Site Index

In March 2016 the server for the first De Anza College faculty websites was near failing and faculty were told to move their websites off of it. As I have the time I will finish fixing links to and within pages. (Most are done.)

Try an edit-find function (hold down Ctrl, then type the letter F) on your computer to ‘search’ this index page.

The sections of this site index are:

PERSONAL INFO,

CLASSES (Physical Education Division, then Biological and Health Sciences Division, then Adult Education and Short Courses classes)

WEBLOGS,

OUTDOOR CLUB at De Anza College,

OUTDOOR CLUB GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK TRIPS,

OUTDOOR CLUB SNOW CAMPING,

OUTDOOR CLUB HOW-TO,

YOSEMITE,

EARTHQUAKE INFO, WEBSITES HOW-TO, PHOTO PAGES, OTHER, FOR TEACHING ASSISTANTS

PERSONAL INFO

Personal Info

Ultimate fixer-upper

How to tile a kitchen floor

CLASSES

How to get a message to a De Anza instructor

Student attitudes about disruptive behavior

How to pass a Red Cross written test

wait lists, adds, drops

Give me proof you’re such a great teacher

make-ups

Physical Education Division

KNES Kinesiology course listings at De Anza College

If you lost your Red Cross certification card

Sneaking exercise

P.E. Classes FAQs

How to get a P.E. locker at De Anza College

Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Center

Swim classes FAQs

P.E. 26A KNES 001A

P.E. 26B KNES 001B

P.E. 26C KNES 001C

P.E. 26D KNES 001D

P.E. 6G KNES 002A

Letters from novice students

Novice Swim FAQs

Novice swimming

beginning swimming at De Anza College

intermediate swimming at De Anza College

swim class safety rules

make-ups

Lifeguard Training FAQs has details about the Red Cross prerequisite swim tests, including tips, tricks and advice for passing the swim test requirements for pool lifeguard, waterfront lifeguard and shallow water lifeguard, The page includes answers to these questions:

To become a lifeguard, do I have to have a perfect freestyle?

Do I have to be a fast swimmer? What if I’m out of shape?

Isn’t it difficult to rescue a heavy person who is sinking to the bottom of a pool?

Do lifeguards have to know how to dive?

What are the Red Cross certification written tests like?

History of lifesaving

History of swimming section

swim class short essay

swim class quizzes

How can I tell if I’m a good swimmer?

Why you should wear a lifejacket.

swimming vocabulary

Swim workout vocabulary

How to rescue a drowning victim using a reaching assist or a shepherd’s crook

How to rescue a submerged victim

How to remove a victim from the pool

backboarding mistakes quiz 1 page one

backboarding mistakes quiz 1 page two

backboarding mistakes quiz 1 page three

backboarding mistakes quiz 1 page four

backboarding mistakes quiz page five

pool chemical signs

canoe over canoe rescue

Lifeguard training, swimming, CPR and first aid links

California Lifeguards and Title 22

Touched by a Drowning

pool safety deficiencies

Neighborhood Watch applied to swim centers

Swimming pool rules

pool rules: attire, health and sanitation

spas rules

pool rules concerning children

diving board and slide rules

general pool rules

WSI Red Cross Water Safety Instructor extra reading

How to blow giant bubble rings in a swimming pool

Simple secondary survey study sheethas:

Times to suspect a spinal injury: (and use a jaw thrust instead of a head tilt, chin lift).

Reasons why a person might become unconscious or semi-conscious (AEIOU TIPS)

causes of altered mental status, fainting, seizures,

Signs and symptoms of a concussion

care for a stroke

normal respiration, pulse, temperature

and a detailed simple secondary survey (SAMPLE, opqrst)

First Aid for Public Safety Personnel study guide

Bloodborne Pathogens quick facts

Tips for guarding open water swims

tips for guarding kids’ triathlons

rescue board safety tips

beach drag

NOT RESCUE READY Photos of lifeguards on duty who were not ready to rescue

Swimming and Water Safety 2009 index the text did not have an index, so I wrote one

pool toys

Basic Water Rescue

Emergency Action Plan for a coach or swim instructor

Emergency Action Plan for a juvenile detention facility pool

Fifty ways to praise your swim students

How to tell if the lifeguards are doing their job properly The aim of this page is to provide swimmers, parents, child care providers and other swimming pool patrons with a few guidelines to help them determine if the lifeguards at the pool they go to are doing their jobs properly.

deaf lifeguards

lifeguard training: discussing professionalism is an in-service training project, or perhaps for lifeguard candidates to consider on their own.

