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Family and Consumer Science (CTE, F)

A fee may be required in these courses

Adult Roles and Financial Literacy - Course #2210 | Credit (F, CTE) | Grade 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
This course prepares students to understand the nature, function, and significance of individual and family relationships integrated with general financial literacy. Topics include: decision-making to set and implement financial goals, values, communication skills, self-awareness, families, sources of income and the relationship between income and career preparation, crisis management, marriage preparation, marriage, money management, saving, investing, parenting, and retirement planning. Students who complete the entire course fulfill the General Financial Literacy graduation requirement. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Adult Roles and Responsibilities - Course #8776 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Students will prepare for a successful life after high school. This course introduces students to the nature, function, and significance within interpersonal relationships of individuals and families. Topics such as: family living, parenting, decision-making skills, communication skills, self-awareness, crisis management, and the individual's roles and responsibilities with the family and community are discussed. Emphasis will be placed upon the uniqueness, needs, and interests of individuals and families. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Advanced Interior Design - Course #8779 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: Interior Design
This course provides students with the opportunity to develop advanced skills applying the elements and principles of design to interiors. Portfolio projects are integrated throughout the course to provide applications as the students continue their study of floor plans, color schemes, lighting, textures, fabrics, furniture design and style. Appropriate computer design programs are used in this course, which may include CAD. The students will explore the various career opportunities related to interior design. A coordinated project that allows application of interior design skills in a residential, commercial or school setting may be a component of this course. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Apparel Design and Production 1 - Course #8725 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
This course introduces students to basic clothing construction techniques, and proper clothing care and maintenance practices. Includes choosing and using patterns, fabrics, and notions; using and caring for today's sewing machines and sergers are included. Students may choose from a variety of projects based on individual skill level and preference. Students will need to furnish some materials for this class. These materials and projects become the property of the students. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Apparel Design and Production 2 - Course #8726 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: Apparel and Design Production 1 or Sports and Outdoor Product Design 1
This course will expand and build upon skills learned in Clothing I or Sports Sewing. Units of study may include walking shorts, skirts, shirts, construction serging, and quick and easy techniques using the sewing machines. Projects are chosen based on individual skill level and preferences. Students who have completed 8th or 9th grade sewing start here. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Child Development - Course #8700 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers the development of a child from conception through adolescence. This course includes the following topics: reproductive tracts, prenatal development and care, healthy lifestyles conducive to healthy pregnancies, birth defects, and the development and care of children throughout childhood. Guidance and discipline techniques and the physical, social and emotional development of children will also be examined. The student learns not only how a child grows and develops, but why. This class is a prerequisite for any of the higher-level child development courses. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Culinary Arts - Course #8753 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 11, 12 | 1.0/2.0 Credits
Prerequisite: Adequate skill level as determined by instructor
This course provides curriculum designed for employment training in the areas of food production, management, and services. Basic knowledge is provided in nutrition as well as skills for nutrient retention during food preparation and service. The course provides the opportunity for student achievement in concepts and skills related to: management techniques, equipment operation, quantity food production, catering, safety and sanitation, hospitality. Experiences may include entrepreneurship opportunities. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Culinary Management - Course #8763 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 11, 12 | 1.0 Credits
Students will receive additional training for career opportunities in Culinary Arts and the Hospitality Industry. Students will have the opportunity to learn and practice safety and sanitation procedures, and maintain food service equipment. Students will perform quantity food preparation as it relates to catering, bakery, restaurant, hospitality, and quick service business operations. Greater emphasis will be placed on employment skills, management operations, and business and marketing practices. Student leadership and competitive events (FCCLA) may be integrated into this course.

Early Childhood Education 1A (Curriculum) - Course #8701 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: Child Development
This course prepares individuals for child-related careers and/or more extensive parenting skills. Instruction is given regarding standards involved with child-care, employment skills needed to work with young children, how to maintain a healthy environment for children, developmentally appropriate practices (DAP) and curriculum design for young children. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Early Childhood Education 1B (Lab) - Course #8702 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5/1.0/2.0 Credits
Prerequisite: Child Development or Early Childhood Education 1 Curriculum
This course provides students an opportunity to work with children in a lab setting. Instruction includes: demonstrating employment skills required to work with children, maintaining a healthy environment for children, implementing developmentally appropriate practices in a lab setting, developing and implementing curriculum and developing positive relationships with children. On-site lab experiences will be a major component of the course. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Early Childhood Education 2 - Course #8704 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 11, 12 | 0.5/1.0/2.0 Credits
Prerequisite: Completion of Early Childhood Education 1
The primary focus of this class is hands-on, on-site or off-site early child development experiences. The focus of this class is to complete steps to apply for the Child Development Associate (CDA). This course prepares individuals for careers related to early childhood education. Experiences include: program planning and management, resource and facility management, supervising recreational and play activities, preparing and implementing a large variety of learning experiences for children, the application of individual teaching skills, and preparation for a career and/or entrepreneurial opportunities. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course. This course may need to be repeated to complete the lab hours required in obtaining a CDA.

