CHS CTE Students Lend A Hand

CHS Students from Mr. Roberts’ Carpentry and Mr. Black’s Technical Drawing Classes saw their designs come to life on the Habitat for Humanity Building Site in Caroline County.   The Carpentry students prefabricated the walls in the CHS Carpentry Lab and brought them to the site.  Lunch was prepared by and served to all of the students and workers by Chef Jazz’s Culinary Class.

CHS Carperntry students raise a house wallCHS Technical Drawing students watch their design take shapeCHS Culinary srudents wait to serve lunch


CHS FFA and the Flying Pig

CHS FFA students at the Flying Pig beside their VA State Fair Hay Bale competition entryOn November 20th,  FFA students from Mr. Gravatts first period went to the Flying Pig restaurant and recreated their State Fair hay bale entry. The owner then treated everyone to an awesome breakfast of a BBQ sandwich created with a bacon topped donut as the bun and hot chocolate. If you get a chance head down 207 and check it out. Great job students!

Career Cafe Happenings

On November 7th the Career Coach partnered with Junior Achievement of Central Virginia  and Luck Stone in Milford Va for a job shadow opportunity.  Ten students learned  about workplace readiness skills, career opportunities, and the history of Luck Stone Industries.  Students also where given a tour and participated in a working lunch on site.

The Career Cafe held on November 14th hosted  Stephen C. Letchford, L.S., Survey Manager of AES Consulting Engineers.  Mr. Letchford discussed the various career pathways for surveying, what the job is really like , and the great need for surveyors in the future.    For more information on this career, please visit Virginia Association of Surveyors  for more information.


Students standing in front of a rock truckStudents who participated in the career cafe in November

CHS Automotive Earns Conditional National Accreditation Status

On October 24th and 25th a team from the Automotive Service Excellence Education Foundation completed a review of the Automotive Training Program at CHS. Twelve Automotive Program standards were analyzed and assessed. Congratulations to Mr. Anderson and his students for becoming conditionally accredited. We look forward to achieving full accreditation status after our next review 2.5 years from now.

automovie students