CPO What a certified pool operator (CPO) knows that lifeguards and swimmers should know.

Preventative Lifeguarding has notes from various staff manuals, personal experiences and the Red Cross texts. It includes UNSAFE PRACTICES or potential problems TO WATCH FOR, areas where most accidents occur and disciplinary action for minor and major infractions.

continuing education credits (units)

Biological and Health Sciences Division

If you lost your Red Cross certification card

How to pass a Red Cross written test

Health 57 A and C student evaluations

Health 57A is the first aid class at De Anza College

Health 57E

students tell how to pass HLTH 57E

A detailed explanation of how for using more than one model of Automated External Defibrillators (AED) (both models we have at De Anza College) is at: AED quick facts

Signs and symptoms of a heart attack; a discussion of consciousness; how to do compressions-only-CPR if you witness the sudden collapse of an adult; elements of effective, quality CPR compressions; heart disease and notes on calling 911 are at hands only CPR

wilderness first aid outline

Cultural issues in first aid

vehicle repair safety

HIPAA

write in your CPR textbook

Simple secondary survey study sheet has:

Times to suspect a spinal injury: (and use a jaw thrust instead of a head tilt, chin lift).

Reasons why a person might become unconscious or semi-conscious (AEIOU TIPS)

causes of altered mental status, fainting, seizures,

Signs and symptoms of a concussion

care for a stroke

normal respiration, pulse, temperature

and a detailed simple secondary survey (SAMPLE, opqrst), the questions to ask a conscious victim of injury or sudden illness before they pass out

fast, basic neurological exam includes the basic questions to help a person suspected of having a stroke (Face, Arm, Speech, Time) and much more.

Do AEDs work?

CPR manikin use

What the AED says as you use it

Common mistakes in Professional Rescuer CPR skills

Why did they change CPR?

CPR Pro skills review questions

First Aid for Public Safety Personnel study guide

Bloodborne Pathogens quick facts

injuries quick facts

Oxygen administration quick facts

A detailed explanation of how for using more than one model of Automated External Defibrillators (AED) (both models we have at De Anza College) is at: AED quick facts

Signs and symptoms of a heart attack; a discussion of consciousness; how to do compressions-only-CPR if you witness the sudden collapse of an adult; elements of effective, quality CPR compressions; heart disease and notes on calling 911 are at

hands only CPR

Can a person who is prescribed an epi-pen risk going into the wilderness? (and some sting prevention notes) are at: Anaphylaxis quick facts

advance care directives includes a link to get a free copy of an advance care directive

continuing education credits (units)

The Day I Saved the Governator

CPR and First aid short stories

Adult Education and Short Courses classes

Emergency Action Plan for a juvenile detention facility pool

A detailed explanation of how for using more than one model of Automated External Defibrillators (AED) (both models we have at De Anza College) is at: AED quick facts

Signs and symptoms of a heart attack; a discussion of consciousness; how to do compressions-only-CPR if you witness the sudden collapse of an adult; elements of effective, quality CPR compressions; heart disease and notes on calling 911 are at

hands only CPR

START Triage quiz

Community Emergency Response Team Training

Basic Water Rescue

WEBLOGS

(Web logs generally are logs of articles, websites people have found on various subjects, or some blogs are journals or diaries. Some of the blogs at my site are in business only when that class is in session, and will include an occasional class discussion page, others are ongoing.)

Road trip advice and etiquette

Camping Blunders for a laugh

Sneaking exercise

Lifeguard training, swimming, CPR and first aid links

pool safety deficiencies

Tips for faculty webpages

portal tricks and tips

OUTDOOR CLUB at De Anza College

Outdoor Club Basic Info has answers to most questions about how the De Anza College Outdoor Club works.

