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Career & Technical Education

Our Career and Technical Education team coordinates all CTE programs throughout the district for grades 6-12, including Southside and Eastside technical centers and Locust Trace Agriscience Center. We help schools provide students with the skills to move on to college or the workforce and a desire for life-long learning. We also serve as a connection between the schools and our business community, relate school courses to technical opportunities, and develop school/business partnerships and future job possibilities.

The CTE team provides guidance and support in these areas:

  • Alignment of our school programs and career pathways
  • Industry certifications and end of program tests
  • Work-based learning and career exploration
  • Business partnership and program advisory boards
  • Technical dual credit
  • Professional learning with a CTE focus
  • Student organizations such as FFA (agriculture); Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA); Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA); HOSA Future Health Professionals; Educators Rising; DECA; Technology Student Association (TSA); and SkillsUSA

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Contact us

Amanda Wickersham,
director of CTE
(859) 381-2102 

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