Welcome

In our Community Education department, we continue to offer a mix of classes led by fantastic district teachers as well as community partners. We have listened to you, our customers, who have expressed interest in expanded after-school classes. You will see that we have a wide variety of classes offered throughout all of our elementary buildings, ranging from two-week sessions to the entire school year. We hope you find something engaging for your student!

As always, please feel free to contact our team. We welcome your feedback on how we can continue to grow Waukee Community Education to better serve our students, families, and community members.

Registration

Below you will find different categories of classes offered through Community Education. Click the header to see the different classes available and find details about dates, location, and cost. You can click the link under Register for any of the classes to complete registration online.

If you have questions about any of the classes offered or how to register, please contact Community Education at communityed@waukeeschools.org or by calling 515.987.2761.

Classes Offered

Estate Planning 101

Even everyday folks need an estate plan. A well-crafted estate plan saves your family undue grief and cost by ensuring your assets are distributed as you wanted. Whether your assets are worth thousands or hundreds of thousands, it’s important to protect everything you worked so hard to earn. Learn how to avoid unnecessary expenses and fees, how to reduce or eliminate taxes and how to maximize the transfer of your real estate, investments and personal belongings to your loved ones and/or charitable organizations. Taught by a financial advisor with additional support of an estate attorney.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2305 $10 Ann Merkley Wednesday
6:30-8:30 pm
February 15 South Middle School
Room 305
Click Here
W2310 $10 Ann Merkley Tuesday
6:30-8:30 pm
May 2 South Middle School
Room 305
Click Here

First Time Home Buyers Class

Do you want to buy a home, but don’t really know where to start?  Come learn about the process, what questions to ask, working through your needs vs wants, how lending works, the importance of your purchasing power, and have a little fun in the process! Taught by a licensed realtor with additional support of a licensed loan officer.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2315 $10 Megan Bankole Wednesday
6:30-8:30 pm
February 1 & 8 South Middle School Room 305 Click Here

Landlord 101

Interested in getting into real estate but wonder where to start? This two-hour course will show you what you need to get started. You’ll learn from someone that has over 35 years experience in renting out residential properties. We’ll explore what makes the best rental properties, how to know if you’re ready to become a landlord, how to finance it, how to collect rent and how to find just the right renter.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2320 $10 Michael Hartwig Tuesday
6:30-8:00 pm
February 7 South Middle School
Room 305
Click Here

Prenatal Preparation (NEW)

Expecting a baby? This four part course will provide ways for your and your support person to prepare your mind and body for labor. Taught by a certified childbirth educator, we will focus on breathing and positioning techniques, the physiological and psychological aspects of labor and pushing, comfort measures, pain management options, and unexpected circumstances that may occur during your labor. The course includes writing a birth plan, learning what medical options are available to you during labor and delivery, and preparing for bringing your baby home. Supplies for class that are helpful but not required: yoga mat, long scarf or bedsheet, comfortable clothing.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2325 $43 Joanna Winston Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30-8:00pm February 28, March 2, 7, 9 Prairieview School
Room 613
Click Here

Retirement Planning 101

Afraid you can’t afford to retire? We will explore this question along with social security, Medicare, how to convert a 401(k) plan to an income stream you won’t outlive, ways to minimize your taxes in retirement, and options to help protect your investments from market fluctuation. This seminar is relevant to anyone who wants to become more empowered in today’s financial world. Course taught by a financial advisor with over 35 years of experience.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2330 $10 Ann Merkley Thursday
6:30-8:30 pm
January 26 South Middle SchoolRoom 305 Click Here
W2335 $10 Ann Merkley Monday
6:30-8:30 pm
March 27 South Middle SchoolRoom 305 Click Here

ACT Prep – English & Reading (Grades 9-12)

Instructor teaches high school English in Waukee. This class will focus on test taking strategies for the English & reading portion of the ACT. We will review English and reading concepts commonly found on the ACT and take and discuss several practice exams. Students need to bring an independent reading book to class. Students can also purchase the 2022 workbook (Princeton Review ACT Prep, 2022: 6 Practice Tests + Content Review + Strategies) online through Amazon.

