• Complete brief assessments on material as related to course.

    Self enrolment
  • Digital Communication Tools is a business course that prepares students to use computerized devises and software programs to effectively handle communications. Students will use high tech hardware such as desktop, tablet, and handheld computers that are important for professional, academic and economic success. Additional communication skills will be developed using proper keyboarding technique, handwriting and speech recognition technology. The projects included in this course will enable students to enhance their math, reading, listening, writing, speaking, and information presentation skills.

  • Digital Communication Tools is a business course that prepares students to use computerized devises and software programs to effectively handle communications. Students will use high tech hardware such as desktop, tablet, and handheld computers that are important for professional, academic and economic success. Additional communication skills will be developed using proper keyboarding technique, handwriting and speech recognition technology. The projects included in this course will enable students to enhance their math, reading, listening, writing, speaking, and information presentation skills.
    Self enrolment
  • ICE (Interdisciplinary Cooperative Education) is a vocational course that provides opportunities for students to gain skills and knowledge through on-the-job training and related classroom instruction. Credit will be granted for both the related instruction and the on-the-job training, and students will earn wages for their job in accordance with all state and federal laws pertaining to employment. Students participating in this course will follow class, school, state and federal guidelines. During the in-school related class, interpersonal relationships, communication, budgeting and financing and legal aspects of employment will be studied. The related class meets each day.
  • This is a dual credit class that covers marketing, economics, and reading/writing basic standards.

    Self enrolment
  • Career Planning Internships are on-site activities in which students engage in learning through practical and relevant experiences. This program is open to seniors only and acceptance into the program is through an interview process and approval by the teacher. Internships are targeted to the students’ meaningful future plans and allow students to explore careers that require additional degrees or certification following high school. These experiences are unpaid and credit hours/outcomes and levels of intensity vary depending on the course of study. Application into the program is required. If you are interested in being part of the Internship program, contact Mrs. Runnels in the business department.
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