Career and Technology classes help students connect what they are learning to real world applications and explore possible careers of interest. With an emphasis on problem solving, critical thinking, time management and communication, students acquire key skills required for career success. Instructors facilitate field experiences and guest speakers so students can access professionals in the areas of study which include agricultural science, technology and the arts.
Grades: 11, 12
Department: Career and Technology
Child Development is a survey course of the developing child from prenatal development to age three. We will take an in-depth look at the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of children through age 3. This course will have an experiential learning component; students will have the opportunity to observe children in “real life” settings (nursery school, day care, etc.) and connect it to their learning in the classroom.