 DMHS Open to those who play or want to learn to play a traditional wind or percussion instrument. Some previous experience on any instrument is desired, but not required. Music to be rehearsed and performed will include marches, show-tunes, pop, standards, Big-Band and contemporary selections. The band will perform 2-3 times per year in the new DMHS Performing Arts Center, located on the DMHS campus. Instructor: Bill Burkhead. Interior Design (8014) $40 M 7:00pm 9:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 25 & Feb 1, Feb 8 & Feb 22, Feb 29 & Mar 7 Room 2 DMHS Quarter 4: Mar 21 & 28, Apr 11 & 18, Apr 25 & May 2 How To Redesign Your Home Using What You Already Own: A decorating guide to creating a personal oasis. Come be inspired to see the hidden potential of the home you already live in. Learn how furniture proximity, repurposing, and paint can reinvigorate a tired design. Learn picture hanging techniques and see how the right wall arrangement can redefine your entire space. Get motivated to go through your old treasures and learn how to display the bits and pieces of your life in a way that inspires you and your guests. Learn to look at interior design in a whole new way. You will leave this course full of ideas and with an understanding of how good interior design leaves you feeling connected to your home and uniquely expressed. Instructor: Jared Rohrer. CACE Refund Policy: Please choose your classes carefully. We do not receive state funding for these classes. We need to limit refunds because fees collected pay teachers salaries. Students who voluntarily withdraw from class(es) will not receive refunds. Page 8

9 ARTS AND MUSIC (cont.) Community Education Drawing and Watercolor (8010) $60 F 10:00am 12:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 15 Mar 11 Room 3 Sherman Oaks Quarter 4: Apr 1 May 27 Students will learn basic skills of drawing and painting in watercolor. They will explore color mixing and application, composition, and detail. Many detailed demonstrations, seascapes, landscapes, and florals will be emphasized. Materials list is provided at first class. Instructor: Bobbie Dixon. Knit and Crochet (8015) $60 F 12:30pm-2:30pm Quarter 3: Jan 15 Mar 11 Room 2 Blackford Quarter 4: Mar 25 May 27 Great for the beginner or the advanced student! Beginners will learn the basic skills of knitting/crocheting, how to read patterns, the ins and outs of materials. Intermediate/advanced students will develop current skills and learn new skills such as new stitches, working with beads and pattern altering and drafting. Make gifts or get inspired to finish that forgotten, unfinished project. Instructor: Janine Sahm. Creative Writing (8020) $50 Th 9:00am - 11:00am Quarter 3: Jan 14 March 17 Trinity Presbyterian Church Quarter 4: March 31 May 26 Use the intuitive method to unlock your literary potential. Put the critic aside, write "non-stop", make writing relaxing and fun. Work on memoirs, novels, short stories, poetry, articles and journals. Learn editing and publishing concepts. Many students publish and the class has created anthologies. Expect lively discussions. Guest authors. Instructor Lynn Rogers is the author of multiple books in print. Page 9

10 Community Education PHOTOGRAPHY Intro to Digital Photography (8073) $60 T 6:30pm 8:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 13-Feb weekend Room 2 DMHS Quarter 4: March 30 May weekend This course will cover topics such as aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and what the settings and dials do on your digital camera that have advanced controls. Having your own camera during class is highly recommended, although we will also cover different features and accessories that are available, so the course could be taken to help with a future buying decision. In addition to the 5 classroom sessions, there will be a field trip towards the end of the course. Instructor: Terry Yu. HISTORY AND OUR ROOTS Santa Clara Valley History (8023) $60 W 1:00pm 3:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 13 March 9 Room 2 Blackford Quarter 4: Mar 30 May 25 The California Experience will continue on by examining our local history with the American Period, at the close of the Mexican War and the beginning of setting up an American government in the state, writing of the first constitution in Monterey and the First Legislature in San Jose. We will look at the many individuals in this complicated and important period in our local history. It is also during the Gold Rush which brings other interesting events into play. We will continue examining the interesting people and events of the 19 th century in Santa Clara County. Class lessons will be sent via , so you can follow along with the lectures and discussions. Instructor: Mary Lou Lyon. Genealogy and Family History (8025) $60 W 1:00pm 3:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 13 March 9 Room 3 Blackford Quarter 4: Mar 30 May 25 Develop your analytical skills for genealogical research by using class members challenging case studies and exploring new sources of record collections. This class will focus on documenting your research and eliminating junk genealogy from your family tree. The instructor, Richard Rands, is president of the Silicon Valley Computer Genealogy Group. Page 10

