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Staff HandbookCareer & Technical Education2015-2016It is the policy of Spring ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in its Career & TechnicalEducation programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the EducationAmendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended.Revised 9/30/15

Table of ContentsSECTIONPAGEMission Statement1Nondiscrimination Statement2CTE Overview3CTE Department Contacts4Career Pathways 2015-20165CTE Course List 2015-20166CTE Curriculum & Resources8Professional Development Requirements9CTE Advisory Board14Career Cluster Coordinator Guidelines15Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) & Sponsorship18Certification Reporting23Procedure: Safety Requirement26Procedure: Field Experiences36Procedure: Purchasing43Procedure: Inventory47Procedure: Admission, Review and Dismissal (ARD) Participation49Procedure: Travel (Teacher/Staff)50Procedure: Travel (Student)65Handbook Acknowledgement of Receipt/Accountability71

Mission StatementCareer & Technical Education Mission Statement:All graduates will exhibit the academic foundation and 21stCentury Skills necessary to compete in a global economy.1

Nondiscrimination StatementSpring Independent School District Public Notification of Nondiscrimination inCareer & Technical Education ProgramsSpring ISD offers a variety of Career and Technical Education programs.It is the policy of Spring ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap inits vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, asamended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973,as amended.Spring ISD will take steps to assure that lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission andparticipation in all educational and vocational programs.For information about your rights or grievance procedures, contact the Title IX Coordinator, Vermeille Jonesat 16717 Ella Blvd., Houston, TX 77090, 281-891-6073 and/or the Section504 Coordinator, Ty Bailey at 16717 Ella Blvd., Houston, TX 77090, 281-891-6278.2

CTE OverviewThe Spring ISD Career & Technical Education (CTE) program provides students with a coherent sequence ofrigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skillsin preparation for postsecondary education and careers. Spring’s CTE program is aligned with the nationalCareer Cluster Initiative ( and the state’s implementation, Achieve Texas( programming is available grades K-12. Our district’s program offers coherent sequences in43 career pathways, representing all 16 of the federally-defined career clusters.CTE focuses on enhanced learning experiences for all students. The chart below outlines CTEenhancements.Elementary SchoolCareer AwarenessCampus Support:CTE & College Counselors “When I Grow Up?” CareerCurriculum/WorkforceSolutionsAnnual Career AwarenessMonth Activities (February)Junior Achievement DaysCTE/GT Spark Summer CampMiddle SchoolHigh SchoolCareer ExplorationCareer ExperiencesCampus Support:CTE & College CounselorsCTE Teachers “When I Grow Up?” CareerCurriculum/WorkforceSolutionsSelect CTE Classesth8 Grade Career InterestInventory and initial CareerPathway selection throughExploring Careers &Professional CommunicationsclassSelect Field ExperiencesJunior Achievement FinanceParkNAVIGATE: Exploring College& CareersCareer Quest Summer CampCampus Support:CTE & College Counselors, CTE DepartmentChairs, Career Cluster Coordinators, CTETeachers 47 Career Pathways (Coherent Sequence)Work-Based Learning/InternshipsIndustry-Specific Field ExperiencesJob Shadowing10th Grade Career AssessmentsIndustry CertificationsCareer & Technical Education StudentOrganizations (CTSO’s)CTE Articulated Credit CoursesCTE Dual Credit CoursesDistrict-Wide College Nights/FairsDistrict-Wide Financial Aid CompletionEventsCollege Quest Summer Camp3

CTE Department Contacts4

Plan Your FuturePathways and Endorsements Offered at High SchoolsPUBLIC SERVICEARTS & HUMANITIESBUSINESS & INDUSTRYSTEMPathway and Endorsement OptionsElectronicsEngineering – PLTWSystems EngineeringComputer ural Science & AgribusinessAnimationArchitecture & ConstructionAuto TechnologyBanking/Finance and AccountingBusiness ManagementComputer TechnologyConstruction ManagementCulinary ArtsCulinary & Pastry ArtsEnvironmental & Aquatic ScienceFashion DesignGraphic Design & IllustrationHospital AdministrationHotel Management/Travel & TourismLogistics, Planning and Management SystemsManufacturing TechnologyMarketingMedia TechnologyOil and Gas ProductionPiping and PlumbingVeterinary StudiesWeb Design & DevelopmentWeldingEnglish Language Arts ElectivesTechnology AppsDanceInstrumental PerformanceTheatreVisual ArtsVocal PerformanceSocial StudiesSingle Foreign LanguageDouble Foreign LanguageEnglish Language ArtsCriminal JusticeDentistryEducationEmergency Medical TechnicianFirefighter ScienceLaw Enforcement/Homeland SecurityNursingOccupational/Physical TherapyParalegalPersonal TrainerPharmacy & Pharmacy TechnicianPre-LawPre-Medical StudiesPsychology & CounselingSports MedicineAP/Dual CreditJROTCSpring ISD *****************MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES*******************Revised 7/29/155

