Early Childhood Education Program Overview
Gresham High School's Early Childhood Education Program provides students with a variety of skills and knowledge related to early learning and education. Students observe and teach early learners at the school's Center, study child development, guidance and career opportunities. This program encourages students to deepen their understanding of teaching and child professions through community contacts and experiences. A partnership with Eastern Oregon University allows students to earn college credit while in high school. This program provides a valuable foundation for future careers in education, child and family services, and early child development.
About the Instructor
Julianne Standish has been teaching at Gresham High School since 1995, but started her teaching career in Washington in 1991. She graduated from Oregon State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Home Economics Education, now referred to as Family and Consumer Studies. She also earned a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction. She has a passion for training young people to work in the early childhood field which focuses on children ages birth to eight. Positive guidance and professional skills are two areas that she finds important for student's futur - as a worker and as a parent! Julianne has been married to her best friend since 1990 and have two sons who are both adults.
Gresham-Barlow School District's Commitment to Career Technical Education
The Gresham-Barlow School District is committed to creating high quality pathways from education to the workforce. We prioritize partnership, collaboration, innovation and leveraged resources to provide high quality programs. All Career-Technical Education (CTE) Programs in this school district are accessible to all students. The district will take steps to ensure that race, color, gender, national origin, disability, or the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in CTE programs.