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A0101     Preschool Language




A0301     Preschool Math




A0401     Preschool Science




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E0100   Kindergarten Grade Language Arts




E0101   First Grade Language Arts




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E0102   2nd Grade Language Arts




E0103   3rd Grade Language Arts




E0104   4th Grade Language Arts




E0105   5th Grade Language Arts




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E0106   6th Grade Language Arts




E0114   Fourth Grade Reading




E0115   Fifth Grade Reading




E0116   6th Grade Reading




E0120   Title I Reading


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E0200   Kindergarten Grade Social Studies




E0201   1st Grade Social Studies




E0202   2nd Grade Social Studies




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E0203   3rd Grade Social Studies




E0204   4th Grade Social Studies




E0205   5th Grade Social Studies




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E0206   6th Grade Social Studies




E0300   Kindergarten Grade Mathematics




E0301   1st Grade Mathematics




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E0302   2nd Grade Mathematics




E0303   3rd Grade Mathematics




E0304   4th Grade Mathematics




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E0305   5th Grade Mathematics




E0306   6th Grade Mathematics




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E0400   Kindergarten Grade Science




E0401   1st Grade Science




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E0402   2nd Grade Science




E0403   3rd Grade Science




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E0404   4th Grade Science/Health




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E0405   5th Grade Science/Health




E0406   6th Grade Science/Health


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E0500   Kindergarten Art




E0501   First Grade Art




E0502   Second Grade Art




E0503   Third Grade Art




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E0504   Fourth Grade Art




E0505   Fifth Grade Art




E0506   6th Grade Art



E0600   Kindergarten Music


E0601   First Grade Music



E0602   Second Grade Music



E0603   Third Grade Music




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E0604   Fourth Grade Music




E0605   Fifth Grade Music




E0606   6th Grade Music




E0656   Elementary Band




E0700   Kindergarten P.E.




E0701   First Grade P.E.




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E0702   Second Grade P.E.




E0703   Third Grade P.E.




E0704   Fourth Grade P.E




E0705   Fifth Grade P.E




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E0706   6th Grade P.E




E1601   K-12 Guidance




M0175   7th Grade Lang. Arts




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M0181   8th Grade Lang. Arts




M0271   7th Grade Soc. Studies




M0281   8th Grade History




M0371   7th Grade Mathematics


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M0373   Pre-Algebra




M0381   8th Grade Mathematics




M0471   7th Grade Science




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M0481   8th GradeScience




M0571   7th Grade Art




M0581   8th Grade Art




M0675   7th and 8th Grade General Music




M0676   7th and 8th Grade Choir




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M0681   7th and 8th Grade Band




M0783   Jr. High Physical Education




M0871   7th Grade Health




M0881   8th Exploratory FCS




M0981   8th Grade Ind. Tech Exploratory




M1001   7th Grade Keyboarding




M1101   8th Grade Exploratory Agriculture




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M1301   JH Reading Skills




M1303   JH Math Skills




M1305   JH Spelling Skills




M1307   JH English Skills




S0101   English I




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S0111   English II




S0121   English III




S0127   Mass Communications




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S0151   College Writing I




S0182   College Writing II




S0191   Speech




S0192   College Speech




S0193   Writing IV




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S0194   English IV




S0201   Geography




S0203   World History




S0204   American History




S0241   Government




S0251   Economics




S0261   Sociology




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S0295   Leadership




S0301   Math Concepts




S0303   Practical Math




S0311   Algebra I




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S0312   Math IV




S0321   Geometry




S0331   Algebra II




S0351   Math Analysis




S0361   College Algebra




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S0371   Statistics




S0401   General Science




S0411   Biology




S0421   Chemistry




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S0431   Physics




S0441   Environmental Science



S0451   Medical Terminology




S0461   Nursing I




S0471   Nursing II




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S0501   Art I




S0511   Art II




S0521   Graphics




S0531   Multi-Media




S0601   Band




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S0621   Mixed Chorus




S0701   P.Ed. Grade 9 & 10




S0711   P.Ed. Grade 11 & 12




S0721   HS Health




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S0760   Driver Education




S0813   Work Experience




S0816   Careers




S0842   Life Skills




S0852   Child Development




S0853   Peer Tutoring




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S0881   Foods and Nutrition




S0903   Machine Woods




S0931   Computer Assisted Drafting




S0951   Welding




S0953   Electricity




S1031   Computer Applications




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S1032   Keyboarding




S1041   Accounting




S1053   General Business




S1101   Agriscience I




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S1111   Agriscience II




S1121   Agriscience III




S1141   Agriscience IV




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S1161   Horticulture I




S1201   Spanish I




S1203   Spanish 2




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S1205   Spanish 3




S1207   Spanish 4




S1308   HS Reading Skills




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S1309   HS Math Skills




S1310   HS Spelling Skills




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S1311   HS English Skills




S1312   Study Skills




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Course Description                                              Course Authors

Preschool language arts cover the topics of reading, writing,
speaking/communicating, and listening/viewing. Language
arts promotes personal satisfaction and an awareness of the
world around us. Students will be exposed to a variety of
literature and expected to react to the literature. Daily practice
of communications will prepare the students for kindergarten.
Writing readiness skills are practiced during center time and
large group ctivities.                                             Martha Landsberg

Preschool mathematics consists of using basic skills and
concepts in order to gain an understanding of the world and in
preparation for kindergarten. The students will work to build a
basic understanding of math concepts through problem
solving activities, manipulatives and practice. They will be
exposed to real-life situations which will provide motivation for
learning math skills. Preschool math concepts consist of
recognizing and using numbers, measurement, one-to-one
correspondence of numbers, comparing, matching, and
patterns. Centers are used for this daily practice and are
approximately twenty minutes in duration.                         Martha Landsberg

Preschool science prepares students to experience and learn
about the world around them. Students use their senses to
gain an understanding of the concepts of physical
science/chemistry, earth science, scientific inquiry and life
sciences. Twice a week students use science as part of their
center activities for approximately twenty minutes. Specific
units consist of the five senses and pets and animals.          Martha Landsberg




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Kindergarten Reading and Language Arts help students
understand that spoken language is made up of a series of
sounds. Daily instruction is given in reading, oral language,
phonics, and writing. Repetition of reading a text and use of
questioning strategies are important to comprehension.

Students learn letter sounds for initial, medial, and final
consonants. Blending strategies are introduced and students
learn a high frequency vocabulary. Each week a new
wordless book and Kindergarten Reader are given to practice
the skills for the week.

Correct formation of letters, labeling, and short sentences are
modeled and practiced. Students are encouraged to use
drawings as a basis to begin telling a story. They begin story
writing by using beginning letters which lead to creative
spelling for words then for short sentences.

Our Animated Literacy incorporates music, actions, and rhyme
for letter and sound identification. This adds an element of
excitement as students discover new ways to express
themselves.

Approximately one-half of the daily 60 minutes session is
devoted to reading and comprehension and the other half to        Connie Gillaspie


First grade students will spend two hours each day reading
and reacting to various literary genres. Phonological and
phonemic awareness, phonics, word structure and becoming a
fluent reader are areas of emphasis. Students read silently, in
partners, and in whole group situations to improve fluency and
comprehension.

Spelling lists and practice are incorporated throughout the
language arts experience.

Students learn the mechanics of appropriate capitalization,
punctuation and usage in writing. They also use the literature
as a model to stimulate ideas for their personal writing.

Preplanned and spontaneous activities will be used to
integrate reading with the writing process.                       Andrea Lawson




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The second grade language arts curriculum integrates
speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The students
develop their beginning concepts of print and letter/sound
relationship to become problem solvers in the reading and
writing processes. It includes a comprehensive reading
program that includes literature, language and
comprehension, with great emphasis placed on phonics
instruction. They learn the basics of word usage, mechanics,
and spelling. Vocabulary building, creative writing, study skills,
and cooperative learning activities are included. Encouraging
exposure to a variety of literature, both fiction and non-fiction,
serve as models of good writing. Home reading assignments
and supplementary readers provide further reinforcement and
enrichment. The teaching of language arts is cross-curricular
with language arts serving as an integral part of the total grade
2 curriculum.

