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SUMMER 2014 COURSE SCHEDULE

ACTX.EDU/CE

An Equal Opportunity Community College


Contents Business/Career Bookkeeping/Accounting...................3 Child Development............................3 Court Reporting.................................3 Management.....................................4 Project Management.........................4 Supply Chain Mgmt/Logistics............4 Computer/Technology Computer Lifestyle............................5 Healthcare EMS Professions...............................6 Healthcare Courses..........................6 Certified Nursing Assistant................7 Simulation Courses...........................8 Language/Communication Access Learning Center....................8 AC Community Link..........................8 GED and Employability Skills............8 Personal Enrichment/Recreation Anger Management...........................9 Arts and Crafts..................................9 Cooking...........................................10 Dance..............................................10 Ballet/Jazz................................10 Belly Dancing........................... 11 Country Western Dance........... 11 Defensive Driving............................ 11 Dog and Puppy Obedience.............12 English, Literature and Film............12 Fencing...........................................12 Food and Beverage.........................13 Games and Entertainment..............13 Gymnastics - Adult .........................13 Languages......................................13 Motorcycle Operator Training..........14 Music...............................................15 Photography....................................15 Physical Fitness and Health Cardio and Strength.................16 Pilates......................................16 Stretching.................................17 Tai Chi......................................17 Yoga.........................................17 Zumba®....................................17 Sports and Recreation....................18 Hunter Education............................18

Professional Trades/Industry Alcohol Seller..................................19 Automotive Collision Tech...............19 Floral Design...................................19 Food Service Management.............19 Forklift Operator Certification..........20 Irrigation Tech..................................20 Logistics Training Program..............20 Plumbers.........................................22 Safety/Environmental Tech..............22 Municipal Solid Waste.....................24 Kids’ College Babysitting.......................................26 Cheerleading...................................26 Dance..............................................27 Fencing...........................................30 Gymnastics......................................30 Power Tumbling/Trampoline............35 Sports and Recreation....................37 AC @ Ascension Academy Week 1 June 2-6......................38 Week 2 June 9-13....................40 Week 3 June 16-20..................42 Week 4 June 23-27..................43 Week 5 July 7-11......................45 Week 6 July 14-18...................47 Week 7 July 21-25...................49 Big Kids Badger Tech Camps.................51 Big Kids Complete Athlete Camps.........54 Seniors’ College Computer Classes...........................56 Hereford Campus.................................58 Adult Classes..................................58 Kids’ College...................................59 Moore County Campus........................59 Adult Classes..................................59 Kids’ College...................................61 All Campus Locations..............................62 **online at www.actx.edu/cr/maps** Registration Form...................................2 This symbol indicates other courses that may be of interest.

For more information call (806) 371-5000 or see our website: www.actx.edu/ce


Welcome to the World of Continuing Education Amarillo College! Life, Work,atFamily, Success There’s something about summer that makes us breathe a sigh of relief and relax. Warmer weather and longer days make us feel like there’s more time to get things done. School is out, and we’ve probably planned a trip or two.

Welcome to the world of Continuing Education at Amarillo College!

Those of us with kids at home want them to have time to play and dream after the rigor of the school year, but d also like to see them involved in enrichment to stave More than ever, life we’ presents daily challenges to learn more, do activities more, and off boredom and endless hours of television. For working parents, summers can present a be more. Our programs provide workforce training classes to meet your childcare dilemma that is often difficult to solve. professional needs and educational opportunities for the exploration and

pursuit of your personal interests—year round.

At Amarillo College Kids’ Camp we’ve designed a flexible and affordable summer program that meets the needs of working and non-working parents. AC Camps at Every summer we offer placehalf special emphasis on ourwith Kids’ Collegelunches and Camps. Ascension Academy day and full day camps supervised that run This June summer you’ll from through July.find half-day and full-day camps that will capture your

child’s interest and curiosity in a safe and nurturing environment. They

New this summer two camps for Biglike Kidsgymnastics, in Grades 5-8. For your can select from aare variety of topics, history, or budding science,web and app designers, Badger Tech offers a series of weeklong camps in Robotics, gathering both useful knowledge and some terrific memories. Adobe™ and Apple™ software, Web and App Design and Video Production.

For our adultsports learners summer is the perfect timethe tonew enjoy a fun classComplete or If competitive and fitness is your child’s passion, Kids’ College to enhance your skills in a subject of professional relevance. New this Athlete program offers weeklong sports and martial arts camps that will challenge your semester, in partnership with the Landman and School, is a course middle schooler with best practices forPetroleum training, conditioning skill development. designed to prepare you for a rewarding career as a landman in the oil &

For we have a new class to prepare logistics professionals to pass the Certified gas Adults industry. Professional in Supply Management (CPSM®) exam. Demand for strategic supply professionals is on the rise as managers take on more pivotal roles within organizations. Regardless of which class you choose, you’ll enjoy meeting new people The registration deadline for this class is May 5, so don’t delay.

who share similar interests when you take a continuing education class at Amarillo College. offering lifelong learning is a milestone we couldn’t be happier to Our 40th anniversary

have reached. We are proud to serve the community and look forward to the challenges ahead as our world changes andyou grows. We look forward to seeing in class and hope your summer is enhanced

by learning that lasts a lifetime.

Wishing you a wonderful and productive summer!

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Sincerely,

Kim Davis Kim Davis Dean of Continuing Education Dean of Continuing Education Amarillo College Summer2014 Amarillo College Amarillo College – (USPS #1380)(Volume 4, Number 1, April 2013) is published four times per year (April, May, July, December) by the staff of Amarillo College, 2201 S Washington St, Amarillo TX 79109. Periodical Postage Paid at Amarillo, TX 79120. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to College Relations, Amarillo College, PO Box 447, Amarillo, TX 79178.


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Business/Career Bookkeeping/Accounting

For additional information please call (806) 371-2904.

Bookkeeping-Accounting w/QuickBooks ™

$129.00

Prerequisite: Keyboarding skills of 25 wpm. First 7 classes, course includes solid coverage of accounting concepts and principles; analyzing business transactions; general journal and general ledger; closing entries; accounts receivable and accounts payable; financial statements; and completing the accounting cycle for a sole proprietorship. Last 5 classes, course includes applying accounting principles using QuickBooks computer program. Textbook and workbook purchase required. Payroll accounting not included. ID# 129967 ACNT-1002-4001 06:00PM-09:00PM MR 06/09 - 07/24 Carol Carter Downtown Campus 36.00 Hrs. (3.60 CEU) Business & Industry Center 113/126

Payroll Accounting w/QuickBooks ™

$75.00

Prerequisite: Knowledge of accounting principles and keyboarding skills of 25 wpm. First class understanding payroll basics, tax withholding requirements and reporting deadlines. Last 2 classes in lab include setup and processing payroll; producing required reports using QuickBooks™ 2012. ID# 129969 ACNT-1015-4001 06:00PM-09:00PM TR 06/17 - 06/24 ID# 129970 ACNT-1015-4002 06:00PM-09:00PM TR 07/24 - 07/31 Lorena Hazelbaker Downtown Campus 9.00 Hrs. (0.90 CEU) Business & Industry Center 113/126

Child Development/Early Childhood Training Child Care Pre-Service Training - Online

$26.00

Employees in licensed childcare facilities must have eight (8) pre-service hours of training before working in the classroom setting. This self-paced online course is offered 24/7 and can help the new employee gain workplace knowledge needed in today’s child care business. Computers available at Amarillo College or students may use personal computer. Instructor is a registered trainer on the Texas Trainer Registry for Early Childhood and meets the state standards for licensed child care trainers. For registration information please call (806) 371-5188, (806) 371-5000 or stephwilk@live.com. Stephanie Wilkinson Distance Education Internet Course 8.00 Hrs. (0.80 CEU)

Court Reporting

For additional information please call (806) 371-2923.

Court Reporting Theory

$606.00

Machine Shorthand Speed Building

$606.00

Online Theory skill building designed to take the beginner from the fundamentals of machine shorthand to the writing speed necessary to continue to our Machine Shorthand Speed Building course. Learn the keyboard of the steno machine, principles and rules of writing, phonetic shorthand, and the ability to designate who is talking such as a judge, attorney, or TV broadcaster. Refunds: Due to fixed costs for this course, no refunds will be given after the registration deadline. ID# 129994 CRTR-1013-4001 05:30PM-08:00PM MW 05/28 - 07/23 Kimberly Klarich Downtown Campus 40.00 Hrs. (4.00 CEU) Business & Industry Center 112A Registration Deadline: May 23

Online voice recorded dictation for students working on building steno machine speed in the range of 60-225 WPM. Practice dictation includes drills, repetition, pyramid speed building techniques, and group read back. Students are expected to participate a minimum number of hours online and contribute to live Skype class sessions. Refunds: Due to fixed costs for this course, no refunds will be given after the registration deadline. ID# 129993 CRTR-1007-4001 05:30PM-08:00PM TR 05/27 - 07/22 Kimberly Klarich Downtown Campus 40.00 Hrs. (4.00 CEU) Business & Industry Center 112A Registration Deadline: May 23

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Management

For additional information please call (806) 371-5265 unless otherwise noted.

Supervision

$157.00

A study of the role of the supervisor. Managerial functions as applied to leadership, counseling, motivation, and human skills are examined. ID# 128923 BMGT-1001-4001 WEB 05/27 - 07/03 Susan Burks Distance Education 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) Internet Course Small Business Management - Entrepreneurship $127.00 A course in how to start and operate a small business. Topics include facts about a small business, essential management skills, how to prepare a business plan, financial needs, marketing strategies, and legal issues. ID# 128924 BUSG-2009-4001 07:00PM-09:30PM F 05/30 - 06/13 and 08:00AM-03:00PM S U 05/31 - 06/15 Jodi Lindseth Washington St. Campus 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) Byrd Business Building 404

Human Relations

$157.00

Practical application of the principles and concepts of the behavioral sciences to interpersonal relationships in the business and industrial environment. ID# 130004 HRPO-1011-4001 WEB 07/07 - 08/13 Susan Burks Distance Education 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) Internet Course

Project Management Project Management Certification Prep

$798.00

For additional information please call (806) 371-2923. Currently open for registration! In an increasingly project oriented world, professional certification ensures that project managers are ready to meet the demands of projects across the globe. In a fast paced, budget conscious time, nothing could be more important for your career or business than to have certified project managers leading your team. This course will prepare students to sit for the international Project Management Professional (PMP) certification exam. Refunds: Due to fixed costs, no refund will be given after the May 12 registration deadline. ID# 126047 BMGT-1021-3001 08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 05/19 - 5/23 Bryan Cook West Campus Building B 102 40.00 Hrs. (4.00 CEU) Registration Deadline: May 12

Supply Chain Management/Logistics For additional information please call (806) 371-2923.

Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM速)

$599.00

Presents the tools needed to prepare for the Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM速) exam. This qualification is designed to lead the profession by emphasizing the major components of supply management. Demand for strategic supply professionals is on the rise as managers take on more pivotal roles within organizations. Refunds: Due to fixed costs for this course, no refunds will be given after the registration deadline. ID# 130316 LMGT-1025-4001 05:30PM-08:30PM M 05/12 - 09/15 Brad Riley Downtown Campus 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) Business & Industry Center 112B Registration Deadline: May 5

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Computer/Technology Computer Lifestyle

For additional information please call (806) 371-2920.

My PC - Introduction to Computers

$50.00

My PC - Computers Plus

$72.00

MS Word 2010 - Beginning

$50.00

An introductory class to Windows 7 Computer Concepts and Terminology along with basic file management, desktop operations, and mouse operations. Introduction to basic computer programs such as Microsoft Word and more. ID# 130198 MISC-1023-3001 09:00AM-11:00AM TR 05/27 - 06/05 Letty Lynch-Nadolny Downtown Campus 8.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 126 ID# 130203 MISC-1023-4001 06:00PM-08:00PM MW 06/02 - 06/11 Staff Washington St. Campus 8.00 Hrs. Byrd Business TBA Prerequisite: My PC Introduction to Computers or previous computer experience. Personal enrichment class featuring a unique, fun approach to getting hands-on with the new Windows 7 operating system. At a comfortable pace, you learn how to work with files and file folders, find and use desktop tools and gadgets, and get a sneak peek at the fun things you can do with Windows 7 - like photo editing, making slide shows, and keeping in touch with friends and family. ID# 130169 MISC-1030-4001 09:00AM-11:00AM TR 06/10 - 07/03 Letty Lynch-Nadolny Downtown Campus 16.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 126 ID# 130205 MISC-1030-4002 06:00PM-08:00PM MW 06/16 - 07/09 Staff Washington St. Campus 16.00 Hrs. Byrd Business TBA

Prerequisite: Windows or Windows experience. Students identify word processing terminology and concepts; create, format, edit, and print documents and tables; use simple tools and utilities; and work with hyperlinks. ID# 130207 MISC-1045-4001 06:00PM-08:00PM MW 06/02 - 06/11 Staff Washington St. Campus 8.00 Hrs. Byrd Business TBA

MS Excel 2010 - Beginning

$50.00

Prerequisite: Windows or Windows experience. Teaches concepts, procedures, and use of electronic spreadsheets. Students identify spreadsheet terminology and concepts; create, format, edit, and print spreadsheets; create and work with simple formulas and functions; use formatting features; and generate charts, graphs, and reports. ID# 130206 MISC-1044-4001 06:00PM-08:00PM MW 06/16 - 06/25 Staff Washington St. Campus 8.00 Hrs. Byrd Business TBA Beginning Web Page Design $61.00 Learn the basics of designing and developing a website that includes: Design issues specific to web-based presentations, Web page layout, and effective navigation related to the design process. ID# 130150 MISC-1042-4001 06:00PM-08:00PM TR 06/03 - 06/19 ID# 130151 MISC-1042-4002 06:00PM-08:00PM TR 07/08 - 07/24 Staff Washington St. Campus 12.00 Hrs. Byrd Business TBA

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Emergency Medical Services

For additional information please call any EMSP Faculty (806) 354-6077, 356-3662, 3546069, or the Allied Health Division Office 354-6055.

Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

$522.00

Prerequisites: Reading Techniques II - minimum grade of C or a score on a stateapproved test indicating college-level reading skills. In order to maintain compliance with the Texas Administrative Code, Title 25, Part 1, Chapter 91, Subchapter B, Rule 97.64 and Texas Department of State Health Services rule, all immunization requirements must be met prior to any patient contact in the clinical setting. These immunizations include: Tetanus-Diphtheria Toxoid (Td), Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Hepatitis B (complete series), Varicella (chickenpox), and an annual Tuberculin skin test. Preparation for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Class will meet one 8-hour Saturday in addition to the Monday-Wednesday meeting times. Additional Clinical time of 48 hours required. ID# 126322 EMSP-1001-3001 07:30AM-11:30AM MTW 05/19 - 07/28 Wade Olsen West Campus 176.00 Hrs. (17.60 CEU) Allied Health 177 Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support $83.00 Prerequisite: Open to any licensed physician, paramedic, LVN, RN, AEMT or EMT. Theory and skills necessary for the management of trauma emergencies are included in this course which is designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. ID# 129992 EMSP-1049-3001 08:00AM-05:00PM WR 05/28 - 05/29 Douglas Adcock West Campus 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU) Allied Health 172

Healthcare Courses

For additional information please call (806) 354-6085 unless otherwise noted. Certified Nursing Assistant, Health Unit Coordinator, Phlebotomy, and Massage Therapy have one or more of the following prerequisites. Please refer to the course description for further information. Prerequisite #1 Immunizations: Student must provide documentation of the following immunizations prior to registering for CNA or Phlebotomy. All immunizations must be current including: Tetanus-Diphtheria Toxoid (Td) (must have been administered within the last ten years), Measles (two doses), Rubella, Mumps, Hepatitis B (completed series), and Varicella (chickenpox), as specified by the Texas Administrative Code, Title 25, Part 1, Chapter 97, Subchapter B, Rule 97.64. Prerequisite #2 Criminal Background Check: A Criminal Background Check is required prior to registering for CNA, Phlebotomy, Massage Therapy, or Health Unit Coordinator classes. Order student background check online at www.precheck.com. (Please select Student Check, then order student background check, and then “Amarillo College Continuing Education� menu option). Results will be sent directly to CCHCE office in 3 to 5 business days. Results must be in before a student may register.

CPR and First Aid

$55.00

CPR Healthcare Provider

$55.00

Covers American Heart Association guidelines. Offered for childcare personnel, foster parents, truck drivers, electricians, and those requiring infant, child and adult CPR and First Aid, including how to use an AED. This CPR does not meet the requirements for healthcare workers. ID# 130022 EMSP-1026-4001 08:00AM-04:00PM S 06/14 Staff West Campus 7.00 Hrs. (0.70 CEU) Building A 110 Presents American Heart Association guidelines for CPR for Healthcare Providers, including how to use an AED and how to manage respiratory and cardiac emergencies. This course does not meet the first-aid requirements for child care personnel and foster parents. Books available at the West Campus Bookstore. ID# 130027 EMSP-1019-4001 08:00AM-04:00PM S 06/07 ID# 130028 EMSP-1019-4002 08:00AM-04:00PM S 06/21 ID# 130044 EMSP-1019-4003 08:00AM-04:00PM S 07/12 ID# 130045 EMSP-1019-4004 08:00AM-04:00PM S 07/26 ID# 130049 EMSP-1019-4005 08:00AM-04:00PM S 08/09 ID# 130050 EMSP-1019-4006 08:00AM-04:00PM S 08/16 Staff West Campus 7.00 Hrs. (0.70 CEU) Building A 110 New Classes

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Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course

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The Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course provides registered nurses with a standardized, internationally disseminated pediatric educational program to enhance knowledge, skill, and expertise in the care of children. The third edition of the Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course textbook is required. Participants must have the textbook 3 weeks prior to class. For more information or to register contact John Sappington at jgsappi@gmail.com. RNSG-2002-4901 08:00AM-06:00PM WR 07/16 - 07/17 John Sappington,RN,CEN West Campus 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU) Building A 108/109/110

IV Therapy and Technique

$160.00

Must be an RN, GN, LVN, or GVN in order to take this course. Theory and techniques of venipuncture, intravenous infusions, and blood drawing. Information regarding fluids, electrolytes, blood products, hyper-alimentation, venous system physiology, lipids, and local and systemic complication in IV Therapy. ID# 130054 VNSG-1039-4001 08:00AM-05:00PM WRF 06/04 - 06/06 D’Dee Grove,RN,MSN West Campus 24.00 Hrs. (2.40 CEU) Building A 109 Medication Aide Update $70.00 Fulfills the annual renewal requirements for Certified Medication Aides. Topics include: review and update of medication aide training rules, medication administration, and related responsibilities. Student must bring medication aide number to class. ID# 130057 NURA-1041-4001 08:00AM-04:00PM S 06/21 Jana Kidd,RN,MSN West Campus 7.00 Hrs. (0.70 CEU) Building A 109

Trauma Nurse Core Course

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Designed to provide the learner with cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills. The trauma nursing process is reflected throughout the course and skills stations. Participants receive 16 hours of continuing education from the ANA. The sixth edition of the TNCC provider manual is required. Participants must have the textbook 3 weeks prior to class. For more information or to register contact John Sappington at jgsappi@gmail.com. RNSG-2002-4902 08:00AM-06:00PM TW 06/10 - 06/11 RNSG-2002-4901 08:00AM-06:00PM WR 07/16 - 07/17 John Sappington,RN,CEN West Campus 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU) Building A 108/109/110

(CNA) Certified Nursing Assistant For additional information please call (806) 356-3686.

CNA candidates must complete Prerequisite 1 and 2 listed under Healthcare Courses. Results must be submitted prior to registration. IN-PERSON REGISTRATION ONLY at West Campus Building A, Room 106. Full payment is required at registration for lecture, CPR, and Clinical sections. Fee includes state exam costs (non-refundable). Social security card, immunization record, and current photo ID are required at time of registration. Students may NOT register without ALL documents and complete background check. State testing dates will be announced at a later date. All students must complete a pre- and post- course TABE test.

CNA Weeknight Lecture/CPR/Clinical

$655.00

CNA Weekend Lecture/CPR/Clinical

$655.00

Lecture 130075 NURA-1001-4001 05:30PM-10:00PM MTWR 06/09 - 07/10 CPR 130076 EMSP-1020-4001 05:30PM-09:30PM MT 07/14 - 07/15 Clinical 130078 NURA-1060-4001 TBA 07/16 - 07/31 Melody Rupe,RN West Campus 155.00 Hrs. (15.50 CEU) Building A 206 Lecture 130080 NURA-1001-4002 09:00AM-02:00PM SU 05/31 - 08/09 CPR 130082 EMSP-1020-4002 03:00PM-07:00PM SU 08/10 - 08/10 Clinical 130083 NURA-1060-4002 TBA 08/11 - 08/24 Melody Rupe,RN West Campus 155.00 Hrs. (15.50 CEU) Building A 206

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High Fidelity Healthcare Simulation Courses

For additional information please call (806) 354-6088.

