In celebration of CTE month, Mr. Hancey's manufacturing class created a phone stand for every teacher at Mountain High School. This was a great opportunity for students to work together. Kudos to Mr. Hancey and his students.
On December 12, 2019 the Farmington High School ProStart team showcased their talents in the kitchen! They created a yummy green salad, rolls, and a wonderful mushroom chicken with green beans. They also made a divine dessert! Best wishes with your competitions this year!
Congratulations to Syracuse High student, Michael, a member of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) National Chapter. He had the honor and privilege of playing in the band at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. Click here at 1:01:40 to see him announce one of the songs on stage in the third general session! Thanks, Michael, for representing Davis School District and performing so well!
Northridge High partners with Davis Technical College to open the Welding Program. Benjamin Godwin from Davis Tech is the instructor getting the students excited for the program!
Automotive Students at Syracuse High rank No. 1 with Ford Motor Company's Automotive Career Exploration program. Officials from Bountiful Performance Ford congratulate the students with a brief ceremony and swag. The partnership also means students will get to work on donated transmissions and engines from Ford.
Today, Chevron Fuel Your School awarded Clearfield High School students with the equipment and supplies for the school's robotics program. Thank you, Fuel Your School, for investing in our students! Your donations brighten futures! Click here to watch a video featuring the underwater robots and here for the Ogden Standard Examiner Article.
Have you thought about life after high school and what your future will look like? Have you thought about where you might work or what you might do for a job? Are you worried about paying for college? Have you wondered how to earn a scholarship or financial aid? Have you heard of concurrent enrollment? Do you wonder about the college credits and what they are good for, or do they transfer from university to university? Do you want a job out of high school that pays better than minimum wage and has an opportunity for career growth? NextStep Night was an opportunity for you to get answers to those questions. Industry leaders from Health Information, Hospitality, Education, Construction Management, Information Technology and more were available to talk to you about your future. There were breakout sessions covering scholarships and financial aid, and how to qualify for them. NextStep had people from Weber State coming to answer all of your questions about Concurrent Enrollment. At NextStep Night representatives from the Davis Technology College showcased the programs that they offer on their campus. Students and parents were invited to NextStep night to learn how to graduate high school with a job that pays double and even triple minimum wage. NextStep Night was held October 8th from 6-8 at Northridge High School or October 9th from 6-8 at Woods Cross High School. What is your NextStep? Contact your high school CTE Coordinator for more information.