Culinary Arts/ Early Childhood Ed. and SkillsUSA
On May 28th SkillsUSA hosted a recruiting event to spread interest in SkillsUSA. This event was organized and run by Oliver Rosa - President-Elect 20-21, Caitlin Nelson - President-Elect for 21-22, and Caleb Mouat - State SkillsUSA President. All three students spoke about what SkillsUSA has brought them. At the end of the event, students were asked to indicate if they were interested in joining next year, 17 students said they were.
Caleb will be competing in Extemporaneous Speech at Nationals in June.
Early Childhood Ed. students have been studying Blood Borne Pathogens and First Aid/CPR. They will complete their training and become certified in both by June 10th.
ECE students have also registered for their Dual Credits with LCC. If they earn a B or better for the year they will have earned 15 college credits and the Initial Early Childhood Education Certificate from LCC.
Culinary Arts students are completing a seafood unit that has included squid, steamer clams, shrimp, and fish.
The automotive students have been rebuilding engines (2 Chevy V8 5.7L 350's, 1 Chevy V8 5.3L LS, 1 Chevy V6 2.8/3.1L, and 1 Ford I6 200) while also learning about wheels, tires, suspension, and braking systems.
The metals classes have been working on welding, laser engraving, 3D printing, and practicing stick and MIG welding with our new VR welding simulator.
This week in Applied Math they are making electric airplanes by shaping wings out of foam.
All agriculture students have completed their required Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) projects for 2020-21 and have dedicated more than 900 hours to job placement and service projects in the community.
Horticulture students have completed and received up to four industry-recognized OSHA training certificates in: