Important: Class Rules and Procedures
1. Be on time! A tardy will be issued if you are not in your SEAT when the tardy bell ends.
2. No food, drinks, or gum chewing allowed.
3. Respect, Respect, Respect!!!
4. The teacher, not the bell, dismisses class.
5. You must ask for permission to leave your seat.
6. No throwing objects of any kind- small or large.
7. In addition to the above stated rules, ALL school rules listed in the student handbook must be followed.
1st- Warning. A verbal warning will be given to the student.
2nd- Student Conference/Call Home. One on one conference with student will be given, parent/guardian will be notified.
3rd- Teacher Discipline/Call Home. Student will be assigned disciplinary action by the teacher.
4th- OFFICE. Student will be referred to the office of the Assitant Principal.
**The above steps will be followed UNLESS an immediate referral is necessary; which, at that time, no hall conference, phone call, or delay will be taken.** (i.e., fighting, obscenity, fighting, defiance, disrespect)
Fall 2011 Exploring Careers Course Syllabus
Week 1: Attitude, Interests, and Aptitudes
Week 2: Career Fundamentals, Transferable skills, Introduce Career Clusters
Week 3: Agriculture, Transportation, and Construction Careers (MG)
Week 4: Business/Finance, Fine Arts, & Communication Careers
Week 5: Education, Governmnet, and Recreation Careers (MG)
Week 6: Technology, Personal Services, & Manufacturing Careers
Week 7: Marketing, Engineering, and Human Services Careers
Week 8: Public Service and Health Careers (MG)
Week 9: Portfolios, Clusters Reasearch project due (MG)
Week 10: Job Acquisition, Job Search Tools, Applications, Cover Letters
Week 11: Resume', Telephone Etiquette, Interview Etiquette, Mock Interviews (MG)
Week 12: Follow-up, "Why People are Not Hired"
Week 13: Entrepreneurship
Week 14: Budgets: Rules of Budgeting, Build your Budget, Life Styles
Week 15: Money Matters: Banking, Checks, Credit, Savings (MG)
Week 16: Education Alternatives, Specific Behaviors, Mapping Your Future (MG)
Week 17: Finalize Mapping Your Future Presentations, Oral Presentations
Week 18: Comprehensive Semester Exam (MG)
*(MG) Indicates a Major Grade will be given during this week over selected material.