Apparel Production 1

Prerequisite – None
6390 – 1/2 Unit

Apparel Production 1 introduces students to the apparel and textile industry in the areas of design, textiles and apparel engineering. Students will be able to demonstrate foundational knowledge and skills of equipment and procedures used in fashion and apparel. Emphasis will be placed on students applying these design and engineering skills to create and produce products. Students will continue their exploration of careers in the areas of fashion, apparel, and textile.

Apparel Production 2

Prerequisite – Apparel Production 1
6391 – 1/2 Unit

Apparel Production 2 expands on students’ learning from Apparel Production I. Students will analyze the global nature of the fashion and apparel industry and will be able to demonstrate technical knowledge and skills of equipment and procedures used in fashion and apparel. Students’ career readiness in the areas of fashion, apparel, and textiles will be enhanced.

Essentials of Interior and Design

Prerequisite – None
6383 – 1/2 Unit

This course introduces students to the world of interior and fashion design, familiarizing them to the background and knowledge needed to develop a career in this field. Students will learn and apply how color, composition, and texture can effect great aesthetics. This course is required to be a Career Pathway completer.

Child Development and Human Growth

Prerequisite – None
6491 – 1/2 Unit

Students are introduced to child development theory. Concepts covered include parenting, guidance, prenatal/postnatal care, as well as physical, emotional, social and intellectual growth, and development from infancy to adolescence. Course content will reinforce student skills in communication, resource management, and problem solving.

Commercial Baking 1: Sem 1

Prerequisite – Focus on Foods
6408 – 1 units (2-hour block) (CAA)

This course is designed to introduce students to all facets of bread production, sweet dough, lean dough, and quick breads. Emphasis will be in scaling ingredients, kitchen math, and formula expansion. “6” Professional Learning Experiences are required for this class per semester. These will include opportunities at The Overland Park Farmers’ Market and special events both inside and outside of the school day. Students will use industrial equipment and will apply sanitation procedures to food production. Course cost is $25.00 per semester for consumables. District transportation is provided to the Center for Academic Achievement during normal class hours. Transportation for Professional Learning Experience outside the class day is not provided. Credit may be applied toward the minimum fine arts graduation requirement.

Commercial Baking 1: Sem 2

Prerequisite – Commercial Baking 1: S1 or Culinary Arts 1:S1
6408 – 1 unit (2 hour, 1 semester) (CAA)

This course is designed to introduce students to basic bakeshop production principles in cakes, cookies, pies, and specialty baked goods. Continual emphasis in learning segments will be in scaling ingredients, kitchen math, and formula expansion. “6” Professional Learning Experiences are required for this class per semester. These will include opportunities at The Overland Park Farmers’ Market and special events both inside and outside of the school day. Students will use industrial equipment and will apply sanitation procedures to food production. Course cost is $25.00 per semester for consumables. District transportation is provided to the Center for Academic Achievement during normal class hours. Transportation for Professional Learning Experience outside the class day is not provided. Credit may be applied toward the minimum fine arts graduation requirement.