Mrs. Eller

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Mrs. Eller

Welcome to Mrs. Eller's classroom!  I teach Interior Design I and II.  Prior to teaching I worked as a commercial Interior Designer for 13 years and have a Bachelor of Science degree in Housing and Interior Design from UNC-Greensboro.  I live in Hudson with my husband, daughter and son.  I am active in my church and enjoy family and community activities.  I also enjoy teaching students.

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    Welcome to Mrs. Eller's classroom!

    It is with pleasure that I welcome you to the Family and Consumer Science Department this semester.  I am excited to begin my second year at Hibriten.  Prior to teaching I worked as a commercial Interior Designer for 13 years and have a Bachelor of Science degree in Housing and Interior Design from UNC-Greensboro.  I live in Hudson with my husband, daughter, son and dachshund.  I am active in my church and enjoy family and community activities.  I also enjoy teaching students.  

  • Housing & Interiors I

    Materials List

    A 2-inch loose leaf binder with your first name, last name, and class period written clearly on the front.

    Six labeled dividers in your notebook:

    Housing Options

    Design Fundamentals

    Backgrounds and Furnishings

    Styles, Construction, and Design

    Home Management

    Career Development

    Loose leaf paper for your notebook and a pen or pencil.

  • Foods I - Fundamentals

    Materials List

    A 2-inch loose leaf binder with your first name, last name, and class period written clearly on the front.

    Four labeled dividers in your notebook:

    Importance of Food

    Kitchen Resource Management

    Food Preparation

    Meal Management

    Loose leaf paper for your notebook and a pen or pencil.

  • Classroom Expectations

    Each student will receive a copy of my classroom expectations and course outline. The course outline is taken directly from the North Carolina Standard Course of Study ( www.ncpublicschools.org ).

    The final exam in all FACS classes is the State VoCATS Post Assessment. The exam is required and will count 25% of your final grade. You will receive a progress report every 4.5 weeks during the semester. Class attendance is very important so please be in class every day.