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GENERAL INFORMATION Registration begins May 20, 2009, Classes begin June 15, 2009 or later Registration Information - Page 15 PURPOSE: The Oak Hills Community Education Program is made available by the Oak Hills Board of Education. The classes are being offered to serve the interests of those who would like to develop skills and pursue a vocation or simply for personal enjoyment.

SCHOOL CLOSINGS: Community Education classes will be canceled if Oak Hills Local Schools are closed during the day. Students should watch local television or listen to local radio stations for the latest information.

GOLDEN AGERS - YOUNG AT HEART (YAH): District residents with a “Young at Heart” card may register in a class for half price, with a minimum enrollment fee of $10. The student will still be responsible for all supplies and material costs. District residents who are 65 or older may obtain a “Young at Heart” card at either the Oak Hills District Office or the Community Education Office located at Oak Hills High School.

DISCRIMINATION: The Oak Hills Board of Education affirms that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, national origin, handicap, or sex be excluded from participation in, or be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any education program or activity conducted under its auspices. This shall extend to employees therein and to admission thereto.

SUPPLIES OR MATERIALS: Many of the courses require a materials fee which is payable at registration. Frequently the student is also required to bring materials to the class, but unless otherwise indicated, wait until after the first class session to purchase supplies or equipment.

EARLY REGISTRATION: Early registration helps us determine if classes will have the minimum number of students required to hold the class. Early enrollment also assures your opportunity to participate in the class. Some classes have limited enrollment and fill quickly. NO SMOKING permitted on school property.

THE OAK HILLS COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM IS SELF-SUPPORTING. OAK HILLS COMMUNITY EDUCATION OFFICE STAFF Ms. Lynn Hericks, Program Manager Miss Christina Rielag, Office Assistant Phone: 513-451-3595

OAK HILLS BOARD OF EDUCATION Mrs. Jan Hunter, President; Mr. Steve Schinkal, Vice President Mr. Rick Ahlers, Mr. Greg Felix, Mr. Jack Pollock Interim Superintendent - Dr. Jay Kemen Treasurer - Mrs. Ronda Johnson

COMMUNITY EDUCATION PLANNING SCHEDULE JUNE 15, 2009 .................................................................. COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 24, 2009 .........................................................COMMUNITY EDUCATION FALL REGISTRATION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 8, 2009...................................................... CE FALL SWIM CLASSES AND WATER AEROBICS BEGIN SEPTEMBER 21, 2009...............................................................COMMUNITY EDUCATION FALL CLASSES BEGIN JANUARY 11, 2010 ....................................................COMMUNITY EDUCATION WINTER REGISTRATION BEGINS JANUARY 25, 2010 ............................................................. COMMUNITY EDUCATION WINTER CLASSES BEGIN MARCH 15, 2010 .......................................................COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH 29, 2010 .................................................................COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPRING CLASSES BEGIN MAY 24, 2010 .........................................................COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER REGISTRATION BEGINS JUNE 7, 2010 .................................................................... COMMUNITY EDUCATION SUMMER CLASSES BEGIN

TABLE OF CONTENTS Oak Hills Swimming Torpedoes ........................... 11 Personal Skills ....................................................... 8-9 Registration Information....................................... 15 Safety Village ............................................................3 Swimming Lessons ................................................... 4

Children’s Classes .................................................5-6 Creative Arts.............................................................7 Financial Skills .......................................................10 Ed2Go Online Classes.......................................13-14 Gatlin Education Online Classes .......................... 12 Health & Fitness....................................................... 7

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SAFETY VILLAGE Safety Village is a comprehensive safety program for 5-year old children who will be entering kindergarten this fall. The children learn about safety in traffic, in the home, on the playground, in an automobile, on a bus, around poisons, fire, water, and strangers. The 2-week, 20 hour safety program is taught by certified teachers, police and fire officers, and Girl Scouts. Each day the children spend time in the classroom and learn through games, arts and crafts activities, field trips, music, films, video tapes and role-playing. They also spend time on a school playground that includes sidewalks, streets, a traffic signal and road signs around which the children maneuver small, battery powered vehicles. Location: Oakdale Elementary 8045 June 15 - June 26 10 days 8046 June 15 - June 26 10 days 8047 June 29 - July 10* 9 days *No class on July 3rd

Location: Delshire Elementary 8048 July 13 - July 24 10 days

9:30-11:30 a.m. 12:30-2:30 p.m. 9:15-11:30 a.m.

9:30-11:30 a.m

Oakdale: 3850 Virginia Court, 45248 Delshire: 4402 Glenhaven Road, 45238

FEE: $75 per child • • •

Complete the registration form below for Safety Village students and follow the instructions on page 15. We cannot always guarantee that students registered together will be placed in the same small group during the selected session. Please finalize all transportation arrangements before registering as changes to session choices after registration may not always be available.

TODAY’S DATE ________________ PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY

OFFICE USE ONLY: CLASS LIST ______

THE OAK HILLS COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM IS SELF-SUPPORTING.

OAK HILLS COMMUNITY EDUCATION SAFETY VILLAGE REGISTRATION FORM Send Form to: Oak Hills Community Education, 3200 Ebenezer Road, Cincinnati, OH 45248 UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ALL CLASSES ARE HELD AT OAK HILLS HIGH SCHOOL

Registrant’s Name _________________________________________________________ Phone _______________ (First)

(Last)

(Home)

Address __________________________________________________________________ Phone _______________ (No. & Street) Office Use

(City)

Child’s Name

(Zip)

Date of Birth

(Work or Cell) Safety Village Session No.

Cost

Fee (if applicable)

Resident ____ Non-Resident ____ (Non-Resident Fee $5.00)

TOTAL

Email Address (optional - to be notified of class information):______________________________________________________________________ (PLEASE print clearly) By registering, the student hereby covenants and agrees that in consideration of the sponsorship of Community Education classes by Oak Hills Board of Education, and in consideration of covenants and agreements of other persons similarly made; I hereby waive and discharge any and all claims, rights of action, demands or liabilities of whatever nature against the above named Oak Hills School District and/or employees of said Oak Hills School District, and/or Oak Hills Board of Education, for any injuries or damages which I may suffer, directly or indirectly, as a result of the sponsorship of said Community Education classes by said Oak Hills Board of Education. CIRCLE: Cash CK Cr. Card No.__________________________________________________ Exp. Date_________ Security Code #_______ (Check No ____________) (Master Card or Visa only) (Required) (Required)

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CHILDREN’S SWIMMING LESSONS OHHS POOL

FEE: $75

FEE: $75

OHHS POOL

Summer swim lessons are conducted by Red Cross certified water safety instructors. When registering, please specify both the course number for the session, and the section number to designate the time and/or date. Please confirm car-pool arrangements before registering your child. A fee may be charged for registration changes. While student to teacher ratio is approximately 6:1 in Level I & II, and 8:1 in other levels (when possible), swimming classes fill quickly. Early bird registration - $5 off each child if registered by June 5. LEVEL I - INTRODUCTION TO WATER SKILLS Must be 4 years or older. Designed for children who have little or no water experience, or who have not received a Level I passing card, must be able to sit patiently on the side of the pool. LEVEL II - FUNDAMENTAL AQUATIC SKILLS Designed for children who have received a Level I passing card, or are able to perform Level I skills prior to the end of 1st class. Level 1 skills include: willingness to go underwater, to try to swim without assistance, being able to float comfortably on front & back, bobbing and completely submerging head. Must be very comfortable in the water. LEVEL III - STROKE DEVELOPMENT Designed for children who have received a Level II passing card, or are able to perform Level II skills prior to the end of the 1st class. Entrance skills are: the student must be comfortable in deep water and be able to swim independently, bob with head fully submerged, tread water, front crawl 15 feet (able to reach arms out of water with face in), backstroke 15 feet, and float. SESSION I JUNE 15 - 26 MON. - FRI. - 2 Weeks

