Other Classes

Course Title Type Subject Prerequisites
MS Cooking Electives Other Classes Yes

Prerequisites: You will need an adult who is willing to supervise you in the kitchen to help monitor kitchen safety practices.

What is your favorite food? Have you had a chance to prepare it yourself? This class is for those students who have never cooked and for those who are up and coming chefs with lots of experience. We will learn safety in the kitchen and cooking and baking techniques. You will have the opportunity to create many delicious foods and try recipes of your choice. Complete your course schedule by enrolling in this tasty class.

Prerequisites: You will need an adult who is willing to supervise you in the kitchen to help monitor kitchen safety practices.

What is your favorite food? Have you had a chance to prepare it yourself? This class is for those students who have never cooked and for those who are up and coming chefs with lots of experience. We will learn safety in the kitchen and cooking and baking techniques. You will have the opportunity to create many delicious foods and try recipes of your choice. Complete your course schedule by enrolling in this tasty class.

MS Journalism- Tell Your Story Electives Other Classes None

Prerequisites: None

Are you someone who likes to get the story straight? Do you always want to know more? Who? What? When? Where? How? These are the details that make for a great story. Knowing how to find these key facts and then write them up in a way that makes it easy for others to read about it is the skill of a true journalist. In Middle School Journalism: Tell Your Story, you'll learn how to ask the right questions, look for the details, and find the story in any situation. You'll learn how to gather information effectively, organize ideas, format stories for media production, and edit your articles. Get ready to break that news!

Prerequisites: None

Are you someone who likes to get the story straight? Do you always want to know more? Who? What? When? Where? How? These are the details that make for a great story. Knowing how to find these key facts and then write them up in a way that makes it easy for others to read about it is the skill of a true journalist. In Middle School Journalism: Tell Your Story, you'll learn how to ask the right questions, look for the details, and find the story in any situation. You'll learn how to gather information effectively, organize ideas, format stories for media production, and edit your articles. Get ready to break that news!

MS Pet Care Electives Other Classes None

Prerequisites: None

This class teaches students how to take care of pets. Students will learn information about caring for pets and vocational skills for potential future careers. The individualized projects will make this class suitable for students of all ability levels. Students will showcase their creations to their classmates.

Prerequisites: None

This class teaches students how to take care of pets. Students will learn information about caring for pets and vocational skills for potential future careers. The individualized projects will make this class suitable for students of all ability levels. Students will showcase their creations to their classmates.

MS World Cultures & Languages Electives Other Classes None
MS Yearbook Electives Other Classes None

Prerequisites: None

Help your school create their yearbook and the senior PowerPoint that is played at graduation. We could use YOUR help to capture memories to last a lifetime.

Prerequisites: None

Help your school create their yearbook and the senior PowerPoint that is played at graduation. We could use YOUR help to capture memories to last a lifetime.