Business Education Instructor and BPA Advisor
Hello! and Welcome to Mrs. Lindblom's Home Page

This 2018-2019 school year is up and going!  

I welcome any questions or concerns.  The best way to reach me would be to send me an email at or call at 507-364-8408 (prefer emails if possible).

This school year  I will be teaching 9th grade Exploring Careers, Accounting I & II, Intro to Business, and Personal Finance.  I'm also the BPA advisor at TCU.

Business Professionals of America Student's have taken over operating and managing the school store along with sponsoring the homecoming T shirt sales.

**One added note: All of my courses will be using Moodle this year to assist students**  Please notice the link found under each course.   The course work and due dates will be found on the Moodle sitesmiley. Click on the Google calendar date to see details for daily assignments.


All of my courses have guest access to the course. password--TCUGuest 

***All extended learning assignments are on the course's Moodle page under E-Learning!***



 
Accounting I
This a year long class. Students take this course to learn about business and it becomes a stepping stone to employment in accounting, finance, banking, management, investing, etc. The course includes daily drills, problems, and study guides, while exercising speed, neatness, and accuracy. Accounting I is the prerequisite for Accounting II-Advanced Accounting.
Intro to Business
This course is an introductory course designed to help students discover the business, marketing, management, and information technology career clusters and give students exposure to the different aspects of the business world. Intro to Business will introduce the students to the exciting and challenging world of business. Through the course work, students will increase their knowledge to be a better consumer, a well prepared employee, and an effective citizen in our economy. Students will work with the school store.
Accounting II
Accounting II is also known as Advance Accounting--Prerequisite is Accounting I.
Personal Finance
This course is designed to help students understand the financial world around them; so that they may make wise economic decisions related to their financial affairs. Upon completion of this course, students will have the tools to become rational, competent decision makers; informed, effective consumers; wise savers and investors; and responsible citizens. This class will use a text book and is project oriented with various hands-on learning opportunities and guest speakers. Students will be evaluated on daily work, projects, simulations, and tests. A portfolio will be collected for grade at the end of the semester.
Exploring Careers 9
Career Opportunities: Students will take a critical look what careers are available in the work world today, how to find them and how to achieve the goal of their chosen career. Investigating Careers as related to each individual student. Personal Career Portfolio encourages student to record career information throughout the course so they can gradually build a portfolio.
Tri-City United Public Schools ISD 2905
101 2nd Street NE
Montgomery, MN 56069
Phone: 507-364-8100
Fax: 507-364-8103