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Independent class is taken with instructor permission. This course will allow each student to explore using various types of projects. Sewing (both machine and hand), Machine Embroidery, Crocheting, Knitting, and other areas will be covered. Each student will select projects of their choice, work at their own level, purchase their own materials and complete the type of projects in which they have special interests. The goal of Creative Textiles is to learn and expand on a lifetime leisure activity or career opportunity. Previous experience is not necessary.
Independent class is taken with instructor permission. Culinary Arts is a course that will be looking at the different skills needed in the restaurant world. Units covered are chocolate work, puff pastries, soufflés, and other topics that are of interest to the students. While covering the units the students will be working on communication, life roles, values, relationships, respect, and job choices. Prerequisite: Foods 1 and Foods 2
In this course, you will learn the basics of interior design. We will discover the elements and principles of design and furniture design and placement. We will be doing large intensive projects that will give you hands-on experience that would be helpful and useful in your interior designing career. As your final, you will be designing a house for a client given.
Foods I is a foods course with an emphasis on basic cooking procedures and techniques. Students will work with specific foods, menu planning, nutrition, and time management. This course will include food preparation of vegetables, fruits, eggs, dairy, and baking. Within those units equipment choices, knife cuts, market purchasing, and storage of foods will be addressed.
Foods II is a class designed to allow the students hands-on exploring the culinary arts area. The units covered are yeast breads, quick breads, soups, sandwiches, and pastries. The student will practice presentation techniques involving multitasking and various cooking methods that require a higher level of skill competence. Prerequisite: Foods 1
Human Development course focuses on the development of a human starting from conception and ending at death. The course covers the following units: conception, contraceptives, sexually transmitted infections, early childhood, mid-late childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, middle adulthood, late adulthood, death, and dying. This class also involves wearing an “empathy belly” and taking home a Real Care baby.
In this course, we will be looking at the different skills that you as an individual will need in order to succeed in life outside of high school. The units are communication, interview skills, resume writing, personality development, relationships with friends and partners, banking skills, credit, stress management, insurance, car buying, apartment finding, and nutrition.