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EVENTS AND CONTENTS

Bridges To Jobs

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Family Literacy Night FREMONT ADULT and CONTINUING EDUCATION Presents

Support and Training Class Bridges to Jobs is a career preparation program that offers job acquisition skills training that has helped many people excel in their interview and obtain employment. Our sixth annual Job Acquisitions Workshop will be held on Saturday, September 7, 2013. Doors open at 8:30 am for registration and networking. Workshops begin at 9:00 am. Lunch provided by Bridges to Jobs from 12:00 pm-1:00 pm. Workshop reconvenes from 1:00 pm-3:30 pm. Online registration will be available at bridgestojobs.org on August 1, 2013. For more information contact us at bridgestojobs@yahoo.com. Class is on-going and meets SATURDAYS 9:30 am—11:30 am Centerville Presbyterian Church Campus Room E201 4360 Central Avenue, Fremont, CA

For further information, visit http://bridgestojobs.org

FAMILY LITERACY NIGHT This FREE educational event is for Parents and their children in Pre-School through 3rd Grade. SAVE THE DATE! When: Wednesday, 10/16/13 Where: Fremont Adult and Continuing Education’s Multi-Purpose Room Time: 6:30-8:00 PM Activities: Story Teller, Book-Related Crafts for the Children **Space is limited to the first 200 families who reply by 10/1/13.** To reply by email, contact Rochelle Oral at roral@fremont.k12.ca.us To reply by phone, call 510.793.2240 and ask for Susan. Please tell us how many children you will be bringing.

2013-2014 FALL/WINTER CALENDAR OF EVENTS First Day for Fall Session Community Interest Classes ................................. September 3 First Day for Fall Quarter Academic Programs .......................................... September 9 First Day for Fall Quarter ESL and Adults with Special Needs Programs ............. September 9 First Day for Fall Parent Education Classes .............................................. September 9 Veterans Day .................................................................................November 11 Thanksgiving Break...................................................................... November 25-29 Instruction Resumes ......................................................................... December 2 Winter Break ................................................................... December 23—January 3 Instruction Resumes ............................................................................ January 6 Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday .............................................................. January 20 Presidents’ Day ............................................................................... February 17 *NOTE: Final course offerings are contingent upon state budget.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Academic Programs ........................ 3-4 English As a Second Language ............... 5 Distance Learning ............................ .6 Family Literacy Program .................... .7 Adults with Special Needs ................... 8 Allied Health Careers ......................... 9 Community Interest Classes Accounting ................................... 10 Art ............................................. 10 Computer Education .................... 11-14

Cooking ................................. 14 CPR/First Aid .......................... 15 Dance ............................... 15-16 Financial ................................ 16 Health & Fitness ................... 17-18 Languages .......................... 18-19 Music .................................... 19 Special Interest ........................ 19 Traffic School .......................... 20 Registration Form ..................... 21 Child Development and Guidance ... 22

For further information regarding our Employment Development Courses call 510.793.6465 or visit our website at www.face.edu Visit www.face.edu for more information.


GENERAL INFORMATION

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FREMONT ADULT and CONTINUING EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION/MAIN CAMPUS 4700 Calaveras Avenue, Fremont, CA 94538-1124 Phone: 510.793.6465 Fax: 510.793.2271 Web Address: www.face.edu Main Office Hours: M-TH 8:30 am-9:00 pm Friday 8:30 am-4:00 pm FALL/WINTER 2013-2014 MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT

Dear Community Members, On behalf of the Fremont Unified School District, I encourage you to learn about a community treasure called Fremont Adult and Continuing Education (FACE). Adult education programs are designed to improve the lives of Fremont citizens. The classes offered through FACE enrich and broaden the horizons of students and the community. Throughout the years, thousands of Fremont community members have benefitted from adult education programs. Whether you’re looking through this brochure to improve your basic English skills, complete your GED, prepare for a career change, or looking for ways to develop personal interests, FACE is the place for you! Welcome to Fremont Adult and Continuing Education. Sincerely, James Morris, Ed.D. Superintendent

FALL/WINTER 2013-2014 MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

The 2002 GED Closeout is Coming! The current 2002 version of the GED will “Closeout” on December 31, 2013. After that date, old partial GED test scores will no longer be valid, and everyone will have to start over. We have added additional test dates to our GED schedule to help meet the anticipated demand, but please don’t wait until the last minute to register and take your tests. The 2014 version of the GED test will become available on January 1, 2014, as a computer-based examination. You can’t take it online at home! You must go to an approved Pearson VUE testing center. Fremont Adult and Continuing Education will be offering the new computer-based exam as an approved Pearson VUE test center. For more information, please see page 4 of this brochure. Many thanks to our Community, School Board, District Leadership, Legislators, and Governor for recognizing the value of a full-service adult school to the academic, personal, and economic health of our community. The recently passed State budget provides hope for a brighter future for all levels of education in California. My staff and I look forward to providing you with more services and course options. Please, if you don’t find the course that you want in this brochure, contact us. We will do our best to help you be a Lifelong Learner! Sincerely, Steve Giudici, Principal 2 Visit www.face.edu for more information.


ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

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FALL QUARTER: SEPTEMBER 9, 2013 through NOVEMBER 21, 2013 WINTER QUARTER: DECEMBER 2, 2013 through FEBRUARY 27, 2014 Academics The adult school offers programs in Adult Basic Skills, Test Preparation, and High School Diploma. Classroom instruction, Independent Study, and Test Preparation classes are offered on the Main Campus. Academic Advisement, Orientation and Registration sessions are held regularly. Please call (510) 793-6469 to reserve a place in the next registration session. A $30 quarterly materials fee allows registration in multiple a.m. and/or p.m. classes. Photo identification required to register.

ADULT BASIC SKILLS PROGRAM Improve your basic math, English and reading skills to prepare for the GED or high school credit classes. Mornings 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon and Evenings 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA CLASSROOM PROGRAM Classes are scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. Students enroll on a quarterly basis. All students in each class study the same material. No homework is assigned. All courses satisfy high school graduation requirements. This is a good option for those who appreciate the extra support and structure of a traditional classroom.

HIGH SCHOOL LEARNING CENTER This is a self-paced learning environment where students may complete coursework to fulfill graduation requirements. The lab is open Monday through Thursday mornings from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. and evenings from 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

ADULT INDEPENDENT STUDY To help students who cannot attend our regularly scheduled classes or the High School Learning Center, Fremont Adult and Continuing Education has a Distance Learning (DL) option. This option involves meeting weekly or bi-weekly with an instructor for support and testing while completing the coursework (reading, video, computer software and written assignments) independently at home. This is a good option for highly motivated students with the appropriate reading/skill levels. Enrollment in this option is very limited due to recent budget reduction and must be approved by an administrator. Independent Study intake is by appointment only. High School Diploma Requirements

Part 2: Pass California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)

Part 1: Complete 190.5 Semester Units

Semester Unit Credits Algebra 10 Arts/Foreign Language 10 Career Decision Making 5 Computer Applications 5 Government 5 Economics 5 Electives 45 English 40 First Aid 0.5 Mathematics 20 Psychology 5 Science 20 U.S. History 10 World History 10 TOTAL

190.5

California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) Students are required to pass the CAHSEE as a condition of graduation. The test is comprised of two parts: EnglishLanguage Arts and Mathematics. The test is free to adults enrolled in classes at Fremont Adult and Continuing Education. The Academic Department offers study and preparation materials in the High School Learning Center. CAHSEE Test Dates English-Language Arts

Mathematics

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 Tuesday, November 5, 2013 Saturday, December 7, 2013 Tuesday, February 4, 2014 Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Wednesday, July 24, 2013 Wednesday, November 6, 2013 Saturday, December 14, 2013 Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Wednesday, May 14, 2014

CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT Concurrent high school seniors are allowed to enroll in the late afternoon (3:40 p.m. to 6:50 p.m. class periods) for credit recovery only. The concurrent enrollment process is initiated through the senior’s high school counselor who will identify appropriate classes for credit recovery and assist in completing the permission form. Students bring their completed permission form to the adult school where they will complete the registration process and receive a schedule.

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

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TEST PREPARATION CLASS BE PREPARED AND CONFIDENT FOR YOUR TEST! THIS IS AN OPEN-ENTRY CLASS NEW STUDENTS MAY START EACH WEEK!

Class Hours Early Afternoon Late Afternoons/Evenings

Monday-Thursday Monday-Thursday

12:15 PM - 3:15 PM 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The materials, software and instruction provided in this open-entry lab will help you prepare for the GED®, CAHSEE, ASVAB, CHSPE, CBEST, and other qualifying or placement examinations. New students are assessed and counseled at entry to develop a personalized plan that addresses their academic needs and goals. Since instruction and curriculum are self-paced, attendance is more flexible than a conventional classroom. Afternoon/evening students may arrive at the time most convenient to their schedule. Materials fee is $30 per quarter and allows attendance in both sections. Receive a $30.00 reduction from your GED® testing fee, when your instructor recommends testing readiness through December 12, 2013 ONLY!

WE ARE A GED® TESTING CENTER! Test includes: Writing Skills and Essay, Mathematics, Reading, Science and Social Studies. 12:30 PM-5:00 PM on Tuesdays and Wednesdays August 26, 27, 28, and 29, 2013 September 23, 24, 25, and 26, 2013 October 14, 15, 16, and 17, 2013

November December

4, 5, 6, and 7, 2013 9, 10,11, and 12, 2013

(Please contact the Adult School at 510-793-6465 for future GED Testing Dates. Check our website www.face.edu/domain/170 for computer based GED options.)

More dates have been added because of the GED 2002 closeout on December 31, 2013.

