#TheWebberWay

Street Address: 4201 Seneca St | Fort Collins, CO 80526

Main: 970-488-7800

Attendance: 970-490-3089

Main Fax/Counseling Fax: 970-488-7811/7818

#TheWebberWay

Street Address: 4201 Seneca St | Fort Collins, CO 80526

Main: 970-488-7800

Attendance: 970-490-3089

Main Fax/Counseling Fax: 970-488-7811/7818

Family & Consumer Sciences

Family and Consumer Sciences (6th Grade):

In this hands-on course, students will learn about relationships, babysitting/care giving, sewing/clothing, foods and nutrition, consumerism, and career exploration. This course includes activities that will help students in everyday living and improve their practical application of math and reading skills.

Sew Creative (7th & 8th Grade):

This elective allows students to learn how the design process works through sewing/textile construction and design activities. They will experiment with fiber types and understand their uses. They will apply knowledge of the elements of art and principles of design and apply these attributes to their projects. Students will pursue individual interests in fabric construction using different textiles, fibers and technology. This course includes career exploration in the design and visual arts industry.

Creative Foods and Service (7th & 8th Grade):

This hands on course will develop skills in nutrition and wellness as well as food preparation. Areas of study will include: food safety and sanitation, kitchen safety, food production, nutrition and wellness, meal planning and practical application with food labs. This course will also include career exploration in the food and hospitality industry.

International Foods (8th Grade):

This class will study culture, geography and agricultural influences of food. We will study various countries and plan and prepare foods for the classroom from these cultures. The study of influences of our food choices will include: family and culture, religious beliefs, festivals and celebrations, and traditions.

Teen Living (8th Grade):

Explore and develop skills in foods, nutrition, child development/care giving, personal development, clothing care, consumerism, and service learning. This hands on course gives students a chance to practice what they learn by designing projects related to each topic and is relevant to the issues teens are currently dealing with in their own lives.

Health 7:

A semester course which covers an overview of the human body, disease, personal wellness, family and peer relationships, bully proofing, drug use and abuse, and growth and development of the adolescent.