Spring 2020 brochure2 with corrections.pub - Lakeland

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      LAKELAND
CONTINUING EDUCATION




                         2020

                COURSES
          REGISTRATION REMINDER:
♦   Register by Mail: Save time! Mail in the application
    form on the last page of this brochure to the Lakeland
    Administration Building.
♦   Drop Off Registration: Drop off your registration form
    any weekday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (The
    district office is closed on 2/17 and open from 8:00 to
    3:00 on 2/18)
♦   In-Person Evening Registration: Register at the
    Lakeland Administration Building, 1086 East Main
    Street, Shrub Oak (next to the John C. Hart Library) on
    February 19 from 5:00– 7:00 p.m.


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                LAKELAND CONTINUING EDUCATION
                       Lakeland Administraon Building
                             1086 E. Main Street
                         Shrub Oak, New York 10588
                     ℡        914-245-1700, x39023
                           James Van Develde, Director
                          Donna Tulkin-Godoy, Registrar


                              SPRING 2020

Dear Lakeland School District Resident:

One goal of the Lakeland School District is lifelong learning. You are a very
important part of this goal. As lifelong learners, you demonstrate to the
students of Lakeland that this goal is achievable.

We are pleased to present our spring brochure. Again, we are offering an array
of courses to meet any interest. These range from personal fulfillment to self
growth.

The majority of courses run for eight weeks. If you can't commit to a full
session, take a look at the mini-sessions offered in the brochure. There's sure
to be a course or activity to pique your interest.

We look forward to having you as a part of our Continuing Education Program.
Lakeland is a community of learners in which we all play a vital role.


James Van Develde, Director                  Donna Tulkin-Godoy, Registrar




                            Questions?
                            E-mail us at
                            Continuinged@lakelandschools.org
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                          GENERAL INFORMATION
                          Registration Information
♦ Adults age 18 and over are welcome to register for classes. You do not
  have to be a resident of the Lakeland Central School District.
♦ REGISTER IN ADVANCE BY MAIL: Use the application form on the last
  page of this brochure. You are enrolled as soon as we receive your form
  and fee. No confirmation letters will be sent—your cancelled check is
  your receipt.
♦ NOTE: Registration begins as soon as the brochures are distributed or
  posted. We encourage registration by mail to ensure a place in your de-
  sired course. Your cooperation in registering for all classes by February 21
  regardless of the start date, is greatly appreciated.
♦ Courses will not run if there is insufficient registration. You will be noti-
  fied if the course is cancelled, and your check will be returned to you.
♦ REGISTER IN PERSON: Drop off your registration form any weekday at
  the Lakeland Administration Building, 1086 East Main Street, Shrub Oak
  (next to the John C. Hart Library). When school is not in session, but the
  main office is open, please come before 3:00 p.m. Evening in-person regis-
  tration will take place on February 19 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
                                  Calendar
♦ Classes begin on Monday, February 24, 2020 unless otherwise indicat-
  ed.
♦ NOTE: Courses run for eight (8) weeks unless otherwise noted.
♦ Continuing Education classes will not be held
     April 6 through April 13 (Spring Recess)
     April 30 at Elementary Schools (1/2 Day for Parent Conferences)
     May 22 through May 25 (Memorial Day Weekend)
     May 26 (Superintendent’s Conference Day)
  From time to time, additional closings may be required. When possi-
  ble, additional closures are listed in parenthesis. Your instructor will
  notify you of any additional building activities that will cause classes to be
  cancelled. Classes will be made up as calendar permits.
♦ When schools close due to weather conditions or emergencies, Con-
  tinuing Education is also closed. School closings will be announced on
  the website (www.lakelandschools.org) and on WHUD.com.
                             No Smoking Policy
♦ The public is reminded that the Lakeland School District is a tobacco-free
  environment by order of federal and state law, and Board of Education poli-
  cy. Smoking is prohibited in all school buildings, on school grounds, or in
  vehicles on school grounds. Violations may be referred to the Board of
  Health. The fine for violating this regulation is up to $1,000.
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                                               Fees
    ♦ Please make checks payable to: LAKELAND CONTINUING EDUCATION. Addi-
      tional fees for materials, textbooks, etc. are payable to the instructor at the first
      class, unless otherwise noted.
    ♦ Please note a $30.00 service charge will be imposed on deposited checks returned
      unpaid by our bank.
    ♦ REFUNDS: NO FEES WILL BE REFUNDED. The student assumes the risk of all
      changes in business or personal affairs. Fees will be refunded only if the Director of
      Continuing Education cancels the class. Please allow 6-8 weeks for refunds due
      to course cancellation.
    ♦ SENIOR CITIZENS: Persons age 62 and older are eligible for a reduction in tuition.
      See senior fees on page 18 of this brochure. There is NO discount for costs of ma-
      terials used in courses.
                                            Instructors
    ♦ We retain our Continuing Education instructors to teach a course in their area of
      expertise. The instructors are not permitted to use the classroom for personal gain
      or to solicit clients or customers. Therefore, we are not responsible for any advice or
      consultation given beyond the classroom setting and course curriculum material.
    ♦ Letters of course completion will be issued, as per request, for company credit or
      reimbursement.
    ♦ We assume no responsibility, either real or implied, for the personal property or inju-
      ry of an adult student. We are under NYS regulation that in the case of a fire alarm
      sounding, the building must be evacuated.
    ♦ Please comply with all parking ordinances; they will be enforced.
                                      Location of Classes
    The building where the course will be held is included with the course description.
    The codes used for school buildings follow.

