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    Home Economics

    Fabric Arts
    Mrs. Shreve

    Students are introduced to the necessary basic skills to construct clothes and handicrafts. Design and handicraft projects may include crocheting, embroidering, knitting, quilting, fabric painting, macramé, and fashion design. Students will use the sewing machine, make color sections and become familiar with fabric care specifics.

    Foods and Nutrition
    Ms. Earle

    In this course, students will learn the skills necessary to plan, prepare, and serve well-balanced meals. Lessons focus on safety, sanitation, and nutrition which help 
    ensure students lead healthy lifestyles. Time and budget management are also emphasized. Food preparation begins with easy, simple dishes and leads to the preparation of more sophisticated, complete meals.

    Watch students make Ratatouille Wraps: