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1 SUMMER 2014 COMMUNITY EDUCATION

2 Expand Your Horizons Kids and Teen College at the College of Southern Maryland (CSM) continues with its tradition of offering comprehensive, summer enrichment programs for children ages five to 17 years old. Classes are offered at the college campuses in Calvert, Charles, and St. Mary s counties. These half-day or full-day programs allow kids and teens to design their own summer experience specific to their interests from art in the morning to academics in the afternoon or a full day of sports. Summer days are well spent at CSM. Let your child/teen come to the campus and discover a new skill, meet new friends, and explore the world. The potential is unlimited. 2 Register at

3 Table of Contents Acting, Theater, and Dance...4 Art and Drawing...6 Board Games and Strategy...8 Career Academy...9 Community Service...11 Computer, Gaming, and Video Gaming Cooking, Cakes, and Desserts History, Maps, and Geocaching...21 Literature and Reading Personal Development Science and Math: STEM and STEAM Sports and Survival Courses Warm-Up/Cool-Down Schedule At A Glance Important Parent Information Ways to Register CSM Payment Plan (FACTS) Registration Forms CAMPUS LOCATIONS La Plata Campus (LAPL) 8730 Mitchell Road, PO Box 910 La Plata, MD or Leonardtown Campus (LEON) Hollywood Road Leonardtown, MD Prince Frederick Campus (PRIN) 115 J.W. Williams Road Prince Frederick, MD CONTACT INFORMATION Kids and Teen College Jenn Hamilton, MEd, EdS Course Manager John Terlesky, CPP Program Coordinator For more information: or , ext For more information:

4 ACTING, THEATER, AND DANCE NEW Explore the World of Theater Explore the world through an actor s eyes and participate in a completed production. This TWO week course will provide enrichment activities on the various aspects of theater including acting, directing, producing and reviewing a play. Invite your friends and family to a finished production on the last day of the second week. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-5000 tuition: $99 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 4:30PM Jul 21 Aug 1 FA100 LAPL Class Act Calling all young actors! Ever wondered what it would be like to be a character or act in your own scenes? Develop confidence, self-expression, and group interaction through improvisation, acting games, and vocabulary. This class is perfect for the beginner as well as the intermediate young actor. AAY-5140 tuition: $30 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM FA100 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A206 LEON NEW Set, Stage, Costume Design While the actors are onstage there is another world behind the curtains. During this TWO week course you will experience the life backstage and learn how to design the set, stage the props and transform actors through their costumes. Invite friends and family to the production at the end of the two weeks and show off your newly learned skills. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-5010 tuition: $99 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 4:30PM Jul 21 Aug 1 FA100 LAPL 4 Register at

5 Circus Camp Step right up! Explore the world of a circus performer, the traditions and the feels of being under the Big Top. Take your turn at trying out this non-competitive and challenging art form that combines the physical activity with cultural arts which includes acrobatics, juggling, improvisation, stilt walking, tight wire, and other circus experiences. Improvements in hand eye coordination, balance, and self-confidence are just some of the noticeable benefits. Circus camp is under the direction of Michael Rosman, a graduate of Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey Circus Clown College, and veteran of many circus performances in both traditional American and Cirque style shows. Michael and his coaches have more than 20 years of experience teaching circus skills. *Sneakers and comfortable clothing required. Prerequisite: Ages 9-14 AAY-6790 tuition: $67 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 A206 LEON M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 4:30PM PFA206 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 4:30PM FA100 LAPL Acting for Teens Develop a solid acting technique while having fun in the process. Discover what it s really like to work on stage and experience the thrill of improvisation. Learn the fundamentals of acting in a supportive and energetic environment. AAY-9060 tuition: $30 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM PFA206 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A206 LEON NEW A Decade of Music for Kids Sing it out and dance it up for a week in this fun filled class. Practice top 40 hits of the decades in all genres of music. Your week long musical journey will end with a performance on the last day of class. No special experience is necessary for this class.this class will of following directions, reading, music, dance, research and comprehension. KTC-5020 tuition: $30 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST111 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A206 LEON NEW A Decade of Music for Teens Sing it out and dance it up for a week in this fun filled class. Practice top 40 hits of the decades in all genres of music. Your week long musical journey will end with a performance on the last day of class. No special experience is necessary for this class. This class will of following directions, reading, music, dance, research and comprehension. KTC-5030 tuition: $30 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A206 LEON For more information:

