208-732-7500 Ext: 3103
Contact Hours: TBA

My Resources:
DECA – Idaho
DECA – National

My Classes:

Advertising I-IV

Marketing principles and strategies to promote products & services to satisfy consumers’ needs and wants. Focus is placed on identification and analysis of product benefits, features, strategies, promotion/display, store layout, and personal selling. Implementation of industry standard pagination and graphic design software is used to plan, design, & create business & promotional documents as students identify client & target audience needs to effectively communicate the desired message using typography, graphics & design concepts. Students have the opportunity to become Adobe Certified using Certiport Testing at no additional cost.graduation requirement.

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Macro Economics

The organization & operation of the American economy, supply & demand, money & banking, employment output, public finance, and economic growth.

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Business Management/Entrepreneurship

Part I: Skills for the business manager. Emphasis on decision-making, leadership, business ethics, & effectiveness. Part II: Focus on legal, financial, marketing, & managerial issues in creating a business plan. Plan is based upon the student’s interest. This course serves as a capstone class. 

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Marketing Ed Lab

This course provides students with the opportunity to work in the school store and experience the responsibilities of operating a store.  This course serves as a Capstone Course.  

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Cooperative Education

Co-op is the work experience segment of any business/marketing course. Students are employed in a business that provides paid on-the- job experience, related to the student’s area of study. This course serves as a capstone class. Fee if taking for Technical Competency Credit

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