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The CTE Department ended 2018 on a
high note and are looking forward to a
happy and productive new year!
On December 6th we hosted visitors from
the School Board, City Council, and State
Representatives. They were given a tour
of our programs and were able to see our
students in action.
The Mechatronics classes at CHS helped fulfill
the Christmas wish of a young boy with
different abilities. The students brainstormed to
determine how to customize a Wild Thing to fit
his special needs. They added a remote
control, supportive chair, lighting, bluetooth
speakers, and a dinosaur theme. A special
switch was also installed to give him the ability
to control it himself. This will give him a sense
of independence and the chance to play and
interact more with his friends.
CHS Cosmetology competed against
Bradley High School in a fantasy styling
competition which included hair, makeup,
nails, and costume styling. The students
came up with original characters based
on the theme "Candyland". CHS won 1st,
2nd, 3rd and Audience Choice awards.
All money collected was donated to the
American Cancer Society.
Fall Semester Business students earned
dual credit at Cleveland State
Community College in Computer
January - February
Automotive students explored postsecondary
opportunities with the National
Guard. They brought 2 Humvees for the
students to check out
Avaition, Automotive, Engineering and
JROTC students had an opportunity to
hear from Astronaut Hoot Gibson, who
commanded 4 missions in space and was
copilot for another.
Patty Thomas, CTE Supervisor of Alcoa
Schools visited the Avaiation Academy
and tries out the Redbird Flight
The Raider Trader is going strong this
semester! Students are learning how to
operate a business.
Advanced Cosmetology students practice
on manikin heads and each other.
Criminal Justice students
learn about the different areas
of law enforcement and the
different uniforms and
equipment each requires.
Criminal Justice 3 students
review evidence that has
Student practices to
improve skills for
CHS Live welcomes a
new daily live show crew
CHS Live recorded
and interview between
Dr. Dyer and Dawn
Robinson, Board Chair
for an rezoning
from the Raider
used the plasma cutter
to create a sign for
Level 1 Certification
loves the PLTW lab
members work to
complete robot for
A&P students learn
anatomical terms by
Studying sutures, ligaments,
and tendons in pigs' feet.
create games to teach
Ross students about
EMS students practice
proper use of backboards
and body mechanics.
Sports Medicine students
recreate the knee ligaments
RaiderTV's new crews. Working hard,
being creative, and filming great morning
7th grade Business Communications
professionally present Technology and Business
students learn to design,
measure and frame.
Students use Legos to learn about simple
machines, distance, and building.
7th grade students are eager to learn about
Students study the brain.
Medical Science students are excited to learn
about Scurvy Pirates.