Willenbrock Way

"Don't dig your grave with your knife and fork."

WELCOME PARENTS & STUDENTS! I am Casey Willenbrock and teach within the Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Department at WHS. This will be my forth year teaching. I will do my absolute best to keep this site updated frequently with notes, class work, quiz and test updates, and student projects. If you EVER have any questions please do not hesitate to email me at cwillenbrock@windsor.k12.mo.us. I will always respond within 48 hours of receiving a message. I look forward to working with you and your student!

Foods & Nutrition 1
Syllabus

Class Description:
      This is an introductory course to the study of food. This one semester class will focus on how food affects our lives, food and nutrition, food safety and sanitation, kitchen and cooking basics. Other life skills will be practiced and learned within this class. This includes teamwork, responsibility, respect, and sanitation. Students should be prepared to participate in lab work once per unit.
 
Unit Objectives:
1. To determine the influences on personal food choices.
2. To understand principals of nutrition and assess nutrition and wellness practices.
3. To purchase, prepare, and store foods in a safe and sanitary manner.
4. To properly utilize available kitchen space, appliances, and utensils.
5. To effectively plan and prepare basic recipes.
 
Materials Needed:
   Binder       Paper            Pens/Pencils         Dividers/Tabs (Minimum of 5)
 
Evaluation:
Class work/Homework:   25%                     Projects/ Quizzes/ Tests: 75%
 
Late Work: All Assignments-Are due on time for full credit! Late assignments will be accepted for deducted points (To be determined by the teacher and will be based upon individual circumstances). All assignments and make up quizzes MUST be taken by the end of that 3 week grading period. 
 

Foods and Nutrition II
Syllabus

Description:
This course takes an in depth look into the study of food. This one semester class will focus on food related safety and sanitation, career paths within the food industry, consumer resources and meal planning, as well as the preparation of food. Other vital life skills will be practiced and learned within this class. This includes teamwork, responsibility, respect, and sanitation. Students should be prepared to participate in lab work once per unit.
 
Unit Objectives:

  1. To demonstrate food safety and sanitation procedures.
  2. To analyze career paths within food service, food science, food technology, dietetics, and nutrition industries.
  3. To evaluate and utilize a variety of consumer resources.
  4. To plan a satisfying meal while following proper etiquette, nutritional guidelines, and utilizing a personal budget.
  5. To prepare basic recipes containing fruits, vegetables, dairy, grains, as well as, meat and poultry.

Materials need by Wednesday 08/28:
Binder                    Paper                       Pen/Pencils                     Dividers/Tabs (minimum of 5)
 
Evaluation:
Class work/Homework:   25%                     Projects/ Quizzes/ Tests: 75%
 
Late Work:

All Assignments-Are due on time for full credit! Late assignments will be accepted for deducted points (To be determined by the teacher and will be based upon individual circumstances). All assignments and make up quizzes MUST be taken by the end of that 3 week grading period. 

Casey Willenbrock            cwillenbrock@windsor.k12.mo.us           (636) 464-4400 ext. 4899

                      Prep Periods:  Monday-Friday 7:35 a.m. -8:20 a.m.                          


Family Health
Syllabus 

Class Description:
         This course takes a broad look at the physical, mental/emotional and social health concerns of Americans today. Classroom discussions about personal health and wellness should help the student understand the importance of making their health a priority.
Unit Objectives:

  • Unit 1: Define health and the three main areas of wellness.
  • Unit 2: Characterize the key aspects of maintaining ones physical health.
  • Unit 3: Discuss the impact mental/emotional health has on our overall wellness.
  • Unit 4: Identify healthy characteristics of familial and friend relationships. 
  • Unit 5: Discuss the impact of the decisions I make today on my future health.
Materials Needed by Friday  08/29:
   Binder            Paper               Pens/Pencils              Dividers/Tabs (Minimum of 5)
 
Evaluation:
Class work/Homework:   25%             Projects/ Quizzes/ Tests: 75%
 
Late Work:
All Assignments-Are due on time for full credit! Late assignments will be accepted for deducted points (To be determined by the teacher and will be based upon individual circumstances). All assignments and make up quizzes MUST be turned in by the end of that Unit. If the Unit test has been taken, late work and quizzes will not be accepted for credit.
 
First Binder Check 08/29:
Binders and dividers will be due no later than Friday August 29th. At this time there will a letter sent home in need of a parent/guardian signature. This will discuss classroom rules and regulations.