Skip navigation links
Home
Students
Family
Schools
Employees
Divisions
Board
Careers
Calendars
Superintendent
Skip navigation links
Career Technical Agricultural Education
Career Pathways
Announcements
Calendar
Links
Shared Documents
Agriculture
Agriscience
Veterinary Science
Architecture, Construction, Communication & Transportation
Automotive Technician
Broadcast & Video Production
Collision Repair
Construction
Flight Operations - Aviation
Graphic Design
Maritime Studies
Metals Technology- Welding
Business and Computer Science
Administrative/Information Support
Computing- Programming
Computer Networking- CISCO
Financial Management Accounting
Financial Management Services
Small Business Development
Interactive Media
Culinary Arts
Education
Early Childhood Education
Teaching as a Profession
Engineering and Technology
Engineering
Engineering-PLTW
Manufacturing
Family and Consumer Services
Consumer Services
Interior Design
Nutrition and Food Service
Government and Public Safety
Firefighting
Law and Justice
Homeland Security and Emergency Services
JROTC- Army
JROTC- Navy
JROTC- Airforce
Healthcare Science
Cosmetology
Medical Services
Nursing
Sports Medicine
Marketing Sales and Services
Marketing Communications & Promotions
Marketing and Management
Travel Marketing & Lodging Management
M. Ann Levett, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools

Savannah-Chatham Co.
Public School System

208 Bull Street
Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 395-5600


Driving Directions:

208 Bull Street
(Admin. Offices)

2 Laura Avenue
(Board Meetings)

© 1998-present
All Rights Reserved




School Location:
Liberal Studies at Savannah High School
Reinforced Academics:
English, Math, Science
Student Organization:
SkillsUSA
Certification Opportunities:
First Responder


Homeland Security & Emergency Services Career Pathway Courses Offered

Homeland Security - This course examines homeland security and terrorism – domestically and internationally. The development of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will be examined in the context of the global terrorist threat and the more general concept of homeland security. Emphasis is on the identification and understanding of appropriate definitions and concepts so that students may critically evaluate the threats present and the range of responses available in our democratic society. A basic overview of historical foundations will be examined. The relationship of homeland security to preparation and response and recovery mechanisms for terrorism, including goals, objectives, and strategies, will be explored. The importance of coordinating various plans and strategies among local, state, and federal government response organizations will be stressed. Students will review the roles and responsibilities of government agencies, non-government organizations, and individual citizens in homeland security.

Emergency Services - This course is designed to provide an overview of the working relationship between various emergency management services within a system of varied resources and functions. During the course of instruction, areas of interest to be explored consist of first aid, fire science, hazardous materials, and emergency prevention and preparedness. Students will be provided with collaborative opportunities in the design of a comprehensive exercise plan intended to enhance ability to respond to emergencies. This course will also provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and conduct simulated disaster exercises to test their emergency operations plan. Finally, this course will provide basic communication skills needed to convey information in emergency and non-emergency situations.

First Responder and Emergency Leadership - This course is designed to offer the student a comprehensive view of the science of emergency care. Students are involved in Emergency Services operation mock scenarios involving triage/mass casualty, extrication of victims in complex access situations, and additional basic skills most commonly associated with the entrylevel career title of First Responder. The students are required to meet both national and intrastate professional guidelines as designated by applicable regulatory agencies such as the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT), and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). This course meets the curriculum content as specified by the United States Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s First Responder’s National Standard Curriculum Guide. Students who meet all National Registry examination requirements have their names and pertinent demographic data entered into the First Responder National Registry.

CTAE Internship - This course is a coordinated occupational employment approach to teaching and practicing the concepts in the industry. This course is an organized internship, arranged by the work-based learning coordinator at each school and with a local employer. This course helps the student to practice and improve employability skills in the industry.