The Six District Educational Compact does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.
Important Re-Start Notice:
Career-Technical Education Programs for 2020-2021
Knowing there are many questions arising in the districts regarding the CTE programs, let me share this update that I believe will provide information for students and parents.
Even though one district is on a remote schedule and the other five are on a hybrid schedule, it is “business as usual” for students attending the CTE program of choice. ALL CTE programs will be in operational mode at all of the six high schools.
For some CTE programs, the students may attend five days a week; some may attend four days a week, etc. This attendance is based on the program enrollment and the physical distancing requirements for that program/lab.
Transportation will be provided.
The common start date for CTE programs will be August 31 with the EXCEPTION of Kent programs that will begin on September 1. Please see the following information for students attending programs at Kent:
Opening Dates: Tuesday, September 1 (Tuesday through Friday programs; Tuesday/Thursday hybrid programs Group A), or Wednesday, September 2 (Wednesday/Friday hybrid programs Group B).
Programs beginning September 1 as follows: Computer Aided Design & Engineering Technologies (CADET); Construction Technologies; Forestry & Landscape Management (F&LM); and Health Careers Technologies (HCT) will run four days a week, in person, Tuesday through Friday. Monday will be online for all.
The Engineering Academy will meet in person three days a week: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, beginning September 1. Monday and Wednesday will be online.
The following programs are divided into Group A and Group B (due to program enrollment and size of labs). For Athletic Health Care & Fitness (AHCF), Business & Sports Management (B&SM), Cosmetology, Electronics Robotics & Programming (ERP); Marketing, and Teaching Professions, the current plan is to utilize the hybrid model. This means these programs will be divided into two groups – A and B. Group A = Tuesday and Thursday in person and Monday, Wednesday, Friday online. Group B = Wednesday and Friday in person and Monday, Tuesday, Thursday online.
Kent CTE teachers will notify students of their schedule.
A “welcome letter” will be sent to each new Career-Technical Education student during the week of August 17th.
It is vitally important, as well, for you to read the information provided by each Compact high school administrator regarding the Career-Technical Education programs in that district.
The safety of all students and staff is the top priority in each Compact district. I want to assure students and parents that all of the protocols — for sanitizing, physically distancing, face coverings and hygiene — are being implemented and will be followed daily.
The link below provides contact names and emails for each CTE program for your program-specific questions.
We look forward to having you engaged with our Career-Technical Education programs!!
Please contact us with questions.
Mary Jane Stanchina
Six District Educational Compact
Apply for the 2021-22 School year beginning February 2021
(Date To Be Determined)
A.C.E. Academy, June 8-12, 2020 — Cancelled
Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Kent State University has cancelled all Summer Camps considered “person to person.” In addition, we recently learned that extensive renovation will be made to the Kent State University Airport runways this summer, which would have prohibited the flyover as part of the ACE camp. If you have registered for the ACE Camp, Kent State will be issuing you a refund.
For future planning, tentative dates for the 2021 ACE Camp are June 14-18. Any students who registered for this year’s camp will have first choice preference for the 2021 ACE Camp.
Reading and Writing Festival — Cancelled
Unfortunately, this year’s annual Reading and Writing Festival on May 5 at Kent State University has been canceled. However, we will continue with the Logo Contest and with the Jason Sykes Essay Contest. Please check with your Teacher Coordinator for additional details.
Other Compact-Sponsored Activities and Programs
The status of other yearly spring and summer opportunities is not yet known. We will continue the recommendations and mandates made by Governor DeWine. As more information becomes available, we will update our website as soon as possible.
Kathrine Jett Eddleman, 2012 Early Childhood Professions completer from Stow-Munroe Falls, graduates this month with a master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from The University of Akron.
Emily Guiletto, a 2011 Roosevelt graduate and Teaching Professions completer, is finishing her second year of teaching at Sells Middle School in the Dublin City Schools.
Colin Doolittle, a 1996 Stow-Munroe Falls graduate, says, “I’ve been working in plastics since I was 16 years old—all based on my experiences in the Compact’s polymers program with teachers Ed Borsuk and Melanie Stewart.”