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Name: Chase Mansel
From: St. John, Kansas
Grade: 10
School: St. John Hudson USD350
Votes: 0

Art

05155   2D
Art Drawing/Painting

Students will gain experience with
various both two-dimensional art materials. Students will maintain a
sketchbook. Students are expected to create their own original work
based upon their personal interest and talents.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12

05158   3D
Art Sculpture/Ceramics

Students will gain experience with
various three dimensional art materials. Students will maintain a
sketchbook. Students are expected to create their own original work
based upon their personal interest and talents.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12

30102   Graphic
Design Fundamentals

This course provides a basic understanding
of the graphic design process. Topics include analyzing the design
elements and principles, exploring industry tools, software and
equipment and learning composition techniques to develop a quality
product. CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 10-12 PREREQUISITE:
10004 – Computer Applications

30105   Photo
Imaging

This course teaches the technical skills needed to
produce quality images for use in a variety of applications. Topics
include use of equipment, software and techniques to take, edit and
manipulate digital images. CREDIT:
0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
10-12 PREREQUISITE:
10004 – Computer Applications

05162   Graphic
Design

This course emphasizes design elements and principles
in the purposeful arrangement of images and text to communicate a
message. They focus on creating art products such as advertisements,
product designs, and identity symbols. Graphic Design courses may
investigate the computer’s influence on and role in creating
contemporary designs and provide a cultural and historical study of
master design works of different periods and styles. [Graphic Design
class will complete the yearbook project.] CREDIT:
1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
11-12
PREREQUISITE: Computer Applications, Graphic Design
Fundamentals, Photo Imaging.

05159   3D
Art, Emphasis Potter’s Wheel

Students will learn potter’s
wheel construction techniques and create original ceramic pieces.
(Limit 3 students per class) CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 12

05997   Independent
Art Emphasis

Students will chose an area of study, and then
continue to develop his or her own voice, style, and technique.
Students are expected to create their own original work based upon
their personal interests and talents. Advanced art students will
prepare a portfolio of their work that can be presented to colleges.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 12
PREREQUISITE: At
least 2 years in art classes. (12th grade with instructor’s
approval)

Biochemistry

03101   Chemistry
This
course is a study of matter and its interaction. Molecular and atomic
structure, dimensional analysis, stoichiometry, chemical reactions,
energy changes, and chemical applications are covered. The
mathematics of chemical interactions is a major topic of study.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12 PREREQUISITE: Physical Science, Algebra.

03203   BioChemistry
This
is a required life science class that investigates organisms and
their interaction with the environment, cellular structure and
function, biotechnology, genetics and natural selection. Sophomore
year recommended. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE:
03159 – Physical Science

10004   Computer
Applications

This course provides instruction in software
concepts using Microsoft Office and other programs. The student will
receive hands-on experience in Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
General instruction in basic computer hardware and operating systems
that support software applications is also provided. REQUIRED FOR
GRADUATION FROM USD #350
COURSE NOTE: Optional Dual Credit
(10th, 11th, or 12th grades) during 1st Semester: Students can enroll
in Barton Community College’s Computer Concepts & Appl to receive
3 credit hours.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12

14102   Human
Body Systems

This course is a study of the organization of the
human body, principles of support and movement, control systems of
the body, and maintenance of the human body. This class includes
dissections. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE:
03203 – BioChemistry

37506   Environmental
Resources and Wildlife

This is an Application Level class.
This course is an introduction to the ecological and management
principles associated with the fields of fisheries, wildlife,
conservation and natural resources. Major topics will include: stream
ecology, pond management, fish identification, fisheries issues,
aquaculture, wildlife management, wildlife identification, hunting
issues, water quality, soil conservation, and plant and tree
identification. Must have completed and passed an Introductory and
Technical Level Course in the BioChemistry Pathway CREDIT:
1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12
PREREQUISITE: BioChemistry, Chemistry (may be taken in
conjunction).