11 HEALTH AND WELLNESS Community Education Self Defense for Women (7016) $65 T /Th 6:30pm-7:30pm $65 for each two-day, Tues/Thurs session Room 22 DMHS Quarter 3: Quarter 4: 1/12 & 1/14 Session 1 3/29 & 3/31 Session 1 1/26 & 1/28 Session 2 4/19 & 4/21 Session 2 2/2 & 2/4 Session 3 4/26 & 4/28 Session 3 2/23 & 2/25 Session 4 5/10 & 5/12 Session 4 3/8 & 3/10 Session 5 5/24 & 5/26 Session 5 This class will teach you how to use Situational Awareness to avoid an attack, and how to defend yourself physically, using simple, easy to remember moves that don t require physical strength. You will learn how to escape from several holds, and how to fight back intelligently, using vulnerable points and effective hits to escape an attacker. Class is taught as a two day session. Note: You must attend the first class in order to attend the second. Instructor: Rebecca O Bryan, Owner/Trainer: Defense-ability Women's Self Defense Training. Feldenkrais (7010) $65 T 10:00 am 11:00am Quarter 3: Jan 12 March 9 Dance Blvd. Studio Quarter 4: March 29 May 24 Feldenkrais is a system of learned intelligent movement for both health and rehabilitation. Learning new ways to move can be an essential addition to the treatment of neurological, orthopedic, chronic pain and stress-related conditions. The Awareness through Movement lessons guide students through movements that explore daily functions such as reaching, turning, breathing and walking. Easier movement means greater comfort performing everyday activities at work or home. Students should bring a comfortable mat or moving blanket as well as two large towels to class. Instructor: Joan McCarten. משה פנחס פלדנקרייז CACE Refund Policy: Please choose your classes carefully. We do not receive state funding for these classes. We need to limit refunds because fees collected pay teachers salaries. Students who voluntarily withdraw from class(es) will not receive refunds. Page 11

12 Community Education HEALTH AND WELLNESS (cont.) Gentle Yoga (7014) $65 T 8:45am 9:45am Quarter 3: Jan 12 March 9 Dance Blvd. Studio Quarter 4: March 29 May 24 Yoga is a centuries-old tradition of assuming and holding positions that stimulate health and a sense of wellbeing. Focusing on breath and the release of tension, yoga is important for all ages, but especially for older adults the increased flexibility and body toning that yoga accomplishes is even more important. This class, taught by Joan McCarten who has taught yoga for over 20 years, offers lessons of gentle stretching and breathing that leave the student both calmer and with more energy. Students should bring a yoga mat and two large towels to class. Mindfulness Practices to Grow Self Knowledge(7026) $60 Sat 9:15am-12:15pm Quarter 3: Jan 30 & Feb 6 Room 2 DMLC Quarter 4: April 23 & 30 Mindfulness practices grow emotional intelligence. By learning to mindfully pay attention, we begin to improve our relationships with ourselves and with others. This 2 week course will introduce the foundational practices in mindfulness, and will get you started with a meditation practice. These techniques will empower you to be more present during your day -- both on and off the meditation cushion. They will grow your attention, make you calmer, and help you skillfully cope with life. Class time will include some group and journaling activities. Please bring writing materials and a journal with you to class. Instructor: Casey Chainee, Mindfulness Instructor, Reiki Master/Teacher, Pranic Healer. HEALTH AND WELLNESS - DANCE Dance Boulevard Studio 1824 Hillsdale Avenue San Jose, CA Beginner Ballroom Dance for Exercise (7030) $65 T 10:00am 11:00am Quarter 3: Jan 12 Mar 8 Dance Blvd. Studio Quarter 4: March 29 May 27 Waltz, Foxtrot, and Tango make up the beautiful Ballroom dances. They are elegant and graceful, creating poise and sophistication for those who dare to learn. Join this group to develop your posture and coordination while you get a very light form of exercise. No prior experience necessary. No partner required. Class is designed for ages 50 and up and is a light form of exercise. CACE Refund Policy: Please choose your classes carefully. We do not receive state funding for these classes. We need to limit refunds because fees collected pay teachers salaries. Students who voluntarily withdraw from class(es) will not receive refunds. Page 12

