Some Trimble Tech students are dressed for success thanks to Fort Worth’s Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company.
Career and Technical Education students received backpacks and “competition” clothing bearing the school logo at special assemblies on Friday, January 11. The gifts celebrated a new partnership between the District and the company.
Superintendent Kent P. Scribner, Principal Omar Ramos, and District 9 School Board Trustee Ashley Paz all spoke at the event, where students modeled their impressive new Williamson-Dickie professional wear.
Dickies is outfitting students in several of Trimble Tech’s CTE programs. These uniforms may be worn at school or at competitions.
Auto collision and auto technology students will receive Dickie’s shirts; welding students will get new welding work pants (jeans). And, in the spring health science technology and culinary arts students will be gifted respectively new scrubs and new chef coats and hats. Other CTE programs will also receive uniforms with logos during the spring semester as well.
The donations are part of Williamson-Dickies’ “Purpose Commitment to the Community” program.