The workbook also is used for the Math and Science review courses.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2340 $93 Melissa Chia Tuesdays, 3:30-6:00pm January 24, 31, February 7 Waukee High School, Room 729 Click Here
W2345 $93 Melissa Chia Tuesdays & Wednesdays, 3:30-6:00pm March 29, April 4, 11 Waukee High School, Room 729 Click Here

ACT Prep – Math (Grades 9-12)

Instructor teaches high school math in Waukee. This class will focus on test-taking strategies for the math portion of the ACT. We will review math concepts commonly found on the ACT and take and discuss several practice exams. Students can purchase the 2022 workbook (Princeton Review ACT Prep, 2022: 6 Practice Tests + Content Review + Strategies) online through Amazon.

The workbook also is used for the Science and English/Reading review courses.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2350 $93 Jay Winter Mondays
3:30-6:00 pm
January 23, 30, February 6 Northwest High School,
Room B128
Click Here
W2355
$93 Jay Winter Thursdays
3:30-6:00 pm
March 30, April 3, 10 Northwest High School,
Room B128
Click Here

ACT Prep – Science (Grades 9-12)

Instructor has a Master’s Degree in Education, experience in teaching ACT test preparation and high school science teaching experience for over seventeen years in Waukee. This class will focus on test taking strategies for the science portion of the ACT. We will review science concepts commonly found on the science portion of the ACT: Charts and Graphs, Experiments and Fighting Scientists. We will take and discuss several practice exams during this review. Students can purchase the 2022 workbook (Princeton Review ACT Prep, 2022: 6 Practice Tests + Content Review + Strategies) online through Amazon.

The workbook also is used for the Math and English/Reading review courses.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2360 $93 Dan Briggs Wednesday-Friday, 3:30-6:00pm April 5-7 Waukee High School,
Room 724
Click Here

PSAT Prep (Grades 9-12)

The Preliminary-SAT (PSAT) is essentially the same test as the SAT, without the essay component. Students who take the PSAT exam generally do so for one of two reasons: To compete for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship or to gain realistic practice for the SAT college admissions test. This test-preparation seminar provides students with highly effective tips and strategies to prepare them for success on the PSAT (as well as the SAT), regardless of their motivation for taking the exam. Students will take shortened practice tests, receive a study guide and practice-test workouts, reduce their test anxiety and gain confidence. All materials are included in the registration fee.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2365 $100 Doorway to College Staff Wednesday & Thursday
6:30-9:00 pm
March 1-2 Waukee High School,
Main Conference Room
Click Here

Create Your Own Board Game (Grades 3-5) NEW

Want to create your own board game? This after school opportunity is designed for you. Explore the basics of game design through group mini games, individual design time, and group lessons. Class focuses on fostering a designer-friendly environment that encourages students to try, fail, and fix on their journey of bringing their epic ideas to life in the form of a board game. The camp builds up to a showcase where students pitch the game they’ve been working on to family and new found friends. Fee includes all materials. Students will take home their board game creation.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2370 $119 Tim Ferry Fridays
3:45-5:15pm
January 20-February 24 Sugar Creek Elementary

STEM Lab Room

Click Here
W2375 $119 Tim Ferry Thursdays
3:45-5:15pm
March 30-May 4 Radiant Elementary Click Here

Chess (Grades K-5)

New and returning students are invited. Each Youth Enrichment League (YEL) Chess class follows four basic components: teaching, practicing, puzzles, and playing the game. Students are taught different chess concepts and coached to implement those concepts into their chess games. Students practice positions set by the coach to improve their understanding of the concept. Students are given chess puzzles and work with coach guidance to solve them. Each class ends with students playing 20-30 minutes of chess. Coaches often feature in-class tournaments during the session. The registration fee includes a ChessKid.com membership for the chess session, prizes, and puzzle sheets. Sign up today to think, learn and play well with YEL!

