Family & Consumer Science

Be prepared for anything life throws your way with these Delaware Area Career Center electives offered at Big Walnut High School.
 
Locally Grown
 
  • Learn about kitchen equipment and organization.
  • Discover new places to purchase groceries.
  • Find healthy ways to prepare your favorite foods.
  • Experiment with canning, dehydration, fermentation, and other cooking methods.
  • Grades 10-12
  • 1 semester
  • ½ credit
  • $55.00
 
Global Cuisine
 
  • Discover the foods of Mexico, Italy, East Asia, France, Germany, Greece, and areas where seafood is plentiful.
  • Plan, purchase, and prepare healthy foods that you’ll be excited to try again at home.
  • Learn how sanitation, equipment, government laws, and agencies impact what you eat.
  • Find out how tasty and interesting healthy eating can be in different cuisines.
  • Grades 10-12
  • 1 semester
  • ½ credit
  • $55.00
 
Tomorrow’s Life Planning
 
  • Prepare for life after high school.
  • Research careers and educational options.
  • Learn about personal finance, insurance, and being a responsible consumer.
  • Bring the world outside of BWHS into the classroom and be better prepared to make informed decisions.
  • Grades 10-12
  • 1 semester
  • ½ credit
  • $25.00
 
Child Development
 
  • Explore the impact a child has on a parent’s life.
  • Research childbirth and postpartum care.
  • Learn about a variety of family structures, including the impacts of siblings, divorce, and a family death.
  • Explore the world of education and how it is structured to assist children and families.
  • Grades 10-12
  • 1 semester
  • ½ credit
  • $25.00
 
Sign up for these courses through your guidance counselor and then come to class with a mindset that is curious and ready to learn about how the world really works.
 
Instructor:
Mrs. Betty Kimball
(740) 965.3766 x1002
555 Old 3C Highway | Sunbury, OH 43074