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Student Services

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Welcome IVROP’s Education and CTE Department page. Here you will find information for students, teachers, and parents, about the many different student programs and activities we have available. Please take the time to explore the different links as some items have changed or have been moved. Please also check out and like our Facebook page for updates and news. 

 

CTE Students in Action

‚ÄčYessenia providing copies of media release forms to Ms. Shank's 2nd period class where she introduced herself to students and explained her services.

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Principal Sanchez giving a presentation at the Brawley Union High School Law Luncheon on August 30, 2018.

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Sergeant Gonzales Mentoring the CUHS Law Academy students on September 6, 2018.

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Universidad Xochicalco is giving an 8th grade student information on the majors they offer at their university and where they are located during Higher Ed week. 

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Two representatives from The Art Institute are talking to an 8th grade student on programs and sports offered at their university during Higher Ed week. 

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Program Manager asks student at question at COLT Event on September 25, 2018. 

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On October 17, 2018, Central Union High School CTE Automotive Service Advisors / students are removing bolts to get to the alternator.  The goal is to replace the alternator.  This program is teaching hands-on automotive skills and preparing students for employment in the automotive industry.

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Central Union High School Law Academy students are participating in "physical training" by rope climbing and using the monkey bars on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 at Central Union High School.  The physical training is preparing the law academy students for the Law Academy Competition and the Law Mock Academy that is scheduled for 2019.

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September 2018, Central Union High School CTE Instructor Ms. Vizcaino is presenting a $15 Starbucks gift card to her CTE Finance & Banking student at Central Union High School,  because her media release form was randomly picked as the winner.   Purpose of the CTE Media Release form is to have parents authorize, sign and return to their son/daughter's CTE class, so ROP can share the photos on ROP's  web site, advertise the CTE programs and other related CTE activities / functions.   

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On Wednesday, November 7, 2018, Mr. Ron Shane, Central's CTE Automotive instructor and Mr. Gilbert Harrison, Rogers & Rogers Nissan Service Manager conducted the CTE Automotive Advisory Meeting at Central Union High School.  Central's CTE Automotive Program is  NATEF Certified (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) and the program is required to have two advisory meetings a year to find out the new industry trends. 

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On Thursday, November 8, 2018, Central's CTE Finance & Banking students were given a career assessment, "Mynextmove.org."   The purpose of the assessment is to help prepare CTE students for their career future.  Student is demonstrating Developmental Asset #32:  "Planning & Making Decision.
 
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On Wednesday, November 28, 2018, at Central Union High School,  12th grade Law Academy Students listened to Mr.  David Blanco, IVROP Development Specialist explain the “40 Developmental Assets” and how the assets influence young peoples development helping them become caring, responsible and productive adults.

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On Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Central, Southwest, Desert Oasis, Brawley High Schools and IVROP staff/educators attended a Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports Workshop at the Ricochet Rec Center in Imperial, CA.  The purpose of the PBIS Training is to establish a climate in which appropriate behavior is the norm before misbehavior to occur before responding.  

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December 13, 2018, a CTE Construction I student at Central Union High School  is measuring the distance between the studs/wall, so the fire blocks can be nailed into the wall to the keep the wall sturdy and safe for the shed that is being built.

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December 13, 2018, a CTE Construction I student at Central Union High School is repairing a shield for the CTE Law Academy Program by shaving down the end.  The shields are used for the CTE Law Academy basic training. 

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December 13, 2018, The Western Association for Schools & Colleges team, along with the IVROP Superintendent (Mr. Obergfell),  IVROP CTE Education Services Coordinator (Juan Campos),  and IVROP CTE Program Assistant (Mrs. Jenn Sutter), stopped by the Career Center to meet the IVROP Career Specialist (Ms. Debbie Burquist) at Central Union High School.    During the visit, the Career Center was being used by 30 "Success 101" students.  Upon the visit, the "Success 101" students asked the WASC visiting team and the IVROP Team a couple of questions, such as, "How many jobs have you had and how old were you when you had your first paying job"?  Both teams answered with enthusiasm. 

DA #32

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Students in Mrs. Malcomb's 6th grade class at Phil Swing learning about Pyramid of Success self-control with the importance of the amounts of sugar in soda, 12/11/18.

 

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A student in Mrs. Malcomb's 6th grade at Phil Swing computing her findings on the amounts of sugar in soda cans which was the December self-control Pyramid of Success lesson, 12/11/18.

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Star students in Mr. Blanco's 5th grade class at Oakley that enthusiastically engage in all activities that I present on a monthly basis; this month's Pyramid of Success building block is self-control., 12/19/18.

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Mrs. Taylor's FFA student Austin Espinoza is being interviewed for a video being put together by Career Specialist Angelica Smith for the second annual Ag Summit.

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Graphics 2 student Natalie Nuno in Mr. Archer's class was awarded for winning the Showcase Invitation Contest. She was congratulated by CTE Coordinator Juan Campus and Career Specialist Yessenia Partida in Brawley during class time.

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Student explaining the meaning of her painting to Jerry Sherk, Ed White, and the rest of the class during the Warrior Shield Art Workshop at Desert Oasis on Thursday, December 13, 2018. 

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Students in Mrs. Malcomb's 6th grade class at Phil Swing learning money management by learning the value of doing chores and making money, spending some money on activities and also saving money, 01/07/19.

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Students in Ms. Hurtado's 6th grade class at Phil Swing learning about enthusiasm, teamwork, cooperation and self-control by participating in a fun hula hoop activity, 01/10/19.

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 Mrs. Cox's Basic Ag students working on their project on December 18, 2018 at Holtville High School. 

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Mrs. Moreno's Sophomore AVID students working on their Interest Assessment on January 9, 2019 at Calexico High School.

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Students in Mr. Esquivel's Landscaping course are digging holes for the new flowers they will be planting around Brawley High School campus. 

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Students in Ms. Heredia's 5th period class receiving a presentation on career exploration while completing "A-Z Career Alphabet Challenge" worksheet at Barbara Worth Jr. High on January 18th, 2019.

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Correctional Officer Valenzuela is representing his law agency at the high school in a positive capacity

Developmental Asset #5:  Caring School Climate, School provides a caring, encouraging environment.

 

 

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