The Chattooga County Board of Education members attended a budget training session Tuesday, February 12th in the Board Room.

Listen to the shocking moment when 2-year veteran and Chairman of the Board of Education John Agnew displays his knowledge of one the largest curriculum items on the budget, when he asks “What is CTAE?”.  Assistant Superintendent Jared Hosmer answered Chairman Agnew’s question while the audience sat in stunned disbelief.

The video below was created by the Audio Video Technology and Film class at CHS. All of the footage included in the video depicts CHS students who are involved in CTAE courses at the school. All of the footage is from events and activities that have taken place so far this school year (2018-2019). There are many spectacular things going on in classrooms at CHS and teachers are producing students who are prepared for the world of work and for post secondary education in the 21st Century.

CTAE Programs offered at Chattooga

Agriculture Science

Agriculture Mechanical Systems

Food Animal Systems

Animal Mechanical Systems

Horticulture

Trade & Industry

Carpentry (Electrical, Plumbing, and Masonry are also included in this pathway)

Welding

Automotive

Basic Maintenance and Light Repair

Family and Consumer Science

Early Childhood Education

Nutrition and Food Science

Healthcare Science Technology

Patient Care – CNA

Emergency Medical Responder

Business & Technology – Includes Microsoft Office IT Academy

Dual-Enrollment Mechatronics

Other Pathways:

Fine Arts:

Visual Arts

Band

Chorus

Law and Public safety

Advanced Placement:

If a students takes 2 foreign language courses and AP courses they can satisfy their Advanced Academic Pathway.

Dual Enrollment Courses Currently Offered: Move on When Ready

Advanced Composition

American Lit

British Lit

College Algebra

Interpersonal Relations

Tools for College Success

World History I

World History II

Psychology

Sociology

 

“The CTAE Department at Chattooga High School works tirelessly on a daily basis to ensure our students are prepared for the next steps they choose to take in their lives,” CTAE Program Director, Emily Mobbs said.

9 Career Clusters/15 CTAE Pathways
Approximately 601 students enrolled in CTAE classes
2017 High School CTAE Enrollment – 74.48%
All Middle Schools offer programs in Agriculture, 1 Middle School also offers FACS and Business programs
Advanced Manufacturing Pathway – GNTC Dual-Enrollment
Increase in Pathway Completers:
o 2017-80%
o 2016-68.8%
o 2015-69.46
o 2014-66.2
o 2013-61.0
o 2012-54.5
Enrollment by Pathway
o Agriculture​​​​145
o Construction  ​​​166
o Metals​​​​160
o Healthcare​​​​132                              
o Early Childhood Education63
o Food Science ​​​77
o Business & Technology​​30
o AVF (1st Year)​​​87
o Automotive​​​​131
o Advanced Manufacturing​​4
Work-Based Learning (The 4-day week is a major asset to this program and allows students time to work and full day instead of just afternoons.)
o 2016-2017
Approximately 34 Students enrolled
o 2016-2017
31-38 Students
o Monies earned last year
$151,207.37
o Hours worked by our students last year
20,500

 

State Winners
o Welding team (4 students)
o Individual Welder
o FFA 6 Teams/Individuals qualified for state events (18 students)
o 1 Won state (also named top overall in their event)
National
o Welding team placed #9th
o 1 American FFA Degree
o 1-2nd place in Goat Production SAE Project
Other Accomplishments
o Recent Graduate named Top Student at Tulsa Welding School
o 1st Place in FFA Quiz at ABAC
o Numerous Competitors placed in Region and Area competitions
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