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PLEASE HAVE YOUR CHILD BRING

A DRINK AND SNACK TO HIS/HER CLASS(ES)

BABYSITTER SAFETY TRAINING AGES 11 1/2 & UP

This child-care safety education program teaches new and seasoned babysitters information on child development and practical childcare skills, basic first aid and how to handle emergencies, and the characteristics and responsibilities of a

successful sitter. A certificate is awarded at end of class. Please have your child bring SNACK(S) AND DRINK(S) with them to class.

9:00AM-noon WEDNESDAY 1 morning

ALDEN SCHOOL JULY 20$60

INSTRUCTOR: BETTE ANTONELLIS

Home Alone, Staying SafeAGES 9-11

Home Alone Staying Safe prepares 9-11 year olds for situations that can happen when staying home alone, from the unexpected knock on the door to the 911 emergency phone calls. This program, taught by health educators from South Shore Safety, covers safety to and from school, phone and food safety, first aid, choking prevention, Heimlich maneuver and street smarts awareness. Please have your child bring SNACK(S) AND DRINK(S) with them to class.

9:00AM -noon TUEsday1 MORNING

ALDEN SCHOOL JULY 26$65

INSTRUCTORS: BETTE ANTONELLIS AND DENISE LAIOSA

CPR FOR BABYSITTERS AGES 11 1/2 & UP

This American Heart Association CPR teaches skills in CPR and relief of FBAO (Foreign Body Airway 0bstruction) in responsive victim. The course presents

information about pediatric Chain of Survival, signs of choking in infants and

children, prevention of the most common fatal pediatric injuries, and reduction in the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. BRING A SNACK AND DRINK.

Students will receive a course completion card at end of course.

9:30AM-NOON tuesday1 MORNING

ALDEN SCHOOL JULY 26 $45

INSTRUCTOR: JANET FLETCHER

duxburys CHOPPED cooking competitionAGES 10-15

Duxbury Chopped is back to Duxbury and is looking for young chefs to compete. Each day of Chopped will bring a mystery basket of secret ingredients used to create any course from an appetizer and salad to an entree and dessert. Young chefs will be judged on taste, presentation, and creativity. Do you have what it takes to win Duxbury Chopped? All supplies andmaterials included. NOTE: Please indicate any food allergies at registration. Maximum # students 20.

9:00AM-NOON DHS A178 $150/WK

WEEK 1/AGES 10-15 TUE - FRI July 5-8

WEEK 2/AGES 10-15 MONTHU JULY 11-14

INSTRUCTOR: MATT SPRAGUE

parents only

Guiding Special Education Students

to OPTIMAL Achievement:

A Workshop For Parents

Maryellen Shalhoub, M.A. Ed.Psych/Special Education, offers valuable instruction to parents of students with special needs (elementary age and above) in this class. This 3 morning workshop will provide an overview of the evaluation process, how parents can prepare for participation in the process, the composition of the IEP, elements necessary for student optimal achievement, goal setting and follow through, and tips for parents to keep their eye on the target.

9 am-10:30am Tues, Wed, Thu 3 mornings

DHS A116 July 12, 13, and 14 $60

Instructor: Maryellen Shalhoub, DHS Special Education Teacher

COMPUTER CAMP AGES 8-13

Technology and fun are what computer camp is all about. Students will get the opportunity to work together and learn how to design their own websites, edit photos, create blogs, podcasts, videocasts, use Google Docs, and much more. Well also explore real world technology with the latest software from Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, and Adobe Photoshop. Students are welcome to bring in their iPad, iPod, or iPhone to use at computer camp because, after all, using and exploring the potential of our technological devices is what computer camp is all about! Max 20

9:00AM-NOON DHS RM A355 $130/WK

WEEK 1/AGES 8-13 MONTHU JULY 18-21

WEEK 2/AGES 8-13 MONTHU JULY 25-28

INSTRUCTOR: MATT SPRAGUE

LEARN TO PLAY STEEL DRUMSAGES 10-15

Learn to play steel drums, which come from the Caribbean island of Trinidad. Playing steel drums is a lot of fun and it is easy to play! Students will learn to play several songs, which will culminate with a mini-performance on the final morning. No prior musical experience necessary. Max # of students is 15

9:00AM - 10:00AM MON-THU 4 mornings

PAC SM RM JULY 18 - 21 $50

PLAY AND MAKE OWN DIDGERIDOO AGES 11 - 15

The didgeridoo is a traditional Aboriginal instrument from Australia. In this exciting class, students will learn both how to play and make their own didgeridoo out of PVC pipe. They will be guided through the process of painting and decorating an instrument. At the end of the week, students will take home their very own didgeridoo! No prior musical experience is necessary. All materials and supply costs are included in tuition. Max # of students is 12.

10:15AM - 11:30AM MON-THU 4 mornings

DMS ART rm B240JULY 18 - 21 $70

INSTRUCTOR: SAM SCHMETTERER is a music teacher in Duxbury.

DRIVERS EDUCATION SUMMER 16 COURSE

The five day Summer session of the Before and After Dark Drivers Education program will provide 30 hours of classroom instruction on June 23,24, 27, 28 and 29, 2016. Students must attend all 30 hours of instruction and if a class is missed, will have to wait until the Fall session to make it up. The Drivers Education program also includes a driving component consisting of 18 hours; 12 hours of in-car, behind-the-wheel training, and 6 hours of in-car experience observing other student drivers. All road practice and observation will take place by appointment with the driving instructor. Students must be 15 years, 9 months by the first day of class to be eligible to enroll. Class size is limited to 32 students. Priority registration is given to Duxbury residents through May 31st.

STUDENTS CLASSES

8:00AM-2:30pm THU/FRI/MON/TUE/wed 5 DAYS

DHS A116 JUNE 23,24,27,28,29 $600*

*Once the class begins, Drivers Education tuition is non-refundable

The Massachusetts junior operating license law also requires that one or both parents attend a 2 hour class about the junior operators laws and the driving and behaviors that their children will be learning.

PARENTS CLASS

6:00-8:00 PM MONDAY1 EVENING

DHS A116 JUNE 27 NO CHARGE

Don DellorcoClassroom instructor and Drivers Ed Program Coordinator

DRIVERS ED ON-LINE REGISTRATION BEGINS APRIL 26TH AT 7 PM

DRIVERS ED WALK-IN REGISTRATION BEGINS APRIL 27TH AT 9 AM