The Gollatz Senior Club with Life Skills for Success
Events to be held at the
* Sixth, Seventh & Eighth Grade: (*Senior Club) 7:15pm to 8:15pm
*The Senior Club with Life Skills program is a unique concept that has been written by the Gollatz Team for the
more mature student. The young adults will learn and practice skills taught in a professional setting. (The Senior Club
with Life Skill program is not a continuation of the "Cotillion" program or " Supper Club)".
Senior Club with Life Skills: $229.00
~ Social Instruction: How to introduce yourself to others, begin a conversation and continue the conversation
with small talk, direct eye-contact with others and where should you place your name tag, basic public speaking, responding to an invitation,
how to write a thank you note. Included within the evening there will be advanced Cotillion style dancing. *Note dress code.
~ Social Instruction: How to sew on a button, the table setting including where different utensils are and
their usage, how to correctly cut items using a fork and knife and how to write a resume. Included within the evening there will be advanced
Cotillion style dancing. *Note dress code.
~ Social Instruction: Tipping; chopsticks usage; and surcharges on purchases. A complete dinner will be
served to each Club students only. The evening will also include Cotillion style dancing. *Please note Senior Club dress code.
~ Social Instruction: Basic self-defense for both girls and boys. instructed by Detective Floyd Blue of the
Rialto Police Department. Detective Blue has 20+ years' experience on the Police force as a homicide detective and his specialty is teaching
children escape techniques. Please note: If your child would not like to actively participate in the self-defense class they are welcome
to observe. *Please attend with loose fitting clothes, see dress code below.
Dress Code for the Senior Club with Life Skills Series (only):
Girls: A simple, modest dress and low heels. .
Boys: Dress shirt, necktie and nice pants, a blazer is optional.
Exception: The self-defense evening- please wear lose comfortable clothes and the students may wear tennis shoes.
Do not have your child dress in formal attire for the self- defense class.
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The Gollatz Cotillion is honored to have personally instructed two of our United States Presidential families.
A minimum of 15 students will be required to offer this specialty class.