Engineering and Technology


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Engineering and Technology Pathway

Course Title

Instructor

Contact Information

 

 ACE Academy I Technical Skills

ACE Academy II

ACE Academy III

 

  

Jon Cerio

 

253-841-8717

CerioJP@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 Computer Aided Design and Drafting I

Computer Aided Design and Drafting II

Architectural Design

Manufacturing I

Manufacturing II

 

 

 

David Cerio

 

253-841-8717

CerioDP@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

  

AP Computer Science Principles

 

Michael Chappell

 

253-841-8717

ChappMR@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

Welding I

Welding II

 

Alex Baker

 

253-841-8717

BakerAL@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

Engineering and Technology Pathway Course Descriptions

 

ACE Academy I - Technical SkillsWoods

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

The ACE Academy, a partnership between education and industry, is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary to pursue architecture, construction, and engineering – related careers.  This course is the first year of a three-year sequence.  Students will learn skills that are aligned with industry standards through innovative constructions-related projects and problems.

 

Manufacturing I

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Manufacturing I is a “hands on” class that teaches the fundamentals of product development as related to the manufacturing process.  Students will explore a wide variety of process and experience activities in drawing and layout, sheet metal, heat treatment, machining and welding.  Safety education will be emphasized.  Upon successful complete, Manufacturing I may be used a s a prerequisite for ACE II

 

ACE Academy II

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

ACE Academy II is the second year of an intensive, applied learning opportunity for students interested in architecture, construction or engineering fields.  Students will have the opportunity to earn college credits and prepare for apprenticeship programs after completion of the ACE II curriculum. Students will also have opportunities to hear guest teachers from Labor and Industry and take field trips to construction and engineer job sites

 

Manufacturing IImanufacture

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Manufacturing II is designed for students who are considering an apprenticeship or career in the manufacturing field.  Knowledge and skills gained in Manufacturing I are further developed with advanced hands-on learning activities in conjunction with technical information.  Safety education is emphasized.

 

ACE Academy IIIframing

Open to: 12-- Full Year = 1.0 credit

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

ACE Academy is the third year of an intensive, applied learning opportunity for students interested in architecture, construction or engineering fields.  Students will have the opportunity to earn college credits and participate in apprenticeship, internship r work-based learning activities.  Students will also have opportunities to hear guest teachers from Labor and Industry and take field trips to construction and engineer job sites

 

Advanced Placement Computer Science Principlescomputers

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

This course introduces students to the foundational concepts of computer science and challenges them to explore how computing and technology can impact the world.  Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles will engage students in the internet, programming in Java script, data, and digital information.  Students in this AP courses are required to take the AP examination.

 

Computer-Aided Design and Drafting I

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Computer-Aided Design and Drafting I introduces beginning technical drawing, drafting, sketching, and explores careers in engineering and architecture.  Students learn to use precision-drawing equipment, ho to make common types of drawings, and to utilize the laser and 3D printer to produce models of their designs.

 

Welding Iwelding

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Welding I is designed to give students a basic understanding of oxyacetylene and arc-welding.  Students study related mathematics and blueprint reading and create metal sculpture, ornamental iron work, and metal craft.

Computer-Aided Design and Drafting IIcad

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Computer-Aided Design and Drafting II provides students the opportunity work in the drafting area of their career interest whether engineering, architecture, electrical, or pictorial.  Students in the class learn advanced drawing commands, advanced editing commands, and computer numerical controlled (CNC) equipment.  Students will work intensively utilizing 3D design software.  Students will learn to utilize the laser and 3D printer to produce complex models of their designs.

 

Welding II

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Welding II is designed to give students advanced working knowledge and skill in the welding field.  Students study a variety of welding processes such as Dual Shield, MIG and TIG.  Additional instruction may be available in other areas as desired by student.  Students who successfully complete this course will possess sufficient skills to obtain an entry-level welding job.

Architectural Designarch

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

Equivalency = Occupational Education or Elective

Architectural Design is a one-year class for students who have strong interest in the area of home and building design.  Students study drawings of house plans including detailed floor plans, elevations, sectionals, local codes, and plot plans.  At the conclusion of all design work, a scale model will be made of the design for presentation purposes.

 

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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 Certificate and Pathway Honors and will receive Pathway Cords to wear at graduation. For Engineering and Technology, the Honor Cord is Yellow.