Fashion Design Merchandising - Course #8352 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
A course that provides instruction in the following areas related to fashion: cycles, leaders, textiles, apparel details, color, cosmetics, retailing, promotion, and career opportunities. Participation in the DECA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Fashion Design Studio - Course #8730 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
This course prepares individuals to assist in coordinating garments for various occasions. Units of instruction include analysis of fashion trends, basic characteristics of styles, fashion design, and merchandising techniques; describing garment construction features, quality, and fiber content to customers; assessing of durability and care of fabric and garments; selecting current fashion for figure types and fitting garments on customers; planning and presenting fashion shows; and developing fashion displays. The class includes the analysis of garments and accessory combinations to create pleasing designs with line, form, and fabrics. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Foods and Nutrition 1 - Course #8750 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
This introductory course is designed for students who are interested in understanding the principles of nutrition and in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Attention will be given to the selection and preparation of food and personal health and well-being. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Foods and Nutrition 2 - Course #8751 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5/1.0 Credits
Prerequisite: Food and Nutrition 1
This course is designed for students who are interested in understanding the principles of nutrition and food preparation. Attention will be given to the selection and preparation of food and personal health. Food preparation techniques should be integrated throughout the course and related to all sections of study. Emphasis should be on foods to create meals for families. Use of regional, ethnic and foreign foods is strongly encouraged to increase cultural awareness and appreciation of diversity. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Interior Design 1 - Course #8777 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
This is a basic course for future architects, interior designers and consumers in which students learn to use the basic elements and principles of design to finish and decorate a home. Units include: color, floor planning, window and wall treatments, fabric and textile use, furniture selection/care and room arrangement. NOTE: A fee may be charged for consumable items used in this class. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Interior Design 2 - Course #8778 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: Interior Design 1
This course provides students the opportunity to develop skills in applying the elements and principles of design to interiors. Projects are integrated throughout the course to provide applications as the students study architecture, furniture styles and constructions, surface treatments and backgrounds, design and function of space, and lighting. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

ProStart 1 - Course #8760 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 11, 12 1.0/2.0 Credits
This basic course from the National Restaurant Association introduces students into the world of professional cooking. Basic communication skills, safety and sanitation, food preparation, meal planning, and other topics are taught in this beginning course. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

ProStart 2 - Course #8761 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 11, 12 1.0/2.0 Credits
Prerequisite: ProStart 1
Students will continue to be trained for employment in restaurants. The basic skills taught in ProStart 1 will be reviewed and additional skills such as customer relations, accounting procedures and more advanced food skills will be taught. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Sports and Outdoor Product Design - Course #8728 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
This course covers basic sewing skills while completing a variety of projects. This course emphasizes the construction of sports and outdoor clothing. Students start with easy projects like boxer shorts and progress to ski wear, sweats, camo shirts, pants, zippered bags, and polar fleece jackets. Subjects such as clothing care, maintenance and textile information are covered. Projects are individually selected. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course

Sports and Outdoor Product Design 2 - Course #8731 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 10-12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: Sports and Outdoor Product Design 1
This course teaches students intermediate construction skills, but is specialized to concentrate on specific fabrics or projects such as outdoor clothing or sports clothing. The intermediate standards, objectives, and indicators as listed in clothing II should be taught in this course. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

Textile Design Entrepreneurship - Course #8729 | Credit (CTE) | Grade 11, 12 | 0.5 Credits
Prerequisite: Instructor approval
This innovative, hands-on course prepares individuals for occupations in the field of apparel and textiles. Instruction includes: clothing construction and tailoring, use of consumer and commercial sewing machines, fabric selection and use, fashion fitting and repair, custom sewing, home fashion, clothing and sewing-related entrepreneurship opportunities. Participation in the FCCLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course.


LEGEND (Credit)

A = Fine Arts
AAF-M = Applied, Advanced Foundation Math
AAF-S = Applied, Advanced Foundation Science
BS = Biological Science
CS = Chemistry Science
DS = Digital Studies
CTE = Career and Technical Education
E = Electives
ES = Earth Science
F = Financial Literacy
WG = World Geography
HE = Health Education

ILA = Individual Lifetime Activities
ELA = English Language Arts
FL = Fitness for Life
M = Mathematics
PS = Physical Science
PST = Participation Skills & Techniques
Sr. ELA= Senior English Language Arts
S = Foundation/Core Science
WH = World History
USH = US History
USGC = US Government & Citizenship

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