Business/Computer

10004   Computer
Applications

This course provides instruction in software
concepts using Microsoft Office and other programs. The student will
receive hands-on experience in Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
General instruction in basic computer hardware and operating systems
that support software applications is also provided. REQUIRED FOR
GRADUATION FROM USD #350
COURSE NOTE: Optional Dual Credit
(10th, 11th, or 12th grades) during 1st Semester: Students can enroll
in Barton Community College’s Computer Concepts & Appl to receive
3 credit hours.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12

12104   Accounting
I

This course covers principles and procedures necessary for
entry level employment. The student will learn the entire accounting
cycle through instruction in basic principles, concepts, and
procedures of accounting. Students will become acquainted with
processes in automated accounting through the use of spreadsheets and
a computerized simulation. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 10-12

Construction
and Design

21102   Introduction
to Industrial Drafting

This class is a required course to
pursue other courses in the Construction and Production Pathways. The
curriculum is set up for the ninth grade level. This course will
cover all fundamental aspects of the Construction and Production
Pathways. Students gain knowledge of employable skills, drafting,
CAD, CAM, welding, and basic construction methods. This is a
prerequisite course for all the Construction and Production Pathways.
CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9

38001   Introduction
to Industrial Technology

This class is a required course to
pursue other courses in the Construction and Production Pathways. The
curriculum is set up for the ninth grade level. This course will
cover all fundamental aspects of the Construction and Production
Pathways. Students gain knowledge of employable skills, drafting,
CAD, CAM, welding, and basic construction methods. This is a
prerequisite course for all the Construction and Production Pathways.
CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9

17007   Woodworking
Principals (Wood Technology I)

This class is a required course
to pursue other courses in the Construction Pathway. The curriculum
is set up for the tenth grade level. This course will cover all
fundamental aspects of the Construction Pathway. Students gain
knowledge of employable skills, drafting, CAD, basic construction
methods, and wood technology.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 10
PREREQUISITE:
Introduction to Industrial Technology, Introduction to Drafting,
and/or Students pursuing the Construction Pathway.

17002   Residential
Carpentry I

This class is a required course to pursue other
courses in the Construction Pathway. The curriculum is set up for the
eleventh grade level. Students will perfect and master content taught
in the Wood Technology I course. Course curriculum is concentration
on the Construction Pathways objectives from employable skills,
drafting, CAD, advanced construction methods, wood technology, and
sub categories in the “Construction Career Cluster”.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 11
PREREQUISITE:
Introduction to Industrial Technology, Introduction to Industrial
Drafting, and/or Woodworking Principals.

38007   Furniture
& Cabinetry Fabrication (Cabinet and Furniture Design II)

This
class is a required course to pursue other courses in the
“Construction and Production Pathways”. The curriculum is set up
for the twelfth grade level. Students will master content taught in
the prerequisite course. Course curriculum is concentration on the
Construction Pathways objectives emphasizing post high school
education, employable skills, and hands on activities in the
construction lab.

CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 12
PREREQUISITE:
Introduction to Industrial Technology, Introduction to Industrial
Drafting, and/or Woodworking Principals, and Residential Carpentry
I.

Family
and Community Services

19001   Intro
to Human Services

This is an introductory course that includes
all areas of Family and Consumer Science study. This course exposes
students to career opportunities for personal and consumer services.
These areas include foods, nutrition and wellness, textiles,
relationships, and consumer economics. Students participate in a
variety of hands-on activities including decision making, problem
solving similar to those in real life; identify qualities necessary
to be a successful individual and contributing member of society.
Students will develop skills in management of human and material
resources, examine processes for maintaining interpersonal
relationships, and apply knowledge showing practical nutrition
choices and food preparation skills. CREDIT:
(1)   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
8

08057   Nutrition
and Wellness
This course enables students to explore the value
of fitness and good nutrition, family health, and related consumer
skills. Students will examine how nutrition, physical activity, and
personal stress are related to wellness and longevity. Students will
be able to correlate nutrition and diet to health and job
performance. Students will analyze how advertising, life style and
friends influence food choices. Students will experience preparing
quality nutritious food for themselves and their families by
evaluating food labels, and practice menu planning. They will also
explore special needs diets for people with certain health
conditions. CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12

16052   Culinary
Essentials

Investigate and demonstrate will occur with dry and
moist heat food production, combination foods, garnishing, and baking
methods. Production of a variety of foods in many categories will
take place including baked products. CREDIT:
0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12

22208   Family
Studies

This course (designed for upper classmen) will give
students a glimpse of adult living and will provide information
helpful for family living. Students will examine the effects of
personal life choices – determined by normal and unexpected life
changes – impact the well-being of family, career and society life.
To study and practice what is involved in making these choices
enables students to make healthier choices that impact the family,
work-force, and the community. CREDIT:
0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12