6 ART AND DRAWING Duct Tape Art- Beginners Duct tape is like the Force. There s a light side and a dark side and you will see how it holds the universe together. Come explore new uses of duct tape and how it functions as an art. Use duct tape and paper to create 3D pieces, both functional and nonfunctional, such as unique accessories and decoration items. This class will of following directions, measuring, math and comprehension skills. All new activities will be created. AAY-5250 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST108 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B314 LEON NEW A Sticky Situation-Duct Tape Art-Kids Duct tape an art material? Yes it is! This is your chance to explore the many uses for duct tape and how you can use it to create your very own artwork. We ll use duct tape to create 2-D and 3-D fine art pieces - both functional and non-functional. Learn to make items like flowers, bags, and wallets, as well as other 3-D sculptures and 2-D collages. The sky is the limit! This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, art, research and comprehension. Prerequisite: KTC-5060 or AAY-5250; Ages 7-10 KTC-5070 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM ST111 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B315 LEON NEW Drawing Basics for Kids Learn basic drawing skills, emphasizing drawing from direct observation with a variety of traditional drawing materials and techniques. You will analyze and critique contemporary and historic art works, and work in pencil, charcoal, and pastels. Topics to be covered include line and shape, contour, perspective and composition, drawing materials, and drawing techniques. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. KTC-5100 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST109 LAPL M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM B315 LEON Drawing for Teens Yes! You CAN draw! This class will take the mystery out of drawing; learn how to make a direct connection between what you see and what you draw. Learn the fundamentals of art beginning with line value shading, composition, perspective and more. Go beyond those stick figures to become a drawing dynamo! AAY-8940 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM ST109 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM C301 LEON NEW Imagination Art for Kids Travel thorough the history of art as evidenced through stylistic changes seen from the old masters to today s contemporary artists. Topics include an overview of specific period styles, identification of artists techniques and how art is impacted and related to world events. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, history, research and comprehension. *A large shirt is needed as a paint smock. KTC-5120 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM B207 LEON 6 Register at

7 NEW Multicultural Art for Kids Grandma talks about the songs of the old days, grandpa shares stories about his first car, mom and dad talk about the music from their high school years, but what happened before their time? Get ready to discover art from around the world! Here you will find traditional folk art techniques from Africa, South America, North America, Australia (and more). You will make cool multicultural creations and learn more about the world around you with a variety of art materials. Projects can include music, dance, sewing and a variety of art methods. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, music, history, research and comprehension. *A large shirt is needed as a paint smock. KTC-5130 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST108 LAPL M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM B314 LEON NEW Painting Picasso-Kids Not artistic? Don t know how to paint? Don t worry! Our instructors will guide you step by step to experience a magical transformation from a blank canvas to your finished masterpiece! Paint Starry Nights like Vincent Van Gogh or a still-life or even a self-portrait. Topics include brushes and equipment, perspective, mixing colors, lighting, shadow, reflections, texture, pastels, fine arts, and techniques for achieving a desired effect. Invite family members to the Gallery Showing on Friday to share your creations. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. *A large shirt is needed as a paint smock. KTC-5150 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA237 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST109 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B207 LEON NEW Pinterest Plenty-Kids Pinterest is currently one of the hottest social media outlets for students and adults alike. You will create unique craft ideas found on the site, learn how to navigate the website, research activities, and create items for gifts or to keep for yourself. This class will of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. * A large shirt is needed as a paint smock. KTC-5170 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST114 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B207 LEON NEW Pinterest Plenty-Teens Pinterest is currently one of the hottest social media outlets for students and adults alike. You will create unique crafts, learn how to navigate the website, research activities and create items for gifts or to keep for yourself. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. *A large shirt is needed as a paint smock. KTC-5180 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM ST226 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM C301 LEON NEW Starving Artists-Kids Learn to draw an item and then learn to paint the drawn subject. Designed for individuals interested in devoting their attention to enhancing/improving their artistic skills and will benefit anyone from the beginner to the individual already involved in the creation of art. Whether your interest is in art or traditional image, to the excitement of contemporary creations, you will gain confidence, skills and satisfaction of personal expression. Invite your family to visit a Gallery Showing on Friday to share in your creations. This class will of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. *A large shirt is needed as a paint smock. KTC-5190 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST109 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B315 LEON For more information:

