Minot High teachers win awards at CTE conference
The marketing education and the health sciences education programs at Minot High School received the Director’s Award of Excellence during the Department of Career and Technical Education Professional Development Conference in Bismarck last week. The marketing education program was recognized for the focus of leadership skills in and out of the classroom, the work-based learning program that includes an internship component, and integration of management skills necessary for career readiness that are supported through working and managing the day to day operations of the school store, Magi Market, according to a press release.
The health sciences education program was recognized for offering a rigorous sequence of biomedical and medical careers committed to provide career awareness, work readiness skills, and occupational preparation to help continue to fulfill the need for dedicated professionals that provide support, service, and leadership in the many areas of healthcare, for its strong advisory board and providing work-based learning experiences with medical facility tours, professional guest speakers, and internships, and providing more than 200 students with clinical site experiences. Kellie Meyer, the career development counselor, received the North Dakota Association for Career and Technical Education New Teacher of the Year in Career Development award.