Mrs. Wilson

Welcome back! We are going to have a great year:)

Enter, expecting to learn! Remember that most people learn: Only 10% of what they read, 20% of what they hear, and 50% of what they see and hear, But 80% of what they discuss and 90% of what they teach to others.
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COURSE RATIONALE: Instruction in the accounting area plays an important role for students who are preparing for accounting careers after graduation, employment or a higher level of education. It is also a crucial component of academic backgrounds for students who will pursue entrepreneurial ventures and small business ownership. All students, regardless of the profession they choose, can benefit from accounting instruction since it is an integral part of every business institution and organization. It also plays an important part in each individualís every day life. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Accounting I is a sophomore/junior/senior level course involving the recordkeeping, presenting, and interpreting of financial transactions of a business or individual. For those interested in a business, law, or computer career, it would be advisable to take this course as a sophomore or junior and Accounting II (offered for dual credit) as a junior or senior.
COURSE RATIONALE: Instruction in this area plays an important role for students who are preparing for accounting careers after graduation---employment or higher levels of education. It is also a crucial component of academic backgrounds for students who will pursue entrepreneurial ventures and small business ownership. All students, regardless of the profession they choose, can benefit from accounting instruction since it is an integral part of every business institution, organization and personal business affairs. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This second year class is a continuation of Accounting I and is designed to expand upon the concepts learned in Accounting I. This is a junior/senior level class with Accounting I as a prerequisite. (offered for Dual Credit)
COURSE RATIONALE: This area of instruction provides content for employment in one of the largest major occupational groups, administrative support. Demand in this career area will continue to expand as businesses utilize advanced office technology to increase their production efficiency and improve the quality of their products and services. This area of instruction benefits students by enhancing the software application skills and communication competencies needed by administrative support professionals and higher education COURSE DESCRIPTION: Business Technology I is a junior or senior level course with a prerequisite prior Keyboarding experience. This course uses Microsoft Office package (Word, Excel, Access, and Powerpoint) and the Internet. Office/business ethics (skills) will also be reviewed.
Exploratory class for sophomores.
The computer applications class is designed to improve keyboarding skills while introducing students to new software skills. This semester class is integrated to help students utilize their skills for all classes. Students will use word processing software, spreadsheet software, Internet, and other software as it is made available.
COURSE RATIONALE: This area of instruction addresses the technology knowledge and skills required of students entering the workplace. The demand will continue to expand as businesses utilize multimedia functions including graphics, audio, video, web page design, and maintenance, and electronic presentation skills. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Multimedia is a year long class that focuses primarily on the four elements of multimedia: text, andimation, sound and video. These elements will be examined individually and then collectively in a narrated PowerPoint presentation. The class will also incorporate these elements in maintaining and updating the school web page. We will utilize various software.

General Downloads

Wacom Tablet (704.51 KB)
General information about the tablet and how to set it up and general use.
Good source for commands.
HTML Tags Chart (72.13 KB)
Autumn Fest Flyer
Make It Right (14.42 KB)
New York Flyer
Media Kit (26.62 KB)
used for Word unit
Airplane Ride (377.17 KB)
Bradford Pear (230.89 KB)
Lab 2
Memo Comments (29.18 KB)
Word Unit
Paddle Boar (230.13 KB)
In the Lab 3 picture
Barn and Silo (253.19 KB)
Cases 1
Lake at Sunset (284.48 KB)
Cases 2
Word Unit
ski picture (32.51 KB)
MAC and graphics
skate pic (45.73 KB)
MAC and graphics
golf (35.27 KB)
MAC and graphics
canoe (35.27 KB)
MAC and graphics
bike (173.37 KB)
MAC and graphics
kayak (8.55 KB)
MAC and graphics
fish (6.92 KB)
MAC and graphics
CV Travel (3.4 KB)
MAC and graphics
Melissa Kim (15.51 KB)
MAC and graphics
mountainlodge (230.13 KB)
MAC and graphics
TravleView (3.09 KB)
MAC and graphics
Fall Harvest (334.84 KB)
combine picture