R – COURSE CATALOG

This page covers all courses that will be offered for the 2019/2020 school year that start with the letter “R”.

COURSE: RENAISSANCE
COURSE NUMBER: 1623
A-G: 10 credits, General Education, All Houses (Under review for A-G Acceptance)
PREREQUISITE: None
HOUSE: None
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Zorn), (Choi), (Choir Instructor), (Hernandez) Period 9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Dorris-Alaniz), (Barton), (Kim), (Cummings) Period 9
DESCRIPTION: This is an introductory, hands on performance and music
based course to help students gain basic knowledge of performing arts. Students will spend one quarter in one of four separate classes to get an opportunity to try out different performance arts.

COURSE: READING LANGUAGE ARTS 7 (JUNIOR HIGH COURSE)
COURSE NUMBER: 215
A-G: N/A, JUNIOR HIGH COURSE
PREREQUISITE: None/
HOUSE: Junior High
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Higuera-Munoz) Periods 2,3,4,6,7,8,9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Nabhan) Periods 6,7,8,9
DESCRIPTION: The language arts processes of reading, writing, listening, and
speaking are taught in an integrated and inter-related manner. Course compo-
nents include the study of rich and varied literature, writing in the genres of narrative, persuasive, expository, response to literature and summary of reading materials.
Students wishing to enroll in HONORS classes in 7th grade will request the Honors extension assignments in the regular classes.  Ask counseling for details. 

COURSE: READING LANGUAGE ARTS 8 
COURSE NUMBER: 220
A-G: N/A
PREREQUISITE: None
HOUSE: Academic
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Greene) Periods 1,2,3,4,6,7
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Zarecki) Periods 1,2,3,4,6,7
DESCRIPTION:Instruction advocates techniques for analyzing literature and multiple opportunities for practice. Strategies involve patterns and procedures for students to use the writing process to produce varied types of writing. Instruction provides students with necessary skills to write various types of genres and develop an appreciation of writer’s techniques applied within known pieces of literature.

COURSE: READING LANGUAGE ARTS 8 HONORS
COURSE NUMBER: 94
A-G: N/A
PREREQUISITE: None
HOUSE: Academic
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Greene) Periods 9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Zarecki) Periods 9
DESCRIPTION:Instruction advocates techniques for analyzing literature and multiple opportunities for practice. Strategies involve patterns and procedures for students to use the writing process to produce varied types of writing. Instruction provides students with necessary skills to write various types of genres and develop an appreciation of writer’s techniques applied within known pieces of literature.

COURSE: ROCK BAND PROFESSIONALS HONORS
COURSE NUMBER: 
A-G: 10 credits Fine Arts (F) PENDING REVIEW
PREREQUISITE: Audition
COREQUISITE: Must be on Street Band Team
HOUSE: Music
CONSERVATORY: Instrumental Music
HESPERIA COURSES: (Chekardzhikov, N) Periods 9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Chekardzhikov, V) Periods 9
DESCRIPTION: 

COURSE: RESTAURANT OCCUPATIONS
COURSE NUMBER: 173
A-G: 10 credits Electives (G)
PREREQUISITE: Interview Level II, Food Handler’s Card
HOUSE: Career Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Cruz) Periods 2,9
DESCRIPTION: Restaurant Occupations is an advanced course in the Food Service and Hospitality pathway within the Hospitality and Tourism sector.

This course is an applied laboratory based course that focuses on advanced skills and terminology used in meal and restaurant management and food preparation. The course focuses instruction on advanced food safety and sanitation, chemical composition of food, reactions of food and food microbiology as related to food preparation and techniques, along with facilities, storage and equipment. Students use the ability to research, collect data, analyze information, report findings, and evaluate products and performance.