Lindsay Duke

FCS Teacher

FCCLA Advisor

Fashion Club Sponsor

JV Cheer Coach

 

Room: B1105 & B1107

 

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Contact:

E-mail is best: Lindsay.Duke@misd.org

Phone: 936-276-2001 Ext. 85225

 

Conference Period:12:13-12:58

 

Tutoring: By Appointment Only

 

Twitter: @LindsayDuke08

 

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Welcome Lions! My name is Lindsay Duke and I am so excited to be a Lake Creek Lion!! Welcome to the BEST School. I have taught Family and Consumer Sciences for the past six years. I also sponsor FCCLA and am the JV Cheer Coach. This is my 2nd year in MISD. I graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelors in Hospitality Administration and Lamar University with a Masters in Educational Administration. I have a wonderful husband, Matt and a three-year-old son, Rylan. I also have two dogs, Jax and Scooter. 

 

I am looking forward to another great year at Lake Creek High School! 

 

Teaching Schedule:

1-   Fashion Design I & II (7:20-8:05)

2-   Fashion Design II and Principles of Human Services (8:11-8:56)

3-   Human Growth and Development (9:02-9:53)

4-   Principles of Human Services (9:59-10:44)

5-   Cheer (10:50-12:07)

6- Conference Period(12:13-12:58)

7-   Interior Design (1:04-1:49)

8-   Principles of Human Services (1:55-2:40)

 

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PUBLIC NOTIFICATION OF NONDISCRIMINATION IN CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS. It is the policy of Montgomery ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, or handicap in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended: Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. Montgomery ISD will take steps to assure the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs.  For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Jada Mullins (936) 276-2150 and/or the Special Education/ Section 504 Coordinator Meredith Burg, (936)276-2463, 20774 Eva St.,
 Montgomery, Texas 77356
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Es politica de Montgomery ISD no hacer ningun tipo de discriminacion por raza, color, lugar de origen, genero, o discapacidad, respecto de sus programas, servicios o actividades vocacionales, tal como lo exige el Titulo VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, segun enmienda; el Titulo IX sobre Emmiendas Educativas, de 1972, y la Seccion 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitacion de 1973, segun enmienda. Para mayor informacion sobre sus derechos o los procedimientos para poner una queja, comuniquese con el Coordinador del Titulo IX, Jada Mullins (936) 276-2150 y/o el Educacion Especial/ Coordinador de la Seccion 504, Meredith Burg (936) 276-2463, 20774 Eva St., Montgomery,
 Texas 77356
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Sewing Machine


Principles of Human Services (PHS) prepares students for employment in career pathways that relate to families and human needs, such as counseling and mental health, early childhood development, family and community, personal care, and consumer services. PHS is a laboratory course that will enable students to investigate careers in a variety of human services pathways. Students will be responsible for bringing additional supplies. 

 

Principles of Human Services is labeled in Green on the instructional calendar. 

 

Units Include:

 

Employability Skills

Career Pathway

Mental Health Services

Child Development

Nutrition

Fashion/Apparel

Interior Design

Interpersonal Studies

 

Fashion Design I and II students will gain knowledge and skills related to the apparel industry and career preparation. This laboratory-based course will allow students to learn garment construction and maintenance, while producing their own products. Students will be responsible for bringing in fabric and other supplies for projects throughout the year. 

 

Fashion Design is labeled in RED on the instructional calendar. 

 

Units include:

 

History of Fashion

Career Explorations and Portfolio

Industry Standards

Apparel Repair and Alterations

Fashion Production

Care and Maintenance

Principles and Elements of Design

Sketching

Fibers and Textiles

Garment Design and Construction

Dress Form

Sewing Machine

 

Fashion Sketch

Interior Design students will discover ways to enhance spaces using knowledge based on the psychological, physiological and sociological needs of people. Students will be able to create a scale drawing of spaces as well as understand the basic construction of homes and furniture. This course will also create an awareness of the following topics; principles and elements of design, consumer decision making, safety, as well as care and maintenance of interiors.This is a project driven course that focuses on interior environments.

Students will be responsible for bringing additional supplies for projects in class.

Interior Design is labeled in BLUE on the instructional calendar.

Units include:

  • Housing Needs
  • Principles and Elements of Design
  • Furniture
  • Architectural Styles
  • Floor Plans
  • Landscape Design
  • Space Planning
  • Sustainability
  • Basics of Construction
  • Lighting, Surface Materials and Treatments, Windows, Appliances and Electronics
  • Outdoor Living Environment
  • Interior Systems
  • Careers in Housing

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Architecture Plans

Room design for Interior Design

Human Growth and Development provides an overview of human development across the lifespan, with emphasis on the four developmental areas:

 

Cognitive

Physical

Emotional

Social

 

Human Growth and Development (HGD) is labeled in YELLOWon the instructional calendar. 

 

Units Include: 

 

Child Development

Care and Protection of Children

Professional Employability Skills

Prenatal Care

Children Age newborn-2

Children Age 3-5

Children Age 6-10

Adolescents Age 11-19

Adults 40-65

Adults 66 and older

Education and Training

 

 

Developing stage

 

  • Human Growth and Development Syllabus
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Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a National organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences courses. The central focus of FCCLA is family and leadership.

 

 

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