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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 186500 08994210 Work Study I THIS COURSE WILL provide students with real work experience and reinforce employability skills including responsibility, teamwork, communications, and employer/ employee relations, as well as skills specific to the occupation. Course grade is Pass or Fail resulting in credit or no credit for the course. STUDENTS WILL gain an understanding of the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to be an effective and valued member of the work force in today’s business community. Students will submit documentation of their position and hours worked to earn an elective credit. NOTE: Students may earn a maximum of two elective credits toward graduation requirements for Work Study, except that they may earn a maximum of two credits for any combination of Work Study and Career Internship. May Be Applied* Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness Grade Level Credit Fall Spring 11 - 12 0.5 credit per semester - maximum of four semesters Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years X X X X Prerequisites Employment. NOTE: Students must obtain their own employment and must provide their own transportation to the job site. 186600 08994210 Work Study II THIS COURSE WILL provide students with real work experience and reinforce employability skills including responsibility, teamwork, communications, and employer/ employee relations, as well as skills specific to the occupation. Course grade is Pass or Fail resulting in credit or no credit for the course. STUDENTS WILL gain an understanding of the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to be an effective and valued member of the work force in today’s business community. Students will submit documentation of their position and hours worked to earn an elective credit. NOTE: Students may earn a maximum of two elective credits toward graduation requirements for Work Study, except that they may earn a maximum of two credits for any combination of Work Study and Career Internship. Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness 11 - 12 0.5 credit per semester - maximum of four semesters X X X X Employment. NOTE: Students must obtain their own employment and must provide their own transportation to the job site. 186700 08994210 Work Study III THIS COURSE WILL provide students with real work experience and reinforce employability skills including responsibility, teamwork, communications, and employer/ employee relations, as well as skills specific to the occupation. Course grade is Pass or Fail resulting in credit or no credit for the course. STUDENTS WILL gain an understanding of the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to be an effective and valued member of the work force in today’s business community. Students will submit documentation of their position and hours worked to earn an elective credit. NOTE: Students may earn a maximum of two elective credits toward graduation requirements for Work Study, except that they may earn a maximum of two credits for any combination of Work Study and Career Internship. Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness 11 - 12 0.5 credit per semester - maximum of four semesters X X X X Employment. NOTE: Students must obtain their own employment and must provide their own transportation to the job site. 58

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 186800 08994210 Work Study IV THIS COURSE WILL provide students with real work experience and reinforce employability skills including responsibility, teamwork, communications, and employer/ employee relations, as well as skills specific to the occupation. Course grade is Pass or Fail resulting in credit or no credit for the course. STUDENTS WILL gain an understanding of the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to be an effective and valued member of the work force in today’s business community. Students will submit documentation of their position and hours worked to earn an elective credit. NOTE: Students may earn a maximum of two elective credits toward graduation requirements for Work Study, except that they may earn a maximum of two credits for any combination of Work Study and Career Internship. May Be Applied* Career Cluster / Workplace Readiness Grade Level Credit Fall Spring 11 - 12 0.5 credit per semester - maximum of four semesters Even Grad Years Odd Grad Years X X X X Prerequisites Employment. NOTE: Students must obtain their own employment and must provide their own transportation to the job site. 8 151510 23224100 Strength and Conditioning I THIS COURSE WILL cover fundamental techniques and safety in all the various lifts. Activities include work with both free weights and weight training machines. STUDENTS WILL learn to develop all major muscle groups and be introduced to weight training sports, bodybuilding, power lifting, and advanced lifting. Students will research and develop a balanced workout. Uniform required; colored T-shirt Elective Only 10 - 12 0.5 credit Semester course X X X X Foundations of Health and Physical Education 8 151520 23224100 Strength and Conditioning II THIS COURSE WILL promote intermediate level skill in weight training that builds upon the strategies and techniques learned in Strength and Conditioning I. Activities include work with both free weights and weight training machines. STUDENTS WILL learn to further develop major muscle groups and learn advanced strategies for weight training sports, bodybuilding, power lifting, and advanced lifting. Students will research and develop a balanced workout. Uniform required; colored T-shirt Elective Only 10 - 12 0.5 credit Semester course X X X X Foundations of Health and Physical Education and Strength and Conditioning I. 151530 23224100 Strength and Conditioning III THIS COURSE WILL be an extension of Strength and Conditioning II for the advanced weight-training student. Emphasis will be placed on technique for the serious power lifter, body builder and fitness trainer. STUDENTS WILL focus on individual lifting goals while pursuing more in-depth knowledge of how weight training can enhance life-long fitness Elective Only 11 - 12 goals and career paths. Students will research and develop a balanced workout. The student will develop and implement a workout series for the class. Uniform required; colored T-shirt 0.5 credit Semester course X X X X Foundations of Health and Physical Education and Strength and Conditioning II, and approval of instructor 59

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