Chapel Hill Unleashed

Chapel Hill Unleashed

  • April 13Kaitlyn King wins Overall Grand Champion at Smith County Junior Livestock Show

  • April 12Payton Wages' UIL Latino Heritage essay to compete at State Academic Writing Banquet in May

  • April 7Boys Varsity Soccer team advances to 4th round of Playoffs

CTE showcases programs

Dasia'Nee McCoy, CTE Writer

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Career and Technology programs showcased their courses for parents and students on Friday, October 27. The event, organized by Bradley Langley and his assistant Kristie Willingham, took place before the senior night home football game.

Outdoor Education teacher, Chad Richardson, had his students demonstrate casting fishing line while Ty Whitworth, Criminal Justice teacher, showed fingerprinting and the process for photographing crime scenes. Gaming teacher, Mark Kennedy displayed robots and technology. Ready, Set, Teach students and teacher, Lori Center, created “Rag Bears” for the Shiner’s to give to sick hospitalized children. Cosmetology, also taught by Lori Center, did face painting and hair-braiding. Chris Johnston, Woodworking & Power Tools teacher, demonstrated a corn hole game they designed and they showed off their work.Culinary Arts teacher, Leslie Rasco, and her students shared BBQ samples from their cookoff competition, while Margaret Reyna and her Café students served popcorn, cotton candy, and snow cones.

“The showcase would have been more enjoyable if it wasn’t so frigid cold. I love the people and I enjoyed giving out information for our program”, said Reyna. “I also love our program because it offers a variety of jobs to a variety of students.”

Alexandra Smith, KBTV teacher, went around with her students for news casting and to get interviews. Engineering and Architecture teacher, Benjamin Dieter, as well as Print Shop teacher, Michael Tavenner, showed off their exhibits of work along with, Welding Technology teacher, David Woods . Kimberly Taylor, Floral Design teacher,  displayed flower arrangements and clay pots created by her students. Agricultural Science students set up a petting zoo with new teacher and FFA sponsor, Kenneth Carnes. Jessica Otte’s students took photos for the Photojournalism program and passed out business cards for their Capture Me Chapel Hill website.

“I feel like we did a good job speading the work on what CTE has to offer”, said Newspaper student Kristy McGaughey.

CTE classes will host a middle school tour for 8th grade students in December. Upcoming freshmen will have an opportunity to decide thier four-year plan after seeing what programs are available.

 

 

 

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • CTE showcases programs

    Showcase

    Dancers highlighted at Galveston competition

  • CTE showcases programs

    CTE (Career & Tech)

    Agricultural Fabrications course grows

  • CTE showcases programs

    Fine Arts

    Band advances to All-State

  • CTE showcases programs

    News

    Dean seen throughout the District

  • CTE showcases programs

    Academics

    Football players receive academic honors

  • CTE showcases programs

    Sports

    Boys powerlifting medals at State

  • CTE showcases programs

    Academics

    Computer students achieve success

  • CTE showcases programs

    CTE (Career & Tech)

    TAFE competes at State

  • CTE showcases programs

    Academics

    Cosmetology class creates custom looks

  • CTE showcases programs

    Academics

    Wages wins Stock Market State Essay

CTE showcases programs