The 7th entry in our CTE student and program showcase is Donavin Marshall from Diesel Technology. #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth #StudentandProgramShowcase #ClarePublicSchools
Join us in recognizing Public Schools Week, Feb. 26 - March 1, 2024! Public schools are the backbone of our society, nurturing future leaders. Let's celebrate the achievements and dedication of our educators! #CGRESD #CTE #PSW24 #PublicSchoolProud https://www.publicschoolproud.org
How about a second helping from our CTE student and program showcase? Here's Kenadee Overton from the Culinary Arts program. #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth #StudentandProgramShowcase #HarrisonCommunitySchools
We start our week off with Jack Cutlip, a CTE student and program showcase from our Health Occupations program. #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth #StudentandProgramShowcase #FarwellAreaSchools
Happy Friday everyone! Our CTE student and program showcase today is Madison Forfinski from Agricultural Science. #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth #StudentandProgramShowcase #FarwellAreaSchools
Up next for our CTE student and program showcase is Josie Dungerow from Criminal Justice. #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth #Student+ProgramShowcase #GladwinCommunitySchools
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From CTE Welding Class to Work-Based Learning: Landon Sharp Gains Real-world Experience - Landon Sharp, a second-year CTE welding student at Harrison High School, gains hands-on experience in his work-based learning position at Smith Truck Body. Specializing in upfitting commercial trucks with Hooklifts and Rolloffs to Flatbeds, Smith offers wetline hydraulic kits, repair, and refurbishment for diverse models. As an installation mechanic, Landon reflects on applying skills from the CTE welding class, stating, "I use many of the skills I gained in my welding class. Everything I practiced with MIG welding there, I put into action here." He adds, "At Smith, I am learning even more about welding, particularly overhead welding and understanding the dos and don'ts in specific situations." Landon originally enrolled in the CTE welding class because he was uncertain about his career path. He recalls, "I didn't know what I wanted to do, and honestly, I didn't want to be in school. Welding sounded fun, so I decided to give it a try," and it turned out to be something he enjoyed. This led him to sign up for a second year at CTE. Working at Smith Truck Body, Landon does a bit of everything—electronics, hydraulics, welding, and fabrication. When asked about what he's learned, Landon says, "I've picked up electrical skills like wiring lights and entire towers. Also, I know about hydraulics and how to operate hoists. Working here is more than just welding and I've learned so many new skills I wouldn’t have gotten without this opportunity." For future CTE welding students, Landon recommends trying work-based learning (WBL) when Welding Instructors Phil and Nick offer it. “This opportunity will help you understand the difference between practicing in a lab with classmates and the actual world” he said. “"It's more than just assignments from Phil and Nick – it's about being in the field, learning from experienced people in the industry." When asked about his plans after high school, Landon said he intends to stay and gain more experience at Smith Truck Body. However, he envisions transitioning into the pipeline industry as a long-term goal. Landon's success shows how CTE programs can turn students into skilled professionals. His story is an inspiration for other students interested in welding, and it shows how CTE education can lead to promising careers. CTE "Its Working!"
ETS Paraeducator Testing is available at Clare-Gladwin RESD. For information and registration dates, please contact Stacey Beebe by clicking this link https://bit.ly/3wdY7sl .
The CGRESD wishes everyone a very Happy Valentine's Day! #CGRESD
CTE ... it's working! Graphic designed by Tyler Jarosiewicz, a CTE Digital Media student. #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth
The next CTE student and program showcase is Colton Kleinhardt from Digital Media. #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth #Student+ProgramShowcase #ClarePublicSchools
The Clare-Gladwin Career & Technical Education (CTE) program proudly acknowledges and congratulates the exceptional students who have been named "Students of the Marking Period" for the second period. These students have demonstrated outstanding commitment, dedication and excellence in their respective CTE classes, as recognized by their teachers. The following students have earned this prestigious recognition: Conner Christian of Beaverton (Advanced Manufacturing); Madison Jones and Siara Gilmore of Clare (Agricultural Science); Jacob R Cuddie of Gladwin and Matthew M Firman of Farwell (Automotive Technology); Alex Krzyzanowski of Clare, Alexander Yost of Gladwin and Cody Muma of Beaverton (Construction Trades); Blake Davenport of Harrison and Drew Hoag of Gladwin (Criminal Justice); Riley Baxter and Jasmin Fischer of Farwell (Culinary Arts); Donavin Marshall of Clare (Diesel Technology); Angie Snow of Harrison and Nik Mattoon of Gladwin (Digital Media); Kalli McGraw and Javier Beavers of Clare (Education Occupations); Hunter Rouleau and Taylor Shull of Harrison (Health Occupations); and Wyatt VanBuskirk of Farwell and Emily Morgan of Gladwin (Welding Technology). The CTE administration and staff extend their congratulations to these students for their commendable performances and valuable contributions to their programs. This acknowledgment highlights their persistent efforts in striving for high standards. The Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District remains committed to fostering a supportive and empowering learning environment for all students in the CTE program. These outstanding individuals serve as inspiring examples for their peers, embodying the values of the CTE program. For more information about the Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District's Career & Technical Education program, please contact CTE Director Eric Johnson at 989.386.9334
An unforgettable day at Area School as our students clinched victory against the staff in the Special Olympics Basketball showdown! A celebration of inclusion, and teamwork, our students showed incredible skill and sportsmanship, securing a well-deserved win. Kudos to our amazing staff team for their spirit and support! This event was a beautiful display of our community coming together, cheering, and sharing moments of school pride! Thank you to all who supported and participated, making this day truly special. #AreaSchool #SpecialOlympics #StudentWin
Thank you, RAM Builders, for your CTE Construction Trades partnership! #CTEitsWorking #WBL #ConstructionTrades
During CTE Month, we'd like to spotlight at least one student from each of our 11 CTE programs through our Student and Program Showcase. First up, Grayson Rodgers from Education Occupations. #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth #Student+ProgramShowcase #FarwellAreaSchools
National School Counseling Week is observed from February 5-9. Big thanks to Margie Dill, our amazing CTE counselor, for all her hard work and support. Margie, your dedication means the world to us! #CTEitsWorking #CGRESD #NSCW
By the numbers, CTE is working! Design created by Digital Media student, Tyler Jarosiewicz. #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth
The Clare-Gladwin RESD would like to share their heartfelt appreciation for the CTE staff and instructors. Their dedication and passion help light the path for student success. Thank you for all you do! #CTEitsWorking #CTEMonth