The Webinar will begin
shortly.
“Welcome Back to School”
Home Economics Careers
and Technology Teachers
Overview
Staffing
II. Curriculum and Instruction
I.
i.
ii.
iii.
iv.
v.
vi.
Career Technical Education Standards
Common Core Standards
UC a-g Course Outlines
Industry Recognized Certifications
Program of Excellence
Opportunities in Consumer Education and Financial Literacy
Credentialing and Reporting
III.
i.
ii.
iii.
Designated Subjects Credential
Supplemental Credential
CBEDS Data Reporting
Overview (continued)
Funding
IV.
Perkins
Specialized Secondary Programs Grant
i.
ii.
i.
ii.
iii.
California Career Pathways Trust Grant
Professional Development Opportunities
V.
i.
ii.
Webinars
Workshops and Conferences
Career Technical Student Organizations
VI.
i.
ii.
VII.
Planning Grants
Implementation Grants
FHA-HERO: The California Affiliate of FCCLA
Family, Career, Community Leaders of America
Resources
State Staff:

Dr. Lloyd McCabe [email protected]
Manager, Agriculture and Home Economics Ed. Unit

Angie Ford [email protected]
HECT Technical Assistance and Regional Advisor
provided to Regions 6 & 8, State FHA-HERO Advisor

Melissa Webb [email protected]
HECT Technical Assistance and Regional Advisor
provided to Regions 2, 4, & 9

Tanya Wright [email protected]
HECT Technical Assistance and Regional Advisor
provided to Regions 1, 3, 5, 7, & 10
HECT Staff Regions
REGION 2, 4, & 9
REGION 6 & 8
REGION 1, 3, 5, 7, & 10
Amador
Butte
Calaveras
Colusa
El Dorado
Glenn
Lassen
Los Angeles
Modoc
Orange
Plumas
Nevada
Placer
Sacramento
Shasta
Sierra
Siskiyou
Sutter
Tehama
Trinity
Ventura
Yolo
Yuba
Alpine
Fresno
Inyo
Kern
Kings
Madera
Mariposa
Merced
Mono
San Joaquin
Stanislaus
Tulare
Tuolumne
Alameda
Contra Costa
Del Norte
Humboldt
Imperial
Lake
Marin
Mendocino
Monterey
Napa
Riverside
San Benito
San Bernardino
San Diego
San Francisco
San Luis Obispo
San Mateo
Santa Clara
Santa Cruz
Santa Barbara
Solano
Sonoma
HECT Curriculum & Professional
Development Project Staff :

Nina Dilbeck [email protected]
Director/Coordinator

Pam Custer [email protected]
Project Secretary
HECT 2014-15 theme
Your Window of Opportunity
Curriculum & Instruction
CTE Standards

FREE teacher developed HECT Standards aligned lesson
plans online:
http://www.hect.org/workshopstandards.php
 Utilizes the 2013 State Board Adopted CTE Standards
 Prepares students for entry-level employment and/or
post-secondary education.
 Consumer & Family Studies (CFS) found in Anchor
Standard 10.
California Common Core Standards

HECT Reinforces and Enhances CCCS
 CDE Website http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/cc/


Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium
(SBAC) http://www.smarterbalanced.org/



video’s, standards documents, implementation
documents, Q&A
Common Core Aligned
Knowledge and skills students are expected to
demonstrate
Brokers of Expertise http://www.myboe.org/


Resources, Community, and Training
Lessons, Video’s, and Web Activities
UC “a-g”

Academic Reinforcement
Cross-discipline integration and collaboration
 Common Core reinforcement
http://www.ucop.edu/agguide


317 HECT UC a-g Approved Courses at
214 High Schools (7.5% increase)
 Sept. 15, 2014 final submission deadline
 Re-opens February 1, 2015
 UC Curriculum Institute (UCCI)

HTR with Spanish, Social Studies and Math
Industry Recognized Certifications

Why you should be thinking of
certifications for your students?

Certifications available to students
7-8 grade
9-12 grade
7-8th Grade Certifications
CPR Certification
 First Aid Certification
 Babysitter Certification

American Red Cross
 http://www.redcross.org/take-a-class

9-12th Grade Certifications

Education and Child Development

Child Care License


http://www.ccld.ca.gov/
Teaching Credential
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
 www.ca.ctc.gov


Child Development Associate Credential
National Certification
 http://www.cdacouncil.org/the-cda-credential

9-12th Grade Certifications

Fashion and Interior Design

Interior Design Certification


California Council for Interior Design Certification
Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation




Food Handlers Permit
ServSafe Certification
Food Service Management Professional
ProStart Certificate of Achievement


National Restaurant Association
Guest Service Gold Certification

American Lodging and Hotel Association
Pre-PAC with AAFCS



Pre-Professional Assessment & Certification
Aligned with the National Standards
Computer-Based Assessment