7001 A. B. C. 7002 A. B. C. 7003 A. B. 7004 A. 7005 A.

LEVEL I 9-9:45 a.m. 10-10:45 a.m. 11-11:45 a.m. LEVEL II 9-9:45 a.m. 10-10:45 a.m. 11-11:45 a.m. LEVEL III 9-9:45 a.m. 3-3:45 p.m. LEVEL IV 10-10:45 a.m. LEVEL V & VI 11-11:45 a.m.

7021 A. B. C. 7022 A. B. C. 7023 A. B. 7024 A. 7025

SESSION II JUNE 29 - JULY 10 MON. - FRI. - 2 Weeks (Note: NO classes on Fri., July 3) LEVEL I 9-9:50 a.m. D. 2-2:50 p.m. 10-10:50 a.m. E. 3-3:50 p.m. 11-11:50 a.m. F. 4-4:50 p.m. LEVEL II 9-9:50 a.m. D. 2-2:50 p.m.. 10-10:50 a.m. E. 3-3:50 p.m. 11-11:50 a.m. F. 4-4:50 p.m. LEVEL III 11-11:50 a.m. C 3-3:50 p.m. 2-2:50 p.m. LEVEL IV 9-9:50 a.m. B. 4-4:50 p.m. LEVEL V & VI

D. E. F.

2-2:45 p.m. 3-3:45 p.m. 4-4:45 p.m.

D. E. F.

2-2:45 p.m. 3-3:45 p.m 4-4:45 p.m.

C.

4-4:45 p.m.

B.

2-2:45 p.m.

LEVEL IV - STROKE IMPROVEMENT Designed for children who have received a Level III passing card, or able to perform Level III skills prior to the end of the 1st class. Entrance skills are front crawl 15 yards face in, rhythmic breathing, backstroke 15 yards, butterfly kick, floating, diving, and treading. LEVEL V - STROKE REFINEMENT Designed for children who have received a Level IV passing card, or are able to perform Level IV skills prior to end of the 1st class. Entrance skills are 25 yards front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, butterfly, and elementary backstroke, side stroke, treading, and floating. LEVEL VI - PERSONAL WATER SAFETY Designed for children who have received a Level V passing card, or are able to perform Level V skills prior to end of the 1st class. Entrance skills are 50 yards front & back crawl, 25 yards breaststroke, 25 yards elementary stroke, 25 yards sidestroke, & 25 yards butterfly.

7031 A. B. C. 7032 A. B. C. 7033 A. B. 7034 A. 7035

SESSION III JULY 13 - 24 MON. - FRI. - 2 Weeks LEVEL I 9-9:45 a.m. D. 2-2:45 p.m. 10-10:45 a.m. E. 3-3:45 p.m. 11-11:45 a.m. F. 4-4:45 p.m. LEVEL II 9-9:45 a.m. D. 2-2:45 p.m. 10-10:45 a.m. E. 3-3:45 p.m. 11-11:45 a.m. F. 4-4:45 p.m. LEVEL III 9-9:45 a.m. C. 3-3:45 p.m. 11-11:45 a.m. LEVEL IV 10-10:45 a.m. B. 2-2:45 p.m. LEVEL V & VI

New Twice A Week Option!!!

Lessons below offered two times per week for five weeks. 7001 G. 7002 G. 7003 D. 7004 C.

SESSION IV JUNE 15 - JULY 15 MON. & WED. - 5 Weeks LEVEL I 5-5:45 p.m. H. 6-6:45 p.m. LEVEL II 5-5:45 p.m. H. 6-6:45 p.m. LEVEL III 5-5:45 p.m. LEVEL IV 6-6:45 p.m.

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION SPECIAL!!! Register for your swim lessons by June 5th and receive $5 off each swimming registration fee!

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CHILDREN’S ART CLASSES 1940

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WEBKINZ & NEO PETS CARTOON CAMP

In this class students will have fun learning to draw their favorite Webkinz and Littlest Pet Shop characters. Projects will include model sheets, cartoon storyboards, and cel paintings. All materials are supplied. Ages 6-9 yrs. old. Room 215 June 15 - 19 5 days 1-2:30 p.m. Lynn Arnsperger Mon. - Fri. Fee: $80

1938

POKEMON WORKSHOP

Learn to draw your favorite Pokemon characters such as Pikachu, Charmander, Mew, and Pokemon Diamond, to name a few. In this class students will learn character construction, complete model sheets, and design their own set of trading cards. Each student will have his/her own set of printed cards. Students will challenge each other and collect other students’ cards as well. All materials are supplied. Children ages 8-15 yrs old. Room 215 June 22 - 26 5 days 1-2:30 p.m. Lynn Arnsperger Mon. - Fri. Fee $80

1944

WILDLIFE ILLUSTRATION

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In this class students will develop their own style learning different shading techniques. Students will work from photos and clip art to complete a three-piece project: a rendering, a pen and ink, and a color piece revealing the essence of their animal. Ages 9-15 yrs old. Room 215. July 6 - 10 5 days 12:30-2 p.m. Lynn Arnsperger Mon. - Fri. Fee: $80

1939

WHALES, SHARKS AND DOLPHINS

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WATERCOLOR PAINTING WORKSHOP

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In this class experience the beauty of watercolor painting. We will use watercolor paints, combined with watercolor pencils, to create beautiful watercolor paintings. You will select your own subject matter to paint. We will work from photos and clip art. Students will learn about the use of color and light. All materials are supplied. Ages 8 and over. Room 215 July 13 - 17 5 days 12:45-2:15 p.m. Lynn Arnsperger Mon. - Fri. Fee: $80

! NEW! 1942

FASHION DESIGN/CREATE YOUR OWN T-SHIRT

Students will enter the high world of fashion and become fashion designers. They will design and model their own T-shirts. Students will do a layout of a design they create. They will then make a pattern out of material, apply and paint. Students need to bring two plain T-shirts and a canvas tote bag to class. Materials and paint included. Ages 8 -15. Room 215 July 13 - 17 5 days 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Lynn Arnsperger Mon. - Fri. Fee: $50

1939

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ZOO BABIES

Take a walk on the wild side! In this class students will learn to draw adorable zoo babies. We will capture the lions, tigers, bears, and hippos, to name a few as we create our own zoo. Students will create a storyboard and a cel painting. All materials are supplied. Children ages 9-15 yrs old. Room 215 July 20 - 24 5 days 9:30-11:30 a.m. Lynn Arnsperger Mon. - Fri. Fee $80