13 HEALTH AND WELLNESS - DANCE (cont.) Community Education Beginner Latin Dance for Exercise (7031) $65 W 10:00am-11:00am Quarter 3: Jan 13 Mar 9 Dance Blvd. Studio Quarter 4: March 30 May 28 Rumba, Cha Cha, Merengue, Salsa and more create the Latin Style of Dance. These dances are accented by hip and rib cage movement which gives them a spice and sensuous feel. This class is designed for ages 50 and up and offers only a light form of exercise. Join us and develop your flexibility and coordination. No prior experience is necessary. No partner required. Beginner Night Club Dance for Exercise (7032) $65 Th 10:00am-11:00am Quarter 3: Jan 14 Mar 10 Dance Blvd. Studio Quarter 4: March 31 May 29 Swing, Hustle, Night Club Two Step create a style of dance known as "Night Club". It's not that you would only go to a night club to dance these, but that they are the newest in the era of partner dances. The dances accentuate the turning of the ladies to the newest and most current music. These dances are easy and fun. They are a must learn if you're going to be a social dancer. Classes are designed for ages 50 and up and offer only a light form of exercise. No prior experience is necessary. No partner required. Beginner Salsa (7040) $65 M 7:00pm 8:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 11 Mar 7 Dance Blvd. Studio Quarter 4: March 28 May 23 Learn to dance the basic steps of Salsa set to irresistible music. This class gives new dancers the repertoire of fun turns, arm loops and hip actions. No prior experience necessary. No partner required. Beginner Social Dance (7041) $65 Th 7:30pm 8:30pm Quarter 3: Jan 14 Mar 10 Dance Blvd. Studio Quarter 4: March 31 May 29 Have a blast as you learn the Foxtrot, Swing, Waltz, Cha Cha, and Rumba. With your newfound confidence you will navigate the dance floor and get some great exercise and fun. No prior experience necessary. No partner required. Beginner West Coast Swing (7042) $65 M 7:15pm 8:15pm Quarter 3: Jan 11 Mar 7 Dance Blvd. Studio Quarter 4: March 28 May 23 West Coast Swing is the California state dance. WCS can be danced to all kinds of music ranging from blues and pop to country western. No prior experience necessary. No partner required. Argentine Tango (7043) $65 T 7:00pm 8:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 12 Mar 8 Dance Blvd. Studio Quarter 4: March 29 May 27 This original tango is a progressive partner dance characterized by a close hold, a low center of gravity, and an emphasis on contra-body movement. The couples move around the floor in a counter-clockwise direction. It is sensuous, artistic and authentic. No partner required. Page 13

14 Career Education Manufacturing Technology 1 and 2 New program beginning Fall 2016 Did you know Manufacturing employs 1 in 6 workers in the San Jose Metro region, according to the San Jose Office of Economic Development. Begin your preparation for a job in manufacturing today at CACE! Students with no previous experience in manufacturing, as well as students with various levels of experience and /or training in the field of manufacturing, can take Manufacturing Technology 1 and 2 at CACE in preparation for Manufacturing and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Technology Career programs at De Anza Community College. These CACE project-based courses are designed to give students a variety of experiences from beginning to advanced metal fabrication processes. The Manufacturing 1 course objectives include safety and proper use of tools, sheet and bench metal work, welding, forging, heat treating, and machine shop operations. The Manufacturing 2 course objectives center on advanced sheet metal processes, welding, sand casting, general machine shop operations, and manufacturing concepts. Students will be enrolled in Manufacturing 1 or 2 based on a skills placement test. They will work on projects tailored to their level of expertise and previous knowledge. Students will also work on KeyTrain workplace soft skills and have the option of taking the WorkKeys test for certification. Take the National Career Readiness Certificate Test at CACE! Get Certified at CACE and Get Noticed! WorkKeys Career Readiness Certification Employers across the country are using Work- Keys Assessments to hire and promote skilled workers. WorkKeys test is $10 per administration for each of the 3 sub-tests. Free for CACE students Call (408) to register. Page 14

