Kids - Midland College

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camps held on the Midland College campus are Lego Logo/Mania and Sciensational Workshops. At Midland College, three class periods are offered each ...

Welcome to Kids’ College at Midland College! Session I .............. June 11 - 21

Session II ............. July 9 - 19

KIDS’ COLLEGE is a summer enrichment program for students who will be completing the first through sixth grade this spring. The curriculum has been developed to offer courses for introduction and enhancement rather than for in-depth study. Every year, over 1,000 children participate in Kids’ College. The Kids’ College staff is looking forward to a very successful program of fun and enriching classes. This year classes will be offered off campus through COM Aquatics, Inc., and one week at Midland Community Theater. Morning camps held on the Midland College campus are Lego Logo/Mania and Sciensational Workshops. At Midland College, three class periods are offered each afternoon, Monday through Thursday, as Midland College is closed on Friday. Students can spend an hour and a half or the entire afternoon with us. Kids’ College registration will not be taken by phone. Registration questions can go to the Continuing Education office at (432) 685-4518.

www.midland.edu/kidscollege Online Registration Online registration will increase a student’s chances of getting into their favorite class(es). The date for online registration is Monday, April 2, at 9:00 a.m. Payment is due at the time of registration, which will ensure your child will be in the class of their choice. Lack of payment will result in child being dropped from course(s).

Pre-admission Forms In order to register online, pre-admission forms must be completed and received by the Kids’ College office, prior to registering online. Pre-admission forms will be accepted beginning Monday, March 5. It is preferred that you submit this form electronically at www.midland.edu/kidscollege or complete in full and return to Midland College Registrar’s office or Continuing Education office both located at the Scharbauer Student Center, 3600 N. Garfield or fax to (432) 685-6412.

Walk-in Registration

Lunch Programs for Camps Lego Logo/Mania - Session I, week one (June 11 - 14) Please enroll your child in this program if your child attends the Lego Logo/Mania in the morning and plans to attend Kids’ College in the afternoon. Kids can bring a lunch or enroll in the lunch program by paying for a four-day session. Session I (June 11 - 14 only) 12:00 - 12:30 Buy lunch: $15 Bring lunch: $0

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Midland Community Theatre - Session I, week one (June 11 - 14) Please enroll your child in this program if your child attends Midland Community Theatre in the morning and plans to attend Kids’ College in the afternoon. Parent Permission form must be submitted in order to ride the bus. Kids can bring a lunch or enroll in the lunch program by paying for a four-day session.

The date for walk-in registration is Monday, June 4 at the Registrar’s office or the Continuing Education office both located at the Scharbauer Student Center.

Session I (June 11 - 14 only) 12:00 - 12:30 Buy lunch: $15 Bring lunch: $0

Fee Schedule

Sciensational Workshop for Kids Make It and Take It Home Science Workshop Session I, week one (June 11 - 14)

Each Kids’ College class is $45 with supply fees that range from $5 to $25. Prices for COM Aquatics, Midland Community Theater, Lego Logo/Mania, and Sciensational Workshop classes will differ.

Student’s Grade Level To be eligible for Kids’ College, students must have finished grades 1st through 6th in school year 2011-2012. No exceptions will be made. Camp Information and Transportation (more information on page 13). Fastforward Kids is offering Lego Logo/Mania! Sciensational Workshops for Kids, Inc. is offering Make It and Take it Home - Science Projects you take home and Egyptian Dig, Burial Treasure Digs. COM Aquatics, Inc., 3003 N. “A” Street

Please enroll your child in this program if your child attends the Sciensational workshop in the morning and plans to attend Kids’ College in the afternoon. Kids can bring a lunch or enroll in the lunch program by paying for a four-day session. Session I (June 11 - 14 only) 12:00 - 12:30 Buy lunch: $15 Bring lunch: $0

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Egyptian Dig - Session I, week two (June 18 - 21) Please enroll your child in this program if your child attends the Sciensational workshop in the morning and plans to attend Kids’ College in the afternoon. Kids can bring a lunch or enroll in the lunch program by paying for a four-day session. Session I (June 18- 21 only) 12:00 - 12:30 Buy lunch: $15 Bring lunch: $0

Midland Community Theatre, 2000 W. Wadley. Midland ISD is not responsible for, and does not endorse the contents of any non-school literature that may be distributed on Midland ISD campuses as a service to students and families.

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Drop-off/Pick-up

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Carpool will be the located in the Allison Fine Arts parking lot. A map is available online at www.midland.edu/kidscollege at the Continuing Education office, or at the Registrar’s office. Please make sure that your child knows their schedule. We ask that all children go to carpool and not wait at other locations on campus. If you must park and pick up your child, please assist Kids’ College staff and wait for the flow of traffic to stop before stepping into the line of traffic. Security is essential to the safety of your children during Kids’ College and we appreciate your cooperation. Campus police officers will assist Kids’ College staff with traffic and your patience and cooperation is appreciated. Carpool will begin at 12:15 p.m. Staff will not be available before this time and we ask that you do not leave your child unattended. Last pick-up of the day will begin as soon as all children are at the pick-up site, which is usually 5:10 p.m.

Conduct

Since the purpose of Kids’ College is to provide an enrichment program, proper standards of conduct are necessary to protect the health, safety and well-being of all Kids’ College students. • Behavior that might interfere with the educational process is unacceptable. • Students will be respectful of other students and staff. • Students will be careful with college equipment, property, and the property of other students. • Safety of students is our first responsibility. Students MAY NOT GO ANYWHERE on campus without being accompanied by a staff member. • Parents will be contacted if their child is involved in any unacceptable situations during the day. If you have been contacted due to unacceptable behavior, you will be asked to pick up your child. • Staff members, have the right, at any time, to exclude any child from activities due to failure or inability to follow, as directed, any and all rules and/or policies for participants.

