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Family and Consumer Science


Welcome Warren Warriors!


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Department Coordinator: Cynthia Lowery  - Fashion Design & Advanced Fashion Design
Carmen Perales - Nutrition & Child Development
Melissa Ciaravino - Practicum in Education and Training, Child Guidance, Child Development, and School Age Parenting
Dawn Hoyack - Culinary Arts I & II
Kimberly Branecky - Principles of Human Services
Haylee Sladek - Interior Design, Interpersonal Studies, Principles of Hospitality and Tourism, and Dollars and Sense
 

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The FCS Department will actively equip our students with the tools necessary to be productive members of society.  With an increase in test anxiety, we will incorporate creative ways to measure each students acquired capabilities each grading period.  We will work as a team to implement our goals, so each student will know that he/she makes a difference.  Once they see how viable they are, the tools we equip them with will aid them in any testing environment as well as what responsibilities they will have as adults in the future.

Department Goal:

The Family and Consumer Science Dept. of Warren H.S. will work as a team collaborating and connecting our subject areas to core curriculum as demonstrated by bell work, hands on activities and projects.

           

        S:  word walls and hands on activities

         M: fashion shows, luncheons, internships

          A: educators will work as a team                 

          R: each student will know their value

          T: students will receive feedback

 

 


 


Club

Project Date
8/22/2013

Upcoming Events

Event Location Date
A107 8/18/2014 4:15 PM

tutoring

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Tutoring Schedule  
Cynthia Lowery by appointment
Carmen Perales by appointment
Melissa Ciaravino by appointment
Dawn Hoyack by appointment
Kim Branecky by appointment
Haylee Sladek by appointment


Grading Policy

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Classwork and Homework 50%

Projects and Exams         50%

Makeup work due to absence will be accepted for three days upon they're return for full credit.
Late work will receive a maximum grade of 70%