Create your own ocean! Learn to draw the fascinating creatures of the deep blue waters, such as dolphins, sharks, sea horses, and octopuses, to name a few. Design your own ocean and create a beautiful watercolor painting to frame. All materials are supplied. Children ages 8-15 yrs. old. Room 215. July 6 - 10 5 days 9-11 a.m. Lynn Arnsperger Mon. - Fri. Fee: $85

THE ELEARNING CENTER

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from Oak Hills Community Education

Oak Hills Community Education now has thousands of online courses from the world’s greatest authors and companies on nearly every subject imaginable! Visit the OH eLearning Center to find the largest selection of self-study online courses available. Enroll anytime you like— study when you want! http://www.gatlineducation.com/oakhills/. See page 12 for more information

*NO *NOCommunity CommunityEducation EducationClasses Classes July 3 in observance of July 3 in observance ofIndependence IndependenceDay Day

Check often for up-to-date class information! www.oakhills.k12.oh.us/ and click on the Community tab and then the Community Education link

Online learning learning - anytime, anytime, anyanywhere! where! See pages pages 12-14 12-14

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CHILDREN’S HEALTH & FITNESS 1947

FITKIDS

! NEW!

Kids fitness has finally arrived!! FITKIDS will motivate your child to move this summer. This program is designed to introduce healthy exercise habits to your child through a fun, interactive, yet structured fitness class. Instructor has a B.S. in Exercise Physiology and has over 12 years teaching experience. Location to be announced. Instructor: Rachael Dotson Session A: Mondays: 6/15-7/6 4 weeks Fee: $40 Session B: Tuesdays: 6/16-7/7 4 weeks Fee: $40 Session C: Thursdays: 6/18-7/9 4 weeks Fee: $40 Session D: Fridays: 6/19-7/11* 4 weeks Fee $40 Session E: Mondays: 7/14-8/4 4 weeks Fee: $40 Session F: Tuesdays: 7/15-8/5 4 weeks Fee: $40 Session G: Thursdays: 7/17-8/7 4 weeks Fee: $40 Session H: Fridays: 7/18-8/8 4 weeks Fee $40 *No class July 3 - make up during any other scheduled class Monday & Friday class times - 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday class times - 2:30-3:15 p.m.

1936

“GREASE” DANCE CLASS

Jump right in! It’s “greased lightning!” Have fun learning the dance steps from your favorite movie. Dances will include Hand Jive and Greased Lightning. We’ll learn more if time allows. There will be a performance for family and friends at the end of the week. Please wear comfortable dance shoes and clothes. Children ages 8-15 yrs. old. Room 215 July 6 - 10 One week 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Lynn Arnsperger Mon. - Fri. Fee: $60

Visit Visitour ourWeb Website siteatat www.oakhills.k12.oh.us/. click on w.oakhills.k12.oh.us/. click the Community Educawww.oakhills.k12.oh.us/. click on onthe theCommunity CommunityEducaEduca tion tab, and then click on Community tion tab, and then click on Community Community Community Education Office Office Hours (during school days): ommunityEducation OfficeHours Hours(during (duringschool schooldays): days Mon. Thurs. 3-7:30 p.m. and Fri. 3-5 Mon. - Thurs. 3-7:30 p.m. and Fri. 3-5p.m. p.m.

CHILDREN’S CLASSES 1313 BETTER BABY SITTERS (at OHHS) Would your middle school child know what to do if they were home alone and someone knocked on the door? How about if they were caring for their younger siblings while you were away and someone got hurt? Do you want your child to feel confident about being alone or more knowledgeable about baby sitting? Enroll them in a Better Baby Sitter course! It is taught by nurses, it’s educational, and more importantly...it’s fun! Safety while home alone or while baby sitting is discussed. Child and infant CPR, first aid, growth and development, and diapering are just a few of the other topics covered. There will be visits from local Police and Fire Departments to discuss safety. For safety, a parent/guardian must sign out every child. Open to 5th, 6th, and 7th graders. Room 213 Section A: June 22 & 24 M&W 12-4:30 p.m. Section B: July 8 & 10 W&F 12-4:30 p.m. Section C: July 21 & 23 T & Th 12-4:30 p.m. Amy K. Marks, BSN, RN Fee: $75

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KIDZ HOME ALONE (at OHHS) Many parents and children begin to think about staying home alone when they are in 4th and 5th grades. This course is designed to guide parents and teach children about being home alone. The class is an avenue to begin discussion between parent and child regarding the many situations that may arise when a child is at home alone. The Home Alone Course helps the family develop a safe plan to help a child stay home alone safely. At the end of the classes the child and parent will both be more comfortable with the child remaining home alone. This is accomplished through discussion, problem solving, suggested guidelines, learning safety skills, and appropriate actions to possible ‘what ifs.’ At the end of the class the students will feel more confident, learn to THINK, then ACT appropriately if unusual situation should occur while home alone. This class is appropriate for the child who has never been home alone as well as the child who has been home alone but needs extra skills and information about unexpected ‘what if’ situations that may occur when staying alone. For safety, a parent/ guardian must sign out every child. Room 213 Section A: June 17 & 19 W&F 12-2 p.m. Section B: August 11 & 13 T & Th 12-2 p.m. Amy K. Marks, BSN, RN Fee: $44

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ADULT HEALTH & FITNESS 1838

ONLINE CLASSES FOR TEACHERS

WOMEN AND WEIGHTS

This fun, safe program has been specifically designed for women. Maintain bone density, increase metabolism, and discover the health benefits of weight training in a supportive environment. This group class will perfectly complement your existing exercise program or introduce weight training to the first-time participant! Please wear gym shoes and bring your own mat, a pair of light dumbbells, and a water bottle. Instructor has a B.S. in Exercise Physiology and has over 12 years teaching experience. Front Lobby. Session A: June 10 - July 8 5 weeks Fee: $32 Session B: July 15 - August 5 4 weeks Fee: $25 Rachael Dotson Wednesdays 5:15-6 p.m.

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Survival Kit for New Teachers Are you a new teacher who feels anxious about entering your first classroom? Whether you're already teaching, a newly credentialed graduate, or a substitute looking to transition to full-time, this course will provide you with all the time-tested tools, tips, and tricks you need to make your early years in the classroom a breeze.

The Creative Classroom Creativity will abound in your classroom as you tap into your students’ hidden talents. Learn creative new approaches to learning labs, activities, exercises, assignments, field trips, and evaluation methods. Think beyond the textbook and challenge your students by making your classroom a creative classroom!

Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom

POWER, PUMP, AND PILATES

Fitness is fun in this easy-to-follow interval class! Simple yet challenging cardiovascular and muscular conditioning exercises are combined for a great total body workout! Please bring your own mat and a pair of light dumbbells. Instructor has a B.S. in Exercise Physiology and has over 12 years teaching experience. Front Lobby Session A: June 10 - July 8 5 weeks Fee: $38 Session B: July 15 - August 5 4 weeks Fee: $30 Rachael Dotson Wednesdays 6-7 p.m. Sign up for two of Rachael’s classes and receive a $5 discount!