8 NEW Design Your Own Wearable Art-Kids Ever wondered what it would be like to create you own wearable art? Let your creativity go free in this class and enjoy learning about the fundamentals of designing your own wearable art. Design your own creations such as jewelry, shirts, and shoes with basic beading techniques, painting, dying and various embellishments. Please feel free to bring any assortment of gemstones and beads, and even any unfinished projects are welcome. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. *Bring one pair of plain canvas tennis shoes and a plain t-shirt to class in the student s size. KTC-5450 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST109 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM B207 LEON NEW Eric Carle Brown bear, brown bear what do you see? I see a hungry caterpillar looking at me. Compare the different worlds of art and literature while exploring Eric Carle s methods of illustrating his award winning books. Experiment with the different techniques available to artists and illustrate your own literary phenomenon. Explore how art and literature can share a world together and become a young artist that writes and illustrates your own story to share with friends and family. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. *A large shirt is needed as a paint smock. Prerequisite: Ages 5-6 LKC-5010 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA236 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST111 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM B215 LEON NEW Design Your Own Wearable Art-Teens Bring your creativity and learn the basics to designing wearable art. Learn the fundamentals and create your own wearable art by designing creations such as jewelry, shirts, shoes with basic beading techniques, using wooden beads, beading wire, painting, dying and various embellishments. Please feel free to bring any assortment of gemstones and beads, and even any unfinished projects are welcome. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. *Bring one pair of plain canvas tennis shoes and a plain t-shirt to class in the student s size. KTC-5460 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST109 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM C304 LEON NEW Rainbow Fish Friendship is a wonderful thing and being selfish is nothing to be proud of. Learn how to be satisfied with who you are and how to be friends with others while standing up for yourself. Explore how art and literature can share a world together and become an artist that writes and illustrates their own story to share with friends and family. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. *A large shirt is needed as a paint smock. Prerequisite: Ages 5-6 LKC-5040 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA225 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST114 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM B314 LEON BOARD GAMES AND STRATEGY Chess and Backgammon Strategies Knowing the rules of chess and backgammon is only the first step to playing the game. Your knowledge of strategies and ability to employ them will determine your win-loss ratio. AAY-6120 tuition: $30 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM ST227 LAPL 8 Register at

9 CAREER ACADEMY NEW Career Academy: Human Resource Skills Ready to get a job and earn your own spending money? Not sure where to start or how to make a great first impression in the interview? Topics include the human resource function in businesses, hiring processes, labor relations, employee rights, employment laws, workplace policies and employee benefit programs. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-9090 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA236 PRIN M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM ST217 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 B214 LEON NEW Career Academy: Dental Assistant Interested in learning about a career in the dental assistant field? Wonder what it will take to work in a dental office? This course will show you what is needed to achieve your dream of being a dental assistant from the requirements for college to getting the job interview. Topics include school requirements, dental terminology and anatomy; disease transmission; instrumentation, disinfection and sterilization; dental records, charting and much more. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-9100 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA225 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 B315 LEON NEW Career Academy: Homeland Security Code Orange, Code Yellow, what do these codes mean to national security? Interested in finding out more about homeland security and defense careers? Designed to provide instruction in homeland security and defense career fields, US Homeland Security and Defense strategies, objectives and key players. Topics will also include strengths and weaknesses of Homeland Security and Defense policies, and procedures and operations with respect to US foreign policy. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-9200 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA225 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST111 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM B315 LEON NEW Career Academy: Cyber Security Interested in learning about a career in cyber security? Designed for students who are interested in the technology industry and who aspire to positions that require knowledge of cyber security, you will be introduced to the business processes that support the protection of business information. Topics will also include how to identify common threats and attacks employed against Web-accessible applications, the role of cryptography, and issues related to security management and network security. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-9150 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA237 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST114 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B307 LEON For more information:

10 NEW Career Academy: Criminal Justice Criminal justice is a world within itself, the career opportunities are almost endless. What does it take to be a police officer, sheriff s deputy, state correction s officer or even the Sheriff? You will learn what is needed to achieve your dream of working in the criminal justice field; from higher education requirements to getting a job interview. Topics will also include available opportunities with federal agencies in the criminal justice field. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-9140 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA225 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST114 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM C301 LEON NEW Career Academy: Firefighter Smoke, flames, water, trucks, fire hoses, and fire houses are all tools of the trade when you become a fire fighter. You will learn about performing basic firefighting operations as part of a firefighting team. Topics to be covered include: fire department organization; communications and incident command system; ropes and knots; fire behavior; safety; fire prevention; personal protective equipment; fire extinguishers; respiratory protection; ventilation; hose lines; forcible entry; search and rescue procedures; and ladder and sprinkler systems. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-9180 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 PFA236 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST217 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B214 LEON NEW Career Academy: Emergency Medical Tech Ever wonder what it would be like to help save a life? Think about riding in an ambulance as a career? Designed to introduce you to the world of Emergency Medical Service (EMS) personnel,and will provide instruction related to the performance of skills for basic emergency care in a pre-hospital setting. Topics will also include requirements for the Maryland EMT practice protocols and preparation for National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians EMT-B certification. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-9170 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM Jun 16 Jun 20 PFA236 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST111 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM B214 LEON NEW Career Academy: Nurse Hospitals, private nursing, assisted facilities, along with many options available in the nursing field will be explored in this course. Learn what the difference is between the levels of nursing and the career opportunities available to all. Discover what it takes to become a Certified Nursing Assistant, Licensed Practical Nurse or a Registered Nurse. This class will of following directions, career readiness, job interview, higher education requirements, research and comprehension. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-9250 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST217 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM C214 LEON NEW Career Academy: Radiology X-rays, MRI s, Ultra-Sounds are just a few of the career options available to students in radiology. This course is designed for interested in the health care field of radiology. Topics include types of radiological, pathology,laboratory procedures and education requirements. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, career readiness, job interview, higher education requirements, research and comprehension. Prerequisite: Ages KTC-9290 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM Jun 16 Jun 20 C301 LEON Counselor in Training Program If you enjoy working with children and are 15 or 16 years old, this is the training program you ve been waiting for! Gain experience while volunteering in our Counselor in Training Program. Train under the guidance of fulltime Kids and Teen College staff, coordinators, and counselors. You will assist with the supervision and safety of our kids and teen college students, material distribution, and classroom instruction. Valuable experience will be gained for future employment opportunities. The program will run from mid-june through mid-august and orientation training is required before the start of Kids and Teen College. Flexible scheduling will be permitted for personal time and vacations. For further information, please call or Prerequisite: Ages 15+ AAY-5180 tuition: $52 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 4:30PM Jun 16 Aug 8 PFA238 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 4:30PM Jun 23 Aug 8 BI220B LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 4:30PM Jun 16 Aug 8 B206 LEON 10 Register at

