The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 21, 1986 · Page 20
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April 21, 1986

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 20

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THE BAY TOWN SUN Monday, April 21, 1996 ' LC early t registration scheduled Early registration for the first Munmer session at Lee College will be held April 28-30. Registration begins in the Admissions Office, located in Moler Hall. On April 28, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., registration will be held for returning students only. On April 29, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and April 30, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., open registration is scheduled for all students. To register, students should bring their social security number, high school transcript or GED verification and vehicle license number. Fee payment by cash, check or money order is accepted, with a Texas Driver's License required with all checks. Foreign students must pay cash. Non-U.S. citizens need to bring their passport or green card. Transfer students should provide an official transcript of their college record. During the summer, Lee College offers a variety of six-week and 12-week courses in academic and technical- yocationa) fields. Summer offerings include the areas of auto body repair, art, auto mechanics, air conditioning technology, biology, business administration, chemistry, cosmetology, career pilot technology, drafting, * diesel mechanics, data processing, developmental reading and writing, economics, electronics technology, emergency medical services, English, engineering graphics, fashion merchandising, graphic arts, government, home economics and history, Classes are also offered in horticulture, industrial and commercial carpentry, industrial electricity, instrumentation, industrial math, management, machine shop, mathematics, music, occupational safety 'and health, physical education, pipef itting, photography, physics, psychology, sociology, Spanish, speech, safety training, technical mathematics, technical physics, technical report writing and welding. Courses for shift workers, with morning and evening classes lyught by the same instructor, are also available. In addition, a Weekend course in English composition will he offered. Classes will also he offered at the Liberty Extension Center of I.,ee College this summer. Business administration, data processing, English, government, history, math and welding Will be taught in Liberty. Regular registration for the first summer term at the Baytown campus will be held from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. May 29. Classes beging June 2. Registration for the second summer session is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. July 8 with classes beginning July 9. Registration is held In Lee College's Moler Hal). Registration for Liberty classes will be held at Liberty High School. Summer I registration will be at 6 p.m. May 27, and Summer II registration will be at 6 p.m. July 7, For information on the admissions and registration processor Lee College programs, call the Counseling Center at 425-6384 or the Admissions and Records Office at 425-6393. For additional information on the South Liberty County Extension Center, contact John McCormick, assistant to the academic dean, at 425-6336. _ • School menus TUESDAY BAYTOWN BREAKFAST - Fruit juice, cereal, toast and jelly and milk. LUNCH — Manager's choice meat or spaghetti with meat sauce, blackeyed peas, corn, manager's choice vegetable, salad, roll, milk and fruit. BARBERS HILL BREAKFAST — Sausage, biscuit, juice and milk. LUNCH — Fajitas and nachos or ham, pinto beans, corn, lettuce and tomato salad, bread, milk and assorted fruit. ST. JOSEPH LUNCH — Chicken fried steak, potatoes with gravy, carrots, biscuit and milk. CROSBY BREAKFAST — Scrambled LUNCH — Barbecue on bun, b,aked beans, slice pickle and union, cole slaw, cobbler and milk. WIIH APPROVED ttCDIT Wt CUEXILKDTOWHslNYWKI mil JULY Mtt, 1386! ENERGY EFFICIENT FOR THE '80's! ENERGY SAVER SWITCH HIRLPOOL LARGE CAPACITY TOMATIC WASHER ^FUTUKS AUTOMATIC !VA$H CYCUS: P«rrnonent/h*avy, permanent press short $£.*•', and soak cycles I*:'* Special wide opening top ?; • Heavy duty motor ond pump 3 wash rinse combination! Whtffpfol • 3 water level selections • Provides thorough, canrful washi9ng for any slie toads! 5 CYCLE BUILT-IN SHW • TO KUVHV • IWHST &Km •MwonMnocMuuiimi ! -

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