    LHS             Lakeland High School, 1349 E. Main St., Shrub Oak
    LCBMS           Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School, 3401 Rt. 132 Shrub Oak
    WPHS            Walter Panas High School, 300 Croton Avenue, Cortlandt Manor
    VCES            Van Cortlandtville Elementary School, 3100 Rt. 6, Mohegan Lake
    BFES            Benjamin Franklin Elementary School, 3477 Kamhi Dr., Shrub Oak
    DO              Lakeland Administration Bldg., 1086 East Main St., Shrub Oak


                                    NOTE  
                   COURSE ENDING DATES ARE TENTATIVE.
               DATES MAY CHANGE DUE TO BUILDING CLOSURES,
               WEATHER CLOSURES, INSTRUCTOR’S SCHEDULING,
                                   ETC.
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                                         TABLE OF CONTENTS
COURSE NUMBER                                                                                     PAGE
SWIMMING
    1. DEEP WATER WORKOUT .............................................................. 7
    2. AQUA AEROBICS ............................................................................ 7
CAREER AND FINANCIAL
    3. GETTING GREAT REAL ESTATE DEALS ...................................... 7
    4. ENTREPRENEURSHIP .................................................................... 7
    5. RETIREMENT PLANNING ............................................................... 8
    6. INVESTING SECRETS FOR THE COMMON INVESTOR ............... 8
    7. DRASTICALLY CUT COSTS IN DIFFICULT TIMES ....................... 8
    8. HOW TO LEAVE MONEY TO YOUR HEIRS ................................... 8
    9. MEDICARE 101 ................................................................................ 8
HEALTH, WELLNESS AND INNER SELF
    10. GET RID OF CELLULITE FOR GOOD ............................................. 9
    11. IT TAKES GUTS TO BE HEALTHY ................................................ 9
    12. SUGAR ADDICTION: HOW TO BEAT IT ......................................... 9
    13. TAI CHI FOR HEALTH AND HEALING ............................................ 9
    14. HEALTHY GUMMY CANDY FOR YOUR FAMILY ........................... 9
    15. CAN’T SLEEP? NATURAL REMEDIES FOR INSOMNIA ............... 10
FOR THE HOME
    16. BEESWAX—MAKE YOUR OWN CANDLES .................................. 10
    17. HOW TO CAN VEGETABLES .......................................................... 10
    18. BEEKEEPING ................................................................................... 10
ARTS, CRAFTS AND MUSIC
    19. INTRODUCTION TO WATERCOLORS ............................................ 11
    20. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY FUNDAMENTALS ................................ 11
    21. SEWING FOR EVERYONE............................................................... 11
    22. JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHY ............................................................ 11
FITNESS AND DANCE
    23. COUNTRY LINE DANCING ............................................................. 12
    24. BALLROOM DANCING FOR BEGINNERS ..................................... 12
    25. BALLROOM DANCING—INTERMEDIATE ..................................... 12
    26. ZUMBA-TUESDAYS ......................................................................... 12
    27. ZUMBA-MONDAYS ................................. .. ..................................... 12
    28. CARDIO SCULPTING WITH STACEY ............................................. 12
    29. LIGHT WEIGHTS FOR WOMEN ...................................................... 12
    30. CORE AND CARDIO—FIGHT THE BELLY FAT ............................. 13
    31. GENTLE YOGA ................................................................................ 13
    32. MEN’S BASKETBALL ...................................................................... 13
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GARDENING
   33. RAISED BED GARDENING .............................................................. 14
   34. VEGETABLE GARDENING FOR BEGINNERS ................................ 14
   35. EASY COMPOSTING ....................................................................... 14
LANGUAGE
    36. AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ........................................................ 15
    37. JAPANESE FOR BEGINNERS II ..................................................... 15
    38. SPANISH I ........................................................................................ 15
    39. SPANISH II ...................................................................................... 15
DRIVING
    40. DEFENSIVE DRIVING—SATURDAY............................................... 16




