Tippecanoe School Corporation



FACS courses are taken in sixth and eighth grade. Sixth grade Family and Consumer Sciences is a semester-long course. In this course, we learn about recycling and caring for our environment, exploring who we are as an individual, friendships, bullying, communication skills, child care, laundry care, basic sewing skills, nutrition, and various cooking processes. Eighth grade Preparing for College and Careers (PCC) is also a semester-long course. Eighth graders will earn a high school credit for taking PCC. It is important to not fail this course as an eighth grader or they will have to retake it at William Henry Harrison High School. In this course, we learn about careers and 8th grade FACS curriculum. 8th grade FACS curriculum includes leadership, family, dating, nutrition and making healthy choices, financial literacy and basic sewing skills.