Health Concerns Kids’ College Coordinators have completed the requirements for Standard First Aid, Adult, Child & Infant CPR, Epi-Auto Injector, and Asthma Inhaler. Training was coordinated through the American Red Cross. If you have any concerns regarding your child’s health, please visit with the Kids’ College Associate Director at (432) 685-4724. Children with food allergies are advised not to enroll in a cooking class.

Schedules and Name Tags Since registration is online, Kids’ College will not print and mail class schedules, therefore, please print a copy of your child’s schedule at the time of registration. Please make sure that your child knows their class schedule before attending Kids’ College. In case of inclement weather, please keep a copy of this schedule so you will know the class and building your child is located in. Children will be given nametags during the first Kids’ College class. Nametags include a list of classes with room numbers and building names. Students are encouraged to wear their nametags for the duration, as this assists the Kids’ College staff.

Clothing

Students should dress in casual play clothes, with care given to appropriate clothing for special classes. If your child is in basketball or PE & More, they must wear tennis/running shoes to participate. Sandals and flip flops are not allowed on gym floors.

There will be a break between the second and third classes to allow for class changes and an organized “group” refreshment break.

Lost and Found

All lost and found articles will be located in the Kids’ College office in Portable Building 7A or call (432) 686-4242.

T-shirts

Shirts will be given to all students in the 2:10 class on Tuesday of the second week of each Kids’ College session. If you are not enrolled in a 2:10 class, please pick up a t-shirt at the Kids’ College office on the second Wednesday of classes. Kids’ College office is located in Portable Building 7A or call (432) 686-4242. T-shirts cannot be replaced if students lose them. We encourage all students to wear their t-shirt on the last day of classes in each session. If you are enrolled in all Kids’ College sessions, you will receive one t-shirt during the first session.

The Department of Continuing Education’s mission is to provide to the diverse populations of Midland College’s community, quality, life-long educational opportunities for professional development and personal enrichment. The Community Programs Continuing Education (CPCE) Department has a long history of providing learning opportunities in the community. Courses occur throughout the year, vary in duration and occur on and off campus. Courses provided fall under three categories:

Personal Enrichment courses include dance, music lessons, drawing, painting, language, health and fitness and other special interest courses. College Classics is a program that provides a low cost, noncredit, opportunity for citizens fifty and over to broaden their knowledge in areas of interest in an informal educational setting. Students are charged a one-time fee of $25 to enroll in as many classes as they wish. Contact CPCE to be added to the mailing list. and Kids’ College Visit the Community Programs Continuing Education website at www.midland.edu/cpce. CPCE is always on the look-out for new courses and/or new instructors. If you are interested or know of someone who is, please call Brenda Cordero, CPCE Associate Director at (432) 685-4724 or email [email protected] Registrar’s Office Location Scharbauer Student Center (432) 685-5501 (432) 685-6401 (fax) CPCE Location Scharbauer Student Center (432) 685-4518 (432) 685-6412 (fax)

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Table of Contents Personal Development

Arts

Cartooning Fun...................................................................... 5

Babysitting ............................................................................. 9

Clay ....................................................................................... 5

Board Games Galore ............................................................ 9 Chess for Beginners .............................................................. 9

Performing Arts

Chess for Intermediate Players ............................................. 9

Circus Acts ............................................................................ 5

Cool Cooking ......................................................................... 9

Magic Fun.............................................................................. 5

Cup Stacking ......................................................................... 9

Cooking Up a Story ............................................................... 9

Get Your Computer On ....................................................... 10

Communications Roving Reporter .................................................................... 6 Spanish I ............................................................................... 6

Crafts Awesome Origami! ................................................................ 6 Bead It! .................................................................................. 6 Craft Mania ............................................................................ 6 Duck Tape Designs ............................................................... 6 Funky Foam .......................................................................... 7 Painting Extravaganza! ......................................................... 7 Sea Shell Crafting ................................................................. 7

Head to Toe......................................................................... 10 Kids in the Kitchen .............................................................. 10 My PC.................................................................................. 10 Sew Cool! ............................................................................ 10

Sports Archery I .............................................................................. 11 Archery II ............................................................................. 11 Baseball ............................................................................... 11 Basketball ............................................................................ 11 Cheerleading ....................................................................... 11 Flag Football........................................................................ 11 Golf ...................................................................................... 11 Gymnastics .......................................................................... 18

Science/Math Candy Chemists .................................................................... 7 Dominoes and Dice ............................................................... 7 Math Madness ....................................................................... 7 Ooey Gooey Science ............................................................ 8

PE & More ........................................................................... 18 Soccer ................................................................................. 18 Tennis .................................................................................. 18 Volleyball ............................................................................. 18 Wild & Crazy Kids ............................................................... 18

Pebble Pups .......................................................................... 8 Reptiles & Rodents................................................................ 8 Science Explorers 101 & 102 ............................................... 8

Camps COM Aquatics, Inc. ........................................................ 2, 14 Lego Logo/Mania............................................................ 2, 13 Midland Community Theatre .......................................... 2, 16 Sciensational Workshop for Kids ................................... 2, 13

Office Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 4

Summer Office Hours Monday - Thursday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Arts

Performing Arts

Cartooning Fun

Circus Acts Bevra Carruth

Kristi Shirley

Love to draw? Come spend time drawing your favorite cartoon characters. Learn basic elements of drawing funny faces, caricatures and create a cartoon t-shirt. For extra fun, we will draw a favorite cartoon on a t-shirt. Supplies: $15 supply fee, solid white t-shirt.