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TAE KWON DO (at the Frank Center) Enjoy learning the ancient Korean Martial Art form. Instructors are trained and certified by Grandmaster Hong Kong Kim, 1992 U.S. Olympic Coach. You will learn self-defense and self-discipline, and gain strength and stamina. The class is a goal oriented program with focus on respect and confidence. Great for all ages 6 and up. Fun for the entire family. Discounts for additional family members. Classes are on Tuesday and Thursday and are held at the Frank Center at 5858 Bridgetown Road. New classes begin each month throughout the year. First session begins June 2. Tues./Thurs. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Steve Newsome Fee: $35 per month/8 classes 1811 ASHTANGA YOGA (at OHHS) This yoga follows the classical system of Ashtanga Yoga. The scientific arrangement of postures that gradually build in difficulty to allow students to safely access their full potential. Accompanied by dynamic breathing, focus, and energy activation, the student brings all of his/her attention within as they flow from one posture to another in a moving meditation. This system immediately builds strength and heat as the joints and muscles systematically open and release tension, filling the body with energy. This system offers a road to health, fitness, and empowerment to all levels of yoga aspirants. Taught by certified Ashtanga Yoga instructor. Media Center. June 18 - July 9 4 weeks 5:30-7 p.m. Dion Savage Thursdays Fee: $40

Differentiated instruction (DI) is becoming a mainstay in classrooms across the country as educators are starting to see the ways that the traditional classroom setting limits their ability to reach diverse learners. Join us on this journey through 10 practical DI integration strategies! Count on at least three sample integration lessons on each strategy, and just think of all the ways that you can apply them to improve learning outcomes for your students.

Integrating Technology in the Classroom In this professional development course for teachers, you’ll learn the secrets of technology integration in the classroom, gaining the skills educators need to use tools such as wikis, podcasts, and blogs effectively. You’ll discover simple ways to integrate technology to enhance your subject material and meet your course goals. We’ll explore quick-and-easy, standards-based solutions for more interactive lesson plans, exciting WebQuests, and challenging assignments. We’ll also unleash the power of Web resources, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Together, we’ll look at basic integration, subject-specific activities, and smart ways to make your integration seamless. Find out more about these classes and many others at www.ed2go.com/oakhills

CREATIVE ARTS 1452

BEAD JEWELRY MAKING

Create your own unique jewelry using a wide variety of sterling silver and glass beads. In one evening you will learn basic beading techniques including bead selection, clasp attachment, and bracelet, necklace and earring design. Use your new skills in class to fashion two pieces of jewelry. As an added bonus, you will come away with the skills to make more jewelry on your own! No experience necessary. Megan Painter has extensive experience in various craft-related mediums, including jewelry making and has taught numerous classes on this subject. Sorry, no discounts. Maximum Enrollment: 20 students. Room 213 July 29 Wednesday 6:30-8:30 p.m. Megan Painter One night Fee: $45

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PERSONAL SKILLS 1330

1336

LOSE WEIGHT AND FEEL GREAT WITH HYPNOSIS

Finally, you can take control of your weight. Even if past diet plans and efforts have failed, now you can lose the weight you want to without sacrifice or willpower. With hypnosis you will conquer your bad eating habits that are preventing you from being the person you want to be. You will learn how to lose weight, reduce stress, increase your energy level, stay motivated and have a lot of fun. It is recommended that you bring a mat or a blanket that you will be comfortable with while lying on the floor during the hypnosis portion of the class. If you prefer, you can remain seated in a chair for the hypnotic induction. Fee includes a materials charge of $5. Media Center July 22 & 29 2 weeks 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Michael Thomas Wednesdays Fee: $45 Michael Thomas has been a certified hypnotherapist for over a decade. He graduated from The Cincinnati School of Hypnosis and has had a private practice for ten years. He has presented many seminars to corporations, high schools, and individuals who wish to explore the true power of hypnosis. Michael Thomas has developed fifteen hypnotic programs and is the author of “The Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis.”

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CREATIVE WRITING

! NEW!

The purpose of this class is to introduce students to the art and craft of creative writing. Through readings and discussions of contemporary poems, essays, and short fiction, we’ll explore the question of how to communicate and tell great stories successfully. Students will practice their craft through regular writing exercises, and also submit short, original works of fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction to be shared with the class in thoughtful, supportive peer workshops. Room 304 July 8 - August 12 6 weeks 7-9 p.m. Brian Groh Wednesdays Fee: $100 Brian Groh has taught English Literature at Cincinnati State College, and is the author of the novel, Summer People, published in hardback by HarperCollins in 2007. It was chosen by Target to be a Bookmarked Club Pick. The novel’s Web site is here: www.summerpeoplethenovel. com.

! NEW!

ed2go TWELVE STEPS TO A SUCCESSFUL JOB SEARCH

Get the job you want quickly and easily and in any economy. In this course, a world-renowned author and career advisor will help you identify the job that is best for your needs. You'll then be given complete step-by-step instructions on how to get that job, regardless of your level of expertise or state of the economy. You will learn how to build rapport with any interviewer, both verbally and non-verbally, while mastering the six phases of a successful job interview. This motivational course will increase your confidence, help you feel great about yourself, and provide you with the foundation you need to get the job you want. Upcoming start dates for classes: May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19 and Sept. 16. For more information visit www.ed2go.com/oakhills. Todd Bermont 6 weeks Online anytime Self paced Fee: $89

*NO Community Community Education Education Classes Classes *NO July 33 in in observance observance of of Independence Independence Day Day July However, online online classes classes NEVER NEVER close!! close!! However,

PARALEGAL ONLINE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM

! NEW!

Midwest Paralegal Studies in partnership with Oak Hills CE- is offering a 12-month Paralegal certificate of completion. For program details and questions, contact the instructor, Mr. Zoran Perovanovich via email, zoran1990@juno.com or visit the Website at http://www. paralegalstudies.com . This professional non-credit program is recommended for those in the legal profession seeking advancement or for someone interested in a career change. It is open to anyone with a high school diploma/GED. This is an online tutoring program designed to let you work at a pace comfortable for your busy lifestyle. It begins with a “FREE” one hour orientation seminar held online at this link: http://www.paralegalstudies.com/free_orientation.htm. The certificate series includes a total of five classes each lasting seven weeks. Classes are designed to facilitate the individual needs of both novices and those currently working in the legal field and looking to upgrade their skills. You will learn how to: Research and write a legal office memo, explore and investigate a legal specialty, learn the procedures of a local court system, understand the management of a law office, develop strategies for a paralegal job search. Students will access all of the lectures and study materials they will need weekly online and via email. Additional individual tutoring will be furnished to each student during the course of the program as needed. Courses may be taken in any order at the start of each class term. However, we recommend students take classes in the order in which they are listed below: Paralegal Research (7 weeks) $195 This course will coach you in paralegal research and writing tools. All students will access law resources online and at the local library once a week for specific assignments. In addition, each student will write an office legal memo using legal techniques and current rules of law applying the same to support a conclusion based upon the IRAC reasoning technique. All work must be submitted online. Paralegal Jurisprudence (7 weeks) $195 This course will coach you in the paralegal profession including many of the more popular entry-level areas of legal specialization (family, corporate, probate, real estate and many others). All students will be required to select and pursue at least one specialty area and write a twelve-part report for substantive career development. Each student will also be required to take weekly quizzes and a final exam online. Paralegal Litigation (7 weeks) $195 This course will coach you in litigation and trial support used by entry level practicing paralegals in daily procedural work. All students will be required to visit a local court system and investigate the procedures of pre-trial, trial, post-trial and appeals. In addition, each student will be asked to make a presentation of the court visit and complete a selected deposition abstract online. Paralegal Management (7 weeks) $195 This course will coach you in paralegal office manager tools at work. All students will be required to network/mentor with an entry level, practicing paralegal in the field and acquire information on the organization of law firms, corporations and/ or government legal departments in order to complete a presentation for class. All quizzes and the final exam will be taken online. Paralegal Career (7 weeks) $195 This course will coach you in paralegal job search/portfolio method and will help you identify special legal skills that are part of your unique niche in the paralegal market. All students will be required to compose a 15-section paralegal career portfolio and explore three job leads in a local law practice in order to complete a class presentation. Each student will also post an eResume online at the end of class

