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1 “IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD" Economic Independence for our Students! Economic Success for Our Community! Jacqui Clay, Buena High School

2 The meaning of the proverb “it takes a village to raise a child” is simply that. It takes more than one person to teach a child the ways of life.

3 Community Educational Institutions Industry Family PUTTING THE PIECES OF THE VILLAGE TOGETHER!

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5 COMMUNITY GOAL SETTING “INDEPENDENT EFFORT COMMUNITY GOAL SETTING “INDEPENDENT EFFORT”

6 COMMUNITY GOAL SETTING “INTERDEPENDENT (SYNERGY)”

7 COMMUNITY GOAL SETTING “INTERDEPENDENT EFFORT COMMUNITY GOAL SETTING “INTERDEPENDENT EFFORT” (Synergy)” Let’s Continue the Momentum!

8 COMMUNICATE

9 COMMUNICATE

10 COMMUNICATE – WHAT? What do we communicate to our community? Discuss with your group and list what should be communicated to your community Student graduation rate, how they can assist State of CTE program AZ CTE Plan How it relates to the Community/City Strategic Plan

11 COMMUNICATE Communicate Purpose and Priorities Clearly and Consistently Ensure that all stakeholders understand the purpose, priorities and goals of our community *Cultures Built to Last, Dufour & Fullan

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13 Gallup has found out that kids drop out of school when… They lose hope to graduate! *The Coming Job Wars, Clifton, J. 2011

14 The reason they lose hope of graduating is because they don’t feel excited about what’s next in their lives Having no vision or excitement for the future is the cause of dropping out of school *The Coming Job Wars, Clifton, J. 2011

15 Students must be rescued at or before the moment they lose hope in the future If they aren’t caught in time, they don’t just drop out of school, they drop out of life! *The Coming Job Wars, Clifton, J. 2011

16 This can be fixed if America aims its strategies at the cause versus the effects of hopelessness Our strategy must first and foremost, be built on hope rather than on grades and attendance, because loss of hope precedes bad grades and truancy *The Coming Job Wars, Clifton, J. 2011

17 Gallup scientists have learned that hope predicts academic success and graduation better than grades or test scores do Increasing hope isn’t easy, but it can be done….

18 And it has to be done locally, on a citywide basis rather than on a national one… Only a local focus has a chance

19 And the prize for a student is not graduating but rather a job… Even better, an exciting Career!

20 THE STORY OF AJ AJ and Mr. Clifton did not have a “Grades” relationship, they had a “Job” relationship If he stays on his current path, there is no question that AJ will make a significant contribution to the American workforce *The Coming Job Wars, Clifton, J. 2011

21 Until all of our leaders in our cities say, “I would rather die than lose my city’s future” Which will happen if it’s not fixed… AND they themselves take 100% responsibility for the solution… This problem will remain America’s Achilles’ heel *The Coming Job Wars, Clifton, J. 2011

22 Student graduation is one of the most definitive predictor of a city’s future innovation, entrepreneurship and subsequent job and GDP growth If our cities don’t fix graduation rates and youth economic energy now, jobs may move to other countries *The Coming Job Wars, Clifton, J. 2011

23 The solution to this problem is about taking our whole city to war against the dropout problem, one student at a time…

24 Nationwide, Career Technical Education (CTE) programs are changing, evolving and innovating to better serve the country’s needs. “On the Rise: The Role of Career and Technical Education in Arizona’s Future,” April 2013, Morrison Institute, ASU ARIZONA’S STRATEGIC PLAN FOR CTE ARIZONA’S STRATEGIC PLAN FOR CTE

25 A focus on relevance, with programs leading to industry-endorsed and recognized credentials in sectors in demand Work-based learning opportunities integrated within CTE programs through partnerships with employers A focus on quality, as measured by graduation rates and the number of industry-recognized and endorsed portable credentials “On the Rise: The Role of Career and Technical Education in Arizona’s Future,” April 2013, Morrison Institute, ASU

26 SIERRA VISTA’S VISION AND STRATEGIC PLAN SIERRA VISTA’S VISION AND STRATEGIC PLAN “A Vision for the Future Requires a Flexible Road map” -City of Sierra Vista Strategic Leadership Plan

