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- Introduction to Metals Technology
- Intermediate Metal Fabrication
- Advanced Metal Fabrication
- Intermediate Manufacturing Technology
- Advanced Manufacturing Technology
- Intro. to Agriculture Mechanics
- Agriculture Leadership
- Woodworking I
- Woodworking II & III
- Drafting I
- Technical Drafting
- Architectural Design
- 3D Animation
- Automated Manufacturing
- Construction I
- Construction II & III
- Work Experience
- Foods I
- Foods II
- International Foods
- Hospitality, Tourism, & Recreations I
- Hospitality, Tourism, & Recreations II
- Hospitality, Tourism, & Recreations III
- Hospitality, Tourism, & Recreations IV
- Introduction to Child Development
- Marriage, Family, and Parenting Skills
- Planning Activities for Young Children
- Early Childhood Education Practicum Experience I/II
- Life in the Real World
- Teen Parent Resource
- Accounting I
- Accounting II
- Keyboarding/Word Processing
- Computer Skills
- Computers in Business
- Marketing

Work Experience

 

Grade Level: 11, 12

Length of course: Employment

Pre-requisite: None

Credit: ½ to 3

Fee: None

Course Overview: The work experience program gives students the opportunity to enjoy an actual on the job learning situation while still in school. Juniors and seniors may take a maximum of three credits.In any case, however, no more than five credits can be applied toward the 25.5 necessary for graduation. The work experience supervisor and counselor must approve the application based on the following criteria: working hours must be a minimum of three school days per week, working station must be approved by the work experience supervisor, and there must be an approved connection with curriculum.

   

Last Updated: Wednesday, 16 May, 2012 8:27 AM