We enjoyed hosting Roy High School for their Career Exploration activity at WSU. The students spent 4 hours with us as they rotated in groups through a campus tour, a hands-on Anatomage table demonstration, tours of the plasticized cadaver lab, and the simulations lab. There were 45 students (one which happened to be a NUAHEC Scholar, to our surprise).
We're excited about our NUAHEC Scholars upcoming high school graduations. They complete our program on May 17th and will receive a certificate of completion, a letter of congratulations from Dean Simonian, Dr. Magill, and Dr. Briesacher as well as the coveted first edition NUAHEC Scholar graduation medal. Just in time to wear their medal during their (8 different) high school graduations the following week. It's been a privilege to have them in our program and to develop what we hope will be lifelong relationships with each of them.
Fremont High School had their feeder Junior High Schools come to Fremont and learn about CTE courses offered before the 9th graders register for high school.
Weber FFA students at Lomond View Elementary. They were presenting Food for America. Discussing where food comes from and how it is processed.
For the month of December the CTE office worked with the Roy High Clubs and classes to collect socks for the Lantern House in Ogden. Socks are the #1 most requested clothing item at homeless shelters. No one should go without warm, dry socks. Everyone deserves Warm Feet!
All courses that are needed to complete the following pathways are available through the district. You may also be a pathway concentrator in several pathways not listed.
Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Architecture & Construction
Arts, Audio/Visual Technology & Communications
Business, Finance & Marketing
Education & Training
Engineering & Technology
Health Science Clinical Laboratory Science
Therapeutic Clinical Services
Hospitality & Tourism
Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security Public Safety & Law Enforcement
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Automotive
Each Pathway has required foundation courses and elective courses needed for completion. Students who successfully obtain 3.0 credits in a specific career pathway will receive a CTE Pathway Recognition Award and Certificate. Students who obtain 1.5 credits are considered a concentrator in that pathway. (Pathways may vary from school to school within the Weber School District.)