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Webster County Area Technology Center

                                     

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                                                                                    Larry Garrity, ATC Principal

MISSION STATEMENT                                                

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Vision

With high expectations and strong partnerships,

Kentucky Tech will actively engage all students in the mastery of academic and technical skills needed to be ready for college and a career.

We Believe* Students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process.

* Students learn best when our staff maintains high expectations for learning.

* Students are motivated to learn when classroom instruction is related to real-world applications.               

* All students in our school need to have an equal opportunity to learn.

* A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.

* Students learn best when instruction incorporates both academic and technical skills.

* Effective school leaders engage in practices that support the ongoing improvement of teaching and student performance.

* Teachers, administrators, parents, and the community, share the responsibility for helping students learn.

 KENTUCKY TECH

                                                                         Get Technical . . . It Pays! 

KY TECH

Office of Career and Technical Education, Education and Workforce Development Cabinet – July 2010

An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D

 

The Webster County Area Technology Center (ATC) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or marital status in admission to career and technical education programs and/or activities, or employment practices in accordance with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Revised 1992, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. For more information, contact Webster County ATC, PO Box 230, 325 State Route 1340, Dixon, KY 42409 or 270-639-5035. Webster County ATC offers the following career and technical education programs: Business Education, Computer Aided Design, Industrial Maintenance Technology, Machine Tool Technology, and Health Sciences. Students in these programs are encouraged to participate in a career and technical student organization such as Skills USA, FBLA, or HOSA. For more information about Webster County ATC please call 270-639-5035

Latest News

BOE Recognizes CTE Students

Mrs. Callaway announced at the February 25th Webster County Board of Education meeting the month of February as National Career and Technical Education Month and recognized the faculty and staff members from Webster County High School and the Area Technology Center.  Several students were present to discuss their respective departments.  FFA's Rylei Roy gave a brief presentation and thanked the Board for their support and the opportunity to talk about her passion for FFA.  Sara Gipson represented HOSA and explained how the program prepares students for college and/or the workforce.  Denali Starks, FBLA President, gave a description of her involvement with Future Business Leaders of America.  She said the program helped to broaden her experience in high school and has helped her with soft skills and communication.  Board member Cameron Edwards explained how proud he was to hear each testimony.  He explained how CTE programs allow students to find their mark and leave high school with an opportunity.

FFA students CTE students

Supt2Community

Webster County Schools hosted a Supt2Community Luncheon on March 13, 2019, at the Extension Office. Supt. Rhonda Callaway greeted guests and provided an overview of Supt2Community.  Information was shared on district initiatives around Literacy, Enhanced Learning Opportunities, and Safety. Kim Saalwaechter, Early Childhood Director, provided an overview of the district's Striving Readers initiative and elementary principals shared information on how Striving Readers activities have been implemented in their schools. Michael Gooch, WCMS Principal, and Hillary Bumpus, APEX Coordinator, shared information highlighting success stories of the school's new APEX Learning Center. Aaron Harrell, WCHS Principal, shared information on the successes of the high school's new Personalized Learning  Center. Carolyn Sholar, Public Information Coord. and Donna Bumpus, True Blue Drug Free Communities Coord., shared information abouy the True Blue Drug Free Communities program.  Matt Bell, Safe Schools Coordinator, provided information around various district safety initiatives and resources. Community members were given an opportunity to provide input, feedback, and suggestions. 

R. Callaway Supt2Comm 3-13-19 

Beyond the Bell Rescheduled

Due to Webster County elementary parent/teacher conferences being rescheduled for March 21st, "Beyond the Bell"scheduled for March 21st at Providence Elementary has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 11th, at Providence Elementary from 5:30-7:30. All WC parents are invited to attend. 
The event is sponsored by FRYSC as well as Capstone and APEX Learning Centers. A meal will be served from 5:30-6:00 and parents may choose to attend 3 parent sessions from 6:00-7:30. Sessions offered for parents include *Everything Parents Need to Know About
Juuling/Vaping; a *Parent's Guide to Google Docs; and *Navigating Infinite Campus. 
Childcare will be available.  

Beyond the Bell

WCATC SkillsUSA

SkillsUSA Opening & Closing Ceremony Team presented to the Providence Chamber of Commerce on February 14, 2019. 

 SkillsUSA-Prov. Chamber

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