15 Career Education Child Health, Safety & Nutrition W 1:30pm 4:30pm* Jan. 13-April 20 *plus three Saturday classes 10-4 (3/5, 3/12 & 4/16) DMLC College Course: CHS 66 Child Safety, Health and Nutrition, (3) College Units in Child Studies. Designed as a first time to college class, there will be supplementary and supportive assistance individually and in groups to ensure success. The course in child safety, health and nutrition is designed for persons working with typical and atypical young children. It includes the study of infectious disease, preventative health practices, infant/child/adult first aid/cpr and injury prevention, nutrition components, food pyramid/plate, and menu planning. This course is designed to meet state requirements in accordance with SB This course includes certification in CPR and First Aid; nutrition practices for children; and policies and procedures to promote children s health. Special opportunity at no cost to students for the instruction, units, books and materials of this course. Instructor: Katherine Moore-Wines, West Valley College Child Studies Faculty. Career Counseling CACE students can meet with a career counselor who will help identify career training programs in our region, both in the community colleges and elsewhere, and help students know what they have to do to be ready for college and career. Career Resource Fair This is your chance to connect with agency representatives who will help you with your employment needs! Thursday March 17 10:00 am -12:00 pm Community College Tours Have you always wanted to learn more about the wonderful community colleges that are available to you here in Silicon Valley? Here s your chance to join us as we tour the campuses of West Valley, De Anza, Mission, Evergreen and San Jose City. (For more information contact Val ext April 25 May 6 College Tours Times Vary Page 15

16 Career Education Microsoft Office Specialist Del Mar Center, 1224 Del Mar Ave., San Jose, CA Instructor: Elaine Lagge Microsoft Office Specialist $60 M-F 12:00-3:00pm Quarter 3: Jan 4 Mar 18 Quarter 4: Mar 21 Jun 1 Computer Literacy for College and Careers $20 M-F 10:30am 11:30am Quarter 3: Jan 4 Mar 18 Quarter 4: Mar 21 Jun 1 We Are on the Work 2 Future Employment Training Provider List! Most jobs today require the ability to use a variety of computer applications effectively. As businesses continue to expand and rely on increasingly complex technology, the need for advanced training and professional certification becomes critically important. Give yourself a competitive edge by learning Microsoft Applications and become a Microsoft Office Specialist today! As an extra added value: This class satisfies high school Applied Arts and Elective requirements Students can meet with a career counselor outside of class for free to help them clarify career interests, goals and get support in finding office internships Special speakers from business and career workshops (see pg. 18 are offered throughout each semester GMetrix Practice Tests are FREE! Keytrain and WorkKeys Assessments are included in the price of your registration! Page 16

17 Career Education Microsoft Office Specialist Completion of the entire course of study can take up to one year depending on student s skill level when beginning the course. This class offers students a flexible environment to enhance their office skills and obtain industry certification. Through a blend of whole class instruction, group and independent work, students progress at their own pace and can complete individual components or ALL of the following components to achieve their goals and certification: Keyboarding NEED A TYPING TEST for your employment search? Typing Test Certificate $25.00 per test Digital Literacy Skills: Internet, Computer Operations, Google Docs Certification Business Soft Skills - Certification Keytrain Communication, Business Writing, Soft Skills- Certification Microsoft Office Specialist Word (see below for certification price) Microsoft Office Specialist Excel (see below for certification price) Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint (see below for certification price) Microsoft Certification Take the MOS Certificate Test at CACE! $35 per test Schedule with Instructor Elaine Lagge Microsoft Office Specialist Word Microsoft Office Specialist Excel Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint Page 17

18 CalWORKS Career Services CalWORKS and Teen Parent Program If you meet certain income requirements and have children under the ages of 18, you may be eligible to receive cash assistance, support with school tuition, healthcare and transportation. There are three ways to find out if you qualify: PHONE: Online: APPLY IN PERSON: Santa Clara County Social Services 1867 Senter Rd. San Jose, CA For more information please contact: Val Clifford, CalWORKs Coordinator at (408) OR Margarita Ortiz-Minett CalWORKs Site Counselor at (408) x2617 OR Our CalWORKS Site Reps and our Counselor can give qualified students information about CalFresh and other important resources. WorkKeys Career Readiness Certification Employers across the country are using Work- Keys Assessments to hire and promote skilled workers. WorkKeys test is $10 per administration for each of the 3 sub-tests. Free for CACE Students. Page 18

