Piano Classes Spring 2015 For Young Children in Grades K–5

Montgomery College
Youth Programs
www.montgomerycollege.edu/youth
240-567-7917
Spring 2015
Piano
Classes
For Young Children in Grades K–5
Rockville Campus
January 17‒May 9, 2015
15 Sessions
No class 3/21, 4/4
Tuition $235 + Fee $50 = $285; Non-Md. residents add $25
Enrollment limit: six students
SATURDAY: Piano for the Five-Year-Old (No class 3/21, 4/4)
This course is for kindergarten students. Children will experience music through prereading and rhythmic activities involving participation both at and away from the piano. They will learn several pieces by rote as well as create
their own music through improvisation. This beginning course is the first in a three-level program.
Piano for the Five Year Old—Level I
CRN #: 36272
CRN #: 36273
9–9:45 a.m.
10–10:45 a.m.
Eun Ji Park
Eun Ji Park
Piano for the Five Year Old—Level II
CRN #: 36274
11–11:45 a.m.
Eun Ji Park
Course: SCH252
Room 203 Campus Center
Room 203 Campus Center
Course: SCH268
Room 203 Campus Center
Children must have taken Level I to enroll in Level II and be placed upon teacher’s recommendation.
Piano for the Five Year Old—Level III
CRN #: 36275
12–12:45 p.m.
Eun Ji Park
Course: SCH269
Room 203 Campus Center
Children must have taken Levels I and II to enroll in Level III and be placed upon teacher’s recommendation.
Voice: 240-567-7264 • TTY: 240-567-7931
Fax: 240-567-7548 • E-mail: [email protected]
SATURDAY: Piano for the First Grader (No class 3/21, 4/4)
Students must be presently enrolled in first grade. Learn prereading and rhythmic skills through songs, body movement, flashcards, and hand‑to‑hand playing skills in both large and small motor movements. Several songs will be taught by rote. Having a
piano at home is not required, but access to an electronic keyboard (full‑size keys, five‑octave minimum) is strongly suggested.
Piano for the First Grader—Level I
CRN #: 36276
9–9:45 a.m.
Piano for the First Grader—Level II
CRN #: 36277
10–10:45 a.m.
Course: SCH213
Marita Almario
Room 211 Music Bldg.
Marita Almario
Room 211 Music Bldg.
Course: SCH214
Children must have taken Level I to enroll in Level II and be placed upon teacher’s recommendation.
SATURDAY 1/24-5/16: Piano for the 2nd & 3rd Grader (No class 3/21, 4/4)
Learn music theory, notes reading and writing, and receive basic ear training. Several piano pieces from various music
styles will be discussed and played. Students will also be encouraged to create their own songs.
Piano for the 2nd & 3rd Grader—Level II
CRN #: 36279
1–1:45 p.m.
Course: SCH315
Sanja Grujic-Vlajnic
Room 211 Music Bldg.
Sanja Grujic-Vlajnic
Room 211 Music Bldg.
Course: SCH772
Children must have taken Level I to enroll in Level II and be placed upon teacher’s recommendation.
Piano for the 2nd & 3rd Grader—Level III
CRN #: 36280
2–2:45 p.m.
Sanja Grujic-Vlajnic
Course: SCH947
Room 211 Music Bldg
Children must have taken Levels I and II to enroll in Level III and be placed upon teacher’s recommendation.
Piano for the 2nd & 3rd Grader—Level IV
CRN #: 36281
3–3:45 p.m.
Sanja Grujic-Vlajnic
Course: SCH350
Room 211 Music Bldg.
Children must have taken Levels I, II, and III to enroll in Level IV and be placed upon teacher’s recommendation.
TUESDAY 1/27-5/12 (No Class 3/16, 4/7)
Beginning Piano—Level I
CRN #: 36302
Tuition $275 + Fee $75 = $350; Non-Md. residents add $25
5–5:50 p.m.
Sanja Grujic-Vlajnic
This class is for 4th and 5th graders in a small group setting.
Advanced Piano—Level I
CRN #: 36308
6–6:50 p.m.
Sanja Grujic-Vlajnic
This class is for students in grade 3 and up in a small group setting.
Course: YOU457
Room 211 Music Bldg.
Course: YOU458
Room 211 Music Bldg.
