Freshmen and sophomore students had an opportunity to explore elective courses for the 2020-2021 school year. The event took place during the TASC flex time block in the ConVal cafeteria.
Teachers and upper-level students, who have taken or are currently taking these elective classes, were on hand to talk about the courses and how they enhance learning.
Course registration for the upcoming school begins mid-February, so this was a well-timed event to explore many of the options offered by the following departments: Applied Technology Center, English, Health and Wellness, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Visual and Performing Arts, and World Languages.
Among the electives for the 2020-2021 school year are: 2D Studio Art, 3D Studio Art, AP US History, AP World History, Aesthetics and Ideas, Anatomy & Physiology I, Anatomy & Physiology II, Business, Careers in Education, Ceramics, Chamber Choir, Chemistry, College Composition, Computer Programming/Networking & Robotics, Concert Band, Concert Choir, Creative Writing, Digital Photo & Video, Engineering, Firefighting & EMT, German, Graphic Design, History of Rock and Roll, Human Nature and Storytelling, Instrumental Methods, Interpersonal Communication, Introduction to Guitar, Jazz Band, Manufacturing/Woodshop, Marching Band, Mass Media Communication, Music in Media, Music Theory and Keyboard Playing, Personal Fitness, Philosophy, Psychology, Select Chorus, Spanish, Studio Art Extension ELO, Theatre Arts/Workshop, Western World Heritage, World Religions, and Young Adult Fiction.