July 24, 2014

Pathways leads students to educational opportunities

Last year students from the CTE program volunteered to assist American Royal organizers.  These SHHS teens, part of the Agricultural Education Natural Resources track, worked as the tour guides of a salt mine display during the Royal’s festivities.  (from left to right) Maxine Griffin, Kate Keegan, and Cheyanne Dabelstein don hardhats to take visitors through the exhibit. Submitted photo

Amy Cunningham
acunningham@gardnernews.com
USD 230 Board members learned that students at Spring Hill High School could have nine additional class options when choosing electives next year.
At Monday evening’s school board meeting, Career and Technical Education (CTE) instructional teacher Michael …