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Welcome to the Home Economics--Family Studies and Consumer Sciences Department Website. I am pleased that you are taking a few minutes of your day to visit with us. The purpose of our site is to provide you with a snapshot of what daily life is like for our students and faculty.  ~Mrs. Mackey

2013/2014 DEPARTMENT THEME ~ Contentment

"Not that I am speaking of being in need, for I have learned in whatever situation I am to be content. I know how to be brought low, and I know how to abound. In any and every circumstance, I have learned the secret of facing plenty and hunger, abundance and need. I can do all things through Him who strengthens me."

Orientation to Home Economics-FCS Class ~ Fall 2014 Semester


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Guest Speakers

Child Development Observation of children at play in Child Development

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Practicing hospitality to faculty, students and alumni at our Titus Two Event.

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Briana Steadman putting it all together in  her Senior Seminar

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Hope Fitzrandolph and Lynlee Kumamoto applying the chemistry of sauce making in Principles of Food Preparation.

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Sara Seaman, Gabby Enriquez, Emily Karsik, Willa Peters, Hope Fitzrandolph, Carla Christensen, Jenna Dennis, Rebecca DeJong and Brittney Balakian, modeling the finished product in Clothing Construction.

 

Awards

 

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Mrs. Mackey congratulates Carla Christensen who was awarded the 2013 Home Economics-FCS Department Ruth Award.

Award is based on peer nominations and faculty evaluation.

The Ruth Award recipient displays these qualities:

  • Seen in actual ministry exemplifying the traits of the Virtuous Woman.
  • Puts herself under the instruction of older, wiser women (not in the classroom).
  • Guy/girl relationships are above reproach.
  • Has purpose in everything.
  • Goes above and beyond what is asked in order that she may "glean" the extras.
  • Teachable spirit.
  • Humility.
  • Compassion and sensitivity to others.
  • Servant's heart - willingness to do the "dirty job".
  • Consistency.
  • Displays a Godly lifestyle - role model.
  • Heart for the lost.
  • Perseverance.
  • Reliability...a woman of her word.

 

Dr. Pat Ennis, previous chair of the HE-FCS Department, has co-authored a new book  that was released, by Crossway, in March 2013. The Christian Homemaker’s Handbook is a one-stop reference tool offering advice on meal planning, interior decorating, biblical womanhood, budgeting, and more.  Mrs. Mackey, Mrs. Hotton, Mrs. Taylor, and Mrs. Toqe, current HE-FCS faculty members, each contributed one or more chapters to the Homemaker’s Handbook in their areas of expertise.

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