Glen Oaks President David Devier laments about the loss of “shop” classes in Michigan middle and high schools. He argues the only way to “undo these detrimental decisions in local school districts is to enact new curricula that bring back hands-on experiences.”
Students from St. Joseph County’s Intermediate School District Career Technical Education’s (CTE) Public Safety program will be recognized at the Michigan State Capitol this week as part of the CTE Showcase. The students will visit Lansing on Thursday to explain what the public safety program is, what they’re doing in and outside of the classroom, and what they hope to accomplish.
The St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education (CTE) Consortium recently recognized several students who were nominated by their instructors for their outstanding performance during the first semester.
The City of Sturgis recently joined forces with the St Joseph County Intermediate School District’s Career and Technical Education program to provide courses next fall for Sturgis High School students in the culinary and hospitality fields.
St. Joseph County CTE students recently took first place in the Michigan Industrial Technology Education Society (MITES) Residential Construction competition.
Centreville junior Briley Kelley and Constantine junior Carter McGee were introduced at Monday’s St. Joseph County Intermediate School District Board of Education meeting as the county’s first registered high school apprentices.
The St. Joseph County Career & Technical Education (CTE) Consortium congratulates students who have distinguished themselves in their CTE programs and have been selected “CTE Student of the Semester” for the first semester of 2020-21.