This is a year-long course. Approximately 90 minutes daily
throughout the year is spent in actual reading instruction.
Spelling instruction is given fifteen minutes per day. Actual
grammar instruction is given four days each week for
approximately fifteen minutes each day. Composition time is          Kathy Roos

The students will be exposed to a variety of literary genres.
They read individually, in partners and small groups to improve
fluency and comprehension. Phonics, reading skills and
strategy lessons support individual abilities. They will integrate
these stories to practice and improve their writing process.
Through individual and group activities students learn the
mechanics of correct punctuation, capitalization, and gammar
usage. Handwriting and Spelling will be incorporated into the
Language Arts program. Approximately 120 minutes per day is
spent on Language Arts.                                            Courtney Hawkins
Language arts is the important skill of correctly writing and
expressing students' thoughts and ideas. It is a key
componant to their future success. First we begin with writing
sentences correctly and progress to writing a variety of
paragraphs, poems, and stories. Included in the writing
process in the planning, creative production of written material
with punctuation, spelling, capitization, and then sharing orally
with the class.

We will spend one hour a day on language and spelling.               Glenda Jensen
5th grade language arts is a course offering instruction in
grammar, punctuation, writing, and proofreading. These
valuable skills are used by people everyday. Therefore it is
important that students gain understanding and accurate
application in these continuous and lifelong skills. Integrated
skills in this course include reading, spelling, speaking, and
group cooperation. This class meets 5 days a week for 40
minutes.                                                             Peggy Kauzlarich




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6th grade language arts is a course offering instruction in
grammar, punctuation, writing, and proofreading. These
valuable skills are used by people everyday. Therefore it is
important that students gain understanding and accurate
application in these continuous and lifelong skills. Integrated
skills in this course include reading, spelling, speaking, and
group cooperation. This class meets 5 days a week for 40
minutes.                                                          Lynne Taylor

Reading is the key that unlocks the world for each student. So
much of what we do in school and throughout our adult life
hinges upon reading and comprehending that material. We
want each child to read and understand so that they can
successfully reach any goal that they set.

 We focus on comprehension, oral presentation, vocabulary,
main idea, phonics, and thinking skills.

We spend 30 minutes daily on instruction with time after that
given for them to do their assignment.                            Glenda Jensen

Fifth grade reading is a course offering instruction in reading
and literature. Reading skills taught are phonics, fluency,
vocabulary, summarization, and comprehension. In addition
to reading skills, students are given opportunities each day to
read literature books of their choosing in order for them to
evaluate and choose appropriate reading materials from the
media center and public library. Integrated skills included in
this course are writing, group cooperation, drama,
multiculturalism, and history.

This class meets for one hour every day.                          Lynne Taylor

6th grade reading is a course offering instruction in reading
and literature. Reading skills taught are phonics, fluency,
vocabulary, summarization, and comprehension. In addition
to reading skills, students are exposed to the different genres
of literature such as contemporary fiction, historical fiction,
fantasy, biography/autobiography, and legends, myths, and
tales. Integrated skills included in this course are writing,
group cooperation, drama, multiculturalism, and history. This
class meets for 1 hour 5 days a week.                             Jason Ogden

Title I Reading instruction services are provided to those
students in kindergarten through the sixth grade who qualify.
Standardized tests and/or teacher recommendations are the
determining factors when considering Title I placement for
students at the primary grade levels. The course is focuses
on four major areas that are adjusted for the needs of each
student and developed throughout the year. These areas are
Vocabulary Building, Reading Comprehension, Phonics, and
Study Skills.                                                     Carol Downing


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The main emphasis in Kindergarten Social Studies is centered
around the students and their world. Students are encouraged
to participate, cooperate, and share through small and large
group activities and projects. Those are aimed at creating
students' self-awareness of themselves as members of a
family, school, community, and world.

Students learn about American symbols and freedom
throughout the school year with the use of videos, programs,
projects, and songs. Students are exposed to multi-cultural
concepts as holidays and events occur.

Social Studies sessions are for 30 minutes 2 days a week.           Connie Gillaspie

Through social studies students learn the knowledge, skills,
and values they need for a lifetime of full and productive
citizenship. Social studies education combines history with
geography with an emphasis on active participation in the
school and community. The first grade social studies
instruction reaches students through a multicultural
perspective. Approximately one unit per quarter is spent
engaging the students in the opportunity to grow in global and
self awareness. There is also an extra study of celebrations
around the world that happens in December.                     Andrea Lawson


The primary emphasis of the second grade social studies
curriculum is placed on helping students recognize the
responsibility of living together and developing a democratic
attitude toward working and playing with others in a community
format. This course is based on geography, history, political
science/citizenship, economics, and current events. A study
of important world and American customs, symbols, and
celebrations is included.

Students are given opportunities to learn through discussions,
projects, learning centers, videos, field trips, the use of time
lines, and integrated literature. Students are given direct
instruction in map skills one session per week along with
integration throughout all units of study. Social studies classes
are taught in units meeting daily for thirty minutes for a period
of three to four weeks per unit. This course is alternately
taught with science throughout the year.

Successful experience in this course leads the students to an
increased knowledge of the world in which they live.                Kathy Roos




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grade social studies curriculum is placed on communities.
The students learn what a community is and how they are a
part of it. Students are given opportunities to learn through
discussion, projects, videos, and intergrated literature. These
units are taght 30 minutes per day and are alternated with
Science units throughout the year.                              Courtney Hawkins



The fourth grade social studies program is a guided tour
through the regions of the United States. Throughout their
travels, we focus on ways of making a living, the human desire
to set goals, face problems, and the necessity of not giving up.
We compare and contrast our area to the other regions to
bring an awareness about the rest of the United States.


The M-U social studies curriculum focuses on life, jobs, and
the development of the United States regions.

In this class, the students will develop a strong background to
understand the differences in the United States and develop
skills for working with each other as we do role plays, skits,
and group activities. We want them to have empathy for
others, stress different job opportunties, and be able to use a
map to prepare them for adult life.

We have social studies class daily for at least 35 minutes.

We use a social studies textbook, Weekly Reader, and a Map
Skills book in order to meet our goals.                    Glenda Jensen

5th grade social studies is a course offering instruction in
American history from the Native Americans to the Cold War.
It is important for 5th grade students to build an understanding
of their nation's history. Understanding the past is the key to
understanding the present. Also included in this course is
instruction in the democratic process which helps students to
become informed and responsible citizens. Integrated skills in
this course include reading, writing, geography,
multiculturalism, humanities, citizenship, and group
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6th grade social studies is a course offering instruction in
world history from the earliest civilizations to modern day. It is
important for 6th graders to understand the world around them
and that not all people live like they do. There are unique
people, governments, religions, and diverse cultures to learn
about and appreciate throughout this course. Integrated skills
in this course include reading, writing, geography,
mulitculturalism, humanities, and group cooperation. This
class meets 5 days a week for 40 minutes.                          Jason Ogden

Mathematics places an emphasis on mastering basic skills
and concepts by helping students to understand how the skills
and concepts work. Exploration and use of manipulatives are
vital for acquisition of skills and concepts.

Kindergarten mathematics features a calendar time and use of
an interactive bulletin board for students to learn and practice
counting, number recognition, graphing, estimation, patterns,
and other basic concepts. Classroom discussion is the core
where students learn by sharing ideas of what, why, and
how.

Classroom investigations allows students to experience first-
hand that math is more than just number sense. Partner
games support mathematic instruction and emphasizes
mental math and mastery of basic facts. Students gain
knowledge by working cooperatively with their peers.

Mathematics is taught 60 minutes daily with approximately 20
minutes devoted to calendar time and 40 minutes for math
related activities. Our school has a reduced class size grant
for an additional teacher when a class has more than 17
students. Therefore, some years there will be team-teachers
for Kindergarten Math.                                           Connie Gillaspie
In first grade math students receive a solid foundation in basic
facts and skills. This is a year-long experience in
understanding numbers and linking that understanding to
specific skills and strategies. Math lessons are taught daily
for a period of forty-five minutes with another 15 minutes each
day dedicated to reading and understanding the calendar,
practicing counting, problem solving, counting money, and
introducing new concepts.

Students are taught to apply all basic facts, skills, and
strategies to situations and problems that exist in the world
about them.                                                        Andrea Lawson




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The second grade math curriculum recognizes that students
need a solid foundation in basic facts and skills. This is a year-
long course designed to assist the students in understanding
numbers and then linking that understanding to specific skills
and strategies. The mathematical areas included are:
concepts, computation, reasoning, number sense, and
geometric and spatial sense. Math lessons are taught daily for
a period of forty-five minutes. Much emphasis is placed on
problem solving. Re-teaching and enrichment exercies are
utilized to meet the individual needs of the students.

