The Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation had its Career and Technical Education open house recently and the students put on quite the show.
The culinary program went all out providing several food demonstrations and tastings like “Knife Sharpening and Honing” and “Fabricating Chicken.” The smell of cookies drew families in from the hallways.
Some teachers, such as Computer Systems and Networking, gave presentations on what their program involves and the types of things students learn.
Many classrooms were also interactive; Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering allowed students to showcase the robotics used in Novelis’ trainings on campus to their parents.
Students from all districts were excited to show their families what they have learned at the CiTi.
Nursing students practiced bed patient procedures in the lab, and Auto Body Repair students pointed out tools they used in the shop.
The mother of Sandy Creek Auto Technology student Ashley Leighton said, “She is the top in her class and we are so proud of her.”