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    CTE
     
           

    FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE

     

    Teacher: Margo Riley
    Phone:(360) 330-7605 #6115

    Email: Margo Riley

     

     

     What is Early Achievers?

      
    CHILD DEVELOPMENT

    Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12

    Course Length:  One Semester

    Credit: CTE or Elective

    This class explores the many aspects of children from birth to age five and is appropriate for anyone who enjoys working with children or who wants to learn more about children. Students who take this class can advance to daycare and preschool aide in the future. Topics of study include: family types, child birth, stages of development from birth to age five, discipline, brain development, nutrition for children, children’s health and safety, appropriate learning activities for children, and careers with children.

     

    DAYCARE AIDE

    (Child Development)
    Grades: 10, 11, 12

    Course length: One Semester
    Credit: CTE or Elective

    Students who take daycare aide will work in the CHS Cubs Daycare with infants and children up to age 5 on a daily basis. Students will demonstrate various child development skills learned and complete duties assigned by the teacher.Students must be able to work independently, demonstrate professional behavior,and enjoy working with children.

    Students who take this class must have lived in Washington State for three years, have a tuberculosis test, and complete a background check. All assignments are completed in class, except the tuberculosis test, which must be completed by a medical professional and the background check.

     

     

    TEEN PARENTING

    GRADS

    Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12

    Course Length:  One Year

    Credit: CTE or Elective

    Pre-requisite:  Student must be pregnant, be a parent, or have teacher permission to take this class. Students who take this class are encouraged to have their child in the CHS daycare, however it is not required.

     

    This class is designed for pregnant teens and/or young parents.  The program s designed to help and support parent/students to remain in school and earn a high school diploma.  Students will learn practical parenting and child development skills, gain orientation to work, and set goals toward successfully balancing work and family. Topics of study include:  appropriate discipline,child health and safety, appropriate toys for children, growth and development of children, issues of being a teen parent, goal setting, budgeting, pre-postnatal care, careers, and much more!

     

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Last Modified on February 12, 2019