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Claremont adult SChool

Film Series

High School Diploma

English As A Second Language

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www.cusd.claremont.edu/cas

regiStration BeginS

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schedule of classes

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www.CuSd.Claremont.edu/CaS

easY ONLINe RegIsTRaTION INFORMaTION:

Please choose one of the options below: Go to Claremont Adult School Website at: www.cusd.claremont.edu/cas. Fall registration begins August 22. Pre-Registraton is preferable to ensure class will be held. Pre-registration online with credit card at www.cusd.claremont.edu/cas Walk-in to Claremont Adult School, 170 W. San Jose Ave. #107 Mail- In Registration: fill out the form on page 15 State-funded teachers are not allowed to collect any fees or payments from students. No refunds after registration deadline unless class is cancelled.

Community Interest Class Information

Community Service classes do not receive any State funds. Students pay a class fee sufficient to cover the direct costs of instruction. Classes that do not meet the minimum attendance number by the end of the first hour of the first class meeting will be cancelled. Schedule Changes: Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this brochure. Claremont Adult School, however, reserves the right to make corrections or changes at any time without prior notice.

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Table of Contents

2 General Adult Education English as a Second Language (ESL) Computer Education Health, Fitness, Nutrition & Safety Fine & Applied Arts Language Arts Cultural Arts Cultural Arts

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ClaremonT Unified SChool diSTriCT Board of education

Elizabeth "Beth" Bingham

President

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12 Parent Education 13 General Information & Fee Policies 14 Registration 16 Key to Class Locations Inside Back Cover Map of Claremont

office and Class registration hours

Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Jeff Stark

Vice President

Mary Caenepeel

Clerk

Hilary LaConte

Member

Steven Llanusa

Member

Dr. Gloria Johnston

Interim Superintendent of Schools

office location

Claremont Unified School District Richard S. Kirkendall Educational Center 170 West San Jose Ave., #107 Claremont, CA 91711 Telephone (909) 624-6402 fax (909) 626-5109 imporTanT daTeS

Fall registration begins Fall classes begin Aug 22 Sept 12

adult School administration

Steven Boyd

Principal

Felipe Delvasto

Assistant Principal

offiCe & SChool CloSUreS

Veteran's Day Nov 11

Claremont Adult School aims to provide a diverse curriculum that educates and enriches the lives of adults of all abilities and interests and emphasizes the successes and self-esteem of each student.

Register online at: www.cusd.claremont.edu/cas

Claremont Adult School

General adult education

high school diploma class

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Claremont Adult School offer high school credit courses that count towards the completion of a high school diploma. Students work at their own pace under the direction of credentialed teachers. Courses are open entry, which means you may start anytime thoughout the semester. A high school diploma is earned after the successful completion of the requirements, 180 credits in specific subjects areas and a passing score on the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) in both math and English. If you are interested in attending the Claremont Adult School program for the first time, you must bring your most current transcripts sealed to the Adult school in person or mail them to the office: Claremont Adult School, 170 W. San Jose Ave. Office #107, Claremont, CA, 91711. Call for information: 909-624-6402. Counselor appointments are available Tuesday and Thursday mornings 9:00 am -12:00 pm or Wednesday evening 6:30 pm ­ 7:00 pm. Please call for an appointment. Child Care: Attention Adult School Students with infants and toddlers: subsidized child care is available through the district's Child Development Program. We have a network of licensed home child care providers located throughout Claremont and La Verne. This state funded program is available to income eligible families who meet the "need" criteria. We are currently accepting applications so please call the Child Development Office at (909) 398-0373 for more information.

Section Start end Weeks days 020121 9/13 11/17 10 M-Th 020111 9/14 11/17 10 T-Th

Start 9:00a 6:30p

end 12:00p 9:30p

location CAS/102 CAS/102

fee

instructors Ceccarelli Jones

This program is available only to adults 18 years and older.

requirements for a high School diploma

English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 credits World History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 credits U.S. History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 credits American Government . . . . . . . . .5 credits Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 credits Algebra . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 credits General Mathematics . . . . . . . . . .10 credits Life Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 credits Physical Science. . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 credits Fine Arts/Foreign Language . . . .10 credits Electives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70 credits ToTal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180 credits Passage of the California High School Exit Exam is required to obtain a diploma).

