NEISD - Community Education

May we suggest the following courses?

Ladies Intermediate Golf with Hatha Yoga Basics

Golf and yoga? The parallels between the two are endless! Let R II M Golf lead the intermediate golfer towards more consistency on the course while yoga professional, Heather Wedige introduces you to a lifetime practice designed to improve physical and mental well being. After your golf instruction at SilverHorn Golf Club, take a short two-mile drive up Bitters Road to the R II M Fitness Studio where your yoga journey begins! If you do not own a set of clubs, we have some to loan. Golf balls will be furnished. We also have yoga mats to borrow, but make sure you bring an extra pair of comfortable clothes for yoga. Hit 'em straight and Namaste! No discount.

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Delish in a Dash

Who has time to cook, but wants to eat and live healthy? In this class, you will learn fun and simple ways to cook delicious REAL food quickly. We will also discuss techniques to planning ahead and packing up your healthy meals to go, whether it's to work, on a road trip or flying off to your next vacation spot. You will taste test everything that is created during the class and walk away with a workbook that you can utilize in your own kitchen. We CAN live full, busy lives and be healthy all at the same time; we just need a little guidance along the way. Instructor Emily Oye is a Health Coach and Natural Body Care Product Developer. A supply fee of $10 is payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.

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Pet-tastic Cookie Decorating (Ages 6-12)

Professional baker Amy Roussin presents a week of pet-tastic cookie decorating fun! Each day your child will learn techniques of cookie decorating to fit our theme from "The Secret Life of Pets." Your child will learn the proper consistency of icing, the correct pressure to apply when adding icing, practice skills for outlining and detail design for specific cookies. A supply fee of $25 is payable to the instructor on the first day of class and includes six cookies each day (a total of 30 cookies!) and all the necessary decorating icing and tools. Children with special dietary needs will need to provide their own cookies. All you need to bring is a flat take-home container, an apron and their imagination! Learning has never been so much fun... or so tasty!

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Elite Sports Performance Clinic (Ages 5-14)

Does your young athlete want to advance in their sports performance? Athletes Global presents a week of mental preparation, speed, explosion, agility, strength, fitness and conditioning training that will take your athlete to the next level. A key objective is to ensure that every athlete is challenged in an intense and fun atmosphere that will enable them to learn about nutrition, maximize their performance and achieve peak conditioning. Each athlete will receive a sports performance evaluation form at the end of the week. Athletes should bring a personal water bottle to each class.

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Medication Aide Certification

This class for Certified Nurses Aides is approved by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services and meets the required 140 hours. The state exam is scheduled at the end of the course. Eligibility requires employment in a nursing home as a certified nurse aide with 90 days experience during the past year and a high school diploma or GED. For registration information call (210) 407-0162. A $25 non-refundable money order made payable to Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services is due at the time of registration. Tuition includes text. Instructor Mary L. Piker, RN, BSN, BBA.

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Introduction to PowerPoint® 2013

Learn to use many of the basic features of Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2013. Follow step-by-step instructions for creating presentations; adding new slides; using spell check; saving a presentation; previewing a presentation; inserting clip art; moving and re-sizing objects; using graphic images from the Internet; moving, copying and deleting slides; adding transitions; adding animations; and applying a template. Instructor Pamela Stephens.

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Tennis, Beginning Level I

The focus for this beginning level adult class is learning the basic tennis fundamentals such as grips, movement, swings, etc. In this small group instruction you will learn how to hit the ball in game-type situations. This is a great way to learn tennis the right way. Bring a racket to class. A $5 ball fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Rafael Vital is USPTR certified and has taught hundreds of folks how to enjoy this life-time sport. Enrollment is limited.

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Babysitting: Your New Career! (Ages 10-17)

If your child wants to be the most sought after sitter in your neighborhood, let Carolyn James guide them through the basics in general first aid, emergency procedures, tips on entertaining all ages and much more. Students will receive a certificate to show that they are trained and ready to get their new career going.

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