Accounting I
Course Numbers: 5212 (1.00)(H), 7632 (1.00)(H), 7633 (1.00)(C), 5213 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Accounting I: In this course students will learn the essentials of accounting concepts and practices. At this introductory level, students will learn how to analyze and complete the accounting cycle for a service business by creating a chart of accounts, classifying business transactions as debits and credits, recording business transactions into a general journal, posting to a general ledger, making correcting entries, completing the accounting worksheet, recording closing entries, and generating financial statements. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Accounting II
Course Numbers: 5252 (1.00)(H), 7502 (1.00)(H)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Accounting II: In this course students will continue to learn the essentials of accounting concepts and practices. Students will expand their learning on how to analyze and complete the accounting cycle for a service business by creating a chart of accounts, classifying business transactions as debits and credits, recording business transactions into a general journal, posting to a general ledger, making correcting entries, completing the accounting worksheet, recording closing entries, and generating financial statements. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Bus Tech and Comm Skills
Course Numbers: 5232 (1.00)(H), 7483 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Business Technology and Communication Skills: In the course students will be introduced to various business and technology skills to allow them to safely and efficiently complete multiple tasks required in a business atmosphere. The curriculum is derived from the Business and Consumer Services Occupational Cluster from the Massachusetts Vocational Technical Education Framework. This Business Technology sequence course prepares students to focus on the management, strategic planning, implementation of marketing, communication, and public relations techniques to resolve business dilemmas with focus on industry standards. The course will include situational simulations, and build overall skills related to interpersonal communications, employability skills and problem-solving. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Business Tech Seminar
Course Numbers: 5282 (1.00)(H), 5283 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Business Technology Seminar: In this capstone course, students will learn about Entrepreneurship, Social Media, and Website Design. Students will utilize skills acquired in their Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Chapter 74 courses to apply their knowledge to the creation of business plans to start their own businesses. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Database Administration
Course Numbers: 5272 (1.00)(H), 5273 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Database Administration: In the course, students will learn essential and advanced skills including the creation, editing, and formatting of databases and utilizing advanced database management features such as specifying criteria, sorting and filtering data, performing calculations, and creating queries and reports. Students will prepare for MOS Certification in Access, and have the opportunity to test for certification during this course. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Document Processing
Course Numbers: 5222 (1.00)(H), 5223 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Document Processing: In this course, students will learn how to create, edit, and format documents, insert elements such as tables, charts, graphics, and hyperlinks, track changes while collaborating on a document, and learn how to utilize document security features. At the culmination of this course, students will have the opportunity to test for certification as a Microsoft Office Certified Specialist in Word. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Fundamentals of Health
Course Numbers: 5502 (1.00)(H), 5142 (1.00)(H), 5143 (1.00)(C), 8173 (1.00)(C), 8333 (1.00)(C), 8833 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Fundamentals of Health: In this course, students will explore a wide range of topics, including personal health (nutrition; mental health and stress management; drug/alcohol abuse prevention; disease prevention; and first aid) and consumer health issues. Students will also examine brief studies of environmental health, personal development, and community resources. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
HSA Laboratory Skills 9
Course Numbers: 5172 (0.75)(H)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Health Science Academy Laboratory Skills 9: In this course students will study topics that will prepare them for the American Red Cross Exam, the Nurses Aide Competency Exam and supports students in becoming competent with their skills and knowledge. The course curriculum prepares students to perform competently in the lab, at the clinical experience, and as a professional in the future. Students enrolled in this course must take the state Certified Nursing Assistant exam at the conclusion of the coursework. The curriculum in this course promotes individual growth and emphasizes patient independence. The curriculum meets federal and state guidelines, enabling the nursing assistant to assume an effective career as an employee. The course content will stimulate the nursing assistant to pursue and continue with personal and professional growth. The objectives will be accomplished through meaningful teacher-student relationships with an emphasis on the basic nursing care skills for a patient in the long-term care facility. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
HSA Laboratory Skills 10
Course Numbers: 5182 (0.75)(H)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Health Science Academy Laboratory Skills 10: In this course students will continue to study topics that will prepare them for the American Red Cross Exam, the Nurses Aide Competency Exam and support students in becoming competent with their skills and knowledge. The course curriculum prepares students to perform competently in the lab, at the clinical experience, and as a professional in the future. Students enrolled in this course must take the state Certified Nursing Assistant exam at the conclusion of the coursework. The curriculum in this course promotes individual growth and emphasizes patient independence. The curriculum meets federal and state guidelines, enabling the nursing assistant to assume an effective career as an employee. The course content will stimulate the nursing assistant to pursue and continue with personal and professional growth. The objectives will be accomplished through meaningful teacher-student relationships with an emphasis on the basic nursing care skills for a patient in the long-term care facility. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
HSA Laboratory Skills 11
Course Numbers: 5192 (0.75)(H)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Health Science Academy Laboratory Skills 11: In this course students will continue to study topics that will prepare them for the American Red Cross Exam, the Nurses Aide Competency Exam and support students in becoming competent with their skills and knowledge. The course curriculum prepares students to perform competently in the lab, at the clinical experience, and as a professional in the future. Students enrolled in this course must take the state Certified Nursing Assistant exam at the conclusion of the coursework. The curriculum in this course promotes individual growth and emphasizes patient independence. The curriculum meets federal and state guidelines, enabling the nursing assistant to assume an effective career as an employee. The course content will stimulate the nursing assistant to pursue and continue with personal and professional growth. The objectives will be accomplished through meaningful teacher-student relationships with an emphasis on the basic nursing care skills for a patient in the long-term care facility. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
HSA Laboratory Skills 12
Course Numbers: 5202 (0.50)(H)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Health Science Academy Laboratory Skills 12: In this course students will continue to study topics that will prepare them for the American Red Cross Exam, the Nurses Aide Competency Exam and support students in becoming competent with their skills and knowledge. The course curriculum prepares students to perform competently in the lab, at the clinical experience, and as a professional in the future. Students enrolled in this course must take the state Certified Nursing Assistant exam at the conclusion of the coursework. The curriculum in this course promotes individual growth and emphasizes patient independence. The curriculum meets federal and state guidelines, enabling the nursing assistant to assume an effective career as an employee. The course content will stimulate the nursing assistant to pursue and continue with personal and professional growth. The objectives will be accomplished through meaningful teacher-student relationships with an emphasis on the basic nursing care skills for a patient in the long-term care facility. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Intro Tech - Eng
Course Numbers: 5012 (1.00)(H), 5013 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Introduction to Technology and Engineering: In this course, students will gain and apply relevant safety knowledge, complete and discuss academic and career plans, and acquire appropriate academic content knowledge within a project-based environment. Students will use a problem-solving model to improve existing products and invent new ones and will explore the many career pathways offered within the engineering field including software, electrical, construction, communication systems, and robotics. Students will utilize sophisticated three-dimensional modeling software to communicate the details of the products. Students will acquire the skills necessary to analyze potential solutions and communicate ideas to others. Students will be assessed using proficiency standards in preparation for the attainment of a Certificate of Proficiency. (COP) This course is part of a Chapter 74 approved program and incorporates standards from the Engineering Technology Vocational Framework. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Presentation Skills
Course Numbers: 5242 (1.00)(H), 5243 (1.00)(C), 7493 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Presentation Skills: In the course, students will be introduced to various business and technology presentation skills. The curriculum is derived from the Business and Consumer Services Occupational Cluster from the Massachusetts Vocational Technical Education Framework. This is a course in the Business Technology sequence preparing students for the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) exam and certification in PowerPoint. The course will include various presentation medians, and build overall skills related to format, delivery and audience. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Spreadsheet Development
Course Numbers: 5262 (1.00)(H), 5263 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Spreadsheet Development: In the course, students will learn essential and advanced skills including the creation, editing, and formatting of spreadsheets, inserting elements into a spreadsheet, and utilizing advanced spreadsheet features such as filters, simple and complex formulas, naming ranges, functions, automation, and integration. Students will prepare for MOS Certification in Excel, and have the opportunity to test for certification during this course. As an honors level course, content will be covered at an accelerated pace. Students will study topics at a deeper level and will be expected to complete more independent coursework and assignments.
Advanced Programming
Course Numbers: 11117 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Advanced Programming: In this course, students will engage in a comprehensive theoretical and practical approach to learning the technologies and methodologies to design and implement a collaborative software development project. Students will learn to manage client expectations; communication; documentation; requests; and deadlines. Students will learn how to develop software collaboratively for digital games and will explore the potential for these games as tools for the community.
Animal Science 9
Course Numbers: 11187 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Animal Science Grade 9: In this course, students will be able to recognize and demonstrate the importance of safety in the shop and on-site. Students will acquire front office skills such as phone etiquette; filing; scheduling; and customer interaction. Students will identify animals by their scientific names; breeds; and individual characteristics and learn basic animal handling; examination room procedure; and infection control.
Animal Science 10
Course Numbers: 11188 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Animal Science Grade 10: In this course, students will acquire advanced restraint technique skills working with mostly cats and dogs, while practicing basic techniques on large animals, such as horses; cows; goats; and pigs. Students will also develop the skills to work with exotic species such as birds; small mammals; and lizards. Students will develop skills and competencies on basic hospital procedures and advanced exam room techniques. Students will visit external sites and apply the skills acquired in shop in the workplace.
