The Career Technical Education (CTE) Department of Cherokee County Schools will be sharing CTE student spotlights throughout the 2018-2019 school year. Each grading period, a student currently enrolled in a CTE course, will be chosen for the CTE student spotlight. We are delighted to introduce the students chosen from our second grading period.
Andrews High School – ZACHERY SHEPPARD
Nominated by our CTE teacher, Bill Batemen. Zach is a 12th grade student at AHS and currently enrolled in the CTE class, FIREFIGHTER III. Zach will graduate in May as an Emergency and Fire Management Services pathway completer. He is currently a junior member of the Andrews Fire Department, a member of the AHS football team and works for James Reid Tree and Lawn Service. His tentative plan is to attend Brevard College in the fall and major in Exercise Science.
Hiwassee Dam High School – CHLOE HARRELSON
Nominated by our CTE teacher, Lynn Barry-Toth. Chloe is a 12th grade student at HDHS and currently enrolled in the CTE class, PHARMACY TECHNICIAN and completed HEALTH SCIENCE II last semester. Chloe will graduate in May as a Health Science pathway completer. She plans to attend UNC Chapel Hill and become a pharmacist.
Murphy High School – ISAAC BROWN
Nominated by our CTE teacher, Amanda Johnson. Isaac is a 10th grade student at MHS and currently enrolled in DIGITAL MEDIA I and completed FOODS I last semester. Isaac stated he enjoyed taking FOODS I last semester because it taught him "real life" skills he will use when he becomes independent or has a family.
To learn more about these CTE classes and programs please contact the Career Development Coordinator, Meridith Jorgensen at email@example.com
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