              When schools close early or for the day due to weather
             conditions or emergencies, Continuing Education classes
            are also canceled. School closings due to weather or emer-
            gencies will be announced on WHUD and on the district’s
                       web page: www.lakelandschools.org
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                                    SWIMMING
ALL SWIM CLASSES ARE HELD                     2. Aqua Aerobics
AT THE LAKELAND COPPER                        PLEASE SPECIFY A OR B SESSION
BEECH MIDDLE SCHOOL POOL                      A) 12 WEEKS—MONDAYS
                                              7:00-8:00 PM
                                              2/24-6/15 (SKIPS 3/9, 4/6, 4/13, 5/25, 6/8)
                                              FEE: $120
1. Deep Water Workout                         OR
PLEASE SPECIFY A OR B SESSION                 B) 12 WEEKS—THURSDAYS
A) 12 WEEKS—MONDAYS                           6:00-7:00 PM
6:00-7:00 PM                                  2/27-5/28 (SKIPS 4/9 AND 5/14)
2/24-6/15 (SKIPS 3/9, 4/6, 4/13, 5/25, 6/8)   FEE: $120
FEE: $120                                      A full body water workout program de-
OR                                            signed to help you lose weight and tone
B) 12 WEEKS—THURSDAYS                         with non-impact exercises.
7:00-8:00 PM                                Instructor: Sunny Kelner
2/27-5/28 (SKIPS 4/9 AND 5/14)
FEE: $120
Shed pounds while having fun with this full
body workout in deep water using a water
belt for buoyancy. Non-impact jogging and
muscular toning. Materials: Water Jogging
belt—available from instructor for $20.
Instructor: Sunny Kelner




