Ms. Fisher-

    Digital Informations Technology

    Information Communication Technology 3

    Coding Fundamntals


    Mr. Deandre Jackson- 

    Information Communication Technology 3

    Coding Fundamntals


    Mrs. Campbell-




    Mr. Clancy-

    Music Theory


    Mrs. Franco-

    Intermediate Spanish/ Spanish I-

    Course Description-The purpose of this course is to enable students to begin to acquire proficiency in Spanish through a linguistic, communicative, and cultural approach to language learning. Emphasis is placed on the development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills on acquisition of the fundamentals of applied grammar. Cross-cultural understanding is fostered and real-life applications are emphasized throughout the course.


    Ms.Barber and Mr. Walker

    Challenger Space Elective

    Course description

    Inspire Students in S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering, and math) Professions:

    Our classes and missions at CLC inspire students in S.T.E.M. degreed professions. CLC missions and classes foster cooperative learning, teamwork, communication skills, reading and writing, science and math.


    Course Foci:

    1. Train students in the simulator so they can help during DCPS sixth grade missions.

    2. Expand their knowledge of missions by understanding the software and science behind Mission Control and the U.S.S. Seahawk space station.

    3. Empower students with creative thinking and problem solving skills when given engineering challenges. Students will design, build, test, redesign and retest their in-class projects.

    4. Foster collaborative learning and teamwork.

    5. Possibly work the creation of a new CLC mission using PowerPoint as our basis.

    6. We may engage in N.A.S.A. student project as they are announced or as time allows.

    7. We will write in our journals and engage in discussions about space exploration.

    8. TBA: Other projects as time allows.

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