In this class, you will learn to juggle and make balloon animals. Tell your friends and join this fun filled class! Supplies: $15 supply fee.

Session I 5423 113Q (01) 5017 113Q (02)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 1 - 3

Session II 5424 114Q (04) 5018 114Q (05)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 1 - 3

Session I 5408 113Q (02) Session II 5409 114Q (05)

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grades 1 - 6

July 9 - 19 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 1 - 6

Clay Eric Vickery This course is a hands-on experience for anyone interested in creating with clay. Each student will be instructed in various hand building projects using pinch, coil and slab methods. Texture and colored slip decoration will be emphasized. Supplies: $15 supply fee. Plastic dry cleaner bags, margarine tub with lid and an old shirt. Session I 5400 113Q (01) 5000 113Q (02) 5001 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3

Session II 5401 114Q (04) 5002 114Q (05) 5003 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3

Magic Fun Jack Pallick (Magic by Jack) Join this class and learn fun magic tricks! Each day the kids learn a new trick and they get to keep the tricks. Each session is different and they will get eight different tricks! After this class, you will be able to go home and impress your family and friends! Supplies: $25 supply fee. Session I 5708 113Q (01) 5709 113Q (02) 5710 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5711 114Q (04) 5712 114Q (05) 5713 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

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Communications

Crafts

Roving Reporter

Awesome Origami Katanna Zachry

Tonia Martindale

Students will create a newspaper covering Kids’ College activities. Supplies: $15 supply fee.

Enroll in this new and fun class and have an awesome time learning Origami! Origami is Japanese paper folding and students will form animals and many other items. Supplies: $15 supply fee.

Session I 5433 113Q (01)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm

Session II 5434 114Q (04)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6

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June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Bead It! Staff Beading class where students make pony bead animals, earrings, bead charm bracelets, handmade dough beads (make), beaded-sequin-jeweled picture frame, rolled paper beads and more. Supplies: $10 supply fee. Session II 5783 114Q (04) 5784 114Q (05) 5785 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Craft Mania Melissa Johnson

Spanish I Amy Davenport Learn Spanish the super-fun way! Students will sing, play games and learn to communicate using basic Spanish phrases in an amusing and memorable way. Your child is guaranteed to leave each day having learned something new. Best of all, students will cook delicious Mexican cuisine and make piňatas. Supplies: $10 supply fee Session I 5057 113Q (01) 5058 113Q (02) 5474 113Q (03) Session II 5059 114Q (04) 5475 114Q (05) 5476 114Q (06)

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June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6

Have fun and be creative! Each session offers something different. This class will allow you to make things for everyone in your family. Come on and join the fun! Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5029 113Q (01) 5030 113Q (02) 5047 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3

Session II 5031 114Q (04) 5032 114Q (05) 5048 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3

Duck Tape Designs Becky Patton Making items such as wallets, folders, purses, bracelets and much, much more out of all kinds of tape! Join the latest fad and be hip! Supplies: $20 supply fee. Session I 5419 113Q (02) 5420 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 3 - 6 grades 3 - 6

Session II 5421 114Q (05) 5422 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 3 - 6 grades 3 - 6

Funky Foam Staff Foam! Foam! Foam! This class is lots of fun and a great way to express your creative side. Students will use foam stickers to make hats, airplanes, photo frames, crosses, bracelets and much more! Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5042 113Q (01) 5043 113Q (02) 5454 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3

Science/Math Candy Chemists Christina Flores & Ted Bridges Have fun learning the science behind making sweet treats such as rock candy, ice cream, flowing kryptonite bark and much more. Who knew science could be so sweet? Supplies: $15 supply fee Session I 5049 113Q (01) 5050 113Q (02) 5459 113Q (03) Session II 5051 114Q (04) 5052 114Q (05) 5460 114Q (06)

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June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Dominoes and Dice Kristi Shirley In this class, kids will learn and play games such as dominoes and dice games. Kids will be challenged daily to complete tasks using everyday household items. This class is structured after the tv game show, “Minute to Win It”. Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5706 113Q (03)

Painting Extravaganza! Michele Van Stavern

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June 11 - 21 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

July 9 - 19 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

A fun introduction to painting techniques such as, water colors, acrylic, stamping and marble painting. Come join the fun! Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5036 113Q (02) 5449 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Session II 5451 114Q (05) 5037 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 1 - 3

Sea Shell Crafting Linda Newkumet There is no end to the things you can do with a pile of shells and a little imagination. You may bring shells from home and shells will be provided to make crafts such as picture frames, bird houses and much more! Permission slip to use hot glue guns must be submitted in order to use in class (see page 20). Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5429 113Q (01) 5430 113Q (02) 5472 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6

Math Madness Tana Villela Add, subtract and multiply using fun math games and manipulatives. In this fun class, kids will use calculators, tantagrams, puzzles, cards, dominoes and much more to improve math skills! Session I 5046 113Q (01) 5461 113Q (02) 5462 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 2 grades 3 - 4 grades 5 - 6

Session II 5790 114Q (04) 5791 114Q (05) 5792 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 2 grades 3 - 4 grades 5 - 6