                       CAREER AND FINANCIAL
3.   Getting Great Real Estate                4. Entrepreneurship
     Deals When Buying or                     1 CLASS, THURSDAY, 3/19
                                              8:00-10:00 P.M. / LCBMS-102
     Selling in Difficult Times               FEE: $40
1 CLASS, THURSDAY, 3/19
                                              Learn behind-the-scenes information about
8:00-10:00 P.M. / LCBMS-101
                                              starting a successful home-based second
FEE: $40
                                              income. An optional materials fee of
Because of difficult times in the economy,
                                              $20.00 is payable to the instructor.
there are some great deals in real estate.
                                              Instructor: Beverly Nathan
Learn the pros and cons of foreclosures,
short sales, rent with option to buy, owner
financing, buying for no money down, and
more. An optional materials fee of $20.00
is payable to the instructor.
Instructor: Richard Nathan
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              CAREER AND FINANCIAL (CONTINUED)
    5. Retirement Planning                          8. How to Leave Money to
    3 WEEKS, THURSDAYS, 4/30-5/14                       Your Heirs and Protect
    7:00-9:30 P.M. / LHS - LIBRARY                      Your Assets
    FEE: $40                                        1 CLASS, WEDNESDAY, 4/22
    The strategies used during the accumula-        6:30-8:30 P.M. / LCBMS-101
    tion phase are very different than the strat-   FEE: $35
    egies used during the distribution phase.       The first hour covers methods to ensure
    Come learn to allocate your investments         life savings are passed down to loved
    for your retirement, the basics of financial    ones, that your estate is protected, and
    planning and strategies to combat inflation     your last wishes fulfilled. We discuss the
                                                    advantages and disadvantages of wills
    along with determining your insurance           and revocable living trusts, reducing or
    needs and what estate planning tech-            deferring taxes, and avoiding problems
    niques and documents you need for the           that may arise out of the probate process.
    distribution and management of your es-         The second hour focuses on ways seniors
    tate. There is an additional workbook fee       can protect assets from medical costs,
    of $30 payable by check to Steven               maintain financial and medical control, or
    Klimaszewski (one workbook per couple).         assign decisions to a trusted person. Top-
    Instructor: Steven T. Klimaszewski, CFP,        ics include long-term care, asset-
    CFS and Scott M. Turner, CFP, FSA               protection, applying for Medicaid, the look-
                                                    back period, asset transfer do’s and
    6. Investing Secrets for the                    don’ts, setting up a trust, nursing-home
                                                    expenses, the role of an elder-law attor-
        Common Investor                             ney, and more.
    1 CLASS, THURSDAY, 3/19                         Instructor: Michael J. Greenberg, Esq.
    6:00-8:00 P.M. / LCBMS-101
    FEE: $40                                        9. Medicare 101
    Have you just come into some money or           1 CLASS, THURSDAY, 4/16
    have some to invest? In this lively, fact-      6:00-8:00 P.M. / LCBMS-101
    packed seminar, learn how not to be
                                                    FEE: FREE
    ripped off. The instructor is not a sales-
    man and will be straightforward on car          Are you currently enrolled in Medicare?
    buying, leasing, insurance, long-term care      Will you be turning 65 over the next year
    insurance, investing with a financial plan-     or two? Learn about how and when to en-
    ner, or investing on your own, etc. An          roll, when you can make changes, and the
    optional materials fee of $20.00 is payable     insurance options available to you. Review
    to the instructor.                              and compare Medicare Parts A, B, C and
    Instructor: Richard Nathan                      D. Explore and evaluate Original Medi-
                                                    care, Medicare Supplement Insurance,
    7.   Drastically Cut Costs in                   Prescription Drug Plans and Medicare
                                                    Advantage Plans. This program will sim-
         Difficult Financial Times                  plify the choices you need to make, help
    1 CLASS, THURSDAY, 3/19                         you become more well-informed and ex-
    6:00-8:00 P.M. / LCBMS-102                      plain what Medicare means for you.
    FEE: $40                                   Instructor: James Farnham, MS, MBA
    Are you trying to drastically cut costs in
    these difficult financial times? Bev Na-
    than, a consumer advocate, will explain
    how to save thousands with no-load mutu-
    al funds, credit unions, buying used cars,
    and more. An optional materials fee of
    $20.00 is payable to the instructor.
    Instructor: Beverly Nathan
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               HEALTH, WELLNESS, INNER SELF
10. Get Rid of Cellulite for                    strategies to help break sugar’s hold on
    Good                                        you. Take home proven techniques, sim-
1 CLASS, MONDAY, 3/23                           ple recipes and a whole lot of inspiration
7:30-9:00 P.M. / LCBMS-101                      to help you build a sugar free life. You will
FEE: $15 (NO SENIOR DISCOUNT)                   be happier and healthier.
Exercise, diet and expensive creams and         Instructor: Susan Rubin
treatments will not get rid of cellu-           13. Tai Chi for Health and Heal-
lite. Learn what cellulite really is, how you
got it and how to get rid of it. Bonnie will    ing
show you what you can do to banish cellu-       8 WEEKS, WEDNESDAY, 2/26-4/29
lite with foods and oils you have at home,      (SKIPS 4/1 AND 4/8)
teas that flush out toxins, and ways to         7:00-8:00 P.M./ LCBMS-SMALL CAFE
massage cellulite away. Say goodbye to          FEE: $85
cellulite.                                      Tai Chi – Qi Gong, often called moving
Instructor: Bonnie Rogers                       meditation, is a powerful type of health
                                                exercise, which has been practiced for
11. It Takes Guts to be                         centuries by millions of Chinese people. It
    Healthy—The New                             is based on repetitions of sets of move-
    Probiotics                                  ments, specifically designed to benefit
1 CLASS, THURSDAY, 3/19                         health on many different levels, including
7:30-9:00 P.M. / LHS-190                        increased mind and spirit tranquility, im-
FEE: $15                                        proved performance in sports, and pro-
They say we are what we eat, but I like to      motes health, well-being, and long life. Qi
say we are what we absorb. If our diges-        Gong is easy to learn, enjoyable to do
tive tract is not working optimally, we         and can be modified to individuals abili-
aren’t nourishing our body and disease          ties. Students will learn several Qi Gong
happens. If you are living with fatigue,        ‘forms’ that will help to regain a healthy
stress, bloating, acid reflux, IBS, heart-      body and mind. Please wear comfortable
burn, or inflammation, join Bonnie to learn     clothing and shoes.
how diet can make all the difference in         Instructor: Shrfu Wendy Solomon
how you feel. Learn all about probiotics in     14. Healthy Gummy Candy
food and drinks and how simple changes
can make you feel good again.                       for your Family
Instructor: Bonnie Rogers                      1 CLASS, WEDNESDAY, 4/15
                                               7:30-9:00 P.M. / LHS-190
12. Sugar Addiction: How to FEE: $15 (NO SENIOR DISCOUNT)
     Beat It and Become a                      Learn how to make healthy "gummies"
     Healthier You                             that taste delicious and infuse your body
1 CLASS, WEDNESDAY, 3/4                        with good ingredients to build your im-
                                               mune system, clear up your gut, and
7:00-8:00 P.M. / LCBMS-333
                                               make you feel wonderful. Give your kids
FEE: $15
                                               “sweets” that keep them healthy. See how
Step off the sugar roller coaster. The food
                                               easy it is to make your own in class. Take
industry would like you to think that its just
                                               some home, along with recipes to make
an empty calorie, but that is not the truth.
                                               more yourself. A $5 material fee for teas
Sugar is a toxic, addictive substance that
                                               and tastes is payable to instructor at work-
not only puts on weight, but can actually
                                               shop.
make you sick mentally and physically.
                                               Instructor: Bonnie Rogers
Susan will guide you through effective
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     HEALTH, WELLNESS, INNER SELF (CONTINUED)
 15. Can’t Sleep? Natural
     Remedies for Insomnia
 1 CLASS, TUESDAY, 3/31
 7:30-9:00 P.M. / LCBMS-101
 FEE: $15 (NO SENIOR DISCOUNT)
 Are you living with sleeplessness or in-
 somnia and walking through the day ex-
 hausted? Join us to learn simple herbal
 remedies, tools and foods to help you get
 to sleep and stay asleep. It’s time to feel
 energized again. A $5 material fee for teas
 and tastes is payable to the instructor.
 Instructor: Bonnie Rogers




