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    Carpentry I
    This course is designed to teach students entry-level construction skills, where they will be introduced to reading a tape measure, working with wood and metal framing, installing and finishing sheetrock, doing concrete work, and learning about other areas of the construction field. This course is in partnership with the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), and the curriculum follows NCCCER guidelines, which are competency based and include both written and performance-based evaluations. NCCER provides a link between the students and industry, helping students to connect with future employment opportunities. Carpentry I is in the "Architecture and Construction" career cluster, as identified by the US Department of Education. (Four-block, full-year, four-credit practical art course for 11th graders)
     
    Carpentry II
    This course provides students with hands-on experiences in framing, exterior, and interior finish work; sheetrock installation and finish; leadership roles; and other areas of the construction field. This course is in partnership with the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) and the Carpenters' Union.  These partnerships provide students with a more fulfilling future in the field. The course curriculum follows the NCCER guidelines, which are competency based and include both written and performance-based evaluations. Recommended to courses to take concurrently: Trigonometry and Math Analysis and Business Department courses. Carpentry II is in the "Architecture and Construction" career cluster, as identified by the US Department of Education. (Four-block, full-year, four-credit practical art course for 12th graders)