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Science/Math - continued Ooey Gooey Science Elizabeth Lee & Jessica Lujan Get in on the fun and learn science the ooey gooey way! This hands-on class involves experiences in life, physical and earth science. You will build, explode, make, and create all the while getting really ooey gooey! Supplies: $15 supply fee and some items from home. Supply list will be available online or in the Continuing Education office. Session I 5019 113Q (01) 5020 113Q (02) 5427 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Session II 5021 114Q (04) 5022 114Q (05) 5428 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Reptiles & Rodents Jan McArthur & Sharon Sullivan Don’t go to the zoo. Let the zoo come to you! Have lots of fun while learning responsible care for some of today’s most popular pets. In this hands-on class, we will have as classmates: turtles, tarantulas, hissing roaches, snakes, lizards, frogs, insects, hedgehogs, rats, mice, hermit crabs and maybe some surprises! Supplies: $5 supply fee. Session I 5023 113Q (01) 5024 113Q (02) 5437 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Session II 5025 114Q (04) 5026 114Q (05) 5438 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Science Explorers 101 Sheri Vosburg In this class, students will work on science experiments and learn about our world through science. If you attended this class last year, come on back! The instructor will have completely different experiments from last year. Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5033 113Q (01) 5445 113Q (02) 5446 113Q (03)

Pebble Pups - Geology 101 Midland Gem & Mineral Society Experience the fun, facts and fantasy of rocks and minerals. Learn how rocks are formed and how to identify the more common types. Start your own rock and mineral collection. Acquire the basic knowledge and tools to fully appreciate nature’s treasure. Specimens provided. Session I 5443 113Q (01)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm

Session II 5444 114Q (04)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm

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grades 3 - 6 grades 3 - 6

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 2 - 3 grades 4 - 5 grades 6

Science Explorers 102 Sheri Vosburg Students will work on science experiments and these experiments are different from Explorers 101! Come learn about our world through science. Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session II 5034 114Q (04) 5447 114Q (05) 5448 114Q (06)

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July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 2 - 3 grades 4 - 5 grades 6

Personal Development Babysitting Stephani Garcia Need to earn extra money? This American Red Cross course will teach you to be a responsible babysitter who understands children, prevents accidents, and can handle emergencies. Also, for those students who are 11 or older and successfully complete all requirements, the Red Cross will present you with a Certificate of Completion. Supplies: $20 supply fee for book and Red Cross program fee. Session I 5479 113Q (01) 5480 113Q (02) 5481 113Q (03) Session II 5482 114Q (04) 5483 114Q (05) 5484 114Q (06)

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June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6

Board Games Galore! Becky Patton Go back to old school with games such as Monopoly, Clue, Trouble and Uno. Learn strategies and at the end we will play bingo to win prizes. Supplies: $10 supply fee. Session I 5714 113Q (01)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

Session II 5715 114Q (04)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

Chess for Beginners Katanna Zachry Students will learn the basics of chess and design their own chess set. Supplies: $15 supply fee.

Cooking Up A Story! Laura Hymel Stories, food and fun… oh my! What happens if you give a mouse a cookie? Or when a froggy bakes a cake? Great stories will lead us on wonderful cooking adventures! So run, run, as fast as you can. We might catch up to the gingerbread man! Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5742 113Q (01) 5743 113Q (02) 5744 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5745 114Q (04) 5746 114Q (05) 5747 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Cool Cooking Melanie Hurta Have fun learning to prepare snacks, desserts, salads, and yummy treats without using the oven! This year there are new recipes to try as well as old favorites such as, Oatmealies, white chocolate chex mix, fruit pizza, dirt cake, fruit smoothies, and other yummy new treats are just a few of the goodies you will learn to make!. Come join the fun! Children in grades 4 - 6 will be cooking with heat. Children with food allergies are advised not to take this course. Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5011 113Q (01) 5012 113Q (02) 5413 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Session II 5013 114Q (04) 5014 114Q (05) 5414 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Cup Stacking Kristi Shirley

Katanna Zachry

We will learn how to do the sport of cup stacking or speed stacking as it may be known to some. We will start with the very basic steps and finish with the complete “Cycle Stack” which is the ultimate challenge. This is an all-level course, so if you have never done any cup stacking or if you have and think you are a master stacker, you can all join in on the fun. Students will learn the following: ◦The 3-3-3 Stack ◦The 3-6-3 Stack ◦The 3-2-1 Method ◦The Cycle Stack

Students will learn about the history of the game and will have opportunities to improve their skills and strategies. Supplies: $15 supply fee.

We will have tournaments and completions for best times and run relay races and do other activities with our learned skills.

Session I 5435 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6

Session I 5004 113Q (01)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

Session II 5436 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6

Session II 5005 114Q (04)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

Session I 5417 113Q (02)

June 11 - 21 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 3 - 6

Session II 5418 114Q (05)

July 9 - 19 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 3 - 6

Chess for Intermediate Players

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Personal Development continued Get Your Computer On! Amy & Kylie Herring We will use a variety of fun computer programs to create avatars, work with pictures and create videos. We will be using Voki, Animoto, Photostory, Wordle, Comic Creator and Glugster. Session I 5464 113Q (01)

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grades 4 - 6

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm

grades 4 - 6

Kids in the Kitchen Brandie Gillette Kids will have a blast learning to make simple sweet treats and healthy snacks like pretzel s’mores, apple nachos, quesadillas, fruit smoothies, homemade ice cream and so much more! These recipes are great for kids because they can be safely made with little help from adults. All of the recipes are EASY and FUN for the kids to make at home too! Children with food allergies are advised not to take this course. Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5053 113Q (01) 5054 113Q (02) 5477 113Q (03) Session II 5055 114Q (04) 5056 114Q (05) 5478 114Q (06)

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grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

My PC Hannah Strope This class will teach better typing, basic computer maintenance, and the use of productivity software like Microsoft Office. Session I 5455 113Q (01) 5456 113Q (02) 5044 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6 grades 1 - 3

Session II 5457 114Q (04) 5458 114Q (05) 5045 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6 grades 1 - 3

Sew Cool! Dana Bradford & Melinda Tolles Come explore and relax in the world of hand sewing. We will add new projects along with some favorites as we sew, finger crochet and use student size weaving looms. Whether you are brand new to sewing or have sewn something before, we will celebrate your personal talent and encourage you to take your sewing imagination to a new level! Supplies: $15 supply fee.