Students are taught to apply all basic facts, skills, and
strategies to situations and problems that exist in the world
about them.                                                          Kathy Roos
Mathematics emaphasizes the mastery of the basic skills
concepts and concepts necessary for problem solving
strategies in everyday life. The skills will be developed
through the use of developmental lessons and strategy
lessons. The students recognize ways in which math can be
applied to the real problems and issues in our society.
Approximately forty-five minutes per day is spent on
Mathematics.                                                         Courtney Hawkins


Mathematics is the use of numbers, charts, graphs, and story
problems. We focus strongly on being able to read a word
problem, decide what operation to do, and then solve the
problem. We will understand and correctly do adding and
subtraction of larger numbers. Then we will master multiplying
up to 3 digit numbers and dividing with 2 digit divisors. Other
math concepts are stressed throughout our units so that each
student will have the foundation and knowledge needed to
manage llife successfully.

We will have math daily for 45 minutes.

Students will work in groups, on the board, on individual
chalkboards, and on the computer to accomplish these goals. Glenda Jensen




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The fifth grade mathematics course emphasizes a solid
foundation of basic mathematical concepts and skills. These
concepts and skills continue building on previous skills learned
and expand upon them. These skills are considered the
building blocks for using mathematics in everyday life. We
use problem solving techniques that can be developed for
everyday life experiences as adults.

This class meets every day for forty minutes.

Units will include the use of such processes as analyzing,
relating, evaluating, and problem solving in the processes of
dealing with mathematics. The fifth grade course is designed
to accommodate the individual characteristics of all students
regardless of mental, physical, or cultural differences. Many of
the problems solving items in the class will contain career and
vocational issues relating to the student's environments. Ideas
for future careers are introduced to the students.

This Mathematics program will make the students confident
now, as well as in the future, with a real-world approach to
math. They learn skills of value such as confidence and self-
sufficiency.                                                     Lynne Taylor
The sixth grade mathematics course emphasizes a solid
foundation of basic mathematical concepts and skills. These
concepts and skills continue building on previous skills learned
and expand upon them. These skills are considered the
building blocks for using mathematics in everyday life. We
use problem solving techniques that can be developed for
everyday life experiences as adults. There is a crossover of
mathematics into other subject areas as students compute
formulas in science or study world populations in social
studies.

This class meets every day for forty minutes.

Units will include the use of such processes as analyzing,
relating, evaluating, and problem solving in the processes of
dealing with mathematics. The sixth grade course is designed
to accommodate the individual characteristics of all students
regardless of mental, physical, or cultural differences. Many of
the problem solving items in the class will contain career and
vocational issues relating to the student's environments. Ideas
for future careers are introduced to the students.

This Mathematics program will make the students confident
now, as well as in the future, with a real-world approach to       Lynne Taylor




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Scientific methods are introduced as experiments done in
steps to find out how things around us are made and how they
work. Science kits to enhance learning are used for some
units. Students work cooperatively to investigate, record, and
report findings. They develop skills in prediction, analysis,
summarization, observation and application. Students learn
about daily health habits that lead to a healthy mind and body.
They learn to make wise choices for their safety and those
around them and to practice those safety habits regularly.

Though the use of cooperative involvement and hands-on
investigation, students will develop skill in prediction, analysis,
summarization, observation, and application.

Students of all races, national origins, sexes, and abilities will
be exposed to science as an essential component of every
day life. Through science inquiry, the student will actively
participate and function effectively as a citizen in an changing
society.                                                           Connie Gillaspie


Science is an interdisciplinary subject that uses the following
method of discovery: engage, explore, investigate,
consolodate, and assess. Materials are provided that
encourage hands-on experimentation. Students ask questions
which stimulate thinking and open-ended questions are
directed so children can discover answers by themselves.
The students develop an awareness of career opportunities in
relation to the science content.

Health and safety issues are also incorporated into the first
grade science curriculum.

Children will be encouraged to think, to explore, and discover
during each unit by using hands-on experimentation.
Approximately one unit is covered each quarter for 30 minutes
per day. Besides in depth studies of life science, physical
science, earth science and the human body, we also
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The main emphasis of the second grade science and health
curriculum is to teach the students to recognize and use
fundamental scientific processes by stimulating their curiosity
of their environment. Implementation of the scientific inquiry
process is practiced. Science focuses on three areas: life,
physical, and earth. Through labs, learning centers, research,
field trips, and integrated literacy, students are given the hands-
on opportunities to explore and experiment with basic scientific
concepts. Science is taught in units. Each unit is taught for
thirty minutes daily for a period of three to four weeks
alternating with social studies.

Mini-units in health help students develop an awareness of
how their bodies work, good nutrition, cleanliness, drug abuse,
and safety issues concerning bus, traffic, bicycle, and
playground. Each mini-unit is taught for one to two 30 minute
sessions per month.                                             Kathy Roos

The third grade science progam develops and builds on
children's natural curiosity about themselves and the world
around them. This progam provides positive learning
experiences for all students of different backgrounds and
abilities. Questioning, cooperative and individual activities,
hands-on projects, and other techniques engage students in
successful learning experiences. Health and safety is
incoproated into the Science curriculum. This course is taught
approximately one unit per quarter for 30 minutes per day.     Courtney Hawkins




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Science is a class where students use their natural curiousity
to learn about the world and scientific concepts. We use
experiments and activities to explain the material presented in
the book. We want the students to gain confidence in using
inquiry skills and to develop successful problem solving
strategies.

In our Health class we focus on the life skills that they will
need to stay healthy. Our main goals involve giving them
them the correct health information and the steps to make
good, healthy decisions. They will understand that staying
healthy and making good life choices is each own student's
responsibility and that with each choice there is a
consequences, either positive or negative.

Throughout both areas of study, students will be working in
groups, doing experiments/projects, role plays, and other
activities. They will develop skills in working together, taking
responsibility, learning about career opportunities, and having
solid knowledge for a successful future.

We will cover plants, electricity, light, sound, and the solar
system in Science. In Health we cover topics such as body
systems, teeth care, exercise, drugs,and safety which includes
traffic, home, water safety.

                                                                   Glenda Jensen




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The fifth grade curriculum provides active learning
experiences for all students of different backgrounds and
abilities. We use experiments and activities to explain the
material presented in the book. Our program develops an
understanding of how science relates to everyday life and
builds on children's natyral curiosity about the world around
them.

Emphasis is placed upon providing a variety of learning
experiences that propmote scientific literacy and their
environment. Our curriculum will help prepare students for life
in a complex world with many human cultures and values. We
are all citizens of planet earth and understanding the relation
ship and balance of the earth's resources will determine the
quality of life for the futue.

Throughout the areas of study, students will be working in
groups, doing experiments-projects, role plays, and other
activities. They will develop skills in working together, taking
responsibility, learning about career opportunities, and having
a solid knowledge background for a successful future.

Our science program develops inquiry skills required for
problem-solving in all areas of life. Creative thinking skillsare
developed through questions, activities, projects, and other
techniques.                                                         Lynne Taylor
The sixth grade curriculum provides active learning
experiences for all students of different backgrounds and
abilities. We use experiments and activities to explain the
material presented in the book. Our program develops an
understanding of how science relates to everyday life and
builds on children's natyral curiosity about the world around
them.

Emphasis is placed upon providing a variety of learning
experiences that propmote scientific literacy and their
environment. Our curriculum will help prepare students for life
in a complex world with many human cultures and values. We
are all citizens of planet earth and understanding the relation
ship and balance of the earth's resources will determine the
quality of life for the futue.

Throughout the areas of study, students will be working in
groups, doing experiments-projects, role plays, and other
activities. They will develop skills in working together, taking
responsibility, learning about career opportunities, and having
a solid knowledge background for a successful future.

