Now Accepting Enrollment for the Fall 2019 - 2020 Cotillion Season
* Sixth, Seventh & Eighth Grade: (*Life Skills) 7:30pm to 8:30pm
**The Essential Life Skills for Success program is a NEW and unique concept that has been written by the Gollatz Team
for the more mature student. The young adults will lean and practice life skills not taught anywhere in such a
professional setting else but are vital for present and future success. (The Life Skill program is not a continuation of the
"Cotillion" program or " Supper Club".
Life Skills Fee: $219.00
*** 2019 -2020 Life Skill Dates and Events ***
(*Note the Dress Code at the bottom of the page)
Wednesday, October 2, 2019 ~ Social Instruction: How to introduce yourself to others, begin a conversation and continue the conversation
with small talk. different handshakes and their meanings, direct eye-contact with others, where do you place your name tag, how to correctly
address an envelope to mail, responding to an invitation and gifting an appropriate gift, how to write a thank you note, the commanding of 911
emergency, how to shut off your utilities at home. *Please note dress code.
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 ~ Social Instruction: How to sew on a button, how to read a measuring cup and spoon, different dress codes,
how to write a resume, understanding and navigating a bank check and statement. *Please note dress code.
PLEASE NOTE THE DECEMBER MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED AND THE FOLLOWING SCHEDULE
IS CORRECT, THE DATE OF JANUARY 28, 2020 HAS BEEN ADDED IN PLACE OF THE DECEMBER DATE.
Wednesday, January 8, 2019 ~ Social Instruction: The table setting, including where the different utensils are located, how to correctly
use a fork and knife, tipping, chop sticks, debit card, ATM cards and statements, surcharges, how to read and dissect an inch of measurement.
*Please note dress code.
**Tuesday, January 28, 2020 ~ 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 lose fitting clothes, see dress code
Dress Code for the 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.
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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.