11 COMMUNITY SERVICES NEW Beyond the Lemonade Stand-Kids Feeding the hungry, donating presents to the less fortunate, and performing errands for the elderly are all different ways that people can donate time towards the community. Working together, you will learn to solve problems and make decisions and successfully contribute to your community. You will also connect local concerns with global issues and gain an awareness of others. All this will serve you now and years later as you transition out of school and into the adult world! Learn how to help the community around you and go above and Beyond the Lemonade Stand. This class will of following directions, community service, small business, entrepreneurship, budgeting, advertising, research and comprehension. NEW Beyond the Lemonade Stand-Teens Feeding the hungry, donating presents to the less fortunate, and performing errands for the elderly are all different ways that people can donate time towards the community. Working together, you will learn to solve problems and make decisions and successfully contribute to your community. You will connect local concerns with global issues and gain an awareness of others. All this will serve you now and years later as you transition out of school and into the adult world! Learn how to help the community around you and go above and Beyond the Lemonade Stand. This class will of following directions, community service, small business, entrepreneurship, budgeting, advertising, research and comprehension. KTC-5390 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA209 PRIN KTC-5380 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM ST109 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM B215 LEON For more information:

12 COMPUTERS, GAMING, AND VIDEO GAMING Lego Films and Animation for Kids Make your LEGO s come to life! Bring in your favorite action figures or LEGOs and create a short film with your friends. Whether you want to recreate a scene from Star Wars or design a world of your own, you can bring your dreams to the screen. Films will be available on a password protected website to share with friends and family. Designed to mirror real life experiences and the collaborative nature of the creative process, you will work in pairs or teams for most of the class. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC who will provide all necessary equipment. Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 AAY-5300 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A309 LEON Lego Films and Animation for Teens Make your LEGO s come to life! Bring in your favorite action figures or LEGOs and create a short film with your friends. Whether you want to recreate a scene from Star Wars or design a world of your own, you can bring your dreams to the screen. Films will be available on a password protected website to share with friends and family. Designed to mirror real life experiences and the collaborative nature of the creative process, you will work in pairs or teams for most of the class. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC who will provide all necessary equipment. AAY-5320 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A309 LEON Lego Robotic Fun Participate in the exciting adventures of two LEGO astronauts who have crash-landed on an alien planet and must learn to communicate with aliens! Using a story line format, the two astronauts guide students through activities to help them grasp how computer technology, mathematics, and science are used to resolve difficult challenges. In groups, use Lego and an RCX programmable brick to build a RoboRover, RoboGrabber, and/or RoboAlien. Using a computer and an infrared transmitter, students program their robots to meet various challenges. Bring along your enthusiasm and imagination have a blast with robotics fun! Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 AAY-8280 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM Jun 16 Jun 20 A203 LEON Lego Robotic Fun - Part II If you completed and enjoyed Part I of Lego Robotics, then you are ready for the challenge of Part II! Work through activities that help grasp how computer technology, mathematics, and science are used to resolve difficult challenges. Students work in groups using Legos and an RCX programmable brick to build robots that use touch sensors, light sensors, rotation sensors, and music programs. Discover how to program robots using click and drag technology to navigate special and fun challenges. Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 AAY-9940 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A309 LEON App Attack! Make Your First Game App Explore the App universe and create your own mobile application or mobile game! You will explore the world of phone-based and tablet applications. In addition to learning the basics of mobile app design and games, you will also see firsthand how the world of App s publishing functions. No prior experience is necessary and you do not need to own a smart phone or tablet to take this class. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC who will provide all necessary equipment. Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 AAY-5710 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM A309 LEON 12 Register at