CahSee exit exam testing dates are: Oct 4-5, 2011 Nov 1-2, 2011

*10 credits must be completed at the Claremont Adult School.

Ged Test Preparation class

Students may enter the GED preparation program at any time, no transcript is necessary to begin classes. Claremont Adult School does not offer the GED test; you will need to visit a testing center for their dates and times. There will be a $5 fee for a copy of the GED, checks or cash made payable to Claremont Unified School District (CUSD).

Section 023111 023101

Start end Weeks 9/12 11/17 10 9/13 11/17 10

days M-Th T&Th

Start 9:00a 6:30p

end 12:00p 9:30p

location CAS/103 CAS/103

fee

instructor Ceccarelli Araujo

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algebra

1.2021

Students may enter the GED preparation program at any time, no transcript is necessary to begin classes. Claremont Adult School does not offer the GED test; you will need to visit a testing center for their dates and times. There will be a $5 fee for a copy of the GED, checks or cash made payable to Claremont Unified School District (CUSD).

Section 024157

Start end Weeks 9/12 11/14 10

days M

Start 7:00 p

end 9:00 p

location CAS 103

fee $0.00

instructor Payne

free!

Citizenship

citizenship: Preparing for the uscIs Interview While studying u.s. history & Government 2.2000

This is a class to assist immigrants eligible for citizenship. Students who attend 12 or more classes will receive a certificate.

Section 040329 Start end Weeks 9/13 11/16 10 days T&W Start 6:45p end 9:15p location CAS/205 fee $0 enrollment instructor min: 10 max: 30 Flowers

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english as a Second language

(Beginning literacy-advanced high levels)

2.1010 - 2.1080 03.030.101110

For foreign-born adult students to improve their English. There are different levels of instruction in separate classes. Instructors: Hosey, Phyllis; Maust, Michael D; Brand, Joyce & Martin-Beanum, Marny Tanega, Normas & Cogswell, Carol.

english as a second language (eSl) am classes

Section 030406 030535 030622 030950 Start end Weeks 10 10 10 10 days M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th Start 8:45 a 8:45 a 8:45 a 8:45 a end 12:00 p 12:00 p 12:00 p 12:00 p

free!

fee $0 $0 $0 $0 instructor

location CAS/204 CAS/206 CAS/202 CAS/203

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9/12 11/17 9/12 11/17 9/12 11/17 9/12 11/17

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english as a second language (eSl) pm classes

Section 030536 030502 030660 Start end Weeks 10 10 10 days M-Th M-Th M-Th Start 6:30 p 6:30 p 6:30 p end 9:30 p 9:30 p 9:30 p

free!

fee $0 $0 $0 instructor

location CAS/204 CAS/206 CAS/203

BeGinninG loW eSl

9/12 11/17 9/12 11/17 9/12 11/17

BeGinninG hiGh eSl

inTermediaTe/advanCed eSl

Clases de Ingles son Gratis.

Aprenda hablar, leer y escribir el ingles.

Las clases se dictan en Claremont Adult School de martes a Jueves de 8:45 a 12 del medio dia, y de martes a miercoles de 6:30 a 9:30 de la noche. Los nuevos estudiantes, pueden iniciar el curso, cualquier dia. Para elle, es necesario se registren el dia en que comienzan las clases.

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Computer education

Microsoft excel Basics

Use Excel instead of a calculator to work with finances and statistics at home and work. You will learn to Customize the Excel window, enter and format your data, work with simple formulas and functions, save, preview and print your worksheets; create charts, manage lists with filters, use conditional formatting and focus on Excel terminology. Prerequisite: Microsoft Windows XP or Microsoft Office 2007. Pre-Requisite: A basic working knowledge of Windows XP or Vista or equivalent experience recommended before enrolling in this class. Students may preregister online or at the first class meeting with the instructor.

6.6080

PLEASE NOTE: Pre-registration is the way that the classes are able to meet the minimum requirement. the instructors are able to continue offering these classes by meeting these minimums..

