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    Foods II Syllabus

    Ralf Lang, Instructor

    Career and Technical Education

    rlang@currituck.k12.nc.us  252 453-0014 ext 3063

    Classroom:C 25 – Lab C 24

     

    Course Description: Foods 2 examines Safety and Sanitation in a commercial food service environment exploring Servsafe  material, codes and guidelines. Emphasis is placed on entrepreneurship in the 21st century with a student led live project  as well as food product selection, preparation and adaptation.

     

    Objectives:  Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

     

    1)      Understand safety and sanitation guidelines in a commercial food service establishment (Servsafe)

     

    2)      Work safely with proper sanitation practices

     

    3)      Express creativity through a student led live entrepreneurship project.

     

    4)   Select, prepare and adapt food products.

     

    5)      Earn proficiency level on the state prepared final exam (IMS) 20 % of final grade

     

     

     

    Prerequisite:  Foods 1     Grade Level:  10-12 suggested

     Student Notebook: Students should to keep a notebook throughout the semester. Students may bring a 3 ring 1-2 inch binder and loose leaf paper to use for notes, class handouts, quizzes and projects. Student notebooks will be checked and graded at least 3 times during the semester and it is important to keep them neatly organized.

     Classwork:  Complete any unfinished daily class work.  Study for quizzes and tests.

     Make Up Work:  It is the student’s responsibility to initiate make-up work upon return to class.  Work will be given for excused absences documented by the office. POWERTIME will be scheduled when necessary to provide time to complete assignments, projects, tests or quizzes.

     Attendance Policy:  Please refer to student handbook.

     

    Student Conduct/ Classroom Expectations

     

    1)      All school rules apply; please refer to the school handbook

     

    2)      Be respectful of yourself, the Instructor, other students and anything that does not belong to you.

     

    3)      Be prepared – be in your seat, and ready to begin class when the bell rings.

     

    4)      Appropriate behavior is expected at all times.

     

    5)      Lab areas will be checked for neatness and cleanliness prior to dismissal. Failure to keep your area clean may result in the loss of lab privileges.  You will be asked to help clean the demonstration or measurement areas; to fold towels; or to sweep the floor.  

     

    6)      SAFETY IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE AT ALL TIMES IN THE CLASSROOM AND LABORATORY.  DO NOT OPERATE OR TOUCH ANY EQUIPMENT WITHOUT PERMISSION.

     

     Consequences for classroom violations:                  

     

    Ø      1st Offense:  Verbal warning/conference with teacher                                 

     

    Ø      2nd Offense:  Phone call home to parent/guardian

     

    Ø      3rd Offense:  Office referral

     Consequences for lab violations:

     

          Ø     NO WARNINGS , IMMEDIATE TERMINATION

     

    Classroom Grading Policy                           School Grading Scale

     

    Classwork/Labs                       30%                 A         Superior 100-90

    Projects                                   30%                 B         Good        80-89

    Tests                                       25%                  C         Average    70-79

    Quizzes                                   15%                 D         Poor          60-69

                                                                            F          Failing       50-59                     

     

                                     

     

                                       

     

     

     

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    Statement of Acknowledgement

     

     

     

    I have reviewed the information included on this syllabus and agree to the terms described including the classroom expectations and the grading scale.

     

     

     

     

     

     Student signature_________________________________Date_____________________ 

     

         

     

    Parent/guardian signature__________________________Date_____________________

     

     

     

    Home phone________________________        (Parent)Cell ______________________

     

     

     

    **Parents’ email address(es):_____________________________________________

     

     

     

     

     

Last Modified on August 27, 2018