All classes are held 3:45-4:45pm, unless noted otherwise.

Mondays, Radiant Elementary, Media Center

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
F2255re

Session 2

$99 Youth Enrichment League Staff Mondays January 9-February 20 (6 weeks)
(no class 1/16)
Radiant Elementary, Media Center Click Here
F2260re

Session 3

$143 Youth Enrichment League Staff Mondays March 20-May 15
(9 weeks)
Radiant Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Mondays, Grant Ragan Elementary, Media Center

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
F2275gre

Session 2

$99 Youth Enrichment League Staff Mondays January 9-February 20 (6 weeks)
(no class 1/16)
Grant Ragan Elementary, Media Center Click Here
F2280gre

Session 3

$143 Youth Enrichment League Staff Mondays March 20-May 15
(9 weeks)
Grant Ragan Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Tuesdays, Woodland Hills Elementary, Media Center

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
F2295wdh

Session 2

$99 Youth Enrichment League Staff Tuesdays January 3-February 21
(8 weeks)
Woodland Hills Elementary, Media Center Click Here
F22100wdh

Session 3

$143 Youth Enrichment League Staff Tuesdays March 21-May 16
(9 weeks)
Woodland Hills Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Tuesdays, Shuler Elementary, Media Center

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
F22115se

Session 2

$99 Youth Enrichment League Staff Tuesdays January 3-February 21
(8 weeks)
Shuler Elementary, Media Center Click Here
F22120se

Session 3

$143 Youth Enrichment League Staff Tuesdays March 21-May 16
(9 weeks)
Shuler Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Thursdays, Waukee Elementary, Media Center

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
F22135we

Session 2

$128 Youth Enrichment League Staff Thursdays January 5-February 23
(8 weeks)
Waukee Elementary, Media Center Click Here
F22140we

Session 3

$143 Youth Enrichment League Staff Thursdays March 23-May 18
(9 weeks)
Waukee Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Thursdays, Walnut Hills Elementary, Media Center

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
F22155whe

Session 2

$128 Youth Enrichment League Staff Thursdays January 5-February 23
(8 weeks)
Walnut Hills Elementary, Media Center Click Here
F22160whe

Session 3

$143 Youth Enrichment League Staff Thursdays March 23-May 18
(9 weeks)
Walnut Hills Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Fridays, Eason Elementary, Media Center

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
F22175ee

Session 2

$99 Youth Enrichment League Staff Fridays January 6-February 17 (6 weeks)
(no class 1/13)(8 weeks)
Eason Elementary, Media Center Click Here
F22180ee

Session 3

$143 Youth Enrichment League Staff Fridays March 24-May 19
(9 weeks)
Eason Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Fridays, Brookview Elementary, Media Center

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
F22195bv

Session 2

$99 Youth Enrichment League Staff Fridays January 6-February 17 (6 weeks)
(no class 1/13)(8 weeks)
Brookview Elementary, Media Center Click Here
F22200bv

Session 3

$143 Youth Enrichment League Staff Fridays March 24-May 19
(9 weeks)
Brookview Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Kids of Power Workshop (Grades 2-5)

Students will grow through an experience focusing on powerful words.  Each class, students will create, read and explore their unique individual identities centered around words such as: kindness, knowledge, and togetherness. Students will understand the power of positive words, music, and actions. Students will be exposed to good healthy social emotional practices. Students will build 21st Century Skills in preparation for their place in the global world.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2380 $150

Walnut Hills Elementary and Preschool Teachers, Stephanie Swanson and Lisa Clay

Saturdays, 8:30-11:30 am January 21-February 18 Walnut Hills Elementary, Room 519 Click Here

The Power Of A Young Writers Words (Grades 3-6)

The class will provide young writers the opportunity to explore and create within a writer’s notebook.  Students will learn ways to and strategies to engage as meaningful writers. Students will learn that the act of writing is the act of thought and is a way to explore and discover meaning within their world. Students will have the opportunity to explore their own unique voice in written format and the opportunity to share writing in a safe environment. All supplies provided but students are welcome to bring their own notebook.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2385 $150 Walnut Hills Elementary and Preschool Teachers, Stephanie Swanson and Lisa Clay Thursdays, 4:30-6:30 pm January 19-February 16 Walnut Hills Elementary, Room 519 Click Here

Building Young Artists (Grades K-5)

In this fun art program, students will learn the basic concepts of drawing and painting three-dimensional objects on two-dimensional paper. These objects include basic shapes, cubes, spheres and cones. Eventually students will learn to draw and paint still life based on a step-by-step process. The class will help improve student’s patience, observation and creativity. Students will take home all of their masterpieces throughout the class. The instructor owns and teaches at the Sunflower Fine Art studio in Waukee, has received awards for her artwork, and has a degree in Art. Supply list available online.

All classes are held 3:45-5:15pm, unless noted otherwise.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W2390 $34 Ting Shao Mondays February 6 & 13 Waukee Elementary,
Art Room
Click Here
W2395 $34 Ting Shao Tuesdays February 14 & 21 Grant Ragan Elementary, Art Room Click Here
W23100 $34 Ting Shao Wednesdays April 12 & 26 (no class April 19) Eason Elementary, Art Room Click Here
W23105 $34 Ting Shao Thursdays April 6 & 13 Shuler Elementary, Art Room Click Here

Flowers Art Class (Grades 1-5) NEW

With springtime here, students  will be shown how to draw a variety of colorful vibrant flowers in a vase on a table. After practicing on scratch paper, they will then be making their final art project on black paper, outlining it in white and filling in the details of their picture with vibrant paint.. Please have your students wear clothes that are OK for painting in. Students will take their projects home. All supplies are provided.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23110 $37 Kelley Stahl Saturday 1:00-3:00 pm  February 18 Timberline School, Room 305 Click Here

Robot Art Class (Grades 1-5) NEW

Students will learn how to draw, then outline in black marker, and paint a variety of robots in watercolor. The students will also use a variety of fun robot-like materials to enhance their projects. Students will be using markers and watercolor paint for their projects. Please have your students wear clothes that are OK for painting in. Students will take their projects home. All supplies are provided.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23115 $25 Kelley Stahl Saturday, 12:30-2:00pm February 4 Shuler Elementary, Art Room Click Here

Valentine’s Day Art Class (Grades 1-5) NEW

Students will make two fun Valentine’s Day art projects. For one project, students will create a large, fun heart-shaped art project using a variety of materials. In this heart, they will draw and paint things that they love. For the second project, students will make a colorful heart inspired by American Pop artist Jim Dine. Students will be using markers and watercolor paint for their projects. Please have your students wear clothes that are OK for painting in. Students will take their projects home. All supplies are provided.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23120 $37 Kelley Stahl Saturday, 10:00am-12:00pm February 11 Grant Ragan Elementary, Art Room Click Here

Flowers Inspired by Eric Carle Art Class (Grades 1-5) NEW

Students will learn to make a beautiful flower picture using painted collage art in the style of Eric Carle, author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Students will be using markers and watercolor paint for their projects. Please have your students wear clothes that are OK for painting in. Students will take their projects home. All supplies are provided.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23125 $37 Kelley Stahl Saturday, 10:00am-12:00pm February 4 Shuler Elementary, Art Room Click Here

Spanish (Grades K-5)

For new and returning students. The Language Project is based around discovery, experience and play in the target language. Students will learn Spanish through music, games, stories and immersion in the language. The benefits of being bilingual go above just acquiring a new form of communication! Set your child up on the journey to success by enrolling them today!