Advanced Cardiac Life Support

$175.00

Prerequisites: Proof of current CPR/BLS certification. Be able to interpret basic cardiac arrhythmias and complete a pretest before coming to class. For practitioners completing ACLS education for the first time. This course covers the 2010 guidelines update and the purchase of a new 2010 book is recommended. Books are available at the West Campus Bookstore for purchase prior to class. 15 contact hours for nurses. ID# 130013 EMSP-2035-4001 08:00AM-04:30PM TW 06/03 - 06/04 ID# 130014 EMSP-2035-4002 08:00AM-04:30PM WR 08/06 - 08/07 John Smoot Texas Tech UHSC 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU) 1400 Wallace Blvd Pediatric Advanced Life Support $175.00 Prerequisites: Proof of current CPR/BLS certification. Be able to interpret basic cardiac arrhythmias and complete a pretest before coming to class. For practitioners completing PALS education for the first time. Covers the 2010 guidelines update and the purchase of the book is recommended. Books are available for purchase at the West Campus Bookstore. 15 contact hours for nurses. ID# 130015 EMSP-1047-4001 08:00AM-04:30PM RF 06/05 - 06/06 ID# 130016 EMSP-1047-4002 08:00AM-04:30PM WR 08/13 - 08/14 John Smoot Texas Tech UHSC 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU) 1400 Wallace Blvd

Languages/Communication ACcess Learning Center

For additional information please call (806) 371-5434. Individualized Instruction/Open Enrollment May 27- August 2 Increase your reading, writing, and/or math skills with a dynamic, individualized program. Increase your basic skills for the workplace or prepare for tests such as the TSI or GED. Open to ages 17 and above, classes are available on a walk-in basis from 8:00 AM-8:00 PM Monday-Thursday, 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM Friday, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday and 2:00 PM-5:00 PM Sunday. You may attend at times convenient for you. Cost of the class is $50.00 for each 14 hours of instruction. Located on the Washington Street Campus at the Lynn Library, 3rd floor.

Amarillo College Community Link

For additional information please call (806) 381-8968. Classes are on a first-come, firstserved basis. Payment is due at time of registration. In person registration only at Community Link located at 2412 North Grand.

English for Workplace - Beginning

$85.00

Improve vocabulary and speaking skills to communicate in entry level job positions in the workplace. Program embraces both a class and lab approach leading to a basic mastery of spoken and written English. Promotes improved listening comprehension and speaking proficiency as well as basic writing skills and reading comprehension. ID# 129979 COMG-1091-4001 09:00AM-11:00AM MW 06/09 - 07/30 ID# 129020 COMG-1091-4002 05:30PM-07:30PM MW 06/09 - 07/30 Olivia Castro Community Link 32.00 Hrs. (3.20 CEU) 2412 N. Grand

GED and Employability Skills GED and Employability Skills

$118.00

Helps students improve standardized test scores in order to achieve employment or advancement in employment. Topics include: Technical Mathematics, Technical Reading, and Technical Writing ID# 129311 POFT-1091-4001 09:00AM-11:00AM MW 06/02 - 07/30 ID# 129313 POFT-1091-4003 05:30PM-07:30PM MW 06/02 - 07/30 Linda Morgan Community Link 36.00 Hrs. (36.00 CEU) 2412 N. Grand New Classes

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GED and Employability Skills: Math

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$45.00

Technical Mathematics focuses on building basic math skills, acquiring new skills, and emphasizes the use of math in practical workplace situations. ID# 129315 TECM-1091-4001 09:00AM-10:00AM MW 06/02 - 07/30 ID# 129316 TECM-1091-4002 05:30PM-06:30PM MW 06/02 - 07/30 Linda Morgan Community Link 18.00 Hrs. (1.80 CEU) 2412 N. Grand

GED and Employability Skills: Reading/Writing

$45.00

Develops technical reading strategies and critical thinking skills utilizing a variety of reading selections including social studies, science, and topics applied to real workplace situations. Learn the skills and elements necessary to produce different types of writing skills for workplace situations including resumes and cover letters. ID# 129312 POFT-1091-4002 10:00AM-11:00AM MW 06/02 - 07/30 ID# 129314 POFT-1091-4004 06:30PM-07:30PM MW 06/02 - 07/30 Linda Morgan Community Link 18.00 Hrs. (1.80 CEU) 2412 N. Grand

Personal Enrichment/Recreation Anger Management

For additional information please call (806) 356-3649.

Anger Management

$95.00

Appropriate for any adult who would like assistance in reducing stress, controlling emotions, or reducing aggressive behavior. It may also be a required course for persons who have been convicted of and/or placed on probation for an assaultive offense. Designed to help participants understand why people use violence; discover how attitudes can override values; learn how to identify and control strong emotions; develop a plan to alter present behavior; gain better self-control and walk away from confrontations, as well as establish goal-directed behavior patterns. A home study version of this program is also available. ID# 129953 NFUND-1401-4005 06:00PM-09:00PM TR 07/08 - 07/17 Mary Villalon West Campus 12.00 Hrs. (1.20 CEU) Building C 125

Arts and Crafts

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Adventures in Pottery I

$81.00

Adventures in Pottery II

$81.00

The Fine Art of Woodworking

$321.00

Beginning class introduces a broad range of techniques. Make decorative items using techniques employed by ancient and modern potters. Hand building to form vessels using potter’s wheel and decorative glazes. ID# 130102 ARTCT-1160-4002 06:30PM-09:30PM M 06/02 - 06/30 Gene Fox Downtown Campus 15.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 119 First-time potters are welcome. New potters are taught the fundamentals of working with clay. Returning potters, as with first potters, advance their confidence and skills in hand building using the potter’s wheel and glazing techniques. ID# 130103 ARTCT-1160-4003 06:30PM-09:30PM M 07/07 - 08/04 Gene Fox Downtown Campus 15.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 119 All wood, classroom supplies, and use of shop equipment included with class cost. This creative woodworking class builds a solid foundation in the safe and effective use of woodworking tools and equipment. Instructor has over 50 years of experience in woodshop and woodworking which stimulates great discussion of ideas and the skills necessary to make them a reality. Students receive hands-on experience by completing an Adirondack chair. We cover the table saw (using a Saw Stop, the safest table saw in the world), router table, wood lathe, planer, band saw, jointer, sanders, and more. Taught in a fully-equipped woodworking shop, this class is perfect for the beginning or aspiring woodworker or anyone wishing to update their woodworking skills. ID# 130427 ARTCT-1223-4001 06:00PM-09:00PM W 06/18 - 07/23 Daniel Davis The Shop, 2401 S. Hobbs 18.00 Hrs. Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


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Human Figure Drawing $75.00 Basic constructive drawing of the human figure considering elements of composition, light, and shade. ID# 130105 ARTCT-1079-4001 06:30PM-09:30PM R 05/29 - 07/17 Emin Abbasov Washington St. Campus 24.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 112

Oil/Acrylic Painting I

$100.00

Portrait Painting

$75.00

$132.00

$91.00

$68.00

Ballet and Jazz Technique (Teen-Adult)

$62.00

Use the basic elements in art: color, texture, line, composition, shape, form, and value. How to mix colors is thoroughly explored. Emphasis placed on how to see in creative ways and how to effectively translate this new perspective onto canvas. The first class meeting consists of a painting demonstration and an introduction on how to think creatively. Supply list given at first class meeting. ID# 130096 ARTCT-1127-4001 06:30PM-09:30PM T 05/27 - 08/05 Helen Kilburn Downtown Campus 33.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 123 Student’s choice of oil or acrylic. Instruction covers monochromatic and color choices. ID# 130104 ARTCT-1152-4001 06:30PM-09:30PM M 06/02 - 07/21 Emin Abbasov Washington St. Campus 24.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 112

Pottery I

For beginning potters or for those desiring to re-kindle their pottery skills. Concentrates on hand building techniques and learning how to throw pots on the wheel. Encourages both unique, abstract creative designs and simple, uncomplicated designs. Introduces glazing techniques. ID# 130100 ARTCT-1160-4001 06:30PM-09:30PM R 05/29 - 08/07 Helen Kilburn Downtown Campus 33.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 119

Watercolor I

Come join us for a relaxing afternoon of painting. Beginners learn the basics; experienced painters can challenge their comfort zones during this studio time. Everyone is given the opportunity to explore the dynamic world of watercolor. In this low stress environment, you are encouraged to develop your own style at your own pace as we try different techniques and materials. We cover color, value, design, brush techniques, paper, mediums, and more. Class includes demonstrations by the instructor. Supply list given at first class meeting. ID# 130101 ARTCT-1200-4001 01:00PM-04:00PM S 05/31 - 08/09 Helen Kilburn Downtown Campus 30.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 119

Cooking

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Cake Decorating - Beginning

Learn to decorate and finish a professional looking cake. Learn borders, stars, writing techniques, figure piping, flowers (roses, daisies, violets, mums, and more). Learn professional decorating tips and ideas. Most supplies furnished, will need a few extras. Enrollment is limited to 12 students. ID# 130181 COOK-1015-4001 06:00PM-08:00PM T 06/17 - 07/22 Gwen Peterson Cakes N’ More, 2812 E. 27th 12.00 Hrs.

Dance

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Ballet/Jazz

For additional information please call (806) 356-3635. Focus on correct body placement, stretching, strengthening, and vocabulary. Correct technique for turns and jumps will be taught. Dance attire and ballet shoes required. ID# 132188 PREP-1053-4001 07:00PM-08:00PM W 06/11 - 07/30 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. New Classes

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Belly Dancing

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Belly Dancing - Beginning I (Teen-Adult)

$43.00

Belly Dancing - Beginning II (Teen-Adult)

$39.00

Gypsy Fusion (Teen-Adult)

$32.00

Learn technique and movement of Oriental Style belly dance. Hip scarves will be needed and will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 130109 DANCE-1010-4001 06:30PM-08:00PM M 06/02 - 07/21 Leslie Crawford Downtown Campus 12.00 Hrs. Nixson Gym 200 Continue to learn Oriental Style belly dance skills, which includes beginning layering and transitions. ID# 130110 DANCE-1010-4002 07:00PM-08:30PM R 06/05 - 07/17 Leslie Crawford Downtown Campus 10.50 Hrs. Nixson Gym 200 A belly dance style with a romantic, energetic kick. Class is for students that have studied belly dance. Gypsy skirt will be required. Students with questions can email instructor at akashadance@yahoo.com. ID# 130111 DANCE-1060-4001 08:00PM-09:00PM M 06/02 - 07/21 Leslie Crawford Downtown Campus 8.00 Hrs. Nixson Gym 200

Country Western Dance Country Western Dance - Beginning (Teen-Adult)

$52.00

Learn the basic Texas Two-step, Waltz, Schottische, Ten-step Polka, Jitterbug, and Line Dances. ID# 130156 DANCE-1015-4001 07:00PM-09:00PM R 06/05 - 07/24 Justin and Heather Sexton Washington St. Campus 16.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 103

Defensive Driving

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Defensive Driving

$35.00

Instructors teach the National Safety Council’s six-hour improvement training. Since its introduction in 1964, this course has had the highest rate of success in reducing the number and severity of collisions and their related costs. It is one of the few programs that offer consistent quality and content nationwide. It is also approved by the Texas Education Agency. Reduce auto insurance rates. Receive up to a 10 percent discount on your insurance rates and premiums for 3 years (applies to premiums on all vehicles for which you are listed as primary operator). Dismiss tickets. Prior to taking the course, students must obtain permission to attend the course from the court in the area in which the ticket was received. Students taking the class for ticket dismissal must supply court information in order to receive the court copy of the certificate. Failure to provide court information will result in only the insurance certificate being sent. Sharpen your driving skills. Accept personal responsibility behind the wheel. Learn how drugs, alcohol, physical condition, and emotions affect your driving and decision-making skills. Avoid collisions by choosing safe, legal behaviors. Take your driving environment, vehicle and road conditions, and other drivers into account. Learn how to use occupant safety devices correctly. (UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL AN INSTRUCTOR ALLOW A STUDENT IN THE CLASS WITHOUT A PHOTO ID.) An online version of Defensive Driving is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at: www.idrivesafely.com/acc. ID# 129956 NFUND-1401-4006 09:00AM-04:00PM S 06/14 ID# 129957 NFUND-1401-4007 09:00AM-04:00PM S 06/28 ID# 129958 NFUND-1401-4008 09:00AM-04:00PM S 07/12 ID# 129959 NFUND-1401-4009 09:00AM-04:00PM S 07/26 ID# 129960 NFUND-1401-4010 09:00AM-04:00PM S 08/09 ID# 129962 NFUND-1401-4011 09:00AM-04:00PM S 08/23 Reginald Jones West Campus 6.00 Hrs. (0.60 CEU) Building C 10

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Dog Obedience

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Dog Obedience

$59.00

$63.00

Teach your dog to sit down, stay, walk on a leash, and come when called. Dog must be at least one year old. DHLP-CPV and rabies vaccinations required. Please bring proof of the rabies vaccination. Required equipment will be discussed at the first class session. No dogs at first session. ID# 130163 SPEC-1151-4001 06:00PM-07:30PM T 05/27 - 07/22 ID# 130167 SPEC-1151-4002 06:00PM-07:30PM R 05/29 - 07/24 Judy Reeves Downtown Campus 13.50 Hrs. Nixson Gym 102

English, Literature and Film

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Classical Mythology

Read great literature and learn more about mythology than you ever have before! This course examines the primary and cultural contexts of Greek and Roman myths in-depth. Students will read translated primary texts, such as Hesiod’s Theogony and Homeriz Hymns, and will learn what these myths meant to their original audience and how they changed over time. Some outside reading required. ID# 130208 MISC-1069-4001 10:00AM-12:00PM S 06/07 - 08/09 Catherine Urban Washington St. Campus 18.00 Hrs Byrd Business Bldg. 410

Fencing

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Introduction to Fencing (Ages 13-Adult)

$48.00

This class is for students, who have had less than 3 semesters of fencing instruction. Provides beginning instruction in the basic principles of modern sport fencing. Introduces basic techniques of the foil and épée. Depending on student interest, some instruction in the techniques of the sabre may be available. All equipment for students in this class is provided. The instructors are professional members of USA Fencing ID# 130126 HER-1056-4001 07:00PM-09:00PM R 06/05 - 08/07 Chuck Slaughter/Bary Nusz Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 104

Fencing - Intermediate/Advanced (Ages 13-Adult)

$48.00

This class is for students, who have had at least three (3) semesters of fencing instruction or have been approved by the instructor to register for the class. All adult students who are competitive USA Fencing fencers should register for this class. Students in this class are required to be outfitted in full USA Fencing regulation standard uniform and all necessary foil and epee equipment. Students should consult with the instructor BEFORE purchasing equipment. Depending on the student’s experience, the class provides beginning, intermediate or advanced instruction in the basic principles of modern sport fencing. The class emphasizes instruction in the techniques of the foil and épée. Depending on student interest, some instruction in the techniques of the sabre may be available. This class is more strenuous than the Adult Introduction to Fencing Class. The Monday class consists of drills and competitive bouting. The first half of the Thursday class is a review of basic techniques and development of the skills of the referee by interaction with beginning adult fencers during the Adult Introduction to Fencing Class. The second half of the Thursday class and all Saturday classes are intermediate and advanced training through drills and competitive bouts. Friday classes are intermediate and advanced training on either a one to one basis with the instructor or a teaching assistant as available or a small group lesson. On occasion, Friday night serves as a tournament night for all class students. The instructors are professional members of USA Fencing. ID# 130128 HER-1055-4001 08:30PM-11:30PM M 06/02 - 08/09 and 07:00PM-11:00PM R F and 10:00AM-02:00PM S Chuck Slaughter/Bary Nusz Washington St. Campus 146.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 104

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Food and Beverage

For additional information please call (806) 371-2920. All About Wine $197.00 Prerequisite: You must be 21 years old to attend this class. Choose wine with confidence after “sipping your way” through the world’s major wine regions with the experts at Crush Wine Bar. This course will start with a “wine primer” and then take you on a tasting journey through France, Italy, South America, Australia, USA, and Spain. ID# 130254 SPEC-1209-4001 07:00PM-09:00PM W 06/04 - 07/23 Crush Wine Bar & Deli Kristina Aikman 701 S. Polk St. 14.00 Hrs.

Games and Entertainment

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Mahjong - Beginning

$47.00

Introduction to the most popular game worldwide. Mahjong is not the tile matching game you think you know from your computer. Learn the meaning of the tiles and their suits, how to make a winning hand, how to score a winning hand, and how to avoid losing to your opponents ID# 130157 HER-1034-4001 06:00PM-08:00PM W 05/28 - 07/09 Scott Miller Downtown Campus 14.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 119

Gymnastics

For additional information please call (806) 356-3626.

Power Tumbling and Trampoline Coed (Ages 14-Adult)

$72.00

Prerequisites: Must be able to perform back-handsprings without coach assistance. ID# 130402 HER-1019-4001 06:00PM-07:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Madilyn Newsome West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs.

Languages

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Latin - Beginning

$96.00

Course for beginners of all ages or current Latin students who want extra practice. Covers basic Latin grammar, vocabulary, and cultural studies. Students learn to read excerpts from ancient Roman authors and the Vulgate of St. Jerome. All material provided in class. No tests or grades. Come learn in a fun, stress-free atmosphere. ID# 130209 LANG-1035-4001 06:00PM-07:30PM TR 06/03 - 08/07 Catherine Urban Washington St. Campus 30.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 408

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Motorcycle Operator Training

Please note that we now offer motorcycle classes at BOTH West and East Campus (Campus Maps: www.actx.edu/cr/maps). For additional information please call (806) 371-2902.

Motorcycle RiderCourse - Basic

$235.00

Class is approved by the Department of Public Safety and is required for everyone, regardless of age, applying for a first time motorcycle endorsement. Ability to ride a two-wheeled bicycle is a prerequisite. In order to take the course, you must be at least 15 years of age and have an unrestricted provisional class “C” or higher driver’s license or learner’s permit. You must bring your driver’s license or learner’s permit with you to class. Please note: Students under 18 years of age must bring a parent or guardian with them to start of first class in order to have them sign a waiver. Students under 18 who do not bring a parent or guardian to sign waiver will not be allowed to take the class and will forfeit their class tuition and fees. A form will be given to students who successfully complete the course which will allow them to test for a motorcycle license. All participants must wear protective gear - eye protection, sturdy leather footwear that covers the ankle, long-sleeved shirt or jacket, long non-flare denim pants(no holes), or equivalent, and fullfingered gloves, preferably leather. You must bring protective gear to class. Students who do not bring protective gear will not be allowed to take the class and will forfeit their class tuition and fees. Motorcycle and helmet will be furnished, however, you may use your own DOT approved helmet. Please note that class begins promptly as scheduled. You must be on time to participate in the class. No refunds will be given for this class unless student drops class in person at the Assistance Center at least one business day prior to start of class. Class may run past the scheduled end time each day due to inclement weather and/or student needs, but schedules will be adhered to as much as possible. Be aware that this class is physically demanding and requires motorcycle riding outside in inclement weather conditions. You must be in good health to take this class. East Campus Public Service Training Center 102 ID# 130034 MOTRG-1003-3020 06:00PM-10:00PM F 05/30 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 05/31 - 06/01 ID# 130035 MOTRG-1003-4002 06:00PM-10:00PM F 06/06 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 06/07 - 06/08 ID# 130036 MOTRG-1003-4003 06:00PM-10:00PM F 06/13 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 06/14 - 06/15 ID# 130038 MOTRG-1003-4006 06:00PM-10:00PM F 06/20 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 06/21 - 06/22 ID# 130039 MOTRG-1003-4007 06:00PM-10:00PM F 06/27 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 06/28 - 06/29 ID# 130040 MOTRG-1003-4009 06:00PM-10:00PM F 07/11 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 07/12 - 07/13 ID# 130041 MOTRG-1003-4010 06:00PM-10:00PM F 07/18 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 07/19 - 07/20 ID# 130042 MOTRG-1003-4011 06:00PM-10:00PM F 07/25 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 07/26 - 07/27 ID# 130043 MOTRG-1003-4012 06:00PM-10:00PM F 08/01 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 08/02 - 08/03 ID# 130046 MOTRG-1003-4013 06:00PM-10:00PM F 08/08 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 08/09 - 08/10 ID# 130047 MOTRG-1003-4014 06:00PM-10:00PM F 08/15 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 08/16 - 08/17 ID# 130051 MOTRG-1003-4015 06:00PM-10:00PM F 08/22 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 08/23 - 08/24 Staff 15.00 Hrs. West Campus Building C Room 110C ID# 130053 MOTRG-1003-3021 06:00PM-10:00PM F 05/30 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 05/31 - 06/01 ID# 130055 MOTRG-1003-4001 06:00PM-10:00PM F 06/06 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 06/07 - 06/08 ID# 130056 MOTRG-1003-4004 06:00PM-10:00PM F 06/13 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 06/14 - 06/15 ID# 130058 MOTRG-1003-4005 06:00PM-10:00PM F 06/20 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 06/21 - 06/22 ID# 130059 MOTRG-1003-4008 06:00PM-10:00PM F 06/27 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 06/28 - 06/29 New Classes

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07/11 07/12 - 07/13 07/25 07/26 - 07/27 08/01 08/02 - 08/03 08/08 08/09 - 08/10 08/15 08/16 - 08/17 08/22 08/23 - 08/24 15.00 Hrs.