Our science program develops inquiry skills required for
problem-solving in all areas of life. Creative thinking skillsare
developed through questions, activities, projects, and other
techniques.                                                         Jason Ogden


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This is a beginning art class. This course serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes once a week.      Susan Martsching

This is a beginning art class. This course serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes once a week.      Susan Martsching

This is a beginning art class. This course serves as
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes once a week.      Susan Martsching

This is a beginning art class. This course serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

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This is a beginning art class. This course serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes once a week.        Susan Martsching

This is a beginning art class. This course serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes once a week.        Susan Martsching

This is a beginning art class. This course serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes once a week.        Susan Martsching
At the kindergarten level, the teacher helps the students to
explore music through singing, movement and playing
instruments. This class meets for thirty minutes three times a
week.                                                             Daniel Vanderlinden
At the first grade level, the student is experiencing music and
identifying basic music concepts. This class meets three
times a week for thirty minutes each session.                     Daniel Vanderlinden
At the second grade level, the student is experiencing music,
beginning music reading and labeling form, tempo, and
dynamics. This class meet three times a week for thirty
minutes each session.                                             Daniel Vanderlinden

At the third grade level, the student is experiencing music,
exploring harmony, labeling and identifying meter. This class
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At the fourth grade level, the student is experiencing music,
learning to play recorder, singing in harmony, labeling song
forms and reading and interpreting music. This class meets
three times a week for thirty minute sessions.                   Daniel Vanderlinden
At the fifth grade level, the student is experiencing music,
singing in harmony, exploring music history, is introduced to
music from other countries and is reading and interpreting
music. This class meets twice a week for 50 minutes each
session.                                                         Daniel Vanderlinden

At the sixth grade level, students will sing in various styles and
languages, listen to various musical styles, review musical
elements, play various percussion and melody instruments,
and use gestures and movement with music. This class
meets twice a week for 50 minutes each session.                    Daniel Vanderlinden
The Elementary Band will consist of any fifth and sixth grade
student who is willing to perform in thIs group. This group will
have a split rehearsal that will meet three times a week for
fourty-four minutes. They will perform at the Holiday and
Spring concerts and all students will perform a solo at Moulton-
Udell Solo Day. Sectionals and/or private lessons may also
be scheduled by the director.                                      Daniel Vanderlinden


The lower elementary physical education courses primarily
promote motor skills and lead up activities. These will allow
for success in future physical education activities.

This course is taught in a forty-five minute time session once
weekly.

The students are involved in a variety of movement activities,
as well as, games that promote self-awareness.                   Brent Martsching


The lower elementary physical education courses primarily
promote motor skills and lead up activities. These will allow
for success in future physical education activities.

This course is taught in a forty-five minute time session once
weekly.

The students are involved in a variety of movement activities,
as well as, games that promote self-awareness.                   Brent Martsching




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The lower elementary physical education courses primarily
promote motor skills and lead up activities. These will allow
for success in future physical education activities.

This course is taught in a forty-five minute time session once
weekly.

The students are involved in a variety of movement activities,
as well as, games that promote self-awareness.                       Brent Martsching


The lower elementary physical education courses primarily
promote motor skills and lead up activities. These will allow
for success in future physical education activities.

This course is taught in a forty-five minute time session once
weekly.

The students are involved in a variety of movement activities,
as well as, games that promote self-awareness.                       Brent Martsching
The upper elementary physical education courses involve
intermediate level activities in the area of motor skills, spacial
awareness and team skills. These will allow for success in
future physical education activities.

This course is taught in a forty-five minute time session once
weekly.

The students are involved in a variety of movement activities,
as well as, games that promote self-awareness, social skills
and team skill development.                                          Brent Martsching
The upper elementary physical education courses involve
intermediate level activities in the area of motor skills, spacial
awareness and team skills. These will allow for success in
future physical education activities.

This course is taught in a forty-five minute time session once
weekly.

The students are involved in a variety of movement activities,
as well as, games that promote self-awareness, social skills
and team skill development.                                          Brent Martsching




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The upper elementary physical education courses involve
intermediate level activities in the area of motor skills, spacial
awareness and team skills. These will allow for success in
future physical education activities.

This course is taught in a forty-five minute time session once
weekly.

The students are involved in a variety of movement activities,
as well as, games that promote self-awareness, social skills
and team skill development.                                       Brent Martsching
PRESCHOOL THROUGH SIXTH GRADE: The emphasis in
elementary school is character education and growing good
citizens. Keystone Curriculum is used in these classrooms for
Character Education. This curriculum is supplemented with
other resources as necessary. These sessions are held for an
average of 30 minutes per class per week with the exception
of preschool. Preschool sessions are limited to 10-15 minutes
to allow for limited attention span of this age group. Topics
discussed include: Kindness, Courage, Self-Control,
Forgiveness, Respect, Diligence, Loyalty, Honesty, and
Confidence.
SEVENTH THROUGH TWELFTH GRADE: The emphasis in
middle and high school is planning for the future, whether that
is extended education or joining the world of work. Students
are assisted in making class selections each semester,
exploring various career choices, exploring various college
choices, exposure to post-secondary help for financial aid,
interviews with college representatives, interviews with military
recruiters, and opportunities to dialogue with members of the Lynne Taylor

Language is essential for basic thinking and learning
achievement in every phase of education and social
interaction. Language Arts is a course designed to promote
language and the students' effectiveness to communicate.

This is a required Language Arts course for all 7th grade
students. This course meets for forty-five minutes daily. In
written language the student will focus on grammar, usage,
and mechanic skills. Spelling words will be utilized to build
vocabulary and practice writing skills.

In literature, the student will experience a variety of reading
selections to enhance reading comprehension, enrich
vocabulary, provide opportunities to practice oral and written
communication skills.                                                Jason Ogden




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Language is essential for basic thinking and learning
achievement in every phase of education and social
interaction. Language Arts is a course designed to promote
language and the students' effectiveness to communicate.

This is a required Language Arts course for all 8th grade
students. This course meets for forty-five minutes daily.
Students will identify parts of speech, improve mechanical
skills, and increase their reading, speaking, and writing skills.
As well as, develop and/or improve research and reference
skills through the completion of many literature based units
and activities. Students will correctly identify plot, characters,
setting, and points of view in novels and short stories.
Students will identify various parts of speech, as well as
themes in a poetry. Paragraph and essay writing will be
completed in response to literary units demonstrating the
usage of correct and complete grammar, punctuation, correct
format, and spelling.                                              Jason Ogden

This course is the study of the skills and attitudes needed for
responsible and effective citizenship, the origin, structure and
function of the American political, legal, economic and
international systems, American government and role of
citizens in preserving our democracy. This course is 45
minutes per day for two semesters.                                 David Housman

This course is the study of the skills and attitudes needed for
responsible and effective citizenship, the origin, structure and
function of the American political, legal, economic and
international systems, American government and role of
citizens in preserving our democracy. This course is 45
minutes per day for two semesters.                                 David Housman

This is a course required by all seventh grade students not
enrolled in 7th Grade Math Skills. This class will meet for one
full class period each day of the school week for two
semesters. Students will use basic math operations to
compute math problems. They will explore the relationship
between ratio, percent, and fractions; solve basic rate
problems; classify basic geometric shapes and their
properties; compute problems with positive and negative
integers; and use a variety of strategies for solving problems.
Mathematical concepts are presented in a way that students
discover how they apply to everyday life and future career
options. Students will work in a variety of ways: alone, in pairs,
in small groups, and in large groups. Students are encouraged
to reach their answers in many ways and to share those ways
with others, thereby learning that there are multiple ways to
reach the same answer. Students grades are determined by
scores on daily work, quizzes and tests.                           Jason Ogden


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Pre-Algebra is a two semester course which meets daily for
forty-four minutes. It is an upper level eighth grade course
that is offered to ninth to twelfth grade students for credit. Pre-
Algebra is a course designed to teach students higher level
mathematics that will be used on a daily basis. Topics from
this course will be used when cooking, balancing checkbooks,
running a successful household, as well as many other
activities. Topics in this course are taught in a variety of
manners. These manners include hands-on, oral, group
projects, daily assignments, tests, activities, manipulatives,
and others. Some of the topics covered are integers, solving
equations and inequalities, ratio, proportions, percentages,
and formulas for area and volume. Calculators are permitted. Kim Lawson

This is a course required by all eighth grade students not
enrolled in 8th Grade Math Skills or Pre-Algebra. This class
will meet for one full class period each day of the school week
for two semesters. Mathematical concepts are presented in a
way that students discover how they apply to everyday life and
future career options. Many hands-on applications are made in
this class, such as relating math to cooking, purchasing items
from a catalog, and comparing cost of like items from different
stores. Exploration and application of technology will be used
in this class by all students. A broad range of topics are
covered such as computation, geometry, measurement,
estimation, algebra, probability, statistics, and number
concepts. Problem solving strategies will be applied in all
areas. Students will work in a variety of ways: alone, in pairs,
in small groups, and in large groups. Students are encouraged
to reach their answers in many ways and to share those ways
with others, thereby learning that there are multiple ways to
reach the same answer. Students grades are determined by
scores on daily work, quizzes and tests.                         Lynne Taylor

