Family and Consumer Sciences Department

Lakewood High School

2017-2018 School Year


OFFICE HOURS: Orange 7:00-7:35AM, 7:40-9:10, 1:40-3:10   Black  7:00-7:35AM, 7:40-9:10

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Child Development and Parenting is a class for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. It is designed to help students understand the complexities of parenting and working with young children while at the same time coming to a better understanding of human development through discussions, assessments, and a variety of activities. We will cover the development of a child from conception through the preschool years. There will be an emphasis on development and research-based strategies to help individuals in working with young children.


CELL PHONE POLICY: Cell phones are NOT TO BE USED at all in the classroom! They should be turned off and not be on the desk, in your lap, hands, VISIBLE, etc. during class.  Students are not allowed to charge phones while in the classroom. Using a cell phone will result in students putting their phones in the Cell Phone Holder for the entire class. If there is a real emergency, parents need to contact the front office to let you know. This is your WARNING.



90-100% A                  89-80% B                    79-70% C                    69-60% D              59-0% F



  • Come to class ON TIME.  
  • Begin the warm-up activity within one minute after the bell.
  • The teacher dismisses you, not the bell!
  • No outside Food or Beverages are allowed in class, only water!
  • Students will show respect to everyone and all equipment in class.
  • Completing assignments: Assignments should be written in black or navy blue ink, pencil or typed.
  • Late work: Almost all work is done in class and due when specified. 20% is deducted the first week late and 40% off after that. All late work is due on the last class day of the month (for example: all late work from September is due September 28th or 29th).
  • In the Handbook: Both the person cheating (which includes copying) and the person allowing it will receive a 0.
  • Students must have their name, date, and block on all assignments.
  • Information on class can be found weekly on my website as well as in Schoology. All assignments, PowerPoints, etc. will be found on Schoology.

MAKE-UP WORK/ABSENCES:  It is THE STUDENT’S responsibility to ask for make-up work the first day they return to class. All work must be made up and turned in the next day of an excused absence. Unexcused absences follow district policy. Late policy above is in effect for all makeup work as well.



Bathroom Passes: Students are issued two (2) bathroom passes for each semester. Any bathroom passes that are saved at the end of each quarter will be worth extra points.

Binders:  It is important for you to keep all of your work and/or notes in some sort of binder. These will aid you when it comes to studying for tests. A spiral notebook will not work.

Warm-Ups: Students will have a daily warm-up at the beginning of each class block. Warm-ups will be turned in at the end of every 5 Warm-Ups.




3 hole notebook paper            

Blue/Black ink pens or pencils




Prenatal Development                                        Stages- Infants, Toddlers, Preschool

Discipline                                                        Physical Development

Special Needs                                                  Intellectual Development

Parenting Styles and Strategies                         Social/Emotional Development

Abuse and Neglect                                           Play and Snacks

Basic First Aid                                                 Careers in Working with Children



Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a student leadership organization affiliated with all Family and Consumer Science courses.                                               

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