This SRTC program is designed to be a collaboration between several existing programs in the SRTC STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Pathway. Students will experience components of the following SRTC programs: Building Trades, Electrical Wiring, Precision Manufacturing and Welding and Metal Fabrication, with attention paid to safety through specific safety training for the equipment utilized in the program. In addition, students may have the option to shadow in other SRTC programs of their choice.
10th grade students are enrolled into this program through partner school referral only. The Student Services Partner School Team (that usually consists of Administration and School Counselors) determine who will be referred. SRTC begins accepting referral student names in April of the preceding school year to ensure space is available and students are committed and scheduled in a timely manner. Enrolled students participate in an orientation during the school day in mid-June at SRTC.
Students that may be a “good fit” could benefit from a “learn by doing educational approach and are...
- Open to exploring all content areas included in this program
-Willing to participate in a CTE classroom and lab environment that includes utilizing tools/equipment and follow safety expectations
- Committed to engaging positively in the SRTC community (traveling to and from SRTC daily and following SRTC expectations as outlined in the student handbook)
- Willing to commit to attend SRTC regularly
The students will earn a numeric grade and two elective credits upon successful completion of this course. The length of this course is one semester with the same curriculum offered in each section. There are four sections as follows:
First Semester, AM Session
First Semester, PM Session
Second Semester, AM Session
Second Semester, PM Session
See your School Counselor if interested.