                               FOR THE HOME
 16. Beeswax - Make Your                       17. How to Can Vegetables
     Own Candle                                1 CLASS, MONDAY, 3/25
                                               7:30-9:00 P.M. / LCBMS-338
 1 CLASS, TUESDAY, 3/24
                                               FEE: $15 (NO SENIOR DISCOUNT)
 7:30-9:00 P.M. / LHS-190
                                               Learn how easy it is to can and preserve
 FEE: $15
                                               vegetables that are tasty and cheap so
 Beeswax has been used throughout histo-
                                               that you can enjoy their taste all year long.
 ry, and is becoming popular again as we
                                               Canning is a lot easier than you think. Mar-
 look for pure and natural products. Learn
                                               garet will take you through step by step
 how to make a travel candle out of bees-
                                               using old family methods and recipes. This
 wax in a simple household container.
                                               is such a fun activity for families and
 Make your own simple beeswax salve for
                                               friends. A $5.00 materials fee is payable to
 dry hands and feet. A $10.00 materials
                                               the instructor to take home your own jar of
 fee is payable to the instructor to take
                                               veggies and recipes.
 home your own beeswax candle and in-
                                               Instructor: Margaret Von Der Meden
 structions.
 Instructor: Margaret Von der Meden            18. Beekeeping
                                               1 CLASS, WEDNESDAY, 3/18
                                               7:30-9:00 P.M. / LCBMS-101
                                               FEE: $15
                                               Become a beekeeper. Bees are fascinat-
                                               ing creatures and so essential for a healthy
                                               ecosystem. Learn everything you always
                                               wanted to know about bees, so you can
                                               get started in your own backyard. Learn
                                               necessary equipment, web sites for sup-
                                               plies, where to put your bees, and what to
                                               wear when you take care of them.
                                               Instructor: Margaret Von der Meden
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                             ARTS AND CRAFTS
19. Introduction to                               21. Sewing for Everyone
    Watercolors                                   6 WEEKS, WEDNESDAYS, 2/26-4/1
6 WEEKS, WEDNESDAYS, 2/26-4/1                     7:00-9:00 P.M. / LHS-122
6:30-8:30 P.M. / LHS-177                          FEE: $118
FEE: $100.00                                      Learn to sew. Make bags, aprons, skirts,
For beginners, this class will celebrate the      and dresses for yourself. Learn how to
expressive and creative side to painting in       hem a skirt, fix a button, and make basic
watercolors. It will emphasize in simple          alterations. You will learn the basics of
exercises how to mix colors, explore inter-       working your sewing machine, how to use
esting techniques, and clarify methods of         patterns, and do simple repairs. Save
painting still-life, landscapes, and portraits.   money as you make and fix your own.
This class will demystify the art of water-       Bring your own sewing machine to class.
color in an entertaining environment.             Instructor: Linda Speidel / Fabric Mart
Materials: 9x12 watercolor paper, Prang           22. Japanese Calligraphy
(or similar) box of 18 water colors, and a        1 SESSION, WEDNESDAY, 3/18
variety of water color brushes.                   7:00-8:30 P.M. / LHS-190
Instructor: James Sparks                          FEE: $20
                                                  Japanese Calligraphy is influenced by Zen
20. Digital Photography                           thought; each stroke and each character is
                                                  a reflection of the calligrapher’s own spirit.
    Fundamentals                                  In this beginner class, participants will
6 WEEKS, TUESDAYS, 2/25-3/31                      learn basic strokes by using a bamboo
7:00-9:00 P.M. / LHS– 177                         brush and black ink, then complete Japa-
FEE: $100                                         nese letters combining different strokes.
Photography, as a discipline, is a tool for  Instructor: Kazuko Omori
expanding self-awareness, creative poten-
tial and, most importantly, a design tool to
document important memories. Keeping
this in mind, the class will stress develop-
ing confidence in all aspects of camera
operations, lenses and lighting options to
enhance this potential for more personal
and mindful photographs. Although geared
to Digital Single Lens Reflex systems, this
approach also works well with advanced
point and shoot ‘’ fixed lens’’ cameras as
well. Editing, presentation and exhibiting
options also will be discussed. Bring cam-
era and any accessories to class.
Instructor: James Sparks
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                            FITNESS AND DANCE
23. Country Line Dancing                       27. Zumba—Mondays
8 WEEKS, MONDAYS, 2/24-4/27                    8 WEEKS, MONDAYS, 2/24-5/4
(SKIPS 4/6 AND 4/13)                           (SKIPS 3/9, 4/6, AND 4/13)
6:30-7:30 P.M. / BFES-APR                      6:30-7:30 P.M. / LCBMS—SMALL CAFE
FEE: $108                                      FEE: $108
Learn fun, popular line dances with a          See description of Zumba in Course #26.
country music flair. Have a blast, and get     Instructor: Miriam Loperfido
some great exercise. No partner needed.
Instructor: Cameron Kelly                      28. Cardio Sculpting with
                                                   Stacey
24. Ballroom Dancing for                       8 WEEKS, MONDAYS OR THURSDAYS
    Beginners                                  LHS-DANCE STUDIO
8 WEEKS, MONDAYS, 2/24-4/27                    FEE: $108 OR TWO FOR $190
(SKIPS 4/6 AND 4/13)                           SESSION 1: MONDAYS, 2/24-4/27
7:30-8:30 P.M. / BFES-APR                      (SKIPS 4/6 AND 4/13)
FEE: $108                                      6:25-7:25 P.M.
Enjoy weddings and parties once you know
how to dance. Learn swing dancing, cha-        SESSION 2: THURSDAYS, 3/5-5/14
cha, salsa, and foxtrot. Get up and join the   (SKIPS 3/19, 4/9, 4/23)
fun. Couples and singles are welcome.          7:00-8:00 P.M.
Instructor: Cameron Kelly                      UPDATE: CLASS WILL BE HELD ON
                                               3/19 AND 4/23. THURSDAY SESSION
25. Ballroom Dancing—                          WILL END ON 4/30.
    Intermediate                               Join Stacey in a motivational workout.
8 WEEKS, MONDAYS, 2/24-4/27                    Begin with 15 minutes of low impact warm
(SKIPS 4/6 AND 4/13)                           ups, followed by 30 minutes of single and
8:30-9:30 P.M. / BFES-APR                      combination power sculpting moves aimed
FEE: $108                                      at arms, legs, and glutes. Follow up with
Couples who have taken beginner social         15 minutes of core moves targeting abs
and swing dance and feel confident in the      and obliques. Strengthen your muscles
basic moves. Learn some exciting new           and raise your heart rate. Bring 4-6 lb.
moves to spice up your dancing. Singles        weights and a mat.
and couples are welcome.                       Instructor: Stacey Thompson-AFAA Certified
Instructor: Cameron Kelly
                                               29 Light Weights for Women
26. Zumba—Tuesdays                             6 WEEKS, THURSDAYS, 2/27-4/2
8 WEEKS, TUESDAYS, 2/25-4/21                   6:00-7:00 P.M./ VCES-LIBRARY
(SKIPS 4/7)                                    FEE: $65
5:30-6:30 P.M. / LHS—DANCE STUDIO              Using light weights and stretching, this
FEE: $108                                      gentle routine will help you increase flexibil-
Zumba is still the hottest workout around.     ity, build and tone muscle, and increase
Simple steps and the hottest Latin rhythms     metabolism. There are some standing and
let you shimmy and shake to a super body.      some sitting exercises. Ruane has over 25
Zumba is for all ages, with easy to follow     years of experience. She advises not to eat
steps and beautifying results.                 for one and a half hours before class, dress
Instructor: Suzi Myers Tipa                    in layers, bring water, and bring 1 and/or 2
                                               pound weights to class.
                                               Instructor: Ruane M. Edge
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             FITNESS AND DANCE (CONTINUED)
30. Core and Cardio- Fight                   32. Men’s Basketball
    the Belly Fat!                           12 WEEKS, MON. AND WEDS.
8 WEEKS, WEDNESDAYS, 2/26-4/22               2/24 TO 6/1
(SKIPS 4/8)                                  (SKIPS 4/6, 4/8, 4/13, 4/29, 5/25)
7:00-8:00 P.M./ LHS—DANCE STUDIO             8:00-10:00 PM / LHS-GYM
FEE: $108                                    FEE: $70
Robbin will inspire you to Lose inches       Play basketball at mixed levels of ability.
around your middle with this new class       Teams will change and rotate.
that combines low impact cardio with the     PLEASE NOTE PROGRAM CHANGES:
most effective core exercises to "whittle    Must pre-register before the start of the
your middle" The cardio component will       program.
burn the stubborn fat and the core com-      Sign up through the Lakeland District
ponent with streamline your abs giving       Office only (in person or by mail). Re-
you a better middle!! Round out the class    member to bring both a dark blue or black
with some light weights to tone your arms!   shirt and a white shirt to play in each
Please bring a mat and light weights.        night. Bring water.
Bring 3 lb. weights and a mat.               Instructor: Sal Santoro
Instructor: Robbin Realbuto

