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Pine Tree High School
Career and Technical Education

Success in the New Economy
Delicia Church
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Room: 108, Kitchen 604
Principles of Hospitality, Restaurant Management, Culinary Arts 1, and Culinary Arts Practicum
Sponsor: Skills USA

Angel Cubine, R.N., B.S.N.
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Room: 104
Principles of Health Science and Medical Terminology

Mike Darby
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Room: 401
BIM
Coach: Coach Cross Country & Football, Track

Alton Hawkins
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Room 204
Work Study Program

Andre Lo
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Room: 402
BIM 1, Networking, Web Tech
Coach: Head Boys Soccer Coach & Assistant Cross Country Coach

Elisabeth McGuire
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Room 208
Human Growth and Development, Principles of Education and Training, Instructional Practices in Education and Training, Practicum in Education and Training, Counseling and Mental Health, Lifetime Nutrition and Wellness
Sponsor: Z Club, FCCLA, & TAFE

Barrow Mitchell
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Room 407
Accounting 1&2, Human Resources Management, Principles of Business, Marketing and Finance, Entrepreneurship, BIM II
DECA Sponsor

Allen Morris
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Room: 611 & 703
Robotics, Material Science, Engineering and the production of Radio Shows, Video Productions and Movie Making
Sponsor: I'm SMART, which is all things Imagination, Science, Math, Art, Readsearch & Technology

Caity Rutledge
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Room 608
Digital Media, Leadership, PALs
HS Webmaster
CTE Lead Teacher
Sponsor: Student Council

Heather Seidel
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Room 102
Principles of health science, Medical Terminology, Health Science I, World Health 
GSMC Program 

Brent Simmons
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Digital Media
Swim Coach

Mary Squier
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Room 602
Digital Media, Animation, Advanced Animation, Graphic Design, Advanced Graphic Design

Sarah Steele
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Room 203
Fashion Design, Advanced Fashion Design, Child Development, Principles of Hospitality and Tourism, Principles of Human Services
Sponsor: FCCLA

Mark Thomas
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Welding, Principles of Manufacturing
Sponsor: Skills USA

Richard Westbrook
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Room 701
Automotive, Small Engines and Energy, Power and Transportation
Sponsor: Skills USA
CTE Department Information

Most careers in the 21st century will require students to engage in some type of postsecondary education. CTE prepares both youth and adults for a wide range of careers in this new century. These careers will require varying levels of education.

According to the U.S. Department of Education, 97% of all high school students take at least one CTE course, and one in four students take three or more courses in a single program area. One-third of college students are involved in CTE, and as many as 40 million adults engage in short-term postsecondary occupational training.

Too many students leave school without the skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in today’s workplace.   Over the past decade, CTE has evolved with the economy to focus on careers in high demand and high growth industries.  Today’s CTE programs are leading the effort to ensure all students are ready for 21st century employment.  View CTE Department Classes.

Our mission is to continue a tradition of excellence by providing a high-quality and challenging educational environment, maximizing opportunities for the success of all students, equipping them to become responsible, involved, and productive citizens.

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