Thank you Jayci Gesling for allowing us to invade your home and for sharing tips about child care.
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About Jill Angell
Mrs. Angell has been married to her husband Jed for 34 years. She has 3 grown and married children; Jayci, Jardyn and Jensyn, and 3 grandchildren. Mrs. Angell has taught for 27 years. She has been the HS softball coach for 19 years. Her hobbies include reading, cooking, walking, and spending time with family.
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Lorry Meyers and Mike Watson from Central Bank of Boone County came to class and talked about debit and credit cards and loans. We talked about budgeting and played a game about budgets. Then we had a budget and we made out meals and grocery lists and then went to Prengers and shopped.
Thank you Ethan Massey and Gabe Martinez for teaching us to tie a tie and some of us even learned to tie a bow tie.
We tried out several different cookies….we LOVE to cook!!! We made Oreo Balls, Rice Krispy Treats, Chocolate No Bake Cookies, Gooey Butter Cake, Peanut Butter Cookies, Monster Cookies, and Peanut Butter Corn Flake Cookies.
The Real World class made pillow cases. Thank you Mrs. Stone for your help!
Real World classes make a Thanksgiving centerpiece. Thank you Gretchen from In Full Bloom for the help!!!
The Real World class has an opportunity to practice Conflict Resolution skills. We had the chance to break up with a boy/girlfriend, ask a boss for a raise, talk to a teacher about changing a grade, ask a parent to extend their curfew, convince a parent they need a pet, do a mock interview. This […]
Real World Seminar has the opportunity to be uncomfortable in adult situations!!! We called and made a Dr.’s Appointment, made an appointment to have our oil changed, ordered a pizza, called the Sear’s repairman to fix our washing machine, and reserved a hotel room.
Real World Seminar practices flower arranging…thank you Gretchen from In Full Bloom.
The Real World class has cooked their own lunch the week of November 5-9. They are decent cooks, they have learned. They enjoy cooking and eating, but definitely NOT cleaning up! We made…Lasagna, Dirt Cake, Coffee Cake, Chicken Noodle Soup, Blueberry cookies, Sugar Bun Loaf (homemade Monkey bread), Ham and Cheese Sliders, Strawberry Lemonade, Guacamole, […]
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