• Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Education empowers individuals to manage the challenges of living and working in a diverse global society. Students develop human literacy as they master a complex set of essential skills and knowledge needed to achieve quality of life. They gain career preparedness as they acquire readiness to participate in a rapidly changing workforce and global economy.

    Family and Consumer Sciences students prepare for family life, work life, and careers in eight core areas:

    • Consumer Education and Resource Management
    • Early Childhood Education and Services
    • Family and Interpersonal Relationships
    • Food Production and Services
    • Foods, Nutrition and Wellness
    • Housing, Interiors and Design
    • Parenting Education and Human Development
    • Textiles, Apparel and Fashion

    See an advisor to join FCCLA.  FCCLA provides leadership opportunities both inside and beyond the classroom. Students develop self-confidence, participate in peer education, tackle current issues, and learn to manage resources and achieve goals.

    FACS courses offered:

    • Foods & Nutrition I
    • Foods & Nutrition II
    • Principles of Family & Human Services
    • Child Development
    • Honors Early Childhood Education I 
    • Honors Early Childhood Education II 
  • Mrs. Karen Tyler

    Bachelors of Science

    FCCLA Advisor 

  • Ms. Kim Davis

     

    FCCLA Advisor 

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