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Summer 2019 Community Education Courses! 5/1/2019
Time: 1:00 AM to 1:00 AM
 
 

Enhanced Concealed Weapons       

Sat      May 11 or July 20       8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Cassia County Sheriff’s Office       Instructor: Dep. Tony Bernad      

Fee: $79.00

(Two separate sessions are available: Sign up for May 11th or July 20thLearn the basics of safe handgun ownership and get informed about the rights and responsibilities you have if you carry a handgun. This class will cover basic safety, ownership laws, and the requirements for an enhanced concealed weapon license in Idaho. You will be provided with a Certificate of Completion and all the forms you will need to apply for a concealed weapons permit at the sheriff’s office upon completion of the class. You must furnish your own handgun that is in compliance with the concealed weapon laws, 100 rounds of ammunition, safety glasses, and ear protection. Morning class instruction will take place at the Cassia County Sheriff’s Office Training Room – 129 East 14th street in Burley. Afternoon range instruction will take place at the shooting range in Declo (participants will need to arrange their own transportation). Participants must be age 21 or older to participate.

Painting with Watercolor

  May 15 -  Jun 12  1pm to 2:30pm

CSI MC Center A16   Instructor: Anna Workman

Fee: $40  Ages: 16+ 

Need to sharpen your watercolor painting skills, or just simply want to l earn how to paint with watercolors?  This 5-week course is for you.  If you are a beginner, there will be a set curriculum to help you explore and understand the nature of watercolor painting.  If you have some experience we will dive deeper into the world of watercolor painting using textural techniques, special relations in landscapes, and exploring modeling through light and dark values.

Supplies not included.  A supply list will be emailed to you upon registration.

Safe Sitter Babysitter Training

Ages: 11 – 15

F       May 31       9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

MC Center A12      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. Please bring a sack lunch.

 

The Science of Pizza

Ages: 5 to 7                       

F        May 31        1 to 3:00 p.m.

MC Center A14        Instructor: Dr. Rick Parker     

Fee: $15

In this class we will learn about what goes into our favorite pizza and the science it involves. We will be rolling out fresh dough and then we will top our individual pizzas with our favorite toppings! We will enjoy some of our pizza creations in class, and students will take their personalized “take n bake” pizza home to enjoy with their family! Space is limited to 10 participants so register early!

 

Stargazing

F        May 31 – Jun 14        9 to 9:50 p.m.

MC Center B11        Instructor: Rob Mayer     

Fee: $49 Bring a guest for free! Contact us for a family rate.

This is a course designed for families or individuals to explore the marvels our solar system and universe hold as seen from the earth.  It will include a night of lecture and explaining planispheres and star charts, followed by hands-on instruction on using a telescope to view the celestial sky.  The course begins with the New Moon on May 31st and ends with viewing a spectacular Full Moon on June 14th (weather permitting). 

 

Create a Truly Successful Business

M - F       Jun 3 – Jun 7        6:30 to 8 p.m.

MC Center A12        Instructor: Sandra Bosteder      

Fee: $45 per day or $200.00 for entire week

Learn principles to create workplace productivity, prosperity, and harmony by turning conflict into collaboration, silence and secrecy into honest communication, chaos into cooperation. These classes build on the best-selling principles of Leadership and Self-Deception. Bring your team and let’s get to work! Costs: $45.00 per person per day.

 

CSI Summer Science Quest Camp 2019 – Young Explorers

Ages: 7 – 14  (2nd-7th grades)

M – Th     Jun 17 – 20    1 to 3:30 p.m.

MC Center       Instructor: Staff                                    

Fee: $49.00 

The very best "Questions" in science start with a "Quest!"  Are you curious and brave like the explorers who set sail to reveal unfamiliar ecosystems and animals?   Have you ever wondered how we invented rockets and technology to explore space?    How can you be prepared to discover the world around you?  The CSI Science Quest 2019 will focus on the people, places, and discoveries through time and space.  Campers will learn to ask questions, make observations, and discover new things!

 

 

CSI Summer Science Quest Junior Camp 2019 – Young Explorers

Ages: 5 – 6 (Kinder-1st grades)

T & W      Jun 18 & 19      1 to 3:30 p.m.

MC Center       Instructor: Staff

Fee: $29.00 

Don’t let your older siblings have all the fun! You can come to the Science Camp, too!  Younger explorers will be introduced to the same scientific concepts featured in Science Camp “Young Explorers”, but in a hands-on environment suited for younger learners.

 

Nature’s Healing Embrace presents: W.I.N. (Women In Nature)

Sat         Jun 22 or Jun 29        9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

MC Center TBA       Instructor: Sandra Bosteder      

Fee: $100 per session

(Two separate sessions are available: June 22nd or June 29th). Women, rediscover your natural power by connecting with Nature’s Power. Activities will include, Forest and Nature Therapy, The Art of Nature Journaling, Rediscovering Your “Wild”, Beginning Rock Climbing. Costs: $100.00 each day.  We will be traveling to another location so be prepared to provide your own transportation.

 

The Science of Cookies!

Ages: 8 to 12                       

F        Jun 28        1 to 3:00 p.m.

MC Center A14       Instructor: Dr. Rick Parker     

Fee: $15

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 Rick Parker, and enjoy some sweet treats! Space is limited to 10 participants so register early!

 

Paint Your World Patriotic!

