CTE Month® is a public awareness campaign ACTE holds each February to celebrate Career and Technical Education and the achievements and accomplishments of CTE programs across the country.
CTE Month 2017 gives students the chance to tell stories of leadership and excellence from our local CTE programs and raise awareness of the crucial role that CTE plays in readying our students for careers and our nation for economic success.
- Career and Technical Education offers courses and programs that introduces students to career choices. It is great opportunity for our students to gain experience and training in in information technology, constructional trades, healthcare, engineering, and much more.
- Career and Technical Education prepares for a bright future. It provides hands-on experience in careers not available in high school common core classes.
- It teaches important skills, such as communications, teamwork, leadership, and goal setting, which can help our students succeed in a job.
- It helps save money on college tuition and certifications. Students can earn college credit or work-related certification while still in high school.
- Students learn from experts, Career and Technical Education instructors are industry professionals with real job experience who teach used the latest equipment and technology.
- Students can earn internships and get workplace experiences through Career and Technical Education making it easier to land a good job.
- It can help our students do better in school. Learning real-world skills will keep our students excited about school and motivate them to do well.
It you or your student needs more information about the exciting things that happening in our Career and Technical Educational classrooms each day contact one of the Career and Technical Educational Educators located on our Career and Technical Educational Webpage Directory.
Autauga County Schools has begun the process of drafting a new five-year Strategic Plan for 2017-2021. In preparation for setting goals, we are asking stakeholders to take a brief survey. Results reflecting your views will help guide the strategic planning process by focusing on issues that are of greatest concern to our school district. Your participation in the survey is encouraged and will remain anonymous. Thank you for your participation.
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2016-2017 Dates To Note:
January 16 Martin Luther King Holiday
February 20 Presidents Day
February 21 Teacher Inservice
March 20-24 Spring Break
April 14 Weather Day
May 22-24 Final Exams
May 25 Teacher Inservice
May 26 Last Day of School/Graduation
The vision of the Autauga County School System is
"Every Student a Graduate; Every Graduate a Success."
The mission of the Autauga County Technology Center is to provide students with the opportunity to obtain knowledge and skills that enable them to become productive members of a changing technological society.
Developing the workforce of tomorrow.
The Autauga County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Ms. Angel Garrett, Coordinator for Section 504 153 West Fourth Street
Prattville, AL 36067
Ms. Nancy Jackson, Coordinator for Title IX
153 West Fourth Street
Prattville, AL 36067