Section 060101

Start 9/14 9/14

end 10/5 10/5

Weeks 4 4

days W W

Start end location 6:30pm 9:30pm CAS 310 9:00am 12:00pm CAS 310

fee $40 $40

enrollment instructor min: 14 max: 24 Martenson min: 14 max: 24 Martenson

Introduction to PowerPoint 2007

Use Microsoft Word version 2007 to type letters and other documents. You will learn to create, edit, save, and print documents. Good typing skills are highly recommended. Pre-Requisite: Introduction to Computers or Windows XP. Students may preregister online or at the first class meeting with the instructor.

Section 061278

Start 9/15 9/15

end 10/6 10/6

Weeks 4 4

days Th TH

Start end location 6:30pm 9:30pm CAS 310 9:00am 12:00pm CAS 310

fee $40 $40

enrollment instructor min: 14 max: 24 Martenson min: 14 max: 24 Martenson

Do you have a special talent, skill or idea for a fee-based class you would like to teach? Claremont Adult School is looking for you!

Call (909) 624-6402

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health, fitness, nutrition & Safety

Physical Fitness Disclaimer

5.7100

Participation in fitness classes involves varying degrees of accidental injury risks. The Claremont Adult School is not responsible for any injury to any person suffered while warmingup or participating in Exercise and Fitness or Circuit Training classes for any reason whatsoever. Each student certifies upon enrollment that he/she is physically capable of participating in the class. The Claremont Adult School recommends that every student speak with a physician and receive a physical prior to participating in any Exercise and Fitness or Circuit Training class.

circuit Training

In as little as 60-minutes you can have a great time and exercise too. Learn how to stay healthy and in shape. Handouts will be given to each student to better understand how to develop each muscle area. Instructor is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Dress for exercise.

Section 093432

Start end Weeks 9/12 11/17 10

days M-Th

Start 5:30 p

end 6:30 p

location CHS/IA

fee $50

instructor Lepore

exercise & fitness

Weight training/conditioning program designed to meet individual needs. Use of machine and free weights. Learn how to stay healthy and in shape. Handouts will be given to each student to better understand how to develop each muscle area. Instructor is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Dress for exercise.

Section 093332

Start end Weeks 9/12 11/17 10

days M-Th

Start 7:00 p

end 8:30 p

location CHS/IA

fee $50

instructor Lepore

Sun up CirCuit training

You will use machines that work each muscle group. Work at your own pace. Learn how to stay healthy and in shape. Handouts will be given to each student to better understand how to develop each muscle area. You will be able to use weight machines for each major muscle group, exercise bicycles, steppers, dumbbells, elliptical joggers and treadmill. Work at your own pace or do the whole circuit in 60 minutes.

Section 094320 Start end Weeks 9/12 11/18 10 days M-F Start 6:00 a end 7:00 a location ER fee $50 instructor Molloy

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fine and applied arts

floral design

Learn current techniques in floral designing. Fresh flowers; permanent floral, green plants and more are featured in the class. Se habla espanol. Supply fee $15-20 depending on the seasonal price increase, payable to the instructor for each weekly class.

Section 106528 105928

Start end Weeks 9/12 11/14 10 9/13 11/15 10

days M T

Start 9:00 a 6:30 p

end location 12:00 p DMY 9:30 p DMY

fee $30 $30

enrollment min: 5 max: 25 min: 5 max: 25

instructor Corella Corella

ceramics

Learn wheel, glazing and firing techniques. There will be a $20 materials fee paid to the instructor.

Section 104120

Start end Weeks 9/13 11/15 10

days T

Start 7:00 p

end location 10:00 p CHS/50

fee $45

enrollment min: 5 max: 30

instructor Roberts

stained Glass

Students do leaded and copper foiled projects. Decorative soldering will also be taught. Individual and group instructions are offered. Supplies will be discussed at the meeting.

Section 085553 089653

Start end Weeks 9/15 11/17 10 9/15 11/17 10

days Th Th

Start 9:00 a 6:30 p

end location 12:00 p DMY 9:30 p DMY

fee $85 $85

enrollment instructor min: 5 max: 30 Tickey-Williams min: 5 max: 30 Tickey-Williams

Watercolor

Paint exciting watercolors. Learn the importance of value contrast, color negative shape and composition to improve your paintings. Students are responsible for providing their own materials.

