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Family & Consumer Sciences

 
Family & Consumer Sciences
 
 
Italian Cooking
and Culture 
 
1740 
1 Credit  Grades: 9-12
Students learn about culture and cuisine in Italy while gaining vocabulary and conversation skills in Italian language. They will prepare popular dishes native to various regions of Italy and learn which ingredients and flavor profiles are part of Italian cuisine. Students will research and complete classroom-based assignments along with the practical labs to reinforce the application of material covered. Students prepare recipes including bread, pasta, poultry, soups, meats and assorted desserts.
Expectation: Quality Producer
 
 
Personal Finance 1441 
1 Credit  Grades: 10-12
Looking to buy a car? Wondering how you will be able to pay back student loans or maybe how to plan for that well-deserved vacation? Personal finance will help you learn how to improve your money habits so that you can live now and plan for tomorrow. Learning how to develop money-management strategies in the areas of income and taxes, budgeting, savings, credit and debt, insurance, investing, consumer protection, and overall how being a smart consumer will take you far in life. Join now. This is one course you can’t afford to miss out on.
Expectations: Knowledgeable Person
 
 
Human Growth
& Development 
 
1741 
1 Credit  Grades: 10-12
Students survey the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development of humans from conception to death. Life’s developmental stages and accompanying milestones will be explored, with particular emphasis on the birth through school age years. The major topics covered include: scientific and research methods, theories of development, genetics, prenatal development and birth, biosocial/cognitive/psychosocial development from birth to late adulthood, and death and bereavement. The class is especially well suited for individuals interested in pursuing careers in the helping, healthcare, and education professions.
Expectations: Civic Expectations