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Welcome to Family and Consumer Sciences
                                "It's not your mamma's Home Economics!"            


Connie Jesko
      Email Address: connie.jesko@granburyisd.org
      Phone number: 817 408-4650
      Conference Time:  3:21 pm to 4:15 pm
      Tutorial time:  7:30 am to 8:30 am Monday to Friday.
 7:00 AM    UPDATE:  NO SCHOOL TODAY  2-11-14
SPECIAL NOTE: 2-11-14 NO Internship today due to late start in schedule.  Go to Zero period at 10:00 am and 1st period                                                    at 10:30 am
 This semester I will be teaching the  following Family & Consumer Science classes:
        2nd Semester 2014 Schedule
Zero Period      Education & Training 1

1st                    Education & Training Practicum
2nd                   Interpersonal Studies
3rd                    Interpersonal Studies
4th                    Interpersonal Studies
5th                    Interpersonal Studies
6th                    Human Growth & Development
7th                    Conference


The quickest way to contact me is via email.  I can accept phone calls regarding student concerns during my conference period only.  However, if you need to set up an appointment to speak with me in person you may set up a meeting through the counseling department secretary at (817)  408-4619.

What is Family and Consumer Sciences?
Family and Consumer Sciences is a discipline that prepares young people for living in today's world as well as tomorrow's.

Experiences are provided in all areas of the curriculum to strengthen family life and to prepare students for the multiple roles of family member, wage earner, community member, and related careers.

Family and Consumer Sciences remains the only educational program that directly addresses the preparation of students for adult roles, including work and family responsibilities.

Webster's Definition of
Family and Consumer Science:
The art of teaching career planning, job skills, resource management, time management, nutrition, food preparation, menu planning, parenting, substance abuse, child care and development, healthy living, clothing and textiles, consumer education, money management, decision making, problem solving, human relationships, family development and anything else that touches the home and heart.
FCCLA Reg. Meet.
FCCLA Region Meeting in Waco 2013

Students enrolled in a Family and Consumer Science class will have the opportunity to join FCCLA. This is the chapter organization for Family and Consumer Science and is recognized throughout the nation for leadership and community service opportunities. Any student who is taking, or has been enrolled in a Family and Consumer Science class in
the past, is eligible to join FCCLA until graduation from high school.


Last Modified on February 11, 2014