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Welcome to Food Science


INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Cathy Cleveland

EMAIL: ccleveland@hollandisd.org

PHONE: 254-657-0175



COURSE DESCRIPTION: Food Science students conduct laboratory and field investigations, use scientific methods during investigations, and make informed decisions using critical thinking and scientific problem solving. Food Science is the study of the nature of foods, the causes of deterioration, the principles underlying food processing, and the improvement of foods for the consuming public.



Students are encouraged to participate in extended learning experiences such as Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, FCCLA,  and other leadership or extracurricular organizations.

 GRADING POLICY;

    40% Projects/Labs

    30% Quiz/Test

    30% Daily Work/Class Participation


ATTENDANCE: Attendance is very important for student success. Projects, labs and classroom assignments are difficult to make up so students need to maintain good attendance in order to be successful in this class. Parents and students need to notify the teacher if they are going to have an extended absence. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence.


MAKE UP AND LATE WORK: All class assignments are due at the beginning of the assigned due date. When a student is absent it is their responsibility to obtain their make-up work. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence, and it is the student’s responsibility to obtain missed work  from teacher.



CARE OF WORK ENVIRONMENT: NO food or cell phones will be allowed at work stations at any time. Cooking labs  will be the only time students will be allowed to have food out.  Work surfaces must be cleaned off each day before leaving class and all supplies put in designated areas. Food lab areas must be cleaned and items returned their proper storage area.


TECHNOLOGY POLICY: BYOB (Bring Your Own Device...everyday, fully charged.) Students will be expected to have their school issued computer for instructional purposes.  All FCS curriculum will be administered online through iCEV. Cell phones and their use during class time will be at the discretion of the teacher and all electronic devices need to be put away unless the teacher directs students to use them for specific assignments. Misuse of devices will result in them being taken up by the teacher.


EXPECTATIONS: We will have many group and individual projects and activities in this class. I expect a high level of commitment, maturity, and respect for me as well as all those participating in the class. I will expect your full participation to ensure your success and enjoyment in this class.


CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS:

1. Be in your seat and prepared for class when the tardy bell rings.

2. Be respectful to others and their property.

3. Remain quiet when the teacher is talking.

4. Place all supplies and trash in designated areas.

5. No inappropriate language is allowed.

6. No eating in class. (Food labs only.)

7. Computers and electronic devices are for instructional use only.

8. Must be in dress code according to school policy as noted in school handbook.

*Classroom discipline plan and tardy policy will follow HISD’s District Policy.


SUPPLY LIST:

Students will be required to purchase a $4.00 apron for cooking labs from Mrs. Cleveland. .






Planbook

Welcome to Family and Community Services



INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Cathy Cleveland

EMAIL: ccleveland@hollandisd.org

PHONE: 254-657-0175



COURSE DESCRIPTION: This laboratory-based course is designed to involve students in realistic and meaningful community-based activities through direct service experiences. Students are provided opportunities to interact and provide services to individuals, families, and the community through community or volunteer services. Emphasis is placed on developing and enhancing organizational and leadership skills and characteristics.


Students are encouraged to participate in extended learning experiences such as Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, FCCLA,  and other leadership or extracurricular organizations.

 GRADING POLICY;

    40% Projects

    30% Daily Work

    30% Participation


ATTENDANCE: Attendance is very important for student success. Projects and classroom assignments are difficult to make up because many of the projects in this class are done as community service.  Students need to maintain good attendance in order to be successful in this class. Parents and students need to notify the teacher if they are going to have an extended absence. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence. Students and or parents are responsible for letting the teacher know if they will not be able to participate in projects that require service time outside of school hours.


MAKE UP AND LATE WORK:. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence, and it is the student’s responsibility to obtain missed work  from teacher. Projects will not be able to be made up once they have happened. It is very important that you are willing to obligate time to working outside of classroom time.


CARE OF WORK ENVIRONMENT: NO food or cell phones will be allowed unless specifically given permission to have by the teacher. All work areas and supplies must be cleaned and items returned their proper storage area.


