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Welcome to Mrs. Culp's 6th & 7th Teen Living & 8th Career Exploration Classes

I am so excited to teach 6th and 7th grade students Teen Living, which is a foundational middle school course in the Education,Training, and Human Services clusters.  The course introduces students to principles of healthy lifestyles and relationships, communication skills, relationship development, technology uses, and career exploration.  Emphasis is on making choices that lead to a balance among physical, mental, and social well-being.
I am also excited to teach 8th grade students Career Exploration. This course will give students opportunities to connect what they are learning to the real world.  Students will receive technical skills, knowledge and training which will help them succeed in future careers and become lifelong learners.  Topics addressed include workplace communication, job searches (career path for high school), and professional behavior analysis.  This includes key soft skills essential for personal, school, and career success.
Stay safe while you are home and practicing social distancing.  Wash your hands frequently.  Remember to thoroughly wet your hands in warm to hot (don't burn yourself) water, get a good squirt of soap/lather up, scrub for 20 to 30 seconds (top of hands, palms, wrists, between finger, and nails (top and under), rinse thoroughly, and dry thoroughly with a clean towel. 
If you have any questions or concerns, you may email me between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM Monday through Friday beginning April 6, and I will respond quickly.  If you email me outside of those times, it will be later that I respond.

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Career Exploration (8th grade)

Future Smart - Empower middle school students to effectively set goals, prepare for careers, and manage their financial future through interactive, real-life scenarios.
Go to Clever in Resources. Click on EVER-FI.  Scroll to FUTURE SMART and begin lesson.  Take your time and read each lesson carefully.  After finishing the lesson, take the quiz.  If you do not score 80% or above, redo both the lesson and quiz.