13 App Attack! Teen Teens explore the App universe and create your own mobile application or mobile game! You will explore the world of phone-based and tablet applications. In addition to learning the basics of mobile app design and games, you will also see firsthand how the world of App s publishing functions. No prior experience is necessary and you do not need to own a smart phone or tablet to take this class. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC who will provide all necessary equipment. AAY-5770 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM A309 LEON NEW App Adventures! the Next Level-Kids Continue your quest to make the next viral app! Whether you want to move past the basic techniques learned in App Attack or want to jump right in, we are ready for you! You will choose from a selection of different mobile app types and explore in depth programming concepts. Your created apps will be accessible on a private site that can be played on any mobile device or computer. Parents may choose to publish apps if certain criteria are met and final decisions are the sole discretion of Apple or Google. No prior experience is necessary and students do not need to own a smart phone or tablet to take the class. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 KTC-5880 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A309 LEON NEW App Adventures II-Teens Continue your quest to make the next viral app! Whether you want to move past the basic techniques learned in App Attack or want to jump right in, we are ready for you! Choose from a selection of different mobile app types and explore in depth programming concepts. Your apps will be accessible on a private site and can be played on any mobile device or computer. Parents may choose to publish apps if certain criteria are met and final decisions are the sole discretion of Apple or Google. No prior experience is necessary and students do not need to own a smart phone or tablet to take the class. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. Computer Illustration Come learn how to take traditional pencil artwork and tranform it into creative art forms using your computer and Adobe Illustrator - a computer drawing program. Create an illustration of an animal in pencil then transform it into a computer illustration or create a poster that includes both text and images to express your own ideas. Basic art elements and design principles to enhance the quality of your artwork are also covered. AAY-6630 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM Jun 16 Jun 20 A308 LEON Robot Design Explore the principles of designing computer controlled robots. Receive an introduction to common tools, techniques and styles in computer controlled robot design. Lab exercises are included for students to modify pre-built computer controlled robots as well as design original computer controlled robots using the LEGO Mindstorms Robot Kit and computer software. Materials will be provided to enable students to collaborate on building robotic projects. The exploration of training and employment opportunities in the professional field of computer controlled robot design is also provided. AAY-6810 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA118 PRIN Computer Gaming Get an introduction to the principles of designing computer games. Review common technological tools, techniques and styles in computer game development. Activities include how to modify classic computer games as well as design and develop original computer games. The exploration of training and employment in the professional field of computer game design is covered. AAY-6830 tuition: $35 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST158 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A309 LEON KTC-5890 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A309 LEON For more information:

14 Computer Gaming Part II Take gaming to the extreme! Continue your study of game design by learning advance techniques that will enhance your creative skills. Learn to create player versus computer and 2 player turned-base games, grouping events that can be activated and deactivated, advance editing, and creating character dialog along with special effects. AAY-6840 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST158 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A309 LEON 3-D Programming Using an interactive graphic 3D programming environment, you will learn programming and explore the many possibilities for being creative while having fun in the process of learning. Create a virtual world by setting the stage. This will involve the process of creating scenery; selecting costumes; putting the players, the scenery, and other objects in position on the stage; and getting ready for the curtain to rise. The next step is to write the program to animate the world causing the players to behave according to plan. Tell stories with on-screen movies and create computer games using this programming software. Learn fundamental programming concepts in the context of creating animated movies and simple video games. Students MUST have basic computer and keyboarding skills. AAY-9860 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM Jun 16 Jun 20 PFA118 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST158 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A309 LEON Computer Graphic Animations for Teens No experience required! Computer Graphic Animations are now something you can build. This class starts with a very basic digital tool kit designed for beginners to learn: designing objects, designing motion, redering backgrounds, and viewing animations.you will be able to produce a completed computer graphic animation video by the end of class. Video Game Animation Take your game design to the next level by creating and animating your own character sprites, objects, and backgrounds. Start with a name, develop the character s personality, signature moves, special powers, and a story line. Finish with a fully animated character to be used in future games. You do not need any prior experience in game design, animation, or sketching. Your created animations will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Games are only compatible on PC computers, Mac versions can be created after the program for $15.00 conversion fee. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC who will provide all necessary equipment. Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 AAY-5720 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA118 PRIN M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A308 LEON Video Game Animation for Teens Tweens and teens take your game design to the next level by creating and animating your own character sprites, objects, and backgrounds. Start with a name; develop the character s personality, signature moves, special powers, and a story line. Finish with a fully animated character to be used in future games. You do not need any prior experience in game design, animation, or sketching. Your created animations will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. Games are only compatible on PC computers, Mac versions can be created after the program for $15.00 conversion fee. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC who will provide all necessary equipment. AAY-5780 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA118 PRIN M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A309 LEON AAY-5440 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST158 LAPL 14 Register at