Outdoor Club Coming Attractions has details about De Anza College Outdoor Club events and on how to find us to pay for a membership, sign up for events or volunteer

Membership benefits Any De Anza College student can become a member of the Outdoor Club.

Club Trip Leader Job Description Any club member can propose and plan a club event.

Outdoor Club Finances

Outdoor Club Constitution

Carpools are arranged among the students going on the trips, not by the club or the college. For info on how to get/give a ride go to Carpool FAQs

The main rules common to most of Outdoor Club trips, including who is eligible to go, are at: Outdoor Club trip rules.

Outdoor Club camping trips

kayaking / canoeing lessons in the De Anza College pool every quarter

Monterey ocean kayak day trip usually spring break and October – no experience needed

sample trip agreement for Monterey kayaking

surfing lessons at least spring quarter, with professional instructors

Tuolumne trip

Tahoe trip

Escape from Alcatraz ‘Sharkfest’ swim volunteering

SMOKEY THE BEAR SUTRA

How to work an Outdoor Club information table

Backpack application, pretest and opinion survey

Leave no trace

OUTDOOR CLUB GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK TRIPS

Grand Tetons is the main trip page with all the planned activities and links to other (not club sponsored) activities, such as mountain climbing, galleries, white water rafting, trail rides, restaurants, rodeo, backpacking…

Grand Tetons trip cost has examples of

The cheap trip,

The not-so cheap trip,

The slightly more costly trip, but less driving time,

also known as the I-can’t-get-much-time-off-work trip,

and The Expensive Trip.

If you will be staying in a Colter Bay cabin, Colter Bay cabins, Grand Teton National Park has details about the cabins and the logistics of sharing one.

If you want to get a better room, or even a suite with fabulous view, fireplace, fridge, etc, read more at:Grand Tetons hotels, cabins, lodging

Campers can take a look at a map of Colter Bay campground Grand Teton National park

If you want to go on the kayak overnight you MUST read String Lake to Leigh Lake, Grand Teton National park

Grand Tetons restaurants describes the restaurants in the park and has links to menus of ones in town.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming has a description of the main streets and how to find the Whole Grocer, Albertson’s, K Mart, Ace hardware, Teton County library, St John’s Medical Center, skate park, city parks with sand volleyball and/or tennis courts and more.

Grand Tetons trip equipment has advice from previous trip members.

Grand Tetons trip transportation has flight info, driving distances and guesses at gas cost, previous trip examples, AND trip notes with where to find some mega-cheaper gas stations and ways to keep from driving the slow route through towns we need to go through by not taking the obvious freeway exit.

During our trip, if your driver has plans for the day that you don’t want to participate in, or if you arrive by plane before the main group, or if your driver stayed up late and slept in all morning, there is plenty to do at or from Colter Bay without access to your own vehicle. See at NO CAR ON OUR TRIP?
at Grand Tetons trip transportation

Grand Tetons kayaking

Grand Tetons biking is not an official part of the college trip. This page has rules, advice and suggested routes, links to maps, in and out of the park for mountain and road bikes. It includes statistics about cyclist encounters with grizzly bears.

Grand Tetons recommended reading

Grand Tetons sightseeing

Grand Tetons whitewater rafting is not an official part of the trip, but often students rent a raft together.

Grand Tetons Weather During a thunderstorm, don’t take a shower or use a sink, including washing dishes. Don’t talk on a land line phone. Don’t use your I pod. Don’t get zapped! Thunderstorm and lightning safety

Grand Tetons backpacking is not an official part of the trip, but often trip members do their own backpack adventure.