We will be transitioning to Pearson VUE testing in January 2014. For more information visit www.gedtestingservice.com/finishtheged/ or www.face.edu/domain/170 Pre-registration is required 

State of California specifies one must be at least 17 years and 10 months of age to be eligible to take the GED®.

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You must pre-register for all tests before exam day as seating is limited.

Please plan to spend at least 30 minutes for registration and the pre-test survey.

A valid Driver’s License or other current Government photo ID and full payment of $150 are required at registration.

FEE=$150, Cash or Credit Card Only Discover, Visa, and MasterCard is accepted NO REFUNDS State Fee Scoring Fee National Assessment Fee GED® Test Battery Total

Re-test Fee (per test) No Show Fee Change of Name/Address Fee for Diploma Reprint Bubble Error Correction

$ 20 $ 20 $ 10 $100 $150

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$20 $10 $20 $25 $20


ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

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English as a Second Language and Citizenship

FALL Quarter: September 9, 2013 to December 20, 2013 WINTER Quarter: January 6, 2013 to March 28, 2014

(No Classes: November 11, 25-30; December 23-January 4, 20; February 14-17.)

Literacy, Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Classes Offered ESL classes teach grammar, vocabulary, reading, writing, listening, speaking, and life skills to non-English speaking adults. English Language Civic lessons and computer skills are also taught as part of the curriculum. Special Interest Classes focus on special aspects of English, such as Listening and Speaking, American Pronunciation, Grammar, Vocabulary, Writing, etc,. We offer a wide variety of days and times to suit your needs. Day and evening ESL Core classes: Special Interest ESL classes: ESL Distance Learning: Citizenship: Family Literacy Classes:

$25—$40 per quarter $40—$80 per quarter $20 per quarter $30 per session $20 per quarter

We have RosettaStone® Total software in our ESL Computer Lab! Now offering a free drop-in computer lab for registered ESL students. Come learn all five levels from beginning to advanced at your own pace! For the detailed schedule of classes, go to www.face.edu under Departments English as a Second Language.

Registration/Orientation/Placement Testing

Sessions are held monthly. New students are asked to bring photo I.D. and $15 for testing/orientation fee. This session lasts 2-3 hours. UPCOMING REGISTRATION DATES: Wednesday, September 4, 2013 Saturday, September 7, 2013 Monday, September 9, 2013 Saturday, October 19, 2013 Monday, October 21, 2013 Monday, December 9, 2013 Saturday, December 14, 2013 Monday, January 6, 2013 Saturday, February 8, 2014 Monday, February 10, 2014 Monday, March 17, 2014 Saturday, March 22, 2014

6:30 pm 8:30 am 8:30 am and 6:30 pm 8:30 am 6:30 pm 6:30 pm 8:30 am 8:30 am and 6:30 pm 8:30 am 6:30 pm 6:30 pm 8:30 am

CITIZENSHIP Learn about the American government and the U.S. Constitution and History to prepare for the Citizenship Interview Test. CLASS DATES: Fall Quarter 2013

Winter Session 2014

Sept 17 — Oct 17, 2013 T/W/TH 12:30 pm—3:00 pm Oct 15 — Nov 14, 2013 T/W/TH 7:00 pm—9:30 pm

Jan 14 — Feb 13, 2014 T/W/TH 12:30 pm—3:00 pm Feb 11 — Mar 13, 2014 T/W/TH 7:00 pm—9:30 pm 5 Visit www.face.edu for detailed information


DISTANCE LEARNING

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Distance Learning Study-ESL-at-Home Do you want to learn English? Can’t come to class? Join the Study-ESL-atHome program at Fremont Adult and Continuing Education! Meet with an experienced ESL teacher 2-4 times a month to check your progress, take tests, and get new assignments. We offer: online courses, DVDs, CDs, and workbooks. Improve your English skills in grammar, writing, vocabulary, reading, and listening. Learn English at your own pace with study-at-home materials for all ESL levels. DVD/workbook refundable deposit is $20. Some workbooks are available for purchase. iPads in Distance Learning! Use an iPad to practice ESL lessons in the classroom.

Now offering Distance Learning Online Courses!

We are offering Distance Learning online courses for beginning to advanced ESL students. Courses include: -USA Learns 1 (Beginning) – This course uses an online classroom-based teaching video. -USA Learns 2 (Intermediate) – This course uses video stories with short writing activities. -USA Learns Practice English & Reading (Intermediate - Advanced) – This course has readings based on real life situations. Each story contains reading, vocabulary development, comprehension questions and a writing prompt. -Putting English to Work 2 (Intermediate) – Workbook Series, DVD, and online dictations. -Contact USA (Advanced) – Book and online course. This vocabulary textbook presents readings that offer cross-cultural perspectives and topics such as cities, food, culture shock, retirement, equality, racial issues, taxes, and freedom of religion. Online dictations for listening and speaking are available. -Advanced ESL Moodle Course (Advanced) This online course has activities which include listening, reading, writing, vocabulary development, and grammar practice. -College Transition and Career Development Moodle Course (Advanced) This online course has activities that covers success in writing, success in school and the basics of getting a job. Registration is $20. Contact Sharon Ram at sram@fremont.k12.ca.us for registration dates, fees, and more information or visit the Distance Learning webpage at www.face.edu under Resources. 6 Visit www.face.edu for detailed information


FAMILY CBET LITERACY PROGRAM

CBET

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FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAM ESL CLASSES Do you want to learn English as a Second Language (ESL)? Do you want to help your child in school? Do you want to help your child with reading, homework, and tests? Is your child a student in Fremont Unified School District? Register for a Multi-Level Family Literacy Program/ESL Class for Adults! We have many locations in Fremont to serve you. American High School/313 M/W Ardenwood Elementary School/20 M/W Blacow Elementary School/15* T/TH Brier Elementary School/1* M/W Durham Elementary School/8 M/W Grimmer Elementary School/31 T/TH Irvington High School (IHS)/21 SAT (IHS Saturday class will begin September 7, 2013.) Vallejo Mill Elementary School/Library T/TH **United SIKHS Center-will begin Sept. 7, 2013 39126 State Street, Fremont 510.999.7726

SAT

6:30 8:30 8:30 6:30 6:30 6:30 9:00

pm— 9:00 pm am—11:30 am am—11:30 am pm— 9:00 pm pm— 9:00 pm pm— 9:00 pm am— 1:00 pm

6:30 pm— 9:00 pm 9:00 am— 1:00 pm

**The United SIKHS Center provides its own babysitting. Babysitting is not provided by the Family Literacy Program at this location.

*Free babysitting provided by Fremont Adult and Continuing Education at FUSD locations. Children must be 18 months to 11 years. Proof of immunization is required. Babysitting may be cancelled due to low enrollment. Please call 510-793-2240 to make sure babysitting is still available at the school you want to attend. Additional locations may be added during the school year. For more information, please contact 510-793-2240, ask for Susan or email Rochelle: roral@fremont.k12.ca.us.

Classes are scheduled FALL Quarter: September 16, 2013—December 21 , 2013 WINTER Quarter: January 6, 2014—April 17, 2014 Registration fee $20.00 per quarter Please contact 510.793.2240 for more information No Classes: November 11 and 25—29, December 23—January 3 and 30

Join a Class Anytime! Register/Pay in Class. $20 Fee-Cash Only Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment.

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ADULTS ADULTS WITH WITH SPECIAL SPECIAL NEEDS NEEDS

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Noll Adult Center, 4700 Calaveras Avenue, Fremont, CA 94538 All course offerings are subject to change due to budget restrictions.

Office Hours Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. — 3:00 p.m. This program offers life skills instruction for developmentally disabled adults. We teach skills that enable individuals to function independently and socially in our community. Our approach affirms the dignity of students and their right to independence, self esteem, and respect. Curriculum Includes: Job Skills Preparation in the areas of: Computer Skills, Cooking, Gardening/Landscaping, and Recycling. Students participate in Community Outings, study Current Events and engage in Personal Fitness activities.

Our Adults with Special Needs Program is partially funded by donations through the Fremont Education Foundation! Interested in donating to the program? Contact Fremont Adult and Continuing Education at (510) 793-6465, x29511.

Classes begin September 9, 2013 for the 2013-2014 School Year

FEES: $225 Annually. Monthly payment plan available. (Fees subject to change due to budget) To Register: Please call the office at 510.793.6465, x29511 or x29505 for registration information and to schedule a tour of our facility. 8 Visit www.face.edu for detailed information.