27 SIERRA VISTA’S STRATEGIC FOCUS AREAS Economy and Education Promote and retain a strong and diverse economic base, while providing support to community efforts linking quality education to economic development Economic and Educational Vitality and Diversity -City of Sierra Vista Strategic Leadership Plan

28 NEW VENTURES

29 COCHISE COUNTY ECHO SUMMER SCHOOL Exploring Career Horizons & Opportunities (ECHO) – CTE Summer Camp Buena and Cochise County Newest Joint Venture Target Market Home School Students Charter School Students High Risk Student

30 THE ECHO MISSION IS TO GIVE ALL STUDENTS IN COCHISE COUNTY THE OPPORTUNITY TO ATTEND CTE CLASSES AND EXPLORE THEIR CAREER CHOICES. Description: The CTE summer camp included classes in Digital Photography, Automotive Technology and Banking and Financial Services. Event Dates: June 2 nd – June 26 th 2014 Participants: 53 Students, JDAI (Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative), CPS, Cenpatico, Seabhs, home schooled, and various charter schools in the area.

31 MICROSOFT IT ACADEMY (ITA) PROGRAM Provides students with the technology skills needed to be successful in college and career With Microsoft Certification, students can validate those skills and pursue a career path in business or technology Microsoft Office Specialist(MOS) Microsoft Technology Associate(MTA)

32 CERTIFICATION = EMPLOYABILITY FOR STUDENTS 32 91% of hiring managers consider employee certification as a criterion for hiring 1 Sources 1 MCP Program Satisfaction Study Intrepid Survey 3 Certiport Research % of hiring managers feel that certified individuals are more efficient 1 89% of supervisors say that Microsoft Office certified employees are more proficient users of Microsoft Office programs 3 81% of hiring managers feel that certified individuals perform better 1 50% of individuals believe obtaining a certification makes them more marketable 2 “ It’s truly a global marketplace, especially in the IT world. If you don’t have a certification that validates you have the needed skills, you’re at a significant disadvantage.” Bill Project, College System of California

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34 COMMUNICATE

35 COMMUNICATE – HOW? How do communicate to our community? What venues do we use? Discuss with your group and list on butcher paper Advisory Council CTE Community Round Table Ice Cream Social Tour of the school Use media to spread the word

36 HOW? Presentations to local organizations Rotary, Elks, etc City Council Chamber of Commerce Military Garrison Commander Retirement homes Local Churches, Religious organizations

37 Tour highlights need for JTED Sierra Vista Sunrise Rotary Club member Bill Hansen gets a look of Buena’s construction classroom, which is currently not being used due to a lack of funding for the Career and Technical Education programs at the school. Sierra Vista Herald, 18 June 2012

38 COMMUNICATE

39 WHO? COMMUNICATE – WHO? Who would we communicate within community? Discuss with your group and list on butcher paper Chamber of commerce ​ Mall manager ​ City Council Local Newspaper Reporters ​​ Local Newspaper Reporters Military Student Advocate CTE Council Advisors Local Clubs Missionarie s

40 RELATIONAL INFLUENCE KNOWLEDGE INFLUENCE POSITIONAL INFLUENCE The Big “3”

41 RELATIONAL INFLUENCE Chamber of commerce ​ Mall manager ​ City council ​​ Local Newspaper Reporters Military Student Advocate CTE Council Advisors

42 KNOWLEDGE INFLUENCE ​ Know ​ your community ​ your city's Economic plan ​ how to speak in a language that is understood by industry leaders (ABEC) ​ What is important to the community members, demographics are key What is important to General Education and Special Needs Teachers?

43 POSITIONAL INFLUENCE Could provide various opportunities (especially informal leaders) ​ Rotary Elks VFW

44 GROUP ACTIVITY The Big "Mo“ Momentum What are ways we can keep the CTE Momentum in our community? Share with your group ideas and projects that will assist in creating momentum in your community

45 MOMENTUM Presentations to local clubs, Rotary, Elks, etc. ​ CTE Community Roundtable ​ Advisory Council: state of CTE, PAR, assessments, surveys, outcomes ​ School Tours

46 MOMENTUM Invite industry leaders to be on hiring committees for future CTE teachers Community Career Day CTE programs providing services to the community Problem Based Learning (PBL) to support community issues/challenges ​ Community/School CTE fairs

