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Mrs. Volpe has been teaching at EHTHS since 2009. A graduate of Marywood College (now Marywood University), she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Family and Consumer Sciences. She continued her education at California State University and was awarded a Masters of Science degree in Health Care Administration. Mrs. Volpe also has management experience in the food service industry. Mrs. Volpe is Chapter Adviser for FCCLA and the Key Club Assistant Adviser.
Culinary Arts I, II, III
Students will study basic recipes, knife skills, food safety and sanitation, and working as a part of a team. Cooking labs alternate with weekly class work about food and nutrition. Level II builds upon these skills and includes international cuisines and challenging new recipes. Level III explores a more in-depth cooking experience and focuses on leadership participation in FCCLA.
Grading: 60% Assessments, 30% Assignments, 10% Quarterly exam.
All students are expected to show respect for one another, the teacher, student projects, classroom materials and equipment.
Please visit the Parent Portal for more information about individual assignments and grades.
If you have any questions, the best way to contact Mrs Volpe is via email: email@example.com
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a national Career and Technical Student Organization that provides personal growth, leadership development, and career preparation opportunities for students in Family and Consumer Sciences education. It’s a career and technical student lead organization that helps young men and women become strong leaders, and takes Family and Consumer Science beyond the classroom. Membership in FCCLA is open to all students in Family and Consumer Science classes.
FCCLA Chapter Advisers:
ALL I EVER NEEDED TO KNOW ABOUT LIFE
I LEARNED IN FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES
Most of what I really need to know about life
I learned in Family and Consumer Sciences
Choose foods from the food pyramid.
Avoid fats and sweets.
Keep food safe.
Budget your money wisely.
Learn to balance work with family.
Learn to get along with others…
Learn to like yourself!
Think of what a better world it would be
if we were all equipped with life skills
taught in Family and Consumer Sciences…
If we all had strong families…
Had balanced budgets…
Could resolve conflict without violence.
It’s still true, no matter how old you are…
Whether you are male or female…
What career you’ve chosen…
It’s still best to go out into the world
equipped with basic life skills.