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Welding is a non-vocational Industrial Technology course designed to teach basic skills in arc welding, oxy-acetylene Welding is designed to teach basic skills in arc welding, oxy-acetylene cutting torch, and MIG welding. It also involves the use of a band saw, sheet metal shear, drill press, grinders, pipe benders, sheet metal brake, small shop hand tools, oxy-acetylene, pipe and tubing, and soldering. The course culminates with project construction. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. This course may only be repeated for credit with instructor's approval. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option. Successful completion of the program may qualify students to receive the Mastery of Subject Area Graduation Endorsement. Students are encouraged to work with their program teachers to determine eligibility.
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Following the introduction of foods and nutrition covered in Intro to Culinary, this course focuses on operational procedures and necessary skills used in the food service industry.
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Child Development is a course study that introduces and reinforces the sequence of physical, language, thought and emotional changes that occur in a child from birth to eight years of age. During this process a child progresses from dependency on their parents/guardians to increasing independence. Child development is strongly influenced by genetic factors (genes passed on from their parents) and events during prenatal life. It is also influenced by environmental facts and the child’s learning capacity.
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This is the introductory course to computer science with a strong emphasis on problem solving and logic.
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Welding is a non-vocational Industrial Technology course designed to teach basic skills in arc welding, oxy-acetylene cWelding is designed to teach basic skills in arc welding, oxy-acetylene cutting torch, and MIG welding. It also involves the use of a band saw, sheet metal shear, drill press, grinders, pipe benders, sheet metal brake, small shop hand tools, oxy-acetylene, pipe and tubing, and soldering. The course culminates with project construction. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. This course may only be repeated for credit with instructor's approval. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College system for this program at high schools offering this option. Successful completion of the program may qualify students to receive the Mastery of Subject Area Graduation Endorsement. Students are encouraged to work with their program teachers to determine eligibility.
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