Family Consumer Science
¬ About Mrs. Hanson
Mrs. Hanson graduated from University of Northern Iowa. After graduation she started her teaching career by being shared with Corwith -Wesley-Luverne and Boone Valley as the Media Specialist. When Boone Valley dissolved she was hired exclusively by CWL as a Media Specialist and Middle School Family Consumer Specialist. After 14 years she left teaching to go to a different part of Iowa. Mrs. Hanson worked for 2 years as the 4-H Program Assistant in Plymouth county. After a two year absence from teaching she returned as a Family Consumer Science teacher at Hinton Community School. She was at Hinton School for two years. Wapsie Valley school was the next location for Mrs. Hanson as a FCS teacher for 4 years. She has been at North Butler since the reorganization of the school starting in the Fall of 2004.
¬ Essential Learnings
Greene Community Schools have three Essential Learnings. They are as follows:
**Expresses ideas clearly in variety of ways
**Effectively communicates for a variety of purposes
**Uses appropriate resources and technology to find need information
**Uses appropriate strategies to find a solution to the problem
**Demonstrates respect for self, others, and their environment
**Abides by the rules of their environment
**Demonstrates active involvement in their environment
¬ Class Expectations
á To come prepared for class each day. This includes writing utensils(no red pens on any assignments turned in) and book if your class has one.
á Leave all distractions in your locker. Toys, or items not needed for class will automatically become my property if they are out in the open and causing a disruption.
á RESPECT, RESPECT, RESPECT!! This means you will show respect when I am or a fellow classmate is talking.
á Gum will be allowed until it comes out of the mouth or heard and then it will be thrown in the wastebasket.
Mrs. Hanson's grading scale is as follows:
A ..................90 - 100%
B ..................80 - 89%
C ..................70 - 79%
F ...................below 60%