calhoun profileNAME: Betsy Calhoun       POSITION: Business Applications Teacher

EDUCATION:

  • M.S. Ed
  • B.S. Human Services
  • A.S. Microcomputer Applications

TOTAL YEARS TEACHING: 23          YEARS AT LAKE REGION: 16

VT LICENSE and GRADES ENDORSED:

  • 9-03 Business Education, Grades 5-12

EMERGENCY OR PROVISIONAL LICENSE: No

HQT STATUS (Highly Qualified Teacher): Yes

CONTACT INFORMATION:

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  • School Phone: 754-2500 x216

 BIO:

  • Advisor: Future Business Leaders of America
  • Advisor: Tech Savvy Girls
  • Teacher: Community College of Vermont
  • Teacher: Lyndon State College

Classes offered: P1, P3, P5, P8

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Advanced Keyboarding

625 Advanced Keyboarding 1/2 Credit

Students will improve their keyboarding abilities - focusing on increasing speed, accuracy, and editing skills. Various business simulations provide interesting and realistic ways for students to integrate keyboarding, formatting and word processing skills into real-life work experience.

Dual Enrollment Course w/Community College of Vermont

3 Transcripted Credits offered

FBLA

Lake Region Union High School students attending the Fall Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida in November of 2009.

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The Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Available to all students. FBLA Goals: Develop competent, aggressive business leadership. Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work. Create more interest in and understanding of the American business enterprise. Encourage members in the development of individual projects that contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community. Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship and foster patriotism. Encourage and practice efficient money management. Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty. Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals. Facilitate the transition from school to work.

Lake Region Union High School hosts the annual

Tech Savvy Girls(TM) Middle School Camp

July 6-10, 2009

Microsoft PowerPoint

639 MS PowerPoint 1/2 Credit

This course will teach students how to create various presentations using slides, outlines, speaker's notes, and audience handouts. Presentations can include text, clip art, graphs, tables, charts, and even sound or video clips. FINAL EXAM will be a microsoft office specialist (MOS) test simulation. Students obtain MOS certification.

Prerequisite: Computer Applications

Microsoft Access

638 Microcomputer Applications: Access 1/2 Credit

This course is designed for the student to learn a basic database software application. Databases are collections of related information. Once you have created a database, a student will be able to sort it, search for particular items, and prepare reports that show particular aspects of the data. All basic functions will be covered in this course. FINAL EXAM will be a microsoft office specialist (MOS) test simulation. Students obtain MOS certification.

Prerequisite: Computer Applications

Microsoft Excel

637 Microcomputer Applications: Excel 1/2 Credit

The prerequisite for this course is Keyboarding I and/or special permission from the instructor. This course is designed for the student to learn a basic spreadsheet software application. Spreadsheets are used for analyzing, managing and presenting information. All basic functions will be covered in this course including some database and graphic applications. FINAL EXAM will be a microsoft office specialist (MOS) test simulation. Students obtain MOS certification.

Prerequisite: Computer Applications

Microsoft Word

636 Microcomputer Applications: Word 1/2 Credit

This course is designed to teach students Word using IBM compatible computers. Word will cover all the basic functions of word processing. Students will learn to create documents, edit saved documents and print all documents. Some features that will be covered are spell check, tables, merge/sort documents, forms, outlines, and graphics. FINAL EXAM will be a microsoft office specialist (MOS) test simulation. Students obtain MOS certification.

Prerequisite: Computer Applications

Lake Region Union High School
317 Lake Region Road
Orleans, Vermont 05860

School Phone Numbers
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE
754-6521
754-2780 (fax)
754-2500 (voice mail)
GUIDANCE
754-6522
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
754-2500 extension 223 or 225

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US News Silver Award for Best High Schools

2012, 2013, 2014, 2016

Participant in the Vermont Energy Education Program

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us news bronze

2015