Head to Toe Kristi Owens Have you ever wondered how your favorite celebrities get that look? Taking care of your skin, hair, and nails is necessary starting now! We will learn how to take care of our faces and hair to bring out the natural beauty in all of us. Manicure, pedicures, hairstyles, and more, the possibilities are endless! We will get real tips from cosmetologists and you will be a beauty expert when you complete this class! Supplies: $15 supply fee. Session I 5754 113Q (01) 5755 113Q (02)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 2 - 6 grades 2 - 6

Session II 5756 114Q (04) 5757 114Q (05)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 2 - 6 grades 2 - 6

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Session I 5027 113Q (01) 5439 113Q (02) 5440 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6

Basketball

Sports

Jimmy Patton

Archery I Aspen Proctor In this fun class, you will learn the basics and proper techniques of shooting a bow and arrow. You will also learn safety, form and consistency. Students will need eight arrows and a bow each with their initials or name. Options for the bow can be found at Big 5 or Academy. Highly recommended bow is the Barnet “Lil Sioux” Recurve Bow Set ($19.99), or the Barnet “Lil Banshee” Bow Set ($29.99) or equivalents to these two options. No Crossbows! Parents, please make sure that the student is able to pull the bow back comfortably. They will develop/train the muscle in class, however, too high of a poundage (difficulty in pulling bow back) can result in fatigue and/or strained muscles. Supplies: Bring your own bow (20-30 lbs.), arrows, an arm guard, and your own release aid, all marked with your name. Session I 5736 113Q (01) 5737 113Q (02)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5738 114Q (04) 5739 114Q (05)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Archery II Aspen Proctor If you have already learned the basics of archery, this class will refresh your basic skills and you will learn to shoot at different distances and different size targets. Archery I recommended before taking Archery II. Please see Archery I for recommended bows. Supplies: Bring your own bow (20-30 lbs.), arrows (no more than 12), an arm guard, and your own release aid, all marked with your name. Session I 5786 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

Session II 5787 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

Baseball Jonathan Giffen Come learn fundamentals of batting, catching, fielding and running bases. We will practice hitting, fielding and running. Supplies: Wear athletic shoes, socks and bring glove and cap, marked with your name on it. A bat is optional. Session I 5038 113Q (01) 5452 113Q (02)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Session II 5040 114Q (04) 5453 114Q (05)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

This course will teach basic skills and fundamentals in a fun and interesting fashion. We will play fun games and scrimmage. Supplies: Wear gym shoes, socks and preferably shorts. Session I 5415 113Q (01) 5015 113Q (02) 5779 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6

Session II 5016 114Q (04) 5416 114Q (05) 5780 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6

Cheerleading Staff You will cheer your team to victory after learning all about cheerleading! We will start with stretches; learn facial expression, voice readiness, simple formations, jumps, dance movements and cheers! We will improve coordination and listening skills, and learn to work together. Bring lots of energy and spirit! Supplies: Wear athletic shoes. Session I 5717 113Q (02) 5788 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5718 114Q (05) 5789 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Flag Football Nicko Gallegos This class is non-contact football. You will learn the rules and fundamentals of the game. Session I 5777 113Q (01) 5060 113Q (02) 5485 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 3 grades 1 - 3 grades 4 - 6

Session II 5778 114Q (04) 5486 114Q (05) 5061 113Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 4 - 6 grades 4 - 6 grades 1 - 3

Golf Staff Don’t get “teed off!” Come and learn the basics of golf: golf swing, long and short irons, putting, chipping and golf etiquette. Supplies: Bring your own clubs of suitable size (marked with your name), and wear a cap. Session I 5793 113Q (01) 5781 113Q (02)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm

Session II 5795 114Q (04) 5782 114Q (05)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm grades 1 - 6 2:10 - 3:30 pm grades 1 - 6 Sports continued on page 18 

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

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EVERY CHILD GETS A SHIRT!

T-shirts will be given to all students in the 2:10 p.m. class on Tuesday of the second week of each Kids’ College session. If you are not enrolled in a 2:10 p.m. class, please pick up a T-Shirt at the:

KIDS’ COLLEGE OFFICE - Portable Building #7A (432) 686-4242 on the second Wednesday of classes. We encourage all students to wear their T-Shirts on the last day of classes each session. If you are enrolled in all Kids’ College sessions, you will receive one T-Shirt during the first session.

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CAMPS Sciensational Workshops for Kids, Inc. SPACE IS LIMITED! Make It and Take it Home - Science Projects you take home

