WASHINGTON WINS AT ACTE REGION V CONFERENCE

 

Great news as Jackie Brewster of New Horizons Teen Parenting teacher was recognized and awarded an Innovative Program Award last week at a Region V Conference for CTE representing Washington state!

Congratulations Jackie! Pasco School District is proud of you and your work toward CTE efforts!

WASHINGTON WINS AT ACTE REGION V CONFERENCE

  CTE Brewster wins Award

Roxanne Trees, Lew Keliher, Myrna Muto, Jackie Brewster, 
Dodie Bemis, Kevin Plambeck, Gene Wachtel, Tim Knue
 
News Release                            Award Winners                     ACTE REGION V 2017

The Association of Career and Technical Educators (ACTE) Region V held its annual conference on April 5-8 at the Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn in Rapid City, SD.  The theme for this year’s conference was “Leaders in the Pack!” Stephen DeWitt, ACTE Deputy Executive Director, commented “I’m confident that this year’s Region V Conference will help us all to become better leaders as we meet in a common purpose to improve teaching and learning.”

The Innovative Program Awards recognize innovative career and technical education programs from each Region V state that are unique, novel, and are serving to improve and promote the image of career and technical education. Receiving Innovative Program Awards this year were:  

  • Bryan Stastny, North Dakota – Distance Welding Technology
  • Laureen Mehlert, South Dakota – CTE Academy Digital Music Program
  • Jacqueline Brewster, Washington – FACS/GRADS (Graduation Reality and Dual Role Skills)
  • Jim Weber, Montana – CNC Machining
  • Jason McCutcheon, Arizona – Advanced Construction Program

Tess Alviso <Taa@wa-acte.org>