Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Instructor: Mr. Ryan Streets
Intro to Architecture, Construction & Engineering 1707 1 Semester Course Grades 9-12
This course exposes students to opportunities available in construction-related trades, such as carpentry, masonry, air conditioning/ refrigeration, plumbing, etc. Students learn about the processes involved in construction projects and may engage in a variety of small projects. These courses emphasize responsibilities, qualifications, work environment, rewards, and career paths within construction related fields.
Woodworking I 1787 1 Semester Course Grades 9-12
This class will provide an overview in the following areas: shop safety, proper procedures, woodworking tools, and finishing techniques. Safe operational set-up and procedures will be heavily stressed. It is the intent of the course to provide students with a broad background in the area of woodworking and skill development. The finished project is a Shaker Hall Table. Cost of materials used are due at the end of each quarter. The Shaker Hall Table cost is approximately $60. Woodworking II will be offered in 2019-2020.
Mechanical Drafting 1074 1 Semester Course Grades 9-12
The drafting course is designed to give students a general introduction of the principles and practices of drafting or making drawings for industrial use. This includes drawing in the following areas: orthographic, isometric, oblique, one and two point perspective, and surface developments.
Metals I 1017 1 Semester Course Grades 9-12
Course gives students the opportunity to learn both from a lecture and hands-on approach. This course gives students the opportunity to build skills in the areas of shop safety, shield metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), gas tungsten arc (GTAW), plasma cutting processes, sheet metal, metal casting, and machining along with the use of other metal shop machines and hand tools. Metals II will be offered in 2019-2020.
Home Improvement / Construction Technology 1025 1 Semester Course Grades 10-12
This class will provide the learner an opportunity to learn about the residential construction systems. Emphasis will also be placed on studying methods of construction to aid in the knowledge of home repair and new home construction. Students will gain experiences in framing, interior and exterior finishes, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, drywall, and roofing. This course is a must for those students planning to enroll in the Building Trades Course or who plan to enter into a construction related field. Prerequisite: Intro to Ace or Woodworking I
Architecture Drafting 1075 1 Semester Course Grades 11-12
This is a college level course covering residential design, floor plans, basement/foundation plans, sections and details, exterior elevations, electrical and plumbing plans, and climate control. 50% of all work will be on the computer.