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Schools, students to be featured at Annual Conference CTE Showcase

CTE student showcase

Kentucky School Advocate
February 2023

KSBA staff report

Student involvement has traditionally been at the heart of KSBA’s Annual Conferences, through moving student performances, beautiful student banner artwork and recognition of KSBA’s student scholarship and grant recipients. At KSBA’s 2023 conference, Feb. 24-26 at the Galt House in Louisville, students will also be present as ambassadors for their schools’ innovative programming.

Students from 32 schools will participate in the 2022-2023 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Showcase at the Capitol on Feb. 21 and at KSBA’s Annual Conference on Feb. 24. Conference attendees and exhibitors will have the opportunity to engage with student representatives of each featured CTE program, complete with displays and demos, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Students will also be recognized on stage during the conference’s opening session.

The 2022-2023 CTE Showcase, which was the result of grants from the Kentucky Department of Education’s Office of Career and Technical Education, is part of KDE’s celebration of CTE Month, a time when schools and education organizations are encouraged to highlight the value of career and technical education and the achievements of Kentucky’s CTE programs.

The schools and CTE pathways to be featured at this year’s showcases include:

    Breathitt County High School: Law Enforcement

    Holmes High School/Chapman Career and Technical Education Center (Covington Independent): Carpentry

    Locust Trace AgriScience Center (Fayette County): Agribusiness

    Madison Southern High School (Madison County): Early Childhood

    Mayfield/Graves County Area Technology Center (ATC): Health Science

    Meade County College and Career Center: Marketing

    Nelson County High School: Aerospace Engineering

    Tates Creek High School (Fayette County): Education

    Breckinridge County ATC: Welding

    Elkhorn Crossing School (Scott County): Automation Engineering

    Garrard County High School: E-Commerce

    Garrard County High School/ATC: Health Science

    Mason County High School: Culinary/Food Service

    Owen County High School: Agriculture

    Rowan County Senior High School: Graphic Design

    Caldwell County High School: Entrepreneurship

    iLEAD Academy: Computer Programming and Engineering

    John Hardin High School (Hardin County): Agriculture

    Logan County Career and Technical Center: Manufacturing, Health and Business

    Shelby County ATC: Health Science

    West Carter High School (Carter County): Hospitality, Travel and Tourism

    Bowling Green High School (Bowling Green Independent): Industrial Maintenance

    Harrison County ATC: Business Management

    Johnson Central High School: Engineering and Media Arts

    Menifee County High School: Horticulture

    Nelson County ATC: Health Science

    Whitley County High School: Welding

    Early College and Career Center (Hardin County): Computer Programming

    Logan County High School: Marketing

    Owensboro High School (Owensboro Independent): Carpentry

    Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (Fayette County): Engineering

    Meade County High School: Business/Marketing

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