GENERAL INFORMATION ALLIED HEALTH CAREERS

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ALLIED HEALTH CAREERS Fremont Adult and Continuing Education will continue their partnership with Boston Reed. For more than 20 years, Boston Reed in partnership with educational institutions has offered affordable healthcare programs for the busy adult, designed to get students working fast. Through 2014, the fastest-growing jobs in the U.S. will be in healthcare, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. No degree is required to complete any of the Boston Reed programs. Classes cost up to 75 percent less and take half the time. The following Allied Health programs will be available: Clinical Medical Assistant—Assist the physician with procedures, caring for patients, performing simple laboratory tests and administering medications. A Clinical Medical Assistant can pursue employment as a healthcare professional in a physician's office or clinical setting. This course provides an excellent training opportunity for anyone with a desire to work in the thriving healthcare field helping people. Total hours required for course: 134 hours (including 42 hours online training) and 160 externship hours offered at health care facilities throughout the City of Fremont. September 3, 2013—December 17, 2013—No class: October 13, November 26 and 28. Classes held Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00 am — 12:30 pm Fee: $2895, FACE/Room 31 Pharmacy Technician—The Pharmacy Technician training program will prepare you to work in a retail pharmacy and help you pass a national certification exam. The program combines 182 hours of classroom instruction with a 120-hour pharmacy externship to give you on-the-job experience (externship hours vary by state). Over the course of six months you will gain exposure to the preparation of medications, maintaining client records, assisting with inventory control, purchasing, collecting payments, coordinating billing, and much more. September 4, 2013—March 3, 2014—No class: October 14; November 11, 25, 27; December 23, 25, 30; January 1, 20; and February 17. Classes held Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30 pm — 4:00 pm Fee: $2895, FACE/Room 31 Phlebotomy—The Phlebotomy training program will prepare you to draw blood samples from patients in a clinical laboratory or public health setting and prepares you for a national certification exam. The program combines 64 hours of classroom instruction with a 40-hour phlebotomy externship to provide you with practical experience (Externship hours vary by state). Over the course of four months, you will gain exposure to on-the-job duties that include drawing blood samples from patients, producing quality laboratory results, gaining the trust and confidence of patients, and much more. September 4, 2013—November 6, 2013 Classes held Wednesdays and Fridays 5:00 pm — 8:30 pm Fee: $2895, FACE/Room 31

New Online Programs Now Available Electronic Health Records Specialist Billing and Coding Specialist ICD-10 Skills upgrade

$1695.00 $1695.00 $1095.00

For information, financial assistance options, registration and to sign up for a FREE online information session please contact: Boston Reed at 800-201-1141 or visit website at: www.BostonReed.com 9 Pre-registration is required 3 days in advance for all classes.

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COMMUNITY INTEREST

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The Community Interest Registration Form is on page 21 or on-line at www.face.edu.

Accounting

Art Art Workshop

Account Clerk, Part 2 of 3

Employment Development Course: In Part 2, we continue learning the fundamentals of accounting including how Financial Statements are generated. We learn how a trial balance is used with a worksheet to make adjusting entries, and doing the closing entries to close off an accounting period. We discover how net income is posted to the Balance Sheet and how the Income Statement accounts are closed for the period to make them ready for new transactions to be posted in the next period. Payroll Accounting is also covered, including the postings of both employee and employer related transactions. We will start using QuickBooks Pro 2007 to see how accounting is done using modern accounting software, starting with postings done to the Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable registers. 8 mtgs 224901

T $156

6:30-9:45 pm FACE/9

9/3-10/22 Latif

8 mtgs 224902

TH $156

6:30-9:45 pm FACE/9

9/5-10/24 Latif

7 mtgs 224903

T $137

6:30-9:45 pm FACE/9

3/4-4/15 Latif

7 mtgs 224904

TH $137

6:30-9:45 pm FACE/9

3/6-4/17 Latif

Account Clerk, Part 3 of 3

Employment Development Course: In Part 3, we continue to use QuickBooks Pro which is the most popular small business accounting software utilized by over 4 million small businesses. We learn how to do bank reconciliations and online banking and how to create a company file from scratch in QuickBooks. Using QuickBooks we will do payroll, including using the payroll liabilities accounts to capture payroll deductions such as Federal and State Taxes, Social Security and Medicare deductions and employer taxes related to payroll. Finally, we learn about cost of goods sold and maintaining inventory accounts. We post transactions related to all of these accounts and learn how they affect the books. 7 mtgs T 6:30-9:45 pm 10/29-12/17 225001 $137 FACE/9 Latif No class November 26 7 mtgs TH 6:30-9:45 pm 225002 $137 FACE/9 No class November 28

10/31-12/19 Latif

Account Clerk, Part 1 of 3

Employment Development Course: Part 1 of the Accounting Clerk Certificate program is an introduction to accounting. We learn about the fundamentals of accounting including how to start a company file and make the initial entries. The main focus of the Accounting Clerk program is the teaching of skills necessary in accounting functions such as Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and Payroll. We learn about the Balance Sheet and Income Statements accounts are structured and how postings to these accounts affect the books. The Debit and Credit system of double entry accounting is introduced and implemented to make journal entries business transactions and post them to the General Ledger. We also discover banking and cash control systems, and reconciliation of bank accounts. Book is required and will be discussed at first class meeting. 8 mtgs 224801

T $156

6:30-9:45 pm FACE/9

1/7-2/25 Latif

8 mtgs 224802

TH $156

6:30-9:45 pm FACE/9

1/9-2/27 Latif

Painting and drawing with watercolor, oils, acrylics, or pencil. Relaxed pace, all levels welcome! 6 mtgs 200300

W $108

6:00-9:00 pm FACE/30

9/4-10/9 Benoit

6 mtgs 200301

W $108

6:00-9:00 pm FACE/30

10/16-11/20 Benoit

6 mtgs W 6:00-9:00 pm 200302 $108 FACE/30 No class December 25—January 1

12/4-1/22 Benoit

6 mtgs 200303

W $108

6:00-9:00 pm FACE/30

1/29-3/5 Benoit

6 mtgs 200304

W $108

6:00-9:00 pm FACE/30

3/12-4/16 Benoit

Discover Watercolor and Acrylic Painting

For beginners and seasoned artists. Explore the beauty and transparency of watercolor and richness of acrylics. Drawing included. 6 mtgs 215000

T $108

9:00-12:00 pm FACE/30

9/3-10/8 Benoit

6 mtgs 215001

T $108

9:00-12:00 pm FACE/30

10/15-11/19 Benoit

6 mtgs T 9:00-12:00 pm 215002 $108 FACE/30 No class December 24—31

12/3-1/21 Benoit

6 mtgs 215003

T $108

9:00-12:00 pm FACE/30

1/28-3/4 Benoit

6 mtgs 215004

T $108

9:00-12:00 pm FACE/30

3/11-4/15 Benoit

Mosaics

Students learn about color and all types of techniques. Create a beautiful art piece. $10 material fee to be paid to the instructor first day of class. 6 mtgs 200200

F $54

1:00-2:30 pm FACE/30

9/6-10/11 Grudsky

6 mtgs 200201

F $54

1:00-2:30 pm FACE/30

10/18-11/22 Grudsky

6 mtgs F 1:00-2:30 pm 200202 $54 FACE/30 No class December 27—January 3

12/6-1/24 Grudsky

5 mtgs F 1:00-2:30 pm 200203 $45 FACE/30 No class February 14

1/31-3/7 Grudsky

5 mtgs 200204

F $45

1:00-2:30 pm FACE/30

3/14-4/11 Grudsky

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COMMUNITY INTEREST

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The Community Interest Registration Form is on page 21 or on-line at www.face.edu.

Computer Education

Adobe Photoshop Elements 1

Prerequisite: An initial computer skills course (offered at Fremont Adult School). Introduction to software that allows you to process the Basic Computing & Word pictures you have captured (taken), scanned or Processing received online. We will be proceeding at a rate that Employee Development Program: permits the class to observe, exercise and recognize This comprehensive class is designed for those who the tools and when they can be used and when they wish to develop basic computing and word processing may be needed. skills needed in the workplace. The class covers the M/W 10:30-12:00 pm 9/4-9/25 basic skills required to use Word 2010 and Google Docs 7 mtgs $63 FACE/9 Champion through the advanced features needed to enhance 251501 productivity, develop more vibrant documents and 8 mtgs T/TH 12:00-1:30 pm 12/3-1/9 improve skills. 251502 $72 FACE/9 Champion 43 mtgs M-TH 10:00-11:30 am 062001 $150 FACE/10 No class November 11

9/9-11/21 Bauchou

42 mtgs M-TH 8:30-10:00 am 12/2-2/27 062004 $150 FACE/10 Bauchou No class December 23—January 3, 20, and February 17 47 mtgs M-TH 10:00-11:30 am 062007 $150 FACE/10 No class April 18—25 and May 26

3/3-5/29 Bauchou

Presentations/Publications Employee Development Program: This comprehensive class is designed for those who wish to develop presentation skills needed in the workplace. The course covers how to create a presentation using PowerPoint 2010 and other cloudbased presentation tools including, Google Docs, Prezi, SlideRocket and Popplet! In addition, you will learn how to create professional publications using Microsoft Publisher. 43 mtgs M-TH 11:30-1:00 pm 062002 $150 FACE/10 No class November 11

9/9-11/21 Bauchou

42 mtgs M-TH 11:30-1:00 pm 12/2-2/27 062005 $150 FACE/10 Bauchou No class December 23—January 3, 20, and February 17 47 mtgs M-TH 11:30-1:00 pm 062008 $150 FACE/10 No class April 18—25 and May 26

3/3-5/29 Bauchou

Spreadsheets: Excel and more Employee Development Program: This comprehensive class is designed for those who wish to develop spreadsheet skills needed in the workplace. The class covers the basic skills required to use Excel 2010 and Google Docs through the more complex features including writing functions and performing data analysis. 43 mtgs M-TH 8:30-10:00 am 062003 $150 FACE/10 No class November 11

9/9-11/21 Bauchou

42 mtgs M-TH 10:00-11:30 am 12/2-2/27 062006 $150 FACE/10 Bauchou No class December 23—January 3, 20, and February 17 47 mtgs M-TH 8:30-10:00 am 062009 $150 FACE/10 No class April 18—25 and May 26

3/3-5/29 Bauchou

No class December 24—January 2

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2

Prerequisite: An initial computer skills course (offered at Fremont Adult & Continuing Education). Increase the skills acquired for Photoshop Elements. Overexposure? Underexposure? Learn how to repair your pictures and use them or others to develop fascinating creations that are limited to your imagination. Update older photographs or generate new ones. Save by doing the work yourself and having it done your way. 8 mtgs 251601

