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snowbird weekly - St. Mary Cathedral Schools

Picture Day  9:00am 2nd & 4th grade Mass 9:00am 3rd & 5th grade Mass 9:45am K & 1st grade Prayer Junior Class taking the PSAT 1:30pm 3rd & 5th Coats for Kids drop-off 11:35am Jostens taking ring and graduation orders 10:00am 6th – 12th grade Mass 10:15am 2nd grade to Otsego County Fire Station & Energy Outlet 5:30pm Homecoming Parade Homecoming Homecoming Schedule for 6th – 12th grade: Monday: Dance team at convocation (8 girls) Box Social at 11:00 Activity during 2nd hour is canceled Dress: Steve Urkel Day Tuesday: Picture Day Elementary Dress: Dress up Day (Sunday’s best) Powder Puff during 5th hour Dress: America/Country Day Wednesday: Good luck to the juniors on the PSAT. Dress: TV Character Day Thursday: Volleyball during 3rd Hour Dress: Theme Day Friday: All-School Pep Assembly at 2:00 Dress: All School Blue and White Day MARK YOUR CALENDAR October 20 – 27, 2013 20 Sunday: 21 Monday: 22 Tuesday: 23 Wednesday: 24 Thursday: 25 Friday: 26 Saturday: 1:30pm Puppeteer Presentation in multipurpose room 10th grade retreat 9:00am 2nd & 4th grade Mass 9:00am 3rd & 5th grade Mass 9:45am K & 1st grade Prayer Terrific Kids at elementary convocation 10:00am 6th – 12th grade Mass In Store Book Fair at Saturn Booksellers In Store Book Fair at Saturn Booksellers Please check out our website for a complete calendar: www.gaylordstmary.org A note from Ms. Pineda: If you have a male student in the school, please check to see if they are due for a haircut. Remember that no extreme hairstyles are allowed and we encourage that boys keep their hair above the collar line and sideburns should be above the earlobe. Thank you for your help with this matter. Children's Liturgy of the Word Children's Liturgy has started up again at St. Mary Cathedral at all 9 & 11 a.m. masses. Children's Liturgy is a program that occurs during the Liturgy of the Word part of Mass. It is where our little ones (ages 3-7 or until they have received their First Holy Communion) can hear the Word of God and experience stories, prayers, songs and hands-on activities... all at their level of understanding to help build their faith formation. Whether you are a father or mother, grandma or grandpa, single or married or high school student... you can help our little ones! This is another way to complete volunteer hours as well! If you are interested in helping with this important ministry for our little ones and/or have any questions, please call Tracy O'Connell at 989 619.2921. Thank you!!

2011 Q4 - Tricoci University
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At this time every year, people reflect on what they achieved throughout the year and start dreaming of what they want to do in the next year. As a professional you need to take stock of yourself every year. Did I do everything I wanted to do? What can I do better next year? At this time next year what do I want to have accomplished? _____________ TUBC Twitter Click here to follow our tweets. Set up a professional growth plan for yourself. Ask yourself questions like these: • What type of business do I want to be working in? (Be as detailed in as you can in your answers : describe the atmosphere, describe the look of place, describe the type of service you want to offer) • What do I want my legacy to be? • What don't I know, what do I want to learn more about? • If I could accomplish only one thing next year, what do I want it to be? _____________ Need assistance with your student loans? Champion College Services is available to assist students with their student loans. Please call Champion at (800) 761-7376 or or help.students@ championcollegeservices.com _____________ Looking for quick access to CEU's? Click here to enroll in CEU Classes. _____________ Thinking about giving back to a new generation of professionals? For more information on TUBC's Part Time Teacher Training Program and special Alumni As you develop a professional growth plan, be sure to include your clients. • What are my clients expecting from me next year? • What should I do to improve my client satisfaction? • What new and innovative trends can I bring to my clientele? Take the time to write down your answers. After each answer write down one step you need to take in order to realize that goal. Is it a class? Is it a business plan? Whatever it is, commit to following through. Did you know that simply writing down your goals and identifying one step you need to take towards accomplishing the goal improves your success rate three-fold? On behalf of everyone at Tricoci University of Beauty Culture I wish you a pleasant holiday season and much success in the New Year! offerings, please call (877) 286-0096. _____________ TUBC identifies its biggest fan Corrida E. Allen-Ford of Glendale Heights is the winner of the Biggest Fan contest! Congratulations!

THE STALLION EXPRESS - Christ Our Rock Lutheran High School

Christ Our Rock Lutheran High School educates and equips today’s youth in faith and knowledge while guiding them to become Christian leaders. Prayer Requests Every week we pray for students, parents, supporters, area schools, and congregations. If you have a prayer requests, we would be happy to include them in our prayer time. • Please pray for a safe and enjoyable Ford Drive event next Saturday. • Please pray for quick healing for several students who are suffering injures from sports and other accidents. • Please pray for Spirit Week to be a positive, team building experience. Announcements Newspaper subscribers wanted! Due to changes in the Newspapers In Education program, the Sentinel can only provide free newspapers on one day out of the week. We are looking for two or three benefactors who would be willing to purchase Sentinel subscriptions for the school so that we can have a few copies of the paper on hand each day of the week. These newspapers are used by the students to stay abreast of local, state and regional news, and are utilized by teachers for assignments, discussions and occasional current events quizzes. On Wedensday, September 25, we will be having our first Mentor/Mentee Bash. It will be starting at 6:15 pm and going until 8:30 pm. We will be watching a movie and playing...

