Views
1 month ago

18-19 POS 1.23

ELECTIVE COURSE

ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Elective course are arranged by discipline (type of elective credit granted). Disciplines are:; Career Cluster/Workplace Readiness, Fine Arts, Language Arts/World Languages, Math [courses do not grant a math credit]. Physical Education/Health, Science, Social Studies, and Technlogy. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description 185070 185080 186000 186100 21213050 THIS COURSE is designed for the more mature student who has MCJROTC demonstrated the ability to do independent work. Emphasis is placed on the (Marine Corps application of those skills learned during the previous MCJROTC / Junior Reserve Leadership Education courses. Office Training STUDENTS WILL conduct independent study projects, serve as teachers’ Corps) Leadership aides, and provide supervised instruction and leadership to other cadets. $20 Education IV A/B class fee. *Course satisfies PED PE requirement 08224000 Office Aide I, II THIS COURSE WILL provide on-the-job training in the assigned area. STUDENTS WILL be expected to demonstrate business work ethics and habits. Job duties will vary according to work location. NOTE: Failure to comply with the expectation of the work location may result in removal from the class and loss of credit for the course. Three unexcused absences may result in a failing grade. Course grade is Pass or Fail resulting in credit or no credit for the course. May Be Applied* Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness Grade Level Credit Fall Spring 12 11 - 12 1.0 credit / full year 0.5 credit per semester - maximum of two semesters X Part A X Part B Even Grad Years X Odd Grad Years X X X X X Prerequisites MCJROTC Leadership Education III 3.0 GPA recommended and approval of Assistant Principal and work location supervisor. Approval will be subject to review 185500 02284100 Personal Finance THIS COURSE WILL focus on planning personal finances, banking and credit, investing, protecting one’s finances, as well as organization and financial planning for a business. STUDENTS WILL have the opportunity to learn how to manage their money to achieve financial security through discussions of career choices, budgeting, savings plans, consumer credit, investment opportunities, insurance options, insurance plans, taxes, retirement and estate planning. Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness 10 - 12 0.5 credit Semester course X X X X Algebra I B and concurrent enrollment in CNM FIN 1010 182310 182320 5327000 Pro Start I/Culinary Arts I A/B This vocational program will explore various types of cuisine, both domestic and international, investigate jobs available in the food service industry, examine food production on a commercial scale, and food safety and sanitation techniques. Students will gain an understanding of the unique vocabulary associated with the culinary arts as well as career awareness, and employability skills related to jobs in the food service industry. They will have the opportunity to participate in state and national culinary competitions. Students will apply their skills by working a set number of hours in the school’s Ram Café, as well as catering and hospitality events. Students are given the opportunity to earn national certification through the National Restaurant Association ProStart School-to-Career Program. $25 class fee. Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness 10 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Intro to Culinary or instructor override 56

ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS AT A GLANCE Elective course are arranged by discipline (type of elective credit granted). Disciplines are:; Career Cluster/Workplace Readiness, Fine Arts, Language Arts/World Languages, Math [courses do not grant a math credit]. Physical Education/Health, Science, Social Studies, and Technlogy. Course Number State Course ID Course Title Course Description May Be Applied* Grade Level Credit Fall Spring Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years Prerequisites 182330 182340 5337000 Pro Start II /Culinary Arts II A/B This vocational program will provide the skills needed to succeed in a professional kitchen setting via hands-on experience. It will appeal to students who are interested in the food service industry and further instruction regarding the preparation and serving of food. Food safety and sanitation techniques will be continually expanded to cover the more advanced elements of the industry. Students will be required to occasionally work shifts in the Ram Café, or catering events, before, during, and after school. Students will also be responsible for helping to train ProStart 1 students in various kitchen and catering capacities. Students will become more knowledgeable and proficient in advanced culinary techniques, improve knife skills, and have the opportunity to participate in the ProStart regional, state and national culinary competitions. $25 class fee. Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness 10 - 12 1.0 credit / full year X Part A X Part B X X Culinary Arts / Pro Start I with a grade of B0% or higher, or approval of instructor 138000 138010 08994000 SciMatics Internship I, II THIS COURSE WILL provide students an opportunity to gain practical experience in the areas of science and mathematics. This is the alternative to office aid for the academic science and mathematics minded student. This course incorporates qualified upper-classman into the educational experience of all students. Assignments will be determined by the Department Head based on personal interview and department need. Honesty, trust, safety, integrity and the ability to work independently at the direction of a staff member are essential. A contract outlining specific duties must be signed by staff member, student, and parent. A violation of the contract will lead to immediate termination and no credit issued. STUDENTS WILL assist struggling students in a class or may assist a teacher by working in a laboratory setting preparing materials. NOTE: Students may earn a maximum of two credits for any combination of Work Study Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness 11 - 12 0.5 credit per semester - maximum of two semesters X X X X Instructional Leader approval 116000 8514100 Service Learning THIS COURSE WILL encourage students to help those in need by volunteering with community organizations. Grade is Pass or Fail (credit or no credit). STUDENTS WILL document community service hours and.will earn ¼ credit (0.25) for every 45 hours of Service Learning, up to a maximum of 1.0 credit. Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness 11 - 12 0.25 for every 45 hours of Service Learning; maximum of 1.0 X X X X None 57

Grad Planner - Quesnel School District #28
Course Offerings for Freshmen ~ 2012-2013 - Cherry Hill Public ...
selk irk.ca - Selkirk College
Viewbook 2013-2014 - Paul Kane High School
LLM in Legal Translation
2013/2014 Course Selection Book - Neshaminy School District
2011-12 High School Course Offerings - Durham Public Schools
Undergraduate Catalog - Our Lady of the Lake University
Klein Collins High School - Klein High School
Content Area Kansas Lawrence
Programs of Study - Lee's Summit R-7 School District
Ensworth High School Curriculum Guide 2011-2012
Elective Course Offerings for 2013 - Duluth High School
Possible Course Sequencing Options for High School Social ...
Sequence Options for High School Courses - NC Social Studies ...
Centre for Nursing and Health Studies Faculty of Health Disciplines
French Minor Revised 4-19-11.pdf - The Ohio State University
Muscatine High School Curriculum Guide Book
Grade 10 Course Selection Sheet Colonel Gray Senior High School ...
6TH GRADE COURSE OFFERINGS - Wayne Local Schools
Film and Video Studies - Undergraduate Degree Requirements
POS Final Version 10-11 - Gorham High School!