A semester elective course for students elected or appointed to student council. Students develop leadership skills and an understanding of parliamentary procedure by planning, organizing, budgeting, and executing a variety of student activities throughout the year. Students have the opportunity to participate in retreats, meet with school and community leaders, and network with student leaders from other schools in California through conferences and trainings. Through these activities, members of student government directly impact the morale and spirit of all Antelope students while building relationships and memories that will last a lifetime. This course may be repeated for credit.
Designed for students to complete the clerical tasks involved in the daily operation of the library, including circulating materials and helping library patrons. Students will also learn how to effectively use the library, locate source material, and promote the collection and library services.
Designed to reinforce Library Science 1 skills, including locating resources and the daily operation of a library. In addition to this review, the student will also write bibliographic resource lists, comprehensive reviews, and annotations. Computer skills learned in Library Science 1 will be expanded. May be repeated for credits.
This course is designed for students who have exceptional skills and talents in a specific subject area. This will afford students an opportunity to apply their skills as tutors and teaching assistants. Interns will be expected to work closely with the teacher to whom they are assigned. Regular tutorial assistance to students and occasional assistance with instruction will be a minimum expectation. As the development of skills and knowledge expand, interns may take an on a greater role as the term progresses.