Professional BiographyMaryanne ValleauFamily & Consumer Sciences (CTE)
I am thrilled to share my passion for the Family & Consumer Sciences program. From designing beautiful interiors and cooking healthy meals to developing your leadership skills and setting goals, I hope to inspire students to explore future careers in related fields.
I began teaching at Briar Woods in 2009. Originally from NJ, I graduated with a B.A. in Psychology with a study emphasis on Education from Stockton University. For over 20 years, I have lived in Virginia with my three children. Personally, I have a passion for photography, sewing/quilting, and interior design.
Semester One: 1st Study Hall 5th Planning 2nd Intro to Early Childhood 6th Intro to Culinary Arts 3rd PEER 7th Intro to Culinary Arts 4th Independent Living (Sem 1) 8th Gourmet Foods (Sem1) Gourmet Foods (Sem 2) Independent Living (Sem2) Course Information Gradebook & Class Page School ResourcesPhoenix Extra Curricular PositionsF.C.C.L.A. Adviser - Family, Careers & Community Leaders of AmericaP.E.E.R. - Positive Experiences in Educational RelationshipsToday's F.A.C.S. program teaches practical life skills that are necessary for all students. Skills that are taught include: cooking, budgeting, balancing a checkbook, running a professional meeting, how to build good credit, how to prepare for a job interview, how to work with children, how to become an active member of a community, and more. These universal skills will aid a student throughout their life, regardless of their occupation and career choices