Menu Hudson's Bay High School
General
Disciplines
Family and Consumer Sciences
Child Development/Tutoring A 4461
Do you enjoy working with children? In this course, students will have an opportunity to gain an understanding of child development through a combination of classroom curriculum and tutoring experience. Students will understand child development theories in physical, emotional and cognitive growth, as well as health, safety, and nutritional issues. Students will learn to develop positive interpersonal skills by working one-on-one in a tutoring capacity with a young child (some options are child care centers, preschools and elementary schools). Regular attendance and participation in the tutoring sessions is expected. This course is articulated with Clark College ECE 111, so students may earn 3 credits from Clark College upon successful completion of 10 learning modules and a grade of a B or better. A Child Care Basics certificate, a Washington State requirement for professionals working in child care fields, may also be earned upon completion of all modules.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 9-12
Child Development/Tutoring B 4462
Do you enjoy working with children? In this course, students will have an opportunity to gain an understanding of child development through a combination of classroom curriculum and tutoring experience. Students will understand child development theories in physical, emotional and cognitive growth, as well as health, safety, and nutritional issues. Students will learn to develop positive interpersonal skills by working one-on-one in a tutoring capacity with a young child (some options are child care centers, preschools and elementary schools). Regular attendance and participation in the tutoring sessions is expected. This course is articulated with Clark College ECE 111, so students may earn 3 credits from Clark College upon successful completion of 10 learning modules and a grade of a B or better. A Child Care Basics certificate, a Washington State requirement for professionals working in child care fields, may also be earned upon completion of all modules.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 9-12
Family Psychology for Teens 4471
YOU are the most important ingredient in a successful relationship. What role do you play in your family now? What will your future family be like? What do you need and want for a successful and satisfying life? Family Psychology for Teens looks at self-understanding, interpersonal, decision making, communication, preparation for marriage, family finances, parenting, and understanding family issues. Start now to develop the skills such a relationship takes!
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 11-12
Food & Fitness A 4511
Like to eat? Learn to cook! This course combines the activity of a PE class with basic cooking skills and knowledge of nutrition and wellness. The activities and curriculum focus on a healthy lifestyle and personal wellness. Topics include food safety and students will pass the Washington state food handler's test. Students also develop a personalized fitness plan and complete a diet analysis project. Students are expected to participate and dress down for fitness activities.

This course is a 2-for-1 course that meets two graduation requirements, PE and CTE (although students only earn credit in one area).
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 10-12
Food & Fitness B 4512
Like to eat? Learn to cook! This course combines the activity of a PE class with basic cooking skills and knowledge of nutrition and wellness. The activities and curriculum focus on a healthy lifestyle and personal wellness. Topics include food safety and students will pass the Washington state food handler's test. Students also develop a personalized fitness plan and complete a diet analysis project. Students are expected to participate and dress down for fitness activities.

This course is a 2-for-1 course that meets two graduation requirements, PE and CTE (although students only earn credit in one area).
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 10-12
Health Wellness 6251
This course focuses on the importance of good health. Students discuss information based on the physical, social, and emotional aspects of health. Topics include wellness, life skills, personal health, CPR/AED training, effects of chemical involvement and dependency, human sexuality, parenting, personal safety, nutrition, and community health. Information about HIV, STDs, AIDS and its prevention will also be presented. Completion of service learning hours is also required. Note: Students will be excused from sexual health education/HIV/AIDS instruction at parent request.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 9-12