M/W $72

10:30-12:00 pm FACE/9

8 mtgs 251602

T/TH 12:00-1:30 pm $72 FACE/9

9/30-10/23 Champion 1/14-2/6 Champion

Basic Computing

Prerequisite: The desire to increase your computer skills and to enroll in further computer classes at Fremont Adult & Continuing Education. Become familiar with the skills needed to understand and advance in many of the various ‘Personal Computer’ (PC), classes offered at this school and for using a home computer more effectively. Activities addressed will be: keyboarding, mouse operation, logging in at FAS, using Windows, Windows Explore, making folders, and more ... 7 mtgs 207201

M/W $63

12:00-1:30 pm FACE/9

8 mtgs 207202

M/W $72

6:00-7:30 pm FACE/10

7 mtgs M/W 9:00-10:30 am 207203 $63 FACE/9 No class November 11 6 mtgs 207204

M/W $32

1:00-2:45 pm FACE/9

8 mtgs T/TH 9:00-10:30 am 207205 $72 FACE/9 No class December 24—January 2 7 mtgs M/W 6:00-8:00 pm 207206 $84 FACE/9 No class January 20

9/4-9/25 Champion 9/30-10/23 Champion 10/28-11/20 Champion 12/2-12/18 Bauchou 12/3-1/9 Champion 1/13-2/5 Bauchou

8 mtgs 207207

T/TH 10:30-12:00 pm $72 FACE/9

1/14-2/6 Champion

8 mtgs 207208

T/TH 1:00-2:45 pm $42 FACE/9

8 mtgs 207209

M/W $72

9:00-10:30 am FACE/9

3/10-4/2 Champion

8 mtgs 207210

M/W $72

6:00-7:30 pm FACE/9

3/10-4/2 Champion

2/4-2/27 Bauchou

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Excel Level 2

Computer Education

Build on the basic skills and concepts learned in Excel Level 1. Learn features, techniques and procedures that expedite Excel spreadsheet preparation.

(continued)

Create a Photobook

Want to make use of all those photos you have? Design and publish your memories using a web-based application. You will pick which shots to include, choose layouts, place photos, add captions and other type, and finally, submit the finished product for print. 7 mtgs 208801

M/W $37

1:00-2:45 pm FACE/10

9/4-9/25 Bauchou

7 mtgs M/W 1:00-2:45 pm 208802 $37 FACE/10 No class February 17

2/3-2/26 Bauchou

Digital Camera 1

8 mtgs 252006

M/W $72

9:00-10:30-am FACE/9

9/30-10/23 Champion

8 mtgs 252007

M/W $96

6:00-8:00 pm FACE/10

9/30-10/23 Bauchou

8 mtgs M/W 6:00-8:00 pm 252008 $96 FACE/9 No class December 23—January 1

12/2-1/8 Bauchou

7 mtgs M/W 9:00-10:30 am 252009 $63 FACE/9 No class February 17

2/10-3/5 Champion

7 mtgs M/W 6:00-7:30 pm 252010 $63 FACE/9 No class February 17

2/10-3/5 Champion

Prerequisite: The desire to learn about digital cameras. If you have one, learn how to operate yours (bring your operator’s manual!!). If you don’t have a digital camera, you will become knowledgeable as you shop for one. Subjects covered: How they work, how yours works, flash, batteries, and more.

File Management

8 mtgs 254000

Learn the building blocks of sound file management. Know where you’re putting your information and how to find it again. Create folders and save files. Rearrange your information with the ability to move and copy files and folders.

T/TH 10:30-12:00 pm $72 FACE/9

9/3-9/26 Champion

8 mtgs 251001

T/TH 1:00-2:45 pm $42 FACE/10

7 mtgs M/W 10:30-12:00 pm 254002 $63 FACE/9 No class November 11

10/28-11/20 Champion

8 mtgs 251002

T/TH 10:30-12:00 pm $72 FACE/9

7 mtgs M/W 10:30-12:00 pm 254004 $63 FACE/9 No class January 20

1/13-2/5 Champion

7 mtgs M/W 1:00-2:45 pm 251003 $72 FACE/9 No class January 20

10/29-11/21 Champion 1/6-1/29 Bauchou

Google Docs

Digital Camera 2

Discover how to use Google Docs to create documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and forms that are stored online and accessible from any computer.

Prerequisite: The desire to learn about digital cameras. Digital Camera 2 is continuation of Digital Camera 1. 8 mtgs 254001

9/3-9/26 Bauchou

T/TH 10:30-12:00 pm $72 FACE/9

10/1-10/24 Champion

8 mtgs M/W 10:30-12:00 pm 254003 $72 FACE/9 No class December 23—January 2

12/2-1/8 Champion

7 mtgs M/W 10:30-12:00 pm 254005 $63 FACE/9 No class February 17

2/10-3/5 Champion

Excel Level 1

8 mtgs 250801

M/W $63

9:00-10:30 am FACE/9

9/4-9/25 Champion

7 mtgs 251907

M/W $84

6:00-8:00 pm FACE/10

9/4-9/25 Bauchou

7 mtgs M/W 6:00-8:00 pm 251908 $84 FACE/10 No class November 11

10/28-11/20 Bauchou

7 mtgs M/W 9:00-10:30 am 251909 $63 FACE/9 No class January 20

1/13-2/5 Champion

7 mtgs M/W 6:00-7:30 pm 251910 $63 FACE/9 No class January 20

1/13-2/5 Champion

7 mtgs 251911

M/W $84

6:00-8:00 pm FACE/10

2/19-3/12 Bauchou

8 mtgs 251912

M/W $96

6:00-8:00 pm FACE/10

3/17-4/9 Bauchou

10/1-10/24 Bauchou

Internet/Email

Class will provide instruction on navigating a web browser, exploring web sites, finding information and printing web pages. Learn common email application functions and features including Reading/Replying To, Sending New Messages, Organizing messages, Contacts/Address Book, Email Etiquette, and Sending Pictures and Attachments.

Topics in Excel that are used in the workplace and at home. Learn to create spreadsheets and analyze and 8 mtgs 252501 protect data. 7 mtgs 251906

T/TH 1:00-2:45 pm $48 FACE/10

8 mtgs 252502

T/TH 9:00-10:30 am $72 FACE/9 T/TH 1:00-2:45 pm $42 FACE/10

8 mtgs M/W 9:00-10:30 am 252503 $72 FACE/9 No class December 23—January 1

9/3-9/26 Champion 10/29-11/21 Bauchou 12/2-1/8 Champion

8 mtgs 252504

T/TH 1:00-2:45 pm $42 FACE/10

1/7-1/30 Bauchou

8 mtgs 252505

T/TH 12:00-1:30 pm $72 FACE/9

2/11-3/6 Champion

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PowerPoint

Computer Education

Prerequisite: Word Processing (offered at Fremont Adult and Continuing Education). Topics: Tables, MailMerge (writing the same base letter to more than one recipient), adding pictures to iPad Basics pages and doing this with many commands and tools to Apple's iPad and iPad mini are popular tablets that create professional documents, PowerPoint: creating have changed the way we use computers. Learn the presentations using slides containing images, sounds, basics of using the iPad along with other features like and video clips to inform, teach and display. iCloud, iTunes, Siri, the App Store and more. 8 mtgs T/TH 9:00-10:30 am 10/1-10/24 6 mtgs T/TH 1:00-2:45 pm 12/3-12/19 253801 $72 FACE/9 Champion 206301 $32 FACE/10 Bauchou 8 mtgs T/TH 12:00-1:30 pm 10/29-11/21 6 mtgs T/TH 1:00-2:45 pm 4/1-4/17 253802 $72 FACE/9 Champion 206302 $32 FACE/10 Bauchou 8 mtgs T/TH 10:30-12:00 pm 12/3-1/9 253803 $72 FACE/9 Champion Keyboarding No class December 24— January 2 Learn proper keyboarding (touch typing) techniques as 7 mtgs M/W 12:00-1:30 pm 2/10-3/5 well as improve speed and accuracy. 253804 $63 FACE/9 Champion 23 mtgs M-TH 8:30-1:00 pm* 9/3-10/10 No class February 17 254207 $69 FACE/10 Bauchou

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23 mtgs M-TH 8:30-1:00 pm* 254208 $69 FACE/10 No class November 11 23 mtgs M-TH 8:30-1:00 pm* 254209 $69 FACE/10 No class December 23—January 3 and 20 23 mtgs M-TH 8:30-1:00 pm* 254210 $69 FACE/10 No class February 17 24 mtgs 254211

M-TH 8:30-1:00 pm* $69 FACE/10

Really Cool Presentations

10/14-11/21 Bauchou

Reinvent the art of presentations! Farewell, onedimensional thinking. Welcome instead the power of inter-connection, flexibility, and the unexpected 'Aha using dynamic tools such as Prezi and Sliderocket.

12/2-1/23 Bauchou 1/27-3/7 Bauchou 3/10-4/17 Bauchou

*Students practice in 1½ hour increments between the hours of 8:30 am and 1:00 pm. An official typing test to assess speed and accuracy will be administered and a certificate will be awarded upon completion. Open enrollment.

