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Professional Development

A course for all students

Brigit Harris | August 30, 2005

  Not required but can be used to fulfill business requirement 10 credits   5 each semester               . . . read more

Computer Applications Two

August 30, 2005

    As Computer Applications Two dawns the new year we kick off the first few weeks by visiting websites that will give the students some insight on what they may want to do as a possible career, then we look into . . . read more

8th Grade Business

by Kay Horstman | August 29, 2005

    In this 8th grade business class the students will be learning how to balance a checkbook, figure out net worth, plan budgets, and record transactions. They will do these things in 3 different phases with different . . . read more

RSVP

by Kay Horstman | August 29, 2005

R esumes, S cholarships, and V arious P rojects This class is about researching colleges, locations, admission information, degrees, and financial aide availablity.  There are many scholarships available that the students will . . . read more

Journalism

by Kay Horstman | August 29, 2005

    "Deadlines! Deadlines! Deadlines!" are very common words you hear in the journalism classroom. With only 9 months and 114 pages our yearbook staff is always . . . read more

Computer Applications

by Kay Horstman | August 28, 2005

The purpose of the Computer Applicatons class is to familiarize the students about computer parts and give a general idea of how computers works, while also learning the ins and outs of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft . . . read more

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