Spring 2022 Syllabus Mrs. Corday
Marvin Ridge High School firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to Introduction to Culinary Honors
Course Description: In this course:
-Professional practice in the foodservice industry, Food protection management, Sensory evaluation, Stocks and soup preparation, Breakfast cookery skills, Commercial equipment, Small wares, Culinary math, Knife skills, Garde manger - Salads, Sandwiches, Garnishing, Baking quick breads, Restaurant Dining room service. Mathematics, and science are reinforced.
2 college ruled 100 page notebooks
6 Elmer’s Glue sticks
Earphones - for the computer
Remind- Remind is a user friendly platform that I will be using as an additional form of communication with your students. Students do not need the Remind app!! Students can click on this link for instructions on signing up!
Be prepared daily with ALL required materials.
Be respectful and nice.
Pay attention and stay awake.
Complete the work required of you and always put forth your best effort.
Follow all school rules.
Be in your seat and ready to begin when the bell rings.
Clean up after yourself.
Cell Phones- Cell phone use is not permitted in class.
Grading Policy: Quizzes, labs, classwork, class participation and projects will determine each six week grade. A point system will be used. Everything will be given a point value ranging from 10 – 100 points. Each six weeks is worth 25% of your final grade. There is also a mandatory state exam at the end of the course that is worth 25% of your semester grade.
- 1st six weeks grade – 25%
- 2nd six weeks grade – 25%
- 3rd six weeks grade- 25%
- Final Exam – 25%
Homework: This is an honors level course. There will be homework and projects. There will be a final project in addition to the semester projects.
Absence / Make – Up work Procedure: Upon returning to school following an absence, it is the student’s responsibility to make up any missed work. There is a binder in class with the information on what work was missed.
Quarantine - In the event that you are at home under quarantine you will be able to access our class agenda and information on Canvas. If the entire class or school is under quarantine we will meet virtually on Microsoft Teams. I will contact you through Canvas announcements and email to keep you updated if this happens.
These items are not required but would greatly benefit our class.
Disinfectant wipes Tissues Ziploc bags (gallon size)
Napkins Paper towels Parchment Paper
Chromebooks: Students are expected to bring their charged Chromebooks to class each day. We will use them frequently.
Cooking Labs: We will have cooking labs most Friday’s. Your students look forward to this every week and their lab partners rely on them. Please plan their doctor appointments and your vacations accordingly.
Culinary Safety Agreement- Your student will once again have the opportunity to use cooking appliances, equipment, and utensils as part of this course. Appropriate instruction in the safe and proper operation of this equipment has been given to them as part of the Food and Nutrition curriculum. We will have a brief review of using the equipment safely. It would be a good idea to do this at home as well. Although close supervision is maintained at all times, and safety precautions are taken through classroom rules and proper training, the ‘hands-on’ activities in this class present a potential hazard. Students are expected to observe all safety rules and procedures for safe operation of kitchen appliances, equipment, and utensils. They are expected to conduct themselves in a safe and professional manner. Failure to conduct themselves in a safe and professional manner may result in suspension from lab activities.
Contact Information: I am available during 2nd block by appointment only. Please feel free to contact the school and leave a message (704) 290-1520, or you may email me at email@example.com
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