Section 086562

Start end Weeks 9/13 11/15 10

days T

Start 6:15 p

end 9:15 p

location JSC

fee $85

enrollment instructor min: 20 max: 25 Hughes

Chinese Brush

Enjoy learning this beautiful art form. Beginning as well as more advanced students learn and practice the skills, techniques and philosophy of traditional Xieyi style of Chinese painting. Subjects include birds, animals, flowers, plants and more. Supplies will be discussed at the first meeting.

Section 080808

Start 9/14

end 10/5

Weeks 10

days W

Start 9:00 a

end location 12:00 p DMY

fee $45

enrollment min: 8 max: 25

instructor Bennett

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language arts

German language & culture

Exploration of German language and cultures. We'll discover how and why German speakers are the largest language group in Europe and make up one of the largest heritage groups in America. Fun conversation, sharing and enrichment.

Section 083616

Start end Weeks 9/15 11/17 10

days Start Th 12:30 p

end 2:30 p

location JSC

fee $45

enrollment min: 5 max: 25

instructor Despard

Cultural arts

civilization 101 ­ latin & 17th century history

The Seventeenth Century in European history is often acknowledged as the Golden Age. Spain, Venice, and the Italian states, England, the Nertherlands reached new heights of power, political consolidation and economic leadership. France, during the long reign of the Sun King, Louis XIV, led the way. The framework of notion-state, modern experimental science and retionalist philosophy was established. Baroque art and architecture transcended national boundaries. Latin still continued its intellectual dominion as the international medium. The Latin language (optional) will be taught by Patricia Wickhem, 12:30-1:30pm beginning at the level decided by class consensus at the first meeting. Lectures on European history will be provided by Dr. Tom Caughron. The teachers will collaborate in presenting background materials. Register before or after the first class.

Section 088163

Start end Weeks 9/12 11/14 10

days Start end M 12:30 p 4:30 p

location JSC

fee enrollment instructor $60 min: 5 max: 25 Caughron & Wickhem

africa Today

Africa's most populous nation is Nigeria, and the elections there this April was declared the fairest in decades. So what is behind the rioting that broke out afterwards in the north? The peaceful transition to true democracy in South Africa was followed by what seemed relatively successful conservative economic policies. Then why is the leader of the ruling parties youth wing calling for the nationalization of the mines and seizure of land? Africa's largest nation area-wise is Sudan, where the Southern region voted successfully this January to secede. So why did president Bashir send troops into Southern Kordofan after having accepted the vote dividing the country? Botswana never seems to be in the news. Is it because things are going so well there? These are some of the questions we shall be exploring in this course on Africa Today, analyzing one country per week, and using that example to give insight into one issue of importance for the whole continent: colonial inheritance, ethnicity, social class, legitimacy, governance, and foreign aid/intervention. Kenya, Congo, and Zimbabwe are likewise in the mix this quarter. We shall also read a short novel, "Between Tides" by one of Africa's most famous writers. V.Y. Mudimbe.

Section 201868

Start 9/16

end 11/4

Weeks 8

days F

Start end location 9:30 a 11:30 a CAS 102

fee enrollment $25 min: 5 max: 30

instructor Smith

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experiencing opera

Explore the sublime world of bel canto while exploring the lives and motivations of composers and their works. In class study will involve shared reading of the libretti, viewing productions on a large screen, discussions and, on occasion, guest speakers. Operas of study will include Tchaikovsky's EUGINE ONEGIN, Mozart's COSI FAN TUTTE and Gounod's ROMEO AND JULIETTE. Attending L.A. Opera performances is optional.

Section 080109

Start end Weeks 9/15 11/17 10

days Th

Start 2:30 p

end 5:00 p

location JSC

fee $65

enrollment min: 5 max: 25

instructor Boldig

Creative Writing

Life Stories · Poetry · Fiction Non-Fiction · Drama

creative Writing

The workshop for published and aspiring writers! Experienced writers focus on "works in progress" while new writers find support in finding their own unique `voice'. Genres include life stories, poetry, fiction, non-fiction and drama. This class involves research techniques, exercises and optional assignments. Students participate in reading and critiquing.

