Mrs. Nancy Robertson
FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE
Mrs. Robertson's Contact information & Daily Schedule
Mrs. Robertson's Parent/Teacher Conferences
Phone: 482-3252 Ext. 320
Best time to contact: Daily 12:30 to 1:20 p.m.
8:49-9:35 Child Development/Parenting
9:38-10:24 Child Development/Parenting
Mrs. Robertson's parent teacher conferences will be held November 2nd & 3rd from 4 to 8 p.m. Please log on to Skyward Family Access to schedule an appointment.
Useful Links Relating to Mrs. Robertson's Classes
*These links are intended to be a helpful resources to students and parents for relationship information.
The Hard Questions: 100 Questions to Ask Before You Say "I Do" by Susan Piver
Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man by Steve Harvey
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John M. Gottman, PH.D. and Nan Silver
Life Strategies: Doing What Works, Doing What Matters by Phillip C. McGraw, Ph.D.
Relationship Rescue: A Seven-Step Strategy For Reconnection With Your Partner by Phillip C. McGraw, Ph.D.
*This page is intended to be a helpful resource for parents and students regarding clothing construction.
About.com-sewing - Free patterns, sewing instructions, lessons, and definitions.
Allcrafts.net - Free sewing patterns for clothing, as well as free patterns for
knitting, and crocheting purses, crafts, quilts, etc.
Clothing and Textiles information - This website has information on textile careers, fabric care, current articles on green technology and much more.
Sewing freebies - Free patterns for window treatments, fleece, no-sew fleece, babies, costumes, pet apparel, clothing and more.
* This page is intended to be a helpful resource for parents and students regarding consumerism.
Consumer Jungle - Helps you navigate your way to becoming a smarter consumer.
Consumer homework links - Great interactive features on topics such as teen finances, ad decoders, cell phone plans, identity theft etc. Includes games. Provided by South Plainfield, NJ library.
Money Skills by VISA - Materials developed by VISA along with advisors from the financial and consumer education fields.
Annual Credit Report - Site set up by the three credit reporting agencies in the US, to furnish free annual credit reports, as required by federal law.
How much car can you afford? - Car loan calculator.
How much house can you afford? - Mortgage calculator.
Retirement Planner - Can you afford to retire? Use this guide to figure out when you can retire and how you can get there.
*These links are intended to be a helpful resources to students and parents for nutrition/food information.
Choose My Plate - Provides information about the new eating guidelines created by USDA.
BMI Calculator - Online tool that calculates body mass index when you enter your height and weight.
Waist to Hip Ratio Calculator - Online tool that calculates waist to hip ration when you enter waist and hip measurements. Created by the University of Maryland Medical System.
Portion Distortion - This website takes you through a quiz on portion sizes and how they have changed over the years. Created by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Still Tasty? - Website that helps us decide what the shelf life of items should be and when they expire.
Butterball - Butterball official website-includes everything you need to know about preparing that holiday dinner!
* This page is intended to be a helpful resource to students and parents for parenting information.
Parents.com - Official website for Parent's magazine. Includes helpful articles for parents with children of all ages on a variety of topics.
WebMD - Provides reliable medical information on pregnancy, children's health, and information on parenting.
Hayneedle.com - 200 specialty stores in one place with lots of fun stuff for babies and kids.