Mobile Web

Continuation of Web Design, hand coding of HTML5 and CSS3 using bootstrap package and link to Google's online's javascript bank. 5 mtgs 208701

TH $60

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/10

9/12-10/10 Wu

5 mtgs 208702

TH $60

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/10

10/24-11/21 Wu

5 mtgs TH 7:00-9:00 pm 208703 $60 FACE/10 No class December 26 and January 2

12/5-1/16 Wu

5 mtgs 208704

1/30-2/27 Wu

TH $60

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/10

8 mtgs 206201

M/W $42

1:00-2:45 pm FACE/10

9/30-10/23 Bauchou

8 mtgs 206202

T/TH 1:00-2:45 pm $42 FACE/10

3/4-3/27 Bauchou

Smart Phones! iPhones and Androids

Prerequisite: Smart phone and manual, Internet experience, email account. “Smart” phones are telephones, music players, cameras, PDAs, Internet communicators, GPS navigators, E-books, document readers, fitness trainers, video game players, and translators. Learn to operate the functions and applications. 8 mtgs 206501

T/TH 12:00-1:30 pm $72 FACE/9

9/3-9/26 Champion

7 mtgs 206502

M/W $63

9/4-9/25 Champion

8 mtgs 206503

T/TH 9:00-10:30 am $72 FACE/9

10/29-11/21 Champion

7 mtgs M/W 12:00-1:30 pm 206504 $63 FACE/9 No class January 20

1/13-2/5 Champion

8 mtgs 206505

3/10-4/2 Champion

M/W $72

6:00-7:30 pm FACE/9

12:00-1:30 pm FACE/9

Social Media

Social media is the blending of technology and social interaction for the purpose of communication and cocreation in today's world. Knowing how to use social media is an essential 21st century skill that you can Picasa Learn to process your own photos! The software is acquire with our new social media topics including free! With basic computer skills you can become Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Skype and more. proficient in altering your photos. 7 mtgs M/W 1:00-2:45 pm 10/28-11/20

5 mtgs 208705

TH $60

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/10

8 mtgs 253600

T/TH 12:00-1:30 pm $72 FACE/9

8 mtgs M/W 12:00-1:30 pm 253601 $72 FACE/9 No class December 23— January 1 8 mtgs 253602

M/W $42

1:00-2:45 pm FACE/10

3/13-4/10 Wu

10/1-10/24 Champion 12/2-1/8 Champion

206801 $37 FACE/10 No class November 11 6 mtgs 206802

3/3-3/26 Bauchou

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M/W $32

1:00-2:45 pm FACE/10

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COOKING

Computer Education (continued)

French Cooking-Basic

Build a complete website and upload to a server. We’ll cover photo editing, coding, HTML, D r e am we a ve r an d s oc i a l n e t w o r ki n g .

French cooking is the jumping off point for all other Western cuisines. Students will learn the basic techniques of French cooking including roasts, terrines, soups, stews, and appetizers. $35 material fee to be paid to the instructor the first day of class.

5 mtgs 207101

T $60

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/10

9/10-10/8 Wu

6 mtgs 210701

T $72

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/714

9/3-10/8 Taubman-Walker

5 mtgs 207102

T $60

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/10

10/22-11/19 Wu

6 mtgs 210702

T $72

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/714

10/15-11/19 Taubman-Walker

5 mtgs T 7:00-9:00 pm 207103 $60 FACE/10 No class December 24 and 31

12/3-1/14 Wu

6 mtgs T 7:00-9:00 pm 210703 $72 FACE/714 No class December 24-31

12/3-1/21 Taubman-Walker

5 mtgs 207104

T $60

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/10

1/28-2/25 Wu

6 mtgs 210704

T $72

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/714

1/28-3/4 Taubman-Walker

5 mtgs 207105

T $60

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/10

3/11-4/8 Wu

6 mtgs 210705

T $72

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/714

3/11-4/15 Taubman-Walker

Web Design 1

Word Processing 1

Classic Southern, Cajun, Creole Cooking

Prerequisite: Basic Computer course (offered at Fremont Adult and Continuing Education). Learn to use the computer to write formatting typed pages, keep lists, adding pictures to pages and doing this with many commands, making greeting cards, and tools to create professional documents. Most useful program! 8 mtgs 206001

M/W $72

12:00-1:30 pm FACE/9

7 mtgs M/W 6:00-7:30 pm 206002 $63 FACE/9 No class November 11 8 mtgs 206003

T/TH 9:00-10:30 am $72 FACE/9

7 mtgs M/W 6:00-8:00 pm 206004 $84 FACE/10 No class February 17 8 mtgs 206005

T/TH 10:30-12:00 pm $72 FACE/9

Southern cooking has been a favorite of American Cuisines of the deep south. Cuisines vary from state to state, with major cuisines from Louisiana and Maryland. Students will master basic one pot cooking, sidedishes, roasts (including the secret recipe of Jean Laffite the pirate), seafood, and more . . . $35 material fee to be paid to the instructor the first day of class.

9/30-10/23 Champion 10/28-11/20 Champion 1/14-2/6 Champion 2/10-3/5 Bauchou 2/11-3/6 Champion

Word Processing 2

Prerequisite: Basic Computer course (offered at Fremont Adult and Continuing Education). Word Processing 2 is a continuation Word Processing 1. 7 mtgs M/W 12:00-1:30 pm 206101 $63 FACE/9 No class November 11 8 mtgs M/W 6:00-7:30 pm 206102 $72 FACE/9 No class December 23—January 1

6 mtgs 210601

W $72

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/714

9/4-10/9 Taubman-Walker

6 mtgs 210602

W $72

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/714

10/16-11/20 Taubman-Walker

6 mtgs W 7:00-9:00 pm 210603 $72 FACE/714 No class December 25—January 1

12/4-1/22 Taubman-Walker

6 mtgs 210604

W $72

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/714

1/29-3/5 Taubman-Walker

6 mtgs 210605

W $72

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/714

3/12-4/16 Taubman-Walker

Holiday Cooking

of With the holidays fast approaching, home chefs will be preparing homemade dishes for their families. Come learn new techniques and methods of holiday 10/28-11/20 cooking with a master chef. Learn new techniques for Champion Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s, and Easter. $35 material fee to be paid to the instructor the first day of class. 12/2-1/8 Champion 6 mtgs TH 7:00-9:00 pm 9/5-10/10 210801 $72 FACE/714 Taubman-Walker

8 mtgs 206103

T/TH 9:00-10:30 am $72 FACE/9

2/11-3/6 Champion

8 mtgs 206104

M/W $72

10:30-12:00 pm FACE/9

3/10-4/2 Champion

8 mtgs 206105

M/W $96

6:00-8:00 pm FACE/10

6 mtgs 210802

TH $72

7:00-9:00 pm FACE/714

10/17-11/21 Taubman-Walker

3/10-4/2 Bauchou

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CPR/First Aid

Healthcare Provider CPR/AED

Basic First Aid

Course includes recognizing and caring for different types of injuries, burns, life-threatening bleeding, and sudden illness. Students will receive a Community First Aid and Safety certificate (valid for three years). $10 fee payable to the instructor at start of class. Bring exact change. This course does not meet the CA EMSA requirements for daycare providers. 1 mtg 205103

S $12

2:30-4:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

10/12 Fletcher

1 mtg 205104

S $12

2:30-4:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

12/14 Fletcher

1 mtg 205105

S $12

2:30-4:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

3/8 Fletcher

Child Care Provider First Aid

Course includes recognizing and caring for different types of injuries, burns, life-threatening bleeding, and sudden illness. Students will receive a certificate (valid for two years). $35 fee payable to the instructor at start of class. Bring exact change. This course is CA EMSA approved. First Aid EMSA sticker is included. 1 mtg 205201

S $24

2:30-6:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

1/11 Fletcher

1 mtg 205202

S $24

2:30-6:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

4/12 Fletcher

9:00-12:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

9/7 Fletcher

1 mtg 205001

S $21

9:00-12:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

10/12 Fletcher

1 mtg 205002

S $21

9:00-12:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

12/14 Fletcher

1 mtg 205003

S $21

9:00-12:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

1/11 Fletcher

1 mtg 205004

S $21

9:00-12:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

3/8 Fletcher

1 mtg 205005

S $21

9:00-12:30 pm FACE/N 2/4

4/12 Fletcher

S $30

9:00-2:00 pm FACE/N 2/4

9/7 Fletcher

1 mtg 204801

S $30

9:00-2:00 pm FACE/N 2/4

10/12 Fletcher

1 mtg 204802

S $30

9:00-2:00 pm FACE/N 2/4

12/14 Fletcher

1 mtg 204803

S $30

9:00-2:00 pm FACE/N 2/4

1/11 Fletcher

1 mtg 204804

S $30

9:00-2:00 pm FACE/N 2/4

3/8 Fletcher

1 mtg 204805

S $30

9:00-2:00 pm FACE/N 2/4

4/12 Fletcher

Let’s Dance-Social Ballroom Dance for Beginners – Couples Only

Don’t sit while others are dancing! Grab your mate, date and friends for fun, friendship and a little exercise on Friday nights. Ages 16 and up. Fee is per person.

Includes Adult CPR, Infant, Child CPR and AED. Students will receive a Community CPR Certificate (valid for two years). $30 fee to be paid to the instructor at the start of class. Bring exact change. Ideal course for teachers, Boy & Girl Scouts Leaders, Athletic Trainers and those needing to complete a basic CPR course. California EMSA Approved. CPR EMSA sticker for childcare providers $5.00. S $21

1 mtg 204800

Dance

CPR/AED

1 mtg 205000

Includes Adult CPR, Infant, Child CPR and AED, Additional Basic Life Support (BLS) Skills and Blood Bourne Pathogens will be covered. Students receive a Pro CPR Certificate (valid for two years). $30 fee payable to instructor at start of class. Bring exact change. Ideal course for those in the “Health Care Field.” Students may bring lunch to eat in class, as there is no lunch break.

6 mtgs F 7:00-8:00pm 211600 $36 FACE/MPR (East Coast Swing, 2 Step, Rumba)

9/6-10/11 Beilin

5 mtgs F 7:00-8:00pm 211601 $30 FACE/MPR (Cha Cha, Big Band Swing, Foxtrot)

10/25-11/22 Beilin

5 mtgs F 7:00-8:00pm 211602 $30 FACE/MPR (Tango, Waltz, Samba/Merengue)

1/10-2/7 Beilin

5 mtgs F 7:00-8:00pm 211603 $30 FACE/MPR (East Coast Swing, 2 Step, Rumba)

2/21-3/21 Beilin

5 mtgs F 7:00-8:00pm 211604 $30 FACE/MPR (Cha Cha, Big Band Swing, Foxtrot) No class April 18—25

4/4-5/16 Beilin

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Dance (continued)

Swing Dance...Retro! Intermediate/Advanced

Let’s Dance-Social Ballroom Dance Intermediate – Couples Only

Continuation of Beginner Swing Dance...Retro!