$140.00

In this hands-on, fun, and exciting program, you will discover how amazing science is. You will make and take home a wide assortment of toys designed to teach you science concepts in a hands-on way. Grow and take home a crystal tree. Make an energy bead bracelet and watch as those amazing beads turn from white to a rainbow of colors before your eyes. Build a working electric motor. Make your own sharpie pen T-shirt and learn some cool chemistry (student supplies a 100% cotton T-shirt). Make your own bubbling blobs and explore the properties of a density tube. Make silly putty—glowing goo—green flubber and other cool projects. By the way...we will make ice cream in our own amazing, different, Sciensational way! Session I: June 11 - 14 (four days only, first week of Session I) 5466 113Q (01) 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

grades 1 - 6

Eqyptian Dig - Buried Treasure Digs

$140.00

Children discover the amazing science of Archaeology as they uncover ancient artifacts. In doing this, we will learn about Egyptian life. We will excavate with tools like a real archaeologist uses. We will find the following artifacts as we excavate a scarab (what’s that?), hieroglyphic tablet, ankh symbol and a jackal. You will learn about this and even take home a booklet. The artifacts are yours to keep. We will wet the sand that we dig into and create one of two sand sculptures for display. You can make a pyramid as well as a sphinx. Let’s go back in time with a hand’s on archaeological experience! Session I: June 18 - 21 (four days only, second week of Session I) 5469 113Q (01) 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

grades 1 - 6

LEGO LOGO/MANIA at Midland College by FastForward Kids - $105 SPACE IS LIMITED! Lego Logo brings young technicians into a creative, engineering environment . Not found in stores, the special Lego Logo kits provide extraordinary opportunities for the hands-on construction. Under the guidance of a certified educator, along with detailed technical plans to follow, the participant will build robots, race cars, four-by-four trucks, cranes, pulleys, levers, and more during this energized week of discovery with Lego! Motivated by fun, creativity, and success, the young builder will expand knowledge of math, science, and technology in an exploratory hands-on cooperative environment. Lego Mania - No builder can say “Lego my Lego!” when engaged in the creative activities of LEGO MANIA! “Zillions” of pieces ensure that there is always enough for everyone! This innovative program for Lego buffs provides opportunities for imagination and hands-on learning under the guidance of a certified educator. Over 15 new games, projects and activities not found in stores will be planned and manipulated. Enrichment in the areas of personal creativity, following instructions, eye-hand coordination, problem solving, critical thinking and learning will be experienced as the child has the opportunity to construct dinosaurs, rockets, castles, airplanes, forts, cars, and much more! Session I: June 11 - 14 (four days only, first week of Session I) 5716 113Q (01) 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

grades 1 - 6

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CAMPS SWIM CAMP AT COM AQUATICS, INC., 3003 North A Street - $180 *Parents: For the following camp, drop-off and pick-up children at COM Aquatics, Inc. Our Aquatic Camp offers indoor swimming, diving, rope swing, boats, rafts, noodles, rings and lots of other games and activities. This camp is activity driven - utilizing four different pools, gymnastic room and trampolines! COM trained and certified coaches and camp counselors will introduce your child to the fun and safety of water activities, games, races and much more. Games and activities are designed to strengthen your child’s swimming and physical skills. Campers will reenergize with a snack provided by COM. Swim skills are assessed at the first session by our Professional Coaching Staff. Any camper needing additional help in the water (i.e., life jackets) will be equipped at that time. This way all campers can enjoy participating in all the games and water sports. This camp is NOT for non-swimmers, children must be comfortable in the water in order to enjoy camp. Enjoy Midland’s favorite aquatic summer camp! We guarantee they will come home happy and tired from a great day at the pool. Come experience the best part of summer…See you at the pool! Equipment needed: swimsuit, two towels and goggles Session I 5740 113Q (01)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

Session II 5741 114Q (04)

June 9 - 19 12:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6

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PARENT PERMISSION FORM FOR COM AQUATICS, INC. My/Our child is enrolled in “Swim Camp at COM Aquatics, Inc.” Session ___ from 12:40 - 5:00 p.m. I/We agree to drop my/our child off at COM by 12:40 pm. I/We hereby grant permission for my/our child to participate. I/We understand that adequate and appropriate supervision will be provided. I/We recognize, however, that unanticipated situations and problems can arise at any time, which situations or problems are not reasonably within the control of the supervising teacher(s) or staff. In the event of an injury requiring medical attention, I/we hereby grant permission to the supervising teacher(s) or staff to attend to my/our child. If the injury warrants further medical attention, I/we expect every effort will be made to contact me/us to receive my/our specific authorization before action is taken. If efforts to contact me are unsuccessful, I/we grant permission for necessary medical treatment to be given. In addition, I/we hereby give my permission to the supervising teacher(s) or staff to take my child to the physician, or to the hospital if an accident or serious illness occurs on the trip and I cannot be located. In the event that a student must return to Kids’ College independently for reasons of health, accident, failure to conform to rules established by the teacher in charge, etc., I/we agree to accept full responsibility for and to pay for the cost of medical care, transportation and other incidental expenses. This permission slip also serves as a contract that the student and parent(s) understand and agree.

Student Name (please print)

Parent/Guardian (please print)

Date

Parent/Guardian (signature)

Home Phone

Work Phone

Cell Phone

Student’s known allergies or significant medical history:

If the student requires medication, I understand that I will be obligated to ensure that the medication and the Medication Authorization Form are on record with the Kids’ College staff.

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Midland Community Theatre’s Summer Theatre School 2012

“A Cinematic Summer” Travel through time to far away places with such stories as The Time Warp Trio, Wishbone, and A Wrinkle In Time inspiring our journey. Join the Education Department at Midland Community Theatre and learn film acting basics through this unique project. Students involved in “A Cinematic Summer” will work to create film shorts with a time travel theme. Once post production is completed by the education staff, students will receive their own copy of the completed films to share with family and friends.