Life Science provides students with an awareness of their
world and teaches them to appreciate, preserve, and improve
their lives and their environment. The major areas of study
are cells, heredity, classifying organisms, simple animals,
complex animals, and human body systems. Students will
develop an understanding of how life science decisions impact
all vocations and careers including health, nutrition,
agriculture, and medicine. Cooperative learning groups and
activities will actively engage students in the learning process.
Students are in science for 44 minutes per day every day of
the school year.                                                  Jason Ogden




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Physical Science is taught to enhance the student's
awareness of major scientific concepts as they relate to
common life experiences. Topics covered include: matter,
atoms and the periodic table; motion, forces and energy;
sound and light; and electricity and magnetism. Cooperative
learning groups and activities will actively engage students in
the learning process. Students are in science for 44 minutes
per day every day of the school year.                             Jim Altmaier

This is a beginning art class. This couse serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes twice a week.       Susan Martsching

This is an intermediate art class. This couse serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes twice a week.       Susan Martsching

Students will sing in various styles, listen to music from
different cultures and periods of music history, continue music
theory, explore careers in music, study various dance styles,
and explore multi-cultural percussion ensembles. This class
meets 45 minutes every other day for the entire year.           Daniel Vanderlinden

The seventh and eighth grade vocal music students receive 45
minute instruction in the development of the singing voice and
a study of the centuries of choral literature created for it.
Through rehearsals, public performances and participation in
contests and festivals, efforts are made to develop the singer's
knowledge and talents, and to instill a respect for this art form
so that the students may discover singing as a lifetime skill for
enjoyment and artistic expression. This class meets every
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Membership is open to any 7-12 student who plays a band
instrument. Instrumental music class will meet five days a
week for fourty-four minutes. Members have the opportunity
to participate in the following: Marching Band, Concert Band,
Jazz Band, Pep Band, Honor Band, and solo/ensemble
performances. By participating in these bands students will
develop listening skills, teamwork, and a life long skill in music. Daniel Vanderlinden

Jr. High physical education students are involved in a variety
of activities that promote team building and improve social
skills, as well as, develop lifetime fitness behaviors.

Students participate in forty-five minute sessions on alternating
days.

Emphasis is placed on self-steem and a comfortable learning
environment.                                                         Brent Martsching
This 18 week, co-educational course is developed to introduce
adolescent behavior and other levels of understanding.
Students will also learn about emotions, growth and
development, healthy lifestyles, dangers of drugs, alcohol and
tobacco.                                                             Brent Martsching
8th Grade Exploratory FCS meets in a small group setting to
discuss topics dealing with personal development, career
exploration and goal setting, food preparation and dietary
needs, child care, clothing care, housing, money management
and consumer skills.                                                 Dianna Davis
This is an introduction of several different skills and
processes. Students will work on various projects with
woodworking power tools to complete projects like a CO2 car,
Rocket, and a woodworking project of their choice. There is a
shop fee and project costs for this class. This class meets for
one tri-semester.                                                    Phil Beeler
This is a one semester exploratory class required of all 7th
grade students. It meets three days per week for 45 minutes.
The course includes the proper use of keying skills as
students learn proper reaches for the alphabetic and numeric
keyboard. Students will also learn how to properly prepare
short letters and short reports as well as how to utilize the
special functions of a computer. Social skills is included in this
course to help the students adjust to Jr. High and becoming an
adolescent.                                                          Gary Ogden

This 12 week, co-educational course is developed to introduce
students to the basics of the Agriculture Industry. Students will
also gain a basic knowledge of FFA and discuss career
opportunities in Agriculture. The course is designed to
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Jr. High Reading gives the students the skills they need to
read well. Instruction is based on the student's IEP. Skills
taught are phonetic awareness, vocabulary, summation,
fluency and comprehension. Students may use a variety of
resources to read from newspapers, magazines, textbooks,
novels and literature books. This class meets 45 minutes
each school day.                                                 Laurie Oden

Jr. High Special Education math emphasizes mastering basic
skills and strategies to solve every day problems students
encounter in daily life. The course will be designed to meet
the needs of individual students as written in their IEP. Topics
to be covered are estimation, money, measurement, addition,
subtration, multiplication and division of whole numbers,
decimal fractions and word problems, reading maps, charts
and diagrams. The class meets 45 minutes each school day. Laurie Oden

This class is taught to Jr. High students whose academic level
is significally below their peers. It is designed for a special ed
student to enhance their spelling skills in daily life. The
curriculum will depend upon each student's IEP and this class
will meet 45 minutes a day and is combined with English.           Laurie Oden
Jr. High English class was designed to give students the tools
they need to communicate effectively in oral and written
communication. Instructions are given in grammar,
punctuation, capitalization, usage, composition and
proofreading. Integrated skills are reading, spelling and study
skills. The class curriculum will be determined by the
individual student's IEP. This class meets 45 minutes each
school day.                                                        Laurie Oden


Language is essential for basic thinking and learning
achievement in every phase of education and social
interaction. Language Arts is a course designed to promote
language and the students' effectiveness to communicate.

This is a required Language Arts course for all 9th grade
students. This course meets for forty-five minutes daily.
Students will also review and reinforce their spelling, grammar,
language, mechanical skills as well as increase their reading
and speaking skills. Students will identify elements of
literature and apply the use of themes and genres in their
essay writing. Students will increase their research skills and
gain knowledge of issues related to topics of literature through
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Language is essential for basic thinking and learning
achievement in every phase of education and social
interaction. Language Arts is a course designed to promote
language and the students' effectiveness to communicate.

This is a required course for all 10th grade students. This
course meets for forty-five minutes daily. Students will identify
major authors and poets, gain an appreciation of literature,
and develop and understanding of both themes and issues in
literature. Students will become proficient in expositiory and
literary writing and participate in a variety of literature based
activities. Proper grammar, vocabulary building, and spelling
skills continue to be reinforced.                                 Tiffany Meyer


Language is essential for basic thinking and learning
achievement in every phase of education and social
interaction. Language Arts is a course designed to promote
language and the students' effectiveness to communicate.

This is a required course for all 11th grade students. This
course meets daily for forty-five minutes. Students will read
and reflect upon literature written by American authors, gain
an appreciation of literature from this country, and improve
upon their essay writing skills as well as accomplish the
process of writing a research paper. Vocabulary, spelling, and
grammatical mechanics are essential to good writing. The
students' acquired skills will continue to be reinforced and
enhanced through the completion of varied literature based
activities.                                                    Tiffany Meyer

Language and communication through different forms is
essential for social interaction and the students' effectiveness
to communicate with peers. Mass Communications is a course
designed to promote language awareness through the study of
different forms of media.

This course is a study of the different forms of media available
to the public and their importance in our daily lives. A
significant component of this course is the interviewing,
writing, and editing process involved with publishing a
newspaper page for the local paper. This course meets for
forty-five minutes daily. This course is available in semester
incruments with each student being able to participate in both
sessions offered.                                                Tiffany Meyer




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This course emphasizes competent writing skills, focusing
primarily on expository and analytical writing. Particular
attention is given to rhetorical modes and to the analysis of
social issues and/or literary works. Students will write four to
six 500 - 1000 word essays. Instruction also includes clarity,
punctuation, and style. All students enrolled in this course
must take the COMPASS e-write Test.                                Indian Hills Community College

This course introduces the student to the process of research
writing using the Modern Language Association
documentation style. A thesis-driven report paper and a thesis-
driven argumentative essay, both documented in MLA style,
will demonstrate the student's proficiency with the research
process. Prerequistite: EN230T College Writing I.               Indian Hills Community College

Language and communication is essential for basic thinking
and learning achievement in every phase of education and
social interaction. Speech is a course designed to promote
language and public speaking effectiveness of the students'.

