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* Community Education classes are self-supporting so fee waivers do not apply to any of the courses in this section of the schedule. All costs associated with these classes must be covered by the tuition gathered through registration.
If you have questions, please contact us at 360.416.7638 or via email at communityed@skagit.edu.

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Art

COLOR PENCIL MAGIC (Whidbey Campus)
Learn the basics of working with Prismacolor pencils. In-class practice, exercises and demonstrations will focus on basic use knowledge and techniques related to these vibrant wax based pencils. Join whether you are a beginner or more experienced. Individual attention will be given to develop your skills. Students will need to provide their own Prismacolor pencils. Contact Sharon.Hall@skagit.edu for additional supplies needed. Minimum class size is 6, maximum is 20.

7079   CART 060   AGW   5:00PM-7:00PM   M 1/30   C001   Hall S K   $45.00  Seats Avail: 13 of 20

Computer Training

Microsoft Excel - I Introduction (Whidbey Campus)
Turn your computer into something more than a 10-key adding machine! Learn to create professional-looking spreadsheets that do more than add a series of numbers. Learn about cells, columns, and rows, formatting tools, navigation, formulas, functions, headers and footers, saving and printing your spreadsheets. Students are provided with exercise files and an illustrated manual (digital file) covering the entire content of the class which may be printed for personal use. The manual includes step by step instruction and screen shots to aid in comprehension and retention outside of the classroom.

7182   CTI 020   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 2/25   A227   Fotheringham   $95.00  Seats Avail: 14 of 15


Microsoft Excel - III Advanced (Whidbey Campus)
This class covers: importing and exporting data, conditional formatting, named ranges, VLOOKUP, macros, pivot tables and charts, subtotals, group and outline, goal seek and solver, data tables , and data validation, protecting worksheets and workbooks, and tracking changes. Students are provided with exercise files and an illustrated manual (digital file) covering the entire content of the class which may be printed for personal use. The manual includes step by step instruction and screen shots to aid in comprehension and retention outside of the classroom.

7186   CTI 022   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 1/21   A227   Fotheringham   $95.00  Seats Avail: 12 of 14


Microsoft Word - I Introduction (Whidbey Campus)
Learn to create, format, save, edit, and print a variety of documents such as memos and letters, numbered lists, and tables. Work with tabs and learn to copy, cut and paste. Creating flyers and working with graphics will be introduced if time permits.

7180   CTI 010   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 1/14   A227   Sandberg B   $95.00  CLASS CLOSED


Quick Books I (Whidbey Campus)
This workshop covers setting up a company's basic financial information, files, chart of accounts and master lists. Topics include standard transactions such as checks, sales entries and deposits, sales tax entries and reports. Some computer experience is helpful.

7188   CTI 027   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 2/4   A227   Sandberg B   $95.00  Seats Avail: 12 of 15


QuickBooks - II Intermediate - The Basics Plus (Whidbey Campus)
This workshop builds on Intro to QuickBooks and covers payroll, inventory and job costing setup, transactions and reports. Covers additional transactions and reports as time permits.

7190   CTI 028   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 3/4   A227   Sandberg B   $95.00  Seats Avail: 13 of 15

Continuing Professional Education

Foot Health 101 (Whidbey Campus)
Foot health is important for our daily lives. Take advantage of this face-to-face class with a non-surgical foot healthcare practitioners, a Certified Pedorthist. After learning the foot structure and it's mechanics, you will understand how all foot deformities (such as bunions, hammertoes, flat feet), and aching feet (such as plantar fasciitis, heel spur, neuroma) are related to the fallen arches of the foot and learn how to bring the fallen arches back to normal. Learn the simple way of testing foot balance. Bring your orthotics or any form of inserts with you to be tested. This course will help you take better care of your feet.

