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Preparation for the GED - Holyoke TEST 001 • 24 sessions

Preparation for the SAT • TEST 002 5 sessions

Preparation for the MTEL • TEST 004 6 sessions

CRN 25070 SEC 51 6:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

Jun 01-Aug 24*


CRN 25071

SEC 51

6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Aug 01-29


CRN 25209 SEC 51 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

May 31-Jun 16


Beginning with diagnostic testing, program reviews all areas covered by the exam: Writing Skills, Social Studies, Science, Reading Comprehension, and Mathematics. You’ll get tips on how to take the GED test and use of the hand calculator used in the test. Instructor: Mark Styspeck Non-credit tuition: $249 *(no class July 4)

Proper preparation for the SAT can significantly raise your score. Improve your confidence and skill levels. We’ll cover diagnostic SAT tests, general test-taking strategies, proven strategies for both the verbal and math sections, practice tests in analogies, sentence completion and critical reading; practice tests in math problem solving and quantitative comparisons. Includes the new short readings and essay questions. Instruction provided by College Counseling Services & Tutoring Center of East Longmeadow. Non-credit tuition: $179

Passing the MTEL test is a state requirement for teacher licensure. Most four-year colleges require successful completion of the Communication and Literacy Skills portion (Reading and Writing) of the MTEL test before placement in their programs or student teaching assignments. Explore the test materials and develop strategies to increase your confidence through practice exercises, sample ques- tions, and a sample MTEL test. Class materials will be helpful for actual test review. Instructor April Gra- ziano has 20 years experience teaching across the curriculum, including writing, reading, study skills, test prep, English, and assessment. Non-credit tuition: $99


Blue Sox Baseball Clinic 1 • YUTH 006 • 4 sessions

CRN 25310

SEC 51

Jun 27-30


9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Blue Sox Baseball Clinic 2 • YUTH 006 • 4 sessions

CRN 25311

SEC 52

Jul 5-8


9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Blue Sox Baseball Clinic 3 • YUTH 006 • 4 sessions

CRN 25312

SEC 53

Jul 18-21


9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Blue Sox Baseball Clinic 4 • YUTH 006 • 4 sessions

CRN 25313

SEC 54

Jul 25-28


9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

To Register:

Please use the registration form for Summer Sports Camps located on page 13

Join us, the Holyoke Blue Sox players, and coaches of the New England Collegiate Baseball League for intense and informative instruction lead by Blue Sox Head Coach Darryl Morhardt. Assisting will be our Holyoke Blue Sox athletes, who come from the top college programs in the country, many drafted into Major League Baseball. These teams include the Red Sox, White Sox, Brewers, Nationals, Braves, Blue Jays, Tigers, Angels, and Mariners. If you want your athlete to bond, see positive work habits, and gain insight into how to balance baseball with academics with tomorrow’s stars, this is the place! Clinics are focused on players 6-18 years old. Placed into small groups, players will be taken through a variety of critical drills to help teach and review the proper fundamentals of baseball. Covers throwing, fielding, hitting, pitching, base-running, catching, and live game action. The Holyoke Blue Sox Players will provide insight into innova- tive hitting techniques that are used by today’s major league players. The day ends with scrimmage games to reinforce what is being taught and providing an opportunity for the kids to put their skills to work! Each player should be dressed in appropriate baseball clothing and bring his or her own baseball equipment. Players should bring a glove, cleats/spikes, or sneakers, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Players are welcome to bring their own bat. Catchers must bring their own gear. Clinic includes: Holyoke Blue Sox T-shirt and two tickets to a Holyoke Blue Sox Baseball game. ***Specialized Break-out Programs for both Pitchers/Catchers*** Non-credit tuition: $135 (Each Section)

REGISTER BY PHONE: (413) 538-5815; BY FAX: (413) 552-2745



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