15 Digital Fashion Design Teens are you interested in becoming a fashion designer? Learn all about the most famous designers and the industry itself. You will sketch fashions using digital software to create fashion coats, jackets, dresses, pants, accessories and more with Digital Fashion Pro. Get your ideas out of your head and start designing your own collection today! No computer experience needed and all supplies will be provided. AAY-5810 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A308 LEON M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM Jul21 - Jul 25 ST164-LAPL Web Page Design Designing a web page is a creative adventure. Study the principles of designing and developing a personal web page. Learn basic programming language, layout strategies, how to add and edit text, and how to add pictures and animations to a web page. Develop your own personal web page that can be sent to an internet provider for posting to the world wide web with parental permission. AAY-6850 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST158 LAPL Keyboarding for Kids Learn the art of touch typing at the keyboard and develop the skills needed to complete schoolwork assignments. Participants will be introduced to the alphabetic keyboard and proper keyboarding techniques. AAY-8300 tuition: $30 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA110 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST164 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A203 LEON Digital Photography for Teens Have fun with your digital camera learning about all the ways to work with digital images. Digital photography offers many techniques to create and capture your most important photos to share with your family and friends. All students must bring a digital camera and image storage device to the first class. AAY-9550 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA118 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST158 LAPL M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM A203 LEON NEW Digital Scrapbooking-Kids Learn to use digital editing techniques to show off your photos and memorabilia in Digital Scrapbooking! You will learn how to make the most of your scrap-booking talents and artistic ideas when you combine traditional and digital scrap-booking. Starting with simple projects, you ll quickly learn how to build pages, use artistic journaling, and produce sophisticated illusions. Build your own clip art, create frames, and develop multi-layer pages with an endless array of layouts and designs. You ll see how to draw and create your own art, build collages and scrapbooks to share. You will work with both color and black and white, and learn how to restore or age images if you want. This class will of following directions, reading,computers, art, research and comprehension. *Please bring in digital pictures (on CD or zip drive) you would like to use. KTC-5230 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A308 LEON M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA209 PRIN Keyboarding for Teens Study the art of touch typing at the keyboard and develop the skills needed to complete schoolwork assignments. Learn the alphabetic keyboard and proper keyboarding techniques. AAY-8700 tuition: $30 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA110 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A203 LEON For more information:

16 NEW Digital Scrapbooking-Teens Learn to use digital editing techniques to show off your photos and memorabilia in Digital Scrapbooking! You will learn how to make the most of your scrap-booking talents and artistic ideas when you combine traditional and digital scrap-booking. Starting with simple projects, you ll quickly learn how to build pages, use artistic journaling, and produce sophisticated illusions. Build your own clip art, create frames, and develop multi-layer pages with an endless array of layouts and designs. You ll see how to draw and create your own art, build collages and scrapbooks to share, and work with both color and black and white. If you need to restore or age images-the tools are all available to you. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading,computers, art, research and comprehension. *Please bring in digital pictures (on CD or zip drive) you would like to use. KTC-5240 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM Jun 16 Jun 20 PFA117 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM-4:30PM Jul 7 - Jul 11 ST164-LAPL NEW Minecraft Designers-Kids If you love the game Minecraft, but always wanted to design your own characters and buildings for your games this class is for you. Learn the basics of creating 3D modeling using new industry grade software to design your own characters and import them into your favorite Minecraft games. You must have Minecraft at home to import characters and parent address is required to create student accounts. This class will of following directions, reading, computers, gaming, research and comprehension. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 KTC-5800 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA236 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A309 LEON NEW Minecraft Designers-Teens If you love the game Minecraft, but always wanted to create your own characters and buildings for games, this class is for you. Learn the basics of creating 3D modeling using new industry grade software to design your very own characters and import them into your favorite Minecraft games. You must have Minecraft at home to import characters and a parent address is required to create student accounts. This class will of following directions, reading, computers, gaming, research and comprehension. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. KTC-5810 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA225 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A309 LEON NEW irock: Your Own Digital Music Video - Kids Rock, rap, hip-hop, country...everyone loves to listen to music, but in this class you get to make a music video for your favorite songs! Using green screens and video editing software you will shoot, edit, and create two music videos and poster from any genre. This class will of following directions, reading, computers, gaming, research and comprehension. *(Songs with explicit lyrics are not approved). *Students should bring earphones with them to class. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 KTC-5820 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA237 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM Jun 16 Jun 20 A309 LEON 16 Register at