Intermediate classes are for couples who wish to learn more advanced steps than they learned in the Beginning classes. Ages 16 and up. Fee is per person. 6 mtgs F 8:15-9:15 pm 211700 $36 FACE/MPR (Cha Cha, Swing)

9/6-10/11 Beilin

5 mtgs F 8:15-9:15 pm 211701 $30 FACE/MPR (Foxtrot, Quick Step)

10/25-11/22 Beilin

5 mtgs 211702 (Bolero)

F $30

8:15-9:15 pm FACE/MPR

1/10-2/7 Beilin

5 mtgs 211703 (Waltz)

F $30

8:15-9:15 pm FACE/MPR

2/21-3/21 Beilin

5 mtgs F 8:15-9:15 pm 211704 $30 FACE/MPR (Cha Cha, TBA) No class April 18—25

4/4-5/16 Beilin

Swing Dance Made Simple

6 mtgs 227501

T $36

7:00-8:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

9/3-10/8 Quebec

6 mtgs 227502

T $36

7:00-8:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

10/15-11/19 Quebec

6 mtgs T 7:00-8:00 pm 227503 $36 FACE/N2/3/4 No class December 24—31

12/3-1/21 Quebec

6 mtgs 227504

T $36

7:00-8:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

1/28-3/4 Quebec

6 mtgs 227505

T $36

7:00-8:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

3/11-4/15 Quebec

Country Western Dance-Beginner

Learn the basic County Western dances. Couples and singles welcome! A fun way to exercise. 6 mtgs 282001

TH $24

7:00-8:00 pm FACE/MPR

9/5-10/10 Kachalkin

5 mtgs TH 7:00-8:00 pm 282002 $20 FACE/MPR No class November 7

10/17-11/21 Kachalkin

Learn to East Coast Swing and Rockabilly Jive in this fun and exciting Swing Dance class!

6 mtgs TH 7:00-8:00 pm 282003 $24 FACE/MPR No class December 26—January 2

12/5-1/23 Kachalkin

5 mtgs F 7:00-8:00 pm 227301 $30 FACE/N2/3/4 No class September 20

6 mtgs 282004

TH $24

7:00-8:00 pm FACE/MPR

1/30-3/6 Kachalkin

6 mtgs 282005

TH $24

7:00-8:00 pm FACE/MPR

3/13-4/17 Kachalkin

6 mtgs 227302

F $36

7:00-8:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

9/6-10/11 Quebec 10/18-11/22 Quebec

6 mtgs F 7:00-8:00 pm 227303 $36 FACE/N2/3/4 No class December 27—January 3

12/6-1/24 Quebec

5 mtgs F 7:00-8:00 pm 227304 $30 FACE/N2/3/4 No class February 14

1/31-3/7 Quebec

5 mtgs 227305

F $30

7:00-8:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

3/14-4/11 Quebec

Swing Dance...Retro! Beginners

Learn to Lindy Hop and Balboa in this fun and exciting 1940s and 1950s Jitterbug style Swing Dance class! 6 mtgs 227401

T $36

8:00-9:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

9/3-10/8 Quebec

6 mtgs 227402

T $36

8:00-9:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

10/15-11/19 Quebec

6 mtgs T 8:00-9:00 pm 227403 $36 FACE/N2/3/4 No class December 24—31

12/3-1/21 Quebec

6 mtgs 227404

T $36

8:00-9:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

1/28-3/4 Quebec

6 mtgs 227405

T $36

8:00-9:00 pm FACE/N2/3/4

3/11-4/15 Quebec

Country Western Dance-Intermediate

Must have some experience. New dances and old favorites are taught in a friendly atmosphere. 6 mtgs 282101

TH $24

8:00-9:00 pm FACE/MPR

9/5-10/10 Kachalkin

5 mtgs TH 8:00-9:00 pm 282102 $20 FACE/MPR No class November 7

10/17-11/21 Kachalkin

6 mtgs TH 8:00-9:00 pm 282103 $24 FACE/MPR No class December 26—January 2

12/5-1/23 Kachalkin

6 mtgs 282104

TH $24

8:00-9:00 pm FACE/MPR

1/30-3/6 Kachalkin

6 mtgs 282105

TH $24

8:00-9:00 pm FACE/MPR

3/13-4/17 Kachalkin

Financial Modern Retirement Planning

Learn about planning a secure retirement. $30 materials fee payable to the instructor. 2 mtgs S 9:00-12:00pm 9/7, 9/21 225401 $36 FACE/N/5/6 Hepler/Yee

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2 mtgs 225402

TH $36

6:00-9:00pm FACE/N/5/6

9/12, 9/19 Hepler/Yee

2 mtgs 225403

T $36

6:00-9:00pm FACE/N/7/8

9/17, 9/24 Hepler/Yee

2 mtgs 225404

TH $36

6:00-9:00pm FACE/N/5/6

1/23, 1/30 Hepler/Yee

2 mtgs 225405

S $36

9:00-12:00pm FACE/N/5/6

1/25, 2/8 Hepler/Yee

2 mtgs 225406

T $36

6:00-9:00pm FACE/N/7/8

1/28, 2/4 Hepler/Yee


COMMUNITY INTEREST

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The Community Interest Registration Form is on page 21 or on-line at www.face.edu.

Health & Fitness

Hatha Yoga

Beginning/Intermediate level Hatha Yoga. Focus on postures, breath awareness, relaxation techniques. Develop strength, flexibility and balance. Wear comfortable clothing. Yoga mat required.

Aquacise

Enjoy low impact water aerobics! This class is geared for seniors, but all ages are welcome. Class offered in an indoor pool, there are changing rooms, and the water is warm! 7 mtgs 220601 7 mtgs 220602 7 mtgs 220603

F $30 F $30 F $30

3:00-4:05 pm School for the Blind 4:15-5:20 pm School for the Blind 5:30-6:35 pm School for the Blind

9/13-10/25 Wilhelm 9/13-10/25 Wilhelm 9/13-10/25 Wilhelm

7 mtgs 220604 7 mtgs 220605 7 mtgs 220606

F $30 F $30 F $30

3:00-4:05 pm School for the Blind 4:15-5:20 pm School for the Blind 5:30-6:35 pm School for the Blind

11/1-12/13 Wilhelm 11/1-12/13 Wilhelm 11/1-12/13 Wilhelm

7 mtgs 220607 7 mtgs 220608 7 mtgs 220609

F $30 F $30 F $30

3:00-4:05 pm School for the Blind 4:15-5:20 pm School for the Blind 5:30-6:35 pm School for the Blind

12/20-1/31 Wilhelm 12/20-1/31 Wilhelm 12/20-1/31 Wilhelm

7 mtgs 220610 7 mtgs 220611 7 mtgs 220612

F $30 F $30 F $30

3:00-4:05 pm School for the Blind 4:15-5:20 pm School for the Blind 5:30-6:35 pm School for the Blind

2/7-3/21 Wilhelm 2/7-3/21 Wilhelm 2/7-3/21 Wilhelm

6 mtgs 220613 6 mtgs 220614 6 mtgs 220615

F $26 F $26 F $26

3:00-4:05 pm School for the Blind 4:15-5:20 pm School for the Blind 5:30-6:35 pm School for the Blind

3/28-5/2 Wilhelm 3/28-5/2 Wilhelm 3/28-5/2 Wilhelm

Boot Camp! Intense Cardio, Plyometrics and Strength

High intensity fitness for those who want to sweat, burn calories, and shed pounds fast! Plyometrics, core work, and intensive strength, lead in a circuit format. Please wear sweat clothes and athletic or tennis/ running shoes and please bring a water bottle and a towel. 11 mtgs 216401

M/W $66

7:30-8:30 pm FACE/N 2/3/4

11 mtgs M/W 7:30-8:30 pm 216402 $66 FACE/N 2/3/4 No class November 11

9/4-10/9 Qu e be c 10/14-11/20 Quebec

11 mtgs M/W 7:30-8:30 pm 12/2-1/22 216403 $66 FACE/N 2/3/4 Quebec No class December 23, 25, 30 and January 1, 20 11 mtgs 216404

M/W $66

7:30-8:30 pm FACE/N 2/3/4

1/27-3/5 Quebec

12 mtgs 216405

M/W $72

7:30-8:30 pm FACE/N 2/3/4

3/10-4/16 Quebec

6 mtgs 281120 6 mtgs 281130 6 mtgs 281140 6 mtgs 281150 5 mtgs 281101 5 mtgs 281102

5:30-6:45 pm FACE/N/2/4 12:00—1:15 pm FACE/MPR 5:30-6:45 pm FACE/MPR 8:00-9:15 am FACE/MPR 10:00-11:15 am FACE/MPR 11:30-12:45 am FACE/MPR

9/3-10/8 Aragon 9/4-10/9 Aragon 9/5-10/10 Aragon 9/6-10/11 Aragon 9/9-10/7 Aragon 9/9-10/7 Aragon

5 mtgs M 10:00-11:15 am 281103 $38 FACE/MPR No class November 11 5 mtgs M 11:30-12:45 pm 281104 $38 FACE/MPR No class November 11 6 mtgs T 5:30-6:45 pm 281121 $45 FACE/MPR 6 mtgs W 12:00—1:15 pm 281131 $45 FACE/MPR 6 mtgs TH 5:30-6:45 pm 281141 $45 FACE/MPR 5 mtgs F 8:00-9:15 am 281151 $38 FACE/MPR No class November 15