Section 241209 Start end Weeks 9/15 11/17 10 days Th Start 9:00 a end location 12:00 p Cl Manor fee $60 enrollment min: 5 max: 25 instructor Boldig

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Cultural arts

Discover the Magic of Theater

all the World's a stage

Explore the brilliance of theater by plunging into the depth of the nuances of playwrights and their works. Reading the plays and viewing films of the plays are included in this course and, of course, class discussions. The plays being considered for study include Eugene O'neill's "DESIRE UNDER THE ELMS", Feydeau's "THERE'S ONE IN EVERY MARRIAGE" and Thorton Wilder's "OUR TOWN". Students often participate in selection works to be studied which are coordinated with plays available in regional theaters. Attending live performances is optional.

Section 088409

Start end Weeks 9/13 11/15 10

days T

Start 1:30 p

end 4:00 p

location JSC

fee $60

enrollment min: 5 max: 25

instructor Boldig

shakespeare for everyone

Explore through the poetic lyricism of the Bard's plays how the continually reflect contemporary societal issues. We examine the life and works of Shakespeare with emphasis on performances of the plays on stage in regional theaters. Study will include shared reading of the plays in the class during which everyone has an opportunity to participate. Productions of studied plays will be shown in class. Plays of study will include; "RICHARD III" and "TWELFTH NIGHT". Attending live performances is optional.

Section 081009

Start end Weeks 9/14 11/16 10

days W

Start 2:00 p

end 4:30 p

location JSC

fee $60

enrollment min: 5 max: 25

instructor Boldig

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series

film

film series ­ Mad dogs and englishmen film series

"Mad Dogs and Englishmen go out in the Noon Day Sun", as Noel Coward's refrain reminds us of the inexplicably odd behaviors of his Island's Race, Englishmen are universally acknowledged for eccentricity, singularity and general zaniness, which is often magnified when they venture abroad. (Just ask the Welsh, the Scots and the Irish for starters!) English national character frequently admires and expects distinctive differences from other "foreigners". Literature and films abound which loudly celebrate stiff upper lips and speaking slowly to strangers. Join other quirky film lovers on Tuesdays, 6:30-9:30pm to enjoy Mad Dogs and Englishmen. Joslyn Annex. A certain degree of tolerance of others is expected (a gentle hint).

Section 088063

Start end Weeks 9/13 11/15 10

days T

Start 6:30 p

end 9:30 p

location JSC

fee $50

enrollment min: 5 max: 25

instructor Caughron

These are the dates on which we will be watching these movies:

Sept 13 Sept 20 Sept 27 Oct 4 Oct 11

Saving Grace my family and other animals Travels with my aunt Beau Geste last September

Oct 18 Oct 25 Nov 1 Nov 8 Nov 15

The english patient Shirley valentine Kinky Boots School for Scoundrels handful of dust

Great Japanese films

Japanese films of international stature will be viewed with English sub-titles.

Section 086261

Start end Weeks 9/12 11/14 10

days M

Start 7:00 p

end 9:30 p

location Blaisdall

fee $30

enrollment min: 5 max: 25

instructor Haines

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parent education

Mommy (daddy, Grandparent) and Me: cooperative learning experience

5.5100

Credentialed Teachers with 20+ years of experience in early childhood education and parent education. Child growth and development, positive discipline and school readiness discussions. Priority is given to returning parents.

Learn how to prepare your child for preschool and kindergarten in a cooperative, supportive environment. Parents (or grandparents) will participate in planning educational activities and meaningful and exciting field trips. Class is held at a school location with indoor restrooms and next to the beautiful Wheeler Park. Lab fee of $25.00 to be paid to the instructor. Limited space available.