19 High School Equivalency Testinfg Center CACE is an official GED Test Center. Visit: ged.com for more information on how to register for the test at the many Pearson-Vue test centers. GED Test dates on Saturdays at Del Mar Learning Center: January 9 GED February 6 GED March 5 GED April 2 GED May 7 GED May 28 GED CACE is also an official HiSet Test Center. For more information about the HiSET High School Equivalency test and to find out how to register, visit: hiset.ets.org. HiSET Test dates on Saturdays at the Del Mar Learning Center: January 23 HiSET February 27 HiSET March 19 HiSET April 16 HiSET May 21 HiSET June 4 HiSET Both the GED and HiSET have been approved by the State of California as official High School Equivalency assessments and qualify for college entrance and financial aid. CACE offers classes to prepare for both tests, in English and Spanish. Page 19

20 High School Diploma and HSE Preparation All new students in the High School Diploma/High School Equivalency (GED and HiSET exams) program must attend an orientation and assessment session. Please call CACE at (408) to make an appointment. We are here to help you get ready for Careers and College. Adult Basic Ed HSE/ GED HiSET English/ Math Skills HS Diploma Careers and College Adult Basic Ed (ABE) supports students who need to upgrade basic skills in reading, writing and math so they can secure employment, find better employment, increase English language skills, pass the High School Equivalency Exama (GED, HiSET) or obtain a high school diploma. With the support of teachers who blend technology, online, whole group and individual instruction, students can progress rapidly because learning is individualized. The High School Diploma Classroom provides the opportunity for adult students to earn credits toward a high school diploma. Instruction is individualized so each student works on the specific courses he or she needs. Courses are textbook and computerbased, and teachers work with students one-on-one and in group activities. Goal setting, skill building, and career planning are incorporated into this class. HSE/GED/HiSET Preparation classes help students gain the knowledge and skills needed to pass the four GED tests or five HiSET tests. Instruction includes textbook assignments, video instruction, computer programs, and individual and whole class activities focused on skillbuilding, test-taking skills and goalsetting (including college readiness). A CACE counselor or Transition Specialist will help all students in these programs research career pathways to find high paying jobs in the regional economy. We encourage all students to think about continuing to study at the local community colleges, and we ll help you navigate the sometimes confusing world of the colleges. Page 20 Independent Study Program allows students to work on high school diploma courses or prepare for the HSE at home. Students are assigned a minimum of 15 hours of homework to complete each week for diploma classes and a minimum of 12 hours of homework to complete each week. for the GED or HiSET Exanm preparation. Student meets individually with his or her teacher for a weekly appointment to discuss completed work, take tests, revise essays, etc. A high reading level, motivation, and self-discipline are required to successfully complete courses through ISP.

21 High School Diploma and HSE/GED Preparation High School Diploma and HSE (GED and HiSET) Prep Classes and Independent Study are at our Del Mar Learning Center, 1224 Del Mar Avenue, San Jose. Integrated Basic Educational Skills Training - ABE/Pre HSE Adult Basic Ed M-F 8:30am -10:30am Smith/Lagge (Pre-HSE/HS and Career Readiness) ABE Writing Lab M-F 10:30 11:30 Smith ABE/Computers M-F 10:30 11:30 Lagge Adult Basic Education (Pre-HSE/HS Diploma and Career Readiness) Adult Basic Ed M-F 12:00pm 3:00pm Kortenkamp ABE Writing Lab M-T-W 12:00pm 3:00pm Smith Adult Basic Ed M-Th 6:00pm 9:00pm Ortiz-Minett High School Diploma Subjects Courses leading to a HS Diploma HS Diploma Subjects M-F 8:30am 11:30am Kortenkamp HS Diploma Subjects M-F 12:00pm 3:00pm Kortenkamp HS Diploma Subjects M-W 6:00pm 9:00pm Burnham Independent Study Both HS Diploma and HSE Preparation HS Independent Study M-F 9:00am 1:00pm By appointment HS Independent Study M-Th 5:00pm 9:00pm By appointment HS Independent Study F 10:00am 2:00pm By appointment HSE Preparation GED and HiSET Certificate of High School Equivalency HSE Preparation M-F 9:00am 12:00pm Muscari HSE Preparation M-F 12:00pm 3:00pm Kortenkamp HSE 1 Preparation M-W 6:00pm 9:00pm Bedoya HSE 2 Preparation M-W 6:00pm 9:00pm Burnham Spanish HSE 1 M-W 6:00pm 9:00pm C. Landaverde Spanish HSE 2 M-W 6:00pm 9:00pm K. Landaverde High School Graduation Requirements at CACE Two hundred (200) semester credits are required above the eighth grade level to receive a high school diploma through Campbell Adult and Community Education. Students must meet all state and local requirements for graduation. However, physical education is not required for an adult education high school diploma and cannot be counted toward the total requirements. CACE is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and high school diplomas are awarded by the Campbell Union High School District. Graduation requirements are the same as those of the CUHSD, with some minor differences for adults. RESIDENCY AND ADDITIONAL CREDIT REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRAD- UATION AT CACE: A student must earn a minimum of 10 credits in residence at Campbell Adult and Community Education and may not graduate earlier than his/her class would normally have graduated from the comprehensive or alternative high schools. Page 21

