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    Technology Applications I (Periods 1, 2, 3)
    Technology Applications 1 provides students the opportunity to learn introductory applications in word processing and spreadsheets using the Microsoft Office Suite. As computers become more critical in today’s world, this course provides the beginning experiences used for high school through career applications
     
    Technology Applications II and III provides students the opportunity to learn advanced applications in word processing, and spreadsheets using the Microsoft Office Suite. As computers become more critical in today’s world, these course provide the advanced experiences used for high school through career applications.
     
    AP Computer Science A (Period 3)
    AP to Computer Science A is a year-long course which concentrates on using the computer as a problem-solving tool. This course uses the JAVA language, and looks at the basic structures of computer science. Students design and produce software to solve business and real-world problems. Special attention is given to structure, data integrity and analysis, and logical problem solving skills. 
     
    Technology Applications II and III provides students the opportunity to learn advanced applications in word processing, and spreadsheets using the Microsoft Office Suite. As computers become more critical in today’s world, these course provide the advanced experiences used for high school through career applications.
     
    Geometry (Period 5) 
    Geometry includes an in-depth analysis ofplane,solid, and coordinate geometry as they relate to both abstract mathematical concepts and real-world problemsituations. Topics include inductive and deductive logic and proof, parallel lines, polygons, perimeter and areaanalysis, volume and surface area analysis, similarity and congruence, and geometric probability. Emphasis will be placed on developingcritical thinking skills astheyrelate to logical reasoning andargument.
     
    Desktop Publishing 1 and 2 are introductory courses for the newest and most commonly used desktop publishing features. Students will use desktop techniques to create and enhance letters, letterheads, logos, memos, reports, forms, resumes, invitations, announcements, flyers, news releases, advertisements, agendas, conference programs, brochures, menus, and newsletters. Students will develop skills through skillbuilding exercises. This course can be repeated as Desktop Publishing 2.
Last Modified on August 14, 2019