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Family and Consumer Science Classes

Family & Consumer Sciences

Graduation Requirement is 1.0 CTE credit
  • Any combination of Business/Computer, FACS &/or Skilled/Technical

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IA 4890

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 10-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1

This course prepares individuals for occupations in early childhood education, childcare and guidance, a teaching career and/or parenting through personal interaction with children that includes on-site experience teaching in preschool. It includes instruction in child growth and development, and writing curriculum for young children. All instructional hours and teaching experience may be used toward a CDA (Child Development Associate) credential.

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IB 4892

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 10-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education IA

This course prepares for child related careers and/or parenting through personal interaction with children. On-site teaching experiences in preschool will be a major component of the course. While teaching pre-school age children, students practice guidance techniques, health and safety monitoring, childcare management, and writing curriculum. All instructional hours and teaching experience hours may be used toward a CDA (Child Development Associate) credential.

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION II 4888

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 10-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education IA and IB

The primary focus of this class is to complete steps to apply for the Child Development Associate (CDA) credential through on-site early childhood education experience. This course prepares individuals for careers and entrepreneurial opportunities in early childhood education. Experiences include: Program planning and management, resource and facility management, peer mentoring, supervising recreational and play activities, preparing and implementing a large variety of learning experiences for children, and the application of individual teaching skills. This course may be taken as many times as desired.

 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 4700

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1

This course studies the child from the prenatal stage and infancy through the teen-age years. The physical, cognitive, emotional, social, and moral development of the child will be explored. Parenting skills will also be discussed and studied. This is an excellent class for anyone looking toward a career in the medical field, social work, psychology, teaching, or future parents. All instructional hours and teaching experience hours may be used toward a Child Development Associate.

 

ADULT ROLES 4895

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 11-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1

You are preparing for a career, but are you ready for Adult Life? This class helps prepare students to move into the adult world. This course includes development of skills in the areas of self-awareness, communication, human relationships, dating, courtship and marriage, parenthood, financial fitness, and decision-making.

 

FOOD & NUTRITION I 4800

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 9-10
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Course Fee: (See Fee Schedule)

This course is designed to focus on the science of food and nutrition. Experiences will include food safety and sanitation, culinary technology, food preparation and dietary analysis to develop a healthy life style with pathways to career readiness. Laboratory based experiences strengthen comprehension of concepts and standards outlined in STEM education. Student leadership and competitive events (FCCLA) may be integrated into the course.

 

FOOD & NUTRITION II 4820

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Course Fee: (See Fee Schedule)
  • Prerequisite: Foods I

This class is designed for students interested in learning principles of nutrition of all ages and essential food preparation skills. From soups to pastries, we will explore healthy meals and the joy of cooking.

 

CULINARY ARTS 1 and 2 4825, 4830

  • Duration: Year (1.0)
  • Grades: 11-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Course Fee: (See Fee Schedule)
  • Prerequisite: Food & Nutrition I and/or II or teacher approval

This class will train you for career opportunities in the food service industry. We will learn the skills needed to be a good employee and a great chef. As we explore careers in food and hospitality you will earn real catering experience. Top students will get to compete at the state ProStart competition. This class is recognized by the National Restaurant Association and scholarships are available. If you feel that you could be successful in this class without taking Food & Nutrition I and II, please talk with the teacher about having these classes waived. ProStart has a 2-year rotating curriculum with students entering either year. At the end of 2 years you will receive a ProStart certificate that is recognized by the National Restaurant Association.

 

INTERIOR DESIGN I 4880

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Course Fee: (See Fee Schedule)

Taking this class will open your world to the creativity of Interior Design. While exploring this field, you will learn how to use the principles and elements of design to analyze your home, evaluate your future housing needs, area planning, and careers available in Interior Design. This course will help you complete the Interior Design Pathway.

 

INTERIOR DESIGN II 4881

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Course Fee: (See Fee Schedule)
  • Prerequisite: Interior Design I

Continue developing your Interior Design skills in this second level Interior Design course. You will be learning architecture, furniture styles and constructions, surface treatments and backgrounds, and how to use space and lighting to create appealing Interior Designs. This course will help you complete the Interior Design Pathway.

 

APPAREL DESIGN & PRODUCTION I 4755 (Formerly Clothing 1)

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1

In this course you will learn about the apparel industry by creating samples, small projects, pajama pants, and skirts/shirts using the best in apparel production practices. This course will help you complete the Fashion Design, Manufacturing, and Merchandizing Pathway.

 

APPAREL DESIGN & PRODUCTION II 4742(Formerly Clothing II)

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Course Fee: (See Fee Schedule)
  • Prerequisite: Apparel Design and Production I or Sports and Outdoor Product Design I. (mandatory)

Continue developing your apparel production skills by learning how to alter clothing to fit your frame and creating projects that are at an intermediate level of difficulty. This course will help you complete the Fashion Design, Manufacturing, and Merchandizing Pathway.

 

TEXTILE  DESIGN ENTREPRENEURSHIP 4762

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 10-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Course Fee: (See Fee Schedule)
  • Prerequisite: Apparel Design & Production I and II

This course is design to focus on entrepreneurial opportunities and careers in the design and production fields. Experiences may include pattern design, clothing construction and manufacturing, fitting and alterations, and interior fabrication. This course will help you complete the Fashion Design and Interior Design Pathways.

 

FASHION DESIGN MERCHANDISING 4751

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Course Fee: (See Fee Schedule)
  • Prerequisite: Apparel I or Apparel II

This course is designed to focus on entrepreneurial opportunities and careers in design fields. Experiences may include pattern design, surface design, clothing construction and manufacturing, fitting and alteration, and interior fabrication. The study and application of textile sciences and technology in this course provides students with laboratory-based experiences that will strengthen their comprehension of concepts and standards outlined in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education. Skills Test #358 (Students can repeat the course for credit as they work towards certification) Student leadership (FCCLA) may be an integral part of the course.

 

FASHION DESIGN STUDIO 4752

  • Duration: Semester (0.5)
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Graduation: Required (CTE)
  • Homework: 1
  • Course Fee: (See Fee Schedule)

In this class you will study the world of fashion and learn how it applies to your wardrobe and personal style. To find the best style for you, we will be discussing the elements and principles of design, consumerism, fashion careers, and creation of textures and prints for fabric. This course will help you complete the Fashion Design, Manufacturing, and Merchandizing Pathway.