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  • Learn How to Play a Guitar

    Have fun with music and meet interesting people while learning the guitar in this relaxed atmosphere. Jon Spivack is a parent, an educator, and a musician who has been teaching and performing in the Sacramento area for over 25 years. Class content will be based on the interests of the students, making each class new and different. You will learn the basics to the advanced depending on your level and interest: simple chords, finger picking, use of the pick, strumming patterns, blues, and guitar tab, all while learning and singing songs. This class accommodates beginner to intermediate students. Continuing students are welcome. (Please no 12 string or electric guitars) Choose from Wednesday classes at 12:15 pm or Thursday classes at 6:45pm. Tuition is $ 40 for 7.5 hours/ 5 classes, beginning 2/4. See the catalog for complete details.

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  • QuickBooks 2013, Comprehensive

    Tax time is just around the corner! Are you a small business owner? Do you want to learn more about how to better manage and keep more of your money? In this very practical, hands-on class taught by instructor Errol Belt, you will learn to set up your bookkeeping system, develop customer and vendor information and control inventories. Starting with the basics you will progress to learning how to generate custom reports and financial statements, control inventories, and manage payroll. The $250 tuition includes “QuickBooks Pro 2013: Comprehensive” textbook and pre-loaded flash drive (a $140 value). Two evening sections (Tues/Thurs 6:00pm-8:30pm) are being offered at Sunrise Technical Center, section one 2/3-3/26 or section two 4/7-5/21 both offer 35 hours/14 classes. See the Spring 2015 Catalog for complete details about the class and how to register.

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Common Core

Common Core logo Big changes are underway in your students’ classrooms: 46 states across the country have adopted key academic standards that will replace current California standards in English/language arts and math. 
The goal of the rigorous Common Core State Standards is to instill the 21st century, higher-thinking skills that prepare all students for college and their careers - as well as to succeed in a global economy and society.