(Advanced Regional Technical Education Coalition)
Technical Charter School Website!
ARTEC Regional Professional Technical Charter School (ARTEC RPTCS) is a regional professional-technical charter school for students in grades 9-12. It is available to public high school students, private high school students and home school students in South Central Idaho. Live classroom instruction, online courses, dual concurrent credit and Tech Prep courses are offered. To enroll in the Charter School, contact the Administration listed.
The Cassia Regional Technical Center Robotics Team recently took 1st place at the competition in Las Vegas, Nevada. The four teams composed of twelve students not only won first place but 2nd place as well. They also brought home the design award and the highly praised excellence award. They are currently raising money to attend the national competition this summer in Honolulu, Hawaii.
For a short video of the competition, click on this link: Robotics Vegas
To read more about the group and how to support their fund raising efforts, click on this link to the TIMES NEWS paper article.
The Finance Academy program at Twin Falls High School has been named the Division of Professional Technical Education Secondary Exemplary Program for 2013!!!! Instructors Lorraine Rapp and Carrie Ploss received the award at the annual PTE Summer Conference Monday, June 17, in Boise.
Congratulations Lorraine and Carrie!!!!
Cassia Regional Technical Center Automotive students, Nathanael Brown and Jasper Moser, recently won the state contest and earned the right to compete at the National Ford/AAA contest in Dearborn, MI during the weekof June 9.
Congratulations Nathanael and Jasper!!
Jason Torgrimson, IT instructor at Twin Falls High School was selected to be a presenter at the United States Distance Learning Association’s National Conference the end of April.
The Buhl Automotive Technology students assited Care Convey by doing all the needed repair work on an ambulance donated by Con Paulos. This ambulance was sent to Cuidad Madera in Mexico this spring to a small rural community which has primitive emergency services. CBS’s On The Road was in the Magic Valley this spring to film the preparations of this and other emergency equipment and supplies which will all be sent to Mexico. The Kimberly Information Technology program is assisting in the process by preparing a video as well. Click on the links below to see the auto students picking up the ambulance from Con Paulos.
Follow this link to see the KMVT broadcast about CBS’s On the Road filming of the project.
Follow this link to see the KMVT broadcasts about the return of the students from Mexico.
The Canyon Ridge Certified Nursing Assistant class recently volunteered in a second grade class, helping the students create Veteran’s Day cards which were then presented to Veterans living in an assisted living facility by class members.