|Community Education Summer Classes||
Time: 1:00 AM to 1:00 AM
CSI DIY: Design Your Own Metal Project!
Th June 15 – July 6 ? 6 - 8:30 p.m.
CSI MC Center Instructor: Steve Wells
Fee: $150.00 Ages: 16+
During this beginning hands-on course, students will be introduced to various welding processes, basic welding techniques, grinding, metal cutting, and safety in order to create a finished project to take home at the end of the course. Students with previous welding experience will be able to work on larger projects with instructor permission. This class will have limited enrollment so that the instructor can work closely with each student to help them progress on their project. Students will come to class in clothes appropriate for welding such as jeans, leather shoes/boots, and long sleeved shirt of canvas or cotton. Loaner helmets, safety glasses, and gloves provided to participants who need them. Class size is limited to 8 – so register early!
Keeping the Books – How to Use QuickBooks Pro 2016 in Your Business
T July 11 - 25 6 - 9 p.m.
CSI MC Center A25 Instructor: Laurie Park
The QuickBooks Pro 2016 for Business course takes your from set-up, entry, adjusting entries, and basic reports for your company using QuickBooks Pro 2016. Learn how to use the prom, then how to increase its value in your business toolkit. The course will be five sessions long.
CSI Summer Science Camp 2017 – S.T.E.M. in Space
Ages: 7 - 14 CSI MC Center
June 19 – 22 1 – 3:30 p.m.
Take a fun, out-of-this-world journey with teachers and CSI instructors as we explore the final frontier through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Students will learn about astronomy, rocketry, planet geology, life in space, and robots through hands-on experiences and age appropriate activities. When you enroll, please register in the grade you will be attending this fall.
CSI Summer Science Junior Camp 2017 – S.T.E.M. in Space
Ages: 5 – 6 CSI MC Center
June 20 – 21 1 – 3:30 p.m.
Don’t let your older siblings have all the fun! You can come to the Science Camp, too! Younger campers will be introduced to the same scientific concepts featured in Science camp, but in a hands-on environment suited for younger learners.
Ages: 8 – 12 CSI MC Center, Room A14
July 12 – 14 1 – 4 p.m.
Instructor: Stephenie & Blaine Call
This course is meant to inspire your creativity as you discover the wonder of creativity and expression using different media art. You will be guided by Blaine and Stephenie Call. This talented and creative duo artisan duo will help you bring your imagination to life with clay, paints, pencils, collages and more as you learn about the art-based fundamentals of color, composition, perspective and shape. Take home your unique Masterpieces through this three day course!
Adventures in Animal Anatomy
Ages: 10 – 14 CSI MC Center, Room B11
June 14 and 16 2 – 4 p.m.
Instructor: Dr. Trevor Stapelman
Do you love animals and want to learn more about how their bodies work? This hands-on class will give students a chance to dissect, discover, and see first-hand the special traits that make different animals’ bodies so unique. Join local veterinarian Dr. Trevor Stapelman and learn the basics of animal anatomy. Careful lab procedures will be followed and students will be closely supervised at all times. Students will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the class.
Science of Cookies!
Ages: 8 – 12 CSI MC Center, Room A14?
July 18 1 – 3 p.m.
Instructor: Rick Parker
Do you like cookies soft and chunky but your friend likes thin and crispy? Did you know there is a way to bake chocolate chip cookies to please everyone? There is a trick – and it’s all about science! Learn the science behind cookie making with Dr. Rick Parker, and enjoy some sweet treats!
Safe Sitter Babysitter Training
Ages: 11-15 CSI MC Center, Room A14
June 1 – 2 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Instructor: Adria Masoner
Fee: $40 (includes course book, 2-year certification card)
Learn the important information you need to turn babysitting into a summer or afterschool job! Get training that covers the fundamentals of caring for children of different age groups, safety/injury prevention, and keeping your charges entertained and engaged. Young children cannot always communicate their needs. The babysitter has to be able to handle whatever situation arises. This course teaches the prospective babysitter how to handle emergencies when caring for young children. Topics include: what to do when a child stops breathing, what to do if someone chokes, how to contact emergency help; how to diaper change, feed, etc.
MC CSI Junior Theatre Camp
Ages: 6 -14 CSI MC Center, Room A22
July 10 -14 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. 9 to 12:30 pm
Instructor: Julie Monroe
Location:MC Center Rom A22
This MDT (music, dance, theatre) camp is designed to introduce younger students to the world of theater. No experience required! Your child will learn the fundamentals of acting, singing and performance. Learn the basics of what goes into a play – who does what, stage direction, how to express your emotions through performing, face painting, stage voice and movement. Students will work as a team, mentored by nurturing lovers of the arts. A one act musical comedy will be performed on the final day.
CSI at CSI Camp: Crime Scene and Investigative Techniques
Ages: 10-14 CSI MC Center B-14
July 25 – 26 1 – 4 p.m.
Instructor: Amy Christopherson
Summer is a great time to explore real applications of science in our community. In this two-day workshop, kids will work with DNA, spectrums of light, fingerprints, observation and other techniques that are used by law enforcement to learn about evidence, crime scenes, and other investigative efforts. Experiments will be supervised and safety measures will be in place for all activities.
Leather Crafting for Beginners
Ages: 8 – 14 CSI MC Center, Room A12
June 27, 28, 29 2 to 4:30 pm
Instructor: Dorothy Thornton
In this introductory course, you will learn how to use the basic tools, stamps and stains, working on different designs on leather. During the class you will learn from start to finish to make some decorative coffee or tea coasters, key rings and other small projects.