Mr. Martins courses this semester are TTJ 3C1-60, TCJ 201-80 and TIJ 1O1-52. The TCJ courses are construction technology courses which include woodworking under the headings rough framing and cabinetmaking. The TIJ course is an introduction to technology under the disciplines of automechanics (transportation) and woodworking (construction). In the TIJ course one half semester will be dedicated to each discipline. The TTJ course is an engines and electrical course for students who want to know about engine rebuilding and repair and basic electrical theory and operation. Some former students from the engines course have gone on to become auto mechanics, aircraft mechanics and even automobile dealership managers and owners. Safety is an important component of all technical courses and will be the initial focus at course start-up. Parents should be aware that students need to word process a set of safety rules and have them checked and signed by their parent/gaurdian prior to engaging in shop activities.
Feb.10 - Safety Rules typed and signed.
Feb.12 - Safety test
Feb.24 - Tools Test