All classes are held 3:45-4:45pm, unless noted otherwise.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
F22315we

Session 2

$159 The Language Project Staff Tuesdays January 3-March 28 (10 weeks) (no class 2/28, 3/7, 3/14) Waukee Elementary,
Media Center
Click Here
F22320we

Session 3

$111 The Language Project Staff Tuesdays April 4-May 16 (7 weeks) Waukee Elementary,
Media Center
Click Here
F22355whe

Session 2

$159 The Language Project Staff Fridays January 6-April 14 (10 weeks) (no class 1/13, 2/24, 3/3, 3/10, 3/17) Walnut Hills Elementary,
Media Center
Click Here
F22360whe

Session 3

$80 The Language Project Staff Fridays April 21-May 19 (5 weeks) Walnut Hills Elementary,
Media Center
Click Here

 

Start Smart with Study Skills (grades 5-8)

Get ready to start the school year off right! The biggest hurdle to academic success after elementary school seems to be poor study skills. During these sessions, your child will be introduced to excellent strategies! Topics include: organization and time management (Mar. 6); note-taking strategies (Mar. 7); test-taking strategies (Mar. 8); reading and study strategies (Mar. 9); learning styles and study habits (Mar. 10). Set your child up for success in middle school and high school! *Register for the entire week ($145) or individual days ($34 each). 

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23130 $145 (full week)
$34 (individual day)
Sylvan Learning Staff Monday-Friday
6:00-8:00 pm
March 6-10 South Middle School, Room 305 Click Here

Fencing (grades 2-5)

New and returning students invited! Join this fast-growing Olympic sport. Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum; students pair up and practice the fencing move or concept, rotate partners and repeat; students then participate in fencing matches using only the moves taught so far; 10-15 minutes each class students fence with multiple fencers at their skill level. All equipment provided. 

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23131 $119 Youth Enrichment League Staff Tuesdays
6:15-7:15 pm
January 24-March 28 (no class 2/21, 3/14) South Middle School, Commons Click Here
W23132 $119 Youth Enrichment League Staff Wednesdays
6:15-7:15 pm
January 25-April 5 (no class 2/22, 3/8, 3/15) South Middle School, Commons Click Here

Fencing (grades 6-12)

New and returning students are invited! Join this fast-growing Olympic sport. Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum; students pair up and practice the fencing move or concept, rotate partners, and repeat; students then participate in fencing matches using only the moves taught so far; 10-15 minutes each class students fence with multiple fencers at their skill level. All equipment provided.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23133 $148 Youth Enrichment League Staff Tuesdays
7:20-8:50 pm
January 24-March 28 (no class 2/21, 3/14) South Middle School, Commons Click Here

Kids In Action (Grades K-5) NEW

Do you have an innovative thinker at home looking for a challenge? Then this is the class for them!  We will play fun, light-hearted games and we will challenge ourselves to create our own games such as rocket launch, rail yard systems, balloon tennis and a science experiment with blacklights.  It’s going to be EPIC!

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23135 $177 Jamie Seiler Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:45-4:45 pm January 10-February 23 Brookview Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Bricks 4 Kidz (grades K-5)

Bricks 4 Kidz® offers project-based programs designed to teach basic principles of engineering and architecture using LEGO® bricks and proprietary model plans. These activities are designed to trigger your child’s lively imagination and encourage problem-solving while exercising fine motor skills and spatial intelligence. Participants build a different simple machine each week using a motor and battery or rubber band system. Each model has various levels of complexity so that we are able to offer age-appropriate projects. Every participant will be assigned their own project kit and materials that only they will use over the session.

Winter/Spring Class Theme: Comic Book Contraptions

Models Include:

  • Models include:
  • Spiderman’s Webslinger
  • Thor’s Hammer
  • Batman’s Tumbler
  • Wonderwomen’s Spinner
  • Hulk’s Puncher

All classes are held 3:45-4:45pm, unless noted otherwise.