17 NEW irock: Make Your Own Digital Music Video - Teens Rock, rap, hip-hop, country...everyone loves to listen to music, but in this class you get to make a music video to your favorite songs. Using green screens and video editing software you will shoot, edit, and create two music videos and poster from any genre. This class will of following directions, reading, computers, gaming, research and comprehension. *(Songs with explicit lyrics are not approved). *Students should bring earphones with them to class. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. KTC-5830 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA225 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 A309 LEON NEW Code Breakers-Kids Calling all future coders, programmers, & designers! Learn the basics of coding languages like HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS through a series of web projects and design challenges and be on your way to becoming the next tech star! Whether you want to be the next Mark Zuckerberg or the 15 year old high school student who just made 1 million dollars for programming in his bedroom, this course has the essentials you need to begin your journey. Student projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, computers, gaming, research and comprehension. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 KTC-5840 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM Jun 16 Jun 20 PFA237 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A309 LEON NEW Code Breakers-Teens Calling all future coders, programmers, & designers! Learn the basics of coding languages like HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS through a series of web projects and design challenges and be on your way to becoming the next tech star! Whether you want to be the next Mark Zuckerberg or the high school student who just made 1 million dollars for programming in his bedroom, this course has the essentials you need to begin your journey. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, computers, gaming, research and comprehension. *Student projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. KTC-5850 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 PFA225 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A308 LEON NEW Video Game Odyssey-Kids Unlock the doors to game design by choosing your own adventure! Unlike any other Black Rocket game design course,you will make special top-down adventure games like Pokemon or Zelda to compete with your friends. Design unlimited rooms and levels as you continue your quest in becoming a game design master. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, computers, gaming, research and comprehension. *Student created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. Prerequisite: Ages 8-10 KTC-5860 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM PFA118 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM A308 LEON NEW Video Game Odyssey-Teens Unlock the door to game design by choosing your own adventure! Unlike any other Black Rocket game design courses, you will make special top-down adventure games like Pokemon or Zelda and compete with your friends. Design unlimited rooms and levels as you continue your quest in becoming a game design master. *Student created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family. *Offered in conjunction with Black Rocket Productions, LLC. KTC-5870 tuition: $45 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM PFA118 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST160 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM A308 LEON For more information:

18 COOKING, CAKES, AND DESSERTS NEW Cake Decorating Basics-Kids Learn all the fundamentals you need to create any cake, from whimsical to beautiful in just a week long course. Use the techniques you learn during class to design and decorate your own faux cake (wedding cakes are excluded) to take home. You will learn when and how to use different consistencies of butter cream icing, transferring patterns, shell borders, star fill techniques, drop flowers, rosettes, pompom flowers, and more along with how to arrange your design. All decorating supplies are included in the cost of the class. A list of optional tools and supplies will be provided by the instructor during the first class. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, art, design, research and comprehension. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closedtoe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5260 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST108 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 B207 LEON NEW Cake Decorating Basics-Teens Learn all the fundamentals you need to create any special occasion cake, from whimsical to beautiful in just one week. Use the techniques you learn during class to design and decorate your faux cake (wedding cakes are excluded) to take home. You will learn when and how to use different consistencies of butter cream icing, transferring patterns, shell borders, star fill techniques, drop flowers, rosettes, pompom flowers, and more along with how to arrange your design. All decorating supplies are included in the cost of the class. A list of optional tools and supplies will be provided by the instructor during the first class. This class will of following directions, reading, art, design, research and comprehension. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies. *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closedtoe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5270 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST108 LAPL NEW Desserts & Pastries-Kids Calling all pastry chefs, want to learn more about baking and designing flaky, fluffy pastries and desserts? Class is designed for aspiring bakers and chefs as well as those wanting to work in the restaurant and hotel industry. Topics include dough preparation, mixing, baking and finishing methods to create classical desserts, pastries, cookies, kitchen safety and more. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, baking, cooking, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in class. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies. *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closed-toe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5280 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST108 LAPL NEW Desserts & Pastries-Teens Calling all pastry chefs, want to learn more about baking and designing flaky, fluffy pastries and desserts? This class is designed for aspiring bakers and chefs as well as those wanting to work in the restaurant and hotel industry. Topics include dough preparation, mixing, baking and finishing methods to create classical desserts, pastries, cookies, kitchen safety and more. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, baking, cooking, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in class. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies. *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closed-toe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5290 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 C304 LEON NEW For the Love of Chocolate-Kids Become a chocolatier for a week and discover the art of chocolate. You will learn how chocolate transforms from the cacao bean to the chocolate bar as you prepare to become mini-chocolatiers. You will have the opportunity to use the skills you have learned combined with your own personal creativity to make wonderful chocolate masterpieces to take home. Dip into decadence with Oreo cookies, pretzels, and potato chips. Make your own chocolate cup cluster creations using decorative sprinkles, and drizzling with MORE chocolate! You will also learn good cooking practices, sanitation, and basic kitchen safety. This class will of following directions, reading, art, cooking, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in 18 Register at