Cascade Canyon, Grand Teton National Park describes perhaps the best hike in the park, that we do at least once each trip

Colter Bay, Grand Teton National Park

Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve Soundscape Key

Teton range peak names

Yellowstone

Was that a wolf or a coyote? An elk or a moose? Rocky Mountain mammal size comparisons

animal sign comparisons

your safety in grizzly bear territory tells you what to do if you see a bear in the distance or a bear charges you and has info about Bear Pepper Sprays and what might happen before a bison charges.

wildlife jams has safety tips

Road trip advice and etiquette has decisions to make before the trip, packing advice and more from previous road trip members that could make the long drive more tolerable.

map of Jenny Lake campground and notes about the campground

Signal Mountain campground map and notes about the campground

Grand Teton National Park trip 2011

De Anza College Outdoor Club Grand Teton trip 2010

2009 Grand Teton trip

Grand Teton National Park trip 2008

Grand Tetons Sept. 2005

Grand Tetons September 2004

OUTDOOR CLUB SNOW CAMPING

The annual Yosemite valley winter camping trip main trip pages are Snow Camp (with links to info/prices for Badger pass downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding and tubing, the daily Ranger-led snowshoe walk, Ansel Adams gallery free photo walks, ice skating) and/or the shorter: How do I sign up for the Outdoor Club winter Yosemite trip?

First-timer’s instructions. has info on the logistics of where to pitch your tent, dealing with iced car door locks, staying warm and comfy overnight while winter camping and more

Snow or rain camp must-haves is the list of equipment YOU MUST HAVE (followed by the list of things YOU WILL WISH YOU HAD) to go on the Outdoor Club annual Yosemite snow camp trip, or even on our summer trips. For a checklist of all of the gear (but without all the reasons and descriptions)go to Snow camp equipment checklist .

Using a campsite food storage locker gives you ideas on how to use one, including some logistics on sharing one in a large group.

When any De Anza club camps as a group we face this problem: Someone in a nearby campsite will expect the worst (noise, etc.) from an obviously college-age group. And they will be quick to complain about any rule infraction (some of which carry heavy fines). The club really needs each winter trip member to read A problem and its solution and help us enforce rules during the trip.

Snow camp pre-test sample questions

Snow camp FAQs has the answer to the questions: How do I convince my parent(s)/guardian that I can go on this trip? or How do I convince them to pay for some gear for the trip?

Will it actually snow during our trip? Maybe, maybe not. Snow camp weather, hike safety and first aid considerations includes trail safety notes, and info about mountain lions

Snow camp carpools and driving directions

A problem and its solution

Safe driving in rain and fog includes info about driving in fog, on black ice, driving in rain, floods (don’t) and chain requirements

Prepare for winter driving has a link to bad weather driving tips, tips for using tire chains, tricks for dealing with frozen car locks, how to prepare your vehicle for winter driving, a winter survival kit for your car, what to do if you get stranded, how to keep windows from fogging up and tips for driving in snow and ice.

Snow chain rentals is advice about renting snow chains or buying snow chains with the intention of possibly returning without use.

Upper Yosemite Fall hike

Things to do during a Yosemite snow storm besides hiding in your tent has answers to the questions: What if it storms so much on the winter Yosemite trip that they close the road to the ski resort? We won’t be able to ski or take one of the long hikes. Will there be anything to do except hide in the car, play cards at the laundromat or go online at the Lodge?

Sunday after we pack up many people get cleaned up and go to the Sunday brunch at the Ahwahnee hotel: Outdoor Club winter campers at brunch

Yosemite winter photos

an eight person tent holds this many campers

Yosemite winter camping trip 2015

2014 Yosemite winter trip

De Anza College Outdoor Club winter Yosemite trip 2011

De Anza Outdoor Club Yosemite winter trip 2010

De Anza winter Yosemite trip 2009

De Anza Outdoor Club Yosemite snow camp 2008

Yosemite winter 2004 camping trip

OUTDOOR CLUB HOW-TO

At altitude you will probably feel out of breath at first and may even get a headache and lose appetite. You can get more sunburned. Your tent mate might seem to stop breathing.

Backpacking Advice has these sections: Must bring for each large group (or perhaps for each couple or person), Must bring backpacking for each person, Some (crazy?) people think these are optional for backpacking, Backpacking luxuries(?), Do not bring these backpacking, To keep down on weight backpacking, Don’t rush out and buy, BACKBACKING FOOD, Low-cook backpacking foods, Yosemite National Park WILDERNESS PERMITS, Leave no trace camping has these basic principles.