$195.00

Class is approved by the Department of Public Safety. Students must furnish their own street-legal 3Wheel bike, DOT approved helmet, eye protection, long-sleeved shirt or jacket, full-fingered gloves, long pants (no holes), and sturdy leather footwear that covers the ankle. You must bring protective gear to class. Students who do not bring protective gear will not be allowed to take the class and will forfeit their class tuition and fees. Students must bring proof of vehicle inspection and insurance to class. Class qualifies graduates for insurance premium discounts with some motorcycle insurers. Please note: Students under 18 years of age must bring parent or guardian with them to start of first class in order to have them sign a waiver. Students under 18 who do not bring parent or guardian to sign waiver will not be allowed to take the class and will forfeit their class tuition and fees. Please note that class begins promptly as scheduled. You must be on time to participate in the class. No refunds will be given for this class unless student drops class in person at the Assistance Center at least one business day prior to start of class. Class may run past the scheduled end time each day due to inclement weather and/ or student needs, but schedules will be adhered to as much as possible. Be aware that this class is physically demanding and requires motorcycle riding outside in inclement weather conditions. You must be in good health to take this class. ID# 132245 MOTRG-1005-4001 06:00PM-10:00PM F 07/18 and 07:00AM-02:00PM S U 07/19 - 07/20 Staff West Campus Building C 110C 15.00 Hrs.

Music

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Piano - Beginning

$83.00

Digital SLR Camera - Basic

$35.00

For students with no previous piano experience. Emphasis is on learning the basics: recognizing notes on the keyboard and music staff, rhythm, dynamics, key signatures, time signatures, values of notes, and rests, etc. Students learn how to effectively read and accurately interpret music. These skills enable each student to pursue more advanced techniques through an Intermediate Piano class and/or Private Lessons. Students must be at least a sophomore in high school. Enrollment is limited to 11 students. ID# 130158 MUSIC-1110-4001 07:00PM-09:00PM M 06/02 - 08/11 Helen Kilburn Washington St. Campus 22.00 Hrs. Music Building 203

Photography

For additional information please call (806) 371-2920. Beginner’s course for digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera. Learn the settings to help get past the fears of the camera. Instruction manual and camera equipment is required to bring to the class. ID# 130196 PHOTO-1015-4001 06:00PM-08:00PM T 06/03 - 06/24 ID# 130199 PHOTO-1015-4003 06:00PM-08:00PM T 07/08 - 07/29 Ron Davis Washington St. Campus 8.00 Hrs. Parcells Hall 217 ID# 130197 PHOTO-1015-4002 10:00AM-12:00PM W 06/04 - 06/25 ID# 130200 PHOTO-1015-4004 10:00AM-12:00PM W 07/09 - 07/30 Ron Davis Downtown Campus 8.00 Hrs. Business and Industry Center 119

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Photoshop CS6 Introduction

$74.00

Picture Perfect With Photoshop Elements

$74.00

Buying and Using Digital Cameras

$35.00

High School Student Photojournalism

$46.00

Learn to navigate through Photoshop CS6 to achieve a basic understanding of the CS6 Photoshop program. Work to become proficient at using the selection tools, creating content layers, utilizing the painting and editing tools, and understanding the basic fundamentals of color correction. ID# 130201 PHOTO-1029-4001 07:00PM-09:00PM T 06/03 - 07/15 Heather Hofstetter Washington St. Campus 14.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 204 Make your photos the “Best They Can Be!” Learn about pixels, cropping, adjustments of lighting and color, printing, how to organize your photos, photo restoration, wrinkle reduction, removing blemishes, whitening teeth, creating graphical text for the Web, and working with layers. Understand the pixels, megapixels, and what they mean to your photos and prints; create frames for photos using filters and applying effects; correct/restore old photos; share photos through e-mail; share photos over the Internet through Flickr, Picassa, etc. ID# 130154 PHOTO-1028-4001 07:00PM-09:00PM W 06/04 - 07/16 Staff Downtown Campus 14.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 126 Explore digital cameras that are available and which one would work best for your needs, whether it be taking pictures, storing images, camera settings, or using the kiosk. This is also a great class for anyone who has recently purchased or been given a digital camera. ID# 130189 PHOTO-1017-4001 10:00AM-12:00PM F 06/06 - 06/27 Ron Davis Downtown Campus 8.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 119 Have you ever wanted to learn what it takes to be a photographer for the high school annual and newspaper? Come learn what you need in equipment, types of photography, assignments, and telling a story with pictures. Bring annual and photo equipment with you. ID# 130190 PHOTO-1006-4001 09:00AM-12:00PM S 06/07 - 06/28 Ron Davis Washington St. Campus 12.00 Hrs. Parcells Hall 214

Physical Fitness and Health

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Cardio and Strength Total Body Workout (Teen-Adult)

$79.00

Early Bird Total Body Workout (Teen-Adult)

$82.00

Burn fat and calories with basic aerobic and dance moves, tone up all muscle groups and problem areas, then relax and stretch your muscles for a total body workout. ID# 130248 HER-1002-4002 05:30PM-06:30PM MW 05/19 - 08/13 Sandy Porter Washington St. Campus 25.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 103 “Rise and Shout, the Early Birds are Out!” Start the morning right! Come burn calories with basic aerobic and dance moves, tone and strengthen all muscle groups and problem areas, then relax and stretch your muscles for a total body workout. ID# 130215 HER-1002-4001 05:30AM-06:30AM TR 05/20 - 08/14 Sandy Porter Washington St. Campus 26.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 104

Pilates Powerhouse Pilates (Teen-Adult)

$79.00

Strengthen your core and tone up abs, back, butt, hips, and legs. Release stress and increase flexibility. Streamline and strengthen your whole body. ID# 130214 HER-1191-4001 04:30PM-05:30PM MW 05/19 - 08/13 Sandy Porter Washington St. Campus 25.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 104

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Stretching Stretch and Strengthen (Teen-Adult)

$65.00

Improve your strength and flexibility using gravity, your own body, and a series of poses and stretches. Beginner through intermediate levels. Please bring a yoga mat. ID# 130218 HER-1182-4001 05:30PM-06:30PM TR 06/03 - 08/07 Kim Johnson Downtown Campus 20.00 Hrs. Nixson Gym 200

Tai Chi Tai Chi - Beginner and Intermediate (Teen-Adult)

$54.00

Tai Chi and Qi Gong. Learn the free flowing Tibetan style of meditation in motion. Basic concepts of Chi, Yin Yang, and eastern philosophy are addressed. The health aspects of breathing, balance, the brain, body work, and beauty are emphasized. The first eight weeks of classes address beginning tai chi and the remainder blends intermediate chi gung such as push hands and bagwa. ID# 130211 HER-1157-4001 06:30PM-08:00PM W 05/28 - 08/06 Roamie Caranto Washington St. Campus 16.50 Hrs. Russell Hall 104

Yoga Yoga Multi Level (Teen-Adult) $71.00 Various stretches and strengthening poses/exercises that help to tone and relax your muscles without joint stress. Beginner through intermediate levels. ID# 130000 HER-1183-4001 10:00AM-11:00AM TR 05/27 - 08/07 Don Hamby Downtown Campus 22.00 Hrs. Nixson Gym 200

Basic Yoga (Teen-Adult)

Basic yoga poses to improve balance, strength and flexibility. ID# 130220 HER-1183-4002 05:30PM-06:30PM MW Taylor Withrow Downtown Campus Nixson Gym 200

Yoga for Everyone (Teen-Adult)

$65.00

05/28 - 08/06 20.00 Hrs.

$40.00

Enjoy an hour completely focused on your physical balance and well-being. Concentrate on breathing and muscle control. Develop strength and flexibility. Leave class feeling rejuvenated. ID# 132258 HER-1185-4001 10:30AM-11:30AM S 05/31 - 08/09 Betty Goodgion Washington St. Campus 11.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 103

Yoga Para Principantes - Yoga for Beginners

$49.00

Ya seas un principante de yoga o un practicante avanzado debes hacer sólo lo que tu cuerpo te permita. La practica habitual del yoga les incrementará la tonicidad muscular, la fuerza y la flexibilidad. Les reducirá el estrés y la tensión, les mejorará el por te y les realzará la relajacion. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced yoga practitioner, you must do only what your body allows. The regular practice of yoga will increase muscle tone, strength and flexibility. It reduces stress and tension, and helps with your mood and relaxation. ID# 132192 HER-1183-4003 07:00AM-08:00AM TR 06/17 - 07/31 Cynthia Gable Washington St. Campus 14.00 Hrs Russell Hall 104

Zumba® Zumba® (Teen-Adult)

$68.00

Zumba® is a Latin-inspired, dance fitness class that incorporates Latin and International music and dance movements, which creates a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness system! Combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic/fitness fashion to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle toning. Zumba® integrates some of the basic principles of aerobics, interval, and resistance training to maximize caloric output, cardiovascular benefits, and total body toning. The cardio-based dance movements are easy-to-follow steps that include body sculpting. ID# 130222 HER-1011-4002 05:30PM-06:30PM MW 05/28 - 08/06 Maria DeAnda Washington St. Campus 21.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 104 Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


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Zumba® (Teen-Adult) ID# 130223 HER-1011-4003 Maria DeAnda

$71.00

05:30PM-06:30PM TR Washington St. Campus Russell Hall 103

05/27 - 08/07 22.00 Hrs.

Zumba® (Teen-Adult) ID# 130129 HER-1011-4001 Rita Wilson

Zumba® (Teen-Adult)

ID# 130251 HER-1011-4004 Maria DeAnda

$74.00

12:00PM-1:00PM WF Washington St. Campus Russell Hall 104

09:30AM-10:30AM S Washington St. Campus Russell Hall 104

05/28 - 08/15 23.00 Hrs.

$40.00

05/31 - 08/09 11.00 Hrs.

Sports and Recreation

For additional information please call (806) 371-2920.

Aikido - Self Defense (Ages 13-Adult)

$133.00

Golf (Ages 12-Adult)

$135.00

Advanced Texas Hunter Education (Ages 9 – Adult)

$22.00

Introduction to the self-defense martial art of Aikido. Aikido combines the joint locks and throws from jujitsu with the dynamic movements of sword and spear fighting. Instructor is a member of the United States Aikido Federation. No prior martial arts experience needed. Students are encouraged to wear a martial arts GI. ID# 130179 HER-1021-4001 06:30PM-08:30PM W 05/28 - 08/09 and 08:30AM-10:30AM S 05/28 - 08/09 Scott DeJesse/James Albertson Downtown Campus Nixson Gym 102 44.00 Hrs. For beginning through advanced golfers. Class fees include green fees and range balls. ID# 130180 HER-1063-4002 01:00PM-02:30PM MTWR 06/09 - 07/03 ID# 128925 HER-1063-4001 01:00PM-02:30PM MTWR 07/07 - 07/31 Craig Clifton Preston West Golf Course 24.00 Hrs. 9101 S. Coulter St.

Hunter’s Education Prerequisite: Minimum age 9 years old. Gain knowledge of guns and ammunition, proper gun handling, and safe hunting methods. Certificates of competency issued upon successful completion. Offered in cooperation with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept. and NRA. One off-site meeting will be arranged by the instructor. ID# 130258 SPEC-1283-4001 08:00AM-05:00PM S 06/07 and 01:00PM-05:00PM U 06/08 Bill McCubbin West Campus Building C 101 Wayne Ellis/Tom King 13.00 Hrs.

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Professional Trades/Industry Alcohol Seller Education Program For additional information please call (806) 356-3649.

Alcohol Seller Education Program

$30.00

Certified by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (#465-516). Employees and owners/managers of alcohol beverage establishments such as restaurants, bars, liquor, convenience or grocery stores benefit by attending. Covers laws concerning the sale or service of alcoholic beverages to minors, intoxicated persons, non-members of private clubs, and techniques to prevent such sales. Violations of these laws could result in a fine of up to $4,000 and/or one year in jail. Individuals who complete this program will receive a certificate good for two years. Certified employees and their employers may also receive some legal protection and reduced insurance rates if all employees are required to complete this program. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL AN INSTRUCTOR ALLOW A STUDENT IN THE CLASS WITHOUT A PHOTO ID AND THEIR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER. An online version of this program is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at http.amarillocollege.360training.com. ID# 129950 NFUND-1401-4002 09:00AM-12:00PM S 06/07 ID# 129951 NFUND-1401-4003 09:00AM-12:00PM S 07/12 ID# 129952 NFUND-1401-4004 09:00AM-12:00PM S 08/09 Eddie Tinsley West Campus 3.00 Hrs. (0.30 CEU) Building C 113

Automotive Collision Technology For additional information please call (806) 335-4211.

Basic Refinishing

$294.00

Shop safety and practices, and use of hand and power tools; techniques of bending, shrinking, cutting, and welding metals and plastics; and frame straightening. Fiberglass repair, body preparation, application of body plastic, sanding, priming, painting, and detailing. Students must provide their own project. No project will be left over night; the unit must be transported to and from class. ADDITIONAL EXPENSES MAY BE INCURRED BASED ON THE INDIVIDUAL PROJECT. ID# 129991 NFUND-1006-4001 05:30PM-10:30PM TR 05/27 - 07/17 Eddie Casias Sr. East Campus 80.00 Hrs. (8.00 CEU) Transportation Career Center 127

Floral Design/Flower Shop Operations For additional information please call (806) 371-2904.

Floral Design and Flower Shop Operations

$229.00

Learn the basics of floral design in this hands-on class. Includes care and handling of fresh flowers, flower shop operations, and basic floral design techniques for a variety of floral needs. A basic desire to create a floral masterpiece is all you need to enjoy this class. ID# 129971 FMKT-1005-4001 06:00PM-10:00PM T 06/03 - 07/08 Kerry Smith, TMF Budding Art by Kerry 24.00 Hrs. (2.40 CEU) 2640 SW 34th

Food Service Management

For additional information please call (806) 371-5265.

Sanitation and Safety

$116.00

A study of personal cleanliness; sanitary practices in food preparation; causes, investigation, control of illness caused by food contamination (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points); and work place safety standards. ID# 130003 CHEF-1005-4001 WEB 06/09 - 08/01 Charles King Distance Education 32.00 Hrs. (3.20 CEU) Internet Course

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Forklift Operator Certification

For additional information please call (806) 335-4370.

Forklift Operator Certification

$250.00

Forklift design, controls and instrumentation, comprehensive pre-use inspection, forklift stability, and factors affecting stability. Hands-on training and demonstration of proficiency. ID# 128936 CNSE-1003-4004 06:00PM-10:00PM TWR 07/22 - 07/24 ID# 128937 CNSE-1003-4005 06:00PM-10:00PM TWR 08/12 - 08/14 Jerry Terry East Campus 12.00 Hrs. (1.20 CEU) Logistics Training Center 502

Irrigation Technology

For additional information please call (806) 371-2923.

Licensed Irrigator Training

$500.00

Covers irrigation history and current trends, principles and hydraulics, components, design with a focus on water conservation, installation and maintenance techniques, terminology, Texas Irrigator Rules and Regulations. Preparation for the Texas State Irrigators Exam. Exam may be taken 14 days after class to allow for reporting. There is an additional fee for the exam. Textbook included; students will need a basic calculator, pen and paper. Approved by the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for 40 hours of continuing education credit. Refunds: Due to fixed costs for this course, no refunds will be given after the Registration Deadline. ID# 129240 HALT-1033-4001 07:00AM-06:00PM MTWR 06/30 – 07/03 Phil Sheppard Downtown Campus 40.00 Hrs. (4.00 CEU) Business & Industry Center 112A Registration Deadline: June 27

Logistics Training Program

Classes are taught at the East Campus Logistics Training Center. For additional information please call (806) 335-4370.

Professional Driver Training

The Transportation Industry is growing and there is a high demand for well-trained drivers. You can be one of them. This five-week course utilizes classroom instruction, range and road driving, and practical application of skills used in the operation of a tractor/trailer. Prerequisites: • Student must be 18 years of age at the commencement of the course • Student must have a current valid Texas Drivers License • Student must have in possession first day of class a valid original Social Security Card • Texas Department of Public Safety fees for Commercial Drivers License and permit are included • Student will be required to take a DOT physical on the first day of class. Cost of the physical is included. If the student cannot pass the physical, they will receive a course refund, less the cost of the physical and the Defensive Driving Course. Students completing the course will have a Class A Commercial Drivers License with tanker, doubles/triples, hazmat, and school and passenger bus endorsements. Students also trained by National Safety Council Certified instructors on Defensive Driving for large trucks and forklift operation. To obtain a Certificate of Completion, the student must pass all Texas Department of Public Safety requirements for a Class A Commercial Drivers License issued by the State of Texas. Upon completion of the course, the student will be qualified to secure an entry level job as an over-the-road operator with a Commercial Drivers License. Amarillo College is not an employment agency, nor do we guarantee the Texas Department of Public Safety will issue a license. However, students have ample opportunity and help to talk with visiting recruiters, apply for employment, and pass DPS testing. In person registration at the Truck Driving Academy, East Campus Logistics Training Center, Room 500 is recommended. However, you can register and pay for courses on line at www.actx.edu/cereg.

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13th Commercial Drivers License Program – Room 502 Defensive Driving - Professional Truck Operator

ID# 129055 CVOP-2035-3005 08:00AM-05:00PM TW Jerry Terry

Commercial Drivers License Written Skills

$237.00

05/27 - 05/28 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU)

$718.00

ID# 129025 CVOP-1005-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 05/29 - 06/13 Jerry Terry 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU)

Commercial Drivers License Driving Skills -

$718.00

Advanced Driving Skills I

$599.00

Advanced Driving Skills II

$718.00

ID# 129021 CVOP-1001-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 05/29 - 06/13 Jerry Terry 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) ID# 129051 CVOP-2033-4001 08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Jerry Terry 40.00 Hrs. (4.00 CEU) ID# 129059 CVOP-2037-4002 Jerry Terry

Program Total Hours/Cost

08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/30 East Campus 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) Logistics Training Center 502

200.00 Hrs. (20.0 CEU)

$2,990.00

14th Commercial Drivers License Program – Room 503 Defensive Driving - Professional Truck Operator

ID# 129056 CVOP-2035-4001 08:00AM-05:00PM MT Robert Mathews

Commercial Drivers License Written Skills

$237.00

06/09 - 06/10 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU)

$718.00

ID# 129026 CVOP-1005-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/11 - 06/26 Robert Mathews 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU)

Commercial Drivers License Driving Skills

$718.00

Advanced Driving Skills I

$599.00

Advanced Driving Skills II

$718.00

ID# 129022 CVOP-1001-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/11 - 06/26 Robert Mathews 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) ID# 129052 CVOP-2033-4002 08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/27 - 07/03 Robert Mathews 40.00 Hrs. (4.00 CEU) ID# 129060 CVOP-2037-4003 Robert Mathews

Program Total Hours/Cost

08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/14 East Campus 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) Logistics Training Center 503

200.00 Hrs. (20.0 CEU)

$2,990.00

15th Commercial Drivers License Program – Room 502

Defensive Driving - Professional Truck Operator

ID# 129057 CVOP-2035-4002 08:00AM-05:00PM MT Jerry Terry

Commercial Drivers License Written Skills

$237.00

06/30 - 07/01 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU)

$718.00

ID# 129027 CVOP-1005-4003 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/02 - 07/18 Jerry Terry 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU)

Commercial Drivers License Driving Skills

$718.00

Advanced Driving Skills I

$599.00

Advanced Driving Skills II

$718.00

ID# 129023 CVOP-1001-4003 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/02 - 07/18 Jerry Terry 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) ID# 129053 CVOP-2033-4003 08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Jerry Terry 40.00 Hrs. (4.00 CEU) ID# 129061 CVOP-2037-4004 Jerry Terry

Program Total Hours/Cost

08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/28 - 08/04 East Campus 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) Logistics Training Center 502

200.00 Hrs. (20.0 CEU)

$2,990.00

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16th Commercial Drivers License Program – Room 503

Defensive Driving - Professional Truck Operator

ID# 129058 CVOP-2035-4003 08:00AM-05:00PM MT Robert Mathews

Commercial Drivers License Written Skills

$237.00

07/14 - 07/15 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU)

$718.00

ID# 129028 CVOP-1005-4004 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/16 - 07/31 Robert Mathews 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU)

Commercial Drivers License Driving Skills

$718.00

Advanced Driving Skills I

$599.00

ID# 129024 CVOP-1001-4004 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/16 - 07/31 Robert Mathews 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU)

ID# 129054 CVOP-2033-4004 08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 08/01 - 08/07 Robert Mathews 40.00 Hrs. (4.00 CEU)

Advanced Driving Skills II - 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) ID# 129062 CVOP-2037-4005 Robert Mathews

Program Total Hours/Cost

$718.00

08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 08/08 - 08/15 East Campus 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) Logistics Training Center 503

200.00 Hrs. (20.0 CEU)

$2,990.00

Plumbers

For additional information please call (806) 371-2923.

Plumbing Review

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Every third Saturday of the month, AC provides current Texas plumbing license holders with six hours of board approved continuing education required by the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners,(Sec. 1301.404(b) and Sec. 1301.404(d) of the Plumbing License Law). Check in time is 7:30 a.m. Call (800) 992-7422 or visit www.phcc-tx.org to register. Lunch is provided. Walk-ins accepted on a first-come first-served basis. PFPB-2001-4901 07:00AM-03:30PM S 06/21 PFPB-2001-4903 07:00AM-03:30PM S 07/19 PFPB-2001-4902 07:00AM-03:30PM S 08/16 Kevin Robinson West Campus Building A 107 7.00 Hrs. (0.70 CEU)

Safety and Environmental Technology

For additional information please call (806) 335-4228 or 335-4229 unless otherwise noted.

