TCHS 2012 CTI Appreciation Brunch
Posted Tuesday, March 20, 2012
On February 23, 2012, Toombs County High School Career and Technical Instruction (CTI) students held an appreciation brunch at the high school cafeteria for the school board, superintendent of schools, teachers, administrators, advisory committee members, student employers, and members of the community. CTI is a support service that is designed to support students with disabilities enrolled in Career, Technical and Agricultural Education classes. The goal of the secondary (grades 9-12) level services is to provide these students with job-entry skills at the completion of the CTAE experience.
Dr. Steve Weeks was the guest speaker at the event and encouraged students to get their education. He discussed his learning problems in school and how he overcame them. Dr. Weeks is a retired educator and owns several successful businesses.Mrs. Sabrina Campbell, CTI Coordinator, was extremely pleased with the turnout at the brunch. "We have our brunch each year to show our appreciation to those who support our program and are instrumental in helping our students succeed at school and in the workplace."
Pictured are: Kasey Hayes and Madison Kight, TCHS CTI students, with workplace supervisors Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Sanders from Oxley Park Rehabilitation Center in Lyons.