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Parent/Child Participation

Section 076453

age 18 mos ­ 5 yrs

Start 9/15

end Weeks 11/17 10

days Time Th 9:00-11:30am

fee $20

enrollment min: 5 max: 12

instructor King

Parent/child Participation (Mommy, daddy, Grandparent and Me)

Classes enable parents to observe and participate with their child in a classroom setting that stimulates the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional growth of the child. A typical day includes creative play, crafts, music, movement, and circle time. Readiness activities include pre-reading, writing, math concepts, science, and cooking. Field trips enhance this themebased curriculum. Visit class on the first meeting date, and then register prior to the second class meeting. There is an additional materials fee per family, to be paid to the instructor. The first installment of $20, is due at the second class meeting and the second installment of $20, is due at the fifth class meeting. Proof of immunization is due the first class.

la pUerTa loCaTion

Parent Education Section age 076446 18 mos ­ 3 years 076447 3 yrs by Sept. 2011 ­ 5 yrs 076449 2 yrs by Sept. 2011­ 3 yrs

Start end Weeks days Time fee enrollment 9/13 11/15 10 Tu 9:00-11:00am $40 min: 16 max: 20 9/16 11/18 10 F 9:00-11:00am $40 min: 16 max: 20 9/14 11/16 10 W 9:00-11:00am $40 min: 16 max: 20

instructor Solorzano Solorzano Solorzano

Liability Disclaimer

Adult students and their children will be participating in classroom activities, playground activities, and fieldtrips. Claremont Adult School and the classroom instructors are not liable for any injury to any person for any reason.

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General information

Claremont Adult School is part of the Claremont Unified School District. It is funded by the California Department of Education separately from the District's General Fund. The Adult School Program must be selfsupporting and not negatively impact the General Fund of the District. Because of this, and because of cuts in funding at the state level, fees are charged for classes where allowed by law. The Board adopted fee policy is included in this brochure. The state does not fund adult classes by students' cities of residence but promotes the lifelong learning of all adults. Therefore, Claremont Adult School classes are open to all adults in Claremont and surrounding communities. There may be some instances where priority will be given to Claremont residents, but in most cases all interested students can be accommodated in classes. Textbooks and Supplies: For most courses students will provide their own textbooks and supplies. Information regarding the purchase of these items is available from the instructor at the first class. Certificates of Completion: Certificates may be issued, at the discretion of the instructor, provided satisfactory scholarship and 80% attendance have been maintained. Children are not allowed in the classroom. The exception is children attending Parent Education Pre-School classes with a parent. Claremont Adult School does not enroll students who are still in a comprehensive or continuation high school program or students under 18 years of age. Class Size: Class size may be limited due to size of facility or nature of class. The principal reserves the right to make the final decision on student placement in classes if necessary. All classes and fees are subject to change. There are no refunds unless a class is cancelled. All fees are due at the time of registration. For information regarding classes call 624-6402. In compliance with Federal law, the Board of Education of the Claremont Unified School District has adopted policies and procedures regarding: *Uniform Complaint Procedures for Addressing Alleged Violation of Specific Federal and State Programs (Adult Basic Education) (Policy 1140) *Sexual Harassment: Sexual harassment of all persons in the educational setting is prohibited (Title VII, IX) (Ed. Code 212.6) (District Policy 4163) *Tobacco: Use of tobacco on school district grounds is prohibited (Policy 4111) *American Disabilities Act (ADA): CUSD complies with all federal regulations For further information, call Kevin Ward, CUSD Compliance Officer, 398-0609, extension 70301.

fee policy

Claremont Adult School has two categories of classes: State Supported and Community Service. State Supported Classes: An enrollment of at least 15 students is required in order for a class with a fee to be established. Community Service Classes: These must be self-supporting and are not supported with state funds. Following is Claremont Adult School's Registration Fee Policy that has been adopted by the Claremont Unified School District Board of Education. TYPE I: COURSES APPROVED BY THE STATE FOR APPORTIONMENT A. No registration fee is assessed for the following: 1. Students enrolled in a course leading to a high school diploma 2. Students enrolled in a course in English as a Second Language 3. Students enrolled in Adult Basic Education 4. Citizenship class 5. Handicapped students enrolled in a course for the substantially handicapped. *An additional fee may be charged to cover the cost of instruction when the class size is such that State Apportionment does not cover that cost. TYPE II: COMMUNITY SERVICE CLASSES DESIGNED TO BE SELF-SUPPORTING 1. Fees will be determined by contract instructor 2. Registration fees are non-refundable unless class is cancelled 3. Supply fee, if appropriate, will be specified in contract and paid to the contract instructor. 4. The Claremont Adult School reserves the right to cancel any class if the minimum of (5) five students is not attained. In addition to a registration fee, materials fees are required in some classes. In this brochure registration and materials fees may be combined and listed as one fee.

mission Statement

Claremont Adult School aims to provide a diverse curriculum that educates and enriches the lives of adults of all abilities and interests and emphasizes the successes and self-esteem of each student.

