This elective credit course provides the student with a review of the fundamental computational operations. At the same time, students will work with applications of mathematics in everyday life. Topics to be studied include: personal finance, housing, transportation, taxes, insurance, investments, purchasing and budgeting. Calculators will be used extensively.
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(1) Solving Problems And Thinking Skillfully
(2) Communicating Effectively, Applying Technology
(3) Working Responsibly
(4) Planning And Managing A Career
(5) Managing Resources
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This course consists of 18 weeks of class work designed to teach the rules of the road and safe driving techniques. Driver simulators – an educational program for the development of proper perceptual and judgmental proficiencies – are used. Upon completion of the bookwork, a student will be eligible to take the “behind-the-wheel” training.
This course is designed to introduce students to the critical thinking, effective reading, organizational skills, and effective learning techniques necessary for success in college. It will help students to make a successful transition into college life by teaching both academic and personal success skills.
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The purpose of this course is to enable students to develop knowledge and skills in the use of computer applications. The content includes, but not limited to, the following: -Input and output devices -principles, concepts, and processes of computer applications -ethical use of computers -telecommunications concepts and use of the Internet.
High School Core Courses and Elective Programs: