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  1. 1. 12401 OVERBROOK LANE • HOUSTON TEXAS 77077 E N E R G Y P A R T N E R S ADMIT sen studio E N E R G Y P A R T N E R S HOW CAN I HELP YOU TODAY ?
  2. 2. 12401 OVERBROOK LANE • HOUSTON TEXAS 77077 SEVEN SEVEN LAKES LAKES SEVEN TO THE POWER OF 2009-2010 LAKES 10 7 10 7 10 TO THE POWER OF 2009-2010 TO THE POWER OF 2009-2010 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT DIRECTORY STUDENT DIRECTORY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT DIRECTORY
  3. 3. 12401 OVERBROOK LANE • HOUSTON TEXAS 77077 2010-2011 Katy Independent School District Film Sound Hair Producer Engineer Stylist Information Medical Engineer Specialist Hotel Auto Body Chef Manager Technician Entrepreneur Veterinary Attorney ...The Real World Connection 1734 Katyland Drive Katy, TX 77493 Phone: 281-237-6300 • Fax: 281-644-1775 www.katyisd.org
  4. 4. 12401 OVERBROOK LANE • HOUSTON TEXAS 77077 Miller Career & Technology Center Board of Trustees Joe M. Adams, President Judith Snyder, Vice-President Rebecca Fox, Secretary Chris Crockett, Treasurer Eric M. Duhan, Sergeant-at-Arms Robert Shaw, Member Neal Howard, Member Administration Alton Frailey, Superintendent Dr. Sharon Boutwell, Assistant Superintendent for Leadership and Organizational Development Marcy Canady, Assistant Superintendent for School and Community Engagement Dr. Debbie Harris, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources Bonnie Holland, Assistant Superintendent for Governance, Legal Affairs & Special Programs G. E. McMeans, Assistant Superintendent, Support Services Dr. Linda R. Menius, Assistant Superintendent, Area 1 Patricia Paetow, Assistant Superintendent, Area 2 Joe Kelley, Assistant Superintendent, Area 3 Bill Moore, Chief Financial Officer Thomas Gunnell, Chief Operations Officer Lenny Schad, Chief Information Officer Dirk Goldsmith, Director of Career & Technical Education Dr. Anna Webb-Storey, Miller Career & Technology Center Principal ...The Real World Connection Judy Gray, Miller Career & Technology Center Assistant Principal
  5. 5. 12401 OVERBROOK LANE • HOUSTON TEXAS 77077 Table of Contents Lets Get Started! Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Academy 1 8143V Veterinary Medical Applications ............................................................................................................................................ 1 GENERAL INFORMATION Arts, A/V, Technology & Communications Academy 2 FULL-DAY and PART-DAY OPPORTUNITIES FOR JUNIOR & SENIOR STUDENTS DISTRICT-WIDE The Miller Career & Technology Center serves as a central site for Career & Technical Education in Katy ISD. Juniors and seniors from all Katy ISD high schools attend classes at MCTC. Students admitted to MCTC have the option to participate as either full-day or part-day 8031V Audio/Video Production-Audio Engineering ........................................................................................................................... 2 students, depending on student course selection/scheduling. Please contact your grade level counselor for more information. 8033V Advanced Audio/Video Production-Media Tech I .................................................................................................................. 3 8035V Practicum in Audio/Video Production-Media Tech II ............................................................................................................. 3 Students will attend MCTC for at least three credits. Most career courses are two credits. Two credit courses will be paired with an additional credit to fit the student’s course request/needs. Availability of courses is subject to scheduling. Business, Management & Administration Academy TRANSPORTATION Students may provide their own transportation or ride the MCTC/OAC bus. 4 Morning bus riders attending MCTC will be transported directly from pick-up points to MCTC utilizing the MCTC/OAC bus route. Students 8602V Business Information Management I ...................................................................................................................................... 4 will be transported back to the home campus when MCTC 3rd period dismisses. Bus riders who attend MCTC beginning 4th period, or 8623V Business Information Management II ................................................................................................................................... 4 after will be transported from the home campuses to the Career Center. After school is dismissed, these bus riders will be transported 0135V GT Independent Study Mentorship ....................................................................................................................................... 5 8550V PACE PreAP-P & S and PACE PreAP GT-P & S .......................................................................................................................... 5 directly to drop-off points utilizing the MCTC/OAC bus route. Students enrolled in Co-op, internship, and/or certain rotation programs may be required to provide their own transportation. Programs requiring students to provide their own transportation are indicated by the car icon. Health Science Academy AGE and CREDIT REQUIREMENTS 6 Courses are open to KISD students classified as juniors or seniors for 2010-2011. Certain courses with internships or work programs 8096V Career Preparation-Practicum in Health Science ................................................................................................................... 6 8098V Medical Terminology ............................................................................................................................................................. 