Health and Human Services



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Health and Human Services Pathway

Course Title

Instructor

Contact Information

 

 

Medical Terminology

Anatomy & Physiology

Sports Medicine I

Sports Medicine II

 

 

 

Willie London

 

 

253-841-8717

LondoWT@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

Introduction to Medical Careers

Medical Terminology

 

 

Randy Webster

 

253-841-8717

WebstDR@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

Nursing Assistant (NAC)

Anatomy and Physiology

 

 

Janet Jepsen

 

253-841-8717

JepsenJR@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

Child Development

Relationships & Human Development

Education Careers

Teaching Academy

 

 

 

Kelly Schakel

 

 

253-841-8717

ScakeKA@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

 

 

 

JROTC I

JROTC II

JROTC III

JROTC IV

 

 

 

 

Michael Meray

Sydney Roland

 

 

253-841-8717

MerayM@puyallup.k12.wa.us

SydneRD@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

Nutrition and Fitness

 

 

 

Noelle Gage

 

 

253-841-8717

GageNN@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

Nutrition and Fitness

 

 

 

 

Lindsay Smith

 

 

253-841-8717

SmithLL@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

Health and Human Services Pathway Course Descriptions

 

Anatomy & Physiology

Open to: 10,11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Lab Science

Anatomy and Physiology expands upon concepts learned in biology with emphasis on human biology.  Students will study the structure and function of the skeletal, muscular, cardiac, respiratory, digestive, nervous, reproductive, and other body systems.  This course is recommended for students interested in medical, dental, veterinary, or physical education careers.anat and phys

 

Education CareersTeaching Academy

Open to: 11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Education Careers is designed for students who would like to learn more about teaching or related educational careers.  It provides students with a hands-on opportunity to work with children in a classroom setting.  Students work as elementary classroom assistants at local elementary school s and attend seminars at the high school.  Students provide their own transportation to elementary school sites.

Intro to Medical Careers

Open to: 10,11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Introduction to Medical Careers explores a variety of options in the health care field.  Topics covered will be basic medical terminology, legal and ethical principles, culture and health care, safety practices, and employability skills.  Students interested in any career in the medical field would benefit from this course.

 

 

 

Teaching Academy

Open to: 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Teaching Academy is designed to give students the “total teaching experience”.  First semester students learn teaching strategies and observe in classrooms from elementary to high school.  Second semester students are placed with a mentor teacher where they will work in classrooms to practice their teaching skills.  Teaching Academy provides credit waiver at the college level upon presentation of their portfolio.  Students provide their own transportation to other schools.

 

Medical Terminology

Open to: 10,11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Medical Terminology focuses on the language of the medical fields.  Students study the fundamentals of medical terminology with emphasis on basic rules, vocabulary, and abbreviations related to the skeletal, circulatory, nervous, respiratory, digestive, endocrine and reproductive systems. Students interested in medical, dental, or veterinary careers, including medical office or sales, would benefit from this course.

 

 

 

Nutrition & Fitness

Open to: 10, 11, 12 -- Full Year = .50 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Health or Fitness or Elective

Nutrition and Fitness is designed to create health-wise individuals.  Students will learn how good nutrition, dietary habits, and emotional and physical health all a person to live life at an optimum level.  Students will participate in physical activities, nutritional analysis, and food labs.

nutri and fitness

Sports Medicine I

Open to: 10,11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Sports Medicine I focuses on the connections between conditioning, performance, and sports injuries.  This course is an integration of science, physical activity, after-school clinical experience, and job readiness skills.  Possible clinical experiences consist of observing or performing duties at high school training rooms, sporting events, physical therapy clinics, or fitness clubs.

sports med

JROTC     (Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps)

LET I         (Leadership Education and Training)

Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or .5 Fitness or .5 Health or Elective

College credit may be available to students who opt to complete additional out-of-school learning activities.

JROTC is a four-year magnet program at RHS.  It is one of the largest character development and citizenship programs for youth in the world. Students are engaged in leadership education programs throughout all four years.

