Student Services

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

Natasha Schuyler enrolled in Ms. Tharp CTE Computer Graphics II class in Imperial High School took 4th place at the SkillsUSA National Competition in Louisville, Kentucky the week of June 19 - June 25, 2017.  

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Abelardo Barboza & Jewella Medina enrolled in the CTE Finance & Banking at Central Union High School are actively involved in preparing for the NCRC by using the Keytrain program.

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Students from the 3-D Animation course at Southwest High School working on a short animation story assigned by CTE instructor Mrs. Dubose

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Holtville High School students enrolled in the Intro to Medical Occupations course offered by Mr. Ming, assist football players during a game using their skills learned in the course.

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Angel Rio and Pryscilla Rubio (left picture) enrolled in the CTE Computerized Office Applications course practice a professional handshake in preparation when meeting an employer for the first time. Law Academy student (right picture) at Central Union High School, learns the rules on how to develop and type a chronological resume. 

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Guest speaker Doctor Leroy Brady introducing NAO Robot while informing students at Southwest High School about computer systems and information technology, during Success 101 course on Sept. 20th, 2017, as part of Mr. Jeffer's work based learning initiative. 

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Mr. Torales presenting Mr. Martija with a certificate of recognition for being accepted into Dental Hygienist program at Loma Linda University, during Christopher Martija's going away ceremony on September 15, 2017, as part of Mrs. Valadez' Dental Assistant course at Southwest High School.

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Students in Mr. Surdyka's class at San Pasqual Valley High School working on Career Locker.

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CTE student enrolled in the Computer Repair course demonstrating how to install a ram into a mother board. 

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On Wednesday, November 29, 2017, Cristina Berrios, R YN1, Assistant Recruiter, U.S. Coast Guard talked to Central Unioin High School Law Acadamey Seniors about the various careers in the Coast Guard and the benefits of enlisting.

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Brawley High School student Tristen Morris working on his Electrical Apps project.

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Ms. Hite from Calexico High School during instruction in one of her Fashion Textiles class.

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8th grade Barbara Worth Middle School students gathered together with Brawley High School Welding students after a mentoring session in Mr. Cervantes's class.

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SDSU -Imperial Valley ROP Health Coaching Program recreated a hospital scenario with Calexico High School student Sofia Robles and demonstrated "A Day in the Life of A Nurse". From Emergency Room to discharging a patient.

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Central Union High School Law Academy’s Cadets coming to attention and uniform inspection by instructors Mr. Van Driessche and Mr. Smith  

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Students Calvin Patel and Wyatt Mason (top picture) performing proper bandage wrapping techniques. Julia Morales and Sowon Moon (bottom picture) displaying dissection tools, during HOSA promotional event on Sept. 20th, 2017, as part of Mrs. Valadez CTSO promotional activity. 

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Superintendant Miller from California State Parks talking to Central Union High School Students in the Law Enforcement Program about the different roles that a state parks ranger has and demonstrating some of the first aid procedures that a state parks ranger must know. 

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CTE instructor, Mr. Mayo observes  a CTE Construction student together with Career Specialiast Debbie Burquist at Central Union High School using the proper tool and the proper method/skill  to prepare the wall for texture.  CTE Construction courses consists of students learning to frame, dry wall, corner bead, tape and texture.  

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Far right student April Garcia holding the punching mat while Sergio Avendano far left practices defense techniques during Mock Academy on Wednesday May 2nd as part of Law Enforcement class.

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Beginning from far left is Agent Pacheco, Agent Rivera, Agent Daniels, student Torres, Agent Pitones, Agent Zepeda, Instructor Esther Banda, and Principal Mr. Sanchez the last day of the Mock Academy on Friday May 4, 2017 as part of the Law Enforcement class.

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39 students from Law Enforcement courses showed up for the first day of the Mock Academy with Border Patrol Agent Daniels, Agent Pitones, and Agent Pacheco.

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Far left are Clarence Spence and Alex Escobar on the right in the Advanced Welding course working on a class project.

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Law Enforcement student Esteban Zavala receiving 2nd place award from our IVROP Law Enforcement Competition from BUHS School Resource Officer Amaya.​

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Far right sitting on cement blocks are 8th grade students from Barbara Worth ASES After School Program touring Landscaping class at BUHS and listening to Landscaping class students standing on the far left.​

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Students in 2nd period gathering their materials for their Electrical Apps course.

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Senior students from Aurora High School taking the Career Locker assessment, on June 5th, 2018, to learn about their career options and interests.

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Law Academy from Brawley Union High School visiting Calipatria State Prison on May 23, 2018, led by Instructor (second from left to right) Ray Leon and Correctional Officer Fermon Waymond (far right).

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CUHS Law Academy students enjoying pizza while they wait for Sergeant Gonzales, from the National Guard, to give his presentation on August 23, 2018.

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(Left to Right) Sergeant Gonzales and Sandoval informing the Law Academy students on August 23, 2018 regarding the National Guard during second lunch.

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(Left to Right) Andrew Castillo and Alexia Perez from Mr. Smith's Class helping with the luncheon set up on August 23, 2018 sponsored by the National Guard.

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Sergeant Gonzales and Specialist Sandoval helping set up the BUHS Law Academy Luncheon on August 30, 2018.

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BUHS Law Academy students listening to Sergeant Gonzales and Specialist Sandoval, on August 30, 2018, regarding the National Guard.

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(Front to Back) BUHS Principal Mr. Sanchez and BUHS Law Academy Instructor Mr. Crankshaw enjoying the Law Academy Luncheon, while Sergeant Gonzales and Specialist Sandoval were giving their presentation on August 30, 2018.

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Celeste and Yessenia at back to school night on Tuesday September 11th informing parents and staff on our services, CTE courses, and Coffee Cat dates.

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Yessenia handing out media release forms to Mr. Smith's Electrical 2nd period class where she introduced herself to students and explained her services.

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Yessenia providing copies of media release forms to Ms. Shank's 2nd period class as well as introducing services and services offered. 

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Celeste Rodriguez and Yessenia Partida representing IVROP at the Brawley Union High School Law Luncheon on August 30, 2018.

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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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Senior counselor Frank Felix (Red t-shirt), Dennise Cabanilla from ICOE (holding the microphone), along with 4 Brawley High School seniors talking to Barbara Worth Jr High 8th grade students on preparing for future careers and colleges and high school years on Higher Ed week which took place on Tuesday September 18th in the gym. 

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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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Student participating in cookie stacking activity at COLT Event on September 25, 2018. 

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Students attempting to stack 10 cookies on their forehead at COLT Event on September 25, 2018.

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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 draining the power steering reservoir to get to the alternator.  Their 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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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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On October 17, 2018, Central Union High School CTE Automotive Service Advisors / students are replacing 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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Central Union High School Law Academy students are participating in "physical training" by (background) climbing the chain wall and using the circle rings 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 Thursday, November 8, 2018, Central's CTE Finance & Banking student is taking a career assessment, "Mynextmove.org" as part of their training.  The purpose of the career assessment is to help prepare CTE students for their career future.  Students are demonstrating Developmental Asset #31:  "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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