Upcoming start dates for all classes: June 4, September 17,and November 5, 2009 Zoran Perovanovich Online

Fee: $195 each

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PERSONAL SKILLS 1335

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“THERAPY DOG - READY” CLASS

This class is specifically designed for those interested in entering the world of Therapy Dogs! Classes will be focused on training the human-canine team around: basic medical equipment, what to do in potential scenarios and how to handle them, how to enter and exit rooms and facilities, how to monitor your dog’s stress level, mental fatigue, knowing when it is time to leave, what tricks are acceptable to perform, HIPPA rules/requirements and MUCH more! You and your canine companion will also learn additional cues that will be oriented for Therapy Dog work. At the end of the 9 weeks you will be tested for the AKC© – Canine Good Citizen (C.G.C.) Award - a requirement for Therapy Dog programs. Any questions, please contact the Instructor directly regarding the “Therapy Dog – Ready” Class at (513) 607-9755 before registering with the Community Education office. AGE REQUIREMENT: Canine companions under one year of age may take this class with the understanding they will not be permitted to begin Therapy Dog work unless special circumstances apply (please contact Instructor for further important information). Canine companions over one year of age and up may begin if have met the “Prerequisite” criteria. PREREQUISITE: Puppy or Basic, Transitional, Sophisticated, or proof of a basic, intermediate and advanced classes completed. Vaccinations required. REQUIREMENTS:~ MUST bring current vet records to first class. Dogs over 5 months required to have the Rabies and Bordatella vaccinations. ~ 6 foot “solid” lead (ie: leather, nylon, fabric lead). NO CHAIN LEADS OR RETRACTABLE LEADS. Prong collars are permitted on dogs one year of age and older with the goal of walking in a flat/basic collar. Absolutely NO PINCH COLLARS ACCEPTED. MUST be willing to laugh, have fun learning new concepts and be tolerant of the instructor’s dog jokes!

June 10 - Aug 5 Shana Bockelman

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9 weeks Wednesdays

7 p.m Fee: $130

ORGANIZE OR AGONIZE

Out of balance? Unproductive? How much joy would you have if you unleashed your potential and got your act together? This online class includes mentoring and tricks to achieve breakthroughs. You’ll discover techniques of highly effective, happy people that can make a real difference in your life. Topics Include: Choice, not chance Dealing with procrastination - Handling mind traffic - Life, family and balance - Effective day-planner use - Desk stress - Clutter Understanding the difference between urgent and important tasks - Handling information overload - Putting out fires - Getting your house and family organized. Read lessons, participate in exercises, and hold live interactive discussions with instructor Gary Fugere and fellow students in your on-line classroom. Runs for 6 weeks and is self-paced. Complete the lessons on your own timetable. Course requirements include intermediate PC skills. For more information visit www.gsinet.org/partners/oak/. Don’t forget to include your e-mail address with registration - required! Session A: June 16 - July 30 6 wks. On-line anytime Session B: Aug. 4 - Sept. 17 6 wks. On-line anytime Gary Fugere Self paced Fee: $65

CANINE OBEDIENCE AND MUTUALISM

PUPPY: (6 p.m. Wed.): Potty training, sit, down, stay, wait, take it, leave it, drop it, no jumping, building attention spans (because there are none!), beginning leash walking – heel, dog-to-dog greeting, socialization and more. AGE REQUIREMENTS: 12 weeks (3 months) to 5 months. Vaccination according to dog’s age, see below. B ASIC (6 p.m. Mon. or 8 p.m. Wed.) (Teenagers and those without previous training of ANY age. Great for Senior canines who are or may be experiencing “mental boredom”!) A GE R EQUIREMENTS : 5 month and up to senior. . TRANSITIONAL (Intermediate Level): (7 p.m. Mon.) – Distance recalls (emphasizing the “Release”) with and without low-level distractions, distance sit, down and leave it, stand, loose-lead walk, “door-dashing” and “stair-rushing”, “pass-by’s,” by-me, emergency down, retrieval, 2-Tricks of the class’s choice. PREREQUISITE: Puppy or Basic class, or proof of equivalent training. Sophisticated (Advanced Level): (8 p.m. Mon.) – Distance recalls with high-level distractions, advanced sensory distractions (using smells, sounds, novelties, etc. for distractions that mimic an unfamiliar environment and how to appropriately react), advanced emergency down, heel with out holding lead (depending on owners comfort level and dog’s willingness and location), advanced ‘release’ recall, 2 - Intermediate level tricks. PREREQUISITE: Puppy or Basic AND Transitional, or proof of equivalent training. Vaccinations required, see below. 7-8 weeks. NOTE: Those interested in Therapy Dog work are highly encouraged to take this class before enrolling for the “Therapy Dog – Ready” Class. Those interested in obtaining the A.K.C. - Canine Good Citizenship Award (C.G.C.) who will not be continuing on to the “Therapy Dog – Ready” Class must notify the Instructor no later than the third class. REQUIREMENTS: See Therapy Dog Ready Class. Classes are one hour in length June 8 - July 29 7 weeks 6, 7 or 8 p.m Shana Bockelman Monday or Wednesday Fee: $130

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Shana has 700+ hours obedience training and mutualism in last year-anda-half alone. She has 8 years Therapy Dog Volunteering with S.P.C.A.’s Companion Animal Access Program (C.A.A.P.). As of February 2008 she became contracted by S.P.C.A. as the Temperament Test Administrator for C.A.A.P. and ‘In-field’ instructor and she became the Director of C.A.A.P. this past September. A.K.C. – Canine Good Citizen (C.G.C.) and A.K.C. - S.T.A.R. Puppy Evaluator. She is a member of the Association of Professional Humane Educators (APHE). Red Cross “Pet First Aid Certified.” She’s enrolled in the Certification of Professional Dog Trainers (CPDT) and will be enrolled in mid-2009 with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC). She has attended A.K.C. dog club training throughout her life and has spent the last 2 years focusing half of her training on clients to be “Therapy Dog Ready” (test ready) and modifying and managing dogs with Behavioral Issues. Currently, Shana is an Associate Behavioral Consultant with the goal of becoming a Certified Canine Behavior Counselor.