HAZCOM and Chemical Safety

$45.00

Fire Extinguisher Training

$25.00

HAZWOPER Refresher

$150.00

Participants will receive training on Hazard Communication and Chemical safety (HAZCOM/GHS) in accordance with OSHA Standard 1910.1200. ID# 130256 NFUND-2001-4005 08:00AM-12:00PM F 06/20 Elton Butcher Downtown Campus 4.00 Hrs. (0.40 CEU) Business & Industry Center 112A Available to anyone seeking training on how to use a portable fire extinguisher. Participants will receive the knowledge and skills as per OSHA 1073-157 to successfully use a portable fire extinguisher in the event of a small fire. ID# 130255 NFUND-2001-4004 09:00AM-11:00AM F 06/27 Elton Butcher East Campus 2.00 Hrs. (0.20 CEU) Public Service Training Center 103 A refresher course designed to re-familiarize the student with basic occupational safety and health principals and HAZWOPER procedures and techniques presented in the original 24-hour or 40-hour HAZWOPER certification training. Meets OSHA’s requirement for an annual update under 29 CFR 1910.120. ID# 129110 EPCT-1059-4001 08:00AM-05:00PM F 06/13 ID# 129928 EPCT-1059-4002 08:00AM-05:00PM F 07/11 ID# 129111 EPCT-1059-4003 08:00AM-05:00PM F 08/08 Elton Butcher East Campus 8.00 Hrs. (0.80 CEU) Public Service Training Center 103

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Asbestos Worker Refresher

$123.00

Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor Refresher

$173.00

Building Inspector Refresher

$113.00

Management Planner Refresher

$113.00

Asbestos Project Designer Refresher

$173.00

Air Monitoring Technician Refresher

$138.00

A refresher course designed for workers who disturb asbestos during removal, encapsulation, enclosure or repair, or who may be exposed to asbestos in the course of their work. Currently accepted work practices and techniques are emphasized. Students gain actual hands-on experience constructing a decontamination unit, performing glove bag operations, and creating a negative pressure enclosure. ID# 130132 EPCT-1056-4001 08:00AM-04:00PM M 08/11 Freddie Polanco East Campus 8.00 Hrs. (0.80 CEU) Public Service Training Center 103 Registration Deadline: August 1 A refresher course designed for contractors and supervisors involved in asbestos abatement and for those who desire information or certification in dealing with asbestos abatement projects. This course meets the training requirements for licensing as an Abatement Supervisor and Operations and Maintenance Supervisor and satisfies OSHA competent person training requirements. Students gain actual hands-on experience constructing a decontamination unit, performing glove bag operations, and creating a negative pressure enclosure. ID# 130133 EPCT-1057-4001 08:00AM-04:00PM T 08/12 Freddie Polanco East Campus 8.00 Hrs. (0.80 CEU) Public Service Training Center 103 Registration Deadline: August 1 A refresher course designed for building inspectors and consultants who must identify and assess the condition of asbestos containing materials. Students are presented current, concise and relevant information during the classroom lectures, as well as a field trip where students do a “mock” inspection of a school building. This course in based on the EPA’s Model accreditation Plan, and meets federal accreditation requirements (40 CFR 763 Appendix C). For additional information please call (806) 335-4228 or 335-4229. ID# 130134 NFUND-2001-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM W 08/13 Freddie Polanco East Campus 4.00 Hrs. (0.40 CEU) Public Service Training Center 103 Registration Deadline: August 1 Prerequisite: Building Inspector Course. For management planners and other professionals who determine appropriate response actions, assess ACM hazards, develop operations and maintenance programs, and develop schedules for response action implementation. ID# 130135 NFUND-2001-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM W 08/13 Freddie Polanco East Campus 4.00 Hrs. (0.40 CEU) Public Service Training Center 103 Registration Deadline: August 1 A refresher course for asbestos abatement project designers renewing their accreditation as required by federal regulations. Based on the EPA Model Accreditation Plan requirements and fully approved by the EPA through the Texas DSHS. This course is required by the Texas DSHS for licensing of Asbestos Consultants and required by the EPA for response action design in public, commercial and industrial buildings. ID# 129289 OSHT-1015-4001 08:00AM-04:00PM R 08/14 Freddie Polanco East Campus 8.00 Hrs. (0.80 CEU) Public Service Training Center 103 Registration Deadline: August 1 A refresher course designed for individuals responsible for industrial hygiene and environmental air monitoring and those who conduct area and personal air monitoring during asbestos abatement projects in schools, public buildings, and industrial facilities. Students learn general air sampling techniques for safety and healthy air monitoring. Meets the requirements of the Texas Asbestos Health Protection Act, and the Texas Asbestos Model Accreditation Plan. ID# 130136 NFUND-2001-4003 08:00AM-12:00PM F 08/15 Freddie Polanco East Campus 4.00 Hrs. (0.40 CEU) Public Service Training Center 103 Registration Deadline: August 1 Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


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Municipal Solid Waste

For additional information please call (806) 371-2923.

Municipal Solid Waste License Class “A”

$525.00

Municipal Solid Waste License Class “A” Renewal

$425.00

Municipal Solid Waste License Class “B” Renewal

$425.00

Provides 27 hours of instruction on regulations, standards, technologies, and processes as outlined by TCEQ. Satisfies Class “A” license requirements for solid waste facility supervisors. For additional information please call (806) 371-2923. ID# 129117 EPCT-1091-4001 08:00AM-05:00PM MTW 06/23 - 06/25 08:00AM-11:00AM R 06/26 Ted Dodd Downtown Campus 27.00 Hrs. (2.70 CEU) Business & Industry Center 120 Registration Deadline: June 16 Provides 16 hours of instruction on regulations, standards, technologies, and processes as outlined by TCEQ. Satisfies Class “A” license renewal requirements for solid waste facility supervisors. For additional information please call (806) 371-2923. ID# 129118 EPCT-1091-4002 08:00AM-05:00PM MT 06/23 - 06/24 Ted Dodd Downtown Campus 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU) Business & Industry Center 120 Registration Deadline: June 16 Provides 16 hours of instruction on regulations, standards, technologies, and processes as outlined by TCEQ. Satisfies Class “B” license renewal requirements for solid waste facility supervisors. For additional information please call (806) 371-2923. ID# 129119 EPCT-1091-4003 08:00AM-05:00PM MT 06/23 - 06/24 Ted Dodd Downtown Campus 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU) Business & Industry Center 120 Registration Deadline: June 16

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Kids’ College Classes and Camps Babysitting

For additional information please call (806) 371-2920.

Babysitting (Ages 10 & Over)

$67.00

This popular course provides training for adolescents/teens to become successful, safe and medically responsible caregivers. Basic responsibilities, child development stages, accident prevention and emergency actions are covered in class through interactive roleplaying, hands-on training and group participation. ID# 130159 CHILD-1023-4001 09:00AM-11:00AM MTWRF 06/10 - 06/20 ID# 130164 CHILD-1023-4003 09:00AM-11:00AM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/18 ID# 130166 CHILD-1023-4004 09:00AM-11:00AM MTWRF 07/21 - 08/01 ID# 130162 CHILD-1023-4002 05:00PM-07:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/27 Donna Salter Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Warren Hall 109

Cheerleading

For additional information please call (806) 356-3626. Please note that the Cheerleading classes are in order of day and time, starting with Monday. There are no more than 12 students per instructor. All cheerleading instructors are CPR and first aid certified. Parent Watch Day will be the last class day of July. All classes are coed unless otherwise noted.

Cheerleading Beginning (Ages 3-5)

$72.00

Cheerleading Beginning (Ages 4-7)

$72.00

Cheerleading Beginning (Ages 7-10)

$117.00

Beginning tumbling with correct technique. Partner stunting, jumps, cheers, and chants. ID# 130432 CHILD-1030-4011 06:00PM-07:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Shelby Cross West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Beginning tumbling with correct technique. Partner stunting, jumps, cheers, and chants. ID# 130378 CHILD-1030-4008 11:00AM-12:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130377 CHILD-1030-4007 05:00PM-06:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Lacie Nix West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130375 CHILD-1030-4005 01:00PM-02:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Shelby Cross West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130371 CHILD-1030-4002 11:00AM-12:00PM F 06/06 - 08/15 Megan Frazier West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130376 CHILD-1030-4006 12:00PM-01:00PM S 06/07 - 08/16 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Beginning tumbling with correct technique. Partner stunting, jumps, cheers, and chants. ID# 130370 CHILD-1030-4001 04:00PM-05:00PM MW 06/09 - 08/13 Shelby Cross West Campus Gym/Dance 101 20.00 Hrs.

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$72.00

Beginning tumbling with correct technique. Partner stunting, jumps, cheers, and chants. ID# 130380 CHILD-1030-4009 12:00PM-01:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130381 CHILD-1030-4010 05:00PM-06:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Shelby Cross West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130373 CHILD-1030-4004 12:00PM-01:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Shelby Cross West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130372 CHILD-1030-4003 06:00PM-07:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Maegan Gauna West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs.

Dance - Ballet, Tap, Jazz

For additional information please call (806) 356-3635. All Summer Classes are non-performing classes. Please note that the Dance classes are in order of age, day and time, starting with Monday. Dance classes are closed instruction classes. Parents are invited to observe classes on designated watch days. Parent Watch Days are assigned by each individual instructor. All students must be toilet trained unless noted in the class description. Please be advised that dance classes are coed unless otherwise noted.

Mommy and Me Creative Movement (Ages 2-4)

$45.00

Parent participation class. (Parent does not enroll in the class, only their child.) Parent is to stay and help the dancer. No siblings are allowed that are not enrolled in the class. Dancers and parents should dress in comfortable attire. Ballet shoes are not required. ID# 132051 DANC-1011-4001 05:30PM-06:00PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 4.00 Hrs. ID# 132053 DANC-1011-4002 10:00AM-10:30AM W 06/11 - 07/30 Jennifer McKinney West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs. ID# 132055 DANC-1011-4003 06:30PM-07:00PM W 06/11 - 07/30 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 4.00 Hrs.

Ballet Beginning (Ages 2-4)

$45.00

Baby Hop (Ages 2-4)

$45.00

Ballet Beginning (Ages 3-5)

$45.00

Ballet and Tap Beginning (Ages 3-5)

$96.00

Must be completely toilet trained. No diapers or pull-ups. This class focuses on rhythmic movement to fun kid’s music. Leotard, tights, pink ballet, and black tap shoes are required. ID# 132022 DANC-1010-4001 10:00AM-10:30AM M 06/09 - 07/28 Jennifer McKinney West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs. ID# 132023 DANC-1010-4002 07:00PM-07:30PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs. ID# 132039 DANC-1010-4003 05:00PM-05:30PM T 06/10 - 07/29 Jennifer McKinney West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs. ID# 132049 DANC-1010-4007 05:30PM-06:00PM W 06/11 - 07/30 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs. ID# 132045 DANC-1010-4005 06:00PM-06:30PM W 06/11 - 07/30 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 4.00 Hrs. ID# 132047 DANC-1010-4006 11:30AM-12:00PM S 06/14 - 08/02 Danielle Starnes West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs. Must be completely toilet trained. No diapers or pull-ups. This class focuses on rhythmic movement to fun kid’s music. Students should dress in comfortable attire and will be barefoot in class. ID# 132043 DANC-1010-4004 10:30AM-11:00AM W 06/11 - 07/30 Jennifer McKinney West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs.

Must be completely toilet trained. No diapers or pull-ups. Introduction to ballet techniques. Leotard, tights, and pink ballet shoes are required. ID# 132074 DANC-1103-4006 05:30PM-06:00PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs. Must be completely toilet trained. No diapers or pull-ups. Introduction to ballet and tap techniques. Leotard, tights, pink ballet, and black tap shoes are required. ID# 132065 DANC-1103-4004 05:00PM-06:00PM TR 06/10 - 07/31 Danielle Starnes West Campus Gym/Dance 107 16.00 Hrs. Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


28 Ballet and Tap Beginning (Ages 3-5)

$62.00

Ballet Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 4-6)

$45.00

Must be completely toilet trained. No diapers or pull-ups. Introduction to ballet and tap techniques. Leotard, tights, pink ballet, and black tap shoes are required ID# 132058 DANC-1103-4001 09:30AM-10:30AM M 06/09 - 07/28 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132060 DANC-1103-4002 11:30AM-12:30PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Jennifer McKinney West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132063 DANC-1103-4003 06:00PM-07:00PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132071 DANC-1103-4005 09:30AM-10:30AM R 06/12 - 07/31 Sierra Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132080 DANC-1103-4008 09:00AM-10:00AM S 06/07 - 08/02 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132077 DANC-1103-4009 10:30AM-11:30AM S 06/07 - 08/02 Danielle Starnes West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, and pink ballet shoes required. ID# 132094 DANC-1104-4007 06:00PM-06:30PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs.

Ballet and Tap Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 4-6)

$62.00

Ballet and Tap Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 5-8)

$96.00

This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, pink ballet, and black tap shoes required. ID# 132083 DANC-1104-4001 04:30PM-05:30PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132085 DANC-1104-4002 04:00PM-05:00PM T 06/10 - 07/29 Jennifer McKinney West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132086 DANC-1104-4003 09:00AM-10:00AM W 06/11 - 07/30 Jennifer McKinney West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132088 DANC-1104-4004 04:30PM-05:30PM W 06/11 - 07/30 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132090 DANC-1104-4005 06:30PM-07:30PM R 06/12 - 07/31 Danielle Starnes West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132092 DANC-1104-4006 11:00AM-12:00PM S 06/07 - 08/02 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, pink ballet, and black tap shoes required. ID# 132100 DANC-1105-4003 04:00PM-05:00PM TR 06/10 - 07/31 Danielle Starnes West Campus Gym/Dance 107 16.00 Hrs.

Ballet and Tap Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 5-8)

$62.00

Ballet Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 6-9)

$45.00

This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, pink ballet, and black tap shoes required. ID# 132097 DANC-1105-4001 07:00PM-08:00PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132099 DANC-1105-4002 10:00AM-11:00AM T 06/10 - 07/29 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132104 DANC-1105-4005 05:00PM-06:00PM W 06/11 - 07/30 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132103 DANC-1105-4004 06:00PM-07:00PM W 06/11 - 07/30 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132110 DANC-1105-4008 10:30AM-11:30AM R 06/12 - 07/31 Sierra Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132106 DANC-1105-4006 10:00AM-11:00AM S 06/07 - 08/02 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132108 DANC-1105-4007 12:00PM-01:00PM S 06/07 - 08/02 Danielle Starnes West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, and pink ballet shoes required. ID# 132116 DANC-1106-4002 06:30PM-07:00PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 4.00 Hrs. New Classes

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29 Ballet and Tap Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 6-9)

$62.00

This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, pink ballet, and black tap shoes required. ID# 132113 DANC-1106-4001 10:30AM-11:30AM M 06/09 - 07/28 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132126 DANC-1106-4004 07:30PM-08:30PM R 06/12 - 07/31 Danielle Starnes West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs.

Ballet and Jazz (Ages 6-9)

$62.00

Dance Team Hip Hop (Ages 6-9)

$53.00

Ballet Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 7-12)

$45.00

This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, and pink ballet shoes required. Jazz shoes will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 132128 DANC-1106-4005 09:30AM-10:30AM S 06/07 - 08/02 Danielle Starnes West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Hip hop shoes will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 132119 DANC-1106-4003 06:00PM-06:45PM T 06/10 - 07/29 Casey Schurke West Campus Gym/Dance 107 6.00 Hrs. This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, and pink ballet shoes required. ID# 132185 DANC-1111-4002 06:00PM-06:30PM R 06/12 - 07/31 Danielle Starnes West Campus Gym/Dance 107 4.00 Hrs.

Ballet and Jazz Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 7-12)

$62.00

This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, and pink ballet shoes required. Jazz shoes will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 132187 DANC-1111-4004 10:30AM-11:30AM M 06/09 - 07/28 Jennifer McKinney West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132184 DANC-1111-4001 07:00PM-08:00PM W 06/11 - 07/30 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132186 DANC-1111-4003 12:00PM-01:00PM S 06/07 - 08/02 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs.

Dance Team Hip Hop Intermediate (Ages 8-12)

$53.00

Tap and Jazz Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 8-13)

$62.00

Prerequisite: Must have two years previous ballet and tap experience. Ballet and tap shoes required. Hip hop shoes will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 132189 DANC-1108-4003 07:30PM-08:15PM T 06/10 - 07/29 Casey Schurke West Campus Gym/Dance 107 6.00 Hrs. This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Black tap shoes required. Jazz shoes will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 132181 DANC-1114-4002 04:30PM-05:30PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Elizabeth Camp West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs. ID# 132183 DANC-1114-4004 11:00AM-12:00PM T 06/10 - 07/29 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 107 8.00 Hrs.

Ballet and Jazz Beginning/Intermediate (Ages 8-13)

$62.00

This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Leotard, tights, and pink ballet shoes required. Jazz shoes will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 132182 DANC-1114-4003 07:30PM-08:30PM M 06/09 - 07/28 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 108 8.00 Hrs.

Ballet and Jazz Technique Intermediate (Ages 8-13)

$89.00

Prerequisite: Must have two years previous ballet and tap experience. Ballet shoes required. Jazz shoes will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 132191 DANC-1108-4002 05:30PM-06:30PM TR 06/10 - 07/31 Jennifer McKinney West Campus Gym/Dance 108 16.00 Hrs.

Ballet and Jazz Technique Intermediate/Advanced (Ages 8-13)

$131.00

Prerequisite: Must have three years previous ballet and tap experience. Ballet shoes required. Jazz shoes will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 132269 DANC-1109-4001 09:30AM-11:00AM TR 06/10 - 07/31 Marissa Hollar West Campus Gym/Dance 107 24.00 Hrs. Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


30 Dance Team Hip Hop (Ages 8-14)

$53.00

Ballet and Jazz Technique Advanced (Ages 12-16)

$225.00

This class focuses on technique for beginning and intermediate students. Hip hop shoes will be discussed at first class meeting. ID# 132148 DANC-1114-4001 06:45PM-07:30PM T 06/10 - 07/29 Casey Schurke West Campus Gym/Dance 107 6.00 Hrs. Prerequisite: By instructor approval only. ID# 132144 DANC-1110-4001 09:30AM-11:00AM TWRF Marissa Hollar West Campus Gym/Dance 107

06/10 - 08/01 46.00 Hrs.

Performance Dance Team

$131.00

Prerequisite: By instructor approval only. You must try-out and be invited to enroll in this class. ID# 132140 DANC-1119-4001 06:30PM-08:30PM TR 06/10 - 07/31 Marissa Hollar West Campus Gym/Dance 108 24.00 Hrs.

Fencing

For additional information please call (806) 371-2920.

Youth Fencing I (Ages 8-12)

$48.00

Youth Fencing II (Ages 8-12)

$48.00

This class is for children, ages 8 to 12, who have had less than 3 semesters of fencing instruction. The class provides beginning instruction in the basic principles of modern sport fencing. The class introduces basic techniques of the foil and épée. All equipment for students in this class is provided. The instructors are professional members of USA Fencing. ID# 130125 CHILD-2700-4001 07:00PM-08:30PM M 06/02 - 08/11 Chuck Slaughter/Bary Nusz Washington St. Campus 16.50 Hrs. Russell Hall 104 This class is for children, ages 8 to 12, who have had at least three (3) semesters of fencing instruction or have been approved by the instructor to register for the class. The class provides beginning and some intermediate instruction in the basic principles of modern sport fencing. The class provides more advanced instruction in the techniques of the foil and épée. This class is more strenuous than Youth Fencing Beginning I. All equipment for students in this class is provided but students are encouraged to provide their own mask, jacket, glove, foil, and epee if possible. Students should consult with the instructor BEFORE purchasing equipment. The instructors are professional members of USA Fencing. ID#130127 CHILD 2705-4001 07:00PM-09:30PM M 06/02 - 08/09 and 12:00PM-02:00PM S Chuck Slaughter/Bary Nusz Washington St. Campus 45.00 Hrs. Russell Hall 103

Gymnastics

For additional information please call (806) 371-3626. Please note that the Gymnastics classes are in order of day and time, starting with Monday. There are no more than 12 students per instructor. All gymnastics instructors are CPR and first aid certified. Parent Watch Day will be the last class day of July. All classes are coed unless otherwise noted.

USA Gym Fitness Program (Ages 11-16)

$95.00

Conditioning is the core of any fitness plan and the basis of any sport. Today’s children are considered the most inactive in history. Amarillo College Gymnastics is a fun and safe environment to conduct fitness-related activities. USA Gymnastics Fitness Program is designed for year-round use, to develop a physically active lifestyle by using all the fun equipment in a gymnastics facility. The emphasis is on strength training, cardiovascular exercise, flexibility, and good nutrition. ID# 130426 CHILD-1051-4001 04:00PM-05:30PM M 06/09 - 08/13 Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 15.00 Hrs.

