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NEW COURSES (PENDING APPROVAL)

advanced culinary Arts (TBD) for gRades 10-12

Pre-Requisite: Culinary Arts or Home Ec **Advanced Culinary Arts & Hospitality is replacing FEAST 1 and is a 1 hour course.**

This course is for students who have completed Culinary Arts and Hospitality or Home Economics and are interested completing the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Pathway. This course builds upon skills acquired in Culinary Arts and Hospitality and or Home Economics, responsibilities, and skills needed to continue in the pathway. Students continue practicing hospitality and culinary arts through academic and hands on experience opportunities. This is an advanced level course, designed to continue the learning for students in nutrition value, food and restaurant cost analysist, cooking labs, and teamwork skills. The course will also have an emphasis on reading recipes, measuring accuracy, and food preparation. Basic food science, kitchen safety and sanitation, and proper use of kitchen equipment will be covered as well. There is also a broad range of curriculum-based learning that coincides with the classroom activities and experiences. Practical experience in cooking, baking, and related restaurant functions are also key focuses in this course. Students completing this program will have opportunities for Food Handler’s certification and CPR and First Aid certification.

floralculture advanced (tbd) for grades 11-12

Pre-Requisite: The Art and History of Floral Design

This course will train students in: Floral Design, Marketing, Display, Preparation, Sales, Employability Skills, Floral Identification, Cut Flower Production, Floral Career Opportunities Program projects will be marketed on campus and in the community. Students will learn leadership and record keeping through FFA and SAE projects.

intro to fire services (tbd) for grades 9-12

Pre-Requisite: Intro to Fire Service 

Introduction to Fire Service will offer a basic overview covering knowledge and skills required for positions in the fire services, emergency medical services, wildland services, and emergency management. The class provides students with decision-making information about careers in Emergency Response careers or to pursue advanced skill training in Emergency Services. Course content includes classroom instruction, hands-on training and community experience. This content is designed to provide students with an understanding of the variety of agencies, employment opportunities, and necessary skill requirements in the many career within Emergency Services. Information included will be in the field of fire and emergency operations, disaster response, emergency management, the latest industry principles, theory, and best practices. Students learn tactical operations, safety, leadership, community outreach, and response techniques.

 

 

Vision Statement 

Tracy High School students will graduate as lifelong learners with an increased sense of self, an expanded worldview, and the ability to effectively communicate in our ever changing society. Our students will enthusiastically begin the next phase of their college or career journey that will allow them to utilize their talents, develop new skills, and take on challenges with curiosity and confidence. 

Mission Statement 

The mission of the Tracy High School counseling program is to empower all students to realize their highest potential, engage in daily active learning, explore traditional and unique college and career options in a safe and respectful environment and reach success in their chosen post-secondary option and beyond. Students will learn to advocate for self and others, be a change-maker on campus to help shape curriculum and programming that will cultivate a school community that provides safe learning spaces, supports physical and mental wellness, promotes unity and acceptance of differences. Counseling curriculum and programming will support the needs of our students and families in ways that are equitable, creative and follow a multi-tiered system that focuses on college, career and social emotional learning accessible by all students.   

tRACY HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELORS

Students are assigned by last name
Counselors are available for drop ins before school, during lunch and after school. You can schedule an appointment with your counselor by clicking their name below. Counselors appointments in august will be on a drop in basis only. scheduled appointments will reSume in september.

audra munoz

A-BAR

AVID/BRIDGE

        amunoz@tusd.net           

ASHLEY HALLEN

BAS-F

ahallen@tusd.net

                               

Trip Manley

g-man

     cmanley@tusd.net    

 

Kamara Clark

Mar-rez

kclark@tusd.net

   

Jonathan Sanny

Ri-Z

jsanny@tusd.net

 

 

 

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