TECHNOLOGY POLICY: BYOB (Bring Your Own Device...everyday, fully charged.) Students will be expected to have their school issued computer for instructional purposes.  All FCS curriculum will be administered online through iCEV. Cell phones and their use during class time will be at the discretion of the teacher and all electronic devices need to be put away unless the teacher directs students to use them for specific assignments. Misuse of devices will result in them being taken up by the teacher.


EXPECTATIONS: We will have many group and individual projects and activities in this class. I expect a high level of commitment, maturity, and respect for me as well as all those participating in the class. I will expect your full participation to ensure your success and enjoyment in this class. You will be required to attend service projects that are not held during the regular school hours.


CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS:

1. Be in your seat and prepared for class when the tardy bell rings.

2. Be respectful to others and their property.

3. Remain quiet when the teacher is talking.

4. Place all supplies and trash in designated areas.

5. No inappropriate language is allowed.

6. No eating in class. (Food labs only.)

7. Computers and electronic devices are for instructional use only.

8. Must be in dress code according to school policy as noted in school handbook.

*Classroom discipline plan and tardy policy will follow HISD’s District Policy.


SUPPLY LIST: Class supplies for services projects will be purchased through funds raised from service projects.


 

Welcome to Art

  

INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Cathy Cleveland

EMAIL: ccleveland@hollandisd.org

PHONE: 254-657-0175

 

 

(1)  The fine arts incorporate the study of dance, music, theatre, and the visual arts to offer unique experiences and empower students to explore realities, relationships, and ideas. These disciplines engage and motivate all students through active learning, critical thinking, and innovative problem solving. The fine arts develop cognitive functioning and increase student academic achievement, higher-order thinking, communication, and collaboration skills, making the fine arts applicable to college readiness, career opportunities, workplace environments, social skills, and everyday life. Students develop aesthetic and cultural awareness through exploration, leading to creative expression. Creativity, encouraged through the study of the fine arts, is essential to nurture and develop the whole child.

(2)  Four basic strands--foundations: observation and perception; creative expression; historical and cultural relevance; and critical evaluation and response--provide broad, unifying structures for organizing the knowledge and skills students are expected to acquire. Each strand is of equal value and may be presented in any order throughout the year. Students rely on personal observations and perceptions, which are developed through increasing visual literacy and sensitivity to surroundings, communities, memories, imaginings, and life experiences as sources for thinking about, planning, and creating original artworks. Students communicate their thoughts and ideas with innovation and creativity. Through art, students challenge their imaginations, foster critical thinking, collaborate with others, and build reflective skills. While exercising meaningful problem-solving skills, students develop the lifelong ability to make informed judgments.

(3)  Statements that contain the word "including" reference content that must be mastered, while those containing the phrase "such as" are intended as possible illustrative examples.

 

 

 GRADING POLICY;

     40% Projects/Labs

     30% Quiz/Test

     30% Daily Work/Class Participation


ATTENDANCE: Attendance is very important for student success. Projects, labs and classroom assignments are difficult to make up so students need to maintain good attendance in order to be successful in this class. Parents and students need to notify the teacher if they are going to have an extended absence. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence.


MAKE UP AND LATE WORK: All class assignments are due at the beginning of the assigned due date. When a student is absent it is their responsibility to obtain their make-up work. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence, and it is the student’s responsibility to obtain missed work  from teacher.


CARE OF WORK ENVIRONMENT: NO food or cell phones will be allowed at work stations at any time.  Work areas must be cleaned off each day before leaving class and all supplies put in designated areas.  Areas must be cleaned and items returned their proper storage area.


TECHNOLOGY POLICY: BYOB (Bring Your Own Device...everyday, fully charged.) Students will be expected to have their school issued computer for instructional purposes.  Cell phones and their use during class time will be at the discretion of the teacher and all electronic devices need to be put away unless the teacher directs students to use them for specific assignments. Misuse of devices will result in them being taken up by the teacher.


