Career & Technical

Stephany Alhajjaj 
stephany.alhajjaj@lrsd.org

Courses Taught:
Word Processing
Progamming A/B

 

 

Jean Crockett

jean.crockett@lrsd.org
Courses Taught:
Computer Applications 1/2 
Computerized Accouting

 

  

Kathryn Evans

kathryn.evans@lrsd.org
Courses Taught:
JAG
COOP
Data Entry 

 

Brenda Futrell

brenda.futrell@lrsd.org
Courses Taught:
Marketing
COOP
Travel and Tourism 

 

Kim Mayberry

kim.mayberry@lrsd.org
Courses Taught:
Computer Applications 1/2
Wep Design 

Xerlotta Sanders

xerlotta.sanders@lrsd.org
Courses Taught:
OEC
COOP  
 

Debbie Sneed

debbie.sneed@lrsd.org
Courses Taught:
Computer Applications 1/2
Spreadsheets

 

 April Rike

april.rike@lrsd.org
Courses Taught:
Cap Stone
Computer Science AP
Internship 

 

Connie Robinson

Constance.robinson@lrsd.org
Courses Taught:
Computer Buisness Applications
Buisness Law

 

 Alesha Withers 

 

alesha.withers@lrsd.org
Courses Taught:
Desktop Publishing A/B
Multimedia A/B  
   

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Course Descriptions

Business Law
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Tech Prep Foundation

 

Business Law I is a one-semester course designed to acquaint the student with the many applications of law governing our business and personal affairs in today's legal environment and dynamic marketplace. It is a study of the many relationships that exist, defining our rights and responsibilities associated with each, according to generally accepted principles of law. Business Law I covers the history and evolution of our law, its purposes, how laws may be classified, the rights of individuals, and where the law may be found. Topics will include criminal law, civil (tort) law, enforcement procedures and the courts, regulatory law for business firms ,consumer protection, and contract law.

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Computerized Accounting I
Grade Levels: 10,11,12
Prerequisite: Keyboarding

 

Computerized Accounting I is a two-semester course with emphasis on basic accounting principles as they relate to both manual and computerized
financial systems. Instruction is on an integrated basis, using computers and electronic calculators as the relationships and processes of manual and computerized accounting are presented. Entry-level skills in the accounting occupations can be attained.

 

Computerized Accounting II
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Accounting I

 

Course Description: Computerized Accounting II is a two-semester course designed to provide students with the knowledge, understanding, and skill necessary for successful careers in accounting. Partnership as well as departmental, corporate, and cost accounting systems are components of the course. Emphasis is given to the computerized/automated functions in accounting.

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Computer Applications I
Grade Levels: 9,10,11, 12
Prerequisite: Keyboarding

 

Course Description: Computer Applications I is a one-semester course designed to provide students with the fundamental computer skills necessary to do well in high school and in virtually all jobs today. In the area of word processing, students will learn the fundamental skills necessary to create and edit the most widely used documents and use the most commonly used features of a word processor, such as bullets, numbered lists, special characters, borders and shading, fonts, and paragraph and line searching. The fundamentals in use of scanners, graphics and Word Art are applied to documents. Internet searching skills and citing Internet sources are stressed with these applied to a simple PowerPoint presentation. In the area of spreadsheets, students will be expected to create and edit simple spreadsheets using basic formulas and functions, and create a simple graph or chart

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Computer Applications II
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Keyboarding, Computer Applications I 

 

Course Description: Computer Applications II is a half-unit course designed to provide students with the intermediate computer skills necessary to do well in high school and virtually all jobs today. Students will learn techniques that will allow them to create fairly complex word processing and spreadsheet documents. They will continue their Internet research, applying it to spreadsheets, charts and graphs, and web pages.

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Computer Applications III
Grade Levels: 9,10,11,12
Prerequisite: Keyboarding, Computer Applications I, Computer Applications II 

 

Course Description: Computer Applications III is a half-unit course designed to provide students with the computer skills necessary to do well in college and needed in most jobs today. Students will learn techniques that will allow them to create simple to intermediate desktop publishing documents; create, access, and edit databases; use e-mail efficiently and ethically; create advanced electronic presentations; and create Web pages using Web-page design software. They will continue their Internet research, applying it to advanced electronic presentations and the Web pages they create.

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Computerized Business Applications
Grade Levels: 9,10,11, 12
Prerequisite: Keyboarding

 

Course Description: Computerized Business Applications is a two-semester course designed to prepare students with an introduction to business applications that are necessary to live and work in a technological society. Emphasis is given to hardware, concepts, and business uses of applications. The business applications covered are word processing, database, spreadsheet, and telecommunications, presentation, and Web page design.