22210   Consumer
and Personal Finance

This year-long course will focus on the
knowledge and responsibilities needed as current and future consumers
including career decisions, money management, financial security
(saving/investing), credit management, home buying/renting, auto
buying/leasing, insurance, taxes, and consumer rights and
responsibilities. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12

45004   Human
Growth and Development

This course will provide students with
knowledge about the physical, mental, emotional, and social growth
and development of humans from conception to old age, with a special
emphasis on birth through school age. Course content will provide an
overview of life stages, with a strong tie to prenatal and birth
processes; fundamentals of children’s emotional and physical
development; and the appropriate care of children. This course is
designed to better prepare students to understand parenting and
working with children. Students will explore all ages of children’s
development, from birth to adolescence. Students will learn about
roles and responsibilities of parenting with emphasis of raising a
child to be a healthy, well-adjusted individual that will contribute
to today’s society. Also covered will be techniques to help children
achieve positive behavior and effective discipline as child care
givers. Students will have the opportunity to participate with the
“Baby Think it over” infant simulator and work with
children of preschool age. Students will explore the wide variety of
careers related to child care and the need for good care givers.
CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12

45250   Career
& Community Connections

Must have completed and passed an
Introductory and Technical Level Course in the Family and Community
Services Pathway. This is an Application Level class that must be
approved by instructor. Student will apply course work towards a
career in Human Services. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 11-12

Foreign
Language

06101   Spanish
I

This course is an introduction to the Spanish language and
culture with emphasis on vocabulary development, idiomatic
expressions, correct spelling and pronunciation, and basic sentence
construction.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12

06121   French
I

This course is an introduction to the French language and
culture with emphasis on vocabulary development, idiomatic
expressions, correct spelling and pronunciation, and basic sentence
construction.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12

06102   Spanish
II

This course seeks to expand students’ vocabularies,
knowledge of syntax, and composition skills.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
10-12
PREREQUISITE: 06101 – Spanish I

06122   French
II
This course seeks to expand students’ vocabularies,
knowledge of syntax, and composition skills.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 10-12
PREREQUISITE:
06121 – French I

06103   Spanish
III

This course is an opportunity to expand the students’
vocabulary, composition skills, and appreciation and understanding
literary genre.

CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 11-12
PREREQUISITE:
Spanish I and II.

Language
Arts

0107   Language
Arts 7

This course introduces and expands upon the connections
between students’ prior knowledge of grammar, vocabulary, word
usage, and the mechanics of writing and includes the four aspects of
language use: reading, writing, speaking, and listening. It will
introduce and define various genres of literature, with writing
exercises often linked to reading selections. As well, students will
learn the techniques of writing MLA style research papers.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 7

0108   Language
Arts 8

This course continues to expand students’ knowledge of
grammar, writing, and reading. Throughout the course, students will
write a variety of different types of essays including descriptive,
comparison, persuasive, and a small research paper. Students will
become familiar with MLA format and citing sources. Students will
also complete a poetry unit and will read short selections from the
textbook in addition to studying a couple of novels as a class.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 8

01001   Language
Arts 9

This course builds upon students’ prior knowledge of
grammar, vocabulary, word usage, and the mechanics of writing and
includes the four aspects of language use: reading, writing,
speaking, and listening. It will introduce and define various genres
of literature, with writing exercises often linked to reading
selections. As well, students will begin to learn the techniques of
writing research papers. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9

01104   Creative
Writing

This course offers students the opportunity to develop
and improve their technique and individual style in poetry, short
story, drama, and other forms of prose. The emphasis of the courses
is on writing; however, students may study exemplary representations
and authors to obtain a fuller appreciation of the form and craft.
Although most creative writing classes cover several expressive
forms, others concentrate exclusively on one particular form (such as
poetry or playwriting). Though grammar is an important part to
writing, it is not the emphasis in this class, but rather form and
content are. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12

01002   Language
Arts 10

This course offers a balanced focus on composition and
literature, and grammar. Typically, students learn about the
alternate aims and audiences of written compositions by writing
persuasive, critical, and creative multi-paragraph essays and
compositions. Through the study of various genres of literature,
students can improve their reading rate and comprehension and develop
the skills to determine the author’s intent and theme and to
recognize the techniques used by the author to deliver his or her
message. Course readings include a couple pieces of classic American
literature with essays over the assigned texts.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
10

