CTE News - Catawba County Schools
2018 CTE Summer Conference July 22-26, 2018 Greensboro, North Carolina Sheraton-Four Seasons Registration will open in the Spring of...
Put your smart phones and video cameras to good use by creating a 2 minute video to promote farm safety and health. Deadline is 12/1/17. All videos will be posted on the NC Agromedicine Institute website: www.NCagromedicine.org Video file, submission form and...
The following five key components are necessary to consider when building a successful CTE Program.
Out of 32 teams, Catawba County Schools First Robotics team at Saint Stephens High School finished 3rd overall in last week’s competition.
SkillsUSA Northwest Region Saint Stephens High school is preparing our students for careers through our CTSOs. Students have been preparing for weeks and today it paid off.
Catawba County Schools CVCC CCP students won 4 out of the top 5 spots qualifying to go to state competition in April.
On February 23rd, at Maiden High School, we honored Catawba County Schools CTE students from Maiden High and Fred T. Foard that met the requirements for acceptance into the NTHS membership.
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.
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.
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...