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Business Education Good News

The following Business Education students have earned Microsoft Excel certification: Mackenzie Tharp, Jana Garrett, Luis Lopez

Webster County students are learning financial Literacy Skills

Foundations in Personal Finance

Business Education

Business Education Courses

Dana Baker, Instructor

 

Digital Literacy

Students will use a computer and application software including word processing, presentation, database, spreadsheets, internet, and e-mail to prepare elementary documents and reports. The impact of computers on society and ethical issues are presented.


Financial Literacy

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to manage one's financial resources effectively for lifetime financial security. Topics include economics, money in the economy, budgeting, credit, consumer rights, investments and retirement planning. Leadership development will be provided through FBLA/DECA.

 

Advanced Computer Applications

This course is designed to provide students an advanced level experience with practical applications through hands-on instruction. Course content will include understanding of various hardware, software, operating systems, care/operations, administrative applications, and employability skills. The software includes advanced business applications using word processing, presentation, spreadsheets, database management, desktop publishing, and electronic communication. Leadership development will be provided through FBLA. Upon completion of this course, a student will be ready to take the core level tests for MOS Certification and/or the Administrative Support Skill Standard Assessment.

Suggested Prerequisite: Digital Literacy or Computer Literacy.
 

Business Education Internship

Internship for CTE courses provides supervised work-site experience for high school students who are enrolled in a capstone course associated with their identified career pathway. Internship experiences consist of a combination of classroom instruction and field experiences. A student receiving pay for an intern experience is one who is participating in an experience that lasts a semester or longer and has an established employee-employer relationship. A non-paid internship affects those students who participate on a short-term basis (semester or less). All information referenced to the Work Based Learning Guide.

 

Business Education Co-Op

Cooperative Education for CTE courses provide supervised work-site experience related to the student's identified career pathway. A student must be enrolled in an approved capstone course during the same school year that the co-op experience is completed. Students who participate receive a salary for these experiences, in accordance with local, state and federal minimum wage requirements according to the Work Based Learning Guide.

 

Medical Office

This course is key to the Medical Business Office career pathway and provides foundational skills and techniques used in the 21st Century medical business office profession. Leadership development will be provided through FBLA.


 

FBLA Students Participate in "Hour of Code"

FBLA Hour of Code


FBLA Students Volunteering at Dixon Elementary

March of Dimes Service Project reward

Middle school Business students rewarded for raising the most money for March of Dimes Service Project