Family Consumer Science can be defined as the following:
The science and art of career planning, job skills, resource management, time management, nutrition, food preparation, menu planning, parenting, child care and development, healthy living, clothing and textiles, consumer education, decision making, problem solving, human relationships, family development, and anything else that touches the home and heart.
Family Consumer Science II will build on skills learned in Family Consumer Science I. Students will explore a variety of concepts including consumer choices, personal development, food preparation, nutrition, sewing, and design techniques. Students will be required to provide basic sewing supplies. (Family Consumer Science I is a prerequisite for this course.)