This class is a study of the process of public speaking and
presenting. This course meets for forty-five minutes daily.
This class is limited to one semester per student. Students
will perform a number of analysis on themselves as well as on
their peers in the area of social awareness and public
presentations. Students will write, present, and assess a
variety of public speaking genres and participate in many
excersies that will better prepare them for the public speaking
process.                                                        Tiffany Meyer

This course prepares the student for a variety of speaking
situations, both formal and informal. The student will prepare
and deliver 5 to 7 speeches using a variety of preparation and
delivery stategries. The student will learn how to incorporate
research and professional presentational aids into a speech. Indiana Hills Community College

Composition courses focus on students’ writing skills and
develop their ability to compose different types of papers for a
range of purposes and audiences. These courses enable
students to explore and practice descriptive, narrative,
persuasive, or expositive styles as they write paragraphs,
essays, letters, applications, formal documented papers, or
technical reports. Although composition courses may present
some opportunities for creative writing, their focus usually
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English/Literature (juniors and seniors) courses are designed
for juniors and /or seniors and emphasize comprehension,
discernment, and critical-thinking skills in the reading of texts
and literature. These courses introduced and explore more
advanced literary genres, with the aim of creating
sophisticated readers. Writing assignments are required as
an additional method to develop and improve critical thinking
and analytic skills.                                              'Tiffany Meyer
A topographical study of the World including climates,
resources, governments, contributions of groups and
individuals and economics as related to geography and
conservation. Required for graduation. This course is 45
minutes per day, for two semesters.                               David Housman
A chronological study of World History from the first
Civilization to modern times. The contribution of different
Civilizations, religions, cultures and individual are covered.
Required for graduation. This course is 45 minutes per day for
two semsters.                                                     David Housman

This course provides an in-depth study of key events, people,
and issues in the history of the U.S. Special emphasis is
placed on basic ideas and skills such as “cause and effect”
relationships, multiple causation of events, economic
interdependence between world regions, the use of historical
data to solve problems, and the development of a timeline
perspective in studying the nation’s history. The focus of the
course is on themes, issues, events, people, and concepts
that help the student relate to the past, present and future.
Required for graduation. This course is 45 minutes per day for
two semsters                                                   David Housman

This course includes the study of national, state, and local
governments, limits on citizenship, law, civil rights and liberties
and bureaucrats. Politics are included plus problems of
governments today. Required for graduation. This course is
45 minutes per day for one semester.                                David Housman

This includes the contributions of great economists, trends in
Economics, basic economics, supply and demand, Gross
National Product, household consumption, business
investment, public spending and the deficits. Economic
cycles, unemployment, plus conservation of resources are
also covered. Required for graduation. This course is 45
minutes per day for one semester.                                David Housman
A systematic study of social behavior and groups - Including
methods of research, organization of social life, associations,
deviance and social control, inequality, stratification, by race
and ethnicity, gender and age. This course is 45 minutes per
day for one semester.                                            David Housman




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We are living in an interesting time of change. The greatest
need we have is for leaders who have the skills and
knowledge to make a difference in the world. This means that
they have done the hard work of learning self-discipline and
being personally responsible for their own actions, attitudes,
and behaviors. Topics for this class include self-concept, first
impressions, self-control, empathy, social skills, public
speaking, values, principles, peer pressure,and taking
responsibility. This class meets daily for 44 minutes per day
for one semester.                                                Dan Walker
This is a two semester course that meets for forty four minutes
a day. This is a beginning level math course. Math concepts
begins by reviewing basic mathematical operations such as
addition, subtration, multiplication, division, decimals, and
fractions. Also covered are standard and metric
measutement, elementary prbability, ratio, proportion, percent,
and geometric formulas. The course ends with an
introductionto integers and algebraic equations. Calculators
are permitted.                                                   Kim Lawson
Practical Math is a two semester course that meets daily for
forty-four minutes. This course is a junior/senior level class.
Practical Math deals with several "Practical" math situtations,
some examples are: checking accounts, cooking (recipes),
budgeting, auto/home loans, taxes, planning vacations, and
much more. This course also deals with real world
applications of algebra, geometry, and other basic
mathematical concepts, as well as statistics and probability.
Students in this course apply mathematical knowledge to
many everyday activities.                                        Kim Lawson

Algebra I is a two semester course that meets daily for forty
four minutes. It is a course targeted for students intending to
continue any type of post secondary education. Algebra I is a
prerequisite for higher level courses. It is a foundation for
courses other than mathematics such as science and
computer courses. The course includes the mastery of
solutions and application of equations and inequalities,
graphing, rational expressions, polynomials, factoring, and
others. An emphasis will be placed on developing problem
solving skills, and social skills involved in cooperative learning
situations.                                                        Kim Lawson




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Pre-Calculus courses combine the study of Trigonometry,
Elementary Functions, Analytic Geometry, Math Analysis
topics as preparation for calculus. Topics typically include the
study of complex numbers; polynomial, logarithmic,
exponential, rational, right trigonometric, and circular
functions, and their relations, inverses and graphs;
trigonometric identities and equations; solutions of right and
oblique triangles; vectors; the polar coordinate system; conic
sections; Boolean algebra and symbolic logic; mathematical
induction; matrix algebra; sequences and series; and limits
and continuity.                                                  Kim Lawson


Geometry is a two semester course that meets daily for forty-
four minutes. Geometry is a course designed to help students
with reasoning and proof as well as applying general math and
algebra to real world situations. Students learn through oral,
written, and hands on activities, along with daily assignments,
projects, tests, individual and group activities. Some topics
covered in Geometry are: translations, rotations, reflections,
graphing, slopes, formulas (perimeter, area, circumferemce,
etc…), circles, and much more. Students will create portfolios
that show the use of Geometry in the real world.                Kim Lawson


Algebra II is a two semester course which meets daily for forty
four minutes. This course is designed for students who have
demonstrated success in previous math courses and intend to
continue any post secondary education. This course covers a
variety of topics which include language and structure of
algebra, algebraic expressions, equations and inequalities,
graphing (with and without TI-81 calculators), linear equations
and functions, polynomials, complex numbers, and more.
Students will work with solving real world algebraic problems
and problems that require higher order thinking skills.         Kim Lawson
This course is designed to prepare students for calculus and
other math-related courses needed in business or science.
Topics include polynomial and rational functions and graphs,
trigonometric functions and identities, and conic sections.
Before enrolling in this course, a student should have a
mastery of advanced algebra concepts.                           Indian Hills Community College

This course extends study of algebraic principles. Topics
include linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, graphs
of relations and functions, exponential and logarithmic
functions, systems of equations and inequlaities, and matrices
and determinants. Before enrolling in this course, a student
should have a strong background in algebra.                     Indian Hills Community College




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This course in an introduction to and survey of general
statistics. Topics covered include obtaining, presenting, and
organization statistical data; measures of central tendency and
variability; probability concepts; probability distributions;
hypotheses testing; and simple linear regression. Some
background in algebra is recommended.                           Indian Hills Community College

An understanding of the many earth processes occurring
around each student daily will be the major goal of this class.
They will be exposed to many new principles and theories
through a variety of methods ranging from small group
discussions, lecture, group activities, research presentations,
and laboratory investigations. The major areas of study
include rocks and minerals, plate tectonics, earthquakes,
volcanoes, weathering and erosion, earth's history, weather
and climate, and astronomy. This class meets daily for the
entire school year for 44 minutes per day.                        Jim Altmaier

Biology is the study of life. Therefore, understanding life and
life processes are important skills to live a healthy and
productive life. Topics of study include cell structure and
function, heredity, classification, simple animals, complex
animals, and body systems. These concepts will be offered
through a variety of methods including small group
discussions, lecture, group activities, research presentations
and laboratory investigations. This class meets daily for 44
minutes per day the entire school year.                           Jim Altmaier

Chemistry is the study of matter, its structure, properties,
compostion, and the changes it undergoes. Topics include the
scientific method and measurement, energy, the structure of
atoms, chemical formulas and equations, phases of matter,
and acid-base reactions. This course is primarily an
application and problem-solving course with a strong
emphasis on the introduction of the quantitative nature of
science. These concepts will be offered through a variety of
methods including small group discussions, lecture, group
activities, research presentations and laboratory
investigations. Class meets for 44 minutes per day every day
of the school year. This course is offered to 11th and 12th
grade students who have successfully completed Algebra I
and Biology. Chemistry is offered on an alternating schedule
with Physics.                                                Jim Altmaier




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Physics is the science that deals with matter and energy. The
course uses logic and mathematics as tools to quantify and
describe everyday events like motion, force, gravity, energy,
work, waves, sound, light, and electricity. These concepts are
put into formulas that can be used to predict results and make
decisions. Labs are designed to show how the formulas apply
to what actually happens. Teaching methods include small
group discussions, lecture, group activities, research
presentations, and laboratory investigations. This class meets
daily for the entire school year for 44 minutes per day. This
course is offered to 11th and 12th grade students who have
successfully completed Algebra I and Biology. Physics is
offered on an alternating schedule with Chemistry.             Jim Altmaier

Environmental Science is the science that deals with problems
facing our society today. Topics include how species interact,
types of ecosystems, water pollution, air pollution, the
atmosphere and climate, land use, food shortages,
endangered species, energy sources, waste disposal, and
population growth. These concepts will be offered through a
variety of methods including small group discussions, lecture,
group activities, research presentations, and laboratory
investigations. This class meets daily throughout the school
year for 44 minutes per day.                                   Jim Altmaier
This course offers a study of the basic medical language
essential to health occupations careers. Emphasis will be
placed on word analysis and construction, definitions,
pronunciation, spelling, and standard abbreviations.           Indian Hills Community College

This course introduces the essentials scientific knowledge,
technical skils, and communication techniques, as specified by
OBRA, to function as an accountable member of the health
care team. Theory, laboratory practice, and clinical
experience will be incorporated to prepare the student to
address the biopsychosocial and spiritual needs of patients.   Indian Hills Community College

This course advances student knowledge of the essential
scientific knowledge, technical skils, and communication
techniques, as specified by OBRA, to function as an
accountable member of the health care team. Theory,
laboratory practice, and clinical experience will be incorporated
to prepare the student to address the biopsychosocial and
spiritual needs of patients.                                      Indian Hills Community College




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This is an advanced art class. This couse serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes every day.         Susan Martsching
This is an advanced art class. This couse serves as a
combination of art appreciation, art history, art design, and
hands-on exploration of techniques and mechanics in
completing projects in all/various mediums.

