Wildcat News

Citronelle High School Newsletter, September, 2023

What's Happening in the Wildcat Nation?

With only 2 weeks left in the first quarter, school is in full swing and our Wildcats are busy learning. Take a look at what our academies are doing and what our students have accomplished!

Congratulations Wildcats!

Congratulations to Dillon Bookout, Dyson Ervin, and Ashton Lawson on their acceptance into the Flight Path 9 program. Flight Path 9 is a pre-employment training program designed to prepare high school seniors for a full-time apprentice position at Airbus' U.S. Manufacturing Facility. Students will attend class two evenings each week for approximately ten months.

We are proud of these Wildcats and wish you great success in the program!

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Manufacturing Academy

Citronelle High School's Signature Academy is the

Manufacturing Academy.

Four pathways fall under this category:

  • Modern Manufacturing
  • Automotive
  • Engineering (Project Lead the Way)
  • Welding
Take a look and see what the amazing students in these pathways are accomplishing.

~Modern Manufacturing Pathway

Students in the Modern Manufacturing Pathway have the valuable opportunity to engage in various aspects of the field, including inventory control, research and development, and laboratory design.

These dedicated students are also setting up the following training modules within a simulated workplace environment: Smart Factory, Industrial and Residential Wiring, and HAAS Milling.

Excellent work Wildcats!

~ Automotive Technology

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Students in the Automotive Technician Pathway are actively engaged in the process of removing a fan shroud from this truck, a necessary step to access and work on the power steering pump.

Keep up the hard work Wildcats!

~Engineering Pathway (Project Lead the Way)

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Kicking Off the School Year in Style!

Our Intro to Engineering Design students have dived right into creativity and teamwork with an exciting project. They joined forces to craft amazing paper shoes using only limited resources.

Way to go, Wildcats ---- you've truly stepped up to the challenge!

~ Welding Pathway

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Students in the Welding Pathway are utilizing the Metabo grinder to cut angle iron!

Agriculture Academy

~Agriscience Pathway

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In the Agriscience Pathway, students are currently mastering the art of accurately reading tape measures. They have recently reviewed fractions and are putting this newfound knowledge to practical use by drawing lines with precise measurements.
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Mr. Crews is Recognized by Partners for Environmental Progress (PEP)

CHS's own Mr. Ryan Crews received well-deserved recognition for an outstanding contribution to the Waterfront Habitat Project, in collaboration with AM/NS.

In March of 2022, Mr. Crews guided his Agriscience students in the construction of 15 wooded nesting boxes. These boxes were later installed by AM/NS across the wetland areas on their property.

This thoughtful initiative not only provided shelter but also cultivated a hospitable environment for the development of new plant and animal communities within the wetland areas.

Congratulations Mr. Crews.

Way to go Wildcats!

Business Management and Administration Academy

~Business Administrative Pathway

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Students in the Business Administrative Services Pathway are diligently working on earning their stackable credentials!

Keep up the great work Wildcats!

Hospitality and Tourism Academy

Hospitality and Tourism Pathway

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There She Boils!

Hospitality and Tourism students are mastering the fundamentals of operating a gas-powered stove. They are actively learning how to safely and effectively use the gas stove while preparing ramen noodles, emphasizing both proper technique and safety measures.

Health Science Academy

~Certified Nursing Assistant Pathway

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Here We Grow Again!

Sophmore students in the Fundamentals of Health Science class are wrapping up their infection control education by conducting practical experiments involving the cultivation of growing bacteria and thorough hand washing techniques.

This hands-on approach enhances their understanding of infection prevention measures.

Great job Wildcats!

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Senior Interns continue to diligently prepare for their Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) exam through daily practice and skill refinement in the lab.

Keep up the great work Wildcats!

Leadership Academy

~ Army J.R.O.T.C. Pathway

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JROTC students attend ACE!

Citronelle High School JROTC students recently took part in the Academy for Chapter Excellence.

This program is designed for chapter leaders to gain the leadership skills to effectively lead their CTSO programs at the local chapter level.

Student leaders and advisors met to network, brainstorm ideas, and nurture their leadership potential.

Other news

Class of 2024 Prepare for College and the Workforce

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The senior class of 2024 attended the 36th annual College Fair and Career Fair held at the University of South Alabama Mitchell Center.

Seniors met with over 60 college recruiters to learn about admission requirements and scholarship opportunities.

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