EXPECTATIONS: We will have many group and individual projects and activities in this class. I expect a high level of commitment, maturity, and respect for me as well as all those participating in the class. I will expect your full participation to ensure your success and enjoyment in this class.


CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS:

1. Be in your seat and prepared for class when the tardy bell rings.

2. Be respectful to others and their property.

3. Remain quiet when the teacher is talking.

4. Place all supplies and trash in designated areas.

5. No inappropriate language is allowed.

6. No eating in class. (Food labs only.)

7. Computers and electronic devices are for instructional use only.

8. Must be in dress code according to school policy as noted in school handbook.

*Classroom discipline plan and tardy policy will follow HISD’s District Policy.


SUPPLY LIST: Students will be required to purchase an 9X12 top spiral art sketchbook.  Supplies will be provided by the school.  Students may be asked to buy supplies if they are not able to take care of the supplies provided.

    Welcome  to Principles of Human Service

                                                  


INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Cathy Cleveland

EMAIL: ccleveland@hollandisd.org

PHONE: 254-657-0175



COURSE DESCRIPTION: This laboratory course will enable students to investigate careers in the human services career cluster, including counseling and mental health, early childhood development, family and community, and personal care services. Each student is expected to complete the knowledge and skills essential for success in high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand human services careers.


Students are encouraged to participate in extended learning experiences such as Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, FCCLA,  and other leadership or extracurricular organizations.

GRADING POLICY;

40% Projects/Labs

30% Quiz/Test

30% Daily Work/Class Participation


ATTENDANCE: Attendance is very important for student success. Projects, labs and classroom assignments are difficult to make up so students need to maintain good attendance in order to be successful in this class. Parents and students need to notify the teacher if they are going to have an extended absence. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence.


MAKE UP AND LATE WORK: All class assignments are due at the beginning of the assigned due date. When a student is absent it is their responsibility to obtain their make-up work. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence, and it is the student’s responsibility to obtain missed work  from teacher.


CARE OF WORK ENVIRONMENT: NO food or cell phones will be allowed at work stations at any time..  Work surfaces and sewing machines must be cleaned off each day before leaving class and all sewing accessories put in designated areas.


TECHNOLOGY POLICY: BYOB (Bring Your Own Device...everyday, fully charged.) Students will be expected to have their school issued computer for instructional purposes.  All FCS curriculum will be administered online through iCEV. Cell phones and their use during class time will be at the discretion of the teacher and all electronic devices need to be put away unless the teacher directs students to use them for specific assignments. Misuse of devices will result in them being taken up by the teacher.


EXPECTATIONS: We will have many group and individual projects and activities in this class. I expect a high level of commitment, maturity, and respect for me as well as all those participating in the class. I will expect your full participation to ensure your success and enjoyment in this class.


CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS:

1. Be in your seat and prepared for class when the tardy bell rings.

2. Be respectful to others and their property.

3. Remain quiet when the teacher is talking.

4. Place all supplies and trash in designated areas.

5. No inappropriate language is allowed.

6. No eating in class. (Food labs only.)

7. Computers and electronic devices are for instructional use only.

8. Must be in dress code according to school policy as noted in school handbook.

*Classroom discipline plan and tardy policy will follow HISD’s District Policy.


SUPPLY LIST FOR PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN SERVICES:

Students will be required to purchase supplies for basic sewing projects. A list will be sent home as needed.

Principles of Human Services http://planbook.com/planbook.html?t=1068660&k=FCS&y=851579&c=8290048

Welcome to Child Development


INSTRUCTOR: Mrs. Cathy Cleveland

EMAIL: ccleveland@hollandisd.org

PHONE: 254-657-0175



COURSE DESCRIPTION:   This technical laboratory course addresses knowledge and skills related to child growth and development from prenatal through school-age children, equipping students with child development skills. Students use these skills to promote the well-being and healthy development of children and investigate careers related to the care and education of children.