Session Information

Each session below meets from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, Monday through Thursday. Note, grade levels listed below are students’ grade level in Fall of 2012. June 4 - June 7 June 11 - June 14 June 18 - June 28

K - 6 grade K - 6 grade K - 9 grade

$65 for Nonmembers; $50 for Members $65 for Nonmembers; $50 for Members $150 for Nonmembers; $100 for Members

Receive a 10% discount if you register for all 3 sessions. Registration begins Tuesday, April 4th. Hurry and Enroll, Classes are limited! Midland Community Theatre will only be held during Kids’ College Session I from June 11 - 14 only. Due to conflicting schedules between MCT and MC, this year’s Theatre camp will only be held during week one of Kids’ College which is the week of June 11 - 14. TRANSPORTATION AND LUNCH WILL ONLY BE PROVIDED FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 11 - 14. For information regarding the Kids’ College lunch program, see information labeled “Lunch Program” on page 2. Kids’ College is for children that have finished 1st through 6th grades only and is from Monday through Thursday. Parents: Please drop-off your child/children at Midland Community Theater at 2000 W. Wadley. Transportation will be provided by Midland College from MCT only if children are enrolled at Kids’ College. Parents are responsible for picking up their child/children at MCT if they are not participating in Kids’ College. ‘Parental Permission Slip for Transportation’ must accompany registration for this class.

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PARENT PERMISSION FORM FOR TRANSPORTATION FROM MIDLAND COMMUNITY THEATRE TO MIDLAND COLLEGE KIDS’ COLLEGE I/We, the parents/guardians of , understand that Midland College will provide transportation from Summer Theatre School at Midland Community Theatre (MCT) to Kids’ College. My/Our child is enrolled in Summer Theatre School from June 11-14, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. I/We agree to drop my/our child off at MCT by 9:00 a.m.. I/We agree that my/our child will participate in afternoon classes beginning at 12:40 p.m. at Kids’ College and I/we are in accord with the purposes of and procedures governing the trip. I/We hereby grant permission for my/our child to participate. I/We understand that adequate and appropriate supervision will be provided. I/We recognize, however, that unanticipated situations and problems can arise at any time, which situations or problems are not reasonably within the control of the supervising teacher(s) or staff. I/We hereby release, absolve, and hold Midland College harmless with respect to liability in case of injury to my/our child while participating, including an accident, during transportation, in Kids’ College activities. In the event of an injury requiring medical attention, I/We hereby grant permission to the supervising teacher(s) or staff to attend to my/our child. If the injury warrants further medical attention, I/we expect every effort will be made to contact me/us to receive my/our specific authorization before action is taken. If efforts to contact me/us are unsuccessful, I/we grant permission for necessary medical treatment to be given. In addition, I/we hereby give my permission to the supervising teacher(s) or staff to take my/our child to the physician, or to the hospital if an accident or serious illness occurs on the trip and I/we cannot be located. In the event that a student must return to Kids’ College independently for reasons of health, accident, failure to conform to rules established by the teacher in charge, etc., I/we agree to accept full responsibility for and to pay for the cost of medical care, transportation and other incidental expenses. This permission slip also serves as a contract that the student and parent(s) understand and agree. Student Name (please print)

Parent/Guardian (please print)

Date

Parent/Guardian (signature)

Home Phone

Work Phone

Cell Phone

Student’s known allergies or significant medical history:

If the student requires medication, I understand that I will be obligated to ensure that the medication and the Medication Authorization Form are on record with the Kids’ College staff.

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Tennis

Sports (Continued)

Cindy Watts

Gymnastics, Stunts and Jumps Robert Pipes, Jr. Students will master certain stunts/fundamental’s that make-up beginners gymnastics. Session I 5719 113Q (01) 5720 113Q (02) 5721 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5722 114Q (04) 5723 114Q (05) 5724 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

PE and More Mary Duarte Come have fun with games and fitness. We will have modified games, lead-up games and actual games for all ages! Fitness Fun includes balls, hoops, jump ropes, and scooters, dodge yarn balls, ball busters and lots more. Being held in the newly remodeled gym! Supplies: $10 supply fee. Session I 5725 113Q (01) 5726 113Q (02) 5798 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5727 114Q (04) 5728 114Q (05) 5799 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Soccer Staff This class will teach children basic soccer skills, help them improve on the skills they have already developed, and they will have the opportunity to play fun and instructional games. Supplies: Wear tennis or soccer shoes, shin guards, socks and a hat. Session I 5748 113Q (01) 5749 113Q (02) 5750 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5751 114Q (04) 5752 114Q (05) 5753 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

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Learn the basics of the sport, including terms, rules and proper court etiquette! We will start with the proper grip, move to forehand and backhand strokes, then volley, serve and score! Learn about the court lines and the proper stance for all the strokes. There will be water courtside. You should wear play clothes, socks and tennis shoes. Supplies: $5 supply fee. A racket and cap or visor. Session I 5730 113Q (01) 5731 113Q (02) 5732 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5733 114Q (04) 5734 114Q (05) 5735 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Volleyball Mary Higby Come learn the fundamentals of volleyball: serving, setting, passing and then participate in games and scrimmages. Although this is an outdoor course, there will be plenty of water available. Come ready to have lots of FUN! Supplies: Wear tennis shoes, socks and sunscreen. Kneepads are optional but not necessary. Session I 5763 113Q (01) 5764 113Q (02) 5765 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5766 114Q (04) 5767 114Q (05) 5768 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Wild & Crazy Kids Patrick Ybarra and Thomas Ramos Almost anything goes! Come join the FUN! Wear old clothes and bring a towel because you never know what each day will bring. This class will develop sports skills, self-esteem and most of all ... the laughter muscles. Supplies: $10 supply fee. Session I 5700 113Q (01) 5701 113Q (02) 5702 113Q (03)

June 11 - 21 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Session II 5703 114Q (04) 5704 114Q (05) 5705 114Q (06)

July 9 - 19 12:40 - 2:00 pm 2:10 - 3:30 pm 3:40 - 5:00 pm

grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6 grades 1 - 6

Remember that it’s really HOT outside in the summer . . . so be sure to wear a hat or cap marked with your name!

