GRADE: 10-12 CREDITS: 20 (year), 10 (semester)
PREREQUISITES: One year prior class-work in cooking.
(Food Education and Service Training) is a course that trains students in food production through hands on experience. FEAST students operate three small business’ including an espresso business, daily healthy snacks for our pre-school and weekly teacher lunches, as well as other catered events on and off campus. Upon completion of this course, students can either work in the food industry or further their education at one of the many culinary colleges.
GRADE: 9-12 CREDITS: 5 (semester)
Through weekly cooking, students will learn to prepare meals and incorporate the use of gourmet foods and international cooking techniques, demonstrate the knowledge of different styles of service, define gourmet food terms and demonstrate appropriate preparation techniques.
GRADE: 9-12 CREDITS 10 (year)
Introductory course covers nutritional concepts for properly balanced menus. Students plan, properly measure recipe ingredients, and practice a variety of cooking and baking methods. Students taste-test and can eat their products
GRADE: 10-12 CREDITS: 10 (year)
SATISFIES CTE: Yes
The Child Development course is a study of the developmental stages of children from conception through adolescence. We study the development of children from the social, emotional, physical, cognitive and language areas of development. Emphasis is placed on the theoretical principles of developmentally appropriate practices applied to programs, classroom environments, emphasizing the key role of relationships, constructive adult-child interactions, and teaching strategies.