Culinary Arts means “the art of cooking.” Culinary Arts is much more than simply cooking to those involved in the industry. Those working on an education in Culinary Arts can become chefs at small establishments or large, fine-dining restaurants. If you’re comfortable in the kitchen and enjoy the art of cooking, a career in culinary…Details
The Career and Technical Education department traveled to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to attend the Gaetz Aerospace Institute’s District and School Leadership Conference. Our very own Professor of Aerospace Technologies at Fort Pierce Central High School, Dr. Bispham, was one of the panelists for the conference. Dr. Bispham was discussed the growing demand for the sUAS…Details
As part of the Piper Apprenticeship kickoff, Mark Hueter, Engineering Pathways and Technical Design instructor at Lincoln Park Academy and Rafael Ordonez, Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering instructor at Treasure Coast High School, toured Piper Aircraft in Vero Beach. They are pictured here with John Bowman, Senior Manager for Piper Aircraft. Piper Aircraft is a manufacturer…Details
Career Technical Education (CTE) teachers participated in district-wide professional development on Friday October 26th. CTE teachers collaborated on lesson plans and activities to enhance the college and career readiness of students.
CTE educators completed professional development focused on robotics and photonics with IRSC and Best Practices for industry certifications with Certiport representatives. They were also provided with the opportunity to take industry certification exam(s).
St. Lucie Public Schools Criminal Justice students from Fort Pierce Westwood High School, Fort Pierce Central High School, St. Lucie West Centennial High School, and Treasure Coast High School were invited to Keiser University. Students were afforded the opportunity to partake in guided tours, hands-on demonstrations, and an informational session on college scholarships and planning. …Details
Students from St. Lucie Public Schools participated in the annual State of Jobs Conference held at the Port St. Lucie Civic Center. Students were able to follow their desired track in either Healthcare, Professional and Financial Services, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Skilled Trades, or Arts. This event allowed students to connect with post-secondary colleges and universities along…Details
Students from Fort Pierce Westwood High School, Performance Based Academy, and Treasure Coast High School attended a Civil Discourse and Teen Decision Making session at the Federal Courthouse. U.S. Magistrate Judge Maynard and U.S. District Court Judge Rosenberg invited the students to this unique opportunity to have a Federal Courtroom tour and simulation of a…Details
Career and Technical Education Programs expand students’ opportunities for college and career readiness. As the world gets more and more competitive, it’s imperative that we provide the opportunity for students to continue their education beyond high school and train them in the skills that our businesses need today. Our Career and Technical Education (CTE)…Details
CTE Month® is a public awareness campaign ACTE holds each February to celebrate Career and Technical Education and the achievements and accomplishments of CTE programs across the country. “Opportunities for Career Success” is the theme for this year.