Animal Science 11
Course Numbers: 11189 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Animal Science Grade 11: In this course, students will prepare for their internship and develop radiology skills and techniques; surgical assisting skills and techniques; and advanced hospital procedures.
Animal Science 12
Course Numbers: 11190 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Animal Science Grade 12: In this course, students will either enroll in the basic EMT course or pursue co-op or advanced internship opportunities in an animal hospital/office.
Animal Science Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11090 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Animal Science Theory Grade 9: In this course, students will acquire the basic knowledge and skills of the veterinary industry, including the history veterinary medicine; the importance of veterinary medicine in our society; ethics and laws; different types of animals treated in a variety of practices; and career options. Students will also learn medical mathematics; medical terminology; and medical abbreviations.
Animal Science Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11091 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Animal Science Theory Grade 10: In this course, students will acquire knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of multiple species. Students will learn about animal behavior and training and its' application in the veterinary field.
Animal Science Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11092 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Animal Science Theory Grade 11: In this course, students will compile veterinary terminology that applies to medical documents. Students will acquire knowledge of advanced animal nutrition and pharmacology for various species. Students will also participate in an internship in the veterinary field.
Animal Science Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11093 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Animal Science Theory Grade 12: In this course, students will prepare for the Certified Veterinary Assistant exam (via Texas Veterinary Medical Association). Students will receive OSHA 10 certification.
AU Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11002 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Automotive Grade 9: In this course, students will develop a solid understanding of basic auto principles, practices, and procedures necessary to properly and safely perform general auto inspection and preventative maintenance operations. Students will also develop thinking, reasoning, and communication skills, as well as the skills necessary to access professional technical reference and service informational resources.
AU Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11003 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Automotive Grade 10: In this course, students will study automotive braking systems; steering and suspension systems - including four-wheel alignments; and manual drive trains and axles.
AU Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11004 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Automotive Grade 11: In this course, students will study automotive internal combustion; 4-stroke cycle engines; cooling and lubrication systems; heating and air conditioning systems; and automatic transmissions.
AU Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11005 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Automotive Grade 12: In this course, students will explore electricity and automotive electrical, electronic and engine performance systems including starting; charging; lighting; and other electrically operated devices and their systems as well as computerized engine/powertran control systems including ignition systems, fuel systems, and emissions control systems.
Auto Collision 9
Course Numbers: 11102 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Auto Collision 9: In this course, students will engage in hands-on training in general safety and safety equipment (personal and shop); safety rules, guidelines, practices, and regulations; and OSHA and Right to Know regulations. Students will also utilize hand tools; collision repair specialty tools; power tools and equipment. Students will study measurement, including standard; metric; distance; linear; liquid measurements; tolerances; and allowances and will learn to decipher service information; standards and specifications; manufacturer procedures and repair recommendations; sequential order; data collections; values; comparisons; and analysis. Students will also explore technology applications, including software, computers, and scanners.
Auto Collision 10
Course Numbers: 11103 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Auto Collision 10: In this course, students will engage in hands-on training in collision repair materials and their applications; metal straightening fundamentals; plastic and composite repairs; surface preparation; refinish fundamentals; color matching; refinishing defect; analysis and repair; introduction to custom painting, decal, and trim; removal and replacement.
Auto Collision 11
Course Numbers: 11104 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Auto Collision 11: In this course, students will engage in hands-on training in welding cutting and heating applications; automotive vehicle construction; panel replacement (bolt on); door service; glass removal and installation procedures; structural repair equipment preparation and set up; structural part repair and replacement procedures; and corrosion protection materials and applicatons. Students will also study mechanical repairs and estimating repair costs as well as shop ownership; management; finance; and entrepreneurship.
Auto Collision 12
Course Numbers: 11105 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Auto Collision 12: In this course, students will engage in hands-on training on shop management; identification and measurement of structural damage; structural repair and alignment; interior repairs; restraint system service and precautions; suspension geometry alignment; electrical and electronic component service and replacement; troubleshooting and maintenance; and business technology. Students will explore job acquisition skills, including resume and cover letter writing and completing job applications.
Automotive 9
Course Numbers: 11098 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Automotive Grade 9: In this course, students will develop a solid understanding of basic automotive principles, practices, and procedures necessary to maintain, diagnose, inspect, and repair the automobile.
Automotive 10
Course Numbers: 11099 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Automotive Grade 10: In this course, students will learn to safely maintain, diagnose, and repair the automotive braking system; steering and suspension system; and manual drive train and axles.
Automotive 11
Course Numbers: 11100 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Automotive Grade 11: In this course, students will learn to safely maintain, diagnose, and repair the automotive engine; automatic transmission; and the heating and air conditioning system.
Automotive 12
Course Numbers: 11101 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Automotive Grade 12: In this course, students will learn to safely maintain, diagnose, and repair the automotive electrical/electronics system; engine performance; and Massachusetts inspection systems.
Bank-Finance 9
Course Numbers: 11106 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Bank/Finance 9: In this course, students will gain a comprehensive foundation in banking and finance, integrating retail management; financial record keeping; and consumer math and computer applications, including word processing and electronic presentation skills.
Bank-Finance 10
Course Numbers: 11107 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Bank/Finance 10: In this course, students will engage in a comprehensive marketing program that includes marketing; financial records; introduction to business math; banking; computer applications and employability skills.
Bank-Finance 11
Course Numbers: 11108 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Bank/Finance 11: In this course, students will engage in a comprehensive marketing program that includes marketing, accounting, advanced business math, banking, computer applications, and management and entrepreneurship knowledge and skills.
Bank-Finance 12
Course Numbers: 11109 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Bank/Finance 12: In this course, which is work-based, students will participate in either paid co-op positions or unpaid internships or follow a self-paced curriculum based the accredited training program from the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship and the National Retail Federation.
BF Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11010 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Bank Finance Grade 9: In this course, student will explore the business world related to marketing. Students will learn to apply basic business concepts and principles to a variety of business situations, explore what businesses are, how they operate, and how they are managed.
BF Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11011 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Bank Finance Grade 10: In this course, students will expand their knowledge of the business world, with inclusion of co-curricular DECA activities. Students will also explore their knowledge of the business world and its implications on a local, national, and global spectrum while reinforcing the financing and marketing skills used in the shop program.
BF Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11012 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Bank Finance Grade 11: In this course, will deepen their understanding of the concepts of marketing by engaging in specific areas of study. Students will explore sports and entertainment; retail and merchandising; and apparel and accessories industries through research into types of products, marketing strategies, and careers.
BF Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11013 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Bank Finance Grade 12: In this course, students will prepare for success in the fields of finance and marketing by exploring employability skills and financial literacy. Students will incorporate DECA activities into personal development materials, including competitions, projects, and conferences.
Biotech Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11014 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Biotechnology Grade 9: In this course, students will examine health and safety regulations and practices and responses to situations that threaten health and safety.
Biotech Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11015 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Biotechnology Grade 10: In this course, students will apply principles of "world class" operations; demonstrate and apply the design process; demonstrate skills in problem-solving; diagnostics; and troubleshooting.
Biotech Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11016 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Biotechnology Grade 11: In this course, students will demonstrate and apply manufacturing process management techniques; read technical manuals, guides, resource books, and technical literature to gain information and solve problems; read, comprehend, and follow written technical directions for repairs, procedures, and processes; and identify chemical forces important to biomolecules.
Biotech Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11017 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Biotechnology Grade 12: In this course, students will analyze basic business practices required to start and run a company/organization; manage all resources related to a business/organization; and describe methods for managing, organizing, retrieving, and reporting financial data.
Biotechnology 9
Course Numbers: 11110 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Biotechnology 9: In this course, students will employ sterile and aseptic techniques; use microscropes; prepare and examine biological specimens; engage in DNA fingerprinting/crime scene investigations; maintain micro-organisms in cultures; and separate compounds from mixtures using chromatography.
Biotechnology 10
Course Numbers: 11111 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Biotechnology 10: In this course, students will calculate the number of moles from the mass of a compound when given the chemical formula.
Biotechnology 11
Course Numbers: 11112 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Biotechnology 11: In this course, students will identify chemical forces important to biomolecules and name hydrocarbon molecules using the IUPAC standard for given structural formulas. Students will recognize organic groups when given structure; identify how cellular respiration is important for the production of ATP; explain genetic mutations; clone genes; and genetically transform cells.
Biotechnology 12
Course Numbers: 11113 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Biotechnology 12: In this course, students will determine formula mass of a compound or element and calculate the number of moles from the mass of a compound when given the chemical formula.
Bus Tech and Comm Skillls
Course Numbers: 5233 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Business Technology and Communication Skills: In the course students will be introduced to various business and technology skills to allow them to safely and efficiently complete multiple tasks required in a business atmosphere. The curriculum is derived from the Business and Consumer Services Occupational Cluster from the Massachusetts Vocational Technical Education Framework. This Business Technology sequence course prepares students to focus on the management, strategic planning, implementation of marketing, communication, and public relations techniques to resolve business dilemmas with focus on industry standards. The course will include situational simulations, and build overall skills related to interpersonal communications, employability skills and problem-solving.