Bears includes how bears break in to cars and how to help prevent it, what to do if you see a bear

deer Information about injuries from deer, deer hazards, baby deer by themselves are not abandoned.

using a bear resistant food storage container includes how to fit more food in one

canoe over canoe rescue

Campfires can help you learn how to build campfires that don’t smoke too much

Camping Blunders

for fun: an eight person tent holds this many campers

Camping equipment checklist

Camping solutions for women

Cell phones in the wilderness has advice on how/when to use a cell phone to contact 911 in the wilderness and a warning about interference between cell phones, iPods and avalanche beacons.

Club Trip Leader Job Description

Don’t buy a cheap tent

fatal, near fatal or close call incidents/accidents in camping, backpacking, climbing and mountaineering

Grand Tetons trip equipment

GORP and hiking snacks

GPS is not infallible

Have more fun camping learn how to build campfires that don’t smoke too much, how to pack an ice chest, do dishes in camp and lots more.

Hiking Advice has hot weather hiking advice, hiking logistics and the answer to the question: When is the best time of day to cross a mountain stream?

How to not collide with a deer

How to pitch the Cabela eight-person tent

an eight person tent holds this many campers

Improve your inexpensive rain gear

insect repellant has info on DEET/sunscreen combination products, the recommended concentration of DEET, Deet versus citronella.

kayaking / canoeing lessons in the De Anza pool each quarter. During the lesson you have the option of trying practice how to climb back in to an ocean kayak

Leave no trace

Kayaks (and trailer) use

loading kayaks on the De Anza trailer will make the job go easier if you have decided you are going on a trip with kayaking.p>

loading a kayak on a car

Quit being paranoid about sharks

Road trip advice and etiquette

rogue or sneaker waves

Snow or rain camp must-haves. Is for people who don’t have gear for or have never been rainy/cold camping OR have never been happy while rainy/cold camping.

Thunderstorm and lightning safety includes the answer to the question: Why can’t you swim during a lightning storm? A strike on a lake doesn’t kill all the fish in the lake.

Tips for guarding open water swims

Using a campsite food storage locker gives you ideas on how to use one, including some logistics on sharing one in a large group.

Yosemite Valley free shuttle bus has the route, stops and how to find the store, shower house, and hints for saving time using the free bus by better understanding the route

You can’t always expect a helicopter rescue

YOSEMITE

see SNOW CAMP above

Yosemite trips index

Backpacking Advice

Bears how bears break into cars and tips for preventing it, what to do if you see a bear

Black Bear Management Trends

Hetch Hetchy

How much water will there be in the Yosemite waterfalls?

How to find the location of John Muir’s cabin (hang nest) in Yosemite Valley

Lembert Dome Hike

May Lake to Mount Hoffman

Yosemite Valley is an attempt to show the grandeur of the depth and width of the valley through photos of Yosemite Falls. It has a map of the Yosemite Lodge area.

map of Yosemite valley

San Jose area to Yosemite via 120

Tuolumne Meadows ski hut

Tuolumne trip

Pussypaws, Cow Parsnip, Coneflower, Penstemon, Phlox, Columbine, Monkeyflower, Sulphur Flower, Iris, Groundsel and Lupine Tuolumne trip wildflowers

Upper Yosemite Fall hike

Using a campsite food storage locker gives you ideas on how to use one, including some logistics on sharing one in a large group.

Vernal Fall Mist Trail

World’s greatest swimming hole

Yosemite nature and photography links has links for wildflower, mammal, bird, geology, star guides and more

Yosemite rock falls

Yosemite Valley spring runoff and flooding / Yosemite snow pack has statistics and links about Yosemite valley flooding, spring runoff and snow pack/ snow water content for various years

Yosemite Valley free shuttle bus has the route, stops and how to find the store, shower house, and hints for saving time using the free bus by better understanding the route

Yosemite Valley Rafting Advice includes rentals info and do-it-yourself

Yosemite visitor centers

People climb over barriers meant to protect them and as a result slide over waterfalls in Yosemite. fatal, near fatal or close call incidents/accidents in camping, backpacking, climbing and mountaineering has press releases about them.

