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
3 months ago, Jim Langley
CTE Staff and Instructor appreciation post
Thank you for your partnership with our CTE Automotive Technology class! #CTEitsWorking #WBL #AutomotiveTechnology #NAPA
3 months ago, Jim Langley
NAPA Auto thank you WBL
Congratulations to Lily Ward, a current CTE Health Occupations 2nd year student, who recently was awarded a Laker Distinction Scholarship from Mid Michigan College. She plans on attending MMC with a Nursing major. Way to go, Lily! #CTEitsWorking #HealthOccupations #MMC
3 months ago, Jim Langley
Lily Ward Health Occupations MMC Scholarship
CTE Expansion: A Bright Future for Career-Focused Education: Construction is set to begin on a state-of-the-art Clare-Gladwin Career and Technical Education (CTE) building, courtesy of a generous $15 million grant from the State of Michigan's Labor and Economic Opportunity Department. This funding will pave the way for extensive upgrades and expansion at the John C. Magnus Center, providing advantages not only for upcoming CTE students from Beaverton, Clare, Farwell, Gladwin and Harrison but also for the surrounding communities. As part of Michigan's commitment to advancing vocational education, the state’s goal is to increase the percentage of working-age adults with a skill certificate or college degree from 50.5% today to 60% by 2030. This new facility effectively aligns with the state's objectives, addressing skill gaps, supporting economic growth, improving educational access and encouraging fair competition for inclusive development. "The increasing demand for skill-based labor goes beyond our local community and spans throughout Michigan," said CTE Director Eric Johnson. "This expanded facility not only addresses current needs but also positions CTE for future growth, allowing us to add essential program courses for much-needed skill-based positions in the region." The expansion at the Magnus Center will meet the growing demands for CTE programs by creating spacious, modern classrooms, improving program flexibility for future courses, incorporating a 6500-square-foot conference center and providing a state-of-the-art commercial kitchen for the Culinary Arts program. The groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for 3 p.m., Friday, April 5, marking a significant step toward a brighter future for career-focused education in the region.
3 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
CTE Expansion Rendering
CTE Expansion Sign
Thank you for working with our Agricultural Science students! #CTEitsWorking #WBL #AgriculturalScience #GladwinCountyConservation
3 months ago, Jim Langley
Gladwin County Conservation WBL apprecation image
An opportunity coming up for young ladies to experience the Construction Trades field! #CTEitsWorking #ConstructionTrades
3 months ago, Jim Langley
2024 Build Like a Girl Marketing Flyer
In January, the Clare-Gladwin RESD recognizes National School Board Appreciation Month with heartfelt gratitude to our Board of Education. We sincerely thank President Sue Murawski, Vice President Jason Pahl, Secretary Lou Adams, Treasurer Sarah Kile, and Trustee Rick Foote for their unwavering dedication and service to our students, staff, and community. Let's unite in celebrating the contributions of these esteemed school board members this month!
3 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
Thank you Board Members
Thank you for allowing our students to spend time in your classrooms! #CTEitsWorking #WBL #EducationOccupations #FarwellMiddleSchool
3 months ago, Jim Langley
Farwell Middle School WBL CTE Education Occupations picture
Thank you for partnering with our CTE Welding program! #CTEitsWorking #WBL #WeldingTechnology #StageRight
3 months ago, Jim Langley
StageRight Welding WBL appreciation post
Do you know someone interested in becoming a Teacher? Share the news: A session for aspiring teachers on January 16, 2024, will answer questions about available supports for those pursuing a teaching career. Who should attend: -Those with no degree -Those with a degree, but not a teaching certificate -Those with a teaching certificate who want another grade level or subject -Those who work, or want to work, in Clare, Gladwin, or Midland Counties Participants may attend in person or online, with Zoom links for registrants. See the flyer for more details. #CGRESD #TalentTogether
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
Do you Want to be A teacher?
Our final entry in our Introduce the Instructor series is Mr. Jess King, who in partnership with Mid Michigan College, teaches our Advanced Integrated Manufacturing (AIM) program. #CTEitsWorking #IntroducetheInstructor #AdvancedIntegratedManufacturing
4 months ago, Jim Langley
Jess King AIM CTE introduce the instructor series back
Jess King AIM CTE introduce the instructor series back
Are you pregnant and in your 3rd trimester? Are you looking to take a childbirth education class? Register today for this childbirth education class taking place at the Beaverton Activity Center on January 20th. All participants will receive a free pack and play along with a backpack of supplies and information. Register today.https://docs.google.com/.../1FAIpQLSf5EcpnR.../viewform...
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
Childbirth Education
Wishing everyone a safe and joyous New Year from all of us at Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District (CGRESD). Welcome to 2024! #CGRESD #HappyNewYear #Hello2024
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
2023-24 New Year Post
Register your child for Imagination Library today! Children under five years old who live in Clare or Gladwin Counties qualify. Once registered, your child will receive one FREE age-appropriate book a month. #ImaginationLibrary #cgparentnetwork #CGRESD
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
Imagination Library
Do you know someone interested in becoming a Teacher? Share the news: A session for aspiring teachers on January 16, 2024, will answer questions about available supports for those pursuing a teaching career. Who should attend: -Those with no degree -Those with a degree, but not a teaching certificate -Those with a teaching certificate who want another grade level or subject -Those who work, or want to work, in Clare, Gladwin, or Midland Counties Participants may attend in person or online, with Zoom links for registrants. See the flyer for more details. #CGRESD #TalentTogether
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
Do you Want to be a Teacher?
Register your child for Imagination Library today! Children under five years old who live in Clare or Gladwin Counties qualify. Once registered, your child will receive one FREE age-appropriate book a month. #ImaginationLibrary #cgparentnetwork #CGRESD
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
Imagination Library
Wishing you a joyful holiday season filled with warmth and meaningful moments from all of us at Clare-Gladwin RESD. May this time bring you peace, reflection, and the company of those you hold dear. Happy Holidays from CGRESD! #CGRESD #SeasonsGreetings #HappyHolidays
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
2023 CGRESD Happy Holidays
Register your child for Imagination Library today! Children under five years old who live in Clare or Gladwin Counties qualify. Once registered, your child will receive one FREE age-appropriate book a month. #ImaginationLibrary #cgparentnetwork #CGRESD
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
Imagination Library
This year's CGRESD Holiday Card was made using creative designs submitted by students participating in the CGRESD CTE Digital Media Program. With so many excellent entries, it was a difficult task, but after careful consideration, the winners were chosen. Congratulations on the following students selected to present their artwork on this year's Holiday Card!  -Emma, Harrison Community Schools (Cover) -Isabella, Gladwin High School (Back) -Tyler, Clare High School (Inside) -Jaden, Farwell High School (Inside) -Leilani, Gladwin High School (Inside) -Noah, Beaverton High School (Inside) -Aaron, Clare High School (Inside)
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
inside left
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back
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At the holiday playgroup gathering, facilitators supported families in cultivating social connections and peer modeling. The Early On playgroup participated in various activities, including cookie decorating, storytelling, and providing each family with a copy of a book, promoting ongoing learning beyond the event. #CGRESD #EarlyOn
4 months ago, Clare-Gladwin RESD
Holiday Early On Playgroup Gathering
Early On Michigan