A variety of Elements of Art are presented in each course.
The areas of Elements of Art consist of Line, Shape, Balance,
Texture and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes every day.         Susan Martsching
This is a computer based class. Computer keyboarding is a
prerequisite. In this class the students explore various
computer applications. This course centers on the
development of skills and knowledge of the mechanics of
computer applications.

A variety of Elements of the Computert are presented in each
course. The areas of the Computer consist of Word
Processing, Photo Shop, Page Maker and many others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes every day.         Susan Martsching
This is a computer based class. Computer keyboarding is a
prerequisite. In this class the students explore various
computer applications. This course centers on the
development of skills and knowledge of the mechanics of
computer applications.

A variety of Elements of the Computert are presented in each
course. The areas of the Computer consist of Word
Processing, Photo Shop, Page Maker, Print Shop and many
others.

The course is presented in forty-five minutes every day.         Susan Martsching

Membership is open to any 7-12 student who plays a band
instrument. Instrumental music class will meet five days a
week for fourty-four minutes. Members have the opportunity
to participate in the following: Marching Band, Concert Band,
Jazz Band, Pep Band, Honor Band, and solo/ensemble
performances. By participating in these bands students will
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The high school vocal music students (grade 9-12) receive 45
minute daily instruction in the development of the singing voice
and a study of the centuries of choral literature created for it.
Through daily rehearsals, public performances and
participation in contests and festivals, efforts are made to
develop the singer's knowledge and talents, and to instill a
respect for this art form so that the students may discover a
lifetime of enjoyment and improved quality of life.               Daniel Vanderlinden

High School physical education students are involved in a
variety of activities focussing on lifetime fitness activities, as
well as, team competitions emphasizing fair play
sportsmanship and participation.

Students participate in forty-five minute sessions on alternating
days. Emphasis is placed on self-esteem and a comfortable
learning environment.

Students are encouraged to participate at a comfortable level
and are evaluated primarily by effort and participation.             Brent Martsching

High School physical education students are involved in a
variety of activities focussing on lifetime fitness activities, as
well as, team competitions emphasizing fair play
sportsmanship and participation.

Students participate in forty-five minute sessions on alternating
days. Emphasis is placed on self-esteem and a comfortable
learning environment.

Students are encouraged to participate at a comfortable level
and are evaluated primarily by effort and participation.             Brent Martsching

High School Health is a progressive two semester course
offered to all High School students, but encouraged for 11 &
12th grade students.

A variety of methods are employed ranging from discussion,
activities and self assessment. Areas of emphasis include
Nutrition, Substance Abuse, Health Risk Factors and others.

The course is made available in forty-five minute sessions that
meet once daily and is offered as an elective course for all
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This class is open to students who are at least 14 years of age
and you must be in the 9th grade or above, you must also
possess a valid learner's permit at the time class starts. Older
students have priority over younger students in case of a class
overload situation.

Students will receive a minimum of 30 hours of classroom
instruction and 6 hours of driving instruction. Students will get
experience on country, secondary and primary roadways plus
rural small towns and city driving.

There is a fee for this course set by the school board.             Phil Beeler
Work Experience is an elective class for students who have
taken or are taking Careers. Students receive credit for
working at approved job sites at times arranged with the
principal. With the support of the cooperating supervisor
students practice job related skills.                               Dianna Davis

CAREERS is a two semester coeducational class for students
in grades 11 and/or 12. Classroom instruction covers career
exploration, identificaiton of personal values and interests, job
seeking skills, goal setting and decision-making. Independent
living skills are addressed in the second semester covering
money management, consumer skills in buying food, clothing,
housing, insurance, banking and credit use.                       Dianna Davis

LIFE SKILLS is a two semester coeducational class for
students in grades 11 and/or 12. In this class students discuss
ways to develop positive self-concepts, demonstrate effective
communications skills, study the family life cycle and relate
ways to strengthen relationships, utilize decision-making
strategies in managing finances, examine parenting roles and
develop an awareness of the needs of the aging adult.           Dianna Davis

CHILD DEVELOPMENT is a two semester coeducational
class for students in grades 9 through 12. In this class
students study parenting responsibilities, review reproduction
and child birth, relate health concerns and life style to the
prenatal and postnatal periods, identify the risks of teen
parenting as well as study the physical, intellectual, social and
emotional development of children from birth through age six. Dianna Davis
 Prerequisite - Recommendation from Guidance Department
and/or Teacher, Passing Grades, Tenth through Twelfth
Grade Students Only.

Students enrolled in this class will be supervised in tutoring
activities with younger students or peers in the following areas:
academics, social skills, or other areas that will support
instruction. One credit will be earned for each semester of
tutoring. This class is recommended to students interested in
pursuing a career in teaching.                                    Lynne Taylor




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FOODS is a two semester coeducational class for students in
grades 9 through 12. In this class students study nutrition and
dietary needs of individuals, how to utilize kitchen appliances
and equipment in food preparation. Careers in the food and
nutrition industry are examined as well. A study of food and
eating habits from cultures around the world finishes the
second semester.                                                Dianna Davis

This is a course in learning the basic of woodworking and
construction skills. Students will experience safety education
in the shop and have hands-on activites that will provide them
with a foundation in carpentry skills. Shop projects are
required and are at the expense of the student. Students can
choose their own projects with the approval of the instructor.
Cost of this class range from $50 to $100 for the year.          Phil Beeler
This is a beginning drafting class that will explore drafting by
using a computer. Students will be exposed to various
methods of drawing objects. This will be section drawings,
orthographic, and isometric projections. This class meets
daily for 45 minutes.                                            Phil Beeler

Welding is a basic class to introduce students to welding and
cutting processes used in production and repair today. The
class covers the theory, fundamentals of operation, equipment
used, and techniques recommended for all of the welding and
cutting processes. There is a fee for this class set by the
school board and the class is set up for Jrs. And Srs. to have
1st chance for the class. This class meets daily for 45
minutes.                                                       Phil Beeler

Residential wiring provides a student with a solid background
of electrical principles and practices, as well as an
understanding of National Electrical Code requirements. We
will cover not only the “how” but the “why” of safe electrical
wiring practice. The cost of this class will be $10.00. This is a
one semester class and meets daily for 45 minutes.                Phil Beeler
This is a one semester course. It meets daily for 45 minutes.
One semester of keyboarding is a prerequisite. The goal is for
the student to become acquainted with computer mechanics
and vocabulary and to have an introductory knowledge of
computer software programs available in our lab. Microsoft
Office (word processing, database, spreadsheet, news
articles, and address labels), and Power Point are included in
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One semester of Keyboarding is required for graduation. The
course of study includes the proper use of typing skills. The
student will develop skills necessary for business and personal
computer usage including: Keying letters, reports, footnotes,
resumes, letters of application, and tabulated columns of
information. Microsoft word processing is used for the class.
Microsoft Excel is also introduced and used extensively in the
second semester. Speed is stressed and good proofreading
skills are expected. The class meets daily for 45 minutes.      Gary Ogden

This class is primarily offered to Seniors, but can be taken by
a Junior if the need warrants. There is no prerequisite.
Accounting is the “Language of Business,” therefore; you will
learn to keep accurate records for a business as well as
personal records. It is a thinking & reasoning class, with
minimal math skills being necessary. The class meets 45
minutes daily. This class is a definite plus to learning how to
survive in the business world.                                    Gary Ogden

