Catawba Valley Medical Center – Partnership Driven Programs

Since 1967, Catawba Valley Medical Center has built strong relationships with the people, businesses and communities throughout the Catawba Valley. As the region’s largest not-for-profit community hospital, the Catawba Valley Medical Center has been a great work-based learning partner with Catawba County Schools for many years.

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CTE Month – Thank You CTE teachers!

February is National Career and Technical Education (CTE) month. Nationally, CTE programs are ever changing to meet the country’s educational and skills development needs.

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Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist visits CCS Classroom

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist shares real-world experiences with Health Science II classes at Maiden High School.  These students have the opportunity to learn about health related careers and follow up the classroom experience with our Summer Health Careers...
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Work-based Learning

Quality work-based learning programs benefit the students, employers, schools, and the community. Benefits for Students Students benefit from work-based learning through: application of classroom learning (both academic and technical) in real-world setting...
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Welding class creates careers for Bunker Hill High students

Another door to a successful future opened up for students at Bunker Hill High on Thursday with the official grand-opening of the school’s brand new welding lab. The program is being done in partnership between Catawba County Schools and Catawba Valley Community...
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Providing students of all ages with the academic and technical skills, knowledge and training necessary to succeed in future careers and to become lifelong learners.

Nondiscrimination Statement

The Catawba County School System offers Career Technical Education Programs for students in grades 6 through 12 at both the middle school and high schools for the 2014-2015 school year. The mission of Career Technical Education in the Columbus County School System is to meet student needs, interests, abilities, and aspirations; and to help empower students for effective participation in an international economy as world class workers and citizens. Career Technical Education Programs are being offered in: Agricultural Education, Business Education, Career Development, Family and Consumer Sciences, Health Occupations, Trade & Industrial Education, as well as High School Internship opportunities.

In compliance with federal law, the Catawba County Schools System and CTE programs administer all educational programs, employment activities and admissions without discrimination because of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, color, age, military status, disability or gender, except where exemption is appropriate and allowed by law.

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination on the basis of handicap in educational programs. Amy Wilson, Director of Programs for Exceptional Children, has been designated to coordinate compliance with Section 504 regulations. She is located in the Catawba County Board of Education Building, 10 East 25th Street, Newton, NC 28658, telephone 828-464-8333.

Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs. If you have any questions or comments about Title IX and/or the Career Technical Education Programs in the Columbus County Schools System, please contact: Mr. Mark Story, Director of Career Technical Education, Catawba County Schools, 10 East 25th Street, Newton, NC 28658, or by phone at (828) 464-8333.

Aviso público

 

El sistema escolar del Condado de Catawba ofrecerá programas de educación técnica de carrera para los estudiantes en los grados 6 a 12 en (las escuelas intermedias) y (secundarias) para el año 2014-2015. La misión de educación técnica vocacional en el sistema escolar del Condado de Columbus es satisfacer necesidades de los estudiantes, sus intereses, habilidades y aspiraciones; y para ayudar a capacitar a los estudiantes para una participación efectiva en la economía internacional como trabajadores de clase mundial y de los ciudadanos. Se ofrecen programas de educación técnica carrera en: Educación agrícola, Educación de negocios, Desarrollo de la carrera, Familia y Ciencias del consumidor, Ocupaciones de la salud, Educación Industrial y comercial, High School secundaria Internship.

En cumplimiento de la ley federal, los programas del sistema de las escuelas del Condado de Columbus y CTE administran programas muy educativos, actividades de empleo y admisiones sin discriminación por raza, religión, origen nacional o étnico, color, edad, estado militar, discapacidad o género, excepto donde la exención es apropiado y permitidos por la ley.

Sección 504 del Acta de rehabilitación de 1973 prohíbe la discriminación por discapacidad en los programas educativos. Amy Wilson, Directora de programas para niños excepcionales, ha sido designado para coordinar el cumplimiento de las normas de la sección 504. Ella se encuentra en la construcción de Junta de educación del Condado de Catawba, 10 East 25th Street, Newton, NC 28658, teléfono 828-464-8333.

Título IX de la enmienda de Educación de 1972 prohíbe la discriminación por sexo en los programas educativos. Si usted tiene alguna pregunta o comentario sobre los programas de educación técnica carrera/título IX o en el sistema de escuelas del Condado de Columbus, póngase en contacto con: El Sr. Mark Story, Director de la carrera de educación técnica, Escuelas del Condado de Catawba, 10 East 25th Street, Newton, NC 28658, Teléfono (828) 464-8333