31. Gentle Yoga
6 WEEKS, TUESDAYS, 2/25-3/31
6:30-7:45 P.M. / VCES-MUSIC ROOM
FEE: $65
No experience necessary. Learn breath-
ing techniques and stretching to relieve
stress, and dip slowly into yoga poses.
The deep relaxation at the end of class
will make you very relaxed and peaceful.
Bring a yoga mat, water, and dress in
layers. Do not eat for an hour and a half
before class. Ruane has over 25 years
experience, and her motto is “de-stress
one person at a time.”
Instructor: Ruane M. Edge
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                                  GARDENING
 33. Raised Bed Gardening                      34. Vegetable Gardening for
     a.k.a. Square Foot Gar-                       Total Beginners
     dening                                    1 CLASS, THURSDAY, 3/26
 1 CLASS, TUESDAY, 3/17                        7:30-9:00 P.M. / LCBMS-338
 7:30-9:00 P.M. / LCBMS-101                    FEE: $15
 FEE: $15                                      Do you wish you could grow your own
 Don’t let poor soil or lack of space keep     vegetables but just don’t know how to get
 you from growing vegetables. Grow vege-       started? Susan will teach you all the ba-
 tables for your whole family in easy-to-      sics to get started this spring. Learn how
 make raised beds that you place in the        to pick the perfect spot, even if you just
 perfect spot. Bonnie will show you how to     have room for a pot on your porch. Learn
 build your beds and fill them with just the   how to get the soil ready to plant, and
 right type of soil. Learn which plants are    which are the easiest herbs and vegeta-
 just perfect for raised beds and produce      bles to grow to guarantee your harvest.
 lots of yummy veggies. Kids love this. You    Get your hands in the dirt and have some
 will be amazed at how much you can grow       fun.
                                               Instructor: Dr. Susan Rubin
 in a small space. Take home a grid of your
 new spring garden... all ready to plant.      35. Easy Composting
 Instructor: Bonnie Rogers                     1 CLASS, WEDNESDAY, 3/25
                                               7:30-9:00 P.M. / LHS-190
                                               FEE: $15
                                               Learn how to turn your kitchen scraps and
                                               yard waste into wonderful, nutrient rich
                                               organic compost for your yard. This
                                               course will undo the mystery around com-
                                               posting. Learn how to make a simple com-
                                               posting system for your home and yard
                                               that is odor free and doesn’t attract pesky
                                               animals.
                                               Learn about the latest in composit-
                                               ing....vermicomposting- using red wriggler
                                               worms to speed up the process and create
                                               great fertilizer.
                                               Instructor: Dr. Susan Rubin
Classes begin February 24, 2020                                     15

