Princeton School District

ATTENTION: *The Community Fitness Facility is free to all community members 7th grade and older. All members must sign the participant release of liability to use the Facilities*

The weight room will be back open starting Monday 11/11 with the hours of operation of:


3:30-4:30 Students Only

4:30-6 Community Members

New Course Offerings for Spring 2020

HS Choir - 1st Period

High school choir is designed for students to apply musical skills as they continue to create and experience music as a musical ensemble. Students will understand how a musical composition is structured through listening and analysis. Students will continue to develop an understanding and appreciation of the differences in music from other cultures and the connections music brings to people, places and time. Students are required to participate in concerts for this course and have the opportunity for extra curricular activities such as Solo & Ensemble and Honors Choirs. This course may be taken more than once.

Intro. to Business (MPTC 3 cr)- 2nd Period

Introduces the student to the world of business. Examines the areas of business such as human resources, operations management, financial management and marketing. Gives the students an overview of the types of business ventures available and the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Marketing Principles (MPTC 3 cr)- 3rd Period

Provides an integrated overview of the marketing concept and functions. Major topics include the marketing environment, distribution, pricing, product planning, promotion, market analysis and segmentation, marketing opportunities, and consumer and business-to-business buying behavior.

Web Site Design (MPTC 3 cr) 7th Period

Design, develop and publish a web site using industry standard software with an introduction to the code being produced by the software. Enhance web sites using advanced techniques with web forms, media queries and responsive design.

Computer Literacy (MPTC 1 cr) 8th Period

Develops basic computer skills in Windows, Internet communication, professional use of Social Media, word processing with Microsoft Word, spreadsheets with Microsoft Excel, and presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint. This course is a "hands-on" computer class and cultivates skills for college and work. Students must be comfortable using a computer. Students not familiar with a computer should enroll in Microsoft Windows. Keyboarding skills recommended.

Introduction to Robotics 8th Period

Students will be introduced to the mechanical and electrical components of robotics. The course will include basic coding, robotic applications, and software exploration.


Calendar 19-20.pdf
Educational Options

Link to Princeton School District Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Report