SKSD Board Work Session Career and Technical Education Programs

January 28, 2014

CTE Programs
  

Exposure to career pathways Technical skills attainment – industry certification
◦ Readiness for entry level jobs

Engagement and completion of program and school
◦ Application and relevance ◦ Academic success

Smooth transition to college level CTE programs and further education
◦ College credit ◦ Programs of study

Career related learning skills

What is a Premier CTE Program?

Program of Study (2+2+2) in high wage, high demand careers Sequence of courses – academic/applied Technical and academic skills Articulated with post secondary partners

College credit in high school Aligned to industry standards Certification and college degrees

Program of Study – Fire Science
High School Courses:  Introduction to Emergency Services*  Medical Terminology I*  Fire Science Fundamentals  Firefighting Operations and Techniques  Emergency Medical Technician* *Courses offer college credit
    

College Courses – First Semester: Emergency Medical Technician Basic Introduction to Emergency Services Fire Incident Related Experience 1 Hazardous Materials Operations

Current CTE Programs in SKSD
30 CTE programs of study aligned to rigorous state standards provide students: – Industry credentials awarded in EMT, Automotive, Nursing, and Cabinetmaking. – Developing industry credential opportunities in Culinary Arts, Cosmetology, Construction, Renewable Energy, and Education/Teaching.

New Programs Under Development

EMT – West Fire Protection – West

Residential Construction – McKay and South
Restaurant Management – North and McNary

Potential Future Programs
  

STEM Programs Law Enforcement

Crime Scene Investigation Video Game Technology

Fashion Design and Merchandising

Viticulture
Computer Animation

Manufacturing/ Engineering Diesel Mechanics Oceanography

 

Hospitality Management

Partnership with MWCTI – Phase I
◦ Build a 20,000 SF CTE facility for construction cluster and manufacturing/engineering cluster programs – Fall 2015 ◦ Focus on grades 11 and 12 ◦ Enroll 200 students through application-based process ◦ Support existing CTE programs in all schools

Partnership with MWCTI – Phase II and Beyond

Expand CTE facility to include additional programs Continue to support CTE programs in all schools CTE school – grades 9-12  Partnership with MWCTE Institute, business and industry partners, and colleges and universities  Enroll up to 800 students from all SKSD high schools  Access to other partners for training

Mountain West Career Technical Institute
The Mountain West Career Technical Institute is a public-private partnership to provide highquality, high impact educational opportunities for the Salem-Keizer region. Relevant and real-world technical career programs will prepare students for successful living wage careers, further education and training, and citizenship in Oregon’s dynamic work force.

Career & Technical Education The Need
Marion County Labor Projections 9,175 new jobs (physician’s assistant, firefighter, EMT, athletic trainer, dental assistant, nurse assistant, etc.)

2,660 new construction jobs 251 in architecture/interiors 229 in civil technology 802 in renewable energy 591 in engineering

1,047 jobs in design 596 in media production 8,895 new jobs in executive/management, servers, hosts

Community Support
Salem-Keizer School District  SEDCOR  JobGrowers  Salem Area Chamber of Commerce  Keizer Chamber of Commerce  Inspire Foundation  Chemeketa Community College  Salem-Keizer Education Foundation

Mt. West Career& Technical Institute
Mt. West Investment Corp. Leadership Facility & Facility Renovation Equipment Resource Development Collaboration Hub Salem-Keizer Schools Operations Startup resource s & oversight Teachers & Staff Curriculum & Assessment Risk Management Compliance & Accrediting Agency Student Enrollment Transportation Community & Business Partners Financial Resources & Content Expertise: Engineering & Manufacturing Construction Technology Automotive Technology Health Occupations Agribusiness

Career & Technical Education High School
Advisory Board

Higher Education Institutes & Industry Employers Apprenticeships Industry Certificates Mentoring for Teachers & Students Secondary Degrees & Certificates

Construction Technology

Construction Technology

Engineering & Manufacturing

Engineering & Manufacturing

Automotive Technology

Automotive Technology

Health Occupations

Paths to a CTE school
Bond Measure

CTE facility was ranked high in 2008 bond polling; eliminated to reduce economic burden to taxpayers
Cost to district is start up, staffing and operations Bond election and campaign costs

Public-Private Partnership

No cost to district for facility purchase, renovation, equipment

Cost to district is start up, staffing and operations

Career & Technical Campus: The Vision Renderings by Ron Ped Architect, PC

Mt. West Career & Technical Institute Commitment
TO DATE:  Financial support to existing CTE programs  Hired full time President, Mt. West Career Technical Institute  Hired development officer  Hire architect  Fund appraisal of potential CTE facility OVER NEXT 18 MONTHS

Raise funds to purchase facility and purchase and install state of the art equipment Continue to lead collaboration of community, industry, and school district

Phase I: Grades 11-12 Start-up costs for 200 students
Salary and Benefits Instructional Materials/Curriculum and Equipment/ CAD/Computer Lab Classroom and Office Supplies Operations/Building/Facility Maintenance Transportation Total of estimated start-up costs $742,270 **$650,000 $600,000

$50,000
$320,000 $2,362,270

Ongoing costs will include salaries, benefits, transportation, operations, and a portion of instructional materials, and supplies.
** Equipment and furnishings will be purchased/provided by MWCTI.

Phase II: Grades 9-12 Start-up costs for up to 800 students
Salary and Benefits Instructional Materials/Curriculum and Equipment/ CAD/Computer Lab Classroom and Office Supplies Operations/Building/Facility Maintenance $1,597,780 **$650,000 $1,000,000 $100,000

Transportation
Total of estimated start-up costs

$320,000
$3,667,780

Ongoing costs will include salaries, benefits, transportation, operations, and a portion of instructional materials, and supplies.
** Equipment and furnishings will be purchased/provided by MWCTI.

Discussion & Decision Points
 

What questions does the Board have, based on tonight's presentation? What direction does the Board have for staff?
◦ Phase I – 20,000 SF facility with two programs for grades 11 and 12 by Fall 2015 ◦ Phase II – Expand to include additional programs ◦ Phase II and beyond – CTE School for grades 9 – 12

Next steps

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful