Course List

CFISD Courses Requiring Face-to-Face Instruction

All courses are available to both in-person and CFISD Connect students who meet the required pre-requisites.  The nature of some courses may require in-person instruction and demonstration of skills.

CFISD Connect students will have access to the courses listed below through online instruction and face-to-face instruction/activities outside of the school day and/or on Saturdays at a limited number of sites. Students will be required to participate in face-to-face sessions/work-study to meet course credit requirements.  Health and safety guidelines limit the number of seats available.  Information regarding the specific face-to-face time commitments will be available soon.

Courses requiring face-to-face instruction

Fall Semester

Spring Semester

Advanced Floral Design
Audio/Video Production II
 

9 hours per marking period

15 hours per marking period

Fashion Design II
Project-based Research in Fashion Design

9 hours per marking period if the student does not have access to a sewing machine

15 hours per marking period if the student does not have access to a sewing machine

Advanced Culinary Arts
Agricultural Mechanics and Metal technologies
Automotive Technology I
Commercial Foods
Construction Technology I
Culinary Arts
Diversified Manufacturing I
Plumbing I (blocked with Project-based Plumbing)
Precision Metal Manufacturing I
Principles of Manufacturing
Robotics II K
 

18 hours per marking period

30 hours per marking period

Art I Photography
Art II Photography
Art III Photography
Art IV Photography
 



AP Art Photography
Photojournalism

Approximately 8 hours per unit that involves film processing if the student does not have access to a digital camera

18 hours per marking period if the student does not have access to a digital camera (a cell phone will not satisfy the course requirements)

Approximately 8 hours per unit that involves film processing if the student does not have access to a digital camera

30 hours per marking period if the student does not have access to a digital camera (a cell phone will not satisfy the course requirements)

Agricultural Equipment Design & Fabrication
Automotive Technology II
Construction Technology II
Digital Electronics K ARC
Diversified Manufacturing II
Manufacturing Engineering Technology K ARC
Plumbing II
Precision Metal Manufacturing II
Project-based Research in Ag (Ag Mech Focus)
Welding I
Welding II

16 hours every 4 weeks

16 hours every 4 weeks

Veterinary Medical Applications

The amount of face-to-face instruction required will be based on the number of contact hours needed to complete the certification requirement.

The amount of face-to-face instruction required will be based on the number of contact hours needed to complete the certification requirement.

 

Courses that require an approved work/job site, in addition to the online instruction:

Practicum in Ag, Food, and Natural Resources (work-based)
Practicum in Animation (work-based)
Practicum in Architectural Design (work-based)
Practicum in Business Management I/II (work-based)
Practicum in Construction Technology (work-based)
Practicum in Culinary Arts (work-based)
Practicum in Health Science (PharmTech or work-based)
Practicum in Information Technology (work-based)
Practicum in Manufacturing (work-based)
Practicum in Marketing I/II (work-based)
Practicum in STEM (work-based)
Practicum in Transportation Systems (work-based)

 

Course for which the amount of face-to-face instruction required is determined by Lone Star College as part of the required certification prep:

Practicum in Health Science (EMT, CNA)
 

CFISD Courses with Physical Education Substitution Option

All fine arts requirements for the following courses will be completed virtually through the CFISD Connect platform.  Students who wish to receive the PE substitution must participate in after school practices and performances.  These activities will be held in accordance with guidelines from UIL, state and local authorities.

Drill Team
Marching Band

 

Athletics

Participation in athletics will require enrollment in an athletic period and attendance at before and/or after school practices throughout the year as prescribed by the CFISD athletics’ staff.  The amount of time a student will be expected to engage in practice varies depending on in-season and out-of-season workout requirements. All CFISD athletic activities will be held in accordance with TEA and UIL guidelines and expectations.

 

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