February is National CTE Month

Students on flyer for National CTE Month

Students Compete at Skills USA Regional Event

Student Jacob bush receiving an award for placing 3rd in the Skills USA Welding event.
Carpentry Teacher Carlos Davis, Students Jimmy Wyatt & Jacob Bush, and Welding Teacher Kris Frady at Skills USA Regional Competitions.
Student Jimmy Wyatt showing off his work in carpentry at the Skills Regional competition.
This week Students Jimmy Wyatt and Jacob Bush were accompanied by advisors Carlos Davis and Kris Frady at the Skills USA Regional Competitions held in Red Boiling Springs, TN. Junior Jacob Bush placed 3rd in the Welding Competition, Senior Jimmy Wyatt competed in Carpentry. These students competed against over 100 other students from across the Upper Cumberland in various skills. Jacob will advance to State competition in April, held in Chattanooga, TN.

CTE Teacher of the Year Carlos Davis was recognized at the annual Chamber of Commerce Dinner

CTE Picture

Davis is pictured with CTE Director Steve Reel and Crossville TCAT President Cliff Wightman

Carlos Davis, Teacher of the Year
Mr. Carlos Davis has been selected by his peers as the 2023 Bledsoe County CTE Teacher of the Year. While this is Mr. Davis' second year teaching Carpentry, he has spent more than 20 years positively changing the lives of students in Bledsoe County. Before Mr. Davis was a carpentry teacher he was a School Resource officer, then a Maintenance Technician for our school district. Mr. Davis' dedication to student learning can be seen with the many projects including the current project a house. Congratulations you have definitely earned this title.


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