 

Sports Medicine II

Open to: 11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Sports Medicine II is designed to provide students with an understanding of specific athletic medical conditions.  The focus is on the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of athletic injuries and the involved anatomy/physiology.  The goal is to prepare students for entry level jobs or the desire to pursue further academic or career training.  Clinical experiences are arranged by the instructor and may include working with high school sports programs or off-campus observations.

 

JROTC  (Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps)

LET II     (Leadership Education and Training)

Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or .5 Fitness or .5 Health or Elective

College credit may be available to students who opt to complete additional out-of-school learning activities.

JROTC is a four-year magnet program at RHS.  It is one of the largest character development and citizenship programs for youth in the world. Students are engaged in leadership education programs throughout all four years.

 

Nursing Assistant Certification (NAC)nursing assist

Open to: 11, 12 -- Full Year = 2.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Lab Science

The Nursing Assistant Certification Program provides students with the skills to begin employment in a health care setting under the training and supervision of a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse.  Nursing Assistant Certification (NAC preparation occurs in a 2-period block in the classroom during the school day and for at least 40 hours in a clinical setting, some of which will be scheduled outside the school day.  The Puyallup School District Nursing Assistant Certification Program includes practice in the classroom, nursing lab, and clinical healthcare provider settings.  Upon successful completion of the Nursing Assistant Certification Program students will be eligible to take the state exam required for certification.  In order to complete the program, students must attend all required program hours, including the 40 hours which may be outside the school day for clinical practice.

 

JROTC  (Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps)

LET III   (Leadership Education and Training)

Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or .5 Fitness or .5 Health or Elective

College credit may be available to students who opt to complete additional out-of-school learning activities.

JROTC is a four-year magnet program at RHS.  It is one of the largest character development and citizenship programs for youth in the world. Students are engaged in leadership education programs throughout all four years.

jrotc

Child Developmentchild development

Open to: 10, 11, 12 -- Full Year = .50 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Child Development provides students with an understanding of how young children (from birth to ae six) learn and with techniques for teaching children.  Areas of focus are physical, intellectual, emotional, and social development.

JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps)

LET IV  (Leadership Education and Training)

Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12 -- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or .5 Fitness or .5 Health or Elective

College credit may be available to students who opt to complete additional out-of-school learning activities.

JROTC is a four-year magnet program at RHS.  It is one of the largest character development and citizenship programs for youth in the world. Students are engaged in leadership education programs throughout all four years.

Relationships and Human Development

Open to: 10, 11, 12 -- Full Year = .50 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Relationships and Human Development examines the issues surrounding and information necessary for a healthy pregnancy.  Topics include decisions to parent, family structures, pregnancy, birth and birth defects.

 

 

 

Programs of Study and Pathway Honors at Rogers High School

Below is a quick guide to the sequence of courses required to complete a Program of Study and/or earn Pathway Honors.  Students who complete the following Programs of Study with a B (3.0) or better in each of the required courses are eligible to receive a Pathway Honors Certificate and will receive Pathway Cords to wear at graduation. For Health and Human Services, the Pathway Honor Cord is Red.

                                        HHS Certificate                                                         red honor cord

                                                  Certificate of Honors                                                                        Pathway Honor Cord

 

Certified Nurse Assistant

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 2.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Nursing Assistant – 2.0

 

JROTC

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 3.0 credits from the following:

  1. LET I –  1.0
  1. LET II --  1.0
  1. LET III -- 1.0
  1. Let IV –   1.0

 

Education

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 3.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Child Development –  .5
  • Relationships and Human Development -   .5
  • Educational Careers - 1.0
  • Teaching Academy – 1.0

 

Sports Medicine

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 3.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Sports Medicine I – 1.0
  • Sports Medicine II -   1.0

  • Plus, one year of

  • Anatomy & Physiology – 1.0
  • Intro to Medical Careers – 1.0
  • Medical Terminology – 1.0
  • Nutrition and Fitness - .5

 

Medical Careers

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 3.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Medical Terminology – 1.0
  • Intro to Medical Careers -   1.0
  • Anatomy & Physiology - 1.0
  • Medical Careers Academy – 1.0
  • Chemistry – 1.0

 

 

Students will be awarded their Certificate of Completion and their Pathway Honor Cords based on grades from their transcript. No application is needed for these awards.

