Blog posts tagged in Career & Technical Education
Congrats to WCHS/WACC sophomore, Gage Lind, for his hard work in preparing for the Accuplacer test. His name was pulled from a drawing of many students to earn a $50 Visa Gift Card. Great job, Gage!!
(Pictured above with Gage is Mrs. Langhorn, WACC Career Coach)
Attention WACC students: Are you planning to or thinking about attending college this Fall? If so, be sure to submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid by THIS Sunday night. The Indiana deadline is April 15th by midnight. Check out the FAFSA website for more information and to start the application process.FAFSA Website
Ms. Tiede's Child Development students have had fun creating finger puppet shows & recording them on their iPads recently. These students are not only learning the importance of allowing children to practice gross & fine motor control skills with the use of puppets but that children can also learn appropriate behaviors by watching the puppet's example while encouraging creativity as well. The experiences & skill sets Ms. Tiede's students are learning in this class will better equip them for future careers in early childhood education and even as parents someday. Great job everyone!
The afternoon Building Trades class has been working hard on their current house project. The house looks amazing & we can't wait to see the finished product. Stay tuned for our open house announcement, towards the end of the school year. Great job guys & keep up the good work!
Zachary LeDrew is a senior here at WCHS/WACC & was recently nominated by Medical Terminology teacher, Karen Coates, to be highlighted this week!
In addition to Medical Terminology, Zach has taken Preparing for College & Careers and Interpersonal Relationships in the WACC. During his spare time, Zach enjoys bodybuilding, training others, and helping those in need. Zach has been recognized by teachers, administrators, and students for being a leader in and outside of the classroom many times.
Upon graduation, Zach plans to attend Indiana State University to major in Business Administration with a minor in Nutrition. He would also like to move to Florida after college and dreams to be an entrepreneur and a personal trainer.
Thanks, Zach, for allowing us to feature you on the blog today. Congrats on all of your accomplishments & best of luck at ISU!