01003   Language
Arts 11

This course continues to develop students’ grammar
and writing skills, emphasizing clear, logical writing patterns, word
choice, and usage, as students write essays and continue to learn the
techniques of writing research papers. Students continue to read
works of literature focusing on early American literature, which
often form the backbone of the writing assignments. Literary
conventions and stylistic devices may receive greater emphasis than
in previous courses. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 11

01004   Language
Arts 12

This course blends composition, literature, and
grammar into a cohesive whole as students write critical and
comparative analyses of selected literature, continuing to develop
their language arts skills. Typically, students primarily write
multi-paragraph essays, but they may also write one or more major
research papers. The focus is on British literature. Business writing
is also included in this course, and students will go through an
interview process at the end of the year. CREDIT:
1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
12

011021   Lang
Arts 12/Comp I

Students in this class will be enrolled in
Barton Community College’s English Composition I course during the
first semester. Upon successful completion of the the semester,
students will receive 3 hours of college credit. In addition to the
college instructor’s assigned essays and writing assignments,
students will also read numerous texts focusing on British
Literature. There will be some writing assignments over these pieces,
but the bulk of the writing will be done in fulfillment of the
college course.
COURSE NOTE: Requires: (ACT English score
of at least 17 or Accuplacer Writing Skills score of at least 69)
AND
(ACT Reading score of at least 18 or Accuplacer Reading Skills score
of at least 69)
CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE: Dual
Credit   GRADE: 12

011022   Lang
Arts 12/Comp II

Students in this class will be enrolled in
Barton Community College’s English Composition II course during the
second semester. Upon successful completion of the semester, students
will receive 3 hours of college credit. In addition to the college
instructor’s assigned essays and writing assignments, students will
also read numerous texts focusing on British Literature. There will
be some writing assignments over these pieces, but the bulk of the
writing will be done in fulfillment of the college course. Business
writing is also included in this course, and students will go through
an interview process at the end of the semester.
COURSE NOTE:
Required: Student must pass BCC English Composition I with a grade of
C or better. CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE:
Dual Credit   GRADE:
12

Mathematics

52037   7th
Math

Standard 7th math curriculum aligned with Kansas Math
Standards. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 7
PREREQUISITE:
Successful completion of 6th grade math. Placement based on State
Assessment scores, past performance and teacher recommendations.

52051   PreAlgebra
This
course is applied arithmetic, pre-algebra, and pre-geometry. It
includes: decimal notation (small and large numbers), measurement,
variables, basic equations, problem-solving strategies, making and
interpreting displays, number system, area, volume, and coordinate
graphs and equations.) CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 7
PREREQUISITE: This
course is for 7th graders who are ready for advanced placement.
Placement for this class will be based on past performance, state
assessment scores and teacher recommendation.

52001   Basic
Algebra

Use of variables, solving linear equations and
inequalities, graphing equations and inequalities on a number line
and in a coordinate plane, problem solving strategies, probabilities,
ratio and proportion, percents, transformations, writing equations of
lines, exponents and powers, quadratic equations (graph, solutions,
uses), absolute value, polynomial, probability and statistics,
systems of equations(graph, solutions, uses), factoring, and
functions. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 8
PREREQUISITE: This
class is for 8th graders who have successfully completed course 2 as
a 7th grader.

52038   8th
Math

Standard 8th math curriculum aligned with Kansas Math
Standards. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 8
PREREQUISITE: This
course is for 8th graders who have successfully completed 7th math
(Course 1 Book). Placement will be based on State Assessment scores,
past performance, and teacher recommendations.

02052   Algebra
1

Standard Algebra 1 curriculum aligned with Kansas Math
Standards. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE:
8th graders who have successfully completed Pre-Algebra (Course 2).
High School students who have successfully completed Basic Algebra
(Course 3) with a C or better grade or have permission from previous
teacher and administrator.

02069   Basic
Algebra

Use of variables, solving linear equations and
inequalities, graphing equations and inequalities on a number line
and in a coordinate plane, problem solving strategies, probabilities,
ratio and proportion, percents, transformations, writing equations of
lines, exponents and powers, quadratic equations (graph, solutions,
uses), absolute value, polynomial, probability and statistics,
systems of equations(graph, solutions, uses), factoring, and
functions. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE:
This class is for high school students who have successfully
completed 7th math (Course 1 book) and 8th math (Course 2 book).
Placement will be based on teacher recommendations.

