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FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES

Family & Consumer Sciences focuses on skills needed to successfully manage resources, not only as individuals, but as group members within the family, workplace, and community. With a variety of courses offered, Family & Consumer Sciences helps students develop skills in the areas of self-confidence, setting goals, developing values and making educated decisions. These courses prepare students for daily life challenges by providing opportunities to express individual creativity. Family & Consumer Sciences students develop career pathway awareness, 21st century skills, an understanding of relationships and life management skills surrounding nutrition, health, consumerism and parenting. 

Mission: Empower students to make informed decisions about their well-being, relationships, and resources to achieve a balanced personal and professional life.

Goals:

  • Develop career awareness and 21st century skills to facilitate the transition from school to career
  • Develop an understanding of human growth and life-span development
  • Examine the relationships among individuals, families, communities and the environments in which they function
  • Develop life management skills including nutrition, consumerism, and parenting skills
  • Use leadership and teamwork skills to collaborate with others to accomplish common goals

Health Sciences & Human Services Pathway 

These courses prepare students for daily life challenges by providing opportunities to express individual creativity.

Hospitality & Tourism Pathway

With a variety of courses offered, we help students develop skills in the areas of self-confidence, setting goals, developing values and making educated decisions.

STAFF

Jessica Brand

Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher

Brian Cohen

Department Supervisor of Business & Finance, Family & Consumer Sciences, and Technology & Engineering