EARTHQUAKE INFO

emergency information form

Disaster planning Family (and babysitters, caregivers, overnight guests) Disaster Plan

As a part of preparing for the next earthquake, do a what if? survey of your home. earthquake home hazards survey

You can find detailed maps (with zoom in capability) of potential road closures, risk of liquefaction and flooding, at the ABAG link at: Earthquake information sources

Helping Children Cope With Disaster

Disaster Supplies

Store water for after an earthquake

Babysitter Consent and Contact Form

Fast, easy, cheap earthquake preparedness

hazardous household chemical mixtures

Home Fire Safety Checklist

Earthquake and pets advice (Consider having the vet ‘microchip’ your pets, and more…)

Community Emergency Response Team training

Fire safety

START Triage quiz

Why bother preparing for an earthquake? It’s too much work

earthquake preparedness presentation

Earthquake Preparedness

earthquake preparedness presentation links

WEBSITE(S) HOW-TO

Tips for faculty webpages

clipart borders

searchable faculty websites

Photoshop Elements filters

portal tricks and tips

PHOTO PAGES

    PAGES OF VOLUNTEER LIFEGUARDING PHOTOS

Volunteering at the 2017 Escape from Alcatraz Sharkfest swim

2009 Senior Games triathlon lifeguards

guarding the Silicon Valley Kids Triathlon, 2004

guarding the Silicon Valley Kids’ Triathlon 2005

guarding the Silicon Valley Kid’s Triathlon 2007

volunteer lifeguards at the Silicon Valley Kids’ Triathlon 2009

lifeguards at the Silicon Valley Kid’s triathlon 2010

lifeguards at the 2011 Silicon Valley Kids Triathlon

lifeguards at the Silicon Valley Kids Triathlon 2012

Alcatraz group photos

Sharkfest 2003 lifeguarding

Sharkfest 2004 lifeguarding

guarding the 2006 Alcatri triathlon

lifeguards at the Escape from Alcatraz Alcatri 2010

    MONTEREY KAYAK DAY TRIP PHOTO PAGES

fall quarter 2017 Monterey ocean kayak day trip

2017 Monterey Bay kayak spring break trip< De Anza College Monterey kayak trip October 2016

De Anza College Outdoor Club Monterey kayak trip March 26 2016

monterey kayak March 2014

ocean kayak October 2013 group photos

Outdoor Club Monterey kayak trip 2010 group photos

Outdoor Club Ocean Kayak Day Trip April 2007

ocean kayak landings 2006

2006 Ocean Kayak Day Trip

sea otter visits Shannon Mathey’s kayak Monterey 2006

monterey kayak March 2014

ocean kayak October 2013 group photos

Outdoor Club Monterey kayak trip 2010 group photos

March 2004 ocean kayak group photos

Monterey ocean kayak pictures

ocean kayaking May 2005

Outdoor Club Ocean Kayak Day Trip April 2007

Point Lobos State Reserve

    TUOLUMNE MEADOWS TRIP PHOTO PAGES

World’s greatest swimming hole

May Lake to Mount Hoffman

Group photo with bear box

Lembert Dome Hike

Tuolumne photos Aug. 2002

August 2004 Tuolumne trip

De Anza College Outdoor Club Tuolumne trip August 2006

De Anza College Outdoor Club Tuolumne trip August 2006 larger pictures

Tuolumne photos Aug. 2002

Tuolumne trip wildflowers

    YOSEMITE (MOSTLY) WINTER CAMPING PHOTO PAGES

an eight person tent holds this many campers

Yosemite Falls view in February snow and other seasons

Upper Yosemite Fall hike

Vernal Fall Mist Trail

Yosemite winter 2004 camping trip

Yosemite snow camp 2005 group photo in tent

February 2005 Yosemite camping

De Anza College Outdoor Club Yosemite winter trip 2006

De Anza Outdoor Club Yosemite snow camp 2008

De Anza winter Yosemite trip 2009

De Anza Outdoor Club Yosemite winter trip 2010

De Anza College Outdoor Club winter Yosemite trip 2011

2014 Yosemite winter trip

Yosemite winter camping trip

    GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK PHOTO PAGES:

