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Family & Consumer Science/STEM/JROTC

Family and Consumer Science 
 
 
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Laura Tapp
Amanda Champagne
Cicely Wallis
Brandy Rea
 
 
Contemporary Health
Contemporary Health (9-12) is a one quarter high school course (offering .5 Carnegie units of credit), which meets the graduation requirement for health. It includes classroom and hands-on experiences that help students acquire the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary for making health-promoting decisions, achieving health literacy, adopting health-enhancing behaviors, and promoting the health of others. In this course of study, emphasis is placed on personal, social and mental health in today’s society. It includes instruction on human growth and development, disease prevention and control, substance abuse and prevention, community and environmental health, nutrition, wellness, safety and first aid. Students will be provided with instruction that is clearly relevant to today’s rapidly changing world. Classes and projects will be designed to spark student interest and enthusiastic participation as well as provide a rationale for content relevancy, thus enabling students to connect what they learn to other aspects of their lives.
 
Family Dynamics
Family Dynamics is a course that develops skills related to personal, family, and social issues. It includes instruction in dimensions of adolescent development, family decisions and responsibilities, social decisions and responsibilities, and management of family systems in today’s society.
 
Resource Management
Resource Management is a course that addresses the identification and management of personal resources and family finances to meet the needs and wants of individuals and families throughout the family life cycle, considering a broad range of economic, social, cultural, technological, environmental, and maintenance factors.
 
Nutrition and Wellness
Nutrition and Wellness is a course that develops skills related to proper nutrition and the concept of overall wellness. It includes instruction in nutrition, exercise and diet, healthy food choices, meal preparation, and components for a healthy lifestyle.
 
Child Development
Resource Management is a course that addresses the identification and management of personal resources and family finances to meet the needs and wants of individuals and families throughout the family life cycle, considering a broad range of economic, social, cultural, technological, environmental, and maintenance factors.
STEM 
 
 
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Madeline Kohler
Neil Scott
Zachary Rigdon
Ty Smith
 
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Applications is an innovative instructional program that prepares students to engage in future academic and vocational courses of study in high school, community college, and institutions of higher learning. Students in STEM Applications complete study in technology literacy, the design process, emerging technologies, computer-aided design, sustainable design and technology, power and energy, robotics simulation, financial and economic literacy, and workplace skills for the 21st century. Required for all 9th graders.
JROTC
 
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Sgt Henderson
Colonel (R) Farragut, SAI
Master Sergeant (R) Lyle, AI
Sergeant First Class (R) Henderson, AI
 
OSHS CTE is extremely proud to share our building with the OSHS JROTC program. Please visit the OSHS JROTC website for more information about the program.