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    Name:Gregg Force
    School:UC Tech
    Subject:Automotive Technology Fundamentals
    Classroom/Bldg. : RM 366/West Hall  
    Phone Ext:337
    ASE Maintenance and Light Repair Fundamentals
    Supplies for 2018-2019 school year as follows:
    1. Work Uniform consisting of:
       A. BLUE button down work shirt short or long sleeve
       B. BLUE uniform style pants
       C. Sturdy work boots
       D. Safety glasses are supplied by the school or students may bring their own "Safety"glasses. 
            Uniforms MUST be dark BLUE shirt and pants.     
            Uniforms can be purchased at a local store such as Walmart or K Mart. Dickies brand uniforms usually hold up well.
            All students are required to wear each component of the above uniform every day as part of shop safety!
             If student is NOT dressed in uniform, they will lose credit for that day!

    2. Combination or key lock for student's locker. The locker will be used to store uniforms, safety glasses, clothes, books and personal items.
    3. Notebook and a folder. Students will be expected to take notes.
    I will be using a free cell phone app called REMIND for both iPhones and androids.  It is an app that will allow me to communicate with parents and students without exchanging cell phone numbers between students and myself. I will be posting homework and assignment reminders as well as class announcements on it. I will be giving out directions on how to sign up the first week of school or see the link at top left of this page.

    ASE Maintenance and Light Repair Fundamentals prepares students to diagnose and repair today's automobiles. Areas of instruction include safety, the use of hand and power tools, basic car service auto preparation and maintenance, engine principals, brakes, fuel, cooling and exhaust systems, shop management, as well as the use of shop computers using industry preferred software such as Mitchell on Demand. Students also work on skills needed to find and maintain employment. Students are being prepared for entry-level positions in the automotive industry. Students may also choose to continue their education in Auto Technology in order to become certified ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) technicians.