Mr. Rosso and student prepping car for paint
  • The Fundamentals of Retail & Supermarket Careers program exposes students to the essential concepts and principles of retail sales.  Students learn the knowledge and skills required to perform the necessary functions of retail establishments and supermarkets,  including customer service, basic marketing, cash register operations, bagging techniques, bakery preparations, and career readiness skills.  Students have the opportunity to gain practical experience by working in the school store, which is open to the campus community.

     

    Morris County high school students in 10th grade may apply for their 11th and 12th grade year. 

     

Teacher

Mrs. Kimberly Delesky

Phone: 973-627-4600 ext. 278

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Mrs. Kimberly Delesky

Overview of Program


  • Students attend one of two possible sessions (AM or PM) for Share Time programs.

    Morning Session 8:00-10:50am
    Afternoon Session 12:10-2:50pm


    Students earn: 20 Career and Technical Education credits per school year


    Students learn:

    • Food Safety and Sanitation Procedures
    • Supermarket and Retail Business Operations
    • Product Placement and Display Design
    • Effective Communication & Customer Service
    • Money Handling
    • Cash Register Operations
    • General Understanding of Produce
    • Operation of Small Scale Bakery
    • Hot and Cold Beverage Handling
    • Grocery Bagging Techniques
    • Product Inventory Procedures
    • Career Readiness & Exploration
    • Applied Math Concepts
    • DECA-National Student Marketing Organization

    Students are required to:

    • Read and comprehend information at the  elementary level
    • Follow step by step directions
    • Apply basic math skills
    • Work independently
    • Collaborate with peers