Ms. Catherine Reynolds

Phone: 423-477-1600

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

BS from ETSU in Child and Family Studies BS from ETSU in Home Economics Education (known as Family & Consumer Science) MEd from Tusculum College in Curriculum & Instruction

Ms. Catherine Reynolds

My vision is to educate students with essential life skills while nurturing their mental health.  Every student matters!

I've had the pleasure of teaching Family and Consumer Science courses at Daniel Boone for the past 17 years.  Coures include Nutrition and Lifespan, Nutrition Science, and Advanced Nutrition.  I am very passionate about the family and Consumer Science program at Daniel Boone High School that I share with Mrs. Bristol.

My education background is from East Tennessee State and Tusculum University which provided me the instructional tools and background knowledge to be a highly qualified and effective educator.

During the month of September, which is suicide awareness month, we focus on being kind, compassionate, and hopeful.  "To write love on her arms

  • Program of Study

    Level 1

    Level 2

    Level 3

    Level 4

    Dietetics and Nutrition

    Introduction to Human Studies

    Nutrition Across the Lifespan

    Nutrition Science and Diet Therapy

    Advance Nutrition Development

     

    Advance Nutrition Development

    Grade Level: 12 Credit:1

    Prerequisite:  Introduction to Human Studies, Nutrition Across the Lifespan, Nutrition Science and Diet Therapy and Teacher Approval

    Advance Nutrition Development is a capstone course in the human services cluster that provides a practicum experience for students as they develop an understanding of professional and ethical issues. The capstone course will be based on the knowledge and skills from previous courses in the human services cluster. Upon completion of the course, students will be proficient in components of communication, critical thinking, problem solving, information technology, ethical and legal responsibilities, leadership, and teamwork

     

    Nutrition Across the Lifespan

    Grade Level: 10-11 Credit:1

    Prerequisite:  Intro to Human Studies

    Nutrition Across the Lifespan is for students interested in learning more about becoming a dietitian, nutritionist, counselor, or pursing a variety of scientific, health, or culinary arts professions. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will understand human anatomy and physiological systems, nutrition requirements, as well as social, cultural, and other impacts on food preparation and integrity. Artifacts will be created for inclusion in a portfolio, which will continue to build throughout the program of study.

     

    Nutrition Science and Diet Therapy

    Grade Level: 11-12 Credit:1

    Prerequisite:  Intro to Human Studies and Nutrition Across the Lifespan

    Nutrition Science and Diet Therapy is an applied knowledge course in nutrition for students interested in the role of nutrition in health and disease. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will be able to develop a nutrition care plan as part of the overall health care process, use methods for analyzing the nutritional health of a community, and understand the relationship of diet and nutrition to specific diseases. The course places emphasize on the role of diet as a contributor to disease and its role in the prevention and treatment of disease. Artifacts will be created for inclusion in a portfolio, which will continue to build throughout the program of study.