Click here to see a short video about our Kent CTE Programs
Theodore Roosevelt High School Career Technical Education is a member of the Six District Educational Compact. The Six District Educational Compact offers 25 career-technical programs. All Six District Educational Compact programs, with the exception of auto specialization, provide opportunity for students to earn College Tech Prep status. For more information about all the Six District Educational Compact Career Technical Education programs visit www.sixdistrict.com. Read the descriptions below to find a TRHS Career Technical program that interests you. Contact Brian Bachtel, Career-Technical Director, or Edna Hensel, CTE Administrative Assistant, at (330) 676-8740 to learn more about starting your career this year!
Listen to Governor Kasich’s video message on the importance of Career-Technical Education and our goals to produce students that college and career ready
Follow Us on Twitter @ KentSchoolsCTE
Theodore Roosevelt Career-Technical Conversation for all interested Students and Parents which will be held on February 12, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at Theodore Roosevelt High School. This will be a time for students and parents to tour programs, talk to teachers and get a firsthand look at everything Theodore Roosevelt has to offer. Please go directly to the program room(s): Athletic Health Care & Fitness Rm. 137; Business Management Rm. 522; Computer Aided Design & Engineering Technologies Rm. 526; Construction Technologies Rm. 527; Cosmetology Rm. 509; Electronics, Robotics and Programming Rm. 502; Engineering Academy Rm. 501; Forestry & Landscape Management Rm. 528; Health Careers Technology Rm. 514; Marketing Rm. 506; and Teaching Professions Rm. 508.
Finally, submit your application, click here to apply t
January and February is the time that we begin to recruit candidates to join our programs for the 2015-16 school year.
Sophomores and freshmen should plan is to visit Theodore Roosevelt High School Career-Technical programs (see your school counselor for forms): Cuyahoga Falls, Tallmadge and Woodridge Feb. 3; Theodore Roosevelt Feb. 4; and Hudson and Stow-Munroe Falls Feb. 5.
Lastly, please plan to attend the Theodore Roosevelt Career-Technical Conversation for all interested Students and Parents which will be held on February 12, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at Theodore Roosevelt High School. This will be a time for students and parents to tour programs, talk to teachers and get a firsthand look at everything Theodore Roosevelt has to offer. Please go directly to the program room(s): Athletic Health Care & Fitness Rm. 137; Business Management Rm. 522; Computer Aided Design & Engineering Technologies Rm. 526; Construction Technologies Rm. 527; Cosmetology Rm. 509; Electronics, Robotics and Programming Rm. 502; Engineering Academy Rm. 501; Forestry & Landscape Management Rm. 528; Health Careers Technology Rm. 514; Marketing Rm. 506; and Teaching Professions Rm. 508.
Finally, submit your application, click here to apply to a Career Technical Education program or go to http://www.applitrack.com/sixdistrict/onlineapp/
Theodore Roosevelt Parent/Teacher conferences will be held on Monday, Nov. 24 from 5pm until 8pm, and on Tuesday, Nov. 25 from 9am until 8pm. Please call 330 676-8700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. We welcome this opportunity to share your student’s progress and to discuss concerns and/or questions you may have.
We wish you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Theodore Roosevelt High School Career-Technical Programs not be in session Tuesday, November 4.
A special thank you to the students participating as program ambassadors at the October 16 Six District Educational Compact training at the Davey Tree corporate conference center.
Parents and students please plan to attend the Theodore Roosevelt Open House September 17, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. This will be an opportunity to meet program instructors and academic teachers. In addition, parent Progress Book logins will be provided. If you are unable to attend and need a Progress Book login, please contact (330) 676-8740.
2014 SDEC Student Welcome Letter
Interdistrict Driving Form 2014-15
You are to be commended for your insight of preparing for your future by selecting a Career-Technical Program. Our goal at Theodore Roosevelt High School is to equip students for high skill, high wage careers demanded in a competitive economy. When you complete your program you should be prepared to transition to post-secondary education or your career field and, in some cases, even have obtained college credit. Our teachers are working diligently to prepare for a school year that will be meaningful and worthwhile in your educational plan. We hope that you, too, will come prepared to begin this school year with enthusiasm and effort to commit to your success.
You are responsible to attend classes at your home school starting on their opening day. Your first day to report to Roosevelt for your Career program will be Wednesday, August 27, 2014. Morning programs begin at 7:30 a.m. If you will be riding the bus to TRHS for your Career-Technical Program, please check with your home school Guidance Department for the location and time that the bus will be leaving your school to bring you to TRHS.
If you are in a program with a fee, an invoice will be sent to your home prior to the end of September from our Cashier’s office. Fee payment plans are available for those who would prefer to make monthly or quarterly payments. Every year several students do not receive their passports or are delayed in receiving both their passports and diplomas as a result of outstanding fees. Please take care of this as soon as you receive the invoice from us. Please note on your calendar the following dates: Open House September 17, 2014; Parent-Teacher Conferences evening Nov. 24 and all day Nov. 25; and the CTE Passport program for level II students Thursday, May 21, 2015.
Your program instructor will also be sending a letter to you prior to the first week of school welcoming you to the program.
The school calendar can be found under the Forms tab. Your Career program at Roosevelt will follow the Kent Schools Calendar. You might want to post this in a readily available location. A Driving/Riding request form will be distributed by your instructor for those students who will be driving/riding in non-school transportation to TRHS from their home school. Driving is a privilege and will be revoked upon any Student Conduct Code violations including but not limited to tardiness to school, poor attendance, reckless operation of a vehicle on school property, and lack of a payment plan for fees. The home school administrator must approve the form. The Kent School Emergency Medical form will be distributed to you the first week of school. Students must have forms on file in order to participate in classroom activities. It is important that this information is accurate and legible in case of an emergency. All students should know the place of employment of their parents/guardians and a contact phone number in case of emergency during the school day. Absences: It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to notify both the home school and Roosevelt if your student will be absent that day. The Kent City Schools absence line phone number is 330-676-8750.
It is our hope that the above information will better prepare all of us for a good start to the 2014-15 school year.