Department of Career, Technical & Agriculture Education
SCHS Scholars Receive SERVSAFE Training
Stewart County CTAE Juniors and Seniors were given the opportunity to receive SERVSAFE training and certification at the Goodwill training center in Columbus, GA. Six scholars rose to the challenge and took advantage of this opportunity. Zariah Spencer, Trenton Hodges, Pamela Grossholz, Maruice Culpepper, Martrel Tarver and Jaz'Mone McDougal all received SERVSAFE certifications which are valid for three years. Congratulations to these scholars!
Nicole Mallory is the CTAE Director for Stewart County Schools.
Shark Tank Winner, Motivational Speaker, Visits SCES
Youth advocate, entrepreneur, author, executive producer and Shark Tank winner, Bob Mackey, recently visited Stewart County Schools. Bob spoke about “Dreaming Big” and overcoming obstacles. Even though Mr. Mackey was identified as gifted, he still eventually dropped out of school. He later received his GED and college degree. He states that he is one of those kids who wasn’t supposed to make it.
He knows some students may also feel this way. He spoke to both middle school and high school students. He let students know that they are in charge of their future and they can make it. In addition to speaking to youth, Bob provides opportunities such as scholarships, technical equipment and mentorship. Bob looks forward to continuing to work with Stewart County students.
Nicole Mallory, Stewart County CTAE Director, coordinated this event.
CTAE Community Service Project
SCHS CTAE Community Service Program
The Career Technical and Agricultural Education(CTAE) department partnered with the Athletic department for a community service project. Students and staff from each department provided snacks for the Senior Citizens Center in Lumpkin.
This was a part of various activities planned in celebration of CTAE month. Nicole Mallory is the CTAE Director for Stewart County.