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Effective Practices for CCRPI High School Indicator 10

Percent of graduates completing a CTAE pathway and earning a national industry recognized credential

EASTSIDE HIGH SCHOOL (NEWTON COUNTY SCHOOLS)
Tim Schmitt, Director of CTAE, Newton County Schools
678-342-5952
Schmitt.tim@newton.k12.ga.us
Jeff Cher, Principal
770-784-2920
Cher.jeff@newton.k12.ga.us
Bart Buff, Assistant Principal
770-784-2920
Buff.bart@newton.k12.ga.us
Chad Walker, CEO/Principal, Newton College & Career Academy
678-625-6769
Walker.chad@newton.k12.ga.us

Effective practices at Eastside High School are:

1. utilizing assessment data, including Pathway assessments, to identify and address gaps in academic skills and to align standards;
2. publishing career clusters and Pathways offerings specific to Eastside & NC&C Academy;
3. communicating Pathway/Career updates about offerings/selections related to Pathway completions
4. providing pathway option for students at Newton County College & Career Academy;
5. aligning elective offerings with Pathway courses;
6. selecting highly qualified teachers who provide instruction that is meaningful, relevant, & rich.

LEE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL (LEE COUNTY SCHOOLS)
Karen Hancock, Principal

hancockka@lee.k12.ga.us
229-903-2260

Effective practices at Lee County High School are:

1. analyzing assessments data, especially End of Pathway Assessments (EOPA);
2. scheduling EOPA test dates on school calendar;
3. integrating  instructional resources into appropriate courses;
4. including End of Pathway Assessment (EOPA)  in teachers’  goals;
5. providing Honors’ graduation cords for credentialed students;
6. planning recognition opportunities for students passing End of Pathway Assessments.

WOODVILLE-TOMPKINS TECHNICAL & CAREER HIGH SCHOOL (CHATHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS)
Alfred McGuire, Principal
alfred.mcguire@savannah.chatham.k12.ga.us
912-395-6750

Effective practices at Woodville-Tompkins Technical & Career High School are:

1. requiring Pathway completion as a graduation requirement;
2. teaching engaging & relevant curricula including cross-curricula activities and panel discussions;
3. identifying outcomes of completed Pathways;
4. offering  internship/employment opportunities through Work-Based Learning Programs;
5. participating in job shadowing opportunities of business and stakeholders;
6. providing professional development opportunities for teachers;
7. communicating actively with parents and stakeholders.

 

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