Cadet Danielle Blitch (holding the certificate), from Baker High School, served as a Vice-President for the JROTC State Career Tech Student Organization for this school year. All State Career Tech Student Organizations are represented on the board made up of students from throughout the State. Thank you Danielle, for being willing to serve.
Citronelle High School Commerce and Information Technology students were welcomed to the Hyundai Manufacturing Plant in Montgomery, AL. on February 24, 2017. Students were able to tour the plant and talk to employees about the skills needed to work in the facility. Due to security policies, the group was not allowed to take photos within the plant itself, but students were able to take time for a photo op before the tour.
Blount High School DECA attended the DECA State Conference on February 22- 23, 2017. The conference was held in Birmingham, Alabama at the Birmingham-Jefference Convention Center. Twelve students represented Blount High School in the competitive events. Congratulations to DeNae Hamilton for placing 3rd in the Food Marketing Series. DeNae will now compete at the National DECA Convention in Summer 2017.
3rd place Winner--Food Marketing Series, DeNae Hamilton
Murphy High School inducted over 70 Business Management and Administration students into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) on February 21, 2017. All Senior inductees will be allowed to wear their cords during their graduation ceremony. Inductees were honored with a ceremony followed by a reception. To be a member of NTHS, students must meet academic requirements (3.0 GPA), be a completer in a Career Tech program, and be a member of a Career Tech Student Organization. Congratulations, seniors!