Student & Parent Resource Information

CTE classes may be canceled for inclement weather or other unexpected occurrences. CTE students are not expected to report to class when the student’s home school or the host school is closed. CTE students are expected to report when the home school and host school are open. If there is a weather-related delayed start at the home school or host school, morning sessions will be canceled, however, CTE students should report as usual to their afternoon CTE class.

Note: On inclement weather days only, CTE classes held at GOCC will follow Centreville High School for closings, delays, and early dismissals.

In the event of an unexpected early dismissal during scheduled CTE time (severe weather, etc.), CTE staff and local transportation supervisors will coordinate returning students to their home school prior to the school’s dismissal time.

Listen for weather-related school closings on the radio/ TV or check online at WWMT, or contact your home/host school district for information.

CTE uses the SchoolMessenger alert system to better communicate school closures, class changes and other important information to students, parents and/or guardians. You have the option to receive voice messages, email alerts and/or text messages at this time. Information on how to receive alerts will be distributed the first week of school.

How to Setup your account in SchoolMessenger

Students and parents have the option to receive these alerts by phone, email, or text -- or any combination of those three options. To manage how you receive this information, check your email on file with the CTE office.

For further information, please email cte@sjcisd.org or call the CTE office at 269-467-5429.

Federal guidelines require each Career & Technical Education (CTE) program to use certain quantitative measures to monitor the quality of the CTE program. These measures are called Core Performance Indicators (CPIs) and they consider academic and technical performance, graduation from high school, placement in post-secondary education, and preparation for the workforce.

Click here for the 2018-19 CPI Report Report

1S1 Academic Attainment in Reading/Language Arts
Numerator: Number of CTE students who have met the proficient or advanced level on the statewide Michigan Merit Exam (MME) in reading/language arts.
Denominator: Number of CTE students who took the MME assessment in reading/language arts.

1S2 Academic Attainment in Mathematics
Numerator: Number of CTE students who have met the proficient or advanced level on the statewide MME in mathematics.
Denominator: Number of CTE students who took the MME assessment in mathematics.

2S1 Technical Skill Attainment
Numerator: Number of students who passed the technical skill assessments.
Denominator: Number of CTE students who took the technical skill assessments. 

3S1 School Completion
Numerator: Number of CTE students who earned a regular secondary school diploma.
Denominator: Number of CTE students who left secondary education during the reporting year.

4S1 Student Graduation Rates

5S1 Placement
Numerator: Number of 11th and 12th grade CTE completers who left secondary education and were placed in post-secondary education or advanced training, in the military, or employment in the 3rd quarter following the program year in which they left secondary education.
Denominator: Number of 11th and 12th grade CTE completers who left secondary education during the reporting year.

6S1 Nontraditional Participation
Numerator: Number of CTE students from underrepresented gender groups who participated in a program that leads to employment in nontraditional fields during the reporting year.
Denominator: Number of CTE students who participated in a program that leads to employment in nontraditional fields during the reporting year.

6S2 Nontraditional Completion
Numerator: Number of CTE students from underrepresented gender groups who completed a program that leads to employment in nontraditional fields.
Denominator: Number of CTE students from underrepresented gender groups who had participated in a program that leads to employment in the nontraditional fields.