Sumner County Schools
Volume 3, Issue 1, September 2018
2017-2018 Year in Review
- Certified EKG Technician - 2 students
- Certified Nursing Assistant - 31 students
- Cosmetologist - 6 students
- MOS-PowerPoint - 21 students
- MOS-Word - 37 students
- NCCER Core Curriculum - 20 students
- NIMS - 3 students
- ServSafe Food Manager - 3 students
- Culinary Arts (Nashville State CC) - 12 students
- Health Science (Welch) - 23 students
- Law Enforcement Services (Vol State CC) - 21 students
- Machining Technology (TCAT Hartsville) - 20 students
- Medical Terminology (Vol State CC) - 16 students
- Nursing Services (TCAT Hartsville) - 23 students
- Office Management (TCAT Hartsville) - 23 students
- Various Agriculture courses (UT-Martin) - 7 students
New Sumner County CTE Teachers
- Ann-Hali Blewett - Marketing at White House High School
- Kathie Clouse - Health Science at Hendersonville High School
- Sean Corbitt - Business at Gallatin High School
- Hailey Gates - Agriculture at Hendersonville High School
- Paul Good - Health Science at Hendersonville High School
- Andrea Gowan - Health Science at Hendersonville High School
- Danielle Green - Health Science at White House High School
- Kelly Gulleman - Business at Merrol Hyde Magnet School
- Kathleen Homer - Human Services at Gallatin High School
- Anthony Lake - Business at Hendersonville High School
- Darby Lopes - Fashion Design at Station Camp High School
- Natalie Lurry-Boddie - Business at Station Camp High School
- Renee Maynard - Agriculture at Station Camp High School
- Cayce McDonald - Agriculture at Beech High School
- Cara Skinner - Marketing at Beech High School
CTE Professional Learning Day
Hendersonville Lions Club had 24 teams show up to BOWL FOR KNOWLEDGE! Lots of Fun was had and LOTS of money was raised for a deserving visually or hearing impaired Vol State student! A special thanks to HHS SKILLS USA Group!
Gallatin High School Criminal Justice Club
HHS Engineering Program
This year, Hendersonville High School started an Engineering Pathway for CTE. Students can take Introduction to Engineering and Principles of Engineering. In the intro class, students are designing and prototyping a puzzle cube. Students had to design a 3x3x3 puzzle, sketch the design, model the design in Fusion 360, prototype the design with wooden cubes and then 3D print the final design. Here are some pictures of the process.
HHS Computer Science
Beech High School - Early Childhood Education
Westmoreland High School - Welding
Portland High School CNA Program
Gallatin High School - Culinary Arts
HHS - Interior Design
White House FFA Horse Judging Teams
Congratulations to the White House FFA horse judging teams. They won the TN Walking Horse Celebration championship and 2nd place in the senior non-reasons category in Shelbyville on Saturday, August 25. They also won 2nd place in the senior reasons category.
Team members winning the championship were Katelynn Landers, Irelynn Bates, Aren Butterworth, and Connor Stewart. Winning 2nd were Jillian Haley, Kolvin Oaks, Cain Michael, and Jaycee Whitaker. Winning 2nd in the reasons division were Katie Winans, Tori Roaden, Dylan Mullins and Anneka Staley.
The following students placed in the individual non-reasons categories:
Aren Butterworth - 9th overall
Kaitlynn Landers - 4th overall, 9th halter, 3rd performance
Cain Michael - 3rd overall, 4th halter, 6th performance
Kolvin Oaks - 2nd overall, 5th halter, 2nd performance
Irelynn Bates - 1st overall, 10th halter, 1st performance
Jaycee Whitaker - 8th halter
Jillian Haley - 7th halter
Senior reasons categories:
Tori Roaden - 4th overall, 9th halter, 4th performance
Dylan Mullins - 1st performance
Katie Winans - 8th overall, 7th halter
Audrey Grimes - 6th halter
Westmoreland High School FFA Events
WHS AG Science Class Built Tables and Benches for Local Restaurant
HHS FFA Tennessee State Fair
On September 10th, Hendersonville FFA took 70 students to the Tennessee State Fair. While there, students competed in several career development events and experienced many aspects of agriculture. The Milk Quality & Products team (Jalie Gibson, Dawson Ayers, Jacob Howard and David Avila) placed 1st in the district, 8th in the region and 15th in the state.
Kelly Kozlowski, Xavier Black and Presley Cologne represented the chapter in the individual speaking competitions. Logan Meador and Aden Munden competed in the open Livestock CDE placing 13th overall. Logan Batey, Gabriel Baker and Carmen Jones-Gilliam placed 6th overall in the open Dairy CDE.
Aubrey Garrison and Alanna Eveland competed in the Open Floral competition. They had the second highest scoring floral design and placed 4th overall.
Carson Cook represented the chapter in the Dairy Handling CDE, and placed 1st in the district.
Hendersonville FFA also had almost 200 entries including canning, ornamental horticulture, leaf and seed collections and a fairy habitat. These entries brought in 45 1st place ribbons, 41 2nd place ribbons, and 35 3rd place ribbons to various members of the chapter and money that will help fund senior scholarships at the annual awards banquet at the end of the year.