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31 Circus Gymnastics (Ages 4-7)

$72.00

Mommy and Me (Ages 2-4)

$72.00

Level 1 (Ages 2-4)

$72.00

Do you have a future circus star in your home? Send them to circus performer’s gymnastics school. This class teaches rope climbing, trapeze, tumbling, tight-rope walking, juggling, trampoline, and more. ID# 132198 CHILD-1093-4001 01:00PM-02:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Shelby Cross West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132199 CHILD-1093-4002 09:00AM-10:00AM F 06/06 - 08/15 Shelby Cross West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. Parent participation class. (Parent does not enroll in the class, only their child.) Parent is required to stay and help the gymnast. All pieces of equipment taught. No siblings are allowed that are not enrolled in the class. ID# 131287 CHILD-1065-4008 09:30AM-10:30AM M 06/09 - 08/11 Brandi Urquhart West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 131344 CHILD-1065-4009 06:00PM-07:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Staff West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130428 CHILD-1065-4001 10:00AM-11:00AM T 06/10 - 08/12 Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130429 CHILD-1065-4002 06:00PM-07:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Staff West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130430 CHILD-1065-4003 10:30AM-11:30AM W 06/11 - 08/13 Brandi Urquhart West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 130431 CHILD-1065-4004 05:00PM-06:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 131194 CHILD-1065-4006 12:00PM-01:00PM F 06/06 - 08/15 Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 131142 CHILD-1065-4005 05:00PM-06:00PM F 06/06 - 08/15 Staff West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 131234 CHILD-1065-4007 10:00AM-11:00AM S 06/07 - 08/16 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs.

Must be completely toilet trained, no diapers or pull-ups. All pieces of equipment taught. Emphasis on balance and coordination. ID# 132067 CHILD-1075-4032 10:30AM-11:30AM M 06/09 - 08/11 Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132070 CHILD-1075-4033 12:30PM-01:30PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132057 CHILD-1075-4028 03:00PM-04:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Kirsten Kerbo West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132061 CHILD-1075-4030 04:00PM-05:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 131347 CHILD-1075-4003 12:00PM-01:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132025 CHILD-1075-4006 04:00PM-05:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Staff West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 131393 CHILD-1075-4004 05:00PM-06:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132028 CHILD-1075-4009 09:30AM-10:30AM W 06/11 - 08/13 Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132027 CHILD-1075-4008 11:30AM-12:30PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132029 CHILD-1075-4010 04:00PM-05:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132031 CHILD-1075-4012 11:00AM-12:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132037 CHILD-1075-4016 05:00PM-06:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Shelby Cross West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132048 CHILD-1075-4023 10:00AM-11:00AM F 06/06 - 08/15 Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132044 CHILD-1075-4021 03:00PM-04:00PM F 06/06 - 08/15 Wendy Carey West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132046 CHILD-1075-4022 04:00PM-05:00PM F 06/06 - 08/15 Wendy Carey West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132050 CHILD-1075-4024 12:00PM-01:00PM S 06/07 - 08/16 Wendy Carey West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


32 Level 1 (Ages 3-5)

$72.00

Level 1 (Ages 4-7)

$72.00

Must be completely toilet trained, no diapers or pull-ups. All pieces of equipment taught. Emphasis on balance and coordination. ID# 132056 CHILD-1075-4027 10:30AM-11:30AM M 06/09 - 08/11 Brandi Urquhart West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132072 CHILD-1075-4034 11:30AM-12:30PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132059 CHILD-1075-4029 04:00PM-05:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Kirsten Kerbo West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132064 CHILD-1075-4031 05:00PM-06:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Staff West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132036 CHILD-1075-4005 11:00AM-12:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Shelby Cross West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132026 CHILD-1075-4007 11:30AM-12:30PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Brandi Urquhart West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132030 CHILD-1075-4011 03:00PM-04:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Staff West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132032 CHILD-1075-4013 09:00AM-10:00AM R 06/12 - 08/14 Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132033 CHILD-1075-4014 10:00AM-11:00AM R 06/12 - 08/14 Lacie Nix West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132034 CHILD-1075-4015 12:00PM-01:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Lacie Nix West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132040 CHILD-1075-4018 04:00PM-05:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Sierra Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132038 CHILD-1075-4017 06:00PM-07:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Shelby Cross West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132041 CHILD-1075-4019 11:00AM-12:00PM F 06/06 - 08/15 Shelby Cross West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132042 CHILD-1075-4020 03:00PM-04:00PM F 06/06 - 08/15 Staff West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132054 CHILD-1075-4026 11:00AM-12:00PM S 06/07 - 08/16 Wendy Carey West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132052 CHILD-1075-4025 01:00PM-02:00PM S 06/07 - 08/16 Wendy Carey West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. Emphasis on beginning gymnastics. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132123 CHILD-1081-4015 10:00AM-11:00AM R Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 ID# 132134 CHILD-1081-4024 11:00AM-12:00PM F Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Building B 107

Levels 1-2 (Ages 4-7)

06/12 - 08/14 10.00 Hrs. 06/06 - 08/15 10.00 Hrs.

$72.00

Emphasis on beginning gymnastics. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132138 CHILD-1081-4028 11:30AM-12:30PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Brandi Urquhart West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132139 CHILD-1081-4029 12:30PM-01:30PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Brandi Urquhart West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132141 CHILD-1081-4030 05:00PM-06:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132098 CHILD-1081-4001 11:00AM-12:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132109 CHILD-1081-4005 04:00PM-05:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132111 CHILD-1081-4006 05:00PM-06:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Staff West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132117 CHILD-1081-4010 09:30AM-10:30AM W 06/11 - 08/13 Brandi Urquhart West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132118 CHILD-1081-4011 10:30AM-11:30AM W 06/11 - 08/13 Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132115 CHILD-1081-4009 12:30PM-01:30PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Brandi Urquhart West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132122 CHILD-1081-4014 04:00PM-05:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Staff West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132124 CHILD-1081-4016 11:00AM-12:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Lacie Nix West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. New Classes

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33 ID# 132129 CHILD-1081-4019 04:00PM-05:00PM R Shelby Cross West Campus Building B 107 ID# 132130 CHILD-1081-4020 05:00PM-06:00PM R Sierra Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 ID# 132132 CHILD-1081-4022 10:00AM-11:00AM F Shelby Cross West Campus Building B 107 ID# 132133 CHILD-1081-4023 04:00PM-05:00PM F Staff West Campus Building B 107 ID# 132135 CHILD-1081-4025 11:00AM-12:00PM S Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 ID# 132136 CHILD-1081-4026 12:00PM-01:00PM S Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107

Levels 1-2 (Ages 4-7)

Emphasis on beginning gymnastics. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132145 CHILD-1081-4033 03:00PM-04:00PM MW Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 ID# 132114 CHILD-1081-4008 04:00PM-05:00PM TR Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Building B 107

06/12 - 08/14 10.00 Hrs. 06/12 - 08/14 10.00 Hrs. 06/06 - 08/15 10.00 Hrs. 06/06 - 08/15 10.00 Hrs. 06/07 - 08/16 10.00 Hrs. 06/07 - 08/16 10.00 Hrs.

$117.00 06/09 - 08/13 20.00 Hrs. 06/10 - 08/14 20.00 Hrs.

Levels 1-2 Boys (Ages 4-7)

$72.00

Levels 1-2 (Ages 8-11)

$72.00

Levels 1-2 Boys (Ages 8-16)

$72.00

Levels 1-2 (Ages 12-16)

$72.00

Prerequisite: This is a boy’s only class. Emphasis on beginning men’s gymnastics. This class follows USAG Men’s Gymnastics Programs. ID# 132149 CHILD-1087-4002 12:00PM-01:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Shelby Cross West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132150 CHILD-1087-4003 04:00PM-05:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132151 CHILD-1087-4004 12:00PM-01:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Carrie Kesler West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132152 CHILD-1087-4005 06:00PM-07:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Sierra Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. Emphasis on beginning gymnastics. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132143 CHILD-1081-4032 05:00PM-06:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Sierra Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132112 CHILD-1081-4007 10:00AM-11:00AM T 06/10 - 08/12 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132101 CHILD-1081-4002 03:00PM-04:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Kirsten Kerbo West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132105 CHILD-1081-4004 05:00PM-06:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Megan Frazier West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132120 CHILD-1081-4012 10:00AM-11:00AM W 06/11 - 08/13 Shanna Childress West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132121 CHILD-1081-4013 06:00PM-07:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Sierra Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132127 CHILD-1081-4018 10:00AM-11:00AM R 06/12 - 08/14 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132125 CHILD-1081-4017 04:00PM-05:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Maegan Gauna West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132137 CHILD-1081-4027 10:00AM-11:00AM S 06/07 - 08/16 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisite: This is a boy’s only class. Emphasis on beginning men’s gymnastics. This class follows USAG Men’s Gymnastics Programs. ID# 132146 CHILD-1087-4001 06:00PM-07:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Maegan Gauna West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132154 CHILD-1087-4006 06:00PM-07:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs.

Emphasis on beginning gymnastics. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132142 CHILD-1081-4031 06:00PM-07:00PM M Shelby Cross West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 132102 CHILD-1081-4003 06:00PM-07:00PM T Lacie Nix West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 132131 CHILD-1081-4021 06:00PM-07:00PM R Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101

06/09 - 08/11 10.00 Hrs. 06/10 - 08/12 10.00 Hrs. 06/12 - 08/14 10.00 Hrs.

Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


34 Levels 2 (Ages 4-7)

$72.00

Level 2 (Ages 8-11)

$72.00

Level 2 (Ages 12-16)

$72.00

Levels 2-3 (Ages 4-7)

$72.00

Levels 2-3 (Ages 8-11)

$72.00

Levels 2-3 (Ages 8-11)

$117.00

Prerequisites: Beginning Level 1 class. Must be able to perform cartwheels, handstands, and round-offs without assistance. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132168 CHILD-1117-4012 04:00PM-05:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Maegan Gauna West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132158 CHILD-1117-4002 04:00PM-05:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Maegan Gauna West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132160 CHILD-1117-4004 05:00PM-06:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Sierra Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132161 CHILD-1117-4005 04:00PM-05:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: Beginning Level 1 class. Must be able to perform cartwheels, handstands, and round-offs without assistance. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132169 CHILD-1117-4013 06:00PM-07:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Sierra Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: Beginning Level 1 class. Must be able to perform cartwheels, handstands, and round-offs without assistance. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132165 CHILD-1117-4009 11:30AM-12:30PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Carrie Kesler West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: Beginning Level 1 class. Must be able to perform cartwheels, handstands, and round-offs without assistance. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132166 CHILD-1117-4010 10:30AM-11:30AM M 06/09 - 08/11 Carrie Kesler West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132157 CHILD-1117-4001 02:00PM-03:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Kirsten Kerbo West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132159 CHILD-1117-4003 05:30PM-06:30PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132176 CHILD-1117-4020 11:00AM-12:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Shelby Cross West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132162 CHILD-1117-4006 12:00PM-01:00PM F 06/06 - 08/15 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132164 CHILD-1117-4008 11:00AM-12:00PM S 06/07 - 08/16 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: Beginning Level 1 class. Must be able to perform cartwheels, handstands, and round-offs without assistance. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132167 CHILD-1117-4011 12:30PM-01:30PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Carrie Kesler West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132171 CHILD-1117-4015 04:00PM-05:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Kirsten Kerbo West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132174 CHILD-1117-4018 11:00AM-12:00PM W 06/11 - 08/13 Shanna Childress West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132175 CHILD-1117-4019 11:00AM-12:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132178 CHILD-1117-4022 05:30PM-06:30PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: Beginning Level 1 class. Must be able to perform cartwheels, handstands, and round-offs without assistance. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132170 CHILD-1117-4014 04:00PM-05:00PM MW 06/09 - 08/13 Sierra Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 20.00 Hrs. ID# 132173 CHILD-1117-4017 06:30PM-07:30PM TR 06/10 - 08/14 Zenaida Vasquez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 20.00 Hrs.

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35 Levels 2-3 (Ages 12-16)

$72.00

Levels 3-5 (Ages 8-11)

$117.00

Levels 4-5 (Ages 5-16)

$72.00

Pre-Team Boys (Ages 6-16)

$156.00

Pre-Team Boys (Ages 6-16)

$95.00

Pre-Team Levels 2-3 Girls (Ages 5-18)

$156.00

Advanced Levels 3-4 Girls (Ages 5-18)

$275.00

Advanced Levels 5-10 Girls (Ages 5-18)

$387.00

Prerequisites: Beginning Level 1 class. Must be able to perform cartwheels, handstands, and round-offs without assistance. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132172 CHILD-1117-4016 06:00PM-07:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Megan Frazier West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132177 CHILD-1117-4021 04:00PM-05:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. ID# 132163 CHILD-1117-4007 10:00AM-11:00AM S 06/07 - 08/16 Morgan Hare West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: Beginning Level 2 class. Must be able to perform back-handsprings without assistance. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132156 CHILD-1116-4001 05:00PM-06:00PM TR 06/10 - 08/14 Maegan Gauna West Campus Gym/Dance 101 20.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: Level 3 class. Must be able to perform back-handsprings without assistance. All pieces of equipment taught. ID# 132180 CHILD-1128-4001 05:00PM-06:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Maegan Gauna West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: This is a boy’s only class. By instructor approval only. Class follows USAG Men’s Gymnastics Programs. ID# 130424 CHILD-1105-4001 05:30PM-07:00PM MW 06/09 - 08/13 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 20.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: This is a boy’s only class. By instructor approval only. Class follows USAG Men’s Gymnastics Programs. ID# 130425 CHILD-1105-4002 05:30PM-07:00PM M 06/09 - 08/11 Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 15.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: By approval of instructor only. You must try-out and be invited to enroll in the class. Class follows USAG Women’s Artistic Gymnastics. ID# 130421 CHILD-1125-4003 04:00PM-05:30PM MW 06/09 - 08/13 Madilyn Newsome West Campus Gym/Dance 101 30.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: By approval of instructor only. You must try-out and be invited to enroll in the class. Class follows USAG Women’s Artistic Gymnastics. ID# 130418 CHILD-1125-4001 08:30AM-11:15AM MTWR 06/02 - 07/03 Allysa Meis West Campus Gym/Dance 101 55.00 Hrs. ID# 130419 CHILD-1125-4002 08:30AM-11:15AM MTWR 07/07 - 08/07 Allysa Meis West Campus Gym/Dance 101 55.00 Hrs. By approval of instructor only. You must try-out and be invited to enroll in this class. Class follows USAG Women’s Artistic Gymnastics. ID# 130422 CHILD-1108-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWR 06/02 - 07/03 Madilyn Newsome West Campus Gym/Dance 101 80.00 Hrs. ID# 130423 CHILD-1108-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWR 07/07 - 08/07 Madilyn Newsome West Campus Gym/Dance 101 80.00 Hrs.

Power Tumbling and Trampoline For additional information please call (806) 356-3626.

Please note that the Power Tumbling and Trampoline classes are in order of day and time, starting with Monday. There are no more than 12 students per instructor. All gymnastics instructors are CPR and first aid certified. Parent Watch Day will be the last class day of July. All classes are coed unless otherwise noted.

Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


36 Power Tumbling and Trampoline Level 1 (Ages 4-7)

$72.00

Beginning power tumbling and trampoline only ID# 130401 CHILD-2350-4013 05:00PM-06:00PM M Shelby Cross West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130390 CHILD-2350-4002 04:00PM-05:00PM W Lacie Nix West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130392 CHILD-2350-4004 05:00PM-06:00PM R Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130395 CHILD-2350-4007 01:00PM-02:00PM F Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130397 CHILD-2350-4009 12:00PM-01:00PM S Morgan Hare West Campus Gym/Dance 101

06/09 - 08/11 10.00 Hrs. 06/11 - 08/13 10.00 Hrs. 06/12 - 08/14 10.00 Hrs. 06/06 - 08/15 10.00 Hrs. 06/07 - 08/16 10.00 Hrs.

Power Tumbling and Trampoline Level 1 Boys (Ages 4-7)

$72.00

Power Tumbling and Trampoline Level 1 Boys (Ages 8-11)

$72.00

Power Tumbling and Trampoline Levels 1-2 (Ages 8-11)

$72.00

Prerequisite: This is a boy’s only class. Beginning power tumbling and trampoline only. ID# 130388 CHILD-1136-4002 01:00PM-02:00PM S 06/07 - 08/16 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Building B 107 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisite: This is a boy’s only class. Beginning power tumbling and trampoline only ID# 130387 CHILD-1136-4001 12:00PM-01:00PM R 06/12 - 08/14 Mystic Barrientez West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Beginning power tumbling and trampoline only. ID# 130400 CHILD-2350-4012 11:00AM-12:00PM M Shanna Childress West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130389 CHILD-2350-4001 11:00AM-12:00PM T Shanna Childress West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130391 CHILD-2350-4003 05:00PM-06:00PM W Lacie Nix West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130396 CHILD-2350-4008 11:00AM-12:00PM F Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130394 CHILD-2350-4006 01:00PM-02:00PM F Megan Frazier West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130398 CHILD-2350-4010 11:00AM-12:00PM S Morgan Hare West Campus Gym/Dance 101

Power Tumbling and Trampoline Levels 1-2 (Ages 12-16)

Beginning power tumbling and trampoline only. ID# 130399 CHILD-2350-4011 10:00AM-11:00AM M Shanna Childress West Campus Gym/Dance 101 ID# 130393 CHILD-2350-4005 05:00PM-06:00PM R Staff West Campus Gym/Dance 101

06/09 - 08/11 10.00 Hrs. 06/10 - 08/12 10.00 Hrs. 06/11 - 08/13 10.00 Hrs. 06/06 - 08/15 10.00 Hrs. 06/06 - 08/15 10.00 Hrs. 06/07 - 08/16 10.00 Hrs.

$72.00 06/09 - 08/11 10.00 Hrs. 06/12 - 08/14 10.00 Hrs.

Power Tumbling and Trampoline Level 2 (Ages 4-7)

$117.00

Power Tumbling and Trampoline Level 2 (Ages 12-16)

$72.00

Power Tumbling and Trampoline Levels 2-3 (Ages 12-16)

$72.00

Prerequisites: Beginning Levels 1-2 class. Must be able to perform back-handsprings without coach assistance. Power tumbling and trampoline only. ID# 130385 CHILD-1132-4003 12:00PM-01:00PM MW 06/09 - 08/13 Shanna Childress West Campus Gym/Dance 101 20.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: Beginning Levels 1-2 class. Must be able to perform back-handsprings without coach assistance. Power tumbling and trampoline only ID# 130384 CHILD-1132-4002 12:00PM-01:00PM F 06/06 - 08/15 Megan Frazier West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs. Prerequisites: Beginning Levels 1-2 class. Must be able to perform back-handsprings without coach assistance. Power tumbling and trampoline only. ID# 130383 CHILD-1132-4001 12:00PM-01:00PM T 06/10 - 08/12 Shanna Childress West Campus Gym/Dance 101 10.00 Hrs.

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37

Sports and Recreation

For additional information please call (806) 371-2920.

Bowling (Ages 10-18)

$92.00

Karate - Shotokan (Ages 8-13)

$65.00

Is bowling your thing...then we have a class for you. Learn the fundamentals, including proper approach and release, all while having a great time. This class is for beginners to advanced bowlers. ID# 132442 CHILD-1237-4001 01:00PM-03:00PM TR 07/22 - 08/14 Mike Scroggins Western Bowl 16.00 hrs. 5120 Canyon Dr. The Japan Karate Association method is one of the best devices for teaching unarmed self-defense and various martial arts techniques. Belt advancement upon completion of prescribed syllabi. Gi uniform is required. ID# 130224 CHILD-1165-4001 04:30PM-06:00PM T 05/27 - 08/05 Robert Gillespie, 3rd Dan Downtown Campus 16.50 Hrs. Nixson Gym 102C

Introduction to Goju Ryu Karate (Ages 5-9)

$32.00

Children gain substantial rewards from the practice of Goju Ryu Karate such as increased confidence, discipline, focus, and self-control to name a few. Fun exercises and drills are designed to build coordination, improve balance, fitness, and provide physical skills that will last a life time. Positive reinforcement is used to encourage excellence in performance and behavior. Classes are led by sensei Lee Gray who has over 50 years’ experience training children, adults, military and law enforcement. An all-white karate gi (uniform) is required. Information on how to obtain a uniform will be available at the first class. ID# 130219 CHILD-1166-4001 09:30AM-10:30AM W 06/11 - 07/30 Lee Gray Amarillo Martial Arts Center 8.00 Hrs. 3101 S. Western, Suite 3

Introduction to Goju Ryu Karate (Ages 10-14)

ID# 130221 CHILD-1166-4002 Lee Gray

11:00AM-12:00PM W Amarillo Martial Arts Center 3101 S. Western, Suite 3

$32.00

06/11 - 07/30 8.00 Hrs.

Karate-Shotokan (Ages 5-13)

$65.00

Tennis for Children (Ages 5-9)

$54.00

The Japan Karate Association method is one of the best devices for teaching unarmed self-defense and various martial arts techniques. Belt advancement upon completion of prescribed syllabi. Gi uniform is required. ID# 130225 CHILD-1165-4002 04:30PM-06:00PM W 05/28 - 08/06 Robert Gillespie, 3rd Dan Downtown Campus 16.50 Hrs. Nixson Gym 102C ID# 130226 CHILD-1165-4003 04:30PM-06:00PM R 05/29 - 08/07 Robert Gillespie, 3rd Dan Downtown Campus 16.50 Hrs. Nixson Gym 102C ID# 130227 CHILD-1165-4004 09:30AM-11:00AM S 05/31 - 08/09 Robert Gillespie, 3rd Dan Downtown Campus 16.50 Hrs. Nixson Gym 102C Enjoy the outdoor atmosphere that tennis can offer. Learn the fundamental strokes, scoring, and proper sportsmanship involved in tennis. ID# 130168 CHILD-1319-4001 08:00AM-09:30AM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/13 ID# 130170 CHILD-1319-4002 08:00AM-09:30AM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/27 ID# 130171 CHILD-1319-4003 08:00AM-09:30AM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/18 ID# 130178 CHILD-1319-4004 08:00AM-09:30AM MTWRF 07/21 - 08/01 Staff Memorial Park Tennis Courts 15.00 Hrs. Washington Street

Tennis for Children (Ages 10-16) ID# 130183 CHILD-1319-4005 ID# 130185 CHILD-1319-4006 ID# 130187 CHILD-1319-4007 ID# 130188 CHILD-1319-4008 Staff

09:30AM-11:00AM MTWRF 09:30AM-11:00AM MTWRF 09:30AM-11:00AM MTWRF 09:30AM-11:00AM MTWRF Memorial Park Tennis Courts Washington Street

$54.00

06/02 - 06/13 06/16 - 06/27 07/07 - 07/18 07/21 - 08/01 15.00 Hrs.

Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


38 Volleyball for Girls - Intermediate (Grades 3-5)

$47.00

Basic skills in volleyball - passing, setting, blocking, spiking, and proper footwork taught in the class. Drills and team play enforced beginning the third class meeting. ID# 130212 CHILD-1393-4001 06:00PM-07:30PM W 06/04 - 07/30 Rita Sampson Washington St. Campus 13.50 Hrs. Carter Fitness Center 110

Volleyball for Girls - Intermediate/Advanced (Grades 6-8)

ID# 130216 CHILD-1393-4002 Rita Sampson

06:00PM-07:30PM R Washington St. Campus Carter Fitness Center 110

$47.00

06/05 - 07/31 13.50 Hrs.

AC @ Ascension Academy 9301 Ascension Parkway

AC @ Ascension!

Half Day, All Day, Your Way!

For additional information please call (806) 371-2920.

Amarillo College Kid’s Camps at Ascension Academy have supervised mid-morning/afternoon snack breaks. Please send snacks with your child for snack time. For all day campers, please send a packed lunch with your student. A supervised lunch hour with fun activities from 12 to 1 P.M. will be provided for students, free of charge, who register for both morning and afternoon camps. Camp grade ranges are designed for students entering specified grades this fall. Register early! Camp size limited to 16 students. Directions to Ascension Academy: From I-40, head south on Soncy Street. Turn west on 45th Avenue. (Drive between Academy Sports and Outdoors and Street Toyota). This is a private road which leads to the school.

Week 1 June 2 – June 6 MORNING CAMPS Darling Diva Dance, Hair, and Makeup (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Do you have a Darling Diva in your home that loves to dance and perform? This camp offers diva dance moves along with many different styles of hair and stage makeup to make your diva a success. Each diva will need: a leotard, tights, and their own makeup. Ballet or jazz shoes are recommended. ID# 130314 DANC-1500-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Casey Schurke Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Introduction to Goju Ryu Karate (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Children gain substantial rewards from the practice of Goju Ryu Karate such as increased confidence, discipline, focus, and self-control to name a few. Fun exercises and drills are designed to build coordination, improve balance, fitness, and provide physical skills that will last a life time. Positive reinforcement is used to encourage excellence in performance and behavior. ID# 129548 CHILD-1167-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Lee Gray Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Gross Me Out! (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Jump Start Art (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Bored? Why not make some bath soap that looks and feels like snot? If it smells bad, feels gross, or looks disgusting, you can find out how to make it in this camp! ID# 129592 CHILD-1221-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Join us as we read inspiring children’s books and respond to them with art. Beginning readers and young artists will explore their creativity through different types of art media: drawing, painting, clay, chalk, and collage. ID# 129661 CHILD-1229-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Tara Merrell Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

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39 LEGO® City (Grades 1-3)

$99.00

Sew What? (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Have you ever imagined life through the eyes of a LEGO® man? Come join us for a week of fun as we build a LEGO® City which will include a Fire Station, Airport, Marina, and much more. ID# 129662 CHILD-1227-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Keesha Russell Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Want to learn to sew on a sewing machine? Each child will have fun making a pillow case and a pair of pajama bottoms. We will even learn to sew on a button. Students need to bring 3 yards of a cotton fabric and 1/3 yard of a contrasting cotton fabric. All other materials, as well as the sewing machine are provided. This is a great class for boys and girls. ID# 129809 CHILD-1019-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Candace Norris Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Totally Diggin’ Dinosaurs (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Paleontologists WANTED! Come with us as we dig into the history of extraordinary creatures and explore the world of dinosaurs. ID# 129820 CHILD-1622-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Taylor Pedigo Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

What Time Is It? (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Its GAME TIME! This is an all type of game camp, from life size games, board games, word games, drawing games, to creating your own game. So many games you’ll go BONKERS! ID# 129577 CHILD-1153-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Savannah Volmer Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

AFTERNOON CAMPS Art Attack (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Students create a multitude of art projects including drawing, painting, pottery, and other art mediums. At the end of the week, children will be able to display their new art portfolio in an art show. ID# 129572 CHILD-1142-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Gina Astuto Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Ecological Extraordinaire (Grades 3-6)

$128.00

Bring your binoculars and walking shoes. Looking for birds, handling a snake, and making a flower press are only a few stops on this ecological adventure. The adventure ends with a group hike at Palo Duro Canyon State Park on Saturday morning. ID# 130320 CHILD-1284-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/07 Robin Barker and 08:30AM-11:30AM S 23.00 Hrs. Ascension Academy

Gross Me Out! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Hay Is For Horses (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Let’s Have a Ball! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Bored? Why not make some bath soap that looks and feels like snot? If it smells bad, feels gross, or looks disgusting, you can find out how to make it in this camp! ID# 129593 CHILD-1221-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. No horsing around here. This is going to be an exciting week of everything horse related including crafts, and games designed to enforce each day’s lesson. There will be a health and medicine demonstration from a certified equine veterinarian, along with a special visit from a friend who prefers hay. ID# 129781 CHILD-1198-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Nicole Wise Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. From soccer to basketball and volleyball to kickball, this camp is designed to introduce kids to sports and games with “you guessed it” BALLS! Come join in the fun as we shoot, throw, kick, and roll our way to a good time. Comfortable clothes and tennis shoes are recommended. ID# 129663 CHILD-1144-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Alexis Urquhart Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


40 Once Upon A Time... (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Shark Tank (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Splash! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Jump into the pages of your favorite books, and explore story time through crafts, music, and fun games. Don’t miss this magical adventure! ID# 129795 CHILD-1147-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Savannah Volmer Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Have a dream of being an inventor? We spend this week developing, designing, marketing, and bringing an invention to life. You gain team work, leadership, and entrepreneur skills that last a lifetime! Friends and Family are invited to join us in the Shark Tank Friday at 4:30pm. ID# 129796 CHILD-1191-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Kallie Clayton Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Splash into the summer with games and sports using water. Bathing suit, towel, dry change of clothes, and sunscreen are required. ID# 129784 CHILD-1179-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Breckon Sadler Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Week 2 June 9 – June 13 MORNING CAMPS A Cut Above the Rest (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Explore the diverse world of the animal kingdom through hands-on observation. We will observe animal anatomy through dissections and animal behavior through live animal labs. Warning: some of this can be stinky! ID# 130322 CHILD-3001-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Robin Barker Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Color Me Crazy Science (Grades K-2)

$99.00

We are crazy for colors! Join us as we use hands on experiments that investigates the curious and creative colors of science! ID# 129775 CHILD-1289-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Sarah Redus Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Cupcakes, Cookies, and Candy (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Yummy! No need to bring a snack to this camp. Learn how to make beautiful, scrumptious treats that are ALMOST too pretty to eat. Please note: Peanut and dairy products will be used in this camp. ID# 129594 CHILD-1518-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Deep in the Heart (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Fancy Nancy (Grades K-2)

$99.00

LEGO® Star Wars (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

A patriotic tribute to our state and an overall intro to basic theatre concepts and foundations. ID# 129568 ACT-1005-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Jayme McBride Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Ooh-la-la! Explore the magnificent world of fanciness as we curtsy through posh tea parties, iridescent tiaras, feather boas, fluffy tutus, fairy wings, beautiful bows, extravagant hats, paper flowers, and gaudy scarves. This is a camp based on the popular Fancy Nancy series by Jane O’Conner. ID# 129573 CHILD-1150-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Savannah Volmer Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Develop your Jedi skills as we go to battle with Darth Vader. This LEGO® camp is a Star Wars themed encounter with items such as the Millennium Falcon, the Bounty Hunter Assault Gunship, the AT Walker, and many more. ID# 129666 CHILD-1228-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Keesha Russell Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

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41 Let’s Have a Ball! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

From soccer to basketball and volleyball to kickball, this camp is designed to introduce kids to sports and games with “you guessed it” BALLS! Come join in the fun as we shoot, throw, kick, and roll our way to a good time. Comfortable clothes and tennis shoes are recommended. ID# 129546 CHILD-1144-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Alexis Urquhart Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Multi Media Art Extravaganza (Grade 3-6)

$99.00

See how far your imagination can take you! In this camp, we will explore many different types of art including drawing, painting, clay, and collage. ID# 129664 CHILD-1017-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Tara Merrell Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

AFTERNOON CAMPS Art Explorers (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Come take a walk through art history as we discover and recreate famous paintings from Michelangelo, Picasso, Wassily Kandinsky, Andy Warhol, and many more. This camp is perfect for painters of any skill level! ID# 130326 CHILD-1229-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Kallie Clayton Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Color Me Crazy Science (Grades K-2)

$99.00

We are crazy for colors! Join us as we use hands on experiments that investigates the curious and creative colors of science! ID# 130323 CHILD-1289-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Sarah Redus Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs

Cupcakes, Cookies, and Candy (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Yummy! No need to bring a snack to this camp. Learn how to make beautiful, scrumptious treats that are ALMOST too pretty to eat. Please note: Peanut and dairy products will be used in this camp. ID# 129595 CHILD-1518-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Itty Bitty Pretties (Grades K-2)

$99.00

This one week course will teach your little one the fundamentals of modeling. The week will consist of walking the runway, photography, movement, posing, hair care, skin care, appropriate makeup, voice and diction. We will focus on using the latest techniques which help develop one’s positive self-image, confidence, and personal style. ID# 129668 CHILD-2500-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Alexis Urquhart Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

LEGO® Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Explore the Battle of Helm’s Deep or The Goblin King Battle as you navigate through the world of mixed magical powers. This LEGO® camp is a combination of Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit themed encounters with items such as The Mines of Moria, The Battle of Helm’s Deep, Attack of the Wargs, Escape from Mirkwood Spiders, and many more. ID# 129667 CHILD-1303-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Tallene Owen Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Lions, Tigers, Bears...Oh My! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

This is an animal themed art camp! Join us for a fun filled week as we explore animals with arts and crafts. Students will create their very own animals out of paper mache, balloons, modeling clay and paint. ID# 129571 CHILD-1011-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Gina Astuto Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs

¡Olè! (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Bienvenidos a la fiesta! Welcome to the party! Travel with us across the border as we learn the Spanish alphabet, numbers, and popular phrases. A fun filled week with games, art projects, and music all while embracing the Mexican culture. We will end the week with a FIESTA GRANDE! ID# 129695 CHILD-1293-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Alexandra Smith Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


42 Super Hero Training Camp (Grades K-2)

$99.00

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no it’s Superhero Training Camp! You will create an alter-ego, by giving yourself a name, creating a costume, and developing your super powers. This is the camp you will be talking about for months! ID# 129570 CHILD-1001-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Breckon Sadler Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Week 3 June 16 – June 20 MORNING CAMPS Blast Off! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

CSI Camp (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Gym-Tastic! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

3,2,1...BLAST OFF! Fasten your seatbelts as we travel through outer space. Pit stops will include: touring different planets, observing the moon, and creating our very own space creature. Join us as we glide through our solar system. ID# 129563 CHILD-1254-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Savannah Volmer Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. We urgently need your help with a crime scene investigation! As a detective on our CSI team you will collect evidence, dust for finger prints, look for clues, and analyze the evidence. Some of Amarillo’s Police CSI team will stop by to help solve the crime. ID# 129544 CHILD-1445-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Joseph Stafford Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. If you love being active this is the class for you. Learn the basic skills and techniques to become a gymnast. ID# 132200 CHILD-1069-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Alexis Urquhart Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

LEGO® Ninjago/Chima (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

This LEGO® camp is a combination of Ninjago and Chima themed encounters with items such as the Rattlecopter, the Ultra Sonic Raider, the Destiny’s Bounty, Cragger’s Command Ship, The Croc Swamp Hideout, and many more. ID# 129669 CHILD-1300-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Keesha Russell Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Little Michelangelo’s (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Knutty for Knitting (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Sugar Rush (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Sweet Pea Spa Day (Grades K-2)

$99.00

This inspiring week will teach your child to express themselves using different mediums, angles, color, and unique techniques like the famous Artist Michelangelo. An art show will be held on the last day. ID# 129543 CHILD-1305-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Kallie Clayton Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Learn the basic knitting stitches while knitting a dishcloth. We will use the stitches learned in knitting the dishcloth to knit a scarf. Student need to bring 2 skeins of their favorite colored yarn. ID# 129813 CHILD-1582-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Staff Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. This camp is for the sugar lover! Learn how to bake, frost, decorate, and YES eat your scrumptious, fabulously decorated treats! Please note: Peanut and dairy products will be used in this camp. ID# 129596 CHILD-1170-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. It’s a “Sparty!” Come pamper yourself. Together with friends, get a “mani” and a “pedi.” Learn how to make facial and body scrubs along with lip balm and lotions. Don’t forget the fruit smoothies and finger sandwiches. No appointment needed. ID# 129545 CHILD-1180-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Gina Astuto Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

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AFTERNOON CAMPS CSI (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Dance Explosion (Grades K-2)

$99.00

We urgently need your help with a crime scene investigation! As a detective on our CSI team you will collect evidence, dust for finger prints, look for clues, and analyze the evidence. Some of Amarillo’s Police CSI team will stop by to help solve the crime. ID# 129670 CHILD-1445-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Joseph Stafford Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Does your child like to dance? This camp offers a variety of styles of dance moves. Students learn a combination of ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and stepping. Learn cool costume, hair, and make-up ideas. Comfortable attire, tennis shoes, and make-up are required. ID# 129698 DANC-1501-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Kathy Cowan Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Decor and Explore (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Come and explore the world of decorating! Use professional interior design skills to decorate items to display in your bedroom. ID# 129818 CHILD-1602-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Lauren Lusk Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Gym-Tastic! (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

If you love being active this is the class for you. Learn the basic skills and techniques to become a gymnast. ID# 132201 CHILD-1069-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Alexis Urquhart Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Mom Won’t Let Me Do This At Home (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Come marble paint in a kiddie pool, watercolor with spray bottles, explore with rainbow creams, and glue. Create an ooey gooey “Messterpiece”! ID# 129671 CHILD-1028-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Kallie Clayton Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Spa Day (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Sugar Rush (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Trash to Treasure (Grades K-2)

$99.00

It’s a “Sparty!” Come pamper yourself. Together with friends, get a “mani” and a “pedi.” Learn how to make facial and body scrubs along with lip balm and lotions. Don’t forget the fruit smoothies and finger sandwiches. No appointment needed. ID# 129672 CHILD-1175-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Gina Astuto Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. This camp is for the sugar lover! Learn how to bake, frost, decorate, and YES eat your scrumptious, fabulously decorated treats! Please note: Peanut and dairy products will be used in this camp. ID# 129597 CHILD-1170-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Don’t throw that away! Learn how to turn that “trash” into treasure! Bring bottle caps, old magazines, junk mail, and your imagination! You won’t want to miss this! ID# 130364 CHILD-1332-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Karly McCutchan Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Week 4 June 23 – June 27 MORNING CAMPS Abrakadoodle Color Explosion! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Wanna doodle? Then this is your camp! It’s a bona-fide, tie-dyed, guaranteed to get messy, best week EVER art camp. DRESS to make a MESS! ID# 129598 CHILD-1140-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

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44 Amarillo’s Next Top Model (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Has your child always wanted to be a model, look like a model, or learn about the highly competitive modeling world? Come and spend a week training and learning about the following: Voice & Diction, Runway, Modeling/Fashion Design, Visual Image, Personal Grooming, Posing/Body Language, Makeup, and Wardrobe. ID# 129538 CHILD-1299-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Alexis Urquhart Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Crazy for Crochet (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Creative Crafts (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Green Thumbs (Grades K-2)

$99.00

LEGO® Friends (Grades K-6)

$99.00

Police Academy (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Learn basic crochet while making a dishcloth, from there you will learn to make a hat and slippers. Student need to bring 2 skeins of their favorite colored yarn. ID# 129814 CHILD-1585-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Staff Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Come prepared to create, paint, decorate, and have fun! We will be making lots of summer crafts to take home and enjoy, so bring your imagination. ID# 129673 CHILD-1322-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Tara Merrell Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Join us as we dig in! Bloom as young gardeners while learning the basic fundamentals of gardening. Don’t forget to dress for the occasion. Let’s get growing! ID# 129715 CHILD-1287-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Sarah Redus Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. This one’s for the girls! We will create everything that LEGO® has to offer for girls. Our creations will include City Park Café, Heartlake City Pool, Heartlake Stables, Olivia House, and much more. ID# 129674 CHILD-1252-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Keesha Russell Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Are you interested in becoming a police officer? Participate in drills and activities that test your agility and law enforcement skills. ID# 129553 CHILD-1218-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Joseph Stafford Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Sign Language Performance (Grades K-2)

$99.00

$99.00

Learn the language of signing. You will learn basic communications while putting your new knowledge into performing with songs. Friends and family are welcome to join us for a final performance on Friday at 11:30am. ID# 129551 CHILD-1055-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Savannah Volmer Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

AFTERNOON CAMPS Abrakadoodle Color Explosion! (Grades K-2)

Wanna doodle? Then this is your camp! It’s a bona-fide, tie-dyed, guaranteed to get messy, best week EVER art camp. DRESS to make a MESS! ID# 129599 CHILD-1140-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

¡Olè! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Bienvenidos a la fiesta! Welcome to the party! Travel with us across the border as we learn the Spanish alphabet, numbers, and popular phrases. A fun filled week with games, art projects, and music all while embracing the Mexican culture. We will end the week with a FIESTA GRANDE! ID# 129777 CHILD-1293-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Alexandra Smith Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

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45 Pinkalicious (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Scrapbook Mania (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Get ready to explore the Pinkalicious series by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann. We dive right into the pages and explore everything and anything from pink to silver. While reading, each camper will enjoy everything “girlie,” from balloons to cupcakes to pretty tiaras...Don’t forget to wear pink! Be ready for a Pinkalicious week of fun. ID# 129677 CHILD-1171-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Gina Astuto Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Get your creative juices going with this Scrapbook camp! This will be a hands-on camp where students will learn the basics of scrapbooking then put their knowledge to work creating their own scrapbook projects! Focus will be placed on learning how to use tools for scrapbooking, as well as basic design principles. ID# 129675 CHILD-1014-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Melissa Priest Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Sign Language Performance (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Learn the language of signing. You will learn basic communications while putting your new knowledge into performing with songs. Friends and family are welcome to join us for a final performance on Friday at 4:30pm. ID# 129782 CHILD-1055-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Julie Woolery Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Super Silly Science (Grades K-2)

$99.00

The Take Down (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Calling all junior scientists! Get ready to learn how this crazy world works through fun, and silly hands-on experiments. ID# 130365 CHILD-1797-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Sarah Redus Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Learn and develop your wrestling skills from state champion and all-star coach Joseph Stafford. Knee pads, comfortable clothing and wrestling or tennis shoes are recommended. ID# 129696 CHILD-1321-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Joseph Stafford Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Whimsical Wearables (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

This is the class for those who have unique style and love fashion. You will learn how to make your own hair flowers, customize tanks, shoes and so much more. Each student is required to bring one pair of canvas Keds-type shoe. ID# 130367 CHILD-1003-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Karly McCutchan Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Week 5

July 7 – July 11

MORNING CAMPS Around the World in 5 Days (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Time to get your passport stamped! This week we will travel to different countries and learn about unique traditions. Discover new languages and a few traditional snacks. ID# 129600 CHILD-1590-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Dazzling Dance Team Hip-Hop and Cheer (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Does your child like to dance and cheer? This camp teaches a combination of dance team style hip hop and cheerleading. Students will need comfortable clothing and any type of tennis shoe. ID# 130328 DANC-1502-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Casey Schurke Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Drama & Music Camp (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

This is a highly dynamic, wonderful introduction to the empowering nature of music and theater. Students will learn about the elements of creating a performance on stage, including voice projection, singing and character development. The students will perform a minimusical at the conclusion of the week. ID# 129558 CHILD-1225-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Shari Hammons Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


46 Hay Is For Horses (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Jewelry Making 101 (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Kickin’ It (Grades K-2)

$99.00

LEGO® City (Grades 1-3)

$99.00

Quilt in a Week (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

No horsing around here. This is going to be an exciting week of everything horse related including crafts, and games designed to enforce each day’s lesson. There will be a health and medicine demonstration from a certified equine veterinarian, along with a special visit from a friend who prefers hay. ID# 129557 CHILD-1198-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Nicole Wise Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Join us in making many different types of jewelry and bead crafts. Bring your imagination and design some beautiful jewelry to wear home. ID# 129678 CHILD-1157-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Tara Merrell Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. If soccer is your thing, lace up your shoes and join us on the pitch! Campers will learn to pass, dribble, and shoot their way to being a better soccer player. ID# 129780 CHILD-1190-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Kirsten Kerbo Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Have you ever imagined life through the eyes of a LEGO® man? Come join us for a week of fun as we build a LEGO® City which will include a Fire Station, Airport, Marina, and much more. ID# 129679 CHILD-1227-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Tallene Owen Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Come learn how to make a simple quilt from squares and triangles. We begin by making a pillow case and talk about the shapes and basic math of quilting. Use graph paper to design your quilt by spelling out your name using strips, squares, and triangles. ID# 129815 CHILD-1600-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Candace Norris Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

