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, dual concurrent credit and technical credits are offered from the College of Southern Idaho. To enroll in the Charter School, contact the Administration listed.
Gooding High School wood shop students designed and made plaques for the International Envirothon Competition that was held in Pocatello, ID last July. 82 plaques were made and went out to schools in 26 states & 3 Foreign countries.
These plaques were designed their new V-Carve software and fabricated on their new CNC machines. The ARTEC grant awarded to this program bought the 5 computers that aided the students in the design process. The CNC machines were acquired using a grant from CTE.
More projects like this one are in the works. One such project will be designing and fabricating plaques for all of the Idaho Veterans who have been honorably discharged from all branches of their military service. This design is being finalized and will be sent to the Idaho State House for their approval. Once approved, they will begin collecting names and begin production.
Buhl Automotive students helped to refurbish a van for a man who lost his leg. Putting their skills to good use!
Cassia Regional Technical Center received several grants this year to purchase updated equipment!
Wide Format Printer
Automated CPR Device
Cassia Regional Technical Center CNA Students checking blood pressure for Dr. Smyer!
Congratulations to Jerome High School! 29 STUDENTS enrolled in the Fall 2018 Personal Finance Class, have demonstrated proficiency in Personal Finance by achieving a passing score on the WISE Financial Literacy Certification Test. Subjects mastered included: Money, Budgeting, The Cost of Money, Banking Credit, Insurance, Investing, Retirement Planning and Financial Planning and Management.
Times news and KSL picked up a story about Sara LaMarche and the Information Technology Program at Twin Falls High School. Click on the link to follow her story.
Dietrich High School – Body Collision
Results from the National BPA Conference held May 9-13 in Dallas, Texas:
Twin Falls High School – Business Professionals of America Chapter results:
(Left to Right) Front row:
Cheyon Sheen – Received her National BPA Ambassador Award,
Hollie Maccabee – 3rd Place – Presentation Management Individual (Plaque and medal)
Aman Eujayl – 3rd Place – Graphic Design Promotion (Plaque and medal)
(Left to Right) Back row:
Brandon Rasmussen – Top Ten – Financial Analyst Team (Medaled)
Ian Matlock – Top Ten – Financial Analyst Team (Medaled)
Benjamen Atkin – Top Ten – Financial Analyst Team (Medaled)
Twin Falls High School students created an augmented reality sand box for Mrs. Moretti’s Earth Science class.
Cassia Regional Tech Students learning how to use a skid loader with real on the job skills. Digging and installing a french drain for a customer in Burley.
Cassia Regional Tech Students re-roofing a shed for someone in the community.
Cassia Regional Tech Students building dog houses to standard housing codes.
Cassia Regional Tech Student’s Senior project: built a desk in Residential Construction and Cabinet Making.