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FINANCIAL SKILLS 1233

WOMEN AND MONEY - TAKING CHARGE

Are you financially prepared? This class provides mentoring and step-by-step techniques and strategies. Topics include: Attitude and money — Reducing debt — Understanding stocks, bonds and mutual funds - Crafting your own financial plan - Saving for the kids and for higher education - Planning for retirement, including the tax law changes that might affect you in the years to come - Where to go for reliable investment information. Runs for 6 weeks and is self-paced. Complete the lessons on your own timetable. Course requirements include intermediate PC skills. For more information visit www.gsinet.org/partners/oak. Don’t forget to include your e-mail with registration. Session A: June 16 or August 4 6 wks. On-line anytime Gary Fugere Self paced Fee: $45

ed2go STOCKS, BONDS, AND INVESTING: OH MY!

! NEW!

Are you worried that you might not have enough money to make it through retirement? Stop worrying and start planning! The earlier you begin planning for your future, the easier it will be for you to retire. No matter how inadequate you believe your current understanding of finance to be, this course will make you capable to manage your personal finances, make wise investment decisions, and prepare adequately for your future. Upcoming start dates for classes: May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19 and Sept. 16. For more information visit www.ed2go.com/oakhills. Aaron Clarey 6 weeks Online anytime Self paced Fee: $89

1200

FINANCIAL STRATEGIES SEMINARS

! NEW!

Determined to start planning and strategizing better in these tough financial times? Choose one or all of these one-night seminars to help you survive and succeed! June 16 - Money Management & Goal Settings: Topics discussed, Defining your goals using the Smart technique, establishing an emergency fund, prioritizing your goals, targeting your goals, and tracking your progress. June 23 - Starting Your Nest Egg & Ways to Save: Topics discussed, What is investing?, Types of investing, The power of time, the impact of inflation, the relationship between risk and return, and asset allocation June 30 - Estate Planning for Everyone/Wealth Distribution Strategies: Topics discussed, Intestacy, Wills, Trusts, Planning for incapacity, and charitable giving July 7 - Planning for life Events: Topics discussed, life events, college costs, college savings vehicles, retirement calculations, retirement savings vehicles. June 16 - July 7 4 weeks 6-7 p.m. Chris Robbins Tuesdays Fee: $10 each/$30 series Mr. Robbins is a financial advisor with Waddell & Reed.

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ONLINE ENRICHMENT CLASSES http://www.ed2go.com/oakhills

ed2go HOMESCHOOL WITH SUCCESS

ed2go WHAT’S NEW IN MICROSOFT OFFICE 2007 In this course, you’ll learn how to use the new features of Microsoft Office 2007. You’ll get comfortable creating Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, and an Access database. On the surface, MS Office 2007 looks a lot different than previous versions (no more menus or toolbars!), but by learning to understand the dramatically changed, Ribbon-based interface, you’ll quickly get back on the road to productivity. Upcoming start dates for classes: May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19 and Sept. 16. For more information visit www.ed2go.com/oakhills. Barbara Clemens 6 weeks Online anytime Self paced Fee: $89

ed2go MAKING AGE AN ASSET IN YOUR JOB SEARCH This course, based on research and programs developed by AARP, is a guide for older workers looking to make a career change, find employment opportunities, or learn strategies that give them the best chance of getting hired. You’ll discover how you can capitalize on your age and experience as you reposition yourself in today’s workplace. You’ll find out how to use AARP’s exciting new interest and skills-assessment tool, WorkSearch. By the end of the course, you’ll have completed a self-assessment so you’ll know what kind of job is most suited to you, developed a resume and cover letter, and prepared for that all-important interview. Upcoming start dates for classes: May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19 and Sept. 16. For more information visit www.ed2go.com/oakhills. Dr. Linda Gravett 6 weeks Online anytime Self paced Fee: $89

*NO *NO Community Community Education Education Classes Classes July July 33 in in observance observance of of Independence Independence Day Day However, However, online online classes classes NEVER NEVER close!! close!!

Discover what you need to know to homeschool your children successfully. You’ll find out how to research legal requirements, choose the best curriculum, organize your school day, provide great socialization opportunities, and make the most of raising your children. When you finish this course, you’ll have lots of information and guidance to plot your homeschooling course for years to come! Upcoming start dates for classes: May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19 and Sept. 16. For more information visit www. ed2go.com/oakhills. Beverly Schultz 6 weeks Online anytime Self paced Fee: $89

ed2go PHOTOGRAPHING NATURE WITH YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA Jump into the world of nature photography! In this course, you’ll master taking beautiful outdoor photos of everything from landscapes to specific nature items such as water, flowers, trees, animals, and more. Along the way, you’ll learn all about digital camera equipment, telephoto photography, and even macro photography. With plenty of examples and opportunities to share your work, you’ll be shooting breathtaking photos in no time! Upcoming start dates for classes: May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19 and Sept. 16. For more information visit www.ed2go.com/oakhills. Curt Simmons 6 weeks Online anytime Self paced Fee: $89

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GATLIN: ONLINE CAREER TRAINING COURSES !!

NEW ONLINE WORKFORCE TRAINING PROGRAMS These self-paced programs are designed with a team of professionals to provide the most effective web-based learning experience possible. Programs can be completed generally in less than 6 months. Instructors are actively involved in the students’ online learning experience by responding to any questions or concerns as well as encouraging and motivating students to succeed. Each program includes everything needed to succeed (books, lessons, quizzes and assignments)! Grades are a combination of computer-graded tests and the instructor’s evaluation of the students’ work. Students love the quality as well as the convenience of anytime, anywhere learning! For detailed course outlines and demos please visit http://www.gatlineducation.com/oakhills/ ! NEW!

Our on-line career-training certificate programs’ content and materials are provided by Gatlin Education Services—the leader in online certification programs. These programs prepare students for developing expertise in their desired career fields and/or prepare them for industry certification exams. Although each course is self-study, each online course has an instructor assigned to answer student questions and help solve problems. Each program has specific learning outcomes related to industry standards. Students can enroll by calling 451-3595 or if you have technical questions prior to enrolling, contact Gatlin Education Services by emailing support@gatlineducation. com or call 817-870-2870. Our instructor-facilitated courses are available anytime, anywhere. All you need is a web-enabled computer and a desire to learn skills that will prepare you for a new career or update current skill sets. And even though you don’t have to attend class, you won’t be on your own. A team of available online professionals, anytime scheduling, and educational textbooks combine to give you a relevant, interactive learning experience. We offer courses in Healthcare, Business/Legal, Internet/Computer/IT Certification (Microsoft and CompTIA Official Curriculum), Professional/Technical/Design, Construction, and Video Gaming Design and Development. See the partial list below but for a complete listing of all titles, please visit our website at http://www.gatlineducation.com/oakhills/. To register, please see page 15. Healthcare and Fitness Management and Corporate Administrative Dental Assistant (150 Hours) Corporate Governance and Ethics (15 Hours) Administrative Medical Specialist w/ Medical Billing and Coding Management Training (360 Hours) (300 Hours) Non-Profit Management Training (300 Hours) Medical Transcription (240 Hours) Payroll Practice and Management (80 Hours) Personal Fitness Trainer (150 Hours) Pharmacy Technician (240 Hours) Media and Design Veterinary Assistant (240 Hours) Digital Arts Certificate (225 Hours) Business and Professional Administrative Professional with Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (MCAS) (240 Hours) Administrative Professional w/ Microsoft Office Specialist (240 Hours) Certified Bookkeeper (80 Hours) Certified Wedding Planner (300 Hours) Paralegal (225 Hours) IT and Software Development .NET Training (177 Hours) Administrative Professional with Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (MCAS) (240 Hours) Cisco® CCENT® Certification Training (70 Hours) Microsoft Certified System Administrator Plus 2003 (MCSA+) (340 Hours) Microsoft Certified System Engineer 2003 (MCSE) (700 Hours) Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: SQL Server 2005 (MCTS) (480 Hours) Management and Corporate Alternative Dispute Resolution Certificate (180 Hours) Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative (120 Hours) Core Mediation Certificate (60 Hours)