Students are encouraged to participate in extended learning experiences such as Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, FCCLA,  and other leadership or extracurricular organizations.

 GRADING POLICY;

     40% Projects/Labs

     30% Quiz/Test

     30% Daily Work/Class Participation


ATTENDANCE: Attendance is very important for student success. Projects, labs and classroom assignments are difficult to make up so students need to maintain good attendance in order to be successful in this class. Parents and students need to notify the teacher if they are going to have an extended absence. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence.


MAKE UP AND LATE WORK: All class assignments are due at the beginning of the assigned due date. When a student is absent it is their responsibility to obtain their make-up work. Students are responsible for course work covered during their absence, and it is the student’s responsibility to obtain missed work  from teacher.


CARE OF WORK ENVIRONMENT: NO food or cell phones will be allowed at work stations at any time.  Work areas must be cleaned off each day before leaving class and all supplies put in designated areas.  Areas must be cleaned and items returned their proper storage area.



TECHNOLOGY POLICY: BYOB (Bring Your Own Device...everyday, fully charged.) Students will be expected to have their school issued computer for instructional purposes.  All FCS curriculum will be administered online through iCEV. Cell phones and their use during class time will be at the discretion of the teacher and all electronic devices need to be put away unless the teacher directs students to use them for specific assignments. Misuse of devices will result in them being taken up by the teacher.


EXPECTATIONS: We will have many group and individual projects and activities in this class. I expect a high level of commitment, maturity, and respect for me as well as all those participating in the class. I will expect your full participation to ensure your success and enjoyment in this class.


CLASSROOM RULES AND EXPECTATIONS:

1. Be in your seat and prepared for class when the tardy bell rings.

2. Be respectful to others and their property.

3. Remain quiet when the teacher is talking.

4. Place all supplies and trash in designated areas.

5. No inappropriate language is allowed.

6. No eating in class. (Food labs only.)

7. Computers and electronic devices are for instructional use only.

8. Must be in dress code according to school policy as noted in school handbook.

*Classroom discipline plan and tardy policy will follow HISD’s District Policy.


SUPPLY LIST: Materials needed for projects as assigned.

Child Developement http://planbook.com/planbook.html?t=1068660&k=FCS&y=851579&c=8290045






What is FCCLA?

FCCLA is the only career and technical in-school student organization with the family as the central focus. Participation in state and national programs and chapter activities help members become strong leaders in family, careers and communities.

 

Who can join?

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national Career and Technical Student Organization for young men and women enrolled in Family and Consumer Sciences education in public and private schools, grades 7-12.

 

Where can I join?

Talk to your school's FCS teacher and ask if there is a local chapter. If not, ask your teacher if they would like to be an advisor and create a new chapter.

 

What can FCCLA do for you?

With FCCLA, youth learn how to make a difference in their families, communities, and future careers. Members learn important life skills such as leadership, planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision-making, and interpersonal communication!

 

 

http://texasfccla.org/

Congratulations

HHS Student Council

Representatives

2018-2019


Class Representatives:

Seniors:

Bailey Smotek and Kolby Dague

Juniors:

Jon Caleb Cearley and Brady Shelton

Sophomores:

Javia Whiteley and Bret Lange

Freshman:

Bryson Pistole and Emily Dague

NHS

Luke Frei and Chloe Hoke

One Act Play:

Rossy Cipriano and Savannah Lawrence

UIL:

Neiak Daniel and Nora Beebe

Cheer:  

Kendyll Morris

Band:

Samuel Sanchez and

Courtney Jackson

FCA

Kate Gordon  

  FCCLA:

Jade Crow and Luisa Rios

FCA

Kate Gordon

FFA:

Clara Steglich and Selah Kurtz

Leadership:

Megan DePew and Krista Martinez

Boys Athletics:

Marshall Mays and  Kyle Frei

Girls Athletics:

Jo Carter and Kathryn Kritzky






Welcome

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