What is CTE?
Career Technical Education(CTE) provides students of all ages with the academic and technical skills, knowledge, and training necessary to succeed in future careers and become lifelong learners.
In total, about 12.5 million high school and college students are enrolled in CTE across the nation.
Where can I get more information on CTE classes?
In every Career Center on campus, see the Career Technician and/or visit our CTE District page.
Where does my child go if they miss the bus to their CTE class? Your student reports to the College and Career Center or straight to Room 61 if the Career Tech is not available.
We live near FHS and/or SHS; is it possible for my student to drive to their CTE class?
The district provides bussing for our CTE students. If you have a specific request for a driving permit please see...
Mrs. D’Amico - EHS
Mrs. Liapis - FHS
LeeAnn Noble -SHS
- For second-year programs such as Administration of Justice 2 - students get a driving permit to go to their placement internships, as well as Sports Medicine, and Clinical Med 2.
Can CTE students have their parents drive them to their CTE class if necessary? Can they take the CTE bus back to their school site? YES
May a student take a CTE class if they are enrolled in College Connection as a senior? NO
Who do I call if I need to get my son/daughter out of class for a family emergency?
You may call the school your student is at and ask for the attendance office.