Business Tech 11
Course Numbers: 11195 (3.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Business Technology 11: In this course, students will enhance their computer skills, presentation skills, and entrepreneurship skills. Students will complete databases and spreadsheets; study accounting; and refine customer service skills. Students will also learn HTML and web design and create and publish web pages. Students will continue to work at the school help desk. Foundations of Business Technology is a prerequisite for this course.
Business Tech 12
Course Numbers: 11196 (3.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Business Technology 12: In this course, students will apply the skills acquired over the past three years in the workplace through the co-operative program.
CA Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11030 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Culinary Arts Grade 9: In this course, students will acquire a basic knowledge and understanding of the Culinary Arts program. Students will explore the history of culinary arts and become familiar with its' safety and sanitation policies and procedures. Students will also become familiar with weights and measurements; cooking metholds; and the use of math in culinary arts.
CA Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11031 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Culinary Arts Grade 10: In this course, students will review safety and sanitation procedures in culinary arts. Students will study flavoring and seasoning foods; stocks and sauces; soups; and meats, poultry, and seafood.
CA Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11032 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Culinary Arts Grade 11: In this course, students will review safety and sanitation procedures in culinary arts. Students will study vegetable, potato, and legume cookery. Students will acquire certification in CPR/AED and begin the certification process for ServSafe Sanitation and OSHA.
CA Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11033 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Culinary Arts Grade 12: In this course, students will focus on completing certification in ServSafe Sanitation and OSHA. Students will also study nutrition and nutritional cooking and baking.
Carpentry 9
Course Numbers: 11118 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Carpentry Grade 9: In this course, students will develop a solid understanding of basic carpentry principles, practices, and procedures necessary to properly and safely use and care for hand tools. Students will learn to safely use stationery power equipment and how to complete a drawing using different scales for each project. Students will also acquire basic math skills by determining the amount of material used for each project.
Carpentry 10
Course Numbers: 11119 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Carpentry Grade 10: In this course, students will build a base cabinet with door, drawer, and counter top. Students will also construct different types of doors with different types of stiles and rails; raised panel and flat panel doors; and drawers. Students will also build a ranch house to one inch scale that will include sill plates; girder; joist; walls; and ceiling and roof framing.
Carpentry 11
Course Numbers: 11120 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Carpentry Grade 11: In this course, students will safely operate and maintain portable circular saws; sawsalls; portable drills; screw guns; ladders; and scaffolding. Students will create tool sheds that included deck, wall, and roof framing; siding; exterior trim; and roofing material
Carpentry 12
Course Numbers: 11121 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Carpentry Grade 12: In this course, students will engage in a real life, hands-on project of residential construction. Students will safely construct a building, starting with the sill; girder; joist; walls; ceiling; and roofs.
Client Operating Sys
Course Numbers: 11086 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Client Operating Systems: In this course, students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure successful configuration of the IT pro tools and productivity applications of Windows. Students will configure pre-installation and post-installation system settings and explore Windows security features; network connectivity applications included with Windows; and mobile computing.
Client Operating System
Course Numbers: 11018 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Client Operating Systems: In this course, students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure successful configuration of the IT pro tools and productivity applications of Windows. Students will configure pre-installation and post-installation system settings and explore Windows security features; network connectivity applications included with Windows; and mobile computing.
Comp Hard and Sup
Course Numbers: 11183 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Computer Hardware and Support: In this course, students will learn the advanced material included on the CompTIAA+ certification exams which covers hardware and software; security and soft skills; and safety and environment issues.
Comp Tech for HP
Course Numbers: 5083 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Computer Technology for Health Professions: In this course, students will acquire basic computer literacy skills in preparation for their next level of education or the workplace. Students will explore the basic Microsoft Office Suite; specifically, Word; Excel; PowerPoint; Access; and Publisher. Students will learn to create documents, send communications, and implement projects. Students will complete projects at the end of the semester which require the integration of various programs and applications.
Cosmetology 9
Course Numbers: 11122 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Cosmetology Grade 9: In this course, students will learn hairstyling (wet hairstyling, blow-dry styling, thermal, and long-hair styling); shampooing; rinsing and conditioning; scalp treatment; braiding; manicuring; aromotherapy; facials and facial makeup.
Cosmetology 10
Course Numbers: 11123 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Cosmetology Grade 10: In this course, students will acquire skills in pedicuring; hair removal; haircutting; chemical texture services (permanent waving); and hair coloring.
Cosmetology 11
Course Numbers: 11124 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Cosmetology Grade 11: In this course, student will further develop their skills in haircutting; chemical services (permanent waving, chemical relaxers); hair coloring and lightening techniques; and advance nail techniques. Students will provide these services to actual customers.
Cosmetology 12
Course Numbers: 11125 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Cosmetology Grade 12: In this course, students will complete a review of all tasks acquired since freshman year in preparation of Licensure State Board Examination. Students will provide these services to actual customers.
CP Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11022 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Carpentry Grade 9: In this course, students will develop an understanding of basic carpentry principles, practices, and procedures necessary to properly and safely utilize and care for hand tools. Students will learn the safety and use of stationery power equipment; how to read and interpret prints and identify building material and describe their application. Students will also develop thinking, reasoning, and problem-solving skills as well as basic skills working with whole numbers; adding and subtraction; fractions; and percentages.
CP Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11023 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Carpentry Grade 10: In this course, students will learn how to use an architect ruler and create a scale drawing of cabinets for a kitchen. Students will also learn the different parts of a base and wall cabinet as well as the correct procedure on countertop construction; plastic laminates; and other construction materials. Students will acquire knowledge of house framing; reading and interpreting prints; relevant terminology; and carpentry principles for building and estimate cost.
CP Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11024 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Carpentry Grade 11: In this course, students will acquire knowledge of plot plans; excavating for foundation; different types of foundation forms; and estimating concrete for foundation and cement floors. Students will study wall framing; floor framing; ceiling; roofs; and engineered building material as well as a description of their application. Students will estimate the cost and amount of building material. This course includes OSHA 10 Certification.
CP Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11025 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Carpentry 12: In this course, students will create a drawing of a ranch house that includes a foundation plan; floor plan; elevation plan showing the front, rear, and side of the building; exterior trim; roof trim; roofing material; siding; and installation of windows and doors. Students will also explore Leeds affordable building products, and their introduction into the building industry.
CS Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11026 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Cosmetology Grade 9: In this course, students will explore history and opportunities in Cosmetology; life skills; professional image; communication for success; infection control; and structure and composition of the hair and scalp.
CS Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11027 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Cosmetology Grade 10: In this course, students will study anatomy and physiology; principles, philosophy, and elements of hair design; nail structure and growth; histology of skin; hair removal; chemical texture services; and hair coloring.
CS Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11028 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Cosmetology Grade 11: In this course, students will explore the basics of chemistry, electricity, and safety precautions; chemical texture services; permanent waving; chemical relaxers; and haircoloring. (single process and double process)
CS Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11029 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Cosmetology Grade 12: In this course, students will study the salon business; the employment seeking process; and workplace skills. Students will prepare for the State Board Licensure examination.
Culinary Arts 9
Course Numbers: 11126 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Culinary Arts Grade 9: In this course, students will become familiar with equipment safety and sanitation in the shop area and will the learn the basics of the bakery, restaurant, and function kitchens.
Culinary Arts 10
Course Numbers: 11127 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Culinary Arts Grade 10: In this course, students will be mentored by upperclassmen as they perform operations in the bakery, restaurant, and function kitchens. Students will also perform customer service in the coffee shop and café.
Culinary Arts 11
Course Numbers: 11128 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Culinary Arts Grade 11: In this course, students will be responsible for running the following stations: salad/sandwich; fry; sautee; grill; sanitation; and bakery, with the assistance of underclassmen.
Culinary Arts 12
Course Numbers: 11129 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Culinary Arts Grade 12: In this course, students will participate in a co-operative education or internship placement in a food service location where they will refine their culinary skills.
Culinary Arts I
Course Numbers: 7163 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Culinary Arts I: In this course, students will gain knowledge of the multi-faceted world of food service. Students will explore careers in food service; safety and sanitation; tools and equipment; knife skills; recipe reading and measuring; and baking. Students will also rotate through a variety of stations as they plan, prepare, and serve lunch to staff. This course is a prerequisite for Culinary Arts II.
Culinary Arts II
Course Numbers: 7173 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Culinary Arts II: In this course, students will deepen the skills they acquired in Culinary Arts I by assuming greater responsibility for the operation of lunch service. They will also examine food principles including food costs; menu planning; table setting; plating; garnishing; and advanced baking. This course is a prerequisite for Culinary Arts III.
Culinary Arts III
Course Numbers: 7593 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Culinary Arts III: In this course, students will continue to deepen the skills they acquired in the other Culinary Arts courses by assuming greater responsibility for the operation of lunch service. They will also continue to examine food principles including food costs; menu planning; table setting; plating; garnishing; and advanced baking.
