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This course is designed to provide students with a variety of agricultural skills necessary for success in agriculture, sports turf, and horticulture industries. Specific subjects covered including safety, project design, shop equipment, welding, project construction, equipment operations, equipment repair, and equipment maintenance, turf maintenance and landscape maintenance. Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. All students are required to conduct and keep records on an occupational experience program (SAE) and are strongly encouraged to be active in the Peoria FFA Chapter.
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Welding is an Industrial Technology course 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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This course provides a hands-on laboratory environment for students to learn proper laboratory techniques to employ in the fields of chemistry, biology, and biotechnology. skills necessary for those students continuing their education in a scientific field or occupation. Skills taught include: chemical properties and origins, solution calculations and formulation, pH sterilization, sterile technique, tissue culture, and DNA extraction, characterization, and manipulation. Each student will conduct an independent experimental research project. Career & Technical Student Organization (CTSO) standards will be an integral part of this class. 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.*Meets PUSD Graduation Science Course Requirements*Meets Arizona Board of Regents Science Course requirements*Meets NCAA Requirements for Science Course
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"Game Design & Development" is an introduction to game design, game development and game theory. Students will use an appropriate gaming platform and windows development tools to model real-time simulations, to create computer games and to produce educational software and training software. Game Design & Development builds on fundamental skills and concepts covered in previous courses and provides a foundation for further study.
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Business Foundations is designed to help students learn and apply computer and related technology skills needed to develop and market a business. Students also will learn skills necessary to obtain and maintain a job by researching career interests. In addition, students will learn life skills such as maintaining a checking account, living on their own, and written and verbal communication.
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Learn the skills and concepts currently used in the information technology industry in a programming lab. Topics include computer programming, computer maintenance, networks, and web pages. Students increase problem-solving skills while developing computer programs using a variety of languages. This course will consist of a wide range of projects beginning with basic computer science skills and culminating with student-designed interactive projects/games.
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