Career & Technical Education News

  • Mock Interviews

    Posted by Mr. Posey on 2/8/2024

    In celebration of #CTEMonth, Career and Tech students had the opportunity to participate in mock interviews that the Go Center also helped host. Mock interviews are a valuable tool that can help prepare our Cougars for real job interviews and help them refine their interview skills!

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  • TAFE is going to State

    Posted by Mrs. Martinez on 11/7/2023

    The following students participated in the TAFE area competition on Saturday. There were over 800 students competing from around the DFW area.  

    Our students were dressed professionally and had the courage to present their projects in front of strangers. Out of the 18 students that participated, we had 12 qualify for the TAFE state competition!!! They were either in the TOP 5 of all competitors or scored 90 or higher on projects!!) 

    Mikaela Alexander*
    Sophia Castellanos*
    Samantha Chavez*
    Nicole Crisp
    Daisy Daniels*
    Taina Flores*
    Karma Henley*
    Lyndsey Mack*
    Ava Maples
    Janette Meza
    Bethany Moncrief
    Elaina Montalvo*
    Angelina Ramirez*
    Andrea Salas
    Alondra Salgado
    Karen Silva*
    Eve Solis*
    Dasia Williams*

    *State Qualifiers

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