19 class. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies. *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closed-toe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5300 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM PFA206 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST108 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM B207 LEON NEW For the Love of Chocolate-Teens Become a chocolatier for a week and discover the art of chocolate. You will learn how chocolate transforms from the cacao bean to the chocolate bar as you prepare to become mini-chocolatiers. You will have the opportunity to use the skills you learned combined with your own personal creativity to make wonderful chocolate masterpieces to take home. Dip into decadence with Oreo cookies, pretzels,and potato chips. Make your own chocolate cup cluster creations using decorative sprinkles, and drizzling with MORE chocolate! You will also learn good cooking practices, sanitation, and basic kitchen safety. This class will of following directions, reading, art, cooking, research and comprehension. You will also learn good cooking practices, sanitation, and basic kitchen safety. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, kitchen safety, cooking, art, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in class. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies. *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closed-toe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5310 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA206 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM ST143 LAPL M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM C301 LEON NEW Home Economics in a Flash-Kids The basic skills once learned in Home Economics could be considered a lost art. This week you will learn the basics in a fast paced setting to allow you to be more independent and helpful. You will learn how to perform simple tasks such as sewing on a button, hemming a pair of pants and even ironing a shirt. Prepare a weekly menu and grocery list while inventorying the items already on hand in the kitchen cabinets. Bake brownies, cookies and more from scratch and taste test them compared to the store brand. Investigate ways to help out at home with chores, budgeting and even making dinner plans. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, household skills, budgeting, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in class. KTC-5320 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM PFA225 PRIN M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B207 LEON NEW Home Economics in a Flash-Teens The basic skills once taught in Home Economics class could be considered a lost art these days. Enroll for this week and learn the basics in a fast paced setting that allows you to be more independent and helpful.you will learn how to perform simple tasks such as sewing on a button, hemming a pair of pants and even ironing a shirt. Prepare a weekly menu and grocery list while inventorying the items already on hand in the kitchen cabinets. Bake brownies, cookies and more from scratch and taste test them compared to the store brand. Investigate ways to help out at home with chores, budgeting and even making dinner plans. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, household skills, budgeting, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in class. KTC-5330 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM ST111 LAPL NEW Master Chef Challenge-Teens Like Chef Ramsey we want you to audition to become a chef for a week, learn to prepare a new dish each day with and without a heat source. Experience a different challenge every day and the final round will be on Friday. Are you a Master Chef? Take home class recipes to make for yourself and family. Find out about food preparation and kitchen safety. This class will provide exposure to enrichment activities in the areas of following directions, reading, cooking, math, science, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in class. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies. *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closed-toe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5340 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA204 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST109 LAPL For more information:

20 NEW Mini Chef Challenge-Kids Like Chef Ramsey we want you to audition to become a chef for a week! Learn to prepare a new dish each day with and without a heat source. Experience a different challenge every day and the final round will be on Friday. Are you a Master (Mini) Chef? Take home class recipes to make for yourself and family. Find out about food preparation and kitchen safety. This class will of following directions, reading, cooking, math, science, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in class. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies. *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closed-toe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5350 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA225 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST109 LAPL M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B215 LEON Tiny Chef Creations A big welcome to our tiny chefs looking to explore the joys of cooking! Kids of all ages love to get into the kitchen and help make treats and snacks. Tap into that love and make learning to cook interesting, educational, nutritious, and did we mention fun? In each class we will introduce recipes that will enable your Tiny Chef to practice skills such as measuring, mixing, stirring and cooperating. As always your chefs will have plenty of good eats to sample and share. This course will of following directions, measuring, reading, math, science of cooking, and comprehension skills. Prerequisite: Ages 5-6 AAY-6870 tuition: $32 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM B214 LEON NEW World Chefs-Kids Discover the artistic and scientific aspects of the culinary world as you prepare meals each day. Use a microscope to study the cell structure of a lettuce leaf and discover why the early addition of salad dressing wilts your salad. Learn how yeast helps make the perfect pizza dough and how to throw it. Participate in team Spice Wars as you select and prepare recipes that feature one of the seven top herbs and spices with proven health benefits, like oregano, cinnamon, and curry. Discover molecular gastronomy and explore culinology through food science experiments. And come prepared to EAT our discoveries? This class will of following directions, reading, cooking, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in class. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies. *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closed-toe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5360 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 1PM 4:30PM Jun 16 Jun 20 PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th 1PM 4:30PM B207 LEON NEW World Chef-Teens Discover the artistic and scientific aspects of the culinary world as you prepare meals each day. Use a microscope to study the cell structure of a lettuce leaf and discover why the early addition of salad dressing wilts your salad. Learn how yeast helps make the perfect pizza dough and how to throw it. Participate in team Spice Wars as you select and prepare recipes that feature one of the seven top herbs and spices with proven health benefits, like oregano, cinnamon, and curry. Discover molecular gastronomy and explore culinology through food science experiments. And come prepared to EAT our discoveries? This class will of following directions, reading, art, research and comprehension. *Sharp objects may be used in class. *Class is NOT recommended for students with severe food allergies. *Students are required to wear short sleeve shirts, socks and closed-toe shoes. *Long hair must be tied back and no jewelry or painted fingernails are allowed. KTC-5370 tuition: $36 / fees: $ M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM PFA209 PRIN M Tu W Th F 8:30AM 12PM ST111 LAPL M Tu W Th 8:30AM 12PM C301 LEON 20 Register at

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