High school unveils new opportunities for CTE students

Sunday, August 5, 2018

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Hunter McFerrin/Siloam Sunday High school assistant principal Ross White led Wednesday's meeting, and among other things, explained to educators and industry representatives what the high school's ultimate goal is for their Career and Technical Education students.
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Hunter McFerrin/Siloam Sunday High school assistant principal Ross White led Wednesday's meeting, and among other things, explained to educators and industry representatives what the high school's ultimate goal is for their Career and Technical Education students.

Siloam Springs High School will be implementing four programs for their Career and Technical Education students in the upcoming school year, all of which are designed to try and establish an early connection between students and businesses in the area, a high school administrator said during a seminar on Wednesday afternoon.


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