• RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION I: YEAR. ONE PERIOD/TWO CREDITS. 10th grade only (TI1101)
    PREREQUISITE: Algebra I (or enrolled in Algebra I)

    Residential Construction I is designed to prepare students with the skills necessary for entry level employment in the building industry. This class introduces and/or reinforces the following concepts: basic woodworking safety skills, basic math and measurement skills, an introduction to the use and care of hand and power tools in the construction and cabinetmaking industries. Employability skills and habits; basic blueprint reading and cabinet layout procedures; basic box construction, face-frame and drawer construction; and finishing techniques (sanding, staining, and protective coatings) are taught.

    Students are required to have their own clear safety glasses and tape measure. Membership and participation in Skills USA, a student organization, is strongly encouraged. Career Technical college credit is available.

     

    RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION II: YEAR. TWO PERIODS/FOUR CREDITS. (TI1102)
    PREREQUISITE: Construction I

    This course is the second year of a three-year, designed to prepare students with the skills necessary for entry level employment in the building industry. Concepts taught in Construction I are reinforced and instruction in the following area is provided: Wood Building Materials, Fasteners, Adhesives; and Hand and Power Tools used in the construction industry. Footings, foundations, floor systems, wall and roof framing are introduced. On-site construction building experience will be offered as jobs become available. Students are required to provide their personal tools. (Tool list available from Instructor) Membership and participation in SkillsUSA, a student organization, is strongly encouraged. Career Technical college credit is available.

     

    RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION III: YEAR. TWO PERIODS/FOUR CREDITS. (TI1103)
    PREREQUISITE: Residential Construction I and II

    This course is the second year of a three-year, 10-credit Skilled and Technical Sciences training program. Instruction in the areas of wood, building materials, fasteners, and adhesives, hand and power tools, floor systems, wall and ceiling framing, roof framing, windows and exterior doors, and an introduction to interior and exterior finish work. This course is designed to complete the basic skills required in the construction industry. On site construction building experience will be offered as jobs are available. Students must provide their own personal tools. The instructor will provide a list of required tools. Membership and participation in SkillsUSA, a student organization, is strongly encouraged. Career Technical college credit is available.

     

    INTRODUCTION TO CABINETRY : 1st Semester. ONE PERIOD/ONE CREDIT. (TE1922)

    This class is open to all High school students. This introductory class is designed to prepare students with the skills necessary for entry level employment in the cabinet making industry. This class introduces and/or reinforces the following concepts: basic woodworking safety skills, basic math and measurement skills, an introduction to the use and care of hand and power tools in the construction and cabinetmaking industries. There are no class fees unless students want to upgrade their projects to better materials. Students will create small cabinet projects that will teach basic cabinet and furniture making strategies. Membership and participation in SkillsUSA, a student organization, is strongly encouraged. Career Technical college credit is available.

     

    ADVANCED CABINETRY: 2nd Semester, ONE PERIOD/ONE CREDIT. (TE1923)

    This class is open to all High school students. Prerequisite: Introduction to Cabinetry This is an advanced class to woodworking and cabinet making. This class is designed to prepare students with the skills necessary for entry level employment in the cabinet making industry. This class reinforces the following concepts: basic woodworking safety skills, basic math and measurement skills, an introduction to the use and care of hand and power tools in the construction and cabinetmaking industries. Class cost depends on personal project costs of materials. Students will create projects that will teach advanced knowledge of cabinet and furniture making strategies.