Republic School District #309 offers a variety of Career and Technical education courses including:
Through CTE, learners gain real-world skills that prepare them to succeed in college and a career that they are passionate about.
1. Gain real-world skills.
a. CTE is a unique opportunity for hands-on learning that prepares learners for the real world.
b. Eighty-five percent of families participating in CTE are satisfied with opportunities to take courses that help them gain skills in a specific field compared to only 54 percent of families considering CTE.
c. Through CTE, learners acquire specific skills to pursue their career passion while also building a foundation for lifelong learning.
2. Explore careers to find their passion.
a. CTE programs allow learners to explore a range of options for their future — inside and outside the classroom.
b. Through CTE, learners can start their path toward a career that they are passionate about while earning valuable experience, college credits and more.
c. Eighty-four percent of families participating in CTE are satisfied with opportunities to explore careers compared to only 54 percent of families considering CTE.
3. Have options for college and career success.
a. CTE families are more confident about their plans immediately after high school and more open to paths outside of a four-year degree to achieve career success.
b. More than 80 percent of current families are satisfied with opportunities to jumpstart postsecondary education in high school through earning college credits and taking advanced classes compared to 61 percent of prospective families across race, ethnicity and income.
c. Seventy-three percent of current families plan for their learner to complete a postsecondary degree or credential compared to 60 percent of prospective families.
All High School students are encouraged to apply. Republic School District #309 offers career and technical education programs in welding, metal fabrication, yearbook and financial literacy. Admission is based on grade level status. Republic School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:
Title IX/Civil Rights Coordinator: Kevin Young, Superintendent: 30306 East Highway 20 Republic, WA 99166 , 509-775-3173, email@example.com. Section 504/ADA Coordinator Carolann Gutierrez, Principal 30306 East Highway 20 Republic, WA 99166, 509-775-3173, firstname.lastname@example.org