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Caddo Career & Technology Center

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  1. Caddo Career & Technology Center The Career & Technical Magnet of Caddo Parish Schools Shreveport, Louisiana

  2. Our Mission Caddo Career & Technology Center prepares students for success in our rapidly changing world by providing quality career and technical programs empowering students to meet the demands of the world of work, pursue post-secondary education and address life’s challenges.

  3. Our Challenge Show students that skill mastery provides power through financial independence and expanded options, that a job well done is the most meaningful recognition, that teamwork creates a sense of belonging, and that freedom and fun come from the security of having marketable skills and the creative interaction of working with others.

  4. Our Faculty Black 7 CTE Certified 23 White 35 Trad Certified 19 Male 20 Female 22 TOTAL 42

  5. Professional Philosophy • Hire the best and support them • Provide and develop leadership through professional learning • Articulate results and expectations • Integrate technology • Evaluate goals and objectives continually

  6. Our Students Asian 4 Grade 12 301 Black 477 Grade 11 289 Hawaiian 1 Options 33 Hispanic 15 Other 127 White 253 Female 352 TOTAL750 Male 398

  7. HSTW Key Practice:High Expectations • Annual CCTC Challenge • Back-to-School Night to orient parents to expectations • Senior Capstone/Project required • Industry-Based Certification exams, as available • Student Career Portfolio required

  8. HSTW Key Practice:Technical Studies • Critical Employability Skills • Character Education • Skill Competition & Service • Faculty Professional Portfolios

  9. HSTW Key Practice:Technical Studies • Computerized Student Competency Records • Industry-Recognized Standards/ Certifications • Ongoing Facility and Equipment Upgrades

  10. HSTW Key Practice:Technical Studies • Industry-Based Certifications for students: NCCER (HVAC & Carpentry); I-CAR pending/AYES (Auto Body); ASE/AYES/NATEF (Auto Tech); MOS/IC3 (Business); ProStart (Culinary Arts); Dental Radiology (Dental Assistant); ADDA (Drafting);

  11. HSTW Key Practice:Technical Studies • Industry-Based Certifications for students: EMT-Basic/CNA/First Aid/ CPR (Healthcare); NIMS pending (Machine Shop); NRF Customer Service (Co-op Marketing); CCNA (Networking); PrintEd (Printing/Graphic Arts); STAR (Teaching Professions); AWS/NCCER (Welding)

  12. HSTW Key Practice:Academic Studies • Technical Library • Louisiana e-Portal • Orientation to the Library/Internet • Resume Preparation • Employability Skills Across the Curriculum • Career and College Information • Research Career Projects

  13. HSTW Key Practice:Academic Studies • “How Math Is Used at CCTC” • “How Communication Is Used at CCTC” • “How Science Is Used at CCTC” • Focused on Profession Development • Technical Literacy Standards across the Curriculum

  14. HSTW Key Practice:Program of Study • Areas of Concentration/Career Pathways with all 10 high schools • Diploma Endorsements: Academic & Technical • Complementing Home High Schools • COE & Co-op Marketing, On Campus • Education for Careers, Distance Learning • Teaching Professions, Distance Learning

  15. HSTW Key Practice:Program of Study • Specifying CCTC Course Prerequisites • Eight Enriched Credit Courses Offered: • Accounting Procedures • CAD Drafting • Commercial Art • Dental Assistant • EMT-Basic • Nurse Assistant • Networking/Information Technologies • Teaching Professions

  16. HSTW Key Practice:Program of Study • Articulated Credit • 61 hours earned by 15 students • Dual Enrollment • 1,115 hours earned by 97 students at: • Bossier Parish Community College • Louisiana Technical College • Southern University, Shreveport

  17. HSTW Key Practice:Work-Based Learning • Job Shadowing (Groundhog Day, AYES and others) • Student Internships • Healthcare Clinicals • Paid On-the-Job Training with Industry-Developed, Standardized Criteria

  18. HSTW Key Practice:Work-Based Learning • School-to-Work Coordinator • Student Work Surveys • Job-Seeking Skills • Job Readiness Assemblies • Job Shadowing (Groundhog Day) • Friday Seminars with SkillsUSA Total Quality Curriculum & Junior Achievement’s “Success Skills” • Mock Interviews • Employer Contacts & Data Collection

  19. HSTW Key Practice:Work-Based Learning • Thanks Friends Ad (80 to 100 Employers) & Letter • Co-op Education Banquet • CCTC Advisory Councils • CCTC Foundation • Scholarships • Partial IBC fees • School advocacy • Project partners