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Index Archery I ................................................................... 11

Golf ........................................................................... 11

Archery II .................................................................. 11

Gymnastics ............................................................... 18

Awesome Origami ...................................................... 6

Head to Toe.............................................................. 10

Babysitting .................................................................. 9

Kids in the Kitchen ................................................... 10

Baseball .................................................................... 11

Lego Logo/Mania.................................................. 2, 13

Basketball ................................................................. 11

Magic Fun................................................................... 5

Bead It! ....................................................................... 6

Math Madness ............................................................ 7

Board Games Galore ................................................. 9

Midland Community Theater ................................ 2, 16

Candy Chemists ......................................................... 7

My PC....................................................................... 10

Camps ...................................................... 2, 13, 14, 16

Ooey Gooey Science ................................................. 8

Cartooning Fun........................................................... 5

PE and More ............................................................ 18

Chess ......................................................................... 9

Painting Extravaganza ............................................... 7

Cheerleading ............................................................ 11

Pebble Pups ............................................................... 8

Circus Acts ................................................................. 5

Reptiles & Rodents..................................................... 8

Clay ............................................................................ 5

Roving Reporter ......................................................... 6

COM Aquatics, Inc. .............................................. 2, 14

Science Explorers ...................................................... 8

Cooking Up a Story! ................................................... 9

Sea Shell Crafting ...................................................... 7

Cool Cooking .............................................................. 9

Sew Cool .................................................................. 10

Craft Mania ................................................................. 6

Soccer ...................................................................... 18

Cup Stacking .............................................................. 9

Spanish I .................................................................... 6

Dominoes and Dice .................................................... 7

Tennis ....................................................................... 18

Duck Tape Designs .................................................... 6

Volleyball .................................................................. 18

Flag Football............................................................. 11

Wild & Crazy Kids .................................................... 18

Funky Foam ............................................................... 7

Sea Shell Crafting Hot Glue Gun Parent Permission Form Hot glue guns are provided to students in the Sea Shell Crafting class. By signing below, you agree to allow your children to use these items in this classroom and acknowledge that there is a risk associated with their use. If a student does not have a permission slip and/or you choose not to allow your child to use these items, they will be provided tape and white glue. Parents, please discuss with your children that a hot glue gun is not a toy and that they agree to maintain mature and safe behavior while using them. Student Name (Please print) Parent Signature

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USE THIS PAGE FOR A WORKSHEET In order to expedite the registration process, please complete and use for registration in case of closure of classes.

DO NOT RETURN THIS PAGE WITH YOUR PRE-ADMISSION FORM. THIS IS FOR YOUR PLANNING ONLY!

First Choice Classes Course number

Course Name

Session

Time

Course Name

Session

Time

Course Name

Session

Time

Second Choice Classes Course number

Third Choice Classes Course number

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Kids’ College Request for Refund Date Prepared

Prepared By

Student Social Security #

Student ID (For office use only)

Student Name Mailing Address City

State

Contact Number(s): Home:

Cell:

Zip

Work:

Course Description Receipt #

Refund Amt. $

Course #

Refund Amt. $

Course #

Refund Amt. $

Course #

Course Description Receipt # Course Description Receipt # Reason for Withdrawal Parent Signature

Date

Approved (Continuing Education)

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REFUND POLICY Fee(s) will be refunded ONLY if a student withdraws by noon on the Thursday preceding the first day of the session (NO EXCEPTIONS). A $10.00 processing fee will be assessed. All “Request for Refund” forms may be completed in person at the Registrar’s office or the Continuing Education office located in the Scharbauer Student Center, by faxing to (432) 685-6412 or by going online to www.midland.edu/kidscollege. Refunds take up to 30 days to process.

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Kids’ College Pre-Admission 2012 It is preferred that you submit this form electronically at www.midland.edu/kidscollege or complete in full and return to: Midland College Registrar’s Office (Scharbauer Student Center), 3600 N. Garfield, Midland, Texas 79705, or fax to (432) 685-6401 or 685-6412.

Social Security Number Students will not be enrolled without their social security number. Last name

First name

Middle initial

Local address: Street City

State

Date of birth

Age

Zip

Sex

Ethnicity (please circle one): White

Grade completing now (must be in grade 1 - 6 in 2011 - 2012 school year)

Black

Hispanic

Have you attended Kids’ College before? Yes No Parent/Guardian

Home phone

Asian

Other

When?

Parent/Guardian

Name

Name

Day phone

Day phone

Cell phone

Cell phone

Email

Email

Tee shirt size:

American Indian

Child large

Adult med

Adult xl

Be sure to order largest possible size; these shirts will probably run small and student must accept the size ordered. Emergency Release Form If I cannot be reached to make plans for emergency medical care for my child at the time of an illness or accident, I,

give permission for Midland College staff to take my child,

to: or (Name of doctor)

(Name of hospital)

(Phone number of doctor)

(Phone number of hospital)

Student’s known allergies or significant medical history: I/We do hereby release, absolve, and hold Midland College harmless with respect to liability in case of injury to my/our child while participating in Kids’ College activities. Midland College takes photographs of Kids’ College activities for use in its publications, advertising and website to promote the Kids’ College program and Midland College in general. If you do not want your child’s pictures to be included in any of these promotional pictures, please designate as such. OK to include child in pictures

Please do NOT include my child in pictures

Refund policy: Class fees will be refunded only if a student withdraws by noon on the Thursday preceding the first day of the session (No Exceptions). A $10 processing fee will be assessed. Parent/Guardian’s signature

Date

Midland College is an equal opportunity employer/educator.

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