Fall brings our students and staff back into their classrooms and this year also brings exciting news regarding partnerships between Wenatchee schools, parents, community members and business partners.
Imagine going to work and loving your job so much that you throw away your first paycheck. This is a true story. A special education student who went through the Wenatchee High School Community Based Learning Program was hired at Pizza Hut after doing a work-based learning experience there. He felt so valued for the work that he was doing that he didn’t understand why he was being paid to do a job he loved so he threw away his first check in the trash. If this isn’t the essence ...
If you were to do a Google search on CTE the first result is “Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy.” That is not what I am writing about in this article. You will need to dig a little deeper and go down to the eighth Google Search result, where you will find CTE defined as “The Association for Career and Technical Education.”