CHESS homeschool group is offering the following classes on CPR, First Aid, and dissection to support your homeschool.
Class size is limited ~ register early!
To register for the following classes:
email Sandi Grutzius at firstname.lastname@example.org and designate the class and time you would prefer and then a second option if the class is full. Upon confirmation of availability, send a check made out to CHESS to Sandi Grutzius, 16620 Grant Avenue, Orland Park, IL 60467.
CPR and First Aid Training
The instructor will be Robert Niemic, father of five homeschooled children, Firefighter/Paramedic for the last 18 years, American Heart Association CPR instructor, and founder of How 2 Save a Life. How to Save a Life was created to provide CPR and First Aid training using the American Heart Association guidelines.
The CPR instruction
This class offers three hours of training in adult, child, and infant CPR. Bob will demonstrate the use of an AED or Automated External Defibrillator and will teach skills needed to help an infant, child, or adult who has stopped breathing, is choking, or has a cardiac emergency. Upon completion, students will receive an AHA CPR certification card.
CPR Class – Tuesday, October 26 9:00 – Noon, or 6:00 – 9:00.
The First Aid class
In this three hour class students learn how to handle a wide variety of medical emergencies including heart attacks, diabetic emergencies, stroke, shock, trauma, environmental emergencies and more, should you ever be faced with one. As a student you will leave the class feeling confident that you will know how to handle many difficult situations in public or at home. At the end of the class, you will receive an AHA First Aid certification card.
First Aid Class – Tuesday, October 26 1:00 – 4:00
Both classes meet on the same day, October 26. Each class has a fee of $16 for CHESS members.
After the September meeting, both classes will be open to non-CHESS members for a fee of $20.
Classes meet at Grace Fellowship Church in Oak Forest, IL and are open to ages 12 and up. Parents are welcome to certify. Payment is due upon registration
(for Jr. and Sr. High students)
Dr. Lainna Callentine has a great love for teaching. She is a pediatrician, home school mother, and former classroom teacher with a certification and masters in elementary education. Dr. Callentine continues to have wonderment for the beauty of God’s creation in the human body. She left formal medicine in the ER to stay home and home school her three children. However, she still practices her hobby of medicine at a Christian clinic in Bolingbrook
Yuck 103 – The Circulatory System
– Young scientists will be able to experience and examine some of the vile and wonderfully disgusting elements of life. In this hands-on lab, students will study the circulatory system. Activities include dissecting sheep pluck (trachea, heart, and lung unit), blood typing, and investigating the forensic chemistry of blood types. See the fascinating innards of God’s creation. Two sessions of this 2 hour class are available.
Thursday, November 4 ~ cost $20/student for CHESS members
9:30 – 11:30 or 1:00 – 3:00
cost $22/student for non-CHESS members
Coming in 2011
– Plan to join us for YUCK 104 and YUCK 105 in the winter and spring as we investigate the digestive system and the central nervous system.