Henrico CTE Now Podcast’s interview with Dr. Amy Cashwell and guests from the Iowa CTE world is now available. We had a great discussion about our CTE Signing Day, CTE Life Ready Expo, School/Business partnerships and career experiences for Henrico’s middle and high school students. We also had the pleasure to interview Steve Reborn, Deputy…
Students from Glen Allen and Godwin High Schools’ marketing students participated in River City Consulting’s Battle of the Ads competition. River City Consulting describes the competition as follows: “River City Consulting’s Battle of the Ads is an advertising competition focused on educating high school students about the advertising industry, through real-world experience – before they begin…
Poinsettia Sale! The ACE Center at Hermitage’s Greenhouse Management program is having a poinsettia sale December 12th and 13th, from 9am to 5pm. 61/2″ Poinsettias, wrapped in foil – $7.00 61/2″ Large Amaryllis – $15.00 Centerpieces & Wreaths starting at $20.00 Questions: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Academy at Virginia Randolph Poinsettia Sale Dec. 11-12, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., on campus. $4-$15, all foil wrapped (add a bow for $1!). Come show your support for the AVR horticulture program and make your spirits bright! Email email@example.com for questions, pre-orders.
Have you heard about our 8th grade business class, Intro to Game Design and Coding? It’s amazing! Students are learning how to create narratives, code games, and create unplugged games – they also get to explore retro games from Nintendo, Sega, and Atari systems. Contact your middle school Business & IT teacher or School Counselor…
On Wednesday, November 6th, Hermitage and the Marine Corp JROTC cadets took the time to honor and celebrate the Veterans in their community. The unit hosted a breakfast, followed by an assembly program for the school later in the morning. Click here for photos.
The Sports Medicine students at the ACE Center at Hermitage are receiving special training to become lifeguards. Click here for photos.
Students from Henrico, and surrounding counties, visited with many different trade companies at the Home Builders Association of Richmond Student Conference and were able to participate in demonstrations of many different trade skills. This year’s event was at Richmond Raceway! Trade skills, allows civilization to exist. Click here for photos.
We loved your pictures of the lemon and water challenge. Foods and Wellness students created a fall image with M & M’s and water. The key to the picture was timing. The Witches Pot was our winner!
Mission Tomorrow is the Richmond region’s interactive career exploration event for students. The event was held on October 23-24, 2019 at the Richmond Raceway. We had over 12,000 8th grade students from all over the region visit our career bus. Mission Tomorrow video. https://youtu.be/oy85IUQdZ1I CTE Mission Tomorrow Video. https://youtu.be/-ymnYBgt9D8