• Human Services

  • Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness

    This interactive course allows students to use principles of lifetime wellness and nutrition to help them make informed choices as well as pursue related careers. The role nutrition plays in both professional and recreational sports will be explored. Students will investigate the relationship between food and physical, emotional, and mental health, developing a nutritional plan which meets the needs of the individual.

  • Introduction to Culinary Arts

Cortney Davis
Career Education

  • Dollars and Sense (Independent Living)

    This course explores managing life independently. Areas of study include apartments and housing, food and nutrition, clothing selection and care, healthy living practices, and careers. A focus on money management and consumer practices and responsibilities will prevail throughout the course.

  • Career Preparation 1 (Coop)

    This course is designed to familiarize the students with the world of work through classroom instruction and a minimum of 15 hours per week of paid on-the-job training. Classroom learning experiences include the following: job acquisition, job management, money management, business communication, occupational safety and health, effective consumer practices, and career planning. Training will occur in one of a variety of occupations such as child care, clothing, food production, hotel management, home furnishings, and others that meet the training criteria. Students enrolled in this course must provide their own transportation.