• Anthony Palombo

     
    Anthony Palombo

    John F. Kennedy Memorial High School Business Education Department

    Microsoft Word and Digital Presentations Teacher
    Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe Fireworks and Flash Teacher
    Microsoft Excel and Careers Teacher

    Education:
    Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
    Master of Business Administration in Management

    Students in Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe Fireworks/Flash classes will acquire a working knowledge of web publishing software developing proficiencies in Adobe CS5 including Dreamweaver CS5, Photoshop CS5, Fireworks CS5, and Flash CS5, as well as Microsoft Office 2016 web features in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Publisher. Students will enhance design layout and graphic arts skills, critical thinking skills, efficient planning and organizational skills, time management skills, and file management skills through the completion of a variety of assigned tasks and websites creation.

    Students in Microsoft Word classes will acquire a working knowledge in the editing and formatting aspects of word processing.  Students will develop proficiencies in Microsoft Word 2016 and Internet Explorer.  Students will enhance language arts skills, creative writing skills, mathematics skills, critical thinking skills, efficient planning and organizational skills, time management skills, and file management skills through the completion of a variety of assigned tasks and integrated projects.

    Students in Digital Presentation classes will acquire a working knowledge in a variety of applications associated with presentation software. Students will develop proficiencies in Microsoft Office 2016 applications including Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Internet Explorer. Students will enhance language arts skills, creative writing skills, mathematics skills, critical thinking skills, efficient planning and organizational skills, time management skills, and file management skills through the completion of a variety of assigned tasks and integrated projects.
     
    Students in Microsoft Excel classes will acquire a working knowledge in spreadsheet functions.  Students will develop a proficiency in Microsoft Excel 2016 and Internet Explorer.  Students will enter and format cell data, utilize formulas and functions to calculate results, and chart data.  Students will enhance language arts skills, creative writing skills, mathematics skills, critical thinking skills, efficient planning and organizational skills, time management skills, and file management skills through the completion of a variety of assigned tasks and integrated projects. 
     
    Students in Careers classes will investigate potential career options aligned to individual student preferences and identify the educational opportunities available to meet the criteria for successful entry into desired careers.  Students will also search for and identify scholarship, grant, and student loan availability for funding higher education.