Burgettstown Area Middle/High School

Sharon Baillie                                                 sbaillie
Family & Consumer Sciences Teacher

National Board Certified Teacher ®         

2011 AAFCS
National Teacher of the Year
FCCLA Adviser
4-H Leader



 

Welcome to

Family and Consumer Sciences

Schedule

Homeroom 119

Pd 1 FCS6
Pd 2 Fashion Design/Interior Design
Pd 3 Foods
Pd 4 Lunch
Pd 5/6 Foods
Pd 7/8 Foods
Pd 9 Foods
Pd 10 Home and Family
Pd 11 Planning


High School Courses

Child Development

Adult Roles and Functions

Foods

Interior Design

Fashion Design

Home and Family Life
 

Consumer Education

Middle School Course

Family and Consumer Sciences 6 & 8

 
Each class that I am currently teaching has a specific page(s) listed on the left hand column. Please click on that class name to find information about your student's class. Information about what I am teaching and what supplies a student needs are listed here.
 
 
 
Assignment dates may be changed due to activities in the classroom. Please ask your student to update you on date changes.
 
I make every attempt to respond to emails in a timely manner, usually at the end of the day. This is the quickest way for me to get messages. Please be aware that other responsibilities may prevent me from responding the same day.
 
 

Grading Policy
Family and Consumer Science classes are experience based. Points are earned daily by completing projects, experiences and labs on time and with proper participation. Students who are absent must see the teacher the day they return during homeroom for make-up work. When a period is missed the student must make-up the time missed during study hall or homeroom or they will receive zero points. This must be completed within one week of returning to school after an absence.
 
If you can't read a file on the website, perhaps it is because the files are incompatible. For example, the district does not use Word Perfect, so students who submit electronic versions of work in this format have problems as it cannot be read here. We primarily use Microsoft Office products. This can be expensive to purchase, but there is a free product you can download. It is called Open Office. If you download Open Office to your machine, you should be able to access our Microsoft files except for Publisher which does not have a freeware version. I hope this is helpful as we strive to communicate more effectively.
For the download, click the link below.