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Miss Hundertmark Nov 6
Are you going to college but you don't know what you want to do with your life? If this is you, I encourage you to do some research on the Family and Consumer Sciences degree. FCS Teach has a 100% placement rate. That means a job as soon as you come out of college!
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Madison McGinty 2h
I had an amazing time teaching 11th and 12th graders about Family and Consumer Sciences at Poudre High School last week! I can't wait to be in a classroom to teach every day next semester!!
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Sadie Hooker Nov 6
CTE provides students with those hands-on experiences that they commonly have a deficiency of in other core classes within their school. CTE courses help develop a more well-rounded student and more success in their futures!
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Erin Thrash Nov 11
Copycat Cheddar Biscuits are always a hit! šŸ„
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Kim Sullivan 5h
My child development students created busy books for our field trip tomorrow. Some very lucky preschoolers at are in for a treat!
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Cora Selke Nov 6
Extremely grateful for all of the opportunities that I was offered throughout high school. Without all of the opportunities that were offered to me, I wouldn't have realized that FCS education was perfect for me.
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Alexis Nov 9
(1/2) This week, I had the pleasure of presenting to a group of high school students about the importance of FCS. I taught students about the different FCS courses they can take in high school and also about CSU's FCS program. We talked about different FCS career
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LauraCiano Nov 6
Learning, sharing, networking at my professional conference! Long Island Family and Consumer Science Professionals.
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S Turgeson, EdD,CFCS 3h
Just another example of why we need ! Textiles and apparel matter and impact our lives!
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Alexis Nov 9
(2/2) options & about how much FCS has evolved over the course of hundreds of years. We also discussed the valuable skills obtained in FCS courses. I encouraged students to continue to take FCS courses & keep it in mind as a major in the future if they attend CSU. :)
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Sadie Hooker Nov 6
I am truly so lucky to be surrounded by so many people that share the same passions for others as I do. Completely proud to at !
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Kristin Vest 9h
Great visit to today! Love to see seniors applying real life skills in action!
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Mae James 9h
Child Development created models representing fetal size at various weeks during pregnancy in relationship to fruit/veggies!
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Mrs. Siskind Nov 6
FCS Courses do that!!! Unfortunately many students take other good courses and can't fit us in their schedule ... sorry u missed out ... we missed you!!
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Mrs. Archie Nov 8
As an extension of our Early Care and Education module Ss interviewed an adult about their infancy stage of life. We had such a fun time exchanging facts/stories and even ended the class period with a ā€œName that Babyā€ game!
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Allison Fullhart 2h
Are you taking Career Pathways? Round one of Mock Interviews begins tomorrow!
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Miss Hundertmark Nov 6
It is vital that every high school student takes at least one CTE course before they graduate. It will prepare them for any future they might have; going straight to the workforce or to college.
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Bryan Schuerman, M.Ed. Nov 9
Well, my badge just got a lot longer for ! Chapter Adviser, Skill Demonstration Event Evaluator, Donation for Hurricane Donation to help Chapters and of course I !
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Dori Harvey Nov 6
Desserts by Design class calculated bakers % in a base pancake recipe, then designed their own signature pancake formula. Today Ss tested their formulas and enjoyed the fruit of their labor. All agreed food science is tastey.
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North Allegheny FCS 7h
for these inclusive resources!
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