02073   Geometry
Concepts
of constructing and developing a logical mathematical system, logic,
congruent and similar polygons and solids, parallel and perpendicular
lines, different types of transformations, measurement, coordinate
geometry, right triangles, and basic trigonometry.
CREDIT:
1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12
PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Algebra 1 (C or
better) or with teacher and administrator permission.

02056   Algebra
2

Concepts of the function and its basic uses, variation and
its uses in graphing and equation writing, the finding, solving and
graphing of linear functions, arithmetic with matrices, solving
systems of equations with matrices, finding, solving and graphing
quadratic functions, manipulating expressions involving powers and
radicals, finding and solving exponential and logarithmic function’s,
basic right triangle trigonometry, the law of sines and cosines,
solving polynomials and quadratic relations and finding and
evaluating equations for series and combinations.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
10-12
PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Algebra 1 and
Geometry (C or better) or with teacher and administrator permission.

21009   Robotics
In
a flexible format, students will learn about engineering and
engineering problem solving. They will be given introductions to the
VEX Robotics Design System and programming in Robot C. Students work
in teams to create robots capable of movement through tele-operated
interaction. Programming is an essential and vital element. The
course will develop and expand students’ skills and knowledge so
that they can design and develop robotic devices. Topics covered in
the course may include mechanics, electrical and motor controls,
pneumatics, computer basics, and programmable logic
controllers.
COURSE NOTE: Course is team-oriented –
students are expected to work with a partner throughout the
course.
Possible team competition at robotics tournaments.

CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 10-12
PREREQUISITE:
Successful Completion of Algebra 1 (C or better) and teacher
permission.

***02069A   College
Algebra I

A review of fundamental advanced algebra concepts,
solving linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, graphing and
modeling linear equations on the Cartesian plane, defining and graph
functions and their inverses, solving polynomials with polynomial
division, synthetic division and using technology, solving and
graphing exponential and logarithmic functions, solving systems of
equations, using matrices to solve systems of equations and other
applications of the determinant and the inverse of matrices, finding
sequences and series and their equations, an introduction to
statistics and a review of conic sections.

FIRST SEMESTER COURSE –
Prep course for possible dual credit college course second semester.

CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 11-12
PREREQUISITE:
Successful completion of Algebra II (C or better).

***02069B   College
Algebra II

A review of fundamental advanced algebra concepts,
solving linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, graphing and
modeling linear equations on the Cartesian plane, defining and graph
functions and their inverses, solving polynomials with polynomial
division, synthetic division and using technology, solving and
graphing exponential and logarithmic functions, solving systems of
equations, using matrices to solve systems of equations and other
applications of the determinant and the inverse of matrices, finding
sequences and series and their equations, an introduction to
statistics and a review of conic sections.

SECOND SEMESTER – not taking dual
credit course through Barton Community College.
CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 11-12

***02069C   College
Algebra (BCC)

A review of fundamental advanced algebra
concepts, solving linear and quadratic equations and inequalities,
graphing and modeling linear equations on the Cartesian plane,
defining and graph functions and their inverses, solving polynomials
with polynomial division, synthetic division and using technology,
solving and graphing exponential and logarithmic functions, solving
systems of equations, using matrices to solve systems of equations
and other applications of the determinant and the inverse of
matrices, finding sequences and series and their equations, an
introduction to statistics and a review of conic sections.
COURSE
NOTE:
Requires: (ACT Math score of at least 23 or Accuplacer
Elementary Algebra score of at least 81) CREDIT:
0.5   TYPE: Dual Credit   GRADE:
11-12
PREREQUISITE: 02056 – Algebra 2 or ***02069A –
College Algebra I

02121   Calculus/Trig
College
Trigonometry; Analytic Geometry; College Calculus concepts that will
include limits, derivatives, integrals, and differential equations.
This course has been designed to prepare students for college
trigonometry and calculus. (11th grade by permission only)
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 12
PREREQUISITE:
Successful completion of Algebra II, Geometry, and College
Algebra/Algebra 3.

