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STEM Reading

12 Inspiring STEM Books

for Girls

Science, technology, engineering, and math are more important than ever, so Edutopia has put together a list of books to encourage girls to persevere in these subjects.

Career Technical Education

What is CTE?

SRVUSD Career Technical Education (CTE) combines rigorous academic classes with industry specific knowledge and skills to prepare students for both post-secondary education and for direct entry into different careers. In the state of California, CTE courses fall under one of 15 different industry sectors which include: Arts, Media & Entertainment, Education, Child Development & Family Services, Energy, Environment & Utilities, Engineering & Architecture, Health Science & Medical Technology, and Information & Communication Technologies.

Our program provides students the opportunity to explore their future career pathways while building 21st century soft skills to apply to their college and career goals. In grades K-8, students spend time exploring career possibilities through varied school site events and targeted instruction in the classroom. In grades 9-12, students build authentic skills through our career pathways and electives, which provide in-depth experiences in different fields that may lead to possible college and/or career opportunities.

SRVUSD Students Learning by Doing in CTE

Work-Based Learning Opportunities

We want you, and the company you work for, to get involved with Work-based Learning with SRVUSD. What is it you ask? It is an education strategy that links classroom instruction to work-related ...more

In the CTE Spotlight

Project G.I.R.L.S. at California High School  

Project GIRLS (Girls in Robotics Love STEM) is run by a group of Robotics and Engineering Pathway students.  These students are passionate about getting more girls involved in the various STEM activities taking place across the California High School campus.  They hope to inspire girls throughout our district to take on the opportunities available to them in math, science, technology, and engineering fields.  

Questions?

Kirby Hoy

Executive Director

 

Debbie Petish

Coordinator of Educational Services

 

Erin Cicatelli

TSA, College and Career Readiness

What are CTE Pathways?

CTE pathways are programs that offer students transferable career readiness skills. This means that even if a student chooses a different career, they will have gained valuable skills that ensure they are career ready for a different industry sector. A pathway consists of two or more classes in a sequence at the high school level. We are working towards expanding that to include the younger grades. CTE pathways also support students in building leadership skills through participating in mentorships, internships and other work-based learning opportunities.

Non-Discrimination Statement

San Ramon Valley Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

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