AFTERNOON CAMPS A Pirate’s Life for Me (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Have you ever wanted to explore the seven seas? Search for treasure? Wear an eye patch and scowl? Hop aboard as we sail the ocean blue, and learn about the life of pirates through games, activities, and crafts. ID# 129819 CHILD-1178-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Taylor Pedigo Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Dr. Suess To The Rescue (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Oh the places you’ll go! Dr. Suess has a message for each of us hidden in ridiculous rhymes and laughable language. Silly songs, creative crafts, and action-packed activities highlight our journey. ID# 130331 CHILD-1673-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Robin Karrh Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Nothing But Net (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Rockin’ Jam Camp (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Have you ever dreamed of making that game winning shot? Feeling the ball leave your hands and hearing the “Swish” of the net as it goes through? Join us as we practice and improve the key concepts and skills of basketball. Comfortable clothing and tennis shoes are recommended. ID# 129556 CHILD-1245-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Breckon Sadler Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. This week will be a “rockin’ explosion” of music while learning to play different instruments, discover new songs, and have lots of rhythm and movement along the way. There will be a special performance held at 4:30pm the last day. ID# 130329 CHILD-1249-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Shari Hammons Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

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47 Scrapbook Mania (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Sew Fun (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Thrill Seekers (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

50 States in 5 Days (Grades 2-5)

$99.00

Get your creative juices going with this Scrapbook camp! This will be a hands-on camp where students will learn the basics of scrapbooking then put their knowledge to work creating their own scrapbook projects! Focus will be placed on learning how to use tools for scrapbooking, as well as basic design principles. ID# 129680 CHILD-1014-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Melissa Priest Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Learn the basics of sewing while completing some fun projects. Bring 2 ½ yards of woven fabric for pajama pants (please no fleece) and 1 yard plus 3/8 yard contrast fabric for a cute tote. All other materials as well as the sewing machine will be provided. ID# 129811 CHILD-1579-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Kari Clayton Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Explore the basic concepts of force and motion through roller coasters. We will design and build the ultimate roller coaster. ID# 129562 CHILD-1264-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Kathryn Samora Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. That’s right, 50 states in 5 days! Jump on this “train” as we take a fast tour through the 50 states making 50+ stops to soak in a little history and A LOT of adventure! ID# 129601 CHILD-1803-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Week 6 July 14 – July 18 MORNING CAMPS A Cut Above the Rest (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Crazy Clay (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Explore the diverse world of the animal kingdom through hands-on observation. We will observe animal anatomy through dissections and animal behavior through live animal labs. Warning: some of this can be stinky! ID# 130332 CHILD-3001-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Robin Barker Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Crazy clay is a fun hands-on way to explore different techniques and styles of pottery. Students will make an assortment of clay pieces such as unique bowls, cups and sculptures throughout the week. ID# 129791 CHILD-1188-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Gina Astuto Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Cupcakes, Cookies, and Candy (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Yummy! No need to bring a snack to this camp. Learn how to make beautiful, scrumptious treats that are ALMOST too pretty to eat. Please note: Peanut and dairy products will be used in this camp. ID# 129602 CHILD-1518-4003 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Get Up and Move (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Learn the fundamentals of sports in this fast paced camp. Learn to kick, throw and run your way through fun and energetic activities. Comfortable clothes and tennis shoes are recommended. ID# 129779 CHILD-1440-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Breckon Sadler Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

LEGO® Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Explore the Battle of Helm’s Deep or The Goblin King Battle as you navigate through the world of mixed magical powers. This LEGO® camp is a combination of Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit themed encounters with items such as The Mines of Moria, The Battle of Helm’s Deep, Attack of the Wargs, Escape from Mirkwood Spiders, and many more. ID# 129682 CHILD-1303-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Tallene Owen Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


48 PAWsitively Fun! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Rescue 911 (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Under the Sea (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Students will learn complete dog care including, breed recognition, safety, proper nutrition, and hands-on experience with grooming and obedience training. Please note: For safety reasons, dogs will be provided for all demonstrations and hands-on activities. DO NOT bring your four-legged friends. ID# 129564 CHILD-1195-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Michelle Knevelbaard Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Oh no! Your friend has fallen and they can’t get up! What should you do? Okay, so it didn’t really happen, but you will have fun learning how to handle a variety of emergency situations just like first responders. ID# 129555 CHILD-1224-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Stephanie Chontos Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Jump in our submarine as we swim with the fishes, dolphins, and whales! Through crafts, games, and other activities, we will learn about ocean critters, their homes and their lives. Come ready to explore, learn, and have fun. ID# 129821 CHILD-1174-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Taylor Peigo Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

AFTERNOON CAMPS Accessorize (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Art Mediums to the Max! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

For all the fashion divas, come learn how to make necklaces, bracelets, headbands, and purses to jazz up any outfit. ID# 129807 CHILD-1193-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Kallie Clayton Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Crayons, markers, and paint oh my! Everyday Every day will be a new adventure in an art medium. We will create masterpieces ready for our gallery showing on Friday. ID# 130335 CHILD-1370-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Michelle Rodman Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Cupcakes, Cookies, and Candy (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Yummy! No need to bring a snack to this camp. Learn how to make beautiful, scrumptious treats that are ALMOST too pretty to eat. Please note: Peanut and dairy products will be used in this camp. ID# 129603 CHILD-1518-4004 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

If You Give a Mouse a Cookie... (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Mad Science (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Rescue 911 (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Have you ever wondered what might happen if you gave a Pig a Pancake or a Moose a Muffin? This is a week full of mystery, games, crafts, and snacks. Join us as we investigate this popular series by Laura Numeroff. ID# 130368 CHILD-1608-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Savannah Volmer Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. It’s art, science, and fun all in one messy week! From elephant toothpaste to exploding shaving cream you’re guaranteed to lose your mind! Be sure to dress to make a mess! ID# 129714 CHILD-1284-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Sarah Redus Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Oh no! Your friend has fallen and they can’t get up! What should you do? Okay, so it didn’t really happen, but you will have fun learning how to handle a variety of emergency situations just like first responders. ID# 130333 CHILD-1224-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Stephanie Chontos Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

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49 Sew Fun (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Shocking Science (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Learn the basics of sewing while completing some fun projects. Bring 2 ½ yards of woven fabric for pajama pants (please no fleece) and 1 yard plus 3/8 yard contrast fabric for a cute tote. All other materials as well as the sewing machine will be provided. ID# 129812 CHILD-1580-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Kari Clayton Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Science and art collide in this course. We will create working clay sculptures using electricity. ID# 129561 CHILD-1263-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Kathryn Samora Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Week 7 July 21 – July 25 MORNING CAMPS Build It, Make It, Break It! (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Cheer Camp (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

LEGO® Mania (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Mad Science (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Munching on Math (Grades 1-3)

$99.00

Puppets Galore! (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Skip the Fork! (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Catapult your way into an explosive week! Examine the concepts of inertia and gravity by engaging in hands-on activities ID# 129792 CHILD-1197-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Breckon Sadler Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Learn the newest cheers, chants, and dance moves as you prepare for the Kids’ College pep rally. Tennis shoes and shorts are required. Pep rally will be held on Friday at 11:30am. ID# 129793 CHILD-1032-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Tiann Hammons Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. If you like to build using your own imagination, this is the camp for you! We will be building all sorts of creations along with your very own masterpiece. ID# 129684 CHILD-1199-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Tallene Owen Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. It’s art, science, and fun all in one messy week! From elephant toothpaste to exploding shaving cream you’re guaranteed to lose your mind! Be sure to dress to make a mess! ID# 130369 CHILD-1284-4003 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Sarah Redus Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Did you ever wonder how much food you eat in a day? This week we explore math related to the real world in a fun way! Each day includes engaging short stories involving simple math operations. Kids will follow recipes to create scrumptious foods. Join us for a MATHSNACK-ATTACK! ID# 130351 CHILD-1302-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Robin Karrh Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Do you love puppets? Learn how to make your own puppets and use them in creating a show to be presented at the conclusion of the week. Campers will work on making puppets, props, and voice projection for our presentation. It will be a fun-filled week of team work with puppets and friends. ID# 129579 CHILD-1173-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Shari Hammons Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Skip the fork and let your fingers do the work! Have fun creating, preparing and eating your delectable snacks! Create your own recipes scrapbook of quick and easy snacks that are fun and tasty while exploring the concerns of healthy eating. Please note: Peanut and dairy products will be used in this camp. ID# 129604 CHILD-1794-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

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50 Zen Tangle (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Zen Tangling is a fun “doodling” project using fine tipped permanent markers to create designs. We will practice with our name to start. Students will have the opportunity to work with other mediums such as rubber stamps and printing to make a memory book and a notebook cover. ID# 129817 CHILD-1601-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Candace Norris Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

AFTERNOON CAMPS Citizen Science (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Dance Explosion (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Dress Up Drama (Grades K-2)

$99.00

You have a unique and important voice! Use your super science skills to take part in a local study on grasshoppers. Learn about the adaptations of grasshopper species and dissect a grasshopper. ID# 129560 CHILD-1257-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Kathryn Samora Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Does your child like to dance? This camp offers a variety of styles of dance moves. Students will learn a combination of ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and stepping. Students will also learn cool costume, hair, and make-up ideas. Students will need comfortable attire, any type of tennis shoe, and their own make-up. ID# 129699 DANC-1501-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Kathy Cowan Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. All it takes to change your adventure is to change your costume! Join us as we create short skits, build props, scenery, and dress for the role. The week will conclude with a short presentation for friends and family to observe their budding stars in action on Friday at 4:30pm. ID# 130352 CHILD-1003-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Robin Karrh Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

LEGO® Ninjago/Chima (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Magical World of Eric Carle (Grades K-2)

$99.00

This LEGO® camp is a combination of Ninjago and Chima themed encounters with items such as the Rattlecopter, the Ultra Sonic Raider, the Destiny’s Bounty, Cragger’s Command Ship, The Croc Swamp Hideout, and many more. ID# 129686 CHILD-1300-4003 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Tallene Owen Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Come join us for a wildly fun week with Eric Carle’s enormously fun stories and correlating art activities. ID# 129788 CHILD-1186-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Gina Astuto Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

Nothing But Net (Grades K-2)

$99.00

Scrapbook Mania (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Sugar Rush (Grades 3-6)

$99.00

Have you ever dreamed of making that game winning shot? Feeling the ball leave your hands and hearing the “Swish” of the net as it goes through? Join us as we practice and improve the key concepts and skills of basketball. Comfortable clothes and tennis shoes are recommended. ID# 129808 CHILD-1245-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Breckon Sadler Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. Get your creative juices going with this Scrapbook class! This will be a hands-on class where students will learn the basics of scrapbooking then put their knowledge to work creating their own scrapbook projects! Focus will be placed on learning how to use tools for scrapbooking, as well as basic design principles. ID# 129685 CHILD-1014-4003 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Melissa Priest Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs.

This camp is for the sugar lover! Learn how to bake, frost, decorate, and YES eat your scrumptious, fabulously decorated treats! Please note: Peanut and dairy products will be used in this camp. ID# 129605 CHILD-1170-4003 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Tiffany Van Buren Ascension Academy 20.00 Hrs. New Classes

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Big Kids - Badger Tech Camps

@ Washington Street

Amarillo College is excited to provide high-tech, engaging computer classes for the amazing 5th through 8th graders. The curriculum is designed to capture the imaginations of our up and coming computer experts, engineers, and graphic designers. We are shaping our future NOW! For additional information please call(806) 371-2920.

Week 1: June 2 – June 6 Fun and Learning with LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics (Grades 5-8) $99.00 LEGO® Robotics challenges your thinking and provides hours of fun. Legos are known for

enhancing creativity, engaging activities and for leaving lasting impressions on all ages. Robotics applies future engineering technology. Come join us for a spectacular building event. Enrolling for multiple weeks will increase your LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics experience. Repeat students will be given new challenges. ID# 130241 CHILD-3000-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Delane McUne Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 410

Lights! Camera! Action! (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Students learn the basics of video editing, green screen, audio, clip editing and all it takes to make a commercial. ID# 130269 CHILD-1640-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/06 Marley Haynes Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Parcells Hall 210

Week 2: June 9 – June 13 Fun and Learning with LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics (Grades 5-8) $99.00 LEGO® Robotics challenges your thinking and provides hours of fun. Legos are known for

enhancing creativity, engaging activities and for leaving lasting impressions on all ages. Robotics applies future engineering technology. Come join us for a spectacular building event. Enrolling for multiple weeks will increase your LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics experience. Repeat students will be given new challenges. ID# 130243 CHILD-3000-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Delane McUne Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 410

Icon Design (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Cyberawareness thru Minecraft (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

This class is in collaboration with our Apple® App Creation Class offered in the third week. Learn to design the Apple® ICON for IPADS and IPhones. Will be using Adobe Illustrator CS6. ID# 130289 CHILD-1921-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Karly McCutchan Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Parcells Hall 308 Prerequisite: a paid “Minecraft” account and USB drive. Students will enjoy exciting Minecraft adventures while learning cyber-awareness. Class utilizes Safe and Secure Online®, an internationally recognized internet safety program. ID# 130279 CHILD-1920-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/09 - 06/13 Ervin Frenzel Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 210

Week 3: June 16 – June 20 Character Design (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Explore this week creating and designing a character using basic shapes in Adobe Illustrator CS6. ID# 130288 CHILD-2245-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Karly McCutchan Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Parcells Hall 215 Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


52 Adventures in Programming Logic (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Fun with Prezi (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Introduces kids to the logic behind object oriented programming using fun, interactive applications. ID# 130273 CHILD-1412-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Mark Usnick Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 210 Learn the exciting world of Prezi. (For those of you who do not know what Prezi is, it is a PowerPoint on steroids?!) Gain helpful skills to “explode” your school and other fun presentations. ID# 130280 CHILD-1424-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/16 - 06/20 Letty Lynch-Nadolny Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 206

Week 4: June 23 – June 27 Fun and Learning with LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics (Grades 5-8) $99.00 LEGO® Robotics challenges your thinking and provides hours of fun. Legos are known for

enhancing creativity, engaging activities and for leaving lasting impressions on all ages. Robotics applies future engineering technology. Come join us for a spectacular building event. Enrolling for multiple weeks will increase your LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics experience. Repeat students will be given new challenges. ID# 130244 CHILD-3000-4003 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Delane McUne Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 410

Computer Hardware for Kids (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Create Apple® Apps (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Ever dissect a computer and look at its guts and brains? Students explore the basic hardware of a computer and identify components in small form factor devices. Learn about mother boards, mother board components, and other common internal components. Will show how they are attached to the main system and how they function. ID# 130277 CHILD-1570-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Ervin Frenzel Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 217 Prerequisite: Icon Design Class. Have fun while learning to create apps on Apple® devices (I phone and I pad). Will be using app creation tools found online. ID# 130276 CHILD-1711-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Staff Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 206

Week 5: July 7 – July 11 Fun and Learning with LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics (Grades 5-8) $99.00 LEGO® Robotics challenges your thinking and provides hours of fun. Legos are known for

enhancing creativity, engaging activities and for leaving lasting impressions on all ages. Robotics applies future engineering technology. Come join us for a spectacular building event. Enrolling for multiple weeks will increase your LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics experience. Repeat students will be given new challenges. ID# 130245 CHILD-3000-4004 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Delane McUne Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 410

Computer Animation (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Learn to integrate concepts and design by putting them into motion. See your work of art come to live in this fast paced week of creativity. ID# 130286 CHILD-2220-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Jaime Carrillo Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Parcells Hall 308

Webpage Design I (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Future entrepreneurs wanted! Learn all aspects of design and publishing web pages. ID# 130274 CHILD-1576-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/07 - 07/11 Letty Lynch-Nadolny Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business 206 New Classes

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Week 6: July 14 – July 18 Fun and Learning with LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics (Grades 5-8) $99.00 LEGO® Robotics challenges your thinking and provides hours of fun. Legos are known for

enhancing creativity, engaging activities and for leaving lasting impressions on all ages. Robotics applies future engineering technology. Come join us for a spectacular building event. Enrolling for multiple weeks will increase your LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics experience. Repeat students will be given new challenges. ID# 130246 CHILD-3000-4005 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Delane McUne Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 410

Lights! Camera! Action! (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Students learn the basics of video editing, green screen, audio, clip editing and all it takes to make a commercial. ID# 130271 CHILD-1640-4002 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Staff Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Parcells Hall 210

Webpage Design II (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Webpage Design I is NOT required. Wanted: Future entrepreneurs! Learn all aspects of design and publishing web pages. ID# 130275 CHILD-1576-4002 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/14 - 07/18 Letty Lynch-Nadolny Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business 206

Week 7: July 21 – July 25 Fun and Learning with LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics (Grades 5-8) $99.00 LEGO® Robotics challenges your thinking and provides hours of fun. Legos are known for

enhancing creativity, engaging activities and for leaving lasting impressions on all ages. Robotics applies future engineering technology. Come join us for a spectacular building event. Enrolling for multiple weeks will increase your LEGO® Mindstorms® Robotics experience. Repeat students will be given new challenges. ID# 130247 CHILD-3000-4006 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Delane McUne Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 410

Creepy, Crawly and Anything Scary (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

All monster lovers wanted! Make your imagination into a reality. Explore innovative design techniques to create your own worst nightmare. Will use Adobe Illustrator CS6. ID# 130287 CHILD-2110-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Karly McCutchan Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Parcells Hall 308

Cyberawareness through Minecraft (Grades 5-8)

$99.00

Prerequisite: a paid “Minecraft” account and USB drive. Students will enjoy exciting Minecraft adventures while learning cyber-awareness. Class utilizes Safe and Secure Online, an internationally recognized internet safety program. ID# 130278 CHILD-1641-4001 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 07/21 - 07/25 Ervin Frenzel Washington St. Campus 20.00 Hrs. Byrd Business Bldg 210

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Big Kids - Complete Athlete Camps @ Washington Street

Amarillo College is committed to helping young athletes develop their potential to the highest level. We are excited to begin a new series of “well-rounded” camps to help your athlete become the COMPLETE ATHLETE! Our camps are available to all 5th through 8th graders. For additional information please call (806) 371-2920.

Week 1: June 2 – June 5 Football Skills Camp (Grades 5-8)

$69.00

Students learn all aspects and techniques of football. Work on extensive drills, catching, passing, receiving, blocking and coverage. Gain tools to help your future success in becoming the “Complete Athlete”. ID# 130260 CHILD-1495-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWR 06/02 - 06/05 Clay Dudding/Will Toliver Washington St. Campus 16.00 Hrs. Carter Fitness Center

Week 2: June 9 – June 12 Speed and Agility Camp (Grades 5-8)

$69.00

This camp is multipurpose and will help with all sports. Learn muscle endurance, weight lifting techniques and nutrition to optimize your full ability to become the “Complete Athlete”. ID# 130259 CHILD-1395-4001 08:00AM-11:00AM MTWR 06/09 - 06/12 Clay Dudding/Will Toliver Washington St. Campus 12.00 Hrs. Carter Fitness Center

Week 3: June 16 – June 19 Basketball Skills Camp (Grades 5-8)

$69.00

This fast paced week will increase your abilities by giving you the tools to learn an offense and defense - essential skills in becoming the “Complete Athlete”. ID# 130261 CHILD-1356-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWR 06/16 - 06/19 Will Toliver/Valeria Quiros Washington St. Campus 16.00 Hrs. Carter Fitness Center

Week 4: June 23 – June 26 Volleyball Skills Camp (Grades 5-8)

$69.00

Learn and execute the essential skills of volleyball. Get the edge and the most effective techniques of the game to help you become the “Complete Athlete”. ID# 130262 CHILD-1394-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWR 06/23 - 06/26 Valeria Quiros Washington St. Campus 16.00 Hrs. Carter Fitness Center

Week 5: July 7 - July 10 Martial Arts Camp (Grades 5-8)

$69.00

To mix things up Athletes learn practical self-defense in a safe and positive environment. Sharpen basic motor skills to include hand eye coordination. An emphasis on leadership will help you become the “Complete Athlete”. ID# 130263 CHILD-1339-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWR 07/07 - 07/10 Michael Watson Washington St. Campus 16.00 Hrs. Carter Fitness Center

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Week 6: July 14 – July 17 Soccer Camp (Grades 5-8)

$69.00

Strive to improve the skills and understanding of soccer. Learn and execute foot skills, shooting the ball and passing. Gain strategies to help your play on small and full size fields. Enhance your techniques and become the “Complete Athlete”. ID# 130264 CHILD-1333-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWR 07/14 - 07/17 Kirsten Kerbo Washington St. Campus 16.00 Hrs. Carter Fitness Center

Week 7: July 21 – July 24 Volleyball and Football Camps (Grades 5-8)

$69.00

Get ready for school tryouts and be at the top of your game. Execute crucial techniques in our last week of specialized instruction. You are now the “Complete Athlete”. ID# 130265 CHILD-2270-4001 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWR 07/21 - 07/24 Will Toliver/Valeria Quiros Washington St. Campus 16.00 Hrs. Carter Fitness Center

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Seniors’ College The following classes are specifically designed for those age 50 and older. Unless otherwise noted, you must be age 50 or older or have permission of the instructor to take one of the classes.

