Community and Professional Education

Fall 2017 Offerings: Kids on Campus

NOTE: Some Kids on Campus programs require additional forms to be submitted for your child. Please refer to the symbol listed in the course description.

Form Key
* Medical History and Consent Form
Δ Concussion Acknowledgement Form

Pinterest: Fantastic Fall Fun
We will create fabulous fall crafts including: fall-themed string art, festive garlands, mason jars dressed for the season, and more. It is important that you attend both sessions because we will start projects on the first Saturday and finish them on the second Saturday. For ages 12 and up. Course fee includes $20 materials fee.*
2 Sessions, DCC B06
Sat., 10/14 - 10/21, 12 - 3 p.m.
Alexandra Omecinsky, Instructor

Basics of Hand Sewing
For ages 8 - 14
In this fun, hands-on course, you will learn the basics of hand sewing. You'll start with threading and knotting a needle, then learn basic hand stitches which will help you complete an awesome project you will get to take home. Course fee includes $15 materials fee.*
2 Sessions, DCC B05
Sat., 11/4 - 11/11, 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Tracy Henry, Instructor

Tay Fisher's Basketball Clinic
Improve your basketball skills and have fun with former Siena College standout and sharp shooter Tay Fisher. The clinic is open to boys and girls, ages 9 - 15. Because Tay is "trotting the globe" playing basketball around the world, this clinic will be for one day only! Skills covered in these clinics include: improving dribbling skills, dribbling 2 basketballs, catch and shoot techniques, shooting off the dribble, step back dribble, mid- and long-range jump shots, free throws and many more. Please bring a bagged lunch, snacks and drinks.* Δ
1 Session, McDonough Sports Complex
Sun., 9/17, 9 am - 4 p.m
Tay Fisher's Fundamental Basketball Camp, Instructor

Beginner Cooking Class for Kids
Your kids will learn basic cooking skills and how to navigate around the kitchen in this introduction to the word of food preparation. They'll discover some basic knife skills, pots and pans basics, how to stock a pantry and important sanitation tips.

We will learn to cook a few favorite "kid-friendly" dishes – loaded nachos, homemade mac and cheese and a fresh veggie platter with homemade ranch dressing. This class is open to children 8 to 12 years old. Course fee includes $8 materials fee.*
1 Session, DCC 135
Sat., 9/23, 9 a.m. - Noon
Melanie Teliska, Instructor

Learn to Bake Sweets with Your Lil' Sweetie
You will work with your child (ages 5 - 10) to create delicious cider donuts and apple bread. This is a chance to spend quality time with your lil' sweetie and learn recipes you'll both want to create over and over again. Course fee includes $25 materials fee and is for one parent and one child. Both must be registered.
50891 - child's registration
1 Session, DCC 135
Mon., 10/16, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Sarah Diamond, Instructor


S.A.T. Preparation Course
This course is designed to prepare you for the Scholastic Aptitude Test (math, verbal and writing sections). The schedule of topics will be determined during the first session.

The course will teach strategies for problem solving, vocabulary development, reading comprehension, sentence completion, grammar and essay writing skills.

The classes will use actual SAT questions to familiarize you with the test format and style. Students will develop a more realistic set of expectations for test questions and the skills to master them. The book that will be used in the course is "McGraw Hill's SAT, 2017 Edition," and is required for the first class session.
9 Sessions, ADM 104
Wed., 9/27 - 11/29, 7 - 9 p.m.
No class 11/22
Shayne Bishop and Jill Casey, Instructors

College Application and Scholarship Success
High school students: get your college application process moving now so you can enjoy senior year! The right steps and pacing make all the difference. In this one-session workshop we will work on detailed steps that students can take to immediately jump-start their college application process and become stronger candidates for acceptances and merit aid consideration. The course is ideal for families with students in grades 10, 11 and 12, and students are encouraged to attend with a parent/guardian. All attendees must register and pay for the course.
1 Sessions, ADM 104
Tues., 10/10, 7 - 9 p.m.
Kelly Linehan, Instructor