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BUSINESS EDUCATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, The Clinton High School Business Education and Information Technology Department assumes the lead role in. preparing tomorrow s workforce with the technological skills necessary to operate in an ever changing digital. society Digital literacy teaching strategies and the implementation of numerous hands on learning activities allow. students to make the connections necessary to excel in today s business world. Fifteen individual courses are offered at Clinton High School to accommodate all levels of academic pursuit Entry. level business courses challenge students to make connections with real world topics concerning finance. employment ethics and effective consumer decisions. Technology courses prepare students for the digital age focusing on the use of Microsoft Office software as well as. various other current software packages to gain experience with digital presentations and projects. Accounting courses also secure an understanding of personal and business financial literacy As an elective. department we strive to surpass the skills a digital literate student needs to compete in today s difficult work. environment All students at CHS are encouraged to take business course offerings Business is a very popular. major at many colleges You will be exposed to many areas of business within the business curriculum which may. aid in your choice of a business major at college,Various Business Careers Median Salaries. Accountant 73 550,Marketing and Advertising Executive 115 750. Manager Human Resource Administrator 99 720,Financial Advisor 67 520. Computer Programmer 74 280,Information Technologist 102 190.
Web Page Designer 62 500,Business Administrator 81 080. According to The Princeton Review 2014 2015 The number one college major is Business Administration and. Management Commerce Computer and Information Sciences ranks number ten within all declared majors at college. CHS Royal Code Do Right Be Noble Choose Excellence Rise Above 22. FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, The Family Community Services courses offer hands on and application learning experiences to improve the. quality of life for individuals families and communities This goal is accomplished by offering diverse. opportunities for students in the following coursework areas Family Nutrition Sanitation Safety Foods. Nutrition Fundamentals of Baking Meal Management Culinary Practicum and Culinary Assistant Each of these. courses will identify analyze and implement employability skills emphasized and aligned with industry standards. Industry skills such as communication teamwork managing changing technologies leadership factors to maintain. safety work ethics and professionalism, Some highlights of the Family Community Services program offers a strong emphasis through each course. offering in the application and analysis of math principles menu costs and conversions related to nutrition and the. food industry There will be opportunities for analyzing the building blocks of nutritional needs across the life span. menu planning according to nutritional guidelines of various individual needs as a measure to make sensible and. safe food choices related to the science of nutrition and the maintenance of nutritional well being throughout life In. addition students will have opportunities to overview understand and implement the technical processes methods. involved in the commercial and institutional production processing preservation storage distribution of foods. Students may take advantage of learning and testing the ServSafe Curriculum leading to a certificate in Sanitation. Safety for food service employees This certificate is required by most restaurants as a basic credential for their. management staff and is administered by the National Restaurant Association. These courses will be challenging and exciting where students will engage in activities revolving around restaurant. management serving customers through small and large batch cookery Students may also be involved in service. projects where the focus will not be on eating what they have made but feeding others their products. HEALTH SCIENCES, Are you a student interested in a possible career in health care Do you enjoy a challenge or solving a puzzle Then. you need to explore some of the Health Science classes Whether you are interested in a basic introduction to the. various aspects of the healthcare profession or if you seek a better understanding of medical career possibilities there. are a few classes to choose from For those seriously interested in pursuing a career in one of many health care. professions you can even practice and perfect your professional and clinical skills in a healthcare setting and. observe first hand many clinical fields Come check out the health science classes Possible careers Nursing. Physician Technician Radiology Respiratory Surgery Pharmacy Therapist Occupational Physical Speech. Biomedical Engineering Health Information Technology Management Medical Assistant and more. WELDING TECHNOLOGY, We have all the courses in place for every student from the at home welder to the career welder All the welding.
courses are taught as a flipped classroom Each student is expected to watch the videos and read the assigned pages. outside of class Students should come to class prepared to discuss the topics and take pop up quizzes Each student. is also required to be prepared to weld everyday Students can take any welding course at anytime as long as they. are in sequential order to the class flow chart Students may not take sequential classes at the same time example. SMAW Basic 1 and SMAW Basic 2 We are offering many new courses and disciplines with a flexible schedule. This means that different students may be taking different welding courses at the same time Each student will be. responsible to stay on their own track and will be able to progress at normal or faster than normal pace. CHS Royal Code Do Right Be Noble Choose Excellence Rise Above 23. AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, CHS Royal Code Do Right Be Noble Choose Excellence Rise Above 24. AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY,COURSE OFFERINGS, Below is a listing of courses offered through the CTE Department Automotive Technology The graph indicates the. course title the grades that a student can take the offering and the prerequisites for taking the class. Semesters 9th 10th 11th 12th Prerequisite Courses,Grade Grade Grade Grade. Small Engines 1,Auto 1 1 Small Engines,Auto 2 1 Auto 1. Auto 3 1 Auto 2,Auto Management 1 Auto 3,AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY.