Diesel Technology III
Course Numbers: 7403 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Diesel Technology III- In this course, students will continue to advance knowledge of the design and functions of diesel engines, perform routine and preventative maintenance, build, rebuild and repair all parts of automotive equipment. Students will also advance in their abilities to diagnose any mechanical, electrical breakdown or failure, troubleshoot and perform failure analysis of the components parts and systems, inspect equipment used, read precision instruments including micrometers, dial indicators, bored gauges, and when applicable use welding skills.
DR Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11034 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Drafting Grade 9: In this course, students will study common fractions, decimal fractions, and percentages in order to complete a drafting project.
DR Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11035 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Drafting Grade 10: In this course, students will learn how to handle linear measurement devices and apply fundamentals of algebra in order to complete a drafting project.
DR Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11036 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Drafting Grade 11: In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of plane geometry, trigonometry, and compound angles, and use their principles and methods to complete a drafting project.
DR Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11037 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Drafting Grade 12: In this course, students will learn to read and use the basic geometric and tolerance methods in order to complete a drafting project.
Drafting 9
Course Numbers: 11130 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Drafting Grade 9: In this course, students will develop an understanding of the importance of engineering graphic communication to the design process and will gain hands-on experience creating CAD drawings using orthographic projection as well as isometric and 3D drawings. Students will use the most up-to-date drawing programs; perform structured laboratory exercises; and explore industry design and drafting practices.
Drafting 10
Course Numbers: 11131 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Drafting Grade 10: In this course, students will develop an understanding of the importance of engineering graphic communication to the design process. Students will engage in hands-on experience creating free-hand sketches; CAD technical documents using orthographic projection; and detail, section, and auxiliary views. Students will learn to create drawings for weldments and castings and apply the proper use of surface finish symbols; limits and tolerances; fits and allowances; keys and keyseats using traditional sketching and CAD. Students will perform structured laboratory exercises and explore industry design and drafting practices.
Drafting 11
Course Numbers: 11132 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Drafting Grade 11: In this course, students will develop an understanding of the importance of engineering graphic communication to the design process. Students will engage in hands-on experience creating free-hand sketches; CAD technical documents using orthographic projection; and detail, section, and auxiliary views. Students will learn to create drawings for weldments and castings and apply the proper use of surface finish symbols; limits and tolerances; fits and allowances; keys and keyseats using traditional sketching and CAD. Students will perform structured laboratory exercises and explore industry design and drafting practices.
Drafting 12
Course Numbers: 11133 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Drafting Grade 12: In this course, students will engage in advanced studies in Mechanical Design using Parametric Modeling. Students will also explore advanced studies in AutoDesk 3D Studio Max; AutoDesk Motion Builder; AutoDesk Mudbox; and AutoDesk Maya to create customizable and scalable 3D modeling, animation, and rendering solutions.
Early Childhood 9
Course Numbers: 11134 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Early Childhood Grade 9: In this course, students will acquire knowledge of the sanitary and safety procedures established by the Department of Early Education and Care. Students will examine the value of creativity and the importance of planning and integrating creative activities into all aspects of the curriculum. Students will explore the components required for the Early Childhood Education portfolio and be introduced to the field of Early Childhood Education through participation in the WTHS preschool as a student teacher.
Early Childhood 10
Course Numbers: 11135 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Early Childhood Grade 10: In this course, students will create lesson and curriculum plans and arrange learning centers in the classroom. Students will continue to select work samples to add to their portfolio. Students learn ways to work with the young child that support the growth and development of the whole child from birth to preschool. Students will gain more responsibility in the WTHS preschool and will have opportunities to serve as the "teacher in charge."
Early Childhood 11
Course Numbers: 11136 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Early Childhood Grade 11: In this course, students will develop an understanding the implications of cultural influences; positive guidance practices; and inclusion strategies. Students will examine the impact social issues have on the lives of young children and their families and will investigate and identify community resources and professional services available to children and families in times of need. Students will study the laws that are in place to protect young children; review the signs of abuse and neglect; and learn their professional obligations with regard to work with families and reporting to authorities. Students will acquire the skills necessary to effectively advocate for children.
Early Childhood 12
Course Numbers: 11137 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Early Childhood Grade 12: In this course, students will examine the developmental stages of infants and toddlers. Students will utilize a holistic approach to explore health and safety concerns; plan for stimulating learning experiences; and design indoor and outdoor environments specific to infants and toddlers.
EC Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11038 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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In this course, students will study career opportunities in the field of early education and care. Students will examine the qualities of a successful teacher and explore the various certfication requirements according to state regulations. Students will develop an understanding of the importance of maintaining a safe, healthy learning environment in the preschool classroom, particularly proper hand-washing, sanitation, and disinfection procedures.
EC Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11039 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Early Childhood Education Grade 10: In this course, students will review sanitary and safety procedures for the early childhood classroom. Students will investigate creative activiites of children by researching and writing lesson plans; reviewing quality literature; and creating activities. Students learn the components required for their Early Childhood Education portfolio. Students will serve as student teachers in the Worcester Technical H.S. preschool and are required to keep a journal of their experiences.
EC RT GR and DEV YG CH AP
Course Numbers: 11041 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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EC RT ORIENT Ear Ch AP
Course Numbers: 11040 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Orientation to Early Childhood Education, Advanced Placement:
EL Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11042 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Electrical Theory Grade 9: In this course, students will explore Electron theory; Ohms Law; Power Equations; Series Circuits; Parallel Circuits; Combination Circuits; Switching Circuits; and Wiring Diagrams.
EL Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11043 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Electrical Theory Grade 10: In this course, students will explore Kirchoff's Law; Lenz's Law; Alternating Current Theory; Frequency; Cycles; Sine-Waves; Vectors; Magnetism; Induction; Capacitance; Impendance; Power Factor; and Branch Circuits.
EL Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11044 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Electrical Theory Grade 11: In this course, students will explore Industrial Motors and Control Circuits; Line Diagrams; Logic Circuits; AC/DC Manual Contractors and Motor Starters; Control Devices; Control Circuits; and AC/DC Motors.
EL Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11045 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Electrical Theory Grade 12: In this course, students will explore Blueprints; Branch Circuits; Feeder Circuits; Circuit Loading Guidelines; Conductor Size-Type-Wiring Method; Photovoltaic Systems; On Grid and Off Grid.
Elec Mech Tech 9
Course Numbers: 11142 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Electromechanical Technology Grade 9: In this course, students will participate in a hands-on exploration of the basic concepts of electricity in AC and DC circuitry. Students will also study voltage, current, and resistance and the relationship of these quantities in Ohm's and Watt's laws pertaining to series and parallel circuits with resistors, capacitors, and inductors. Students will explore the topic of magnetism and electromagnetism and their application to transformers; relays; solenoids; DC motors and AC motors. Students will become competent in the use of Multisim Electronics Workbench and Automation Studio, which are used to design, simulate, and animate AC and DC circuits. Students will participate in laboratory experiences to create projects and use instruments to measure electrical quantities and safety procedures.
Elec Mech Tech 10
Course Numbers: 11143 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Electromechanical Technology Grade 10: In this course, students will participate in a hands-on course that develops their knowledge of analog and digital electronics. Students will review oscilloscope theory and operation and digital multimeter operation and develop a working knowledge of passive and active electronic components and testing. Students will construct and run circuit simulation of digital and analog circuits using Multism Electronics Workbench software and will also construct the circuit in the lab, verifying circuit operation using test meters and an oscilloscope. Students will also explore the application of AC and DC motors and their methods of speed control.
Elec Mech Tech 11
Course Numbers: 11144 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Electromechanical Technology Grade 11: In this course, students will acquire the skills necessary to recognize and interpret industrial symbols, schematics, and industrial electrical currents. Students will study wiring series and parallel circuits as they relate to industrial uses; fuses and circuit breakers; transformers; and alternating current. Students will explore pneumatics and hydraulics, as well as fundamentals of gasses and power fluids. Students will develop troubleshooting techniques for mechanical and electrical equipment utilities in the Industrial Maintenance. Students will operate and define the capabilities of programmable controllers, applying the latest technology.
Elec Mech Tech 12
Course Numbers: 11145 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Electromechanical Technology Grade 12: In this course, students will acquire the skills necessary to operate and define the capabilities of programmable controllers, applying the latest technology in industrial computer use, including creating programs utilizing relays, switches, and timers. Students will construct typical wiring diagrams for push button control stations and will include start/stop control wiring diagrams of single stations; multiple stations; jogging and industrial plant application. Students will explore pneumatics and hydraulics, as well as fundamentals of gasses and power fluids. Students will develop troubleshooting techniques for mechanical and electrical equipment utilities in the Industrial Maintenance.
Electrical 9
Course Numbers: 11138 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Electrical Grade 9: In this course, students will study basic wiring methods and materials; AC and DC circuit applications; switching circuit applications; introduction to wiring diagrams; and electrical safety procedures.
Electrical 10
Course Numbers: 11139 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Electrical Grade 10: In this course, students will engage in residential blueprint reading and development. Students will study hydraulic pipe bending; expanded wiring methods; and material applications.
Electrical 11
Course Numbers: 11140 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Electrical Grade 11: In this course, students will engage in industrial electrical installation practices and complete motor control projects using 2-wire and 3-wire pilot devices; and explore overcurrent protection for single and 3 phase motors.
