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Drew Scheeler

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Business Education Teacher
610-489-1230 x2103

My Classes

The mission of the Perkiomen Valley School District is to provide a rich academic and cultural learning environment that maximizes available resources to assure that all students grow intellectually, socially, and emotionally, attaining the skills necessary to become successful citizens.

Accounting 1
Job hunting is tough these days, but not in accounting and related fields. These jobs will continue to be some of the highest in demand. Do you see yourself in college one or two years from now? How about in business school in the next few years? Perhaps a career in law, corporate management or accounting appeals to you? Or maybe you hope to own a business someday? Even college engineering programs now require some study of accounting. Whether you are planning to go to college, to business school, or directly into the working world, the knowledge and skills you gain from a basic accounting course will prove valuable. Former students report that their first college accounting course was easy after taking accounting in high school.

Introduction to Management/Marketing
In addition to building a solid foundation of management fundamentals, this course introduces students to emerging concepts and issues that are shaping the theory and practice of management. Students discuss quality productivity, customer satisfaction, global management, social responsibility, ethics and other topics that students will encounter both on the job and in any advanced studies. Students will learn the principles of marketing strategy planning, including target market and marketing mix variables with emphasis on key strategy decisions in each area. This course will explore organizational marketing activities including: consumer behavior, marketing research, legal and implementation control, marketing’s link with other functional areas and the challenges and opportunities that exist for marketers.

Personal Finance
Personal Finance is a vital course for high school students and throughout the year we will be looking at the different financial pitfalls young Americans are faced with daily, how to manage them, and how to prevent them from getting into bad financial security. This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to the various concepts associated with personal finance as well as provide a foundation for other financial courses offered here at Perkiomen Valley. Topics include financial pitfalls, budgeting, managing your credit, the different types of credit, paying for college, paying taxes, saving & investment strategies, and banking services. This course is geared toward presenting students the practical knowledge that is necessary for exercising financial decisions.