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    Personal & Professional Development Pathway
    • Personal & Career Development
    • Culinary Mentor

    This pathway provides insight to further improve the quality and value of one’s life and experiences.  This pathway strengthens self-awareness, self-direction, and self-efficacy as students navigate their personal and professional lives.

    Child Development & Education
    • Child Development 1
    • Child Development 2

    This pathway enhances the development of self, children, families and others in order to positively impact current and future generations.  This pathway encourages the exploration of lifespan development and how to care for and teach others.

    Culinary & Hospitality Pathway
    • Intro to Culinary & Hospitality
    • Intermediate Culinary & Hospitality
    • Advanced Culinary & Hospitality
    • International Cuisine
    • Let’s Cook Together

    This pathway is vital to life, health, and wellness.  This pathway embraces culture, builds self-sufficiency, and allows us to serve ourselves and others while enhancing the quality of life.

     Family &
    Consumer
    Sciences

    Fashion, Apparel & Housing Design Pathway
    • Fashion, Apparel and Housing Design
    • Fashion Merchandising
    • Housing & Interior Design

    This pathway inspires the ability to design and construct through elements and principles of design, consumer demands, and personal choice.  This pathway encourages creativity and personalization towards production.

     

    097000
    Introduction to Culinary and Hospitality
    Infinite Campus Name: INTRO CULINARY & HOSPITALITY
    Grade(s): 10 - 12
    Prerequisite:  None
    1/2 CTE credit each semester

    Have you ever wanted to learn more about cooking and the world of Hospitality...if so, this course is for you! Together with your classmates, we will dive into the basics of cooking, kitchen essentials, measuring, equipment, and kitchen and food safety.  In addition, we will learn principles of baking, prepare healthy foods and a variety of other culinary skills along with the hospitality and culinary field. Students can take this class on its own or as part of a Culinary and Hospitality Pathway!
    097020
    Intermediate Culinary and Hospitality
    Infinite Campus Name: INTRO CULINARY & HOSPITALITY
    Grade(s): 10 - 12
    Prerequisite: Introduction to Culinary and Hospitality
    1/2 CTE credit each semester

    This second level lab-based class builds on skills learned in Culinary and Hospitality. It provides students with hands-on opportunities to prepare stocks, soups and sauces, salads, sandwiches and a variety of fruits and vegetables.  Students will expand upon their knowledge of food safety,  nutrition, and baking. Serving guests and Gold Star Service will be a focus of the semester and provide opportunities to serve others.  
    097050
    Advanced Culinary and Hospitality
    Infinite Campus Name: ADV CULINARY & HOSPITALITY
    Grade(s): 10 - 12
    Prerequisite: Introduction to Culinary and Hospitality
    1/2 CTE credit each semester

    This advanced hands-on course extends learning about safety and food preparation necessary to work in the culinary and hospitality industry.  Students will cover units on meat, seafood and poultry, advanced nutrition, desserts and pastries, potatoes, grains and pasta.  This course will allow for opportunities to explore careers in the hospitality pathway, compete in competitions collaboratively as a team, and help students prepare for a future in the industry.  
    097110
    International Cuisine
    Infinite Campus Name: INTNL CUISN
    Grade(s): 11 - 12
    Prerequisite:  Junior or Senior Standing
    1/2 CTE credit each semester

    This course is designed to give students a better understanding and appreciation of countries and cultures of the world through the study of traditional foods and meal habits of each. Each country's history, geography, climate, religion and ethnic make-up will be studied. Food preparation skills and techniques unique to each country will be studied through kitchen laboratory experiences to help students gain an appreciation of cultural difference. Students interested in the study of cultures will benefit from this course and no prior food preparation experience is required to be successful.
    097240
    Fashion Apparel and Housing Design
    Infinite Campus Name: FASHION APPAREL HOUSING DESIGN
    Grade(s): 09 - 12
    Prerequisite:  None
    1/2 CTE credit each semester