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ReGIsTRaTIon Info

1 online

www.cusd.claremont.edu/cas

Important: Your billing statement will show Administrative Software Administration or ASA.

3 Mail-In

Fill out the CLASS REGISTRATION FORM on PAGE 15 and mail to: Claremont Adult School 170 W. San Jose Ave. # 107 Claremont, CA 91711 Submit the Registration Form with your check. Make your check payable to: CLAREMONT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT or CUSD

Make sure you fill out the class title, section number and birthdate on the registration form. Additional class registration forms are available for download and print at:

2 Walk-In

Fill out the CLASS REGISTRATION FORM on PAGE 15 and bring to: Richard S. Kirkendall Education Center 170 W. San Jose Ave. # 107 Claremont, CA 91711

Monday-Friday, 8:00a - 3:00p Pay by check, cash or if you wish you may use our computer to pay by credit card.

www.cusd.claremont.edu/cas

ReGIsTRaTIon & Refund PolIcIes

Some classes have limited space, please register early. Claremont Adult School Office will accept registrations by cash or check NO REFUNDS after registration deadline unless class is cancelled. There is a $5 non-refundable handling fee for class cancellation. Class size may be limited. The instructor may have a set minimum for a class. The Claremont Adult School reserves the right to cancel classes if enrollment does not meet the required minimum of students by the first day of enrollment. Students who do not have access to a computer may come to the Claremont Adult School. Schedule Changes: Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this brochure. Claremont Adult School, however, reserves the right to make corrections or changes at any time without prior notice. REFUND POlicy: Please plan carefully, there are NO REFUNDS, clASS TRANSFERS OR lETTER OF cREDiT. If the class is canceled by the Adult School, a full refund will be processed and mailed to you in approximately 15 days. Please note: No refunds by credit card after 120 days. At that time you will be issued a check. RETURNED chEckS: If a check is returned due to insufficient funds, a $15 fee will be accessed. This applies to ALL courses offered by Claremont Adult School.

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class Registration form

Use this form for Walk-In or Mail In registration.

Submit to: Claremont Adult School , 170 W. San Jose Ave. #107, Claremont, CA 91711 Today's Date ________________ ___ Birthdate ___________________________________

Name ____________________________________________________________________________ Address ___________________________________________________________________________ City ___________________________________________ State Home Phone ( Work Phone ( ) _____________________ ) _____________________ Cell Phone ( ___ Zip __________________ ) __________________________

Email ______________________________________

SECTION #

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

CLASS LOCATION

CLASS TITLE/INSTRUCTOR NAME

START DATE

FEE

MaKe CHeCKS PaYaBLe to: Claremont Unified School District or CUSD

for parenT edUCaTion ClaSS (paGe 12) pleaSe inClUde:

TOTAL FEES =

Names of Children & Birthdates __________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Name of Teacher ___________________________ Preferred Class Day __________________ RETURNING STUDENT

Yes

No

_______________________________________________________

Signature

________________________

Date

NOTE: one registration form must be completed for each participant. More forms are available at the adult School office. additional forms can be downloaded from our web-site: www.cusd.claremont.edu/cas Please plan carefully when you enroll, there will be no ReFUnDS, LetteR oF CReDit oR CLaSS tRanSFeRS. no eXCePtionS. if class is cancelled by the adult School, a full refund will be processed and mailed to you. You may not receive a refund for up to 2 weeks. Due to low enrollment please contact the adult school to make sure we are aware of the cancellation as soon as possible. any payment received for classes may take up to 2 weeks for a complete refund.