22 English as a Second Language CACE offers five levels of ESL classes with morning, afternoon, and evening schedules. All ESL students, including online students. must take an assessment test during registration, which will tell us which class level best meets your needs. Please call (408) to make an appointment for your registration and assessment. Ofrecemos seis niveles de inglés como segundo idioma por la mañana, tarde, y noche. Para matricularse en los cursos de inglés usted necesitará presentar el examen de ingreso que se da a todos y que nos indica la clase que mejor le sirve. Llame al (408) CACE cung cấp sáu cấp độ của các lớp học ESL và chúng tôi có các lớp vào buổi sáng, buổi chiều, và buổi tối. Tất cả học sinh ESL phải lấy một bài kiểm tra trước khi xắp xếp vào lớp, bài kiểm tra này sẽ cho chúng tôi biết trình độ Anh Ngữ của quý vị. Xin vui lòng gọi (408) 本 校 為 讓 同 學 方 便, 開 設 有 早 中 晚,6 種 不 同 程 度 的 英 文 班. 所 有 來 註 冊 的 學 生, 必 須 考 英 文 程 度 測 驗 以 助 分 班. 我 們 歡 迎 所 有 不 同 程 度 的 學 生 都 來 報 名. 任 何 英 文 能 力 都 收. 請 來 電 (408) یادگیری زبان انگلیسی به عنوان زبان دوم مرکز آموزشی کهیس کالسهای یاد گیری زبان انگلیسی را که در شش سطح مختلف در کالسهای مجزای صبح بعدازظهر و شب ارائه میدهد. از عالقمندان به شرکت در این کالسها امتحان ورودی به عمل خواهد آمد. این امتحان به منظور مشخص کردن کالس درخور سطح معلومات دانش آموزان انجام میپذیرد. برای کسب اطالعات بیشتر و تعیین وقت برای نامنویسی با شمار تلفن ۲۰۴۳-۶۳۶- ۰۴۴ تماس حاصل فرمایید. WAITING LISTS: There is such a need for English classes and many adult schools have had to reduce their ESL programs. Students may be placed on a waiting list before there is space in a class, depending on the site or the level. If students are on a waiting list we hope they chose to study English in an online class. Be sure to let us know if this is a good choice for you. The County of Santa Clara maintains a site for search ESL classes around the county: Page 22

23 CACE offers a variety of classes with morning, afternoon, and evening schedules. Classes meet for four sessions and each session runs 8-9 weeks (four quarters per year). We offer ESL Levels 1-4 and two ESL Transition classes These classes address all four essential language skills listening, speaking, reading and writing and follow a rigorous academic curriculum. Students are tested on a quarterly basis. ESL 5/Transition prepares students for transition to ABE and High School level classes, and to college and careers. ESL Transition Specialist We have an adviser who can meet with students to develop a plan for careers or college. Students can meet individually with the adviser. Please call (408) for further information. ESL FLEX classes are for students who are not able to attend class every day. Students in these classes complete most of the work at home and meet with the teacher once a week. ESL classes at Rosemary, Sherman Oaks, and Luther Burbank include parents who have school-age children and want to support them in school. CACE offers other ESL classes that meet student needs: Classes at the Campbell Library and the Campbell Community Center offer a flexible curriculum for students to learn practical and communicative English. These classes are for students who do not plan to get a job or go to college or who are retired. Fee-based Conversation for Advanced ESL classes for students who are at an advanced level and want to speak more fluently. These classes are for students who do not want to go to college or get a job in the near future, or are temporarily in the country. Free Citizenship classes on Saturday mornings at Del Mar from 9:00-12:00 for those who want to apply and prepare for citizenship. Your assessment results, goals and objectives, and time preference will determine which ESL class best meets your needs. Students who wish to take ESL 1-4, ESL 5/Transition, and ESL FLEX must first come to the office to register, and sign up for an assessment session. The assessment consists of a a short orientation, a pretest, and an oral interview. Allow 3 hours for the assessment and do not bring children. Please call (408) for further information. about assessment dates and times. English as a Second Language Program at CACE Page 23