6 have an age requirement of 16 before participating in the off-campus training. All students must complete the application process to be 8095V Health Science II-Clinical Rotation .......................................................................................................................................... 7 considered for acceptance. 8070V Nurse Aide-Practicum in Health Science ............................................................................................................................... 7 8091V Pharmacy Tech-Practicum in Health Science .......................................................................................................................... 8 ADVANCED TECHNICAL CREDIT Students who successfully complete designated Career & Technical Education courses in Katy ISD may receive college credit by Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) for courses that are part of an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree plan offered by public two-year colleges. Hospitality & Tourism Academy LOCAL ARTICULATED CREDIT 9 Students who successfully complete a course designated as having Local Articulated Credit with a particular post-secondary institution 8371V Culinary Arts .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9 may receive credit hours at that institution by attending within 15 months of graduation and majoring in a related field. 8373V Practicum in Culinary Arts .................................................................................................................................................... 10 8363V Hospitality Services-Hotel & Restaurant Management .............................................................................................................................10 AVAILABILITY OF COURSES FOR 2010-2011 8366V Practicum in Hospitality Services ........................................................................................................................................ 10 Listing of a course description in this publication does not guarantee the course will be taught during the 2010-2011 school year. Decisions as to whether a particular course will be taught will be based upon the number of students requesting the course, and the availability of Human Services Academy personnel. 11 COURSE FEES 8740V Cosmetology I ....................................................................................................................................................................... 11 Several courses require payment of a fee to cover the cost of materials, certifications, special projects, etc. Please direct any concerns 8750V Cosmetology II ..................................................................................................................................................................... 12 regarding fees to the MCTC counselor. 8742V Dual Credit Cosmetology I/HCCS Dual Credit ....................................................................................................................... 12 SCHEDULE CHANGES In order to make a schedule change, MCTC students must pick up a Schedule Change Form from the MCTC counselor. The request for change will be considered when the completed form is returned to the MCTC counselor Information Technology Academy 13 8642V Computer Maintenance ...................................................................................................................................................... 13 8644V Internetworking Technologies I ............................................................................................................................................ 14 8645V Internetworking Technologies II .......................................................................................................................................... 14
  6. 6. 12401 OVERBROOK LANE • HOUSTON TEXAS 77077 Agriculture, Food & Natural Table of Contents Resources Academy Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Academy 15 8970V Law Enforcement I (Introduction to Criminal Justice)/HCCS Dual Credit CRIJ 1301 .............................................................. 15 8972V Court Systems & Practices (Courts and Criminal Procedures)/HCCS Dual Credit CRIJ 1306 ................................................ 15 8976V Law Enforcement II (Crime in America)/HCCS Dual Credit CRIJ 1307 .................................................................................. 16 8974V Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security (Fundamentals of Crimnial Law)/HCCS Dual Credit CRIJ 1010 ........ 16 8981V Special Topics in Social Studies/Internship (NOT an HCCS dual-credit course) .................................................................... 16 Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Academy 17 8048V Civil Engineering and Architecture (CEA) ............................................................................................................................. 17 8041V Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) ......................................................................................................................... 17 8045V Digital Electronics (DE) .......................................................................................................................................................... 18 8049V Engineering Design & Development (EDD) ........................................................................................................................... 18 Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Academy 19 8700V Automotive Technology ....................................................................................................................................................... 