Trousdale County High held its second annual Career Pathway Fair this week. The fair is designed to provide a firsthand exploration experience for 8th and 9th graders who are entering one of the schools’ eleven career pathways that are available to students through collaboration with the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) Hartsville.
Students visit each career pathway where they meet the instructor, a professional in the field, and receive a brochure that provides families with vital information necessary to make career pathway decisions that are the best fit for their student’s post-secondary success.
“The more information educators provide for students within this decision making process, the better prepared students will be to make this important decision,” stated Graduation Coach, Shelley Cook. Troudale County High will hold its’ next important meeting for parents on Thursday, March 21. The 8th grade parent’s meeting will be held at Jim Satterfield Middle School beginning at 6:00 pm. The 9th and 10th grade parent’s meeting will be held at 7:00 pm. at Trousdale County High where student PreACT results will be shared with parents. “The parent meetings are essential to best equip families in making the best career pathway choices for their students. Each year, we hold these meetings prior to spring high school registration.” Stated Director of Schools, Clint Satterfield.
For more photos from the event, visit Trousdale County Schools District Photo Gallery.