|Foods & Nutrition I
nutrition and the basic principle of food preparation is the focus of
this course. Units covered may include nutritional needs,
safeguards in the kitchen, equipment, terminology, quick breads,
vegetables, fruits, eggs, cookies, and foods made with various cereal
|Foods & Nutrition II
advanced study of nutrition and the principles of food preparation and
kitchen management. Lab experiences may include cakes, pastries,
yeast breads, candies, beef, pork, and poultry.
|Clothing & Textiles I
|Beginning class in
principles of clothing construction. The class will consist of
worksheets, samples, 2-3 small projects, with minimal work on the
sergers and embroidery machine.
|Clothing & Textiles II
course in the
principles of clothing construction and independent sewing. The
class will consist of worksheets, samples, 2-4 projects, work on the
serger, and embroidery machine.
|This class is a study in
the importance of the family unit, expected development of the child,
and crises faced by parents and children. Electronic babies may
be assigned for 1 night.
|This class is
introduction to the theories of child development and a study of the
development of children and how to enhance this progression in the day
care situation. A "Playschool" is organized and operated for the
last 6-8 weeks with each student being the Teacher For A Day: planning
and executing lessons plans for 3-5 year olds for one 85 minute
period. Electronic babies may be assigned for 4 nights.
|The course introduces
students to concepts of living on their own and may include these
Leadership, Relationships, Apartment Hunting, Budgeting, Car Buying,
Job Searches, Basic Sewing, and Basic Cooking.
|This is a
provides a study of housing needs with attention given to design
techniques. Each student is responsible for the completion of a
semester-long Dream House project using blueprint skills and decorating
techniques learned throughout the semester.
|The course is designed
to develop and guide the students' creative energies as they build
their own enterprises. This program is intended to build skills
in entrepreneurial processes, and then tie those processes to
successful management concepts and operations.
|Food & Fitness
|Emphasis will be on healthy,
active living. The days
may be a combination of healthy habits related to food and lifestyle
with possible days of mild exercise and/or low impact aerobic
activities. Other units covered will be fad diets, eating
disorders, exercise programs, and noting carbohydrates, fat grams, and
|The course will
introduce students to meal patterns and food preparation methods in
other regions of the U.S. as well as countries around the world.
|Family & Technology
|The course is
to prepare the students for the 21st century. Emphasis will be
placed on the latest technology as it relates to the home and family.