Electrical 12
Course Numbers: 11141 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Electrical Grade 12: In this course, students will review electrical code and safety regulations. Students will develop blueprints for a multi-family home and wire it as part of low income development. Students will also explore photovoltaic installations.
Engineering Design - Manf
Course Numbers: 5073 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Engineering Design and Manufacturing: In this course, students will advance their knowledge of technological systems in a hands-on learning environment. Students will deepen connections among the STEM fields and develop and apply advanced skills and applications in Computer Aided Drafting (CAD). Students will also explore advanced topics in architectural, civil engineering, and CAD software, as well as parametric building design, building information models (BIMs), material take-off, energy efficient planning, and rendering and presentation. Students will discuss and complete their academic and career plans. This course, which builds upon skills acquired in the EDF course, is a Vocational Chapter 74 based program, incorporating standards from the Engineering Technology Vocational Framework. Students will be assessed using proficiency standards in preparation for attainment of a Certificate of Occupational Proficiency (COPs).
Enterprise Web Management
Course Numbers: 11020 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Enterprise Web Management: In this course, students will acquire the knowledge and skills to configure and maintain content management systems (CMS) in the enterprise environment. Students will also build, deploy, and maintain pages and subsites; perform backup and restore; and monitor and troubleshoot web application related issues.
Environ Tech 9
Course Numbers: 11146 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Environmental Technology Grade 9: Spring Fundamentals of Environmental Systems CIP 03.0104
Environ Tech 10
Course Numbers: 11147 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Enviironmental Technology Grade 10: Fall-- Natural Resource Management CIP 03.0299 Spring-- Solid & Hazardous Waste Management cip 15.0508
Environ Tech 11
Course Numbers: 11148 (4.00)(C), 11199 (3.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Environmental Technology Grade 11: Fall-- Energy Technologies and Sustainability cip 15.0503 Spring-- Environmental Site Assessment cip 15.0507
Environ Tech 12
Course Numbers: 11149 (4.00)(C), 11200 (3.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Environmental Technology Grade 12: Fall-- Environmental Sampling & Laboratory CIP 14.1401 Spring-- Applied Water Technologies cip 40.0606
Exp Tech - Engineering
Course Numbers: 5053 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Exploring Technology and Engineering: In this course, students will gain and apply relevant safety knowledge, complete and discuss academic and career plans, and will acquire academic content knowledge regarding the engineering design process, force distribution, materials usage and selection, lean manufacturing principles, alternative energy systems, and robotics in a project-based learning environment. Students will be assessed using proficiency standards in preparation for attainment of a Certificate of Proficiency. (COP) This course is part of a Chapter 74 approved program and incorporates standards from the Engineering Technology Vocational Framework.
Explore Shop 9
Course Numbers: 11150 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Exploratory Shop Grade 9: In this course, students will complete an exploratory schedule exposing them to all 24 vocational and technical programs in which they will acquire knowledge of safety; skill-building; career awareness; and assessment testing to assist them in choosing the technical program that best suits their interests and abilities.
GA Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11054 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Graphics Arts Theory Grade 9: In this course, students will develop a solid understanding of basic printing principles, practices, and procedures necessary to properly and safely learn to set up. Students will also develop thinking, reasoning, and communication skills as well as basic skills using paper and electronic professional technical reference and service informational resources.
GA Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11055 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Graphics Arts Theory Grade 10: In this course, students will develop the skills necessary for digital printing and limited offset/screen printing. Students will explore the latest industry standards in the Graphic Communications industry. Students will learn the importance of machine safety and safe operations.
GA Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11056 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Graphics Arts Theory Grade 11: In this course, students will expand their skills in digital, printing and computer areas, and will develop client service skills. Students will receive the 10 hour OSHA Health and Safety regulation card.
GA Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11057 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Graphics Arts Theory Grade 12: In this course, students will learn advanced offset/digital and computer skills. The students will develop a cover letter/resume, as well as a career plan for COOP/College.
Graphic Arts 9
Course Numbers: 11151 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Graphics Arts Grade 9: In this course, students will study print software; typography; principles of design; color harmony; and technical pre-production practices.
Graphic Arts 10
Course Numbers: 11152 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Graphic Arts Grade 10: In this course, students will deepen their knowledge of print software; typography; principles of design; color harmony; and technical pre-production practices. Students will study web software; methods of bindery; silk screen; and digital printing methods and continue to build on basic press functions. Students will also review shop safety and safe use of tools and equipment.
Graphic Arts 11
Course Numbers: 11153 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Graphic Arts Grade 11: In this course, students will deepen their knowledge of print software; typography; principles of design; color harmony; and technical pre-production practices. Students will study web software; advanced bindery; Multi-Color silk screen; and advanced digital printing features and learn advanced press methods requiring higher levels of thinking and team-building. Students will also review shop safety and safe use of tools and equipment.
Graphic Arts 12
Course Numbers: 11154 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Graphic Arts Grade 12: In this course, students will complete a senior project in which they will complete their competencies from job ticket through the finished press and bindery operations. They will develop skills in advanced use of print software; typography; principles of design; color harmony; and technical pre-production practices. Students will also utilize video software.
HA Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11058 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Health Assistant Grade 9: In this course, students will explore the roles, responsibilities, and earnings of health care providers. Students will study and explore the framework of the human body.
HA Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11059 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Health Assistant Grade 10: In this course, students will further their understanding of body systems and diseases. Students will also examine health care organizations and lines of authority.
Health Assist 9
Course Numbers: 11155 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Health Assistant Grade 9: In this course, students will develop the necessary knowledge and skills that are required to meet the Health Care industry standards and technical frameworks in preparation for certification.
Health Assist 10
Course Numbers: 11156 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Health Assistant Grade 10: In this course, students will expand their clinical skills and act as student volunteers. Students will complete certifications in HOSA, CPR, and First Aid.
Health Assist 11
Course Numbers: 11157 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Health Assistant Grade 11: In this course, students will acquire the knowledge necessary to successfully complete the federal nursing assistant exam offered by the American Red Cross. Students will also participate in externships at acute and long-term care facilities.
Health Assist 12
Course Numbers: 11158 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Health Assistant Grade 12: In this course, students will complete one or both of these courses: Basic EMT and COOP. Students must be a certified nursing assistant to participate in this course.
HL Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11062 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Hotel/Lodge Grade 9: In this course, students will engage in an introduction to the hospitality industry; hospitality careers; the menu; restaurant services; casual/theme restaurants; and banquet and catering.
HL Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11063 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Hotel/Lodge Grade 10: In this course, students will learn the basics of the lodging industry, utilizing the American Hotel and Lodging Educational Foundation Program. Students will explore Hospitality Orientation, focusing on Hospitality and Careers; Guest Services; Professionalism; and Safety and Security. Students will also complete reading, writing, and mathematics assignments as they pertain to the industry.
HL Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11064 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Hotel/Lodge Grade 11: In this course, students will explore more deeply an Overview of Lodging: Organization and Structure; Career and Guest Services; and Housekeeping. Students will also prepare their resume as part of their career plan, and complete reading, writing, and mathematics assignments as they pertain to the industry.
HL Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11065 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Hotel/Lodge Grade 12: In this course, students will study Leadership and Management; Marketing and Sales; and Food and Beverage Service. Students will complete, reading, writing, and mathematics assignments as they pertain to the industry. Students successfully completing this three year program will obtain a Certificate of Proficiency upon graduation.
Hotel-Lodge 9
Course Numbers: 11159 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Hotel/Lodge Grade 9: In this course, students will explore the AES computer program; menu planning; computer and customer service planning; business math; and restaurant and banquet etiquette.
Hotel-Lodge 10
Course Numbers: 11160 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Hotel/Lodge Grade 10: In this course, students will deepen their technical knowledge and vocabulary of the Hospitality/Tourism management program. Students will gain an understanding of banquet menu planning; banquet service; advertising and marketing; trip planning; food costing; and employee relations. Students will continue hands-on experience as supervisors in the Skyline Bistro and the Skyline Conference Center, as well as participate in off-site events. Students will also complete a Travel Project in order to showcase their understanding of all aspects of trip planning.
Hotel-Lodge 11
Course Numbers: 11161 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Hotel/Lodge Grade 11: In this course, students will continue to deepen their technical knowledge and vocabulary of the Hospitality/Tourism management program. Students will gain experience in operating and managing a conference center; developing a business plan; hospitality and human resources; lending institutions and hospitality communication; and event planning. Students will continue hands-on experiences as supervisors in the Skyline Bistro and Skyline Conference Center, as well as at off-site events. Students will prepare a Junior Travel Project as well as a Personal Theme Restaurant Project, both of which will demonstrate their knowledge of the travel and restaurant industries. Students will continue to work on their professional portfolios.
Hotel-Lodge 12
Course Numbers: 11162 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Hotel/Lodge Grade 12: In this course, student will continue to expand their technical knowledge and vocabulary of the Hospitality/Tourism, with a special emphasis on management. Students will explore the principles of effective management in the context of the hospitality industry. Students will acquire knowledge of lounge management; international travel and geography; hotel and casino design; and NFTE entrepreneurship. Students will also participate in the ServSafe program; an 10-hour OSHA training program; and CPR/AED training. Students meeting the necessary requirements will participate in a co-operative education program in which they will practice their skills in off-site paid job opportunities. Students will complete their professional portfolios in preparation for college applications or post graduation job opportunities.
