Welcome to Career & Technical Education

  • Know Your College and Career Options

    Know Your College and Career Options

    Check out "Success in the New Economy" video and the other resources available in our Programs of Study/Career Fields.

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  • Sierra Pacific Trip

    Sierra Pacific Trip

    Watch this video about the Career Connected Learning experience our student were able to enjoy thanks to Pacific Education Institute, Sierra Pacific Mill and a WIOA grant.

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  • Student learning is active on the YHS campus!

    Student learning is active on the YHS campus!

    DECA has opened Tornado Joe's for staff and students to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee. Home Shop has built benches that are placed on campus for all to enjoy. Click on headline for pics

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  •  Students learn about the salmon life cycle

    Sustainable Habitat class partners with Life Skills students

    Last year parents of life skills students asked if there were ways to engage students in hands on experiences in a variety of content areas. Advanced Sports Medicine students started in Adaptive PE. This year Matt Mounts reached out to Emily McIntire to have the Sustainable Habitats class partner on a salmon life cycle lesson. Each group conducted researched, created a children’s book, reviewed salmon egg development, develop models, and designed a matching game to have students complete. Great initiative by our teachers and an excellent experience for all our students.

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  •  Weighing and measuring fish at Kalama Creek Hatchery

    Sustainable Habitat class takes field trip to Kalama Creek Hatchery

    Sustainable Habitats class had its annual visit to Kalama Creek Hatchery. Students got hands-on experience weighing and measuring the salmon and learning about the effects of water temperature and environment on the salmon.

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  • We hope students take advantage of the various community and leadership activities offered by CTE teachers. These extended learning opportunities will develop their interpersonal and professional skills for success. 

    Research shows that only 15% of one's success is determined by hard skills (technical skills, certificate, or degree), while the remaining 85% of your success depends on employability or soft skills (communication, teamwork, work ethic, time management, decision making, critical thinking).

    Ask a CTE teacher about how to get involved!
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  • Developing Our Workforce