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1 Career and Technical Education January SEAC Meeting Michael Capuana, CTE Director Christa McHale, CTE Associate Director

2 Discussion Points Regents Pathways Support Services CDOS OE Twilight

3 CTE by the Number 30 Unique Programs 10 th, 11 th, 12 th Graders 3, 2.15 Hour Sessions Daily Students Earn 3.75 Credits Per Year 98% of E1B CTE Students Graduate HS 96% Enter College, Employment, or Military 65% Enter Post-Secondary Education 2,400 Students Annually What % of CTE Students have Disability?

4 Program Updates! Animal Science –Now at Harkness and Potter Barbering –1 Yr Program, Harkness Custom Fabrication and Design –1 Yr Program, Kenton and Potter –Metal Fabrication –Fiberglass and Plastics –Custom Painting –Vinyl Graphics –Fabrics and Upholstery HVAC and Plumbing –2 Yr Program, Potter Manufacturing Technologies with ECC –1 Year, 8 College Credits

5 Regents Pathway Diploma Concept 4 : 1 Assessment Model 4 Regents Exams, 1 Pathway Exam 4 Regents Exams -ELA -Math -Science -Social Studies 1 Pathway Exam (Options) STEM 2 nd math (any of the three Regents) or 2 nd science (any of the four Regents) or any math or science exam from the list of Department Approved Alternative Assessments Humanities 2 nd social studies (Regents) or any English or social studies assessment from the list of Department Approved Alternative Assessments Career and Tech (CTE) – SED approved Technical Assessment following SED approved CTE Program LOTE – in progress… (locally developed Checkpoint B exams not approved pathway assessment) Art – in progress… Erie 1 BOCES 25 NYSED Approved Programs 88 Post-Secondary Articulation Agreements

6 CTE Support Services Liaison Teacher –Ensure Transition of Services Between District and E1B -IEP Interpretation and Implementation -Instructional and Behavioral Strategies -Testing Accommodations -Program Matches / Appropriate Placement IEP Designation –Variation by District –Level of Service Provided by E1B

7 IEP Direct “Shared Token” Akron Alden Amherst Cheektowaga Central Cleveland Hill Depew Grand Island Hamburg Kenmore Lackawanna Lancaster Maryvale Tonawanda West Seneca

8 CTE and CDOS As presented by Cheryl Winstel of NYSED (October 2013) Option 1 to Earning the CDOS Credential Harkness, Kenton, and Potter All 1 and 2 Years Programs Qualify for CDOS. Career and Technical Education (CTE) Occupational Education (OE) Completion of a Career Plan  Achievement of the Commencement Level CDOS Learning Standards  Completion of 216 hours of Participation in  CTE Coursework and/or Work-Based Learning Experiences  54 Hours (minimum) in work-based learning experiences  Completed Employability Profile 

9 “OE” Occupational Education Programs -Credit Awarded -OE I -OE II -Automotive Services -Building Maintenance -Food Service -Human Services -(Small Animal Care?)

10 Twilight (After School Education Options) Regents Bound Students Credit Recovery Available Core Subjects (4 Periods) Health and PE Dinner Bus Tokens Provided SRO Twilight Student Schedule Monday – Friday Career and Technical Education 12:30 – 2:45 pm Dinner 2:45 – 3:00 pm Academic Courses 2:45 – 6:15 pm

11 Twilight Sample Schedule Academic Schedule Monday - Friday 3:00 – 6:00 pm PeriodTimeCourse 13:00 – 3:45ELA 11 23:45 – 4:30US History 34:30 – 5:15Living Environment 45:15 – 6:00 Credit Recovery (Algebra, Global 10)

12 Michael Capuana CTE Director 716 / 821 – 7462 Christa McHale CTE Associate Director 716 / 821 – 7384 Contact Us


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