FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE II:
This is a more advanced level of the areas that are taught in Home Economics I. A student must have passed Home Economics I. to enroll in this course.
This is a 1/2 credit course. It is taught for one semester 1/2 of the school year. Personal finance, care of the home, management of resources, consumer literacy and parenting are taught.
This is a comprehensive semester course that includes instruction in housing choices, economics of housing, housing management, home planning, and housing trends. It is recommended for eleventh and twelfth grade students. There are no pre-requisites.
This course is a 1/2 credit course. It is taught for one semester or 1/2 of the school year and concentrates on child development, special needs, and competent parenthood.
Pro Start I & II:
ProStart is the career-building program for high school students who are interested in culinary arts and foodservice management. Over two challenging and rewarding years, ProStart students experience classroom study , mentored work experiences, and local and national competitions. Mostly importantly, ProStart students grow into the leaders our industry needs.
NUTRITION AND FOODS:
This course is a 1/2 credit course. It is taught for one semester or 1/2 of the school year. Only juniors and seniors may take this course. Basic nutrition information, planning, preparing, and serving nutritious meals for home or entertaining are taught.
CLOTHING AND TEXTILES:
This course is a 1/2 credit course. It is taught for one semester or 1/2 of the school year. Only juniors and seniors may take this course. Textile identification, fabric construction, wardrobe planning and clothing construction are taught in this course. This is a school-based enterprise course. Students learn to run a monogramming business.