• The Family and Consumer Science Program consists of elective courses in Food Preparation and Early Childhood Development. The courses have been developed to encourage student interest in the real-world world practices of kitchens and restaurants around the world and the study of young minds in the area of teacher training and development. Interested 8th Graders may also choose to select Early Childhood Development as a 4-Year Major, as it is a state certified Career Technical Education program. Click on the link to the left to learn more. 

     

    Students interested in having an even greater learning experience in the kitchen should consider joining the Culinary Club, where hands-on food preparation continues into a variety of active experiences. 

      

    Supervisor

    Lisa Boyle
    lboyle@rbrhs.org
    Ext. 1-262

     

    Administrative Assistant

    Eileen Hipper
    ehipper@rbrhs.org
    Ext. 1-227