47 PUBLIC RELATIONS New Articles

48 Photography teacher Nick Katzfey gives pointers to Exploring Career Horizons and Opportunities Summer Camp student DeAndre Exum, 16, on how to position his subject, during Wednesday's food photo shoot at Buena High School. ECHO camp widens reach of Buena's CTE courses Sierra Vista Herald, 18 June 2014

49 Sierra Vista Assistant City Manager Mary Jacobs presents Buena High School student Amanda Bazemore with the key to the city after Bazemore's portrayal of mayor during Career Day in the council chambers Wednesday. Buena High School Career and Technical Education students visited the council chambers and participated in a mock city council meeting. City partners with Buena on career day Sierra Vista Herald, 2 Feb 2014

50 CTE tour proves "eye-opening" for Chamber Executive Deanna LaVelle (left), executive director of the Sierra Vista Area Chamber of Commerce, gets a tour of Buena High School's Career and Technical Education programs from Jacqui Clay, assistant principal for Career and Technical Education, on Wednesday. Sierra Vista Herald, 13 Feb 2014

51 Guests offer CTE students taste of real world Buena High School culinary student Julyssa Martinez, 15, fans a cucumber during a demonstration by culinary instructors from Fort Lee, Virginia on Tuesday. In the background is Army culinary instructor Sgt. 1st Class Vanessa Thomas. Sierra Vista Herald, 18 June 2014

52 JTED money funds Education and Nursing programs at Buena Sierra Vista Herald, 13 Feb 2014 Sierra Vista school board members Hal Thomas and Melissa Avant chat prior to a school board meeting last summer. On Tuesday, both Thomas and Avant lauded the use of Joint Technological Education District dollars to start two new programs at Buena High School.

53 DREAM.DO.SUCCEED! Buena High School Career and Technical Education “The State of CTE” A CTE Update

54 BUENA CTE GOALS BUENA CTE GOALS EVERY PROGRAM BECOME COMPLIANT WITH ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (ADE) AND THE JOINT TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION DISTRICT (JTED) STANDARDS

55 Community Education al Institutions Industry Family SIERRA VISTA IS PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER!

56 CTE MAKES ACADEMIC CLASSES RELEVANT! BRIDGE BETWEEN THE GENERAL EDUCATION, STEM*, HIGHER EDUCATION AND INDUSTRY Rigor (General Education) + Relevance (CTE) = Student Success *See Handout, CTE is Your STEM Strategy, Dec 2013

57 BUENA CTE VISION All students become economically independent All students become economically independent Sierra Vista is economically successful Sierra Vista is economically successful

58 WE APPRECIATE YOU! Thompson-Wimmer City of Sierra Vista U.S. Army Ft. Huachuca Pioneer Title Edward Jones U.S. Army - NETCOM General Dynamics LTO Cochise College Small Business Development Center Lawley Automotive Group Sierra Vista NAPA Sierra Vista Police Department Cochise County Juvenile Services Barnett’sTowing Petit’s Auto Care Desert’s Automotive Dept. of Homeland Security Sunrise Rotary Sierra Vista Chamber Sulphur Springs Valley Electric SW Desert Images Cornerstone Builders Workman Homes SVUSD68 AZDPS Northrup Grumman IEEE Wells Fargo Landmark Cafe American Southwest Credit Union Raytheon U of A South Buzz Graphics Sierra Vista Herald Command Information Chief Mall at Sierra Vista Youth Max ISEC Cochise Culinary U.S. Air Force JITC HoskeyPhotography DELL Cochise Water Project Project BrightStar Bati’ Mamselle Boutique Banner Printing Southern Arizona Media Production Cochise County Explorers Explorers AEONDesigns SVRHC FH Military Police FEA Big O Tires ICE CIV FT Huachuca CIV FT Huachuca SV Economic Development Foundation Development Foundation SV Mall

59 16 CTE PROGRAMS Accounting Nursing Accounting JROTC Marketing/Entrepreneurship Film and TV Theater Technology Engineering Culinary Arts Web Development Photography Criminal Justice Auto Technology Auto Collision Sports Medicine Financial Services

