Interested 10th-grade students and parents can learn about the Career-Technical Education programs offered at Theodore Roosevelt High School in Kent at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 14.
The "Conversation with Parents and Tenth Grade Students" open house is hosted by the Six District Educational Compact. Career-technical programs prepare students to become engaged, lifelong learners prepared for success in career, college and life.
The event features Roosevelt Career-Technical Education programs, including athletic health care & fitness, business management, computer-aided design and manufacturing, construction technologies, cosmetology, electronics technology, engineering academy, health careers technologies, marketing management, teaching professions, forestry & landscape management, and wood product technologies & cabinetry. Each program offers college credit opportunities with partner universities.
Students from all compact high schools, including Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, Kent, Stow-Munroe Falls, Tallmadge and Woodridge, are invited to attend the open house and eligible to apply for these programs.
"...become engaged, lifelong learners prepared for success in career, college and life."