Fact Sheet For Providers – Influenza A (H1N1) Flu - Centers for ...

Fact Sheet for Medicaid and CHIP Providers Influenza A (H1N1) Flu Vaccination Coverage • The H1N1 vaccine will not be part of the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. • Children up to the age of 21 in the Medicaid program are entitled under the Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnostic, and Treatment (EPSDT) benefit to receive vaccines recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). The 2009 H1N1 vaccine is on the ACIP list of recommended vaccines. • Children up to the age of 19 in the CHIP program are covered for vaccines recommended by ACIP, which includes the 2009 H1N1 vaccine. • States may not impose cost sharing on children or pregnant women in Medicaid or CHIP for the administration of the vaccine. • For adults in the Medicaid program, 2009 H1N1 vaccine administration is a covered service when furnished by a participating provider under the mandatory section 1905(a) Medicaid benefit. Since hospital, physician and federally qualified health center/rural health clinic (FQHC/RHC) services are mandatory Medicaid benefits, 2009 H1N1 vaccine administration would be a covered service when provided by these participating providers. Vaccine Reimbursement • The H1N1 vaccine will be free to providers, and the distribution system being used to deliver the vaccine is the same as VFC program. However, because the H1N1 was purchased outside of the VFC program, the vaccine administration fee will be reimbursed outside of the VFC program. • Medicaid and CHIP will cover the vaccine administration fee for children and pregnant women. Most States also reimburse administration fees for adult vaccines. • Providers will be reimbursed for the administration of the vaccine according to the vaccine reimbursement rate stated in their State’s Medicaid plan or CHIP plan. Because the H1N1 vaccine will be purchased and distributed outside of the VFC program, States may set the rates for the administration of the H1N1 vaccine without regard to the reimbursement limitations in the VFC program. CMS has encouraged States to review the vaccine administration fees outside of their VFC programs to ensure they are adequate to provide broad access to the 2009 H1N1 ...

H1N1 Vaccine Safety Risk Assessment Working Group (VSRAWG)-2

The emergence of the 2009 pandemic influenza A (H1N1) influenza virus in the spring of 2009 led to the development and licensing of five influenza A (H1N1) 2009 monovalent vaccines. Commensurate with the size and scope of the vaccination program, a comprehensive safety monitoring system was implemented. The National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC) H1N1 Vaccine Safety Risk Assessment Working Group (VSRAWG) was established to conduct independent, rapid reviews of available data from the Federal H1N1 immunization safety monitoring program. During the 2009 influenza A (H1N1) pandemic, CDC estimated that approximately 60 million cases of 2009 H1N1 influenza disease occurred in the United States, including approximately 270,000 H1N1-related hospitalizations and about 12,270 deaths. An estimated 70-80 million persons were vaccinated with coverage levels highest in children. While the focus of the VSRAWG was on assessing vaccine safety, it is important to recognize the benefits of vaccination as ultimately policy makers, providers and the public must consider the risks of the vaccine within the context of vaccine benefits. The VSRAWG was created on October 30, 2009. After an initial in person meeting, conference call meetings were held bi-weekly until May when the vaccination program scaled down and the amount of new safety data available decreased. The VSRAWG continued to meet to review final, end of season analysis. The VSRAWG met a total of 20 times. Clinical trials were conducted which included more than 3,000 individuals. Passive surveillance was conducted by the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting Systems (VAERS). Along with VAERS, the Real Time Immunization Monitoring System (RTIMS) looked for possible ...

Instructions for Ordering H1N1 Vaccine - County of Santa Cruz ...

Instructions for Ordering H1N1 Vaccine 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) monovalent vaccine will be available to medical care providers in California through the California Department of Public Health in partnership with local health departments. H1N1 influenza vaccine will not be available through private organizations. H1N1 vaccine is currently in production and is expected to be available by midOctober. Vaccine and basic supplies will be delivered to providers at no cost. Private providers may bill public and private insurers for vaccine administration fees. The Calpanflu.org website will be used for ordering the vaccine. This website is for those who are interested in giving 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) vaccine in California, including: • Local health departments • • Clinics, public and private • Independent physicians • Employee health programs • Community Health Centers • Community vaccinators • Vaccines for Children Program • Pharmacies (chain and provide vaccines medical providers • Student Health Centers • Health plans that directly independent) Hospitals • Other vaccinators Here are the steps to follow if you are interested in giving 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) vaccine: Step 1: Registration • is required for facilities who will receive direct shipments of H1N1 vaccine. Note: If you are a facility/organization that receives vaccine shipments at a central depot and then re-distributes to other sites, only the central depot site needs to register; • does not obligate you to order vaccine; • can only be done by (or in conjunction with) a prescribing medical care provider licensed to practice medicine in California; • early registration is urged; however, registration will not close. • does not guarantee receipt of vaccine Step 2: Ordering • does not guarantee receipt of vaccine; • The timing and amount of vaccine deliveries will depend on available inventory. First deliveries are expected by mid-October or later; • Initial orders will be prioritized to vaccinators serving at-risk population groups. Other requests will be filled over time, as supply permits.

