Health Occupations classes are in 146 B with a skills lab in 146A.
See course syllabus, pacing guide and project guidelines.
Students are doing Thinking Maps, 1 per week on Fridays.
All classses assisted in September 4th's Red Cross Bloodmobile in various roles.
Nurse Aides will begin clinicals after Centra Health approves immunizations and background checks results.
Once approved, students will have Fairmont clinicals 3 times per week on Tues, Wed. and Fridays.
Transportation consent forms for bus only transportation will be coming soon.
9 weeks projects are due Friday, September 26.
Parent Teacher Conferences are available Thursday, September 18 between 4:30 and 6:30pm at the high school.
Nurse Aide Hoodies are on sale for $19.00 for S-XL or $21.00 for 2X. We will order early October.
Spirit Week before Homecoming starts on Monday, Sept. 22, wear America colors.
Students make flash cards on quiz items missed for review prior to the 9 weeks Test in October.
Please remind students to review study guides prior to each quiz and test.
See attachments for Syllabus, Pacing, Projects and study guides.
Nutrition Unit- students are making plates from myplate.gov looking at food groups, nutrients and sources.
We are reading labels for serving size, nutrient percentage, comparing healthy and unhealthy snacks.
Week of Sept. 28-Oct 3, Nurse aides are adding nail care, elimination and oxygenation skills.
Intro students will be doing individual and group work for cultural, religious and disorder dietary changes.
Project presentations of career choices all classes.
Sequencing or Flow maps are the Friday map of the week. What is the first priority, what next, how to
sequence steps to completion.
Rubrics of Project 2- Mental Health and/or Legal Issue handouts. Next Project deadline is Mon. Nov. 24.
Parent contacts for late work, low quiz grades and /or displinary issues as needed.
Monday, October 20, all elective classes 9 weeks tests. Students have study guides and flash cards for review.
Nurse Aide students are learning legal terms, signs of abuse or neglect and care of fractures.
Skills: oxygenation, occupied bed making, elimination, Intake and Output.
Weeks of Octo 13-17: Intro students are practicing vital signs. PSAT's are Wed. Oct. 15.
Nursing students will continue skeletal and muscular disorders.
Nursing students who desire flu mists at ACHS, please return consent forms to the first block teacher.
Students getting outside source flu shots, please send proof of immunization date and place from office or pharmacy.
All bus consents are completed. Thank you! Hoodie orders were sent in this week.
Nurse Aide students are doing End of Life projects including cultural diversity due Nov. 24.
Intro Medical Sciences students have completed Growth and Development content with Quiz Nov. 5th.
Skeleton labeling, digestive system and respiratory systems begin the review of systems chapters.
Students will watch videos on cardiac surgery and mental health disorders.
Mental Health or Legal projects are due for Intro students on Monday, November 24th.
Bloodmobile is Thursday, November 13 in the old gym. Student donors age 16 will need written consent.
Non-donors will volunteer hours doing registration, publicity and canteen.
Students are beginning scheduling. Nurse Aide is limited to 20 total in 2 groups of 10. Students must
have good attendance, grades and no behavior problems in order to be selected.
Nursing students are waiting for Centra modules prior to Fairmont clinicals. Clinical scheduled days
have been added including Nov. 25, April21,22,24,28,29. May dates are May 1,5,6 and 8th.
Students have been reviewing organs, functions and disorders for each body system.
A second order for hoodies will be mid-Nov. Size S-XL costs $19.00. 2XL costs $21.00.
Thanks for the student volunteers for the Ghost Out, Driving Awareness Day and Assembly.
Reminder, bloodmobile is in the old gym all day. Wear pants and closed toed, non-skid shoes.
Students not wearing appropriate clothing or shoes will be sent to ISD for that period.
Fairmont Crossing clinical days are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Fairmont's phone is 946-2850.
Students must be on time to ride the bus to clinical. No car drivers. Late arrivals will go to ISD.
Interim grades will be sent home between November 21-25. Parent-Teacher conferences are Dec. 4th.
Intro students are doing Employment skills such as resume, application and mock interview.
Dress up day for interviews is Monday, December 8. Students will dress for a health job demonstrating
appropriate clothing, hair and jewelry expectations. No jeans, sweats, sandals, flip flops. Hair must
be off the collar and no hoop or dangle earrings. Grading will include verbal and nonverbal communication skils.
Intro students will have a quiz on Mental Healtlh Disorders and resources on Thursday, Dec. 4.
Nurse Aide students have completed End of LIfe projects including cultural diversity. Students are
doing well clinically with feeding, making beds, hygiene and mobility skills. We will soon complete
the Centra online modules prior to winter break.
9 weeks tests for Nurse aide on Thursday, Dec. 18. Testing for Intro classes on Fri, Dec. 19.
Students have remediation flash cards for previous quiz questions missed. Encourage studying.
2nd semester ends Jan. 12. Report cards are send home approx. Jan. 20.
3rd 9 weeks projects guidelines will be handed out in early Jan with due dates mid-Feb. Students may need
poster boards, computer access and printing.
Intro students will begin learning CPR and First Aide Skills. Nurse Aides will continue clinicals 3 days per week.
Happy Holidays to all.
No Centra Fairmont clinicals Tues, Wed. Jan 6 and 7 due to flu epidemic.
Geriatric clinical pathway projects are due Friday, Feb. 20.
Intro Cultural diversity or First Aide projects are due Thursday, Feb. 19.
Reminder, no school for students Jan. 16 due to teacher workday and Jan. 19 holiday.
No Clinical on Friday, Jan. 9th due to Flu restriction. Students will work on skills.
Clinical make-up may include Thursdays meaning 4 days per week.
Clinicals have resumed at Fairmont. Clinicals are 4 days week of Jan.20-23.
Students will have clinical 3 days the following week, Jan. 27, 28, 30.
Three Thursdays in February are proposed as clinical make-ups in addition to the Tues, Wed and Fridays
already scheduled. Plan ahead clinical for Feb. 5, 12 and 26.
No clinical second group due to early dismissal at 12:45 pm for Friday, Jan. 23rd.
Intro students are successfully demonstrating CPR competencies for adult 1 and 2 rescuer and AED use.
First aide skills include content and skills demos in the next two weeks. There are also two injury films.
Students are also researching their projects due in 4 weeks. Please assist with posters, printer and/or
Classes are emphasizing Heart Healthy Lifestyles and wearing red or pink for Friday, Feb. 13.
Heart disease is the number one disease cause of death for men and women in the USA.
No clinical due to infection control concerns for Wednesday, Jan. 28. Students need to wash uniforms
and wash hands with soap and water. Pens need to be cleaned with disinfectant. Info for Friday will
be announced and posted online.