24 English as a Second Language Schedule All ESL Students must pre-register for assessment and orientation before starting the classes. No student at the Blackford and Del Mar Locations will start class without first registering in the offices for the assessment dates. Classes at Rosemary, Sherman Oaks, Blackford Elementary, and Burbank are general ESL classes, but have special activities that help parents build family literacy and understand how to support their children in school. Blackford Center, 3800 Blackford Avenue, San Jose, CA ESL 1-4 M-F 9:00am 12:00pm ESL 5/Transition T-F 9:00am 12:00pm ESL 1/2 Multi level M/T/Th 12:30pm 2:30pm ESL Conversation T/Th 12:30pm 2:30pm FLEX Ind. ESL M /W 9:00am 12:00pm (appointments) ESL 1 M/T/Th 6:00pm 9:00pm ESL 2-4 M-Th 6:00pm 9:00pm Del Mar Learning Center, 1224 Del Mar Ave., San Jose, ESL 1/2 Multi level M/W/F 12:30pm 3:30pm ESL 3/4 Multi level T/Th 12:30pm 3:30pm ESL 1-4 M-Th 6:00pm 9:00pm ESL 5/Transition M-Th 6:00pm 9:00pm FLEX Ind. ESL W 6:00pm 9:00pm (appointments) FLEX Ind. ESL Sat 9:00am 1:00pm (appointments) Prospect High School, Prospect Road, Saratoga, CA ESL 1-4 M/W 6:30pm 9:00pm Rosemary School Family Learning Center, 401 W.Hamilton Ave., Campbell, ESL 1-4 M/T/Th/F 8:30am 11:30am ESL Multi-Level M/T/Th/F 12:00pm 2:00pm Sherman Oaks Community Center, 1800 Fruitdale Ave., San Jose, ESL 1-2 M-Th 8:30am 11:30am Bascom Library, 1000 S. Bascom Ave., San Jose, ESL 3-4 M-Th 9:15am 12:15pm Campbell Community Center, 1 W. Campbell Ave., Campbell, Survival English Th/F 9:30am 11:30am Campbell Library, 77 Harrison Ave., Campbell, Everyday English W 10:00am 12:00pm Blackford Elementary School, 1970 Willow St., San Jose, ESL 1-4 M-Th 8:45am 11:45am HSE Spanish, Del Mar Learning Center, 1224 Del Mar Ave., San Jose, Some students who are Spanish speaking may choose to prepare to take and pass the GED ir HiSET tests in Spanish. We offer two classes in Spanish to help develop the skills necessary to pass the GED. See p. 19 for more information about test dates. CACE is an official GED and HiSET test center. HSE 1 Spanish M-W 6:00pm 9:00pm HSE 2 Spanish M-W 6:00pm 9:00pm FREE! Page 24

