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Note: This is a ONE SEMESTER class, beginning in JANUARY 2025.


Instructor: Debbie Tharp


Course Description: This class will introduce the fundamentals of hospitality and personal etiquette.

Course Objectives:

  • Greetings & Introductions – human relational skills

  • Correspondences – Invitations, Responses and conflict resolution

  • Financial planning - economic principles of hospitality

  • Hosting - organizational structure of lodging & spaces

  • Hospitality - responding to guest needs, requests, and concerns. 

  • Table setting & Food Courses – casual & formal settings, party planning menus

  • Identify careers in hospitality

Grade Level: 7th-12th

Class Time: Tuesday 2:35PM-3:50PM

Course Duration: Semester 2 (Jan-May)

Required Book(s): The Ladies’ book of Etiquette and manual of politeness by Florence Hartley, Unreasonable Hospitality

Required Materials(s): 3 ring binder, paper, dividers (7), At home computer device (can be tablet)

Supply Fee: $15 (for Name tags, stationary, cutlery & paperware, gift making materials)

Classroom Expectations:

  • Active Participation during class.

  • Self-ownership: Be in the classroom on time.

  • Ownership: Clean up after yourself; focus on work at hand. If unsure what to do, ask for clarification.

  • Achievement: Complete work on time, bring needed materials.

  • Respect: Respect fellow students and each individual’s creative abilities, listen attentively, follow procedures.

  • Phone Policy: Cell phones will only be allowed during specific times and for class use exclusively as the instructor indicates.

Grading Policies: Grades will be determined by attendance and participation. Completed projects 80%, Attendance 10%, Homework 10%

Grading Scale: 90-100 =A, 80-89=B, 70-79=C, 60-69=D, 50-59=F

Hospitality & Etiquette (Spring 2025)

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