There are three levels of Foods High School Students can enroll in. Each is a 5 credit course.
Foods 10- Includes projects and written theory, labs, food safety and sanitation and the basics of food principles . Students study Vegetbales and Fruits, Contemporary Baking, Basic Meat Cookery, and Milk Products and Eggs.
Foods 20- Includes Soups and Sauces, Fish and Poultry, Creative Cold Foods, International Foods, and Grains, Legumes, and nuts and Seeds.
Foods 30- Includes Nutrition and Digestion, Creative Baking, Advanced Meat Cookery, Advanced Soups and Sauces and Entertaining with Food.
Junior high students enrolled in Foods learn the basic principles of cooking.
In Woods, students are given the opportunity to express themselves creatively in a safe environment. Students are taught safe practices and are able to put their knowledge to work on a variety of projects ranging from miniature rocking chair building in Junior High to building construction in Senior High.
The Junior High Construction program is offered to students in Grades 8 and 9. In Junior High, students are exposed to several pieces of equipment including the band saw, wood lathe, sanding equipment and a variety of hand tools. The students create several projects including a miniature rocking chair, band saw box and various projects on the wood lathe. Students gain a great deal of confidence and pride in their projects and learn valuable safety techniques which aid them in Senior High.
Senior High Construction is a module based program. Each module is worth one credit. Senior High students begin with CON 1010 which gives them a knowledge of several different hand tools and culminates in an Adirondack Chair project. When completed, the students are able to move on to a wide range of different modules varying from Solid Stock Construction, Building Construction, Project Planning, Turning Operations and many other choices. Once the 1010 level pre-requisite modules are completed, more advanced modules are offered varying from Box Construction to Furniture Repair. Students who are motivated and enjoy using their creativity experience a great deal of success and reward through the various projects they create.
In Construction, students are given the opportunity to express themselves creatively in a safe environment. Students are taught safe practices and are able to put their knowledge to work on a variety of projects ranging from miniature rocking chair building in Junior High to building construction in Senior High.
Cosmetology is the study of the beautification of hair, skin, and nails. Our high school Cosmo class is module based. Students have the opportunity to earn up to 7 credits a term by finishing 7 modules. Modules are made up of theory and hands on work. We have recently opened up to the public. Cosmo 10/20/30 students have the opportunity to work on community members as well as fellow class and school mates. Cosmetology is a registered apprenticeship program. Students who successfully complete modules can earn credit towards a post-secondary education in hair.
Hair modules: Students have the opportunity to learn the basics of hair and scalp care, basic and advanced hairstyling, hair colouring, hair cutting and chemical texturizing.
Nail Modules: Students have the opportunity to learn the structure of the nail. They then learn basic manicuring and can even learn basic pedicuring. Students may advance to nail art and using gel polish, paraffin and hand masks with their work.
Skin modules: Students have the opportunity to learn about the structure of skin and common problems and disorders. They preform basic facials. Students can go onto learn about Make-up application.
If you would like more information on the SSS Cosmo program or you would like to book an appointment with one of our students please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Temple at 780-568-3642 or by e-mail email@example.com.