                                  LANGUAGE
36. American Sign Language 38 Spanish I
10 WEEKS, THURSDAYS, 2/27-5/7                  10 WEEKS, TUESDAYS, 2/25-5/12
(SKIPS 4/9)                                    **NOTE: MAKE UP CLASSES WILL BE
6:30-8:30 PM / LCBMS-102                       HELD ON WEDNESDAYS
FEE: $120                                      (SKIPS 3/10 AND 4/7)
This is an introduction to the study of        6:30-8:30 PM / LCBMS-310
American Sign Language in which both           FEE: $120
expressive and receptive skills are devel-     UPDATE: DELAYED START ONE
oped over a 10-week course period. Stu-        WEEK.
dents will learn basic skills to communi-      Thirty-five million Americans speak Span-
cate, how to fingerspell and use numbers       ish in the USA today; more than the other
correctly, and gain a better understanding     second languages combined. Our intro-
of the needs of deaf and hard-of-hearing       ductory course will give you basic skills in
people. Upon completion of the program,        listening, speaking, reading, writing and
students will comprehend ASL and ex-           vocabulary.
press themselves at a basic conversation-      There is a separate book/workbook fee of
al level.                                      $28.00 payable to Lakeland Continuing
(The textbook will be Learn American Sign      Education. Instructor: Lillian Goldsmith
Language— Special Edition, ISBN-               39. Spanish II
13: 978-1577151074, available on Ama-          10 WEEKS, THURSDAYS, 2/27-5/7
zon).                                          **NOTE: MAKE UP CLASSES WILL BE
Instructor: Jeremy Hua                         HELD ON WEDNESDAYS
37. Japanese for Beginners II                  (SKIPS 4/9)
10 WEEKS, TUESDAYS, 3/3-5/12                   6:30-8:30 PM / LCBMS-310
(SKIPS 4/7)                                    FEE: $120
7:00-8:30 PM / LCBMS-308                       UPDATE: DELAYED START ONE
FEE: $120                                      WEEK.
IThis course is perfect for advanced begin-    After a brief review of Chapters 1-8, we will
ners with a basic understanding of the         continue our studies to delve deeper into
Japanese language. Also suited for begin-      the Spanish language and continue to
ners who would like to learn quickly (extra    increase our listening,speaking, reading,
support provided). We will continue to         and
work on sentence structure, grammar, and       writing skills as well as some enriching
daily conversational skills as well as life-   culture studies in a non-threatening envi-
style in Japan. Instructor’s e-mail can be     ronment. Lets move forward and have fun
provided if you have any questions regard-     too.
ing the course.                                Same text and workbook as Spanish 1.
Instructor: Kazuko Omori                       Instructor: Lillian Goldsmith
16                    Classes begin February 24, 2020


