Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. TreQuan Richardson
Halifax County graduate
Bachelors in Business Management
Graduated from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
Email - email@example.com
The course, Entrepreneurship II, is rigorous and relevant, is based on state and national content standards, and engages technology to teach today’s generation of students. Business and industry representatives reviewed the standards and provided input on the content for this course as one that helps to prepare students for high-skill, high-wage, or in-demand occupational opportunities.
What will this course cover?
1.00 - business planning, business ethics, resources, and risks,
2.00 - costs of starting up and running a business,
3.00 - the impact of product, place, promotion, and pricing,
4.00 - market analysis and planning marketing activities, and
5.00 - accounting procedures to track money flow and determine financial status.
This course teaches students the art of selling and will build on the content from the MI31 Sales I course. Students will further develop their personal brand and will continue to work on communication and customer service skills in addition to learning about pre- and post-sales activities. Students will use role plays to engage in the selling process and will learn to think on their feet. Project-based learning, English language arts, mathematics, and social studies are reinforced.
What will this course cover?
1.00 - Understand sales processes and techniques to enhance customer relationships and to increase the likelihood of making sales.
2.00 - Understand pre-sale activities used to facilitate sales presentations.
3.00 - Understand post-sales follow-up activities to foster ongoing relationships with customers.
4.00 - Understand legal and ethical considerations, regulations, and selling policies.
Classroom Rules & Expectations
As young adults, our students expect to be treated with the same respect that we expect from them. With that being said, rules for the classrooms are:
- Students are responsible for all work assigned
- Respect your teachers (not only me) and your peers
- PLEASE ASK FOR HELP!!!
- Use class time for positive productivity
- No usage of profanity
- Come to class and be great!
Students will be required to bring their personal laptops as tools to complete assignments as well as recieving announcements.
Southeast Collegiate Prep Academy
Regular Bell Schedule
# of Mins
7:40am - 7:55am
8:00am - 9:30am
9:35am - 11:05am
11:08am - 11:48am
Lunch A 11:48 - 12:13
Class: 12:16pm - 1:45pm
Class: 11:51am - 1:21pm
Lunch B 1:21 - 1:45
90 mins for block
25 mins for lunches
4 mins transitions
Total = 119 mins
Approx 30 mins between lunch A&B
1:48pm - 3:15pm
Trojan Triumph Time
Classroom Daily Agenda
Do Now - 10 minutes
Daily review - 15 minutes
Independent practices - 30 minutes
Small groups - 30 minutes
Closure - 5 minutes
*Any and all changes to scheduling will be communicated in a timely manner.*
Office Hours & Class Times
Breakfast - 7:40 am - 7:55 am
1st Block - 8:00 am - 9:30 am
2nd Block - 9:35 am - 11:05 am
TTT - 11:08 am - 11:48 am
3rd Block - 11:51 am - 1:45 pm
4th Block - 1:48 pm - 3:15 pm (Planning Period)