    This course is designed to help individuals explore the fundamentals of fashion, apparel, and housing design. Topics included are the elements and principles of design, psychological and social roles of fashion, apparel and housing design, common fibers and fabrics in the textile industries, basic sewing techniques, exploration of architecture and floorplanning, fashion design career exploration. Many projects allow opportunities for student individualization and choice. Self-initiative, motivation, time management, planning, and independent work, following directions and evaluating are crucial skills in the course where art, communication, mathematics, science, and technology are applied.
    097250
    Fashion Merchandising
    Infinite Campus Name: FASHION MERC
    Grade(s): 09 - 12
    Prerequisite:  Fashion, Apparel and Housing Design
    1/2 CTE credit each semester

    Fashion Merchandising provides an opportunity for the student interested in the field of fashion and merchandising. The student will investigate fashion careers, history of fashion, current trends and promotion. Individual student designs will be sketched. There will be no clothing construction in this course.
    097420
    Child Development 1
    Infinite Campus Name: CHILD DEV 1
    Grade(s): 09 - 12
    Prerequisite:   None
    1/2 CTE credit each semester

    This course prepares the student to work with children. The first units of study include examining families and parenting styles, prenatal development, labor, birth, and delivery. Students will also learn about a child's growth and development during the newborn, infancy, toddler and preschool stages. Students will be given the opportunity to observe and interact with preschoolers through limited laboratory experiences. The unit of prenatal development includes conception, abstinence and contraception. Careers in the child development field will be discussed throughout the semester. Three hours of dual college credit at Webster University (for juniors and seniors only) and/or 3 articulated college credits for any student through STLCC are available to Child Development 1 & 2 students who maintains an A or B average in both courses.
    097430
    Child Development 2
    Infinite Campus Name: CHILD DEV 2
    Grade(s): 09 - 12 
    Prerequisite:   Child Develoment 1
    1/2 CTE credit each semester 

    This second level course provides appreciation of advanced child development principles. Included in this course is the observation of children as well as the physical, mental, emotional, and social growth and development of early childhood through adolescence. Students will be able to plan developmentally appropriate activities, observe, and interact with the early childhood learning environments. The many career opportunities related to children are also studied. Three hours of dual college credit at Webster University (for juniors and seniors only) and/or 3 articulated college credits for any student through STLCC are available to Child Development 1 & 2 students who maintains an A or B average in both courses.
    097460
    Personal and Career Development
    Infinite Campus Name: PERSONAL AND CAREER DEVT
    Grade(s): 09 - 12
    Prerequisite:  None
    1/2 CTE credit each semester

    FOCUS ON YOUR FUTURE is the target of this course in career development. This course will give you opportunities to investigate careers and provide a knowledge base from which to make your important career and educational decisions. This class will include practical experiences such as self-discovery of interests, skills, and career pathways through aptitude tests, as well as how to professionally interview and communicate, create a resume and professional portfolio, complete job and college applications, and explore careers through job shadowing experiences.
    097550
    Housing and Interior Design
    Infinite Campus Name: HS INT DSGN
    Grade(s): 09 - 12
    Prerequisite:  Fashion, Apparel and Housing Design
    1/2 CTE credit each semester

    This course will prepare students with the knowledge and skills to make decisions that will help them create a desirable living environment to meet individual and family needs. Human and environmental factors will be used as students gain knowledge of housing styles, costs, design and architecture. Through a variety of activities and projects, students will create floor plans and decorate rooms. This course is essential for personal use or career explorations.
    097950
    Culinary Mentor
    Infinite Campus Name: CULINARY MENTOR
    Grade(s): 10 - 12
    Prerequisite:  ProStart 1 or International Cuisine
    1/2 Electives credit each semester

    Culinary Mentor will give students the opportunity to improve their skills in mentoring others as they serve as assistants for students with physical and developmental disabilities who are enrolled in Culinary Arts. Students will take on the role of “buddies” to provide leadership in a variety of culinary based activities and lab setting.
    095950
    Let's Cook Together
    Infinite Campus Name: LET'S COOK TOGETHER
    Grade(s): 09 - 12
    Prerequisite: Counselor Approval
    1/2 CTE credit each semester 

    This course provides modified instruction for students with unique abilities in the area of culinary arts. Students will develop personal and social responsibility, as well as knowledge and skills in the areas of nutrition, wellness, food safety, dining etiquette and culinary basics. Each student will be working together with general education mentors in grades 10-12, to increase competency and enjoyment in cooking and nutrition.


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