HSA Internship
Course Numbers: 5163 (1.50)(C), 8213 (1.50)(C), 8343 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Health Science Academy Internship: In this course, students will participate in a clinical or work assignment that is designed to provide experiences in a local medical center or job site. Students will work with departments that offer services or research that parallels their career goals.
Human Anatomy 11
Course Numbers: 11060 (0.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Human Anatomy 11 - In this lab-based science course, students will study the cells, tissues, organs and organ systems of the human body and may engage in the dissections of vertebrate specimens. Students will learn anatomical terminology and explore various diseases of the human body.Related Theory Health Assistant Grade 11: In this course, students will prepare for the Red Cross exam for nursing assistants. Students will also learn employability skills, including the importance of attendance; punctuality; communication style; and compliance with rules.
Human Anatomy 12
Course Numbers: 11061 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Human Anatomy 12: In this course, students explore the roles and issues in community health that provides the academic fulfillment for a Home Health certificate. Students will develop a progressive plan for post high school.
HVAC - R 9
Course Numbers: 11163 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Grade 9: In this course, students will perform various ipling practices including swaging; flaring; bending; soldering; and brazing of copper tubing. Students will study basic electricity theory, including the relationships among ohms, volts, amps, and watts. Students will explore electrical circuitry including wiring schematics and the wiring of electrical circuits. Students will gain a knowledge of shop safety.
HVAC - R 11
Course Numbers: 11165 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Grade 11: In this course, students will study commercial refrigeration systems including walk-ins; reach-ins; ice machines; and other supermarket and restaurant equipment. Student will also install equipment according to code specifications and will implement trouble shooting of electrical and heating apparatus.
HVAC - R 12
Course Numbers: 11166 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Grade 12: In this course, students wil study heating systems, including oil, gas, and electric heat pumps. Students will install equipment according to code specifications and will implement troubleshooting of electrical and heating apparatus.
HVAC - R10
Course Numbers: 11164 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Grade 10: In this course, students will study small hermetic systems including refrigerators; freezers; dehumidifiers; and wall/window air conditioners. Students will learn to troubleshoot electrical controls and refrigeration system problems, as well as evacuation, charging, and recovery techniques.
Integrated Business Dev
Course Numbers: 11021 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Integrated Business D: In this course, students will acquire the knowledge and skills to develop and incorporate business strategies in development projects, including establishing budgets; business plans; and marketing strategies and evaluating risk, feasibility, and return on investment. (ROI)
Intro Tech and Eng
Course Numbers: 501 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Introduction to Technology & Engineering, as part of a Chapter 74 approved program, incorporates standards from the Engineering Technology Vocational Framework. Within a project based learning environment, students will gain and apply relevant safety knowledge, complete and discuss academic and career plans, and gain and apply appropriate academic content knowledge. Students use a problem-solving model to improve existing products and invent new ones. Students will explore the many career pathways offered within the engineering field ranging from but not limited to software, electrical, construction, communications systems, and robotics. Using sophisticated three-dimensional modeling software, students communicate the details of the products. Emphasis is placed on analyzing potential solutions and communicating ideas to others. The curriculum also utilizes the strengths of each team member to accomplish the goals of a project, while offering students learning challenges at all ability levels.Throughout the course, students will be assessed using proficiency standards in preparation to attain a Certificate of Proficiency (COPs).
Intro to Computer Science
Course Numbers: 11115 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Introduction to Computer Science: In this course, students will explore the fundamentals of computer science; web design principles; architecture; structure; functions; components; and models of the internet and other computer networks. Students will learm common programming structures and basic algorithmic problem-solving; best practices and web standards; and will use the OSI and TCP layered models to examine the nature and roles of protocols and services at the application; network; data link; and physical layers. Students build simple web sites and simple LAN topologies by applying basic principles of cabling; performing basic configurations of network devices such as routers and switches; and implementing IP addressing schemes.
Intro to Programming
Course Numbers: 11114 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Introduction to Programming: In this course, students will study the advanced material covered on the CompTIA A+ certfication exams. This includes software programming fundamentals as well as basic planning; design; code structures; and testing procedures for application programming in C#.
LAN Switch and Wire
Course Numbers: 11186 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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LAN Switching and Wireless: In this course, students will learn the technologies and protocols needed to design and implement a converged switched network. Students will also explore the hierarchical network design model as well as how to select devices for each layer. Students will learn how to configure a switch for basic functionality and how to implement various routing types in a converged network. Students will examine the different implementations of Spanning Tree Protocol in a converged network and develop the knowledge and skills necessary to implement a WLAN in a small to medium network.
Linux
Course Numbers: 11089 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Linux: In this course, students will acquire comprehensive knowledge of topics related to Linux certification, including Linux distribution; installation; administration; X Windows; networking; and security.
MA Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11070 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Machine Grade 9: In this course, students will gain knowledge of basic measurement; machine types and functions; shop safety; introductory blueprint reading; bench tools; and layout work.
MA Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11071 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Machine Grade 10: In this course, students will gain knowledge of blueprint reading for machine trades; metrology; shop math; shop safety; set up and nomenclature of machines; and shop vocabulary.
MA Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11072 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Machine Grade 11: In this course, students will engage in textbook and online training of the theory of operation of saws; lathes; drill presses; grinders; milling machines; and computer numerical control. (CNC) Students will also study advanced blueprint reading, layout work, and computation.
MA Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11073 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Machine Grade 12: In this course, students will study the theory that supports computer numerically controlled machines; CAD/CAM software; electrical discharge machines; advanced blueprint reading; layout work; and computation.
Machine 9
Course Numbers: 11167 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Machine Grade 9: In this course, students will study the lathe; benchwork; saws; drill presses; bench grinders; and milling machines. Students will also gain knowledge of shop safety; machine shop occupations; hand tools; simple layout work; and computation.
Machine 10
Course Numbers: 11168 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Machine Grade 10: In this course, students will continue their study of lathe work; milling machine work; saws; drill presses; and bench work, as well as automated machining using ProtoTrak. Students will also gain knowledge of shop safety and and safe use of tools and equipment.
Machine 11
Course Numbers: 11169 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Machine Grade 11: In this course, students will engage in advanced bench work and use of saws; lathes; drill presses; grinders; and milling machines. Students will also gain knowledge of shop safety and and safe use of tools and equipment.
Machine 12
Course Numbers: 11170 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Machine Grade 12: In this course, students will study computer numerically controlled machines; CAD/CAM software; electrical discharge machines and engage in advanced work utilizing lathes; grinders; milling machines; and advanced measurement techniques. Students will also gain knowledge of shop safety and and safe use of tools and equipment.
Network Fund
Course Numbers: 11184 (4.00)(C), 11198 (3.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Network Fundamentals: In this course, students will prepare for jobs as network, computer, and help desk technicians. Students will acquire an overview of routing and remote access; addressing and security. Students will become familiar with servers that provide e-mail services; web space; and authenticated access.
Paint Decor 9
Course Numbers: 11171 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Paint/Décor Grade 9: In this course, students will learn good work habits and proper safety procedures and engage in training in the use and principles of basic trade tools. Students will learn the composition and fundamental methods on the application of materials. Students will also study the preparation and preservation of surfaces; furniture finishing; repair and refinishing; wallcovering installation; glass glazing; color theory; and spray painting.
Paint Decor 10
Course Numbers: 11172 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Paint/Décor Grade 10: In this course, students will engage in basic tradesmanship and prepare, apply, preserve, and complete larger scale projects. Students will acquire hands-on skills with trade tools; color mixing of paints and stains; computer sign-making; spray painting techniques; estimating costs and material; and interior design.
Paint Decor 11
Course Numbers: 11173 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Paint/Décor Grade 11: In this course, students engage in training in advanced roller and brush application; airless spraying; wall coverings of all types; erecting and maintaining scaffolds; and drywall taping procedures. Students will also study the finer methods of the trade, including special finishes such as marblelizing; rag rolling; sponge painting; and wood graining. Students will complete projects within the school facility and community.
Paint Decor 12
Course Numbers: 11174 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Paint/Décor Grade 12: In this course, students engage in more practical applications by implementing processes learned on projects completed outside of the shop. Students will achieve competency in furniture finishing; color theory; fine wall covering installation; faux finishes interior design; and interior/exterior painting. Students will also develop supervisory skills; estimating techniques; aptitudes; and work ethic. Students who qualify will participate in co-op placement.
PD Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11074 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Painting Decorating Grade 9: In this course, students will gain knowledge of safety practices in the Painting and Design field; the history of the trade, materials, tools and equipment; ladders and scaffolds; preparation of surfaces; basic surface preparation; sealants and repair/fillers; introduction to paints and coatings; and brushing and rollings paints and coatings. Students will complete reading and writing assignments related to Painting and Design Technology.
