February Is Career and Technical Education Month!
Be HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY and Celebrate with Us!
Career and Technical Education Commanders
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Commanders recently won first place for their theme, exhibit and presentation in Chatham County's Business Expo that was held October 29, 2013 at Pittsboro Ford. Our theme for this year is "Get a Job Jack!" to emphasis to our students the importance of being Career and College Ready!
Pictured from left to right:
(bottom row) Beth Seawell, CTE Administrative Assistant; Loretta Batchelor, Career Development Coordinator, Jordan-Matthews High School; Darlene Evans, Special Populations Coordinator; Geraldine Kirk and Robin Stevens
(top left row), Instructional Management Coordinators, and DeLisa Cohen, Career Development Coordinator, Northwood High School (not pictured) Raymond Caviness, Career Development Coordinator, Chatham Central High School; Dr. Kelly Batten, Executive Director of Secondary Education and CTE
Each year during the month of February, Career and Technical Education(CTE) students, educators, and stakeholders have the opportunity to highlight what’s happening within individual program areas. CTE prepares students for success in college, careers, and life. Our students are our most valuable resources. They gain skills, technical knowledge, academic and real world experiences to prepare for high skill, high demand high wage careers to keep America working.
Join us in celebrating Chatham County CTE students, events, and successes. There will be CTE highlights throughout the month of February. Be on the lookout and Be HAPPY, HAPPY, HAPPY in celebrating with us!
The Triad Leadership Conference at UNC-G was in October 2013, and the Triad Regionals at Orange High School were on January 4th, 2014.
Northwood Curriculum Fair
Northwood Curriculum Fair night for rising Freshmen and their parents on February 4, 2014
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