Graphic Design (80 Hours) Interior Design (350 Hours) Video Game Art (300 Hours) Video Game Design and Development (500 Hours) Hospitality and Gaming Casino Baccarat Dealer (75 Hours) Casino Blackjack Dealer (100 Hours) Casino Poker Dealer (100 Hours) Certified Global Business Professional (400 Hours) Certified Wedding Planner (300 Hours) Hospitality and Casino Management (200 Hours) Personal Fitness Trainer (150 Hours) Travel Agent Training (200 Hours) Skilled Trades and Industrial Chemical Plant Operations (400 Hours) English as a Second Language - Global English (Unlimited Hrs) Freight Broker/Agent Training (150 Hours) Home Inspection (200 Hours) HVAC Technician (320 Hours) Modern Automotive Service Technician (380 Hours) Oil Refinery Operations (400 Hours) Paper Mill Operations (400 Hours) Power Plant Operations (400 Hours)

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ONLINE ENRICHMENT CLASSES http://www.ed2go.com/oakhills

Welcome! Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm and supportive communities of learners. It’s no wonder that many long-lasting friendships have formed in our lively and intelligent discussion areas. All courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace period at the end if you fall behind). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any of these courses entirely from your home or office and at any time of the day or night. Two lessons are released each week, so you may catch up even if you start late. Work at your own pace, anytime, anyplace! How to Get Started: 1. Visit our Online Instruction Center at: www.ed2go.com/oakhills 2. Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are interested in and select the Enroll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Most courses are only $89. Here you will enter your e-mail and choose a password that will grant you access to the Classroom. 3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your e-mail and choose the password you selected during enrollment. Start Dates: A new section of every course in this catalog will begin on the 3rd Wed. of each month: May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19 and Sept. 16.. Requirements: All courses require Internet access, e-mail, the Netscape Navigator, or the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browsers. Some courses may have additional requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for more information. ACCOUNTING Accounting Fundamentals (US) Creating a Successful Business Plan Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2007 Introduction to QuickBooks 2007 (US) Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2007 (US) and many more!!! BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY 101 Tips and Tricks for the iMac and Macintosh Introduction to the Internet Introduction to Windows Vista Introduction to Windows XP Keyboarding and many more!!! BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Administrative Assistant Applications Administrative Assistant Fundamentals Building Teams That Work Fundamentals of Supervision and Management and many more!! CHILD CARE & PARENTING Enhancing Language Development in Childhood Guiding Kids on the Internet Ready, Set, Read! Understanding Adolescents Working Successfully With Learning Disabled Students COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Advanced Microsoft Excel 2003 Advanced Microsoft Word 2003 Intermediate Microsoft Access 2003 Intermediate Microsoft Excel 2003

Intermediate Microsoft Word 2003 Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Introduction to Microsoft Project 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Word 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Word 2007 and many more!!! COURSES FOR TEACHING PROFESSIONALS A to Z Grant Writing (US) An Introduction to Teaching ESL/EFL Big Ideas in Little Books Creating Web Pages Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom Enhancing Language Development in Childhood Get Assertive! Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Maximum Student Achievement Guided Reading: Strategies for the Differentiated Classroom Guiding Kids on the Internet Integrating Technology in the K-5 Classroom Leadership Microsoft Excel 2003 in the Classroom Microsoft Excel 2007 in the Classroom Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 in the Classroom Microsoft Word 2003 in the Classroom Microsoft Word 2007 in the Classroom Ready, Set, Read! Solving Classroom Discipline Problems

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Speed Spanish Survival Kit for New Teachers (US) Teaching Math: Grades 4-6 Teaching Science: Grades 4-6 The Classroom Computer The Creative Classroom Understanding Adolescents Using the Internet in the Classroom Working Successfully With Learning Disabled Students DATABASE MANAGEMENT & PROGRAMMING Creating User Requirements Documents High Speed Project Management Introduction to Alice 2.0 Programming Introduction to ASP.NET Introduction to C# Programming Introduction to C++ Programming Introduction to Crystal Reports 10 Introduction to Database Development Introduction to Microsoft Access 2003 Introduction to Microsoft Access 2007 Introduction to Oracle Introduction to Perl Programming Introduction to SQL Introduction to the Game Industry Introduction to Visual Basic .NET Introduction to Visual Basic 2005 and many more!!! DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY & DIGITAL VIDEO Discover Digital Photography Intermediate Photoshop CS3 Introduction to Photoshop CS3 Making Movies with Windows XP Photographing People with your Digital Camera


Photoshop CS2 for the Digital Photographer Photoshop CS3 for the Digital Photographer Photoshop Elements 5.0 for the Digital Photographer Photoshop Elements 5.0 for the Digital Photographer II Photoshop Elements Projects Secrets of Better Photography and many more!!! ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY Breaking Into Sitcom Writing Get Funny! Get Paid to Travel Introduction to the Game Industry Marketing Tools for Actors (US) Music Made Easy Theme Park Engineering GRANT WRITING & NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT

Advanced Grant Proposal Writing (US) Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant (US) Creating Your Own Nonprofit Get Grants! (US) Introduction to Nonprofit Management (US) Marketing Your Nonprofit Wow, What a Great Event! Writing Effective Grant Proposals (US) and many more!!! GRAPHIC DESIGN Design Projects for Adobe Illustrator CS2 Intermediate Photoshop CS3 Introduction to Microsoft Publisher 2003 Introduction to Photoshop CS2 Introduction to Photoshop CS3 Photoshop 7 for the Absolute Beginner Photoshop CS3 for the Digital Photographer Photoshop Elements 5.0 for the Digital Photographer and many more!!! HEALTH CARE, NUTRITION, & FITNESS Assisting Aging Parents (US) Become a Veterinary Assistant Handling Medical Emergencies Human Anatomy and Physiology Introduction to Natural Health and Healing Legal Nurse Consulting (US) Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals Medical Coding (US) Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach Outdoor Survival Techniques and many more!!!

