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CTE Career and Technical Education

Lindsay Porter

Lindsay Porter
CTE Coordinator
Information Technology Specialist
ldporter@dsdmail.net
801-402-0464 

Shanel Murdock

Shanel Murdock
CTE Secretary
shmurdock@dsdmail.net
801-402-0502 

What is CTE?

Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides students access to high-quality, career-focused programs that result in marketable skills.

 

What are the advantages of CTE?

CTE students have a higher graduation rate than non-CTE students.  The CTE Skill Certificates students earn in their courses gives them an edge on their resumes and applications.  Check out these facts!

 

 

CTE Areas of Study

Agriculture

Business & Marketing

Family & Consumer Science

Health Science

There are eight Career Pathways offered through Health Science Education which include:

Clinical Laboratory Science:
Biotechnology
Medical Forensics

Emergency Medical Services

Nursing Services

Therapeutic Clinical Services:
Dental Assistant
Exercise Science/Sports Medicine
Medical Assistant
Pharmacy Technician

Information Technology

Skilled & Technical Science

There are twenty Career Pathways offered through Skilled and Technical Sciences Education which include:

Construction & Structural Systems:
Carpentry
Electrical
Plumbing

Broadcasting
Radio Broadcasting Technician
TV Broadcasting Technician

Graphic Design & Communication
Commercial Art
Commercial Photography
Digital Media
Graphics Printing

Human Services
Cosmetology/Barbering
Esthetician/Nail Technician

Public Safety & Law Enforcement
Protective Services

Manufacturing
Aerospace Manufacturing
Cabinetmaking/Millwork
Machine Tool
Welding

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
Automotive Collision Repair
Automotive Service Technician
Aviation
Diesel

 

Technology & Engineering

Mountain High CTE Teachers

Business & Marketing

Tomee Call
tcall@dsdmail.net
801-402-0481

Jaynie Jensen
jayjensen@dsdmail.net
801-402-0477

Jonathan Pierce
rpierce@dsdmail.net
801-402-0476

Natalie Stromberg
nstromberg@dsdmail.net
801-402-0460

Family and Consumer Science

Cheryl Richards
crichards@dsdmail.net
801-402-0479

Paula Tucker
patucker@dsdmail.net
801-402-0458

Health Science

Savannah Cook
sacook@dsdmail.net
801-402-0501

Intro to Health Science
CNA
Medical Terminology
 

Information Technology

Brent Johnson
brjohnson@dsdmail.net
801-402-0486

Digital Media IA/IB
Video Production

Jonathan Pierce
rpierce@dsdmail.net
801-402-0476

Technology & Engineering

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Neil Hancey
nhancey@dsdmail.net
801-402-0493

Robotics
Intro to Manufacturing
CAD Math

CTSO Career and Technical Student Organizations

USBE CTSO Information Flyer

Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) are key components to strong CTE programs.  They integrate into CTE programs and courses and extend teaching and learning through innovative programs,  business and community partnerships and leadership experiences at the school, state, and national levels.

Mountain High CTE Student Organizations

DECA

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Natalie Stromberg
DECA Advisor
nstromberg@dsdmail.net

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Jaynie Jensen
DECA Advisor
jayjensen@dsdmail.net 

Utah DECA

DECA Information Flyer

Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) is a high school marketing and entrepreneurship organization that is dedicated to developing and training the next generation of business and civic leaders.  DECA's business training focuses in the areas of entrepreneurship, marketing, hospitality, and management.  DECA advisors strive to develop high school students to work hard, be creative, and become leaders through DECA's unique business conferences and competitions.

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FCCLA

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Paula Tucker
FCCLA Advisor
patucker@dsdmail.net 

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Cheryl Richards
FCCLA Advisor
crichards@dsdmail.net 

FCCLA

FCCLA Information Flyer

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America's (FCCLA) mission is to promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.

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HOSA

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Savannah Cook
HOSA Advisor
sacook@dsdmail.net 

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Jonathan Pierce
HOSA Advisor
rpierce@dsdmail.net 

HOSA

HOSA Information Flyer

Health Occupations Student Association's (HOSA) two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. HOSA's goal is to encourage all health science instructors and students to join and be actively involved in the HSE-HOSA Partnership.

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TSA

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Neil Hancey
TSA Advisor
nhancey@dsdmail.net 

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Brent Johnson
TSA Advisor
brjohnson@dsdmail.net 

TSA

TSA Information Flyer

The Technology Student Association (TSA) enhances personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), whereby members apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs.

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