6825   CPROF 091   AGW   9:00AM-11:00AM   Sa 1/28 to 2/11   A225   Chon I   $59.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24

English And Literature

Creative Writing (Whidbey Campus)
Hone your writing skills with riveting stories, unique poetry, unforgettable memoirs, or other creative genre. An atmosphere of friendly affirmation allows you to share ideas, build self-confidence, and even polish for publication if desired. (FULL QUARTER)

7005   CENGL 019   AGW   9:00AM-11:00AM   T   ANA   Warm S   $90.00  Seats Avail: 6 of 16

History

Today in History (Whidbey Campus)
Did you know that both Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin were born on February 12, 1809? Each week we will explore an important historical event that happened during that week. We will learn about a wide variety of people, places and events from ancient times to the 20th century. (FULL QUARTER)

7006   CHIST 030   AGW   1:00PM-3:00PM   Th   C005   Wallin D   $90.00  Seats Avail: 9 of 24

Physical Education

Mind and Body Coordination (Whidbey Campus)
This is a mental and physical discipline which cultivates calm, concentration, balance, posture, and correct movement. Consistent practice cultivates a strong mind that can relax, remain positive and persevere regardless of circumstance or environment. The physical requirements are low. It is designed to be applied to daily life. Instructor has 6 years of training with the Northwest Ki Federation. Read more at www.oregonki.org/programs-ki.php. (FULL QUARTER)

6802   CPE 016   AGW   5:00PM-6:00PM   T   A126   Manning B   $0.00  Seats Avail: 17 of 18


Senior Fitness (Whidbey Campus)
Class encourages range of motion, balance, strength training and cardiovascular exercises.

6810   CPE 025   AGW   2:00PM-2:50PM   MW 1/4 to 3/13   A126   Collins B   $54.00  CLASS CLOSED

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Computer Training

Microsoft Excel - I Introduction (Whidbey Campus)
Turn your computer into something more than a 10-key adding machine! Learn to create professional-looking spreadsheets that do more than add a series of numbers. Learn about cells, columns, and rows, formatting tools, navigation, formulas, functions, headers and footers, saving and printing your spreadsheets. Students are provided with exercise files and an illustrated manual (digital file) covering the entire content of the class which may be printed for personal use. The manual includes step by step instruction and screen shots to aid in comprehension and retention outside of the classroom.

7479   CTI 020   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 4/22   A227   Fotheringham   $95.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15


Microsoft Excel - II Intermediate (Whidbey Campus)
This six-hour class delves deeper into Excel to create more complex worksheets and workbook collaboration. Topics include: creating/formatting charts, more on formulas and functions, tables, sorting and filtering data, templates, and working with graphics. Students are provided with exercise files and an illustrated manual (digital file) covering the entire content of the class which may be printed for personal use. The manual includes step by step instruction and screen shots to aid in comprehension and retention outside of the classroom.

7483   CTI 021   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 5/20   A227   Fotheringham   $95.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15


Microsoft Word - I Introduction (Whidbey Campus)
Learn to create, format, save, edit, and print a variety of documents such as memos and letters, numbered lists, and tables. Work with tabs and learn to copy, cut and paste. Creating flyers and working with graphics will be introduced if time permits.

7465   CTI 010   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 4/29   A227   Sandberg B   $95.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15


Quick Books I (Whidbey Campus)
This workshop covers setting up a company's basic financial information, files, chart of accounts and master lists. Topics include standard transactions such as checks, sales entries and deposits, sales tax entries and reports. Some computer experience is helpful.

7490   CTI 027   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 4/8   A227   Sandberg B   $95.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15


QuickBooks - II Intermediate - The Basics Plus (Whidbey Campus)
This workshop builds on Intro to QuickBooks and covers payroll, inventory and job costing setup, transactions and reports. Covers additional transactions and reports as time permits.

7494   CTI 028   AW   9:00AM-4:00PM   Sa 5/6   A227   Sandberg B   $95.00  Seats Avail: 15 of 15

English And Literature

Creative Writing (Whidbey Campus)
Hone your writing skills with riveting stories, unique poetry, unforgettable memoirs, or other creative genre. An atmosphere of friendly affirmation allows you to share ideas, build self-confidence, and even polish for publication if desired. (FULL QUARTER)

7000   CENGL 019   AGW   9:00AM-11:00AM   T     Warm S   $90.00  Seats Avail: 16 of 16

History

Today in History (Whidbey Campus)
Did you know that both Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin were born on February 12, 1809? Each week we will explore an important historical event that happened during that week. We will learn about a wide variety of people, places and events from ancient times to the 20th century. (FULL QUARTER)

7001   CHIST 030   AGW   1:00PM-3:00PM   Th     Wallin D   $90.00  Seats Avail: 24 of 24