Current Class Offerings

Registration for classes takes place by printing out the form and mailing it in to the address on the form.  If you would like the sign-up form for the current session, please click on 2019_classroom_signup_sheet-July and send in your check or money order with the form.


“Computer Basics for the Total Beginner”

This is a class for someone that is really new to computers and want to start at the beginning.  For more explanation of the class, check the page with course descriptions. (Note, class has finished)

“Introduction to Word Processing and Document Creations” (This class was canceled due to lack of students.)

“Creating and Using the Power of Spreadsheets” (This class was canceled due to lack of students.)

 


JUNE

“Everyday Computer Basics Using Windows (Where do we start?)”

The class will be meeting on Monday, Tuesday, and  Wednesday June 10, 11, 12; 17, 18, and 19. The class time is from 2:30 to 4:30 pm. The cost is only $20.  Mail in registrations should be post-marked by June 6th. You can hand deliver the registrations and class fees (checks made out to LCCS) to our building on Saturday afternoon between 1:00-3:00 on May 18th/June 1st, or between 2:00 and 2:30 on May 19th, or between 12:00-1:00 on May 24th.

For more explanation of the class, check the page with course descriptions. (Note, class has finished)


JULY

“Beyond the Basics (What’s comes next?)”

The class will be meeting on Monday, Tuesday, and  Thursday July 8, 9, 11; 15, 16, and 18. The class time is from 2:30 to 4:30 pm. The cost is only $20.  Mail in registrations should be post-marked by July 4th. You can hand deliver the registrations and class fees (checks made out to LCCS) to our building on Saturday afternoon between 1:00-3:00 on June 15th/July 6th, or between 2:00 and 2:30 on June 28th, or between 12:00-1:00 on June 14th/28th.

For more explanation of the class, check the page with course descriptions.

 

More classes can be added.

Waiting/Interest list for the following programs are available. If there’s enough interest, we will try to get a teacher and schedule the class during one of the open times. Please contact the receptionist at Heritage Hall with your name and phone number to indicate interest in the class., You will be contacted if there’s enough interest and a teacher/guide is available. Here are the classes:

Navigating the Internet“.  This would be for people that have limited experience using the Internet and want to learn all the ins and outs (including mastering the “browser”, searching, downloading items from the Internet, printing things from the Internet, and being safe on the Internet; plus other items the “guide” will introduce).

“Switching Over to Linux”.  With the “end in sight” for Windows 7 (January), many computers will not be able to upgrade to Windows 10.  And some people may not want to put up the money for a new computer that will work with Windows 10.  Linux has many different versions of it’s operating system that will work with just about any computer, new or old.  Come take the class and see how easy it is to make the switch.