25 English as a Second Language Conversation & FLEX Native Accent/Online Pronunciation Course (8035) $60 (appointments) Improve your accent with this online program that pinpoints your exact errors in English pronunciation, and demonstrates (via text, audio, and graphics) exactly what you need to do to correctly pronounce English words and phrases. Meet twice a month with the teacher for further instruction. System requirements: broadband internet access, browser with Adobe Flash installed, and a headset with a boom microphone. Instructor: Heather Simonovich Call ext to enroll. Conversation for Advanced Low ESL (8030) $60 T/Th 12:15pm-2:15pm Quarter 3: Jan 12 March 12 Room 5 Blackford Quarter 4: March 29 May 28 See page 7 for more information. Instructor: Sandy Whitwell Conversation for Adv. High ESL (8031) $60 T/Th 9:00am-11:00am Quarter 3: Jan 12 March 12 Community Room Bascom Library Quarter 4: March 29 May 28 See page 7 for more information, Instructor: Sandy Whitwell Citizenship Helping new citizens adjust to their new country, helping them understand our government and ideals, and supporting Immigrant Integration, has been a core service of California s adult schools since FREE! CACE s Citizenship program assists adults who are preparing to become United States citizens. Using books, group activities and online resources, students study United States history; learn about federal, state and local governments; and discuss current events. Students review the most commonly asked questions on the Naturalization exam with the goal to pass the test successfully. Classes are held on Saturdays from 9:00am-12:00pm at the CACE Del Mar Learning Center and are free of charge. Open enrollment. Students may walk in and register with the teacher on site. Instructor: Sandra Quijano. Page 25

26 Registration for Community Ed To register in Community Education and MS IT classes fill out this page and mail in with payment (check or money order) to: Campbell Adult & Community Education 1224 Del Mar Avenue, San Jose, CA Note: Registration form and payment must be received at least one week before the start of class. You will not receive a confirmation call. Page 26

27 How to Register: Students who are interested in ESL, High School Diploma/High School Equivalency Prp, and MS IT Academy classes must register and sign up to take an assessment test prior to enrollment. Assessments are given periodically throughout the school year. Students may call (408) or send an to for information about assessment dates and times. Community Education classes are on the following schedule: Fall Quarter 3: January 11 March 11 Fall Quarter 4: March 21 May 27 Students who are interested in Community Education classes may register for classes in a variety of ways: Online: Mail or Walk in: Campbell Adult & Community Education, 1224 Del Mar Avenue, San Jose, CA For more information call: (408) CACE Refund Policy: Please choose your classes carefully. We do not receive state funding for these classes. We need to limit refunds because fees collected pay teachers salaries. Students who voluntarily withdraw from class(es) will not receive refunds. Class Cancellation: Community Education classes do not receive any state funding. If a class does not have minimum enrollment, it is subject to cancellation. Refunds will be given if CACE cancels classes. A service to the community by the Campbell Union High School District Patrick Gaffney, Superintendent Tanya Krause, Deputy Superintendent, Human Resources Brett McFadden, Assistant Superintendent, Business Services Mary Streshly, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services UNIFORM COMPLAINT PROCEDURES: The Campbell Union High School District has the primary responsibility to insure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations and has established procedures to address allegations of unlawful discrimination and complaints alleging violation of state or federal laws governing educational programs. The Campbell Union High School District shall investigate and seek to resolve complaints using policies and procedures known as the Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP) adopted by our local board. Unlawful discrimination complaints may be based on actual or perceived sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color, or mental or physical disability, or age, or on a person s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics, in any program or activity that receives or benefits from state financial assistance. The UCP shall also be used when addressing complaints alleging failure to comply with state and/or federal laws in Adult Education, Career Technical And Technical Education And Training Programs, Special Education Programs, and Federal Safety Planning Requirements. Complaints must be filed in writing with the compliance officer: Deputy Superintendent, Human Resources Tanya Krause. Page 27

28 CACE is an official testing center for: HiSET Languages p. 6 Spanish, English Conversation Arts and Music p. 8 String Ensemble, Campbell Express Band, Drawing and Watercolor, Knit and Crochet, Creative Writing Photography p. 10 Intro to Digital Photography History and Our Roots p. 10 Genealogy, Santa Clara Valley History Health and Wellness p. 11 Self-Defense for Women, Feldenkrais, Gentle Yoga, Mindfulness Practices to Grow Self-Knowledge Health and Wellness - Dance p. 12 Beginner Dance (Ballroom, Latin, Night Club, Salsa, Social, Swing, Argentine Tango Night Club), Argentine Tango Manufacturing Technology p. 14 Child Health, Safety, Nutrition (West Valley CC Credit) p. 15 Microsoft Office Specialist p. 16 GED and HiSET Testing p. 19 High School & Equivalency Prep p.20 English as a Second Language p. 22 Citizenship p. 25 A service to the community by the Campbell Union High School District Campbell Adult and Community Education 1224 Del Mar Ave., San Jose, CA Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage Paid KING CITY PERMIT NO, 34 ECRWSS Residential Customer

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