Grand Teton National Park between-summer-and-fall-quarters 2017 trip:
Total Solar Eclipse in Grand Teton National Park

Grand Tetons and Jackson Lake aerial photo

map of Jenny Lake campground, Grand Teton National park

map of Colter Bay campground Grand Teton National park

Gros Ventre Campground map

Headwaters Campground map

Lizard Creek campground map

Signal Mountain campground map

Colter Bay cabins, Grand Teton National Park

cow moose and calf

Cascade Canyon, Grand Teton National Park

Grand Tetons Bald Eagles

Moose cow and calf, Grand Teton National Park September, 2006

Pika

Grand Tetons beaver lodge pictures

Cascade Canyon wildflowers

String Lake, Grand Tetons

NASA aerial photo of Teton Range

Soda Butte Creek animal tracks, ouzels and coyote, winter

Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park photos

Grand Teton National Park trip 2011

De Anza College Outdoor Club Grand Teton trip 2010

2009 Grand Teton trip

Grand Teton National Park trip 2008

Grand Teton trip 2007 photos

De Anza College Outdoor Club Grand Teton park trip 2006

Grand Tetons Sept. 2005

Grand Tetons September 2004

    SURFING LESSONS PHOTO PAGES

Surfing pictures

April 2006 surfing page one

April 2006 surfing page two

Surfing pictures

surfing lesson May 2003

Surfing Oct. 2003 photo page one

Surfing Oct. 2003 photo page two

surfing lesson pictures May 2005

    OTHER PHOTO PAGES

waterfront lifeguard practice May 16, 2010

an eight person tent holds this many campers

clipart borders

signs

The De Anza college swimming pool is big enough…

    Black and white aerial photo/maps are at:

Grand Tetons and Jackson Lake aerial photo

map of Jenny Lake campground, Grand Teton National park

map of Colter Bay campground Grand Teton National park

Signal Mountain campground map

Colter Bay, Grand Teton National Park

Jackson Lake Lodge vicinity

Moose, Wyoming

Signal Mountain, Wyoming

OTHER

Blood donation FAQs

Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Center The De Anza College, (Cupertino, California) Wellness Center is one of the best kept secrets in Silicon Valley. It is staffed by college educators, not salespeople. You won’t be offered 90 days for only $199.99, a long term contract or minimum year long membership.

De Anza College home games also has links to student recitals, dance performances, art exhibitions, kayaking lessons in the De Anza swimming pool, Family Astronomy Evenings and Laser Light Shows, guided campus tours and blood drives.

Swim classes faqs answers questions about De Anza College swim classes, such as

Do I need to bring my swimsuit the first day of class?

Where it lists a prerequisite, does that mean I have to have taken the De Anza prerequisite class before?

I can’t float, can I learn to swim?
I’ve never been in a swimming pool, can I learn to swim?

What is EPOOL, WPOOL, MPOOL, or DWELL?

When I tried to enroll I was put on the “WAIT LIST.” How do I get moved to the enrolled list?

What does it mean to ask for a P/NP grade?

and answers questions about waitlists, adds/drops and makeups.

There is also a link to find the curriculum (course outline or course content, usually designed by a division and reviewed and approved by the college) for any De Anza class.

FOR TEACHING ASSISTANTS

How to get a message to a De Anza instructor

For swimming class teaching assistants

A Whole New Mind

Lifeguard training, swimming, CPR and first aid links

Index to Red Cross classes resources

CPR manikin use

Swimming pool rules

pool rules: attire, health and sanitation

spas rules

pool rules concerning children

diving board and slide rules

general pool rules

Painting of a Southern Leopard Frog and Tri-colored Heron used by permission of the artist, Carel Pieter Brest van Kempen: http://www.cpbrestvankempen.com/index.html

Painting of a Southern Leopard Frog and Tri-colored Heron used by permission of the artist, Carel Pieter Brest van Kempen: Painting of a Southern Leopard Frog and Tri-colored Heron used by permission of the artist, Carel Pieter Brest van Kempen. The frog is swimming underwater and the heron is seen above through ripples in the water.