Health, Recreation & Human Services (HRH)

Foods (Personal)

In the Foods program (@WCHSFoods), work is completed using student managed learning courses. Students are expected to complete a unit of work approximately every three to four weeks. Courses include food preparation labs, teacher demonstrations, viewing of audio-visual materials, written activities and research projects. Students work through each course individually and/or with classmates with the teacher as facilitator. Each level of Foods includes five required courses of study, with the opportunity for students to earn extra credits by completing more than the required courses.


Foods 10 - Introductory (5 Credits)

Fee: $55.00
Power School Reference: [Foods Personal Intro FODP10]

Students will examine the role of food, looking beyond consumption to production, visual appreciation, nutrition, meal planning, economics and preparation.  Foods 10 consists of 5 separate modules (each module is worth 1 credit). The courses includes Food Basics (prerequisite course) followed by modules such as: contemporary baking, snacks and appetizers, meal planning and nutrition basics. Students will apply learned knowledge on food safety and sanitation to each lab to create beautiful & tasty treats such as: pad Thai, meatballs, sushi, cupcakes and much more. Modules  and recipes subject to change. 

Foods 20 - Intermediate (5 Credits)

Prerequisite: Foods Introductory
Fee: $55.00
Power School Reference: [Foods Personal Inter FODP20]

Students further refine their skills from Foods 10 and delve deeper into the art and science of cooking.  Foods 20 consists of 5 separate modules (each module is worth 1 credit). The courses may include:  creative cold foods, milk & egg products, vegetables and fruit, fish & poultry (or alternate for vegetarians) and international cuisine. Students will apply learned knowledge on food safety and sanitation to each lab to create beautiful & tasty treats such as: shrimp scampi, Thai ratatouille, Baklava and much more. Modules and recipes subject to change. 

Foods 30 - Advanced (5 Credits)

Prerequisite: Foods Intermediate
Fee: $55.00
Power School Reference: [Foods Personal Adv FODP30]

Students will further hone their skills from Foods 10 and 20.  Foods 30 consists of 5 separate modules (each module is worth 1 credit). They will make new and more advanced recipes in every module. Modules studies may include: food presentation, soups & sauces, yeast products, meat cookery (or alternate for vegetarians) and regional cuisine – where they can focus their attention on one region of the world. Students will apply learned knowledge on food safety, sanitation and presentation to each lab to create beautiful & tasty treats such as: chimichurri steak, breakfast poutine, 4 strand challah bread and much more. Modules and recipes subject to change. 


Legal Studies

Legal Studies 20  - Intermediate (5 Credits)

Prerequisite: None 
Power School Reference: [LGS20XX]

Legal Studies 2 is an introductory course for Grade 10, 11 or 12 students wishing to study the Canadian legal system. It presents students with practical and fascinating information about how Canada’s legal system works and its impact on Canadians. Students will explore legal issues through debates, discussions, film and documentary studies, famous crime case studies, role plays and scenario examinations.  Students will have opportunities to investigate career possibilities within the legal system. Topics of study may include: the History of Law, Constitutional and Rights Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law, Family Law, Employment Law, Law and the Traveller. 


Legal Studies 30 -  Advanced (5 Credits)

Prerequisite: Legal Studies 20
Power School Reference: [LGS30XX]

Legal Studies 3 is an advanced course for students wishing to study the Canadian legal system and its place in wider Canadian society. With the proper investment of effort, students will deepen their understanding of the complexities of Canada’s legal system. Students will develop an appreciation for their own roles as responsible citizens in a democratic society while developing their skills in communication, critical-thinking and problem-solving. Students will also have opportunities to investigate career possibilities within the legal system. Topics of study may include: Criminal Law II, Conflict Resolution, Controversial Legal Topics, Tort Law and Corporate/Commercial Law. 


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