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Desktop Publishing I
Grade Levels: 10,11, 12
Prerequisite : Word Processing I or CBA or CA I & II

 

Course Description: Desktop Publishing is a one-semester course that combines the versatility of the microcomputer with page-design software, enabling students to produce materials of near photo-typed quality. The course includes page composition, layout, design, editing functions, and a variety of printing options

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Desktop Publishing II
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisite: Desktop Publishing I 

 

Course Description: Desktop Publishing II is a one-semester course designed to study the process of analyzing information and audience in order to choose the appropriate visual signals to communicate the desired message effectively. Applied principles are used to analyze and organize information, set up a design structure, and produce special visual expressions.

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JAG
Grade Levels: 11,12
Prerequisite:  Prerequisite:  Word Processing I & II or CA I, II & III or CBA

 

The JAG Model is the measuring stick that is used to implement and evaluate local programs.  

The primary objectives of a JAG Model program are: 

  • Target the 'right' young people for services. 

  • Keep program participants in school through graduation or completion of a GED. 

  • Extend program services to participants for 12 months after graduation or completion of a GED. 

  • Assist graduates or completers in pursuit of a postsecondary education and/or an entry-level job that leads to a career. 

  • Deliver services to non-graduates and non-completers during the 12-month follow-up period to attain a GED certificate or a high school diploma.

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Marketing
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisite: Tech Prep Foundation Core

 

Course Description: Marketing is a two-semester course designed to provide students with the fundamental concepts, principles, skills, and attitudes common to the field of marketing. Instruction will focus on market types, market analysis, consumer types, planning promotion, buying, pricing, distribution, finance, trends, and careers. Although it is not mandatory, many students can benefit from the on-the-job training component (cooperative education) of this course. The student’s job must relate to his/her career objective.

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Multimedia Applications I
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Keyboarding
WP I or CBA or CA I & II (Optional Prerequisite
Desktop Publishing

 

Course Description: Multimedia Applications I is a one-semester course giving students experience in using multimedia to merge text, graphics, video, and sound. Applied principles are used to analyze and organize information, set up a design structure and produce special visual expressions

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Multimedia Applications II
Grade Levels: 10,11,12
Prerequisite: WP I or CBA or CA I & II, Multimedia I (Optional
Recommended Prerequisite: Desktop Publishing

 

Course Description: Multimedia Applications II is a one-semester course giving students advanced experience in using multimedia to merge text and graphics, as well as in editing and dubbing video and sound. Applied principles are used to analyze and organize information, set up a design structure, and produce special visual expressions.

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Office Education Cooperative
Grade Levels: 11, 12
Prerequisite:  Word Processing I & II or CA I, II & III or CBA

  

Programming I
Grade Levels: 9,10,11,12
Prerequisite: Geometry or Algebra II

 

Course Description: Programming I is a one-semester course in any modern, high-level, structured language. Concepts should be taught in the context of practical applications. An introduction to programming and problem solving. The language used is Visual Basic. No prior programming experience is required. Good programming style is stressed in a Windows environment. Topics included are: documentation of programs, structuring programs, program flow, decision structures, loops, and the more commonly used control objects. The contents of these frameworks are not intended to be taught in this order as independent units. Many of the skills are best introduced in one unit and then spiraled back to in future units with more complexity added. However, by the end of the semester all skills should be taught. This course was written for Visual Basic 2005 or later version. (Visual Basic 2005 Express can be downloaded from the Microsoft site.)

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Programming II
Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11,12
Prerequisite:  Programming I, Geometry Strongly Recommended

 

Course Description: Programming II is a one-semester course that is a continuation of the study of the language taught in Programming I.

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Spreadsheet Applications
Grade Levels: 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Keyboarding

 

Course Description: Spreadsheet Applications is a one-semester course in which students use computer programs to analyze quantitative data. Emphasis is placed on the role and value of spreadsheets, financial reporting, budgeting, planning, and forecasting.

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Web Design I 
Grade Levels: 10,11,12
Prerequisite: Keyboarding

 

Course Description: Web Design I: Design Methodology Technology is the first level of Web Page Design, and it prepares students with work-related skills for advancement into postsecondary education or industry. Course content includes exposure to basic Web design and the dynamics of networking/internetworking, Web hosting and Web design in e-commerce. The course content provides students the opportunity to acquire fundamental skills in both theory and practical application of Web design and of leadership and interpersonal skill development. Laboratory facilities and experiences simulate those found in the Web Page Design and construction industry. Further, this course provides for and directly maps to the Certified Internet Webmaster “Foundations” national certification examination.

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