This class offers students the opportunity to learn creative skills dealing with children's literature, discipline, play, nutrition, and other child-related topics. Students will plan and operate a play school for preschoolers in the high school classroom. During the second nine weeks, students will spend their 2-hour class period in a community placement working with children and job shadowing a possible career choice. This experience would be appropriate for anyone interested in the teaching, counseling, special education, and childcare professions.
For grades 10, 11, and 12
It is recommended that Child Development be taken prior to Child Related Careers.
Transportation to training site is the responsibility of the student with parental approval required.