FRIDAY 1/23-5/15 (No Class 3/20, 4/3, 4/10)
Tuition $275 + Fee $75 = $350; Non-Md. residents add $25
Children must have taken Level I to enroll in Level II and be placed upon teacher’s recommendation.
Beginning Piano—Level II
CRN #: 36306
5–5:50 p.m.
Advanced Piano—Level II
CRN #: 36307
6–6:50 p.m.
Course: YOU660
Sanja Grujic-Vlajnic
Room 211 Music Bldg.
Sanja Grujic-Vlajnic
Room 211 Music Bldg.
Course: YOU564
Registration Options
Please follow these instructions. Use one form for each student.
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2.
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Make course selection(s).
Go to http://www.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce/youth.html and register online.
Or complete the printed Registration Form (be sure to include student’s Identification Number).
Complete signature line, make check payable to Montgomery College for the total amount due, and mail registration form and check
to: Montgomery College, Workforce Development & Continuing Education, Youth Programs/Piano, 51 Mannakee Rockville,
MD 20850. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover are also accepted for payment. You may choose to FAX completed
registration form indicating VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover payment to 240-567‑7548. Walk-in registrations for
Youth Programs must be processed in the Workforce Development & Continuing Education office, Rockville Campus, Campus
Center, Room 220. Registrations for Youth Programs can’t be processed at the College registration office.
4. Registrants will be enrolled in the order that registration and payments are received. Therefore, we urge you to register as
early as possible to avoid disappointment. You will receive acknowledgment of registration. Please call Customer Service at
240-567-5188 if Registration Confirmation is NOT received at least five days before the start of classes.
Classrooms and specific locations will be stated on this acknowledgement. Courses may be canceled due to low enrollment.
5. All students must register prior to attending class; do not attend class if you have not registered in advance.
6. Pending funding, partial scholarships may be available for Montgomery County students who demonstrate financial need or
qualify for free or reduced lunch. Call 240-567-7264 or 240-567-7917 for information.
Residency Policy
The following are general guidelines taken from the College policy on residency for tuition purposes. A copy of the policy is available
in the Montgomery College Catalog.
A. Students attending Montgomery College will pay tuition according to their residency.
B. To qualify for tuition purposes as a resident of the state of Maryland, legal domicile must have been maintained for a period not
less than three months prior to the first regularly scheduled class. Non-Maryland residents must pay out-of-state fees.
C. The domicile of a person registering in a noncredit course at Montgomery College shall be considered as a person’s permanent place of abode, where physical presence and possessions are maintained, and where he/she intends to remain indefinitely.
D. Non-U.S. citizens must submit copy of passport visa or permanent resident card.
E. Non-Maryland residents pay “Out-of-State” fees.
Refund Policy
Youth Programs Only: Class Transfer and/or Class Withdrawal/Drop Fees
1. Class Transfer Requests: Students will be allowed to transfer from one class to another, one time without a charge. Any additional
schedule changes will be reviewed and may be subject to a $20.00 fee.
2. Youth Class withdrawal/drop requests: Parents who wish to withdraw their child from a course will receive 100 percent refund if
written request is received at Montgomery College at least 5 business days prior to the start of the class. Requests to withdraw from
a class received within 5 business days of the start of class will be subject to a fee of $50.00.
Contributions to the Youth Scholarship Fund
You may take advantage of this easy way to make a tax‑deductible contribution to the College’s Youth Scholarship Fund by writing an
amount in the place provided on the Registration Form.
Disability Support Services
If student requires aids, services, or barriers removed to fully participate in Montgomery College Workforce Development & Continuing Education programs, please register first. Call 240-567‑4118 or email [email protected] at least six weeks before the
first day of class to arrange for reasonable accommodation. This publication is available in alternative formats upon request. Please contact
Workforce Development & Continuing Education at 240-567-5188 and allow three weeks for delivery.
Transportation
Students and their parents or guardians are responsible for all transportation arrangements. Public transportation is available. Call
Montgomery County Transit Information at 301-217‑RIDE.
Health Services
Should a medical emergency occur, trained personnel from the Campus Security Office will be available to render aid.
Questions?
You may call any time Mon-Fri 9 a.m.–4 p.m.: 240-567-7917 or 240-567-7264
Youth Programs - Piano Registration Form
Montgomery College ~ Workforce Development & Continuing Education
www.montgomerycollege.edu/youth
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