May 2021 - The More You Know
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY CTE SCHOOL COUNSELORS
Did you miss VSAC's College & Career Pathways Event last month?
VSAC College & Career Pathways Event is an awesome way to learn more about the college and career opportunities and how to navigate the process. We strongly recommend you check it out for yourself!
NEACAC Spring College Fair!
Sunday, May 16th from 1-3:00 pm EST
There are over 180 colleges that are registered to participate in the program. Registration for students and school counselors is required, but FREE!
To register and for helpful resources, please click here. We recommend registering ahead of the LIVE events. The booths will also be available through May 31, 2021.
Congratulations to Quarter 3 CTE Students for Being Awesome!
CTE staff nominated students who deserve recognition for working hard, displays of kindness, or just being plain ol' awesome!
Dawson Bailey * Sunita Bhujel
Michael Brink * Savannah Bucklin
Conner Couture * Colin Demers
Kira Dooley * Connor East
Indra Ghaley * Caleb Hill
Kat Kiegle * Lilli Kirkpatrick
Marcus Knox * Joey Lemire
Natalya Louko * Alexis Matheiowetz
Kyle Miller * Hailey Morgan
Justin Mulac * Hazel Nelson
Lucas Neudecker * Porsche Nicely
Riker Piche * Aidan Plumley
El Porter * Anita Pradhan
Tulasha Pradhan * Alisha Rai
Toni Robar * Sean Ryan
Carlie Streeter * Caiden Strong
Bear Tanis * John Terhune
Vermont Works for Women: Women Can Do event!
Check out Emily and Natalie's full highlights on Instagram @rosiesgirlsvt
End of year Celebrations are just around the corner...
Don't be a statistic!
And here's the really scary part...high school teens are estimated to drink and drive more than 2 million times a month. What’s more, teenage drunk drivers are responsible for 17 percent of fatal alcohol-related crashes. This is even though only 10 percent of licensed drivers are under 21.
Meet Kianna Ladue, our May Alumni. She graduated in 2020 and is currently in the Honors Program at Norwich University!
Here is what Kianna has to say about CTE...
The Center for Technology, Essex wasn’t just a school to me, but a home as well. Before
enrolling I struggled with confidence and was blind to my own potential. From the first day of
class I felt welcomed into the CTE community, which allowed me to excel in my work and enjoy
the projects assigned in all of my courses. Without the support and help from the CTE community and staff, I would not have furthered my academic studies or be where I am today. I am forever grateful to the wonderful people who have encouraged and supported me and the amazing community and environment unique to CTE.
For the full write up from Kianna...
For more Alumni Profiles check out our website!
Free Meals for EWSD Students!
Pick-up meals for students on remote days are also available. Pick-up schedule and more information is available on the EWSD Website!
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