10/14-11/18 Aragon

5 mtgs 281106 No class 5 mtgs 281107 No class 6 mtgs 281122 No class 6 mtgs 281132 No class 6 mtgs 281142 No class 6 mtgs 281152 No class

10/14-11/18 Aragon 10/15-11/19 Aragon 10/16-11/20 Aragon 10/17-11/21 Aragon 10/18-11/22 Aragon

M 10:00-11:15 am $38 FACE/MPR December 23 and 30 M 11:30am-12:45 pm $38 FACE/MPR December 23 and 30 T 5:30-6:45 pm $45 FACE/N/2/4 December 24 and 31 W 12:00—1:15 pm $45 FACE/MPR December 25 and January 1 TH 5:30-6:45 pm $45 FACE/MPR 12/26 and January 2 F 8:00-9:15 am $45 FACE/MPR December 27 and January 3

12/2-1/13 Aragon

5 mtgs M 10:00-11:15 am 281108 $38 FACE/MPR No class February 17 5 mtgs M 11:30am-12:45 pm 281109 $38 FACE/MPR No class February 17 6 mtgs T 5:30-6:45 pm 281123 $45 FACE/N/2/4 6 mtgs W 12:00—1:15 pm 281133 $45 FACE/MPR 6 mtgs TH 5:30-6:45 pm 281143 $45 FACE/MPR 5 mtgs F 8:00-9:15 am 281153 $38 FACE/MPR No class February 14

1/27-3/3 Aragon

6 mtgs 281110 6mtgs 281112 6 mtgs 281124 6 mtgs 281134 6 mtgs 281144

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T $45 W $45 TH $45 F $45 M $38 M $38

M $45 M $45 T $45 W $45 TH $45

10:00-11:15 am FACE/MPR 11:30am-12:45 pm FACE/MPR 5:30-6:45 pm FACE/N/2/4 12:00—1:15 pm FACE/MPR 5:30-6:45 pm FACE/MPR

12/2-1/13 Aragon 12/3-1/21 Aragon 12/4-1/22 Aragon 12/5-1/23 Aragon 12/6-1/24 Aragon

1/27-3/3 Aragon 1/28-3/4 Aragon 1/29-3/5 Aragon 1/30-3/6 Aragon 1/31-3/7 Aragon 3/10-4/14 Aragon 3/10-4/14 Aragon 3/11-4/15 Aragon 3/12-4/16 Aragon 3/13-4/17 Aragon


COMMUNITY INTEREST

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The Community Interest Registration Form is on page 21 or on-line at www.face.edu.

Health & Fitness

Zumba Level 2

Latin inspired dance fitness! This class incorporates Latin and international music and dance movements. The program is designed for people of all ages, Non-contact Boxing, Karate, and core work to shed backgrounds and fitness levels. Bring towel, water and pounds and develop lean muscle! Bring boxing comfortable shoes. High energy, more, challenging, gloves (not MMA Gloves) water and a towel. and better suited for students with previous Zumba 11 mtgs M/W 6:30-7:30 pm 9/4-10/9 experience. 216301 $66 FACE/N 2/3/4 Quebec 6 mtgs T 6:00-7:00 pm 9/3-10/8

Hit to Stay Fit: Cardio Kickboxing

$36 FACE/MPR 10/14-11/20 218801 Quebec 5 mtgs M 6:00-7:00 pm 218802 $30 FACE/MPR 11 mtgs M/W 6:30-7:30 pm 12/2-1/22 5 mtgs M 6:00-7:00 pm 216303 $66 FACE/N 2/3/4 Quebec 218803 $30 FACE/MPR No class December 23, 25, 30 and January 1 and 20 No class November 11 11 mtgs M/W 6:30-7:30 pm 216302 $66 FACE/N 2/3/4 No class November 11

11 mtgs 216304

M/W $66

6:30-7:30 pm FACE/N 2/3/4

12 mtgs 216305

M/W $72

6:30-7:30 pm FACE/N 2/3/4

Tai Chi

1/27-3/5 6 mtgs Quebec 218804

10/14-11/18 Corazon

6:00-7:00 pm FACE/MPR

10/15-11/19 Corazon

M 6:00-7:00 pm 3/10-4/16 5 mtgs $30 FACE/MPR Quebec 218805 No class December 23 and 30

12/2-1/13 Corazon

6 mtgs T 6:00-7:00 pm 218806 $36 FACE/MPR No class December 24 and 31

12/3-1/21 Corazon

5 mtgs M 6:00-7:00 pm 218807 $30 FACE/MPR No class February 17

1/27-3/3 Corazon

Yang Style. Fitness prep warm up. Basic Qigong. Improve posture, balance, muscular and skeletal strength and endurance. Lower stress and improve joint mobility. All levels of fitness. Instructor is Tai Chi Master of the Year. Email taichiqigonginfo@gmail.com

T $36

Corazon 9/9-10/7 Corazon

12 mtgs 215801

T/TH 1:00-2:30 pm $108 FACE/MPR

9/3-10/10 Chen

6 mtgs 218808

T $36

6:00-7:00 pm FACE/MPR

1/28-3/4 Corazon

12 mtgs 215802

T/TH 1:00-2:30 pm $108 FACE/MPR

10/15-11/21 Chen

6 mtgs 218809

M $36

6:00-7:00 pm FACE/MPR

3/10-4/14 Corazon

12 mtgs 215803

T/TH 1:00-2:30 pm $108 FACE/MPR

1/28-3/6 Chen

6 mtgs 218810

T $36

6:00-7:00 pm FACE/MPR

3/11-4/15 Corazon

12 mtgs 215804

T/TH 1:00-2:30 pm $108 FACE/MPR

3/11-4/17 Chen

Languages Spanish for Beginners

A good introduction to basic communication in Spanish for business and travel. 5 mtgs 214700

Zumba Beginner-Level 1

6:45-8:45 pm FACE/26

9/9-10/7 Riveros

5 mtgs M 6:45-8:45 pm 214701 $60 FACE/26 No class November 11

10/14-11/18 Riveros

5 mtgs M 6:45-8:45 pm 214702 $60 FACE/26 No class December 23 and 30

12/2-1/13 Riveros

5 mtgs M 6:45-8:45 pm 214703 $60 FACE/26 No class February 17

1/27-3/3 Riveros

If you have never tried Zumba, this is the class for 6 mtgs you. For beginner and active adults. This class will 214704 break down the moves and steps performed in a Zumba workout. Less intense and easy to follow steps. 6 mtgs 218901

W $36

5:00-6:00 pm FACE/MPR

9/4-10/9 Corazon

5 mtgs 218902

W $30

5:00-6:00 pm FACE/MPR

10/23-11/20 Corazon

6 mtgs W 5:00-6:00 pm 218903 $36 FACE/MPR No class December 25 and January 1

12/4-1/22 Corazon

6 mtgs 218904

W $36

5:00-6:00 pm FACE/MPR

1/29-3/5 Corazon

6 mtgs 218905

W $36

5:00-6:00 pm FACE/MPR

3/12-4/16 Corazon

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M $60

M $72

6:45-8:45 pm FACE/26

3/10-4/14 Riveros


COMMUNITY INTEREST

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The Community Interest Registration Form is on page 21 or on-line at www.face.edu.

Spanish for Intermediate to Advanced

Special Interest

Further practice and more vocabulary for those students who completed the beginning level. 6 mtgs 214900

TH $72

6:45-8:45 pm FACE/26

9/5-10/10 Riveros

6 mtgs 214901

TH $72

6:45-8:45 pm FACE/26

10/17-11/21 Riveros

6 mtgs TH 6:45-8:45 pm 214902 $72 FACE/26 No class December 26—January 2

Creative Writing 1

Enhance skills and find your writing voice through fiction, essay, poetry and creative non-fiction. All levels welcome! 6 mtgs 221300

12/5-1/23 Riveros

6 mtgs 214903

TH $72

6:45-8:45 pm FACE/26

1/30-3/6 Riveros

6 mtgs 214904

TH $72

6:45-8:45 pm FACE/26

3/13-4/17 Riveros

6:30-8:30 pm FACE/TBA

9/5-10/10 Michel

6 mtgs TH 6:30-8:30 pm 221301 $72 FACE/TBA No class December 26—January 2

12/5-1/23 Michel

6 mtgs 221302

3/13-4/17 Michel

TH $72

6:30-8:30 pm FACE/TBA

Creative Writing 2

Creative Writing 2 is a continuation of Creative Writing 1.

Music Guitar 101 This is a quick-study guitar course for busy people. No prior experience or note-reading required. $5 materials fee payable to instructor at first meeting. 7 mtgs TH 7:00-8:30 pm 217901 $63 FACE/30 No class October 31 and November 28

TH $72

10/17-12/12 Epps

6 mtgs 221303

TH $72

6:30-8:30 pm FACE/TBA

10/17-11/21 Michel

6 mtgs 221304

TH $72

6:30-8:30 pm FACE/TBA

1/30-3/6 Michel

Theatrical Improvisation for the Fun of It! Whether you are shy and would like to explore your creativity or are extroverted and eager to play in a welcoming atmosphere, we are ready for you! This class is for adults 18 and over.