PD Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11075 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Painting Decorating Grade 10: In this course, students will explore careers in the painting trade; ladder; scaffolds; lifts and fall protection; identification of surface substrate materials and conditions; protection of adjacent surfaces; basic surface preparation; sealants and repair/fillers; introduction to paints and coatings; and brushing and rolling paints and coatings. Students will complete reading and writing assignments related to Painting and Design Technology. Students will also learn how to utilize the Smart Board as it relates to this field.
PD Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11076 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Painting Decorating Grade 11: In this course, students will explore painting failures and remedies; interior design; job planning and completion; chemical cleaning and stripping; low-pressure water cleaning; drywall finishing and patching; stains; clear finishing; wood finishing; coatings II; spray painting (conventional and airless); and introduction to computerized sign-making. Students will complete reading and writing assignments related to Painting and Design Technology. Students will also learn how to utilize the Smart Board as it relates to this field. Students will acquire their 10 hour OSHA card.
PD Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11077 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Painting Decorating Grade 12: In this course, students will gain knowledge of painting failures and remedies II; job supervision; planning and control; interior design; color and tinting; decorative finishes; wall coverings; graphics; texturing; and spraying with special devices. Students will complete the AES (Applied Educational Systems) program and develop cover letters; resumes; and career plans. Students will complete reading and writing assignments related to Painting and Design Technology.
PL Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11078 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Plumbing Grade 9: In this course, students will begin a comprehensive safety program leading to OSHA 10 construction certification. Students will gain knowledge of the safe use of hand tools for pipe cutting, threading, and reaming; copper tubing; fittings; and methods of joining and soldering. Students will also explore the history of plumbing; pipe measurement; void spacing; steel pipe; and fittings and assembly. Students will also acquire basic math skills for plumbers, formulas, and hydraulic data information.
PL Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11079 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Plumbing Theory Grade 10: In this course, students will complete their OSHA 10 safety and training certification. Students will study pipe valves and fittings; water supply sizing; testing and materials; hot water supply and water heating methods; and basic blueprint terminology. Students will also gain knowledge of forced hot water heating; drainage systems and hangers and supports as well as the basics of renewable and alternative energies.
PL Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11080 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Plumbing Theory Grade 11: In this course, students will engage in a safety review and gain knowledge of in depth drainage, waste and vent systems and testing; advanced water systems; fixture installation; victaulic pipe and fittings; brazing and silver soldering; and gas systems. Students will also learn employability skills; management and entrepreneurship; and technological skills.
PL Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11081 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Plumbing Theory Grade 12: In this course, students will engage in a safety review and gain knowledge of math and formulas for plumbers; roof drain sizing; oveview of special waste systems; code definitions; blueprint reading; and isometric drawing.
Plumbing 9
Course Numbers: 11175 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Plumbing Grade 9: In this course, students will explore many different areas of the plumbing trade. Students will study hand and tool equipment safety as well as plumbing definitions and terminology. Students will also gain knowledge of steel pipe frames; drawing; assembly; testing; and assessment.
Plumbing 10
Course Numbers: 11176 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Plumbing Grade 10: In this course, students will study steel pipe flanges; safety training and testing for the operation of a power threading machine; hangers and supports; cast iron pipe and fittings; pipe slope and layout; tankless water heating; cold water sizing and installation; shower valves and hot water tank installation. Students will engage in technical manual research; drawings; math and formula calculations; assembly; testing; and assessment.
Plumbing 11
Course Numbers: 11177 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Plumbing Grade 11: In this course, students will study drainage, waste, and vent system design and installation; water piping system design and installation; sumps and ejectors; underground piping; gas pipe sizing and installation; forced hot water heating system design and installation; commericial plumbing installation; and fixture installation. Students will also work on external non-profit plumbing work projects.
Plumbing 12
Course Numbers: 11178 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Plumbing Grade 12: In this course, students will complete advanced plumbing project design and installation and review formulas and math skills for plumbers. Students will also examine renewable and alternative energy systems and plumbing service and repair. Students will continue to work on external projects. Eligible students may participate in the cooperative education program.
Rout Prot and Con
Course Numbers: 11185 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Routing Protocols and Concepts: In this course, students will learn the architecture, components, and operation of routers; the principles of routing; and routing protocols. Students will analyze; configure; verify; and troubleshoot the primary routing protocols. Students will be able to recognize and correct routing issues.
RT Environ Tech 9
Course Numbers: 11050 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Envionmental Technology Grade 9: Earth Science
RT Environ Tech 10
Course Numbers: 11051 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Environmental Technology Grade 10:
RT Environ Tech 11
Course Numbers: 11052 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Environmental Technology Grade 11:
RT Environ Tech 12
Course Numbers: 11053 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Environmental Technology Grade 12:
RT Exploratory
Course Numbers: 11001 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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RT HVAC - R 10
Course Numbers: 11067 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Grade 10: In this course, students will study heat theory; temperature and pressure; and the basic refrigeration cycle and its' components. Students will also acquire knowledge of the use of refrigerants in various systems models as well as small hermetic systems, including refrigerators; freezers; dehumidifiers; and window/wall air conditioners.
RT HVAC - R 11
Course Numbers: 11068 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Grade 11: In this course, students will study the electrical and mechanical components of commercial and industrial refrigeration in order to install, repair, and maintain these units.
RT HVAC - R 12
Course Numbers: 11069 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Grade 12: In this course, students will study the electrical and mechanical components of oil, gas, and electric heating systems in order to install, repair, and maintain these units.
RT HVAC- R 9
Course Numbers: 11066 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Grade 9: In this course, students will examine best practices needed in the HVAC/R field. Students will acquire knowledge of copper tubing and piping practices; basic mathematics; safe use of tools; fasteners; and solder and brazing theory. Students will also study the relationship among ohms, volts, amps, and watts and the importance of safety in each area.
RT-Auto Coll 9
Course Numbers: 11006 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Auto Collision Grade 9: In this course, students will engage in the study of the operation and management of a collision repair facility; the repair process; employment opportunities; career paths; and introduction to customer service. Students will also prepare for hands-on experience in the collision repair shop by exploring general safety; safety equipment (personal and shop); safety rules, guidelines, practices, and regulations; OSHA and Right-to-Know regulations; hand tools; collision repair specialty and power tools; measurement; use of technology; marketing; and personal finance. Students will complete reading, writing, and math assignments related to the automobile collision repair industry.
RT-Auto Coll 10
Course Numbers: 11007 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Auto Collision Grade 10: In this course, students will engage in theory and training of collision repair materials and their applications; metal straightening fundamentals; plastic and composite repairs; surface preparation; refinish fundamentals; color matching; refinish defect, analysis, and repair; custom painting; decal and trim; removal and replacement. Students will also complete reading, writing, and math assignments related to the automotive collision repair industry.
RT-Auto Coll 11
Course Numbers: 11008 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Auto Collision Grade 11: In this course, student will engage in theory and training of welding, cutting, and heating applications; automotive vehicle construction; panel replacement door service; glass removal and installation procedures; structural repair; equipment preparation and set up; structural part repair and replacement procedures; corrosion protection materials and applications. Students will also engage in mechanical repairs; estimating repair costs; shop ownership; management; finance; and entrepreneurship. Students will also complete reading, writing, and math assignments related to the automotive collision repair industry.
RT-Auto Coll 12
Course Numbers: 11009 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Auto Collision Grade 12: In this course, students will engage in the theory and training in job acquisition skills, including resume and cover letter writing and job application forms; interview practice and techniques;job success skills; entrepreneurship; identification and measurement of structural damage; structural repair and alignment; interior repairs; restraint system service and precautions; suspension geometry and alignment; electrical and electronic component service and replacement; troubleshooting and maintenance; and business technology. Students will also complete reading, writing, and math assignments related to the automotive collision repair industry.
RT-Elec Tech 9
Course Numbers: 11046 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Electromechanical Technology Grade 9: In this course, students will learn the basic concepts of electricity in AC and DC circuitry. Students will examine the relationship of voltage, current, and resistance in relationship to Ohm's and Watt's laws pertaining to series and parallel circuits with resistors, capacitators, and inductors. Students will study magnetism and electromagnetism and its' application to transformers, relays, solenoids, and DC and AC motors. Students will also acquire knowledge of the computer software Multism Electronics Workbench and Automation Studio.
RT-Elec Tech 10
Course Numbers: 11047 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Electromechanical Technology Grade 10: In this course, students will gain an understanding of basic electronic circuitry and component testing. Students will explore the fundamentals of analog and digital circuits, including the binary number system; Boolean algebra; logic gates; combinational logic; flip flops; sequential logic; diodes; SCRs; triacs; bipolar transistors; differential amplifiers; operational amplifiers; and power supplies. Students will develop a working knowledge of passive and active electronic components as well as fundamentals of machine control and automated processes from the use of relay ladder logic circuits and their applications in machine control.
RT-Elec Tech 11
Course Numbers: 11048 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Electromechanical Technology Grade 11: Theoretical course designed to provide the students with the ability to recognize and interpret industrial symbols, schematics and industrial electrical circuits. The application of Ohm’s Law will be included. Wiring series and parallel circuits as they relate to industrial uses, fuses and circuit breakers, transformers and alternating current will be covered. Students will demonstrate training in the field of pneumatics and hydraulics, regarding fundamentals of gases and power fluids. Students will develop skills to calculate load demand and construct both hydraulic and pneumatic systems. This course will further provide the student with the opportunity to develop troubleshooting techniques for all mechanical and electrical equipment utilities in the Industrial Maintenance. Students will operate and define the capabilities of programmable controllers, applying the latest technology in industrial computer use.
