CTE Month Celebration

Attributions: 
by Diane Hartman, CTE Counseling Coordinator
Michael Creviston, Computer Programming student
Jacob Malone, Desktop Publishing_Newspaper student

February was CTE month at Springville High School.  The celebration began with balloons, career pathway flyers, and CTE class bookmarks. On February 2, Springville High CTE teachers and counselors hosted a “CTE Fair” in the main gym during lunch.  Teachers shared exciting activities happening in their CTE classes; in return, students received detention credit and an ice cream bar for attending. 

Teachers continued throughout February to share career information related to their classes.  In addition, a texting poll challenge was held, as were live interviews of CTE teachers on morning announcements.

A BINGO scavenger hunt encouraged students to seek out answers to questions about CTE classes and teachers at Springville High. Those who completed the full scavenger hunt were entered into a drawing at the end of the month.  The winner received a gift certificate to the Red Devil Den Bookstore.

CTE month ended with a mini career fair in which 18 representatives from businesses, colleges, and military divisions met with students during lunch to stimulate interest in a variety of careers. All in all, students learned in February that Career and Technical Education classes at Springville High lead to great careers and successful futures.