SCHOOL LEVEL YELLOW
- no lockers
- no Interview dress days
- no drinking fountains, please bring a water bottle
- no guest speakers
- no field trips
- no book check out in the library
CTHS Robotics Team "The Cyberian Tigers" are your 2021 First Tech Challenge State Champions! Team members include Brody Miller, Delano Horner, Glenda Root, Riley Ames, and Joy Lomelino.
Our young rookie team "The Tech Tigers" also did well and will be a strong competitor next season. Team members include Ian Hangartner, Gunnar Kelly, Declan Horner, Austin Boyd, Adam Wargo, Daniel Earns, and Armondo Figueroa.
Coached by community members John and Gerrie Deal, and engineering teacher Chad Finch.
Check out the YouTube Video links below to see our robot squad in action and a compilation of all the robots around the state. Follow us on Facebook https://facebook.com/CTHSRoboticsAlaska.org to see community outreach projects the students have been working on all year.
|Mat-Su Career and Tech||Medium Risk||
As we return to school, Alaska’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Anne Zink reminds Mat-Su families “Let’s all work together to keep our kids in school, and step up our collective prevention efforts”.
Avoid the 3 C’s
Do the 3 W’s
These preventive measures are done best when they are done together. It is also important to get tested at the start of any new onset of symptoms.”
Please review the District’s Keeping Students Safe & Schools Open flyer and continue to monitor your child for symptoms before the start of school each day. For any questions, please contact our front office at (907) 352-0400.
This year’s Business Professionals of America’s (BPA) National Leadership Conference was held in Anaheim, California on May 1-5, 2019. The Alaska Association of BPA was represented by chapter members from the following chapters:
The conference theme was Together, We Create.
A press release was published prior to the conference. Here is the link to the press release:
The following members participated in the conference:
Results and more information is available here:
McCool Carlson Green worked collaboratively with the school Building Design Committee to refine the spatial needs and develop a range of design options to add 33,000 square feet of building to the existing Career & Technical High School. CTE Programs of Studies (CTEPS) Each Career and Technical Education (CTE) Pathway offers career-minded students an opportunity to explore and prepare for a career. Career and Technical Education Programs of Studies (CTEPS) provide suggested courses to take in high school. Students and parents can use these CTEPS to guide their decision making about what courses to take in high school.