                                       DRIVING

 40. Defensive Driving-Point Insurance Reduction
  1 DAY / SATURDAY / APRIL 18 / 8:30-3:00 PM /LHS-LIBRARY/ $40 (BRING
 LUNCH)
 As the primary driver of your vehicle, you will receive a 10% reduction in your base
 collision, liability, and no-fault premiums for three (3) years, and a reduction of up to
 four (4) points off your license for moving violation convictions. Please bring a pen
 and your driver's license to class. NO SENIOR DISCOUNT.
 Instructor: John Hamilton




                                          Questions?
                                          E-mail us at
                               Continuinged@lakelandschools.org
Classes begin February 24, 2020                17




                 Unscheduled School Closings:

When schools close early or for the day due to weather conditions
or emergencies, Continuing Education classes are also canceled.

 Unscheduled school closings will be announced on WHUD and
     on the district’s web page: www.lakelandschools.org


                  Scheduled School Closings:

        There will be no Continuing Education Classes on:
             April 6 through April 13 (Spring Recess)
April 30 at Elementary Schools (1/2 Day for Parent Conferences)
        May 22 through May 25 (Memorial Day Weekend)
            May 26 (Superintendent’s Conference Day)

      (Other closings may be required for building events)
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                      SENIOR CITIZEN FEES
     No senior discount for classes costing $20.00 or under.
     Senior fees accepted for all other classes unless otherwise
     indicated in course description:

     REGULAR FEE     SENIOR FEE      | REGULAR FEE      SENIOR FEE
           $ 15            $ 15            $ 85              $ 68
           $ 25            $ 20            $ 98              $ 78
           $ 35            $ 28            $100              $ 80
           $ 40            $ 32            $108              $ 86
           $ 50            $ 40            $118              $ 95
           $ 60            $ 48            $120              $ 96
           $ 65            $ 52            $190              $152
           $ 75            $ 60




      E-mail: continuinged@lakelandschools.org

            Website: www.lakelandschools.org
Classes begin February 24, 2020                               19

                REGISTRATION—SPRING 2020
      Please complete the form and mail to: Lakeland Continuing
Education, 1086 East Main Street, Shrub Oak, NY 10588.
     Make checks payable to Lakeland Continuing Education. You are
enrolled as soon as we receive your registration form and fee.
     Confirmation letters will not be sent. Courses may be cancelled
if enrollment is insufficient, in which case notifications will be sent.
Cancelled classes will also be listed on the web site
(www.lakelandschools.org). Separate checks for each course are appre-
ciated.

   Please note a $30.00 service charge will be imposed on
deposited checks returned unpaid by our bank.

NAME:         ___________________________________________

ADDRESS:      ____________________________________________

              ____________________________________________


℡    PHONE: __________________________________________
   CELL:       ___________________________________________

 EMAIL:         ___________________________________________

Emails are used to notify of course cancellations.
Do you check yours regularly? YES _______            NO _________



Course # ________ Title:
________________________________

            Session 1 or 2 (only if applicable): _____________________


Fee for course : ________________      Number of Participants:
_______

Amt. Due: _____________________
          (Senior fees (62 and over) are on page 18)



   PLEASE SUBMIT ONE FORM AND ONE CHECK PER CLASS.
THANK YOU.


For Office Use:
Received & Registered on: ____________________________
Funds Deposited on: _________________
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 Spring       2020Classes begin February 24, 2020                     Non-Profit
                                                                     U.S. Postage
Office of Continuing Education                                          PAID
Lakeland Central School District                                  WHITE PLAINS, NY
1086 East Main Street                                              Permit No. 889
Shrub Oak, New York 10588
(914) 245-1700, ext. 39023



BOARD OF EDUCATION                     ADMINISTRATION
Becky Burfeind                         Dr. George E. Stone, Superintendent of Schools
Angela Conti                           James Van Develde, Director
Michael G. Daly, President             Donna Tulkin-Godoy, Registrar
Adam Kaufman
Denise Kness, Vice President
Robert E. Mayes
Rachelle Nardelli
Donald B. Pinkowsky
Karen Pressman




       TO: LAKELAND DISTRICT RESIDENT

♦    Register by Mail:     Save time! Use the application form on the last
     page of this brochure. Mail to the Lakeland Administration Building, 1086
     East Main Street, Shrub Oak, NY, 10588, Attention: Continuing Education.
♦    Drop Off Registration: Drop off your registration form any weekday
     between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.. (The district office is closed on 2/17 and
     open from 8:00 to 3:00 on 2/18)
♦    In-Person Evening Registration: You can also register at the Lakeland
     Administration Building, 1086 East Main Street, Shrub Oak (next to the
     John C. Hart Library) on February 19 from 5:00– 7:00 p.m.

    ***Registration begins as soon as the brochure is posted on the web-
                                   site***


             Classes Begin February 24, 2020

           E-mail: continuinged@lakelandschools.org

                   Website: www.lakelandschools.org
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