RT-Elec Tech 12
Course Numbers: 11049 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Electromechanical Technology Grade 12: Theoretical course disigned to provide the students with the ability to operate and define the capabilities of programmable controllers, applying the latest technology in industrial computer use. Learning to create programs utilizing relays, switches, and timers will provide opportunities for creating industrial applications. Students will construct typical wiring diagrams for push button control stations and will include start/stop control wiring diagrams of single stations, multiple stations, jogging, industrial plant application will be developed. Devices such as pilot lights will be added to each circuit as well as proper fuse control and safety disconnects.  Students will demonstrate training in the field of pneumatics and hydraulics, regarding fundamentals of gases and power fluids. Students will develop skills to calculate load demand and construct both hydraulic and pneumatic systems. This course will further provide the student with the opportunity to develop troubleshooting techniques for all mechanical and electrical equipment utilities in the Industrial Maintenance
Server and Network Op
Course Numbers: 11019 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Server and Network Operating: In this course, students will acquire the knowledge and skills to configure and troubleshoot a Windows server network infrastructure. Students will implement and configure secure network access and implement fault tolerant storage technologies and gain an understanding of the network technologies most commonly used with Windows server and IP enabled networks. Students will also learn how to secure servers and maintain update compliance.
Server and Network OS
Course Numbers: 11087 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Server and Network OS: In this course, students will acquire the knowledge and skills to configure and troubleshoot a Windows server network infrastructure. Students will implement and configure secure network access and implement fault tolerant storage technologies and gain an understanding of the network technologies most commonly used with Windows server and IP enabled networks. Students will also learn how to secure servers and maintain update compliance.
Server Dir Serv
Course Numbers: 11088 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Server Directory Services: In this course, students will acquire the knowledge and skills to configure Active Directory Domain Services in a distributed environment; implement group policies; perform backup and restore; and monitor and troubleshoot Active Directory related issues.
Sheet Metal 9
Course Numbers: 11179 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Sheet Metal Grade 9: In this course, students will learn the proper safe applications and soldering techniques of various metals; layout and fabrication of HVAC duct systems, buckets, funnels, and other round applications. Students will learn to safely utilize manual brakes; shears; rolls; hand-turning machines; powered lock formers; resistance welders; and hand tools.
Sheet Metal 10
Course Numbers: 11180 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Sheet Metal Grade 10: In this course, students will layout and fabricate commonly used round fittings using parallel and radial line development to include elbows, tees, and reducers using hand turning machines and various stakes. Students will engage in the input of round fittings on the plasma cutting table. Students will continue their training in the safe use of shop power equipment.
Sheet Metal 11
Course Numbers: 11181 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Sheet Metal Grade 11: In this course, students will layout and fabricate fittings applying the triangulation method used in light residential; commercial; and heavy industrial applications. Students will also learn MIG welding techniques; how to safely operate a Power Press Brake; and the proper and safe use of power rolls; Iron Horse and hand plasma cutters. Students will learn how to input fittings on the plasma cutting table and will begin to participate in a fabricating special project for the city and school
Sheet Metal 12
Course Numbers: 11182 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Sheet Metal Grade 12: In this course, students will learn how to fabricate louvers; compound and transitional HVAC fittings; architectural finials; and conductor heads. Students will continue to refine their knowledge of all aspects of the trade, using critical thinking to solve fabrication processes. Students who are eligible may participate in a cooperative educational partnership.
SM Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11082 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Sheet Metal Theory Grade 9: In this course, students will learn safe practices and acquire an awareness of the hazards of the shop and the construction industry. Students will learn soldering techniques using B-Tanks as well as trade terminology. Students will also complete math, reading, and writing assignments as they pertain to the industry.
SM Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11083 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Sheet Metal Theory Grade 10: In this course, students will learn how to safely operate power equipment, including the drill press; vertical band saw; pedestal grinder; angle grinder; and cold saw utilizing equipment manuals. Students gain knowledge of fasteners; taps; dies; and drills and will utilize computers for the Applied Educational System demonstrating their understanding of computer hardware and software; connectivity; research; problem-solving; and communication. Students will also complete math, reading, and writing assignments as they pertain to the industry.
SM Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11084 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Sheet Metal Theory Grade 11: In this course, students will learn how to safely operate the Power Press Brake to include tonnage calculations and bend allowances, as well as correct die sizes and applications. Students will learn to safely operate the 55 ton Geka Hydraulic Ironworker using tonnage calculations and correct punch/dies; the MIG welder; and the hand-operated Plasma Cutter. Students will learn how to write resumes and cover letters and use computers for the Applied Educational System demonstrating their employability skills, critical thinking, and positive work behaviors. Students will also receive their OSHA Construction 10 hour training card.
SM Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11085 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Sheet Metal Theory Grade 12: In this course, students will to read and identify Structural, Architectural, and Mechanical blueprints; specifications; and all components of industrial and commercial HVAC systems and job estimating. Students will also acquire knowledge about labor agreeements, union, and open shops. Students will use computers for Applied Educational System demonstrating their understanding of basic business practices required to start and run a company/organization.
Spanish II for HP
Course Numbers: 5093 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Spanish II for Health Professions: In this course, students will acquire knowledge of fundamental grammar, culture, and vocabulary necessary ro working in the medical field with the Hispanic community. Students will increase proficiency in listening, speaking, reading, and writing, with a special focus on medical terminology. Students will also explore the culture of Spanish-speaking people.
Telecom 11
Course Numbers: 11197 (3.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Telecommunications Grade 11: In this course, students will explore network design processes using a large stadium enterprise network and medium-sized film company network. Students will follow a standard design process to expand and upgrade each network. Students will examine life cycle services in the context of pre-sale support.
WE Related Theory 9
Course Numbers: 11094 (0.25)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Welding Grade 9: Students will gain a solid understanding of basic welding principles, practices, and procedures necessary to perform basic welding tasks. Students will develop thinking, reasoning and communication skills in addition to developing basic theory skills to utilize equipment including shears; bending brakes; spot welders; related hand-tools; and oxy-fuel equipment.
WE Related Theory 10
Course Numbers: 11095 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Welding Grade 10: In this course, students will explore the GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) process. Students will acquire beginning knowledge of blueprint reading. Students will use mathematical skills and processes to solve problems related to the welding field.
WE Related Theory 11
Course Numbers: 11096 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Welding Grade 11: In this course, students will explore current technology that relates to the welding industry and gain an understanding of developing technology. Students will access a variety of sources to research and organize information to gain an understanding of the career opportunities in the welding field. Students will study the following welding processes: GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding); FCAW (Flux Core Arc Welding); SAW (Submerged Arc Welding); and PAW (Plasma Arc Welding). Students will read, understand, and communicate in the language of the welding field; comprehend advanced blueprint reading; and use mathematical skills and processes to solve problems related to the welding field.
WE Related Theory 12
Course Numbers: 11097 (1.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Related Theory Welding Grade 12: In this course, students will access a variety of sources to research and organize information to gain an understanding of the career opportunities in the welding field. Students will study the SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) process. Students will read, understand, and communicate in the language of the welding field; comprehend advanced blueprint reading; and use mathematical skills and processes to solve problems related to the welding field.
Web App Programming
Course Numbers: 11116 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Web Application Programming: In this course, students will examine the architecture; components; and development of applications and the principles of Model-View-Controller (MVC). Students will plan, design, build, and test projects using markup; presentation; client and server-side programming languages. Students will develop web sites and applications.
Welding 9
Course Numbers: 11191 (1.50)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Welding Grade 9: In this course, students will develop a solid understanding of basic welding principles, practices, and procedures needed to perform basic welding tasks. Students will develop basic skills to utilize equipment including shears; bending brakes; spot welders and hand tools. Students will also learn to use oxy-fuel equipment and become proficient in the oxy-acetylene process.
Welding 10
Course Numbers: 11192 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Welding Grade 10: In this course, students will learn the GTAW (Gas-Tungsten-Arc Welding) process. Students will also read, understand, and communicate in the language of the welding field. Students will learn to read blueprints and use mathematical skills and processes related to the welding field.
Welding 11
Course Numbers: 11193 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Welding Grade 11: In this course, students will utilize the three welding processes: GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding); FCAW (FluxCored Arc Welding); and SAW (Submerged Arc Welding). Students will also read, understand, and communicate in the language of the welding field and use mathematical skills and processes related to the welding field. Students will also work on projects in a job shop atmosphere.
Welding 12
Course Numbers: 11194 (4.00)(C)
Type: High School Area: Career Vocational Tech (74)
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Welding Grade 12: In this course, students will practice the seven processes that are utilized by professional welders. Students will work in teams to design and build projects. Students will focus their efforts on becoming proficient in SMAW (Sheet Metal Arc Welding) in order to become certified with MA Bridge Certification.