Thanks to guests Ethan Massey and Gabe Martinez, the Real World classes learned to tie ties. A skill we deemed very useful!
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About Jill Angell
Mrs. Angell has been married to her husband Jed for 36 years. She has 3 grown and married children; Jayci, Jardyn and Jensyn, and 6 grandchildren. Mrs. Angell has taught for 29 years. She was the HS softball coach for 19 years, and is currently in her 7th year of coaching softball at CBMS. Mrs. Angell received her undergraduate in K-12 physical education from University of Central Missouri-Warrensburg and her masters in Curriculum and Instruction from Mizzou. Her hobbies include reading, cooking, walking, and spending time with family.
The Real World classes made up a budget and then learned the importance of budgeting.
The Real World Class tried their hands at using sewing machines. The results were positive. Thanks to Meredith Stidham and Jeannette Stone for their help with this project.
The Real World Class took a day to practice the skill of making appointments and ordering on the phone. *Make an appointment for an oil change *Make a Doctor’s appointment *Order a pizza *Make a hotel reservation *Contact a repairman
The Real World class practiced their confrontational skills last week in class. -They had to break up with a boy/girlfriend they had been dating for 2 years. -Fire an employee -Convince a teacher to change their grade. -Convince a parent they needed a pet. -Discuss with their boss the possibility of getting a raise. -Ask […]
Real World practices hands on methods for stopping the bleeding, a presentation put on by Kassie Campbell.
Real World has been working on embroidery on tea towels. We at CHS take our sewing seriously!
Real World classes learned to arrange flowers, thanks to Gretchen at In Full Bloom.
The Real World class visited with and played with kids at daycare. They learned some basics about different ages of children.
Thank you Jayci Gesling for allowing us to invade your home and for sharing tips about child care.
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