CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATIONCAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Bruce Honings Law Enforcement High School B-208 Lann Perkins Culinary Arts High School E-104 Thomas Bennett Business Management High School E-105 Jared Faust Architecture Design and Engineering High School E204 Stuart Dunn Agriculture High School A-204 Brandon Noto Agriculture High School GMR Courtney Klingler Health Science High School E-202 Chelsey Cox Yearbook High School D-107 Tanya Lanmon Consumer Science High School C-102 Carl Matejka Business/AV Production High School E-102 Karen Vaughn Commercial Photography High School E-107 Linzi Roach Forensic Science & Anatomy & Physiology High School G-204 Dollie Petrosky Floral Design High School E-207 Carol Cabe Food Science High School C-201 Kody Allred AVID High School B-209 Kara Sauser Health Science High School
The Career and Technical Education (CTE) is a department of Santa Fe I.S.D. which offers programs that are dedicated to preparing young people to manage the dual role of family member and wage earner. CTE enables students to gain entry-level positions in high-skilled, high-wage jobs while they continue their education.
We embrace an attitude of continuous improvement by keeping abreast of current trends in business and industry. It is through the involvement and teamwork among members of the Santa Fe Independent School District family, parents and our business and post-secondary partners that we are able to provide relevant "real world" experience coupled with high academic standards which greatly enhance our students' future successes.
Career and Technical Education is a great way for students to prepare for the highly technological and competitive workplace of the 21st century.
CTE Program Areas Include:
*Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
*Architecture and Construction
*Arts, Audio/Video Technology and Communications
*Business Management and Administration
*Education and Training
*Law Enforcement Education
*Hospitality and Tourism
*Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security
Visit Career Counseling at Your High School See your Counselor and visit the Career Center at the High School
*Texas Education Agency (TEA): www.tea.state.tx.us
*Career and Technical Home Page: www.tea.state.tx.us/cte/index.html *
Texas Workforce: www.tracer2.com
*Region 4 Education: www.esc4.net
CTE HONOR SOCIETY
The National Technical Honor Society is a fairly new organization that recognizes students who have excelled in the area of Career and Technology classes. Sponsors are Ms Tanya Lanmon and Ms Karen Vaughn.
To be eligible for membership a student must meet the following criteria:
Be a Junior or Senior
Have or is currently taking a CTE elective course
Have an overall unweighted GPA of 3.0 or higher
Have a 85 or higher in all CTE classes taken or currently taking
Did not exceed days 9 or more absences per semester unless excused
Have not been in ISS, AEP, suspended or expelled for disciplinary reasons
Have a satisfactory rating or higher by evidence on the candidate instructor nomination form completed by any CTE teacher and one other teacher
The society has many exciting activities planned for the upcoming school year and will be inducting more members.