60 CTE Program (as of May 2014)FemalesMalesTotal Accounting (offered 2 nd semester) Culinary Arts ** Construction (New Program)**011 Film/TV Theatre Tech Marketing/Entrepreneurship46 10 Engineering Digital Photography JROTC ** Criminal Justice (New Program) ** Software Development ** Financial Services (New Program) ** Auto Tech/Paint and Body Nursing Services20 2/ Sports Medicine Internship41 5 Total *

61 CTE Enrollment (as of Oct 28, 2014)FemalesMalesTotal Accounting Culinary Arts HVAC (New Program)044 Film/TV Theatre Tech Marketing/Entrepreneurship84 12 Engineering Digital Photography JROTC Criminal Justice Web Development (New Program)33235 Financial Services Auto Tech/Paint and Body (closed 2 sections) Nursing Services (New Program) Sports Medicine Education Professions (New Program)606 Internship23 5 Total1520

62 NURSING PROGRAM $14,451 creation of new classroom which includes hospital-simulated room & equipment

63 ENGINEERING $87,466 creation of new engineering classroom with updated computer lab and furniture

64 AUTO COLLISION $28,315 Completion of 2nd paint booth – duct, installation & fabrication work, electrical

65 TECHNOLOGY The CTE Department is comprised of 12 classroom computer labs, two of which are mobile  Hardware and software upgrades completed for four classroom labs during summer break along with two mobile labs – a total of 180 new computers deployed  Software upgrades currently being implemented for three classroom labs – a total of 75 computers  Approximately 920 man-hours to conduct necessary upgrades Independent CTE Website maintained by CTE staff:  Each CTE Program has their own page to customize

66 CLASSROOM UPGRADE/EQUIPMENT Collision – completion of 2 nd paint booth – duct, installation & fabrication work, electrical ~ $28,315 Nursing – creation of new classroom which includes hospital-simulated room & equipment ~ $14,451 Engineering – creation of new engineering classroom with updated computer lab and furniture ~ $87,446 Sports Medicine – upgrade of sports medicine classroom, CPR mannequins & treatment tables ~ $11,206 Odysseyware – supplemental materials for ALL CTE Curriculum ~ $40, CTE labs computer & software 2010 upgrades ~ $ 215,195 Textbooks upgrades (Auto/Accounting/Financial Services) - $25,457 Total to date: $422,070

67 INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

68 Students Placed ( ) Marketing Cochise Small Business Development Center (2) Lawley Automotive (3) Landmark Café (3) Graphic Design Thompson-Wimmer (1) City of Sierra Vista (1) Potential Placements ( ) ( ) Automotive Culinary Arts Software Development Sports Medicine Marketing

69 ARIZONA BUSINESS & EDUCATION COALITION (ABEC) Vision: The Arizona Business & Education Coalition (ABEC) is a trusted and respected collaborative organization of education and business, influencing the creation of a public education system that is recognized as world class, producing responsible citizens who contribute in a globally competitive workforce.

70 UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS Cochise College Campus Tour 13 Aug 14 Cochise College Campus Tour 30 Oct 14 CTE Community Roundtable 19 Nov 15 CTE Community Roundtable/CTE Tour 27 February 15 Launch into Life Week of 26 Apr – 1 May 2 nd Annual Sierra Vista/Buena Career Day 17 or 25 Feb Cochise College Campus Tour 19 Feb 15 New CTE Facility Committee Meeting Mar/Apr 15 Advisory Council April 15 Ice Cream Social TBA

71 PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER! Creating your team Team matrix Professional Learning Community (PLC) Log

72 REFERENCES

73 The Coming Job Wars, Clifton, J “On the Rise: The Role of Career and Technical Education in Arizona’s Future,” April 2013, Morrison Institute, ASU City of Sierra Vista Strategic Leadership Plan

74 The National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium (NASDCTEc) NASDCTEc's vision is to support an innovative CTE system that prepares individuals to succeed in education and their careers and poises the United States to flourish in a global, dynamic economy through leadership, advocacy and partnerships. Campaign Resources and Campaign Strategies CTE Vison Toolkit - Arizona Stats

75 QUESTIONS? (520) Please don’t forget to complete your evaluation

76 “IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD" Together We can do ANYTHING!

77 NEXT MEETING?


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