Coach McEwan

Phone: 469-219-2150 ext. 71301

Email:

Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelors of Science Generalist 4-8 EC- 12 Special Education EC- Health EC-12 Physical Education EC-12 Drivers Education 6-12

Coach McEwan

Welcome Back Eagles!!!! My family and I are very excited to be part of the Rogers Eagle Family and Prosper ISD. This year I will be teaching College and Career Education, Health & Physical Educaiton. We hope you have had a great summer and are excited for the new year.  A little bit about myself,  I graduated with Honors from The University of Houston with a Bachelors of Science. Along the way I played football for Navarro College and Midwestern State University.   I am eager to continue the academic excellence of PISD and help foster a very active lifestyle. 
  • My conference is 5th period 11:30 -12:15

    Tutorials are by appointment, usually 7:30 AM.

    1st Period, College & Career Ed. P203A

    2nd Period, Health P203A

    3rd Period, Health P203A

    4th Period Physical Education, Gym

    5th Conference

    6th Period, Health P203A

    7th Period, Health P203A

    8th Period Baseball HS

     

    Unit 1: Personality & Career Explorations

    • Personality Assessments that match with careers
    • Exploring the 16 Career Clusters

    Unit 2: High School Plan

    • Goal Setting
    • Digital Footprint
    • Career Clusters Project
    • 4 year HS plan (understanding credits in HS & choosing an endorsement)

    Unit 3: College

    • Exploring Colleges & Trade Schools for desired career
    • College Entrance Requirements
    • FAFSA, Scholarships, Grants, Student Loans
    • College Tuition Project

    Unit 4: Financial Foundations

    • Paystub Vocabulary (including insurance, taxes, net/gross income, etc.)
    • Salary Research Project 
    • Budget Project
    • Credit Score

    Unit 5: Professional Choices

    • Soft Skills in the Workplace

    Unit 6: Career 

    • Resume
    • Business Card
    • Job Applications
    • Interviewing

      

    Grading Procedures

    Projects/Major Grades (60%)

    • Projects will be given to allow an opportunity to explore real-world problems and challenges and acquire a deeper understanding
    • Time Management Grade - One summative grade is given every 9 weeks and a 100 is entered at the start of the nine weeks. Students can lose points for late work, unprofessional emails to the teacher, group work participation, time management and on task in class, etc. 
    • Digital Portfolio - At the completion of each unit there will be a portfolio grade. 

    Minor Grades (40%)

    • In class assignment grades will be based on participation and completion of activities done in class