  20. HSTW Key Practice:Teachers Working Together • CCTC Advisory Councils • Whole Faculty Study Groups • Teachers in the Working World Tours/Internships • Teacher In-service/Activities • Teacher Technology Center • HSTW, NCTN, ACTE, LACTE, State & AFE Conferences, IBC Professional Development

  21. HSTW Key Practice:Students Engaged • Business/Industry Simulations & Projects • Student-Based Enterprises • Internet Career Mentoring (Drafting and Commercial Art) • Career-Technical Student Organizations

  22. A + Construction Building the Future CCTC Body Shop CCTC Plotting Service Campus Craze Boutique Class Act Wood Work Graphic Solutions Hot Off the Press Hot Rods Hot Sparks The Catering Corner The Garden Shop HSTW Key Practice:Students Engaged through School-Based Enterprises

  23. HSTW Key Practice:Students Engaged through Partnership/Service Projects • Sample Projects: • VOA Playhouse • Hibernia House/Union Street Project • Ad Agency Project • AEP-SWEPCO Bluebird & Barn Owl Conservation • Learn & Serve Grants

  24. HSTW Key Practice:Career Guidance • Career-Focused Assemblies (Job Readiness, Career Cluster & Motivational Assemblies) • Career Interest Inventory • Guest Speakers • 8th-Grade Tours • Career Fair for Tenth-Graders

  25. HSTW Key Practice:Career Guidance • Summer Camps: Educator Exploration, Camp Culinary Junior Assemblies & Surveys • Next Step Assemblies with Follow-up Packet and Lesson Plans • CCTC Job Fair • Scholarships for PS Education

  26. HSTW Key Practice:Extra Help! • Professional Development Using Site Guide # 6: Extra Help and Time • Faculty-Developed List of “Extra Help and Time” in CCTC Teacher’s Handbook • School-to-Work Coordinator • Special Education Inclusion Teacher and Teacher’s Aides • Options/GED Program • Library resources and assistance • Before-school, after-school & Saturday tutoring and competition prep

  27. HSTW Key Practice:Outreach & Keeping Score • January Mail-out to Parents of 10th/11th Graders, February Open House & TeacherWeb • Periodic Sharing/Review of all School Data: • End-of-Year Reports to Sending High Schools Senior Follow Up after One Year • Work-Based Learning Data • Student/Teacher Surveys • Employer Feedback • Enrollment Growth • HSTW Assessment & Student/ Teacher Surveys

  28. HSTW Key Practice:Outreach & Keeping Score • Blending Career Tech, High Schools That Work, LINCS, School Improvement Plans • “A Tool for Teachers – Linking Businesses and Schools” • Presentations to Business/Civic Groups • Newspaper/TV Coverage • Luncheon/Tours for Business/Civic Groups • Clean Campus and Shreveport Green Achievement Awards

  29. Spring 2006 GEE 21State Level Data This data represents the percentage of students who scored at the Approaching Basic Achievement level and higher Achievement Levels - Advanced, Mastery, Basic, Approaching Basic, Unsatisfactory

  30. Results Achieved: HSTW Assessment @ CCTC

  31. Lessons Learned • Model, Mentor & Monitor – It’s all about the “people” & the “work” • Constant Professional Development is needed to emphasize & implement expectations • Develop Teacher-Leaders for local, state, and national leadership roles • Showcase successes: professional recognition cannot be overdone!

  32. Why Adopt HSTW? • It is our road map for school improvement & student success • It provides a network of positive “seekers” • It creates a common language to use in linking all school improvement efforts together • It includes a way to evaluate and connect school changes to our core mission

  33. Next Steps: • Continue Ready – Fire – Aim!! • Caddo Career & Technology Center • Increase Student Attendance • Finalize CCTC Website • Expand Dual Enrollment & Distance Learning • Strengthen/Expand Senior Projects • Add Industry-Based Certifications • Continue Partnership/Service Projects

  34. Next Steps: • Continue Ready – Fire – Aim!! • Other Caddo Parish Schools • North Caddo Welding • North Caddo Culinary • Huntington Carpentry • Business Department Certifications • Middle School Courses for HS Credit

  35. Presenters: Caddo Parish School Board: • Gayle Flowers, Director Career, Adult & Alternative Education 1961 Midway Avenue Shreveport, LA 71108 O: (318) 603-6548 e-mail: gflowers@caddo.k12.la.us • Rosetta Boone, Supervisor Career & Adult Education Caddo Career & Technology Center: • Gary Weese, AYES Instructor • Jo Lynn Ross, Business Teacher