Spring Is In the Air

Submitted by Ms. Caise

The agriculture department is rounding out the school year with lots of exciting things.

Agriculture 1 students just finished making casserole dish holders for their moms and grandmothers for Mother’s Day.  They also started a new … Read more

FCS Classroom Happenings

Submitted by Ms. Sigler

The Introduction to Family and Consumer Sciences classes have just finished sewing their recycled t-shirt bags.  The students are pretty proud of their projects.  In the foods classes we are currently learning about grilling and safety.  … Read more

Dream Analysis

Submitted by Mr. Rhodes

AP Psychology classes recently learned about the characteristics of a variety of Abnormal Behaviors, such as Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Schizophrenia, Eating Disorder, Dissociative Identify Disorer (“multiple personalities”), and Antisocial Personality Disorder.  Currently, we are discussing the treatment … Read more

Submitted by Mr. Young

Young Probability

Precalculus – The students have been covering probability rules with an emphasis in finding the expected value of a game. For the last assignment, students were asked to create a game which was deemed to be … Read more

Submitted by Ms. Askew

Math

Honors Algebra II students finished third quarter discovering complex numbers. We are moving onto arithmetic and geometric sequences and series, and will end the year with a unit on statistics. Students will participate in a wide Read more