Cascadia Tech News

April 2022

From Our Director

Our students are busy working with the community and introducing young students to career opportunities. Our popular Summer School registration opens Sunday, May 1 at 7 a.m. Set your alarm to get your favorite class. I hope everyone has a great spring break!

We are doing great things!

-Joan Huston

Make Your Summer Count

Summer School registration opens May 1 at 7 AM.

June 20 - July 8 (No school July 4)

8 AM - 3:00 PM (Lunch 11:00-11:30 AM)

Earn 0.5 high school elective credits for FREE!

The application link and a course list will be available on our website:

Classes fill quickly!

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Program Highlights

CPR Training

District 3 Fire Science cadets helped teach CPS training to students at Chief Umtuch Middle School.
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Cooking with Culinary

Our Culinary program hosted local 5th graders to cook with Culinary, Baking & Pastry Arts students and take a tour of our campus. These students learned how to make pasta and got to eat what they made. They had a great time.

E-Waste Recycling

ITS3 students want to thank the Clark County community for recycling 2 truckloads and 3 Cascadia Tech van loads of consumer electronics.

We also want to express our thanks to our recycling partners. First and foremost, Earth Friendly Recycling for sponsoring the event for the last 7 years. And to our new partner Cyber Acoustics, for providing headphone recycling boxes.

Please check our E-waste web page for drop-off dates through the end of the school year.

If you are a business and are replacing/upgrading your desktops, laptops, mobile devices, cell phones, etc., we’d love to use these as training tools in our classroom. Please contact Ray Nelson at or call 360 604 1050 ext. 2124.

I Have a Dream

Students were able to participate in "I have a dream" boards posted around campus. Students took advantage of the opportunity to share their dreams with their peers.

Career, College & Industry Fair

This event was a huge success.

We had 40+ universities, trade schools and businesses in the community, that relate to our programs, here on campus all day on March 29. Our students enjoyed visiting the booths, introducing themselves, and finding out about college and careers.

Our students are ready for the workplace and/or post-secondary education after graduation.

Important Dates

Thank You Sponsors

Cascadia Technical Academy thanks our corporate sponsors! Contact Dennis Kampe at for additional information.

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