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    Automotive Services-  Technology Learning Program- NCTA COVID 19

    We will follow the general schedule outlined below for our learning starting on September 8th, 2020 

    Zoom link- https://swsd.zoom.us/j/94276881112?pwd=YTBLaGQyV0dZU1JnanZqdmNVSEZjdz09 

    Monday-Friday We will start the day after Labor day using the Canvas, Zoom and Google material in class. The Canvas learning program will be the foundation for classroom work in the automotive environment.

    We will be working with Canvas using a login given to you for SWHS Laptops login and password procedures. I will work out procedures for you to contact me at the SWHS satellite campus online : Class time is from 11:30-2pm while in the distant remote learning phase.

    For one-one one communication, the best way to get a hold of me is through email: rgarcia@swsd101.org or my classroom number is 360-855-4043.

    For access to classroom instructional materials, we’ll be using a Canvas online learning program website https://swsd.instructure.com and students have availability to work on the Ford ACE High school training which will begin in late September.

    This will be an outstanding year as we push through to the next few months learning the automotive language. 

    You will receive a SWHS email in the near future please use it for the automotive satellite class.

     

    Grades will be updated during the week.

     

     

     

     

     
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    Automotive Services provides the skills and the knowledge required for job entry in the automotive trade at the apprenticeship level or additional training in a career-technical institute. The course will consist of shop safety, shop organization and operation, theory and repair of engines, electrical systems, brakes, fuel systems, cooling systems, power trains, and suspension steering alignment. The students will make repairs on the automobile in these areas at the trade accepted standard. The students can supply their own projects or will be furnished a project to work on.

    This program is hosted on the Sedro-Woolley High School campus in their fully-equipt automtive shop facility.  Students are required to self-transport to Sedro-Woolley High School for this program.  Class hours are 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm.  Students can earn 3 high school credits for completing this year-long course; 1 - Occupational Education, 1 - Technical Math and 1 - Lab Science.