 

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23140whe $60 Bricks 4 Kidz Staff Mondays January 23-February 20 (5 wks) Walnut Hills Elementary, Media Center Click Here
W23145ee $60 Bricks 4 Kidz Staff Mondays March 27-April 24 (5 wks) Eason Elementary, Media Center Click Here
W23150sce $60 Bricks 4 Kidz Staff Tuesdays January 24-February 21 (5 wks Sugar Creek Elementary

 STEM Lab Room

Click Here
W23155mge $49 Bricks 4 Kidz Staff Thursdays May 2-23 (4 wks) Maple Grove Elementary, Media Center Click Here
W23160gre $60 Bricks 4 Kidz Staff Thursdays January 26-February 23 (5 wks) Grant Ragan Elementary, Media Center Click Here
W23165wdh $60 Bricks 4 Kidz Staff Fridays January 27-March 3 (no class 2/24) (5 wks) Woodland Hills Elementary, Media Center Click Here
W23170bv $49 Bricks 4 Kidz Staff Fridays April 7, 21, May 5, 12 (4 wks) (no class 4/14 & 4/28) Brookview Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Robotics 2.1 (grades 1-5)

Build a bumble bee, frog or design your own predator. Then program the bumble bee to fly and buzz, the frog to leap, and the predator to hunt. Students LEARN basic engineering and computer coding concepts; BUILD multiple LEGO® Bricks projects; EXPLORE how the projects and programming complement each other; and PLAY with different building and programming options. 

All classes are held 3:45-4:45pm, unless noted otherwise.

Course# Cost Instructor Times Dates Location Register
W23175mge $63 Youth Enrichment League Staff Mondays April 3-24 Maple Grove Elementary, Media Center Click Here
W23180se $63 Youth Enrichment League Staff Mondays April 3-24 Shuler Elementary, Media Center Click Here
W23185ee $63 Youth Enrichment League Staff Tuesdays January 24-February 14 Eason Elementary, Media Center Click Here
W23190bv $63 Youth Enrichment League Staff Tuesdays April 4-25 Brookview Elementary, Media Center Click Here

Late Registration

YOU SNOOZE…WE LOSE

Nothing kills a course quicker than waiting until the last minute to register for it! If there are not enough registrations at the registration deadline (approximately one week prior to the start of the course), the course may be cancelled. Please register at least one week prior to the start of the course to ensure the success of the course! Thank you!

 

Changes & Cancellation

Waukee Community Education reserves the right to cancel classes if there is insufficient enrollment. Should that occur, full refunds will be given. You will be notified by email if there are any changes in your class or if a class is canceled. Please make sure we have your email address so we may contact you. We will notify you at least 24 hours prior to the first class.

*Due to COVID-related safety precautions, classes may need to be cancelled after already starting. In that case, refunds will NOT be issued. We appreciate your understanding. If you prefer to cancel your registration due to this parameter, please do so as soon as possible but no later than ten full business days prior to the first day of class.


Testimonials

Paula always does an amazing job of keeping kids engaged and having FUN! She has always been patient with students and does a super job of encouraging kids and providing a variety of activities for them!

    • Bricks 4 Kidz

My kids absolutely loved this class and looked forward to it every week!

    • Bricks 4 Kidz

This was a great program! My Kindergartner really enjoyed it and asked to do it again in the future. I think it’s great that builders of all levels can participate.

    • Bricks 4 Kidz

More of these classes!! My daughter loves them.

    • Monsters Art Class

Ting is wonderful! My son loved this class

    • Building Young Artists

Great class – my son really loved the instructor and spoke very positively about the course. He learned a lot and is excited to do it again in the future. 

    • Fencing

Great class!! Great instruction!

    • Fencing

Our kids loved this class and learned so much! 

    • Chess

My kids very much enjoyed this!

    • Chess

My student enjoys the Spanish class a lot

    • Spanish

My son loved this class. We plan to sign him up again in the fall!

    • Robotics

Very helpful for the ACT test.

    • ACT Prep

What a great class!  My son was a little hesitant at first but after the first night he didn’t balk at going at all.

    • Start Smart with Study Skills

We found answers to questions and resources to use in the planning of our estate. 

    • Retirement Planning 101