                           ET Cert                                                               Yellow cord
                                          Certificate of Honors                                                                                     Pathway Honor Cord

 

ACE Construction

Required Courses - must complete a minimum
of 3.0 credits from the following:

 

  • ACE Academy I Technical Skills – 1.0
  • ACE Academy II -   1.0
  • ACE Academy III - 1.0

 

 Manufacturing

Required Courses - must complete a minimum
of 2.0 credits from the following:

Manufacturing I – 1.0
Manufacturing II -   1.0

  

Computer Programming

Required Courses - must complete a minimum
of 2.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Web Design – 1.0
  • Introduction to Programming -   1.0
  • Programming for Game Design - 1.0
  • AP Computer Science Principles – 1.0

 

 Welding

Required Courses - must complete a minimum
of 2.0 credits from the following:

 

  • Welding I – 1.0
  • Welding II -   1.0

 

Computer-Aided Design and Drafting

Required Courses - must complete a minimum
of 2.0 credits from the following:

 

  • AutoCAD/Drafting I – 1.0
  • AutoCAD/Drafting II -   1.0
  • Architectural Design - 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 Engineering and Technology 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

Jon Cerio

ACE I

1.0

ARWC104 Cabinet/Millwork 1

2.0

CONST 106 Basic Carpentry Skills

 

6.0

Currently there are ACE Academy I credits available through this college

Jon Cerio

ACE II

1.0

ARWC 105 Cabinet/Millwork 2

4.0

CONST 102 Safety & Operating Certificate

 

3.0

Currently there are ACE Academy II credits available through this college

 

 

Jon Cerio

 

 

ACE III

 

 

1.0

CARPT 101 Carpentry

3.0

CONST 116

Residential Cons/Frame

 

3.0

 

 

 

Currently there are ACE Academy III credits available through this college

CARPT 102

Carpentry

3.0

CONST 120

Wall Frame, Sheeting & Ceilings

 

5.0

CARPT 102

Carpentry

4.0

 

CONST 122

Roof Framing

 

5.0

CARPT 102

Carpentry

2.0

 

 

David Cerio

 

 

CAD and Drafting I

 

 

1.0

 

 

 

Currently there are no CAD and Drafting I credits available through this college

FSME 111 Fund Skills for Manufacture & Engineering

 

 

 

5.0

 

 

 

 

Currently there are no CAD and Drafting I credits available through this college

 

ARC 182 Into to CAD Drafting

 

 

5.0

 

David Cerio

 

CAD and Drafting II

 

1.0

 

Currently there are no CAD and Drafting II credits available through this college

ARC 171 Drafting Technologies

 

5.0

 

 

Currently there are no CAD and Drafting II credits available through this college

ARC 122 residential Draft & Design

5.0

David Cerio

Architectural Design

1.0

Currently there are no Architectural Design credits available through this college

 Currently there are no Architectural Design credits available through this college

Currently there are no Architectural Design credits available through this college

 

David Cerio

Manufacturing I

1.0


MACH 119 /Blueprint Reading


5.0

 

 

MCH 105 Manufacturing Tech Blueprint Reading

 

 

 

6.0

 

Currently there are no Manufacturing I credits available through this college


 *SHME 106/ Sheet Metal Hand Tools Tech and Equip
 

David Cerio

Manufacturing II

1.0

*MACH 114/Engine Lathe Operations 1

 

 

*Courses under review and may not be available  for school year 2019-2020

4.0

MCH 117

Engine Lathe Operation

 

 

6.0

 

 

 

 

 

Currently there are no Manufacturing II credits available through this college

FSME 101 Fundamental Skills for Manufacture and Engineering

 

3.0

 

 

MCH 121 Mills I

 

6.0

 

 

 

Alex Baker

 

 

Welding I

 

 

1.0

WELD 104 Oxy-Acetylene Cutting/Welding

 

3.0

WLD 106 Intro to Welding Theory

 

3.0

 

 

Currently there are no Welding I  credits available through this college

WELD 103 Intro to Welding Pre and Post

 

2.0

WLD 110 Thermal Cutting/Welding

3.0

 

WLD 112 /Oxy-Acetylene Welding & Brazing

 

4.0

 

 

Alex Baker

 

 

Welding II

 

 

1.0

Weld 107

Brazing and Soldering

 

1.0

 

 

 

Currently there are no Welding II credits available through this college

 

 

 

Currently there are no Welding II credits available through this college

WBAS 101- HVAC Welding basics

 

8.0

WELD 105

Shielded Metal Arc

 

5.0

Michael Chappell

AP Computer Science Principles

1.0

AP Computer Science Principles Students May Receive College Credit Through the College Board AP Testing Program Depending on Individual Test Scores- See Teacher for complete details.

 

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