• Welcome To My Online Classroom
     
    Name: Cheryl Kutschman
     
    School: Long Branch High School
     
    Class / Grade: Foods For Healthy Living 1,  Foods For Healthy Living 2 and International Foods  Grades 10, 11,12

    BIOGRAPHY  
     
     Monmouth  University, West Long Branch, NJ
          Master of Arts in Teaching, December 1993
     
    University of Delaware, Newark, DE.
          Bachelor of Science in Consumer Economics, May 1987
     
    Hopewell Valley Central High School
           Pennington, NJ 
     
          Mrs. Kutschman has student taught at the Anastasia Elementary School.  She has been working at the Long Branch High School for 10  years.  Mrs. Kutschman teaches Foods For Healthy Living 1, Foods For Healthy Living 2 and International Foods For Healthy Living.  Mrs. Kutschman is a co-advisor for the FCCLA- Family, Community, Careers League of America. 
     
    CLASS SCHEDULE
     
    A1- Foods  For Healthy Living1
    A2-Foods For Healthy  Living 1
    B- Lunch and Prep
    C-Foods For Healthy Living 1
    D-Foods  For Healthy Living 1
    E1-Foods For Healthy Living 1
    E2-Foods For Healthy Living 1
     
    EXTRA HELP
         Student Advocay Program 1:55-2:25
      
    CONTACT INFORMATION
     
          E-mail  ckutschman@longbranch.k12.nj.us        or 732-229-7300 X41010
     
    MONTHLY STANDARDS
       All students will demonstrate the creative, critical thinking, collaboration, and problem-solving skills needed to function successfully as both global citizens and workers in diverse ethnic and organizational cultures.
     
     
    SUGGESTED READINGS OR LINKS
        mywebplate.com,  mypyramidtracker.com, fitday.com, www.eatright.com
     
    WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS
       Please check individual classes.  Extra copies are always available for those assignments missed.
       
     
     FCCLA
        Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is an after school organiation that focuses on families, careers and communities.  Students affiliated in the FCCLA can learn new skills such as sewing, cooking, baking,  and organizing charities.  Listen to the announcements for the first meeting or stop by rooms 137 and 139.