Ages: 6-12

M & T     July 1st and 2nd     1pm to 3pm

CSI MC Center A12     Instructor: Tenille Claridge

Fee: $25

In this class we will be using wood blocks and paint to make a 4th of July Firework decoration that you will take home to enjoy in time for the holiday. We will learn how to use tape and stencils to create a custom-painted project. The skills you will learn in this class will help you design your own future projects. All supplies will be provided – please wear appropriate clothing that you don’t mind getting a little messy! Space is limited to 15 participants so register early!

 

American History Camp

Ages: 7 - 14

M - TH     July 08 – July 11     9 am  to 12:00 pm

CSI MC Center A12     Instructor: Mindy McDonald

Fee: $45 

'Oh, say can you see' a camp that is so fun, you won't even know you are learning! Come 'meet' some of the great leaders who helped shape our American story, sing songs to celebrate our heritage, and create projects to take home that will have you dreaming about American history all year long. Celebrate our freedom by learning about our past! 

 

The Science of Taffy Making!

Ages: 8+

F      July 12         1 to 3:00 p.m.

MC Center A14      Instructor: Dr. Rick Parker 

Fee: $15    

Sugar is the culinary chameleon in most beloved confections. Its shape-shifting properties are coaxed by the application of heat. At low temperatures, it dissolves into liquid to make syrup; add heat and it progresses through the candy stages from thread to hard crack. Add a little too much heat and it burns into pure charcoal. Learn what's happening at the molecular level in the candy stages during an old fashioned taffy pull, which is fun for all ages! Watch as you become a confectioner and pull a sugar mixture into taffy. Each guest will pull, cut, and wrap taffy.

Sugar is the culinary chameleon in most beloved confections. Its shape-shifting properties are coaxed by the application of heat. At low temperatures, it dissolves into liquid to make syrup; add heat and it progresses through the candy stages from thread to hard crack. Add a little too much heat and it burns into pure charcoal. Learn what's happening at the molecular level in the candy stages during an old fashioned taffy pull, which is fun for all ages! Watch as you become a confectioner and pull a sugar mixture into taffy. Each guest will pull, cut, and wrap taffy.

 

Decompress Your Stress through Forest Bathing

Sat        July 13 or July 27       9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

MC Center TBA      Instructor: Sandra Bosteder      

Fee: $35 per session

(Two separate sessions are available: July 13th or July 27th) Want relief from a mind that never turns off? Want peace from all types of stress and anxiety (including ADD, ADHD, PTSD)? Want your body to feel healing by increasing your Natural Killer cells that go after diseased cells?

Come Bathe with us. Nature and Forest Therapy (Forest Bathing) is research-based framework for supporting healing and wellness through immersion in forests and other natural environments. Costs: $35.00 per person for each session. We will be traveling to another location so be prepared to provide your own transportation.

 

CSI Quidditch!

Ages: 12 – 18  (7th  - 12th grades)

W– F     July 10 – 12    9 to 11:00 a.m.

MC Center       Instructor: Staff                                    

Fee: $30.00 

Young Adult Wizards and muggles are invited to catch the snitch! Learn the ins and outs of the game!  Everyone gets a chance to play! Registration required. You are invited to play and learn the game of Quidditch. All you need are comfortable clothes and a sense of humor. Brooms, and chaser/beater head bands will be provided. Muggle Quidditch is a sport from the Harry Potter novels that has gained international standing. It’s fun and silly, and it’s coming to the Mini-Cassia area. Butter Beer will be available following the game.

 

Who You Are!

W    July 17    1pm to 4pm

CSI MC Center A12     Instructor: Tenille Claridge

Fee: $15   Ages: 5 – 7

In this class you will get to express yourself artistically through decoupage with your likes and hobbies that best describe and relate to you! You will decorate your first initial with pictures you will choose that will perfectly reflect who you are! You will get to explore picture books and magazines to design your initial and take home as your finished project.

 

Please take a moment to read CSI Community Education Policies:

Class Cancellation Policy:

CSI Community Education classes are held based on the number of students enrolled.    The decision to cancel a class, prior to its beginning, is based on the number of persons pre-registered and paid (note: students are expected to pay for their course at the time of registration). Students will be notified 24 hours prior to the first session if a class is cancelled.

 

Class Payment Policy and Late Fees:

Payment is expected at the time of registration.  Course instructors are not permitted to accept payment for registration fees, with the exception of exam or supply fee.  Students may register for the course and pay online, in person, or over the phone.  If payment is not made within 30 days, a $50 late fee, which cannot be waived, will be assessed to the student account.  By registering, you agree to all of the terms set forth by CSI and the Community Education Center.  Please see the Community Education brochure for a complete disclaimer.

 

Dropping a Community Education Class:

If you need to drop your registration from a Community Education class, please contact John Paskett 208.678.1400 or jpaskett@csi.edu at least 48 hours prior to the first class session. A refund for any tuition paid will be sent to the Business Office for processing and you will be mailed a check within two weeks.  Students who do not drop their classes 48 hours prior to the first class session will be charged for the class and any additional supply fees.

 

Supply Fees:

Supply fees must be paid to the instructor directly, during the first class session, please have a check or cash ready for them.  If you do not pay a supply fee to the instructor, you will be invoiced for the amount.

 

Suggestions:

It is the goal of Community Educations for all participants to be satisfied, and we welcome all suggestions.  If you have an idea for a class, or would like to recommend an instructor, please contact John Paskett 208.678.1400 or jpaskett@csi.edu.  We appreciate any input that will improve our program.

 
 
Contact:
Amy Christopherson   208.678.1400  achristopherson@csi.edu
Agency:
Amy Christopherson
Facility:
Mini-Cassia Center
Charge:
Charges and Fees will Apply