|Name & Email||Conference||Website||Phone|
|Ashley Anderson||none||Web Site||832-484-4993|
|Missy Landry||5th Period||Web Site||832-484-4876|
|Jill Reed||7th Period||Web Site||832-484-4977|
|Allanda Nichols||2nd Period||Web Site||832-484-4978|
|Debbie Russell||7th Period||Web Site||832-484-4975|
Family & Consumer Sciences
Advanced Fashion Design
This technical laboratory course is designed to address the textiles and apparel industries, textile design and production, apparel design practices, influences and career preparation. Instruction includes knowledge and skills of the mass production and haute couture of the worldwide design industry, fiber testing, fabrics and finishes, textile and apparel manufacturing systems, product marketing techniques, computer-aided design, federal regulations, career options, fashion illustration, and portfolio design. Design procedures and management of multiple family, community, and career roles are emphasized. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials and/or assessed a fee associated with this course. Advanced Technical Credit is available through community colleges in Texas.
This technical laboratory course focuses on apparel from the perspectives of personal decision making relating to the apparel industry and career preparation. Topics include apparel repair and alterations, managing the apparel dollar and the history of fashion. The production of fibers and fabrics, apparel care, garment construction and maintenance are also covered in this course. Quality apparel construction is addressed as it relates to consumer decision making and career preparation for the apparel industry. Other content addresses career options and management practices for assuming multiple family, community, and wage-earner roles. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials and/or assessed a fee associated with this course. Advanced Technical Credit is available through community colleges in Texas.
This is a project driven course that focuses on interior environments. Students will discover ways to enhance spaces using knowledge based on the psychological, physiological and sociological needs of people. Students will be able to create a scale drawing of spaces as well as understand the basic construction of homes and furniture. This course will also create an awareness of the following topics; principles and elements of design, consumer decision making, safety, as well as care and maintenance of interiors. Students will be responsible for purchasing materials or assessed a fee associated with this course.
This course is recommended for students in Grades 9-12.
This laboratory course will enable students to investigate careers in the human services career cluster, including counseling and mental health, early childhood development, family and community, and personal care services. Each student is expected to complete the knowledge and skills essential for success in high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand human services careers.
Students are encouraged to participate in extended learning experiences such as career and technical student organizations and other leadership or extracurricular organizations.