Music

05101   Band
The
band program offers many opportunities for students to experience
music performance in concert band, marching band, flag corps, jazz
band, and pep band as well as participating in small group
performances. Music students will perform for the community during
the year and participate in league, regional, and state music
contests. Students must have been in band the previous year, or made
arrangements with the instructor to gain admittance into the class
prior to enrollment. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12

05110   Mixed
Chorus

A non-auditioned group where participants will be able
to sing alone and with others a variety of music of four-part harmony
with or without accompaniment Students will understand music in
relation to history and culture. Performances will be expressive and
technically correct. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12

Physical
Education

08001   Physical
Education

Physical education is an instructional program which
includes movement and fitness that allows all students to develop
successfully into a physically educated person. Students will learn
skills necessary to perform a variety of activities involving
individual as well as team activities. Students will be able to
demonstrate competence in a variety of different forms of physical
activities. REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION
CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9

08051   Health
Students
will examine how the quality of life impacts physical, emotional, and
social health on a daily basis. The choices made today will affect
life expectancy, reproductive health and risk factors for disease.
One semester course. REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION

CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9

08009   Speed,
Power and Quickness

Emphasis will be placed on speed, power
and quickness development related to athletics and lifetime fitness.
The students will be periodically tested throughout the course of the
year to determine fitness levels, class and personal gains. The
course will include weight training, plyometrics, speed training,
agility training and other forms of physical fitness.

CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE:
9-12

Production

21102   Introduction
to Industrial Drafting

This class is a required course to
pursue other courses in the Construction and Production Pathways. The
curriculum is set up for the ninth grade level. This course will
cover all fundamental aspects of the Construction and Production
Pathways. Students gain knowledge of employable skills, drafting,
CAD, CAM, welding, and basic construction methods. This is a
prerequisite course for all the Construction and Production Pathways.
CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9

38001   Introduction
to Industrial Technology

This class is a required course to
pursue other courses in the Construction and Production Pathways. The
curriculum is set up for the ninth grade level. This course will
cover all fundamental aspects of the Construction and Production
Pathways. Students gain knowledge of employable skills, drafting,
CAD, CAM, welding, and basic construction methods. This is a
prerequisite course for all the Construction and Production Pathways.
CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9

39207   Production
Welding Processes

This class is a required course to pursue
other courses in the “Production Pathways”. The curriculum is set
up for the tenth grade level. This course will cover all fundamental
aspects of the “Production Pathways” mastering the content taught
in the “Introduction to Industrial Technology” designed to
provide students with knowledge skills in basic welding theories and
terminology, to perform Oxy-fuel and Arc Welding activities in the F
& H positions, and to perform Nondestructive testing activities.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 10
PREREQUISITE:
38001 – Introduction to Industrial Technology

13002   Manufacturing
Processes

This class is a required course to pursue other
courses in the “Production Pathways”. The curriculum is set up
for the eleventh grade level. This is a comprehensive course to teach
students the various methods used to process and transform materials.
This includes skills common to all manufacturing occupations such as
blueprint reading, safety, hand & power tools, bonding, casting,
forming, computer automations, LEAN manufacturing, soldering &
metallurgy. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 11
PREREQUISITE:
Introduction to Industrial Technology, Production Welding Processes.

13998   Research
& Design for Manufacturing

The curriculum is set up for
the twelfth grade level. This is an advanced level course that
provides students with work-based experience, supported by classroom
attendance and discussion within their area of interest/study.
Students will master fundamental aspects of the industry production
skills ranging from careers, post high school training, employable
skills, research and design skills, blueprint reading,
specifications, CAD, CAM, welding, electricity and electronics, sheet
metal, and power and energy. CREDIT:
1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
12
PREREQUISITE: Introduction to Industrial Technology,
Production Welding Processes, Manufacturing
Processes.

Science

03159   Physical
Science

This course, required for all freshmen, is the study
of matter and energy and in introductory course to Physics and
Chemistry. Areas covered include: motion, properties of matter, the
atom, nuclear reactions, compounds and mixtures, chemical reactions,
energy and power, light and sound waves, and electricity and
magnetism. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9

03101   Chemistry
This
course is a study of matter and its interaction. Molecular and atomic
structure, dimensional analysis, stoichiometry, chemical reactions,
energy changes, and chemical applications are covered. The
mathematics of chemical interactions is a major topic of study.

CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE:
Physical Science, Algebra.

03151   Physics
This
course investigates natural phenomena. Motion, forces, energy, waves,
and electricity are covered. The mathematic basis of physics is a
major topic of study.

CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE:
Physical Science, Geometry, Algebra I.