This class is taught mainly for Freshmen & Sophomores, but
may also be taken by Juniors and Seniors. There is no
prerequisite. Introduction to Business is an overview of what
the business world is all about. Topics covered include needs
and wants, banking, credit, insurance, basic economic
systems, communication, and exploring career options, to
name just a few. It teaches many survival skills useful for later
in life. This class meets daily for 45 minutes.                   Gary Ogden
This year long, co-educational elective course is available to
grades 9 through 12. This class will meet for one 45 minute
period each day of the school week. Through this course,
students will gain an understanding of the Agriscience
program, gain an appreciation of FFA and understand its
purpose and function. Learning experiences will include hands-
on experiences, field trips, and various classroom and
laboratory exercises. Students will work cooperatively and
learning leadership skills though FFA and Career Experience
in Agriculture.                                                   Briana Greiner




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This year long, co-educational elective course is available to
grades 10 through 12. This class will meet for one full class
period each day of the school week. Through this course,
students will gain an understanding of plant science and soil
fertility. This course will focus on crop production,
management, processing, and marketing. Learning
experiences will include hands-on experiences, field trips, and
various classroom and laboratory exercises. Students will also
train and participate in the Sub-District Soil Judging Career
Development Event. Students will work cooperatively and
learning leadership skills though FFA and Career Experience
in Agriculture. Students will continue to gain a further
appreciation of FFA. It is recommended that students
complete Agriscience I before enrolling in this course.         Briana Greiner

This year long, co-educational elective course is available to
grades 11 and 12. This class will meet for one full class period
each day of the school week. Through this course, students
will gain an understanding of both farm ad agribusiness
management. Students will focus on the areas of credit,
money management, marketing, and tax and business
planning. Learning experiences will include hands-on
experiences, field trips, and various classroom and laboratory
exercises. Students will work cooperatively and learning
leadership skills though FFA and Career Experience in
Agriculture. Students will continue to gain a further
appreciation of FFA. It is recommended that students
complete Agriscience I and II before enrolling in this course.   Briana Greiner

This year long, co-educational elective course is available to
grade 12. This class will meet for one full class period each
day of the school week. Through this course, students will gain
an understanding of animal production, management,
processing, and marketing. Students will develop an
understanding of how animal products become products
consumers use on a daily basis. Students will also learn about
many of the agriculture issues that face the agricultural
industry today. Learning experiences will include hands-on
experiences, field trips, and various classroom and laboratory
exercises. Students will work cooperatively and learning
leadership skills though FFA and Career Experience in
Agriculture. Students will continue to gain a further
appreciation of FFA. It is recommended that students
complete Agriscience I, II, and IIII before enrolling in this
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This year long, co-educational elective course is available to
grade 9 through 12. This class will meet for one full class
period each day of the school week. Through this course,
students will gain an understanding of plant science as it
relates to the Horticulture Industry. Students will develop an
understanding of horticulture, floriculture, landscaping, and
greenhouse production. Students will also learn about many
careers in the Horticulture Industry. Learning experiences will
include hands-on experiences, field trips, and various
classroom and laboratory exercises. Students will work
cooperatively and learning leadership skills through
greenhouse production and plant sales.                          Briana Greiner


Course Description for Spanish I, a full year, 2 credit course,
meets daily for 45 minutes:
 The student will learn the basics in speaking and writing
Spanish. Listening and reading are also ways in which the
student will learn. Basics in grammar are taught. The student
will also learn about the Spanish, Central American and South
American cultures. Daily work is essential for student success
in this course. No prerequisites are necessary to take this
course, but successful Spanish language students usually
have strong English skills.

Target Audience Description for Spanish I:
Spanish I is designed to be taught in 2 semesters in a
nondiscriminating manner to a wide variety of students who
have very strong English skills and well-developed study
habits since daily work is crucial to success in Spanish.          Kelli Warren


Course Description for Spanish II, a full year, 2 credit course,
meets daily for 45 minutes:
A more detailed and continuous study of Spanish is involved in
Spanish II. Speaking and writing are essential in learning
along with listening and reading. Students will also learn more
about the cultures and lives of people from Spain, Central
America, and South America. Daily work is essential for
successful completion of this course.

Target Audience Description for Spanish II:
Spanish II is designed to be taught in 2 semesters in a
nondiscriminating manner to a wide variety of students who
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Course Description for Spanish III, a full year, 2 credit course,
meets daily for 45 minutes:
Students will learn more about the Spanish language, life and
customs in Spanish III. Short readings are used to acquaint
the student with literature written in Spanish. Students also
experiment with Spanish foods. Using oral Spanish is
emphasized. Daily work is essential for successful completion
of this course.

Target Audience for Spanish III:
Spanish III is designed to be taught in 2 semesters in a
nondiscriminating manner to a wide variety of students who
have successfully completed Spanish I and II.                       Kelli Warren

Course Description for Spanish IV, a full year, 2 credit course,
meets daily for 45 minutes:
Literature selections along with magazine and newspaper
articles are chosen as topics for discussion in Spanish IV.
Demonstrative speeches, skits, and role-playing are examples
of other activities used in this course. Problem areas in
grammar are revisited, discussed, and strengthened. Using
the language is greatly emphasized. Daily work is essential for
successful completion of this course.

Target Audience Description for Spanish IV:
Spanish IV is designed to be taught in 2 semesters in a
nondiscriminating manner to a wide variety of students who
have successfully completed Spanish I, II, and III.                 Kelli Warren

In Reading Skills classes students will learn the basic skills
that will ensure success for all students during school and life
long. Reading is the basic skill that enhances learning in
every academic discipline. Reading can enhance a student's
self-esteem in a complex world. Therefore, the teaching of
reading should be integrated with the daily experiences.

                     Course Description for High School
Reading Skills class
This class will be taught to meet the needs of each individual
student's IEP. Students may use a variety of resources to
read from such as daily local newspapers, magazines, text
books, novels and short stories.

This class will meet for 45 minutes per school day. Students
receive one credit per semester.                                    Laurie Oden




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Mathematics is a useful and creative area of study that can be
appreciated by all students. It helps them develop their ability
to solve problems and reason in a logical manner.
Mathematics offers students a way to explain and make sense
of their world by applying skills in the world outside of the
classroom.

Not only are concepts that have been introduced in lower
grades expanded upon but also, new concepts and methods
are introduced. This information will help provide students
with the knowledge needed to successfully solve problems
encountered in their daily lives. Many of the problem-solving
items in the text and those discussed in class will contain
career/vocational issues relating to the student's
enviroments.

                          Course Description for High School
Mathematic Skills Class
Each unit will be taugh to meet the needs of each individual
student's IEP. Each individual student's coursework will
consist of a variety of basic addition, subtraction,
multiplication, division, fractions, word problem, money and
estimation. As each student progresses, more higher order
thinking skills will be introduced.
                                                                   Laurie Oden
Spelling skills classes are designed for special education
students to enhance their spelling skills that are necessary for
daily life skills in school and in the world outside of the
classroom.

                         Course Description for High School
Spelling Skills Class

This class curriculum will depend on each individual students
needs that are determined in the IEP. Each student's
curriculum will contain a variety of words from daily lessons,
theme units, and vocabulary words.

This class meets for 45 minutes per school day. Students
receive one credit per semester.                                   Laurie Oden




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In English Skills classes students will learn the basic skills that
will ensure success for all students during their school career
and life long. English is basic thinking and enhances learning
in every academic discipline. English can enhance a student's
self-esteem in a complex world. Therefore, the teaching of
language should be integrated with the daily experiences.

 In this course, writing, reading, listening and speaking will be
taught in an integrated manner. Each unit will consist of
instruction in mechanics and usage through a variety of
reading and writing experiences. The Moulton-Udell English
Skills curriculum will emphasize process writing for a variety of
purposes.

                        Course Description for High School
English Skills class
Each unit will be taught to meet the student's IEP needs.
Each individual student's course work will consist of a variety
of literature, mechanics of appropriate capitalization,
punctuation, and usage. Spelling and handwriting techniques
will be incorporated into the English Skills program.

This class meets for 45 minutes per school day. Students
receive one credit per semester.                                      Laurie Oden
This class is designed to meet each student's needs that are
determined in their IEP. The class will incorpate different
study skills methods to improve each student's study skills in
school and life long.

This class meets for 45 minutes per school day. This class is
worth one credit per semester.                                Laurie Oden




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