interior design professional program - College of Liberal Arts

INTERIOR DESIGN CORE ..................................................................................................................................................36 3___AD 12500 Intro to Interior Design 3___AD 13000 Design Process & Communication 3___AD 23000 Interior Design I 3___AD 24000 Interior Drafting & Drawing 3___AD 25000 Interior Design II 3___AD 32000 Interior Lighting Design C. 3___AD 11300 Basic Drawing 3___A&D 22700 History of Art Since 1400 3___AD 33000 Interior Design III 3___AD 35000 Interior Design IV 3___AD 38500 History of Interior Design 3___AD 43000 Interior Design V 3___AD 44000 Interior Detail & Construction 3___AD 48500 History of Contemporary Interiors INTERIOR DESIGN SUPPORTIVE REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................... 24-27 1___AD 23400 Art & Design Internship Preparation 3___AD 26000 CAD for Interiors 3___AD 28500 Interior Components & Materials 3___AD 32400 Textiles for Interiors (Coreq- AD 22400) 3___AD 39700 Sustainability in the Built Environment 3___AD 46500 Professional Practice 2___AD 47800 Internship or Co-op Program (0 credits)** 3___BCM 23000 Mechanical & Electrical Systems 3___CGT 26200 Introduction to Construction Graphics 3___CGT 36000 Applications of Construction Documents ** A&D 47800 Internship (min 2 credits) or AD 19100,19200,19300,19400 Co-op Required Total hours required for the Professional Program ......................................................................................................................... 72-75

interior design program - College of Arts and Letters - California ...

The Interior Design Program at California State University, Sacramento has a regional reputation as a leading design school, and is recognized as a nationally accredited program. The four year program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design and offers two concentrations: Interior Architecture and Interior Design Marketing. The Interior Design Program provides students with the technical, creative, and critical thinking skills needed to enter the interior design profession. The breadth of courses in the program reflects the importance of both a liberal arts background and professional preparation in the design field. Courses encompass the study of design history and theory, aesthetics, graphics, lighting, space planning, computer-aided design, interior construction, and professional practice. The Interior Design curriculum provides comprehensive coverage in all the major areas of training, including concept development, design, communication, presentation, construction and professional services. Many of the course assignments are based on actual design projects. Guest lecturers and professional panel critiques and discussions as well as building tours of outstanding projects are all important parts of the curriculum. Community service projects and pre-professional internships help to maintain a strong connection to the community and profession. The Interior Design major at California State University, Sacramento is one of the most highly sought after programs in Northern California and is considered an “impacted program” within the CSU system. As such, students...

INTERIOR DESIGN Program - Portland Community College

Interior designers specialize in creating uniquely defined environments that cater to the spatial needs and functional requirements of its user, drawing from a diverse set of skills. Students in this program learn to apply design principles and techniques to professional planning and furnishing of residential interiors. PCC’s Interior Design program is the only two-year degree program in residential interior design in Oregon and Southern Washington. Our graduates are sought by employers for their unique abilities: adept design problem solving, ability to draw from historical traditions, and effective communication skills. The degree program prepares students for an entry-level position as an Interior Designer, or for more advanced placement in the wholesale or retail sales business. Emphasis is placed on a broad scope of courses which are application-oriented. The curriculum includes a range of courses from Interior Design, Architecture, Art and Business. Students have the option to gain hands-on experience through an internship. For more information about career prospects within the industry, consider visiting the following website. Enter “Interior Designer” in the Occupation Title box: http://www.qualityinfo.org/olmis/OIC Our program is an open- ended program; you may begin the program at any time during the year and can typically be completed in 8 or 9 terms. However, it can be completed either part-time, or full-time with classes offered during the day, and in the evenings. Some of the more advanced coursework is offered during the day, so students will need to be flexib...

Interior Design
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The program provides the following: the study of interior space planning, the coordination and application of currently manufactured products, knowledge of building codes and materials of design, use of color, history of furnishings, the decorative arts, and preparation and delivery of creative graphic and oral residential and commercial presentations. The Interior Design certificate develops students' knowledge in space design, materials and furnishing. Interior Design is not just decorating; it involves many aspects of architectural design and planning as well. Students will apply the principles of good design when planning the arrangement of furnishings and aesthetic details for an environment in which people live and work. The use of CAD (computer assisted design)/ AutoCAD software will be introduced. Students will also learn the principles, methods and tools for establishing and running their own Interior Design business in the Small Business Management course. The Internship provides the “capstone” that synthesizes the student’s learning in a directed portfolio project.

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