CTE Course List 2015-16The following is a list of the high school courses for Career & Technical Education. For more information onthese courses and how they appear on CTE Career Pathways, please reference the Spring ISD Programs ofStudy.6


CTE Curriculum & ResourcesThe How····Identifying the depth and complexity of the TEKS for your course(s)Planning assessments prior to instructionIntegrating Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSO’s) and Industry Certifications into CTE curriculumActively seeking field and/or career experiences for students related to your Career Cluster······Teaching 100% of the TEKS using SISD curriculum documents on ELearn and other resourcesFifty professional development hours annuallyDifferentiating Instruction according to the needs of a diverse student populationProviding opportunities for students to develop and practice the technical and academic skills needed for a careerRecruiting for your Career Pathway and building business partnerships via the CTE Advisory BoardWorking with the appropriate CTE Advisory Board committee to review your program annuallyNon-NegotiablesInstructional Strategies /Differentiated Instruction· SISD Special Education Support Manual - d-sped-curriculummanual-team/· Gifted & Talented Resources:· Texas A&M Career & Technical Special Populations Online Training:· University of North Texas CTE Accommodations/Modifications Manual:· The Teacher Toolkit -· HISD Instructional Frames Online Training -· ELearn (SISD Curriculum Documents) -· University of North Texas (Over 1700 Lessons) -· CTE Online (Free account – lesson plans, projects, resources) -· Instructional Resources for Hospitality & Tourism/Human Services:· Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources/Transportation, Distribution & com/· “When I Grow Up” Workforce Solutions: -planning/careerexploration/when-i-grow-up· (Math, Science, Test Prep lectures/lessons)/(Must create free account to access. District passcode:SISD) :· Learning for Life Career & Character Education Curriculum (contact CTE Counselor):· LC2 (The Learning Commons at the Leadership Center):· Texas Education Agency/CTE TEKS - 4881· Achieve Texas College & Career Initiative:· CTE Advocacy and resources for public awareness campaigns -· Association for Career & Technical Education (ACTE) -

Professional Development RequirementsStudent achievement is a focus for all Spring ISD employees. Professional learning equips our educatorswith the tools to support our diverse student population. While guidelines are provided at the districtlevel, please note that individual professional learning plans are a collaborative effort between theteacher and a campus administrator based on need.Professional Learning Requirements: 50 hours annually (April 1 – March 31) Hours may be earned through the following methods: One-to-one, online through PD 360/SimpleK12, workshops, professional learning communities/extended professional learning time/MorningSTAAR, conferences, training of trainers and college coursework Out-of-district training should be pre-approved by the appropriate campus administrator Eduphoria is the tracking system for professional development in Spring ISDProfessional Learning Recommendations for CTE Teachers:Training CategoriesHoursTrainings may fall under multiple categories, but may not count more than once. Professional LearningCommunities and organized planning may count toward staff development hours.Content Knowledge and Industry Trends & Standards (Specific to Career Cluster)6Trainings in this category are designed to improve the teacher’s knowledge of the discipline they teach.These trainings should be centered on the teachers’ career cluster to help teachers stay abreast ofInstructional Technology3Trainings in this category focus on the use of technology by students and teachers to improve learning.Teachers will receive instruction in the use of technology so that the Technology Application TEKS can bemastered by the student. (Examples: Moodle, Google)Curriculum/Curriculum Resources6Trainings in this category focus on providing instruction in how to use or teach from the Spring ISDcurriculum documents and the use of specific required curriculum resources. (Examples: AdaptiveCurriculum, Discovery Education, springboard, e-learn)Instructional Engagement6Trainings in this category focus on strategies for developing classrooms and lessons where students arehighly engaged and successful. (Examples: PEAK, Kagan)Specialized—SPED/ELL12HoursTraining in this category focus on CTE teachers serving Special Populations (Examples:Accommodations and Modifications, ELPS, Sheltered Instruction, and Texas A&M AgriLife ExtensionService online training Categories9

Safety3-6Based on Career Cluster Area and Industry StandardsEthics3Trainings in this category address the professional expectations of all teachers as outlined in the districtpolicy and educator code of conduct.Learning Environment2Trainings in this category are designed to provide a framework for developing a culture of mutual respectand to help teachers develop relationships with their students in order to improve learning. (Example:Ruby Payne Framework for Understanding Pover

CTE Overview 3 CTE Department Contacts 4 Career Pathways 2015-2016 5 CTE Course List 2015-2016 6 CTE Curriculum & Resources 8 Professional Development Requirements 9 CTE Advisory Board 14 Career Cluster Coordinator Guidelines 15 Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSOs) & Sponsorship 18 Certification Reporting 23

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