 

 

The following Health and Human Services Pathway Courses at Rogers High School

are Dual High School and College Credit Courses

See the Chart below for Specific Transfer Agreements

 

Teacher

RHS High School Course

Bates Technical College

Clover Park Technical College

Pierce Community College

Title

Credits

Title/Course

College Credit

Title/Course

College Credit

Title/Course

College Credit

 

 

 

Willie London

And

Randy Webster

 

 

 

Medical Terminology

 

 

 

 

1.0

 

 AMA 117

Beg Med Term

 

4.0

 

 

 

CAH 102

Med Term I

 

 

 

 

5.0

 

BTECM 150

Med Term I

 

 

 

5.0

AMA 121

Intermediate Med Term

 

4.0

 

 

 

BTECM 151

Med Term II

 

 

5.0

AMA 128

Adv Med Term

 

4.0

 

Willie London

and

Janet Jepsen

Anatomy & Physiology

1.0

 

Currently there are no Anatomy & Phys  credits available through this college

 

Currently there are no Anatomy & Phys  credits available through this college

KINS 155

Anat & Phys for Health Professionals

 

5.0

 

Randy Webster

Into to Medical Careers

.50

Currently there are no Intro to Med Careers  credits available through this college

Currently there are no Intro to Med Careers  credits available through this college

Currently there are no Intro to Med Careers  credits available through this college

Willie London

Sports Medicine I

1.0

Currently there are no Sports Med  credits available through this college

Currently there are no Sports Med  credits available through this college

Currently there are no Sports Med  credits available through this college

Willie London

Sports Medicine II

1.0

Currently there are no Sports Med  credits available through this college

Currently there are no Sports Med  credits available through this college

KINS 128 CPR/AED for Prof Rescuer and Health Care

 

2.0

 

 

 

 

Janet Jepsen

 

 

 

 

Nursing Assistant (NAC)

 

 

 

 

2.0

 

 

 

 

Currently there are no Nursing Assistant  credits available through this college

NAC 108

NA Theory

 

5.0

 

NAC101

NA Theory

7.0

 

NAC 111

Skills Fund

2.0

 

NAC 105

NA LAB

3.0

 

 

NURS 114

Clinical Exp

 

 

2.0

NAC 107

Clinical EXP

Nurse Assist Training

 

2.0

 

*Nursing Assist Certified

Upon Successful completion of this program, students will be eligible to take the State Nursing Assistant Exam

KINS 128 CPR/AED for the Prof Rescuer / Health Care

 

2.0

Kelly Schakel

Child Development

 

Rel & Human Development

 

.50

 

 

 

.50

 

EDUC& 115

Child Development

 

 

5.0

 

EDUC&115

Child Development

 

 

5.0

 

EDUC&115

Child Development

 

 

5.0

Kelly Schakel

Education Careers

 

1.0

ECED& 120

Early Childhood Ed

 

2.0

ECED& 120

Early Childhood Ed

 

2.0

ECED& 120

Early Childhood Ed

Practicum

 

2.0

Kelly Schakel

Teaching Academy

1.0

 

Currently there are Teaching Academy  credits available through this college

 

Currently there are Teaching Academy  credits available through this college

EDUC& 191

Careers in Ed

Field Experience

 

3.0-5.0

Noelle Gage

And

Lindsay Smith

Nutrition & Fitness

.50

Currently there are Nutrition & Fitness  credits available through this college

REST 122 Food Service and      Nutrition

 

4.0

Currently there are Nutrition & Fitness  credits available through this college

Michael Meray

And

Sydney Roland

 

JROTC

 

College credit may be available to students who opt to complete additional out-of-school learning activities.  See Instructors for more information.

 

 

 

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