Bob Travers, Director
Carolyn Dickinson, Assistant Director
Donna Robert, Assistant Director/Adult Students
Joe Teegarden, SkillTech Director
Joan Irwin, Registrar
Debbie Curtis, Admin. Assistant
Pauline Jutras, Admin. Assistant/Attendance
Linda Whitaker, Admin. Assistant/Adult Education
The Center for Technology Essex is committed to maintaining a learning environment free from discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or sexual orientation.
The Center for Technology (CTE) is hosting an Open House on February 10th from 11am - 2pm. All students and families are welcome to stop by and learn about the wide array of career and technical education available to high school students.
CTE will also be hosting workshops that day at 10am. If interested, parents must sign up students in advance for workshops. Navigate to www.ewsd.org/cteopenhouse to learn more.
Congratulations to Charlotte Frivoll, a senior from Essex High School and a Design & Creative Media student at CTE for being named the Gatorade Player of the Year in Volleyball. This is the highest honor a high school athlete can receive.
CTE students and staff opened their doors to local seniors on November 2 and 3 as part of their annual Community Appreciation Days. The event was very well received as always.
The Center for Technology, Essex (CTE) recently sent 15 students to the SkillsUSA National Conference and Competition in Louisville, Ky., as the group had an outstanding showing which included taking home a pair of golds and a silver.
This summer, the Residential Building Program (RBP) at the Center for Technology Essex (CTE) successfully completed the building and sale of another quality home in the Essex Junction community. This lovely home was placed on the market and received multiple offers within days. The house sold within three days for the asking price.
Ben t. Matchstick, founder and professor of the Cardboard Teck Instantute, visited Essex Elementary School for five days, bringing cardboard pinball, marble maze games, and paper folding into Journey Blain’s art classes.
Students wrapped up a recent math unit, where they had to create board games that involved answering questions about fractions.
Two third graders at Hiawatha School came up with the idea of adding a 'buddy bench' for their playground. The McDonald's on 106 Pearl Street in Essex Junction has partnered up with the school and will be donating 10% of its sales from January 12-14, 2018 for this effort.
EWSD Co-Director of Student Support Services Dylan McNamara was featured on Vermont Public Radio on January 9 as part of Vermont Edition in an episode titled "'Emotional Disturbance' Among Vt. Students: What It Means And How The State Helps."