03203   BioChemistry
This
is a required life science class that investigates organisms and
their interaction with the environment, cellular structure and
function, biotechnology, genetics and natural selection. Sophomore
year recommended. CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE:
03159 – Physical Science

14102   Human
Body Systems

This course is a study of the organization of the
human body, principles of support and movement, control systems of
the body, and maintenance of the human body. This class includes
dissections.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE:
03203 – BioChemistry

37506   Environmental
Resources and Wildlife

This is an Application Level class.
This course is an introduction to the ecological and management
principles associated with the fields of fisheries, wildlife,
conservation and natural resources. Major topics will include: stream
ecology, pond management, fish identification, fisheries issues,
aquaculture, wildlife management, wildlife identification, hunting
issues, water quality, soil conservation, and plant and tree
identification. Must have completed and passed an Introductory and
Technical Level Course in the BioChemistry Pathway.
CREDIT:
1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12
PREREQUISITE: BioChemistry, Chemistry (may be taken in
conjunction).

Social
Studies

04106   Contemporary
U.S. Issues (Current Events)

This course covers the political,
economic, and social issues facing the United States, with or without
an emphasis on state and local issues. This course may focus on
current issues or may examine selected issues that span throughout
the 20th century to the present.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
9-12

04051   World
History

After a brief review of ancient history, this survey
course covers the modern history of the world beginning with the
Renaissance in Europe (mid-15th century) expanding through recent
world events, encompassing absolutism; enlightenment; revolution;
nationalism; the Industrial Revolution; New Imperialism; World War I;
World War II and the Holocaust; post-war world relations; struggles
for democracy; and global interdependence. This is a good course for
historical background and for improving study, organization, and
historical thinking skills. The use of primary sources, the process
of thinking through challenging historical questions, and learning to
use evidence to support claims are emphasized.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 10

04101   American
History

This course begins with the rise of industrialism and
big business following the Civil War and extends to the present.
Special consideration is given to the Progressive Era, World War I
and World War II, the Great Depression, the early Civil Rights era,
the Cold War, and the Vietnam War. The use of primary sources, the
process of thinking through challenging historical questions, and the
skill of being able to write an essay are emphasized. CREDIT:
1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
11

04151   American
Government

This course covers the United States Constitution
line by line during the first semester – investigating
Constitutional issues. During the second semester, students study and
evaluate intolerance in America, exploring human rights issues,
culminating with an in-depth investigation of the Civil Rights
Movement in the United States.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
12
PREREQUISITE: 12th grade or Consent of Instructor.

Visual
Arts

10004   Computer
Applications

This course provides instruction in software
concepts using Microsoft Office and other programs. The student will
receive hands-on experience in Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
General instruction in basic computer hardware and operating systems
that support software applications is also provided. REQUIRED FOR
GRADUATION FROM USD #350
COURSE NOTE: Optional Dual Credit
(10th, 11th, or 12th grades) during 1st Semester: Students can enroll
in Barton Community College’s Computer Concepts & Appl to receive
3 credit hours.
CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 9-12

30102   Graphic
Design Fundamentals

This course provides a basic understanding
of the graphic design process. Topics include analyzing the design
elements and principles, exploring industry tools, software and
equipment and learning composition techniques to develop a quality
product.

CREDIT:
0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
10-12
PREREQUISITE: 10004 – Computer Applications

30105   Photo
Imaging

This course teaches the technical skills needed to
produce quality images for use in a variety of applications. Topics
include use of equipment, software and techniques to take, edit and
manipulate digital images.
CREDIT: 0.5   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
10-12
PREREQUISITE: 10004 – Computer Applications

05162   Graphic
Design

This course emphasizes design elements and principles
in the purposeful arrangement of images and text to communicate a
message. They focus on creating art products such as advertisements,
product designs, and identity symbols. Graphic Design courses may
investigate the computer’s influence on and role in creating
contemporary designs and provide a cultural and historical study of
master design works of different periods and styles. [Graphic Design
class will complete the yearbook project.]

CREDIT: 1   TYPE:
Regular   GRADE: 11-12
PREREQUISITE:
Computer Applications, Graphic Design Fundamentals, Photo Imaging.


10248   Media Technology-Workplace Experience
This
course provides students with work experience in fields related to
media technology. Goals are typically set cooperatively by the
student, teacher, and employer (although students are not necessarily
paid). These courses may include classroom activities as well,
involving further study of the field or discussion regarding
experiences that students encounter in the workplace.

CREDIT: 1   TYPE: Regular   GRADE:
11-12
PREREQUISITE: Computer Applications or consent of
instructor.


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