LANGUAGES An Introduction to Teaching ESL/EFL Beginning Braille Transcription (US) Beginning Conversational French Grammar for ESL (US) Instant Italian Speed Spanish Speed Spanish II Speed Spanish III Writing for ESL and many more!!! LAW & LEGAL CAREERS Constitutional Law: Bill of Rights (US) Employment Law Fundamentals (US) Evidence Law (US) Introduction to Criminal Law (US) Introduction to Criminal Law II (US) Legal Nurse Consulting (US) LSAT Preparation - Part 1 (US) LSAT Preparation - Part 2 (US) Paralegal Preparation 1 (US) $ 125.00 (USD) and many more!!! MATH, PHILOSOPHY, & SCIENCE Everyday Math Introduction to Algebra Theme Park Engineering and many more!!! PC TROUBLESHOOTING, NETWORKING, & SECURITY Advanced PC Security Creating a Home Network Creating a Small Office Network Introduction to Networking Introduction to PC Security Introduction to PC Troubleshooting Wireless Networking and many more!!! PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Achieving Success with Difficult People Administrative Assistant Fundamentals Building Teams That Work Communicating Like a Leader Computer Skills for the Workplace Effective Business Writing Everyday Math PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT Become a Veterinary Assistant Building Teams That Work Communicating Like a Leader Get Assertive! Get Funny! Get Paid to Travel Keys to Effective Communication Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search and many more!!! PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Achieving Success with Difficult People Assisting Aging Parents (US)

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Genealogy Basics (US) Goodbye to Shy Wine Appreciation for Beginners Write Your Life Story and many more!!! PERSONAL FINANCE & WEALTH BUILDING Building Wealth (US) Real Estate Investing (US) The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks (US) Where Does All My Money Go? (US) and many more!!! SALES & MARKETING Business and Marketing Writing Principles of Sales Management Professional Sales Skills and many more!!! START YOUR OWN BUSINESS Beginning Braille Transcription (US) Secrets of the Caterer Starting a Consulting Practice (US) and many more!!! TEST PREP GED Preparation (US) GMAT Preparation (US) LSAT Preparation - Part 1 (US) SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 1 SAT/ACT Preparation - Part 2 and many more!!! WEB & COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Introduction to Alice 2.0 Programming Introduction to Visual Basic .NET and many more!!! WEB GRAPHICS & MULTIMEDIA Creating Web Graphics w/Photoshop CS3 Drawing for the Absolute Beginner Imaging for the Web w/Fireworks MX 2004 Introduction to Flash 8 and many more!!! WEB PAGE DESIGN Creating Web Pages Designing Effective Websites Introduction to CSS and XHTML Introduction to Dreamweaver 8 and many more!!! WRITING & PUBLISHING Advanced Fiction Writing Forensic Science for Writers and many more!!!


MAIL, FAX, PHONE, WALKIN, ONLINE!!!

FIVE EASY WAYS TO REGISTER

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

WITHDRAWAL/REFUNDS: Please report to the Community Education Of-

CANCELLATION: Oak Hills Community Education reserves the right to

fice IN PERSON if you wish to withdraw from a program by the end of the first class session. A refund, less a $5 registration fee, will be given. We regret that NO REFUNDS will be made for withdrawals after the first class meeting. All cash or credit card refunds will be mailed within 4 weeks or immediate credit to your charge account.

cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment, and you will be notified by phone if that occurs. You will be given an opportunity to transfer to another class, receive a credit towards another class, or receive a full refund of fees within 4 weeks.

CONFIRMATION: Mailed or faxed registrations will be confirmed by phone as quickly as possible. Please plan to attend the class for which you are registered unless you hear otherwise from the Community Education Office. Please make note of the beginning date and time of the class.

RESIDENT/NON-RESIDENT: People who live within the Oak Hills School District pay taxes to the school district. The additional $5 non-resident fee is intended to apportion to non-residents an equalized fee so that they contribute to the overall financing of the Community Education program.

PAYMENT OF FEES:

Class fees are payable in full at the TIME OF REGISTRATION. You may not attend class until fees are paid. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: OAK HILLS SCHOOLS. Please include fee payment with this enrollment form.

• MAIL: Complete the registration form and mail it with your check, money order or charge card information to Oak Hills Community Education, 3200 Ebenezer Road, Cincinnati, OH 45248. Checks should be made payable to Oak Hills Board of Education. Registration begins May 20, 2009 for all classes. • FAX: Complete the registration form and fax it with your charge card information to Oak Hills Community Education, Fax. number, 922-4900. VISA or MASTER CARD registrations only! • TELEPHONE: Please call the Community Education Office at 451-3595 between 3:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Mondays-Thursdays, and between 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. on Fridays, beginning May 20, 2009. Please have your VISA or MASTER CARD number ready when you call. Payment is due at time of registration. • WALK-IN: Visit the Oak Hills Community Education Office in Oak Hills High School off of the main lobby between 3:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Mondays-Thursdays, and between 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. on Fridays, beginning May 20, 2009. • ONLINE: Visit our partner site to register for any classes at https://www.gsinet.org/partners/Oak/ (except ed2go classes).

TODAY’S DATE ________________ PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY

OFFICE USE ONLY: CLASS LIST ______

THE OAK HILLS COMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAM IS SELF-SUPPORTING.

OAK HILLS COMMUNITY EDUCATION REGISTRATION FORM Send Form to: Oak Hills Community Education, 3200 Ebenezer Road, Cincinnati, OH 45248 UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, ALL CLASSES ARE HELD AT OAK HILLS HIGH SCHOOL

Registrant’s Name _________________________________________________________ Phone _______________ (First)

(Last)

(Home)

Address __________________________________________________________________ Phone _______________ (No. & Street) Office Use

Class No. and Class Name

(City)

Section (If given)

(Zip)

(Work or Cell)

Student Name

Cost

Fee (if applicable)

Resident ____ Non-Resident ____ (Non-Resident Fee $5.00)

TOTAL

Email Address (optional - to be notified of class information):______________________________________________________________________ (PLEASE print clearly) By registering, the student hereby covenants and agrees that in consideration of the sponsorship of Community Education classes by Oak Hills Board of Education, and in consideration of covenants and agreements of other persons similarly made; I hereby waive and discharge any and all claims, rights of action, demands or liabilities of whatever nature against the above named Oak Hills School District and/or employees of said Oak Hills School District, and/or Oak Hills Board of Education, for any injuries or damages which I may suffer, directly or indirectly, as a result of the sponsorship of said Community Education classes by said Oak Hills Board of Education. CIRCLE: Cash CK Cr. Card No.________________________________________________________ Exp. Date_________ Security Code #_______ (Check No ____________)

(Master Card or Visa only)

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NEW CLASSES FOR SUMMER 2009 CREATIVE WRITING FITKIDS WATERCOLOR PAINTING WORKSHOP WHALES, SHARKS, AND DOLPHINS

FINANCIAL STRATEGIES SEMINARS ZOO BABIES WILDLIFE ILLUSTRATION TWELVE STEPS TO A SUCCESSFUL JOB SEARCH

GATLIN CAREER TRAINING COURSES NEW ED2GO速 ONLINE ENRICHMENT CLASSES

STOCKS, BONDS, AND INVESTING: OH, MY!

Community Education Summer Office Hours (Located in Oak Hills High School): Through June 5th: Monday - Wednesday 3-7:30 p.m., Thursday 3:30-7:30 p.m., Friday 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Beginning June 8th: Monday - Friday, 9-11 a.m.

This is our last print brochure! In the future, visit us online at www.oakhills.k12.oh.us

Oak Hills Community Education Oak Hills Local School District 3200 Ebenezer Road Cincinnati, OH 45248

http://www.cincinnati.com/sponsors/pdf/OH_Proof  

http://www.cincinnati.com/sponsors/pdf/OH_Proof.pdf

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