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World Literature is a course designed to introduce a variety of cultures and their literature to students. We will
read genres ranging from mythology, folk tales, and legends to non-fiction stories and poetry. The class includes
literature from Asian, Greek, Roman, Arabic, African, and European cultures. This is a good class for students
who enjoy history and want to learn more about the common story patterns that many cultures share.
number of seniors are selected each year to produce the LCHS yearbook, The Bark. Students who are
interested must be highly motivated, self-driven, organized, and hardworking. Computer literacy (such as Adobe
Photoshop) is an advantage but not a requirement.
This course does not meet the English requirement for
FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCE
This class is for the student that wants to learn about nutrition, healthy eating practices, and healthy food
preparation techniques. You will be introduced to equipment needs, food safety, how foods meet our nutritional
needs, & efficient food preparation techniques. Evaluation will be written and performance based.
Child Development is an elective course for high school students in which they will learn how a child develops
before and after birth. This course can help to prepare students planning to enter medical, child care, teaching or
social work careers. Those students not pursuing a career in the above areas can benefit also by learning future
parenting skills. Working with children is a part of this class.
Foods & Nutrition or 21
: 10, 11, 12
This is an advanced foods class designed to expand your knowledge and experience in working with foods.
Students will have the opportunity to work with the modern equipment including commercial
appliances. Importance will be placed on cooking techniques, recipe trends, food preparation skills, gourmet
cooking, meal planning, and meal service.