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 husband and three school-aged children. Personally, I have a passion for photography, sewing/quilting, and interior design.
Semester One: 1st Intro to Culinary Arts 5th Early Childhood Education 1 & 2 2nd Intro to Culinary Arts 6th Early Childhood Education 1 & 2 3rd PEER 7th Planning 4th Planning 8th Gourmet Foods (Sem1) Program Management (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