Dawson Community College's Office of Community Outreach will be offering the following culinary classes throughout the fall. The classes listed below will be held on Sunday afternoons from 1pm-4pm with a limit of 12-18 students per class at Dawson County High School. No class is a prerequisite for any other and the cost will be $25 per class.
October 3: Knife Skills: How to identify the right knife for a task, how to sharpen a knife and keep them sharp and how to use them safely, efficiently and enjoyably.
AARP’s (American Association of Retired Persons) Defensive Driving Course will once again offer a comprehensive driver retraining course geared to the specific needs of older motorists. Attending may qualify participants for a discount on auto insurance, check with your insurance company for details.
Students can learn the skills needed to become a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) in classes offered by Dawson Community College and Glendive Medical Center October 4 through 26, 2010. Classes will be held at GMC and the Extended Care Facility from 5-9pm Monday-Thursday and 1:45-10pm Friday. Registered Nurse Donna Knuths teaches the course. Cost of the 4-credit, 80-hour course is $70.00, and enrollment is limited. The book is additional. Contact the DCC book store at 377-9457.
The Mon-Dak volleyball player of the week is Mona Mijalkovic of Dawson Community College. In last weeks matches she had 60 kills, 18 blocks, 7 digs and 1 assist. She is a 6' Freshman right side hitter from Nis Serbia.
Child Care Resourse and Referral and Dawson Community College will host Kurt Cunningham, an Education Specialist for Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks. This workshop is an early childhood education program that builds on children’s sense of wonder about nature and invites them to explore wildlife and the world around them.
Through a wide range of activities and experiences, Growing Up WILD provides an early foundation for developing positive impressions about nature and lifelong social and academic skills. For teachers and parents of young children.
For the week of September 6-12, 2010 Debbie Schendel, a 5' 7" outside hitter, has been named player of the week. In four matches last week, Debbie had 24 kills, 48 digs, 6 blocks, 3 assists, and 18 aces. Debbie is a Freshman from Great Falls, Montana.
The Commissioner of Higher Education, Sheila Stearns, will be conducting a series of community listening sessions across the state over the next few weeks. Sixteen communities have been chosen to host the interactive events were the Commissioner will be joined by various members of the Board of Regents. The sessions are designed to allow individuals to voice concerns about the higher education system and to offer suggestions for its improvement.
The University of Montana’s Montana Repertory Theater proudly presents The Real Legend of Sleepy Hollow, an adaptation for the stage written by Ron Fitzgerald. The play is part of the Rep’s yearly Fall Educational Outreach Tour coming to Glendive on the Dawson Community College campus. The performance is free and will take place at 6:30pm, September 24th in the DCC auditorium.
On September 18, 2010, Dawson Community College will host a workshop for grade school teachers and early childhood professionals. Jane Kitson, from Atlanta, GA will be on campus to present Leap Into Literacy.
If you need to work on an assignment over the weekends and are enrolled at DCC you are in luck!
DCC Computer Lab, room 147, will be open the following weekend times through December.