Expectations

Family and Consumer Sciences

Room: 109

Need to contact me?

Email: cmalloy@sd925.org

@ If you need to speak to me outside of class, please feel free to let me know, my door is always open!

@ If you have questions about your grade, PRINT your grade report and make an appointment to talk to me.

@ Please do not hesitate to get in touch with me. I am here to help you!

Class Objectives:

All grades will develop proficiency in independent problem solving and decision making as well as:

6th Grade: Organization Time Management Health and Nutrition Hygiene Kitchen Basics

7th Grade: Food Borne Illness Heritage of Food Cutlery Table setting and Manners

8th Grade: Hand and Machine Sewing Textiles and Fibers Budget/Finance Careers Cooking

Class Requirements - I do NOT allow gum or candy in my class as I have expense equipment.

@ It is expected that you will be in attendance and on time to class each day when the BELL RINGS! (This means IN your seat when the bell rings)

@ Warm-up questions are to be completed immediately as class starts

@ Students are expected to be working on their projects in class at all times

@ Proper behavior is expected at all times during including lab and while using equipment

@ Follow safety and care rules when using all equipment and tools

Grading

@ Classroom participation and good behavior are critical to your success in this class. You will receive daily lab points for being on task, following rules and cleaning your lab space. If you have to be reminded to be on task and put away supplies on a daily basis, then you will forfeit your daily points.

@ You will be assessed on projects, class work and quizzes/tests

@ Each assignment will have points possible and points earned

Personal Procedures

@ All hair MUST be tied back during ALL cooking labs

@ NO jewelry can be worn during cooking labs or while using sewing machines (stud earrings and a plain ring is OK)

Class Safety and Sanitation

@ Stay within your lab area or at your sewing machine at all times

@ NO running at any time.

@ If you burn or stick yourself; tell the teacher immediately!

Course Supplies - ALL CLASSES

ALWAYS HAVE A PEN/PENCIL

@ Composition Notebook

o Loose-leaf notebook paper

o Note-cards on a ring (if not on a ring, that is OK)

o Folder for this class only

o 8th Grade ONLY: Sewing project materials: 1 1/2 yards any fabric, 2 5/8 yards plain fabric (cotton or knit jersey, NO patterns), thread to match fabric, white t-shirt for Tie-Die, $2.00 for pattern (Ms. Malloy will purchase the pattern)

*If you need help getting fabric do not hesitate to reach out to me. I am happy to help.

Message to students:

Be careful when using equipment!

Take your time and watch what you’re doing!

Ask for help when needed!

Let’s have a FABULOUS year!!!