19 8710V Advanced Automotive Technology ....................................................................................................................................... 20 8721V Collision & Refinishing Technology ...................................................................................................................................... 21 8726V Advanced Collision & Refinishing Technology ...................................................................................................................... 21 8143V Veterinary Medical Applications Prerequisite: None Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in two additional course credits at MCTC. Grade: 11-12 Credit: One This course is an introduction to animal care, including animal handling, health and safety, sanitation and surgical preparation, anatomy and physiology, and medical terminology in preparation for a two credit second year course planned for 2011-2012. In the second year practicum students will gain a deeper understanding of/and exposure to the veterinary medical profession through internships and/or rotations at local veterinary clinics and animals shelters. There is an estimated course fee of $50.00 for supplies. Last summer I spent two weeks helping out at a friend’s vet clinic. I know now my future is to be a veterinarian! This class will teach me about animal anatomy, proper care of animals and give me the head start I will need in college. Now it is all about planning to have those classes in my schedule for junior and senior year. -Amberly Gray 1 MILLER CAREER & TECHNOLOGY CENTER
  7. 7. 12401 OVERBROOK LANE • HOUSTON TEXAS 77077 Arts, A/V, Technology & Arts, A/V, Technology & Communications Academy Communications Academy 8033V Advanced Audio/Video Production-Media Tech I Prerequisites: None Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in an additional course credit at MCTC. Grade: 11-12 Credit: Two This course is designed to provide initial training for entry-level employment in movie, video, and television production careers. Students receive introductory level instruction in the operation of different types of cameras, audio technique, digital editing and film production using Apple’s Final Cut Pro 6 editing software. In addition, students learn the creation of media graphics for film and video, lighting, script writing, direction, production, special effects, signal control and monitoring equipment, set design safety and career opportunities. There is an option to achieve Apple Certified Pro status if the student chooses to take Apple’s Final Cut Pro 7 End User Certification Exam Level 1 at the end of the course (testing fee is approximately $200). Apple Certified Pro status gives students a competitive edge in the job market. There is a course fee of $30 for student supplies. 8035V Practicum in Audio/Video Production-Media Tech II Prerequisites: Advanced Audio/Video Production-Media Tech I Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in an additional course credit at MCTC. Grade: 12 Credit: Two This course provides job specific training for entry-level employment in movie, video, and television production careers. Students receive advanced instruction in the operation of different types of camera, mastery of audio techniques, electronic editing, creation of media graphics, lighting, script writing, direction, production, special effects, signal control and monitoring equipment, set design, safety and career opportunities. Students have the option of taking multiple Apple End User Certification exams. There is a course fee of $30 for student supplies. 8031V Audio/Video Production-Audio Engineering Prerequisite: None Co-requisite: Concurrent enrollment in an additional course credit at MCTC. Grade: 11-12 Credit: Two This course is an introduction into analogue and digital audio engineering. Students will explore analogue and digital recording, physics of sound, studio design, basic mixing and mastering techniques and the history of the industry. Instruction includes studio electronics, acoustic principles, waveform analysis, microphone design, signal flow and processing concepts, live sound theory and recording studio techniques using industry standard computer software in a recording studio. Upon course completion, students will have entry level audio technician skills. Students will have the opportunity to take Apple’s End User Exam for Logic Pro 9.0. There is an estimated course fee of $50.00 for supplies. I know audio engineering is the field I want for my career. I am not sure if I want to do live sound or work in a studio setting but this provides me with a platform no matter what area I end up choosing. The equipment in the audio lab is top of the line. Mr. Bertram is awesome because he has a ton of I really loved the Media Tech I class last year. This is truly my favorite class and I look forward to being in Media II every day. experience in all aspects of the industry. I lead the band for my church youth I want to make films to direct and produce. I plan to attend the University of Texas in Austin, majoring in Film and eventually group and currently handle all of the audio for the church as well. Through Mr. the University of Southern California Film School. Maybe someday I can even attend the London Film School. I am open to B’s instruction I have a much greater capacity to improve the quality of sound exploring all genres of film and want to have a wide variety of experiences. I have Apple Certified Final Cut Pro 6 status now in all of my endeavors. and plan to master the next step and gain Apple Certification for Final Cut Pro 7. This will give me an advantage over other students in film school. -Matthew Borsic -Simon Khan MILLER CAREER & TECHNOLOGY CENTER 2 3 MILLER CAREER & TECHNOLOGY CENTER
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