Competency Measurement
Program Accountability
Program Improvement
Industry Recognized
Nutrition, Food Science, Financial Literacy, Culinary
Arts, Fashion, Textiles & Apparel, Core (FACS),
Early Childhood, Education Fundamentals, Family &
Community Service, Housing & Furnishings, and
Interior Design
Program of Excellence
Consumer Education & Financial
Literacy
Credentialing

New Changes to Designated Subjects CTE
Industry Sector Credentials




Effective September 1, 2014
Titles, Career Pathways, Occupations
http://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/cl888.pdf
Supplemental Single Subject Home Economics
Credential



Effective January 1, 2014
Take and pass all 3 sections of the CSET
“NEW” Take and pass a Home Economics Methods
Course at an approved college/university.
Data Reporting

CBEDS Reporting
Annual data collection
 October
 CBEDS Code List



http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/pk/forms.asp
Accurate data could mean more funding for
your program
Funding

District funded in the Local Control Funding
Formula (LCFF)
 Perkins Federal Funds Allocations



Specialized Secondary Programs Grant




Add yourself to the Perkins mailing list
http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/pk/mailinglist.asp
40 planning grants up to $35,000
20 implementing grants up to $100,000 for LEA’s
that received a planning grant last year.
Applications DUE October 24, 2014
California Partnership Academy Grants
Funding

New Allocation for 2014-2015
 California Career Pathways Trust Grants

$250 million of competitive grants




Targets 1 or more of 5 areas:






$15 million
$ 6 million
$600,000
Specialists in work-based learning to build partnerships
Establish collaborative partnerships with business, community, postsecondary
Develop pathway curriculum: high need, high growth, or emerging local
industry
Provide articulated pathways to postsecondary aligned with local economy
Building on existing structures and resources
More HECT Career Pathways need to be written into this years
funding cycle grants.
Professional Development
Project
Provides HECT teachers with
Professional Development opportunities
 Curriculum Resources
 Free Webinars
 Statewide website

Archived PD resources
 News
 Sample Course Outlines and Career
Resources

Professional Development
Project
Coordinates Taskforce Meetings with
Post-Secondary and Business Partners
 Provides FHA-HERO resources



Chapter Guide
Scholarships available to new and
seasoned teachers
Professional Development
Schedule
Workshops
Date
Location
Food Safety and Sanitation Workshop ServSafe®
Hospitality Success Workshop
Los Angeles
Culinary Arts Skills: Update and Renew Your
Industry Skills
Common Core and HECT: Your Window of
Opportunity Workshop
September 30
Tuesday
October 9-11
Thursday - Saturday
November 14-16
Friday - Sunday
December 8
Monday
Common Core and HECT: Your Window of
Opportunity Workshop
December 12
Friday
Santa Clara
Common Core and HECT: Your Window of
Opportunity Workshop
January 12
Monday
Los Angeles
Common Core and HECT: Your Window of
Opportunity Workshop
January 16
Friday
Stockton
Food Safety and Sanitation Workshop ServSafe®
February 10
Tuesday
Sacramento
Opportunities are knocking in Fashion and
Interior Design Workshop
March 26-27
Thursday - Friday
Burbank
FHA-HERO New Advisor Workshop and
Internship
April 24-28
Friday - Tuesday
Fresno
2015 HECT Leadership and
Management Conference
June 25-27
Thursday - Saturday
Northern California
Concord
Los Angeles
San Bernardino
Professional Development
Schedule
Webinars:
Date:
Best Practice Tips by HECT Teachers for HECT Teachers October 7
Technology In the HECT Classroom
October 21
Using the HECT Competency Profiles to Enhance Your
Curriculum
Addressing the Changes to the Nutrition Facts Label
November 4
Preparing for FHA-HERO Competitive Recognition
Events
Utilizing the HECT UC a-g Program Status Courses
January 27
New Research in Child Development
March 3
Food Science and Nutrition
March 17
Preparing Students for the 2015 FHA-HERO State
Leadership Meeting
Teaching Financial Management for 21st Century Skills
April 7
December 2
February 17
May 12
FHA-HERO
This year marks 68 years of leadership
and career development provided by FHAHERO: The California Affiliate of FCCLA
Theme
2014-15 FHA-HERO Theme
State Officer Goals 2014-2015
1. Publicize to Energize
2. Spread the Red
Leadership Packets
Purchase of leadership packets may be
made using Perkins funds, SB-1070
funds, and district instructional supply
budgets
 FHA-HERO leadership, career, and
citizenship knowledge and skills are
required curriculum components of
Perkins
 2013-14 SB-1070 Funds Allocations to
45 chapters totaling $62,032

Affiliation
Minimum of 12 students are needed to
affiliate with the state and national levels
of the organization
 Resources items available with the
purchase of Leadership Packets

