Petal High School
Business & Marketing II
Teacher: Kim Hinton
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Classroom phone: 601-582-0947
Business & Marketing II provides instruction in basic marketing skills. Courses in the program provide a foundation of skills and knowledge related to basic principles of marketing, related economic fundamentals, marketing planning, and sales and distribution. Instruction is also provided on specialized topics related to sports, special events, and entertainment marketing.
Career Technical Organization
Business & Marketing students are encouraged to become a member of Future Business Leaders of America. The mission of FBLA is to bring business and education together through innovative leadership and career development programs. Students participating in FBLA gain communication and networking skills to assist them in life after high school.
The Petal High School FBLA Chapter activities include the following:
- Guest Speakers
- Field Trips
- Leadership Conferences
- Competitive Events
- Fundraising - any funds not used during the school year will remain in the FBLA account.
- Community Service Projects
All FBLA students have the opportunity to participate in Competitive Events. Students compete at the district, state, and national level. Students who compete and place 1st – 6th at the district conference qualify to compete at the state conference. If a student places 1st, 2nd, or 3rd at the state conference, they are eligible to compete at the national conference. The 2019-20 FBLA National Leadership Conference will be held in Salt Lake City, UT during the summer.
Membership dues are $21.00 and should be paid by September 6.
Units of Study
- Introduction to Marketing
- Marketing Planning
- Product/Service Management
- Marketing Information Management
F 64 & Below
Grades will consist of a variety of assignments. These assignments include worksheets, guided notes, online activities, group activities, quizzes, tests, presentations, and participation.
- All assignments are due at the beginning of the class period.
- If a student misses a school day that a test is given, the student must arrange a time to make up the test before or after school.
1st 9-weeks Introduction to Marketing
2nd 9-weeks Pricing
3rd 9-weeks Product/Service Management
4th 9-weeks Selling
Marketing Information Management