Music for Minors II

Enrich a child’s life by learning to share the joy of music. This class is the nonprofit Music for Minors II’s 6 mtgs music docent training program. For more info: 218401 www.musicforminors2.org. 6 mtgs 19 mtgs M/W 9:30-11:45 am 9/16-11/20 218401 217601 $104 FACE/N 2/3/4 Zilli 6 mtgs No class November 11 218401

TH $72

7:00-8:30 pm FACE/N 7/8

9/5-10/10 Dornfest

TH $72

7:00-8:30 pm FACE/N 7/8

10/17-11/21 Dornfest

TH 7:00-8:30 pm $72 FACE/N 7/8 No class December 23—January 3

12/5-1/23 Dornfest

6 mtgs 218401

TH $72

7:00-8:30 pm FACE/N 7/8

1/30-3/6 Dornfest

Simply Singing is a group singing class for anyone 6 mtgs interested in the basics of vocalization. You will 218401 explore the mechanics and physics of the voice by singing. Come, release your voice!

TH $72

7:00-8:30 pm FACE/N 7/8

3/13-4/17 Dornfest

Simply Singing

5 mtgs 218101

M $45

7:15-8:45 pm FACE/MPR

9/9-10/7 Dhand

5 mtgs M 7:15-8:45 pm 218102 $45 FACE/MPR No class November 11

10/14-11/18 Dhand

5 mtgs M 7:15-8:45 pm 218103 $45 FACE/MPR No class December 23—January 3

12/2-1/13 Dhand

5 mtgs M 7:15-8:45 pm 218104 $45 FACE/MPR No class February 17

1/27-3/3 Dhand

6mtgs 218105

M $54

7:15-8:45 pm FACE/MPR

3/10-4/14 Dhand

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COMMUNITY INTEREST

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The Community Interest Registration Form is on page 21 or on-line at www.face.edu.

Mission Statement

TRAFFIC VIOLATOR SCHOOL 510.793.6465

Fremont Adult and Continuing Education, an integral part of the Fremont Unified School District, will offer lifelong educational opportunities and services to address the unique needs of individuals in the community. Our goal is to teach adults skills necessary to participate effectively as citizens, workers, parents, and family members. Instruction will be accessible and convenient, and will address the diversity of learning-styles, cultures and educational backgrounds.

CLASS SCHEDULE: Tuesday and Wednesday, 6:15 pm—9:55 pm (You must attend both evenings) Saturday, 8:00 a.m. — 4:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Fremont Adult and Continuing Education 4700 Calaveras Avenue Fremont, CA 94538-1124

Uniform Complaint Policy

The District recognizes its responsibility to ensure compliance with state and federal laws and regulations governing education programs and activities. Therefore, in accordance with state guidelines, the District has adopted “Uniform Complaint Procedures” which shall be followed when addressing complaints alleging unlawful discrimination, harassment, or intimidation, or failure to comply with state or federal law related to: Adult Basic Education Programs, Consolidated Categorical Programs, Career and Technical Education Programs, Child Care and Developmental Programs, Child Nutrition Programs, and Special Education Programs.

YOU MUST BE PROFICIENT IN ENGLISH Registration is Required—If you do not preregister, you will not be allowed into class. Pre-registration Procedures: You may either 1.

Pre-register in person at the Fremont Adult and Continuing Education Main Office. You must bring: Driver’s License and Court Documents, Payment by Cash, Check, or Credit Card Note: Payment must be made at time of registration.

Disclaimer

No medical insurance is provided for any accident or injury sustained while participating in an Adult Education class. Fremont Adult and Continuing Education does not assume responsibility for injury or accident that might occur through no negligence on the part of Fremont Unified School District.

OR 2.

Pre-register by phone and pay by credit card. Visa, MasterCard and Discover are accepted.

TRAFFIC SCHOOL FEE: $35 RE-SCHEDULING FEE: $10

Non-Smoking Policy

Effective September 1, 1993, smoking and/or use of any tobacco product is prohibited within any District site during school sponsored activities, and in vehicles owned and/or operated by the Fremont Unified School District. The non-smoking policy is applicable on grounds, and in any buildings in which services are provided by employees of the school district. (Board Policy #3515.3).

There is a $25 Service Charge on Returned Checks. NO REFUNDS

Parking

Fremont Adult and Continuing Education patrons are encouraged to park in adult school parking lots. Please respect residential parking spaces on public streets adjacent to our campus. Also, we ask you to be aware of the legal guidelines regarding on-street drop-off and pick-up, i.e. not stopping at any time on the roads in front of campus. Park at your own risk! We are not liable for any damages incurred to vehicles parked in the parking lots.

Visit our website at

www.face.edu

Looking for a career change or to refresh your computer skills?

for the most up-to-date information on class offerings! New classes may be added.

See our Employment Development Program on page 11 and our computer courses on pages 11-14!

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REGISTRATION FORM

510.793.6465

IMPORTANT:

Check class descriptions at www.face.edu. Sorry, no refunds after class has started. Self-initiated class cancellations are subject to a $10 fee per course. There is a $25 service charge on all returned checks. For confirmation, send a stamped, self-addressed return envelope.

1. ONLINE

www.face.edu

5 Easy Ways to Register!

2. PHONE

510.793-6465

3. FAX

510.793.2271

4. MAIL

5. WALK-IN Office Hours M-TH 8:30am—9:00pm F 8:30am-4:00pm

Fremont Adult & Continuing Education

4700 Calaveras Ave Fremont, CA 94538-1124 Please Print

Name:

Partner Name:

Date of Birth:

Date of Birth:

Address: Home Phone: ( )

Cell/Work Phone:

Email: Class Number

Class Title

Day(s)

Date

Teacher

Fee

Parent Education Registration for the Fall/Winter Session Please Complete the Additional Information: Child Name: Date of Birth: *Please indicate 1st and 2nd course choice.

Session:

Sexual Harassment

I understand that the Fremont Unified School District Board Sexual Harassment Policy #5114.10 applies to me while participating in adult school classes offered at this facility.

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We accept DISCOVER, VISA & MASTERCARD. Office Use Only

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Community Interest and Parent Education classes are NOT tax supported. Fees vary according to length and type of class. If paying by credit card, include your complete 16 digit account number and the expiration date. Your credit card account will show a transaction with Adult School Registration. If paying by check make checks payable to Fremont Adult and Continuing Education. Returned checks are subject to a $25 processing fee. Cash accepted for walk-in registrations only.

Course Cancellations

If there is insufficient enrollment, we reserve the right to cancel the course. You will be notified of the cancellation, and your money will be refunded.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy There are NO REFUNDS once classes begin.

Children Accompanying Adults

Children may not accompany their parent(s) to classes unless the course description specifies parent/child participation.

Remember! A separate check for each class. A 24-hour notification is required for any cancellation of registration. No reminder will be sent regarding class start date.

Suggestions for Possible Classes

Fremont Adult and Continuing Education continually strives to meet community needs by offering classes which will benefit life-long learners. If you have suggestions for classes you would like us to offer, please contact us at 510.793.6464 or send an email to: sleyva@fremont.k12.ca.us Share your ideas and help us meet your needs.

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CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND GUIDANCE

510.797.1090 OR 510.793.6465

Classes for toddlers and preschoolers FALL SESSION 2013 SEPTEMBER 9 — NOVEMBER 21, 2013

WINTER SESSION 2014 DECEMBER 2—FEBRUARY 27, 2014

Holidays: November 11, 2013

Holidays: January 20 and February 17, 2014

Mommy & Me! Parent Education Through Parent and Child Participation Classes focus on the following skills: creative art, pre-math, reading readiness, science exploration, drama corner, physical fitness, social circle time, and cultural awareness.

Parents will assist with all aspects of these classes MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

2 and 3 Year Olds Fall Course # 072401 Fee: $140

2 and 3 Year Olds Fall Course # 072402 Fee: $150

2 and 3 Year Olds Fall Course # 072406 Fee: $150

2 and 3 Year Olds Fall Course # 072407 Fee: $150

Winter Course #072408

Winter Course #072409

Winter Course #072413

Winter Course #072414

18 to 24 Month Olds Fall Course # 072301 Fee: $140

2 and 3 Year Olds Fall Course # 072403 Fee: $150

Winter Course # 072302

Winter Course #072410

Fee: $130 Room 3 9:15—11:30 am Jonna Carlile

Fee: $130 Room 1 9:15—11:30 am Brenda Banchieri

Fee: $150 Room 3 9:15—11:30 am Jonna Carlile

Fee: $150 Room 1 9:15—11:30 am Brenda Banchieri

Fee: $150 Room 1 9:15—11:30 am Brenda Banchieri

Fee: $150 Room 1 9:15—11:30 am Brenda Banchieri

2 and 3 Year Olds Fall Course # 072405 Fee: $150 Winter Course #072412

Fee: $150 Room 1 12:00-2:15 pm Brenda Banchieri

Enrichment Classes TUESDAY & THURSDAY 2 and 3 Year Olds

MONDAY & WEDNESDAY 3 to 5 Year Olds

Fall Course # 072404 Fee: $300 Winter Course # 072411 Fee: $300 Room 2 9:15—11:30 am Teri Topham

Fall Course # 072501 Fee: $290 Winter Course # 072502 Fee: $280 Room 2 9:15—11:30 am Teri Topham

These courses are designed for parents and their children. Each student will participate with his/her child in activities provided in a preschool setting to develop kindergarten readiness. Each parent will observe and participate in encouraging his/her child’s interactions, communication skills, development of independence in the classroom, ability to follow one and two step directions, development of the fine-motor skills and ability to stay on task. The 11-week course will center on a weekly theme, including three art projects with science, mathematic, and pre-writing elements for each of two days, circle time activities including movement, songs, and stories to develop attention abilities. We also provide child care for siblings 6 months and up for $50 per child per class. We accept an additional child in the same class for a fee of $75. Please select classes wisely; there will be no refunds, cancellations, or make-ups. NO EXCEPTIONS!

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