Affiliation Packet
Please read the entire Affiliation
Packet and dispose of materials dated
before 2014-2015
 New FHA-HERO Financial Services
Office, updated on the HECT Staff
Directory

FHA-HERO: The California Affiliate
of FCCLA Information
Important Affiliation Due Dates:
October 15
 January 10
 March 1
 May 1

FHA-HERO: The California Affiliate
of FCCLA Information
2014-2016 State Project Thrusts
1. Think Green
2. Feed a Friend
3. Fill the Need
FHA-HERO Web site
Look for all Forms on the FHA-HERO
Web site at www.ca-fhahero-fccla.org


Building Strong Leaders for Families,
Communities, and Careers
FHA-HERO: Web site
FHA-HERO Supplies, Emblematic Materials,
and Uniforms

Visit Website: www.ca-fhahero-fccla.org for
emblematic materials, official supplies, Tshirts, ties, blazers, official dress uniform, chef
attire, scrapbooks, member pins, etc.
Year in Review Highlights

Fall Region Meetings occur in
September and October

Visit the FHA-HERO Web site for the
Fall MeetingFlyers
Fall Region Meetings
 Attire
Standards
 Workshops
 Advisors
Session
 CRE updates
Fall Meeting Advisor’s Session

Please Review your packet thoroughly

Bring all of your questions to the Advisor
Session at the Fall Region Meeting
FHA-HERO: The California Affiliate
of FCCLA Information
Officer Candidates:

Regions should nominate 2 candidates for
State Officer. Applications are due March 1st.
 NEW: Chapters should nominate at least 2
members for Region Officer. Applications are
due 1 week prior to Region Spring Meeting.
 Visit the Web site for Officer Applications
Year in Review Highlights
FHA-HERO Region Spring Meeting

Region Meeting
 Region Officer Elections
 CRE Region Finals
 Check Web site in January for updates
Year In Review Highlights
FHA-HERO State Leadership Meeting

April 25-28, 2015
 Fresno, CA
 Radisson Hotel and Fresno Convention Center
 Check Web site in January for updates
State Leadership Meeting



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
FHA-HERO CRE State Finals
College Fair
Industry Tours
Leadership Workshops
Recycled Garment Fashion Show
Competitive Recognition Events
(CRE)
CRE Guide will be posted on
the Web site October 1
CRE Updates:

Revised Events with NEW Rules





Chapter Manual
Apparel Construction
Fashion Design
Interior Design
Salad Preparation
FHA-HERO: The California Affiliate
of FCCLA Information
Important CRE Due Dates:
January 10
 January 15
 March 1
 15 days prior to State Meeting
 State Meeting On Site Registration

Competitive Recognition Events
CRE Fees

Have not changed
$10.00 chapter/individual events
 $20.00 team events with two members
 Commercial Food Prep $30.00 per member of
the team.
 $40.00 Parliamentary Procedure Event per 5
member team.

Competitive Recognition Events
Topics, Categories, and Themes
Available on the FHA-HERO Web Site
 In the Fall Affiliation Packet
 Topics and themes were generated from
Feedback Forms, CRE Chairpersons, and
Advisors from each Region

Competitive Recognition Events
(CRE)
National STAR Events

12 California CRE qualify for STAR Events, consult
the Fall Affiliation Packet for more information.

Begin fundraising for the National FCCLA meeting
in Washington, DC July 5-9, 2015.

Plan to attend the National Meeting Session
following the Awards Presentation at the State
Leadership Meeting.
FHA-HERO Member Recognition

Golden State Degree Program
(Due March 1)

Scholarships
(Due March 1)
FCCLA, National Information
National Outreach Projects 2011-2015
Share Our Strength
Visit www.NoKidHungry2.org/fccla
www.NoKidHungry2.org/fcclaadvisers
National Information
FCCLA National Programs
 Career Connections
 Community Service Award
 FACTS
 Families First
 Financial Fitness
 Student Body
Power of One



WHO Can Participate in Power of One?
WHAT Is a Power of One Project?
www.fcclainc.org/content/power-of-one/
Financial Fitness


WHO Can Participate in Financial Fitness?
WHAT Is a Financial Fitness Project?
FCCLA at the Table



National Campaign
Asking it’s 200,000 members to take a pledge to
plan and prepare a healthy meal for their family.
www.fcclainc.org/content/fccla-at-the-table/
National Information
FCCLA National Leadership Conference
July 5-9, 2015
 Washington, DC
 Estimated cost $2,000
 Chapters must register through the State
Office. More information will be sent out
in December.

FHA-HERO State and National
Resources
Resources can be found online at:
 State:
www.ca-fhahero-fccla.org
National:
www.fcclainc.org

Facebook: Search FHA-HERO: The
California Affiliate of FCCLA
HETAC: www.hetac.org
CTE Online: www.cteonline.org
JumpStart: www.jumpstart.org
NEFE: www.nefe.org
NEFE: www.hsfpp.org
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