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KEY TO CLASS LOCATIONS

1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 LEC La Puerta Education Center

2475 N Forbes

17 HCC Hughes Community Center

1700 Danbury Ave

B&B Bags & Bobbins

855 W Foothill Blvd

18 JSC Joslyn Senior Center

660 N Mountain Ave

CPS Chaparral Elementary School

451 Chaparral Dr

19 LP 20 MV 21 OS

Larkin Park Community Bldg

763 W Harrison

CAS Claremont Adult School

170 W. San Jose Ave. Suite 107

Mountain View Elementary School

851 Santa Clara

CCC Claremont Care Center

219 E. Foothill Blvd

Oakmont Elementary School

120 W Green St

CHS Claremont High School

1601 N Indian Hill Blvd

22 OPM Oak Park Manor

501 S College

CM

Claremont Manor

650 W Harrison Ave

23 PV 24 PP

Pacific Villas Senior Apartments

3642 N Garey Ave

Claremont Place Assisted Living

120 W San Jose Ave

Pilgrim Place

721 W Harrison Ave

10 CVA Claremont Village Apartments

957 W Arrow Hwy

25 SDS Sumner/Danbury Elementary School

1770 Sumner Ave

11 CV 12 CS

Claremont Villa Senior Apts

100 S Indian Hill Blvd

26 SAL Sunrise Assisted Living

2053 N Towne Ave

Condit Elementary School

1750 N Mountain Ave

27 TH 28 VS 29 WA

Taylor Hall

1775 N Indian Hill Blvd

13 CVC Country Villa Claremont

590 S Indian Hill Blvd

Vista Elementary School

626 Vista Dr

15 DMY District Maintenance Yard

700 W Baseline Rd

Western Assemblies Home

350 Berkeley

16 ER

El Roble Intermediate School & TAC Center

665 N Mountain Ave

Please call Claremont Adult School for directions.

909 624-6402

909 903 910 904 912 905 906

907 901 J

908 902

IM GYM

DS FL

604

804

803 Art 602 PE

J J

B 802 B B Ed Tech Lab

801 Shop Central Kitchen

601 PE Pool 505 504 506 503 507

5 0 2

J JF

B

508 Staff Lounge Patio

Bike Rack

501 B

L E

E 406 F 405

407 404

b a

408

b

409 402

J JF

D

I D

L

Media Center

403 a

401

Bike Rack

306 305

307 304

308 303

309 J J F

D

JO JP

G J

U S N

H

302

M

Z Y X

V W

301 R

B - Storage C - Kitchen D - Custodian Storage E - Speech Room F - Custodian Sink & Storage G - Heater/Telephone Room H - Principal I - Staff Workroom J - Restrooms L - Copy Room M - Office Support Staff Area N - Mail Room O - District Nurse/Health P - Psychologist R - Student Council Storage S - Transition Counselor T - Ball Shack U - Assistant Principal V - Registrar W - Conference Room X - Counselor Y - Counselor Z - Office Manager

Lunch Area

TAC

T

J

B 205 C F

J

209 Stage

EL Roble Intermediate School

Auditorium

665 North Mountain Avenue Claremont, California 91711-4296 (909) 398-0343 (909) 398-0399 Fax

N

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Adult school clAss locAtions

North Faculty Parking Lot

715

714

713

701 702

Claremont High School

1601 N. Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont, CA 91711 909-624-9053

820 819 818 817 816 815 814 813 812 811 B G 801 802 803 804 805 806

716 712 717 711

703

700 QUAD

704 705 706 B G

800 QUAD

Conf. Room Work Room Lounge

718 Sci 710 Office 709 708

707

Student Parking Lot

O ce

Theatre Entrance

CENTRAL QUAD

Speech 612 611

Library

Indian Hill Blvd.

Snack Bar

610

609

H H

608 607C 607A

600

600 QUAD

B 603 604 605 606 G

104 West Gym 105 East Gym 103

402

401

ASB O ce

Student Center

601 602

Theatre

106 G B 403 404 Boys Locker Room 405 102

413 412

Weight Room

400 QUAD

411 410 409

501

502 202

Girls Locker Room

POOL

Music

101

406 407 416 408 506 505 415

500 QUAD

503 504 B G

205 206 Auto

N

South Faculty Parking Lot

CLAREMONT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Claremont Adult School 170 W. San Jose Ave. #107 Claremont, CA 91711

POSTAL PATRON Claremont, CA 91711

NON-PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID CLAREMONT, CA PERMIT NO. 178

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www.CuSd.Claremont.edu/CaS

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