Seniors - Computer Classes For additional information please call (806) 371-2922.

Computer Concepts

$43.00

Beginning Word

$43.00

Beginning Excel

$43.00

Exploring the Internet

$45.00

An introductory class to computer concepts and terminology along with mouse operations, file management, and desktop properties. Introduction to word processing with Microsoft Notepad, WordPad and Microsoft Word. Creation of documents using features such as copying, pasting, text alignment, and margins ID# 130070 SRCIT-1286-4001 09:00AM-11:30AM MF 06/02 - 06/13 ID# 130071 SRCIT-1286-4002 06:00PM-08:30PM MF 06/02 - 06/13 Letty Lynch-Nadolny Downtown Campus 10.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 126 Focuses on Microsoft Word creating documents and formatting documents with formatted fonts, clip art, charts, borders, and arrangement of text. Learn to insert text and utilize spell-check, borders and shading, bullets and numbering, and paragraph features. ID# 130079 SRCIT-1828-4001 09:00AM-11:30AM MF 06/16 - 06/27 ID# 130081 SRCIT-1828-4002 06:00PM-08:30PM MF 06/16 - 06/27 Letty Lynch-Nadolny Downtown Campus 10.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 126 Introduction to spreadsheets and the basic functions of Excel including arrangement of information, finding optimal cell width, inserting and deleting columns and rows, sorting and filtering data, merging and deleting cells, use of the summation formula, and formatting text within the spreadsheet. ID# 130084 SRCIT-1385-4001 09:00AM-11:30AM MF 07/07 - 07/18 ID# 130086 SRCIT-1385-4002 06:00PM-08:30PM MF 07/07 - 07/18 Letty Lynch-Nadolny Downtown Campus 10.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 126 An introduction to the Internet and Internet terminology with an emphasis on discussion of Internet issues and review of popular websites. Seniors explore both the Internet and Internet resources including the use of advanced search techniques to narrow search techniques. The class creates a free e-mail account and practices sending e-mails with and without attachments. ID# 130087 SRCIT-1575-4001 09:00AM-11:30AM MF 07/21 - 08/01 ID# 130093 SRCIT-1575-4002 06:00PM-08:30PM MF 07/21 - 08/01 Letty Lynch-Nadolny Downtown Campus 10.00 Hrs. Business & Industry Center 126

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Continuing Education Online www.actx.edu/ce/online Amarillo College partners with several nationally recognized online course providers. Whether you’re looking for non-credit personal enrichment classes, or business and professional seminars, our offerings are taught by qualified instructors presenting the most current course content available now.

Accounting and Finance

Healthcare and Medical

Business

Language and Arts

Child Care and Parenting

Media Buying Strategies

College Readiness

Personal Development

Computer Applications

Project Management

Design and Composition

Teaching and Education

Facebook for Business

Technology

Grant Writing

Writing and Publishing

Learn what you need, when you need it.

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Hereford Campus

For additional information please call (806) 379-2700 unless otherwise noted.

Logistics Training Program

Classes are taught at the Hinkson Memorial Campus, 1115 West 15th, Hereford, Texas. For additional information please call (806) 379-2700.

Professional Driver Training

The Transportation Industry is growing and there is a high demand for well-trained drivers. You can be one of them. This five-week course utilizes classroom instruction, range and road driving, and practical application of skills used in the operation of a tractor/trailer. Prerequisites: • Student must be 18 years of age at the commencement of the course • Student must have a current valid Texas Drivers License • Student must have in possession first day of class a valid original Social Security Card • Texas Department of Public Safety fees for Commercial Drivers License and permit are included • Student will be required to take a DOT physical on the first day of class. Cost of the physical is included. If the student cannot pass the physical, they will receive a course refund, less the cost of the physical and the Defensive Driving Course. Students completing the course will have a Class A Commercial Drivers License with tanker, doubles/triples, hazmat, and school and passenger bus endorsements. Students also trained by National Safety Council Certified instructors on Defensive Driving for large trucks and forklift operation. To obtain a Certificate of Completion, the student must pass all Texas Department of Public Safety requirements for a Class A Commercial Drivers License issued by the State of Texas. Upon completion of the course, the student will be qualified to secure an entry level job as an over-the-road operator with a Commercial Drivers License. Amarillo College is not an employment agency, nor do we guarantee the Texas Department of Public Safety will issue a license. However, students have ample opportunity and help to talk with visiting recruiters, apply for employment, and pass DPS testing. In person registration at the Hinkson Memorial Campus, 1115 West 15th, Hereford, Texas is required. Payment is due upon enrollment.

Commercial Drivers License Program – Room 113 Defensive Driving - Professional Truck Operator

ID# 132405 CVOP-2035-3007 08:00AM-05:00PM MT Robert Mathews

Commercial Drivers License Written Skills

$237.00

05/05 - 05/06 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU)

$718.00

ID# 132406 CVOP-1005-3006 08:00AM-12:00PM MTWRF 05/07 - 05/22 Robert Mathews 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU)

Commercial Drivers License Driving Skills

$718.00

Advanced Driving Skills I

$599.00

Advanced Driving Skills II

$718.00

ID# 132407 CVOP-1001-3006 01:00PM-05:00PM MTWRF 05/07 - 05/22 Robert Mathews 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) ID# 132408 CVOP-2033-3007 08:00AM-05:00PM TWRF 05/23 - 05/30 Robert Mathews 40.00 Hrs. (4.00 CEU) ID# 132409 CVOP-2037-4006 Robert Mathews Program Total Hours/Cost

New Classes

Online Classes

08:00AM-05:00PM MTWRF 06/02 - 06/09 Hinkson Memorial 48.00 Hrs. (4.80 CEU) Campus 113 200.00 Hrs. (20.0 CEU) $2,990.00

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Kids’ College @ Hereford Art Art Camp (Grades K5-1)

$46.00

Learn basic art principles and make fun art projects in a hands-on environment. ID# 130240 CHLDH-3001-4001 10:00AM-11:30AM MTWR 06/09 - 06/19 Linda Perry Hinkson Memorial Campus 141 12.00 Hrs.

Art Camp (Grades 2-4)

$46.00

ID# 130290 CHLDH-3001-4002 Linda Perry

01:00PM-02:30PM MTWR Hinkson Memorial Campus 141

06/09 - 06/19 12.00 Hrs.

ID# 130291 CHLDH-3001-4003 Linda Perry

03:00PM-04:30PM MTWR Hinkson Memorial Campus 141

06/09 - 06/19 12.00 Hrs.

Art Camp (Grades 5-11)

$46.00

Languages Spanish (Grades K5-2)

$40.00

Learn body parts, grammar, vocabulary, and much more. Video tapes and songs make learning a new language fun and exciting. ID# 130293 CHLDH-3001-4005 09:00AM-10:15AM MTWR 07/21 - 07/31 Staff Hinkson Memorial Campus 141 10.00 Hrs.

Spanish (Grades 3-5)

$40.00

ID# 130294 CHLDH-3001-4006 Staff

11:00AM-12:15PM MTWR Hinkson Memorial Campus 141

07/21 - 07/31 10.00 Hrs.

ID# 130295 CHLDH-3001-4007 Staff

01:00PM-02:15PM MTWR Hinkson Memorial Campus 141

07/21 - 07/31 10.00 Hrs.

Spanish (Grades 6-8)

$40.00

Sewing Sewing for Kids (Grades 4-8) Covers the basics of sewing. ID# 130292 CHLDH-3001-4004 Staff

01:00PM-02:30PM MTWR Hinkson Memorial Campus 135

$39.00 06/16 - 06/19 6.00 Hrs.

Moore County Campus

For additional information please call (806) 934-7220 unless otherwise noted.

Arts and Crafts Art Journaling

$50.00

Scrapbooking

$50.00

Creative Writing

$35.00

Capture your creativity in little spurts, things you want to say, things you want to remember. Art journaling can open a whole new creative side of you -- even if you think you are not creative. ID# 130296 ARTCT-1020-4001 06:00PM-08:00PM M 06/02 - 06/23 Margaret Parsons Moore County Campus TBA 8.00 Hrs. Learn the basics of scrapbooking and create one of a kind pages to showcase past, present, and future memories. ID# 130301 ARTCT-1020-4002 05:30PM-07:30PM R 06/05 - 06/26 Margaret Parsons Moore County Campus TBA 8.00 Hrs. Everyone has a story to tell, but not everyone has put that story on paper. Come join us and learn how in a totally safe environment. It could be the beginning of a wonderful experience! ID# 130303 ARTCT-1020-4004 06:00PM-08:00PM M 07/07 - 07/28 Margaret Parsons Moore County Campus TBA 8.00 Hrs. Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


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Design cards for holidays and other occasions. ID# 130302 ARTCT-1020-4003 05:30PM-07:30PM R Margaret Parsons Moore County Campus TBA

$50.00

07/10 - 07/31 8.00 Hrs.

Computer Literacy Computer Basics

Learn the basics of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint 2010. ID# 130304 ITSC-1006-4001 06:00PM-08:00PM T Alicia Williams Moore County Campus 147

$35.00 06/10 - 07/01 8.00 Hrs. (0.80 CEU)

English for the Workplace English for the Workplace

$54.00

Develop workplace communication skills for agriculture, dairy, and construction trades. Emphasis placed on vocabulary, pronunciation and simple sentence patterns including correct subject verb agreement, punctuation and capitalization. ID# 130307 COMG-1011-4001 10:00AM-12:00PM MW 06/02 - 06/25 ID# 130309 COMG-1011-4002 06:00PM-08:00PM TR 06/03-06/26 ID# 130310 COMG-1011-4003 10:00AM-12:00PM MW 07/07 - 07/30 ID# 130311 COMG-1011-4004 06:00PM-08:00PM TR 07/08-07-31 Staff Moore County Campus TBA 16.00 Hrs. (1.60 CEU)

Healthcare Courses

For additional information please call (806) 379-2777.

Certified Nurse Assistant Certified Nurse Assistant/Aide (CNA) Lecture ONLY

$300.00

Prerequisites: Immunizations; Criminal Background Check. Payment is required at registration. In person registration ONLY- Moore County Campus. Social security card, immunization record, and current photo ID are required at time of registration. Student may NOT register without ALL documents and complete background check. Registration fee includes state exam costs (non-refundable). State testing dates will be announced at a later date. All students must complete a pre and post course TABE test. ID# 129287 NURA-1001-4003 08:00AM-05:00PM SU 05/31 - 06/15 and 05:00PM-10:00PM TR 06/03 - 06/26 Robert Bates Dumas High School 89.00 Hrs. (8.90 CEU) 421 West 4th St Dumas

Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) CPR ONLY

$55.00

Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Clinical ONLY

$300.00

Payment is required at registration. In person registration ONLY- Moore County Campus. Social security card, immunization record, and current photo ID are required at time of registration. Student may NOT register without ALL documents and complete background check. Registration fee includes state exam costs (non-refundable). State testing dates will be announced at a later date. ID# 130312 EMSP-1019-4007 08:00AM-05:00PM T 07/01 Staff Moore County Campus TBA 8.00 Hrs. (0.80 CEU) Payment is required at registration. In person registration ONLY- Moore County Campus. Social security card, immunization record, and current photo ID are required at time of registration. Student may NOT register without ALL documents and complete background check. Registration fee includes state exam costs (non-refundable). State testing dates will be announced at a later date. ID# 130313 NURA-1060-4003 05:00PM-10:00PM T 07/08 and 05:00PM-10:00PM R 07/17 and 05:00PM-10:00PM T 07/22 - 07/29 and 06:45AM-03:30PM S 07/12 - 07/26 and 06:45AM-03:30PM U 07/20 - 07/27 Robert Bates Dumas Memorial Hospital 58.00 Hrs. (5.80 CEU) 224 East 2nd St Dumas

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Kids’ College @ Moore County Art Creative Kids (Incoming Grades 1-3)

$29.00

Showcase your creativity through a variety of art mediums. ID# 130315 CHLDM-2001-4001 09:00AM-10:15AM MTWR Margaret Parsons Moore County Campus TBA

06/16 - 06/19 5.00 Hrs.

Computers Web 2.0 Tools (Incoming Grades 4-8)

Learn how to use online tools for pictures, videos, and animation. ID# 130317 CHLDM-2001-4002 09:00AM-10:15AM MTWR Alicia Williams Moore County Campus 147

$29.00

06/16 - 06/19 5.00 Hrs.

Graphic Design and Animation (Incoming Grades 1-3)

$32.00

Basic Video Game Design (Incoming Grades 2-8)

$35.00

Become the master of fun on your PC! Learn how to make games, animations, candy wrappers and more. ID# 130318 CHLDM-2001-4003 10:30AM-12:00PM MTWR 06/16 - 06/19 Alicia Williams Moore County Campus 147 6.00 Hrs. Do you love video games? Would you like to go beyond just playing games and start creating some of your own? Gain an understanding of basic game elements and game design using a combination of online and face-to-face instruction. Includes a lifetime premium subscription to Gamestar Mechanic - an online game design program. ID# 130319 CHLDM-2001-4004 10:00AM-11:30AM MTWRF 06/23 - 06/27 Jeffrey Stoughton Moore County Campus 147 8.00 Hrs.

Video Game Design: Learn How.

Moore County Campus Maps can be found online at www.actx.edu/ce. R=Thursday, U=Sunday (example: TR=Tuesday/Thursday: SU=Saturday/Sunday)


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Mission

Amarillo College

enriching the lives of our students and our community.

Continuing Education Division strengthening communities through lifelong learning.

Continuing Education •

The Registrar’s Office records Continuing Education courses you have taken, and a transcript of those courses will be provided upon request. • Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are awarded for designated Continuing Education classes. One CEU is defined as “10 contact hours of participation in an organized continuing education adult or extension experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified instruction.” • Students in Continuing Education classes for which CEUs are awarded will qualify for one of the following: S — Satisfactory, U — Unsatisfactory. Students in non-CEU bearing classes, courses generally designed for the student’s personal enrichment and enjoyment, do not receive grades.

Academic Freedom

Students shall be free to be guided by scholarly research, study the substance of a given discipline, examine pertinent data, question assumptions, take reasoned exception to information and views offered in the classroom, and reserve judgment about matters of opinion.

Enrollment Eligibility Notice

Students with outstanding obligations to Amarillo College may not be allowed to enroll in or complete a Continuing Education course until the obligation is fulfilled. Students who have received a Criminal Trespass Warning from Amarillo College will not be allowed to enroll in courses held on any AC campus unless the warning has been lifted.

SENIOR CITIZEN TUITION WAIVER POLICY

A Senior Citizen is defined as “any person 65 years of age or older.” Tuition will be waived on eligible courses on a SPACE AVAILABLE basis; however, the class must reach its minimum paying enrollment, but not its maximum, for the policy to apply. Proof of age and photo identification are required, and the student must pay all course/lab fees. Continuing Education Courses: A Senior Citizen must complete the “Continuing Education Registration Form.” Continuing education courses that do not meet the criteria for state funding must be self-supporting and are not eligible for the Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver. Ineligible courses include all Personal Enrichment courses and most Occupational Continuing Education courses that are less than seven clock hours in length.

TPEG Funding

TPEG funding for certain CEU credit bearing Continuing Education classes is available to eligible students. Student eligibility is based on demonstrated need and is limited to student enrollment in an occupation specific state funded course. TPEG funds do not cover textbooks or supplies. The Financial Aid Office will determine individual approval and oversee the disbursement of TPEG funds. Please contact the Continuing Education Office at (806) 371-2910 for more information. Note: Application does not guarantee payment of tuition, and the award is based on the availability of funds.


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The Fine Print •

Amarillo College is an Equal Opportunity Community College.

disAbility Services - Any student who has a disabling condition that may require special arrangements to meet course requirements should contact disAbility Services, Room 119 of the Student Service Center, Washington Street Campus or call 371-5436.

Linked Courses - If a student registers through Occupational Continuing Education, they earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for designated classes, not Semester Credit Hours (SCHs). If students wish to receive SCHs, they must enroll through the College’s credit registration process.

Class Cancellation - Amarillo College reserves the right to cancel a class or classes when necessary.

Inclement Weather - In the event that severe weather conditions are present, the President of Amarillo College may find it necessary to close the College. Students and faculty are advised to listen to local radio and television stations for announcements and updates. The main telephone number for the College is 371-5000, and the message will be switched to announce weather-related decisions. Local television stations will be notified immediately of a closing decision. The latest information can also be found on the AC website: www.actx.edu

Refund Policy - Unless otherwise stated in brochures, flyers, or other promotional materials, the AC Continuing Education Refund Policy is as follows:

• • • •

Students must initiate all refund requests and transfers from one class to another. Refunds are processed within 45 days. If a student transfers to a different class, any additional tuition due must be paid at the time the transfer is processed. If a class is cancelled, the student automatically receives a 100 percent refund.

Classes with fewer than three class meetings: Until the close of business the last working day prior to the beginning date of the class: • • •

100 percent refunds will be given. Class transfers are allowed. No refunds will be given on or after the first class day.

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100 percent refunds will be given. Class transfers are allowed and 100 percent of tuition already paid will be applied to the new course(s). No refunds will be given on or after the third class day.

Classes with three or more class meetings: Until the close of business the last working day prior to the date of the third class meeting:

Notice to Employers - Third party checks received at the time of enrollment are applied to the student’s account.

Summer Semester Holidays and Observances May 25 - Memorial Day July 4 - Independence Day

AskAC

PHONE/WEB SERVICE:

Call : • (806) 371-5000 Monday through Thursday - 7 a.m.- 9 p.m. • (800) 227-8784 Friday - 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. • www.actx.edu Saturday -10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Except Holiday Weekends


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Registration begins April 28, 2014

You may enroll using one of these methods: online, mail, fax or in person. To hold a place in the class, payment is due upon enrollment.

CE Online Registration Open the internet browser and go to www.actx.edu/ce

Enter the course ID or keyword in the search bar and click Search. You may also browse under Find Classes. Click on the course title and then click register/more info button Review course listing and click Add to Cart and then Proceed to Checkout. You may continue to check out or add additional course at this time. Please note you may only register one student at a time. Once you have added all the courses to your shopping cart, Click “Check Out”. If you have never registered for a course before, you will need to proceed as a new student. If you are a returning student, please log on with your ACNet ID and Password to complete the registration.

Online Registration Troubleshooting •

If you are not currently enrolled or were not enrolled within the last year, call 371-5000 to update your record. If you meet these requirements and cannot register online, call 371-5000.

Cannot register for classes: Be sure you have cleared any restrictions for financial obligations.

If you have questions related to a specific Continuing Education class, send an e-mail to ContEd@actx.edu, or call (806) 371-2900

Mail Registration

If you are enrolling a child, you must use the social security number of the child not the parent. • Complete the registration form on page 2 for adults or page 55 for children, enclose check or credit card information, and mail to AMARILLO COLLEGE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE PO BOX 447 AMARILLO TX 79178 • No acknowledgement will be mailed.

FAX Registration • • •

If you are enrolling a child, you must use the social security number of the child not the parent. Complete the registration form on page 2 for adults or page 55 for children, include credit card information, and fax to Registrar’s Office (806) 371-5066. No acknowledgement will be mailed.

In-Person Registration - Assistance Centers WASHINGTON STREET CAMPUS 2211 S Washington St Student Service Center 7:30 a.m.- 6 p.m., Monday - Friday

EAST CAMPUS

1401 J Ave Student Services Center 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Monday – Friday Closed for Lunch 12 p.m.-1 p.m

WEST CAMPUS

6222 SW 9th Ave Lecture Hall 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., Monday – Friday

MOORE COUNTY CAMPUS

1220 E 1st St, Dumas TX 7:30 a.m.- 6 p.m., Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m.-Noon, Friday Moore County Campus Career and Tech 115 Success Blvd 8:30 a.m.- 6 p.m., Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m.- Noon, Friday

HEREFORD CAMPUS

1115 West 15th 7:30 a.m.- 5 p.m., Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m.- 12 Noon, Friday


C O M I N G T H I S FA L L

NEW HEALTHCARE PROGRAMS Patient Care Technician In one semester, you can learn to provide basic acute care for patients in a hospital setting. This entry level program is one of the first steps to a career in health care. The Patient Care Technician (PCT) duties include assisting patients with many tasks that they cannot do for themselves while they are in hospitals, rehabilitation clinics, assisted living facilities, nursing homes or long-term care facilities.

Clinical Medical Assistant A Clinical Medical Assistant performs various duties under the direction of a physician in the examination and treatment of patients. This 2 semester program will cover basic anatomy, physiology and phlebotomy. In addition to patient care, students will also study medical terminology and the administrative processes of coding and billing. 64% of CMAs work in a physician’s office.

EKG Technician By earning a certificate in two semesters as an EKG Technician, you are taking the next step in advancing your healthcare career. EKG Technicians perform electrocardiograms, known as EKGs, which trace electrical impulses transmitted by the heart. The EKG technician places electrodes to the patient’s chest, arms, and legs to obtain a printed reading, which is given to the physician. EKG Technicians can work in hospitals, cardiologist’s offices and rehabilitation clinics.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Will Ratliff • 354-6085 Some classes can be taken during the Summer semester.


An Equal Opportunity Community College

P.O. Box 447 Amarillo, TX 79178-0001


Amarillo College Continuing Education Summer 2014