I can't believe that we are already in November! We have a lot to do this month as the end of our term is getting near. Progress reports will be going out next week. Make sure that you are getting all of your assignments in and keeping up with your classes. Each week I will be including a fin college fact for you and silly jokes. This is to lighten your mood. I know that at times school can feel overwhelming, so it is important to take a break, breathe and smile. Have a great week!!!
Fun College fact:
College graduates with a bachelors degrees make an average income of $53,000, while high school students make an average of $29,000. College graduates with a masters degree tend to make $31,000 more per year than high school graduates.
Silly jokes of the week:
Q: What did one toilet say to the other?
A: You look a bit flushed.
Q: Why did the picture go to jail?
A: Because it was framed.
Q: What did one wall say to the other wall?
A: I'll meet you at the corner.
Hello to you all!!
I know it is that time of the year when many of you are looking for jobs. I placed a resume template in each of your class' home pages and here is an online resume template that will guide you with questions. Please come see me if you have any questions on completing your resume or making job searches. Good luck!!!
:-) Mrs. Daniels
Apparel and Design (Clothing)
Lab Fees for Apparel and Design (Sewing) and Interior Design
Hello students and families!
This year we are changing the way that we charge for lab fees. Each student regardless of their ability to pay will have the materials to create the expected projects for sewing. Woodland Joint School District is covering the expenses. If a student wants to take home an item that they make, they must pay for the item to reimburse the school district for the materials. So, the students have a choice this year. They may pay a flat lab fee of $30.00 for the entire year and take home whatever they make in class or pay by article. It is less expensive for the students to pay the flat lab fee than buying each item that they wish to take home. Please discuss this with your student and let me know your decision as soon as possible.
With warm regards, Mrs. Daniels
Welcome student teachers!
Welcome to Careers with Children! I am excited about all of the wonderful experiences that you will have this year in class and at your placements.