SMALL ENGINES,Grades 9 10 11 12 Semesters 1 Credits 1. Prerequisites None, Course Description Do you have an interest in mechanics Or maybe you just like to work with your hands This. is a course designed for the student who has a general interest in mechanics and likes to work with his her hands In. this course students will learn the basic operation of an engine as well as the various systems Throughout this. course students will rebuild a small gas engine in doing so they will also learn the basic uses of hand tools as well. as safe work practices The knowledge gained from this course can be applied to other courses such as Advanced. Power and the automotive courses, AUTO 1 Automotive Service Maintenance and Light Repair. Grades 9 10 11 12 Semesters 1 Credits 1,Prerequisites Small Engines. Course Description Have you taken Small Engines Did you like it If so this course is the next necessary step on. your way to becoming an Automotive Technician or to do the essential maintenance on your vehicle at home In this. course students will learn how to fix the simple automotive issues that tend to leave cars stranded on the side of the. road Everything you will learn in this course will be great for all drivers no matter your gender Auto 1 will cover. the basic essentials of automotive service and care Topics that will be covered are maintenance and light repair the. basics of an oil change and vehicle inspection as well as basic brakes and tire repair. CHS Royal Code Do Right Be Noble Choose Excellence Rise Above 25. AUTO 2 Automotive Diagnosis,Grades 9 10 11 12 Semesters 1 Credits 1.
Prerequisites Auto 1, Course Description If you liked your experience in Auto 1 then you will want to take Auto 2 without a doubt In. Auto 2 you will begin learning the process of diagnosing problems that arise in the various systems of the vehicle. You will learn how to use service information systems such as All Data as an aid in the diagnostic process These. systems will range anywhere from electrical issues steering and suspension issues to on board diagnostics scan. AUTO 3 Automotive Systems Repair,Grades 11 12 Semesters 1 Credits 1. Prerequisites Auto 2, Course Description Now that you learned how to diagnose problems with the various systems of a vehicle in Auto. 2 it s time to fix the problems In Auto 3 you will take all of the knowledge you gained in all of your previous Auto. courses and put it to the test We will diagnose and repair the various systems of a vehicle Be ready to get your. hands dirty,AUTO MANAGEMENT,Grades 11 12 Semesters 1 Credits 1. Prerequisites Auto 3, Course Description So you have taken Auto 1 3 and still want more This is the class for you then In this class.
you will get to explore some of the other components of the automotive world You will learn some light body work. including dent repair and body work learn to do some custom work such as window tinting stereo installation and. custom wiring Also you will get to learn how to detail cars inside and out to make them look car show ready. CHS Royal Code Do Right Be Noble Choose Excellence Rise Above 26. BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION,TECHNOLOGIES, CHS Royal Code Do Right Be Noble Choose Excellence Rise Above 27. BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION,TECHNOLOGIES COURSE, Below is a listing of courses offered through the CTE Department Building and Construction Technologies The. graph indicates the course title the grades that a student can take the offering and the prerequisites for taking the. Semesters 9th 10th 11th 12th Prerequisite Courses,Grade Grade Grade Grade. Construction 1,Technology 1 X X X X,Construction 1 Construction Technology 1. Technology 2 X X X, Vocational Building 2 2 periods Construction Technology 2.
Trades 1 X X, Vocational Building 2 2 periods Vocational Building Trades 1. Trades 2 X,Indicates Concurrent Enrollment with EICC. CHS Royal Code Do Right Be Noble Choose Excellence Rise Above 28. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION,TECHNOLOGIES,CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY 1. Grade 9 10 11 12 Semesters 1 Credits 1,Prerequisites None. Course Description Students will learn the proper use and safety of the tools and equipment in the wood shop. This will be done by lessons in the classroom and demonstrations in the shop Students will gain skills on the. equipment to the point they can build projects and take away useful skills for projects around the home. CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY 2,Grade 10 11 12 Semesters 1 Credits 1.
Prerequisites Construction Technology 1, Course Description Students will learn through classroom experiences the basics of residential construction This. will be done by instruction and study of vocabulary tool use blueprints and planning Students will learn about. home building by the use of the SMART board and pictures of a house through various stages of construction. Students will also enhance their woodshop skills by building large scale projects for school use. VOCATIONAL BUILDING TRADES I,Grades 11 12 Semesters 2 2 periods Credits 4. Prerequisites Construction Technology 2, Course Description Students will see learn and be a part of the complete building process of a new home. Students will work alongside of second year students to build a home from the foundation thru the finish work. Students will learn proper techniques tools materials and job safety Building Trades I will prepare the student to. be a valued second year student Attendance and skill proficiency in Construction Technology 2 will be considered. for placement for this course,VOCATIONAL BUILDING TRADES II. Grade 12 Semesters 2 2 periods Credits 4,Prerequisite Vocational Building Trades I.
Course Description Building Trades II students will help Building Trades I students build a new home from. foundation to finish These students will be expected to take on more advanced work due to their previous year of. experience These students will be more involved in the planning preparing and supervising to create a highly. productive work site You will experience everything from the framing roofing siding insulation drywall trim. and cabinetry At completion of this class a student should be experienced to a point to be able to enter an. apprenticeship program of this field or gain employment with a contractor in these lines of construction. Attendance and skill proficiency in Vocational Building Trades I will be considered for placement for this course. CHS Royal Code Do Right Be Noble Choose Excellence Rise Above 29. BUSINESS EDUCATION and,INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COURSE. Below is a listing of courses offered through the CTE Department Business Education and Information Technology. The graph indicates the course title the grades that a student can take the offering and the prerequisites for taking. Semesters 9th 10th 11th 12th Prerequisite Courses,Grade Grade Grade Grade. outside of class Students should come to class prepared to discuss the topics and take pop up quizzes Each student is also required to be prepared to weld everyday Students can take any welding course at anytime as long as they are in sequential order to the class flow chart Students may not take sequential classes at the same time example

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