BIG NEWS! The SRESD is offering a 2022-2023 2nd Semester Automation Technology CTE Program!!!
The Shiawassee RESD plans to offer a CTE Automation Technology Program focused on Mechatronics to 11th and 12th grade students for the second semester in the 2022-2023 school year. The Automation Technology CTE Program will be open to all high school students in Shiawassee County who have completed 10th grade and have a minimum 2.0 GPA.
This CTE program will focus on robotics and pre-engineering and may also include basic welding/soldering. The course will cover: electrical components and systems, mechanical components and systems, hydraulic and pneumatic components and systems, and computer and control systems.
This class will have a start date of January 4th. The class will meet Monday – Friday at Corunna High School from 7:30 AM – 9:15 AM. Students are responsible for their own transportation to the program.
To Enroll in Automation Technology, Students Should Contact Their High School Counselor or Scan the QR Code.
Enrollment ends on December 7, 2022
The Letter of Recommendation Request Form is a downloadable, printable, and fillable PDF. There are also printed copies in the SSC. The form is a resource tool for this year's graduating students to use as they apply for apprenticeships, jobs, trade school, and college.
Make Timely Plans -
1. Timing is Key - Give requestees PLENTY of time to fulfill your request on time. Keep in mind that dozens of seniors might be asking the same teacher or administrator for a letter. The more time you give them, the better.
2. Communication is Key - Ask them ahead of time if they are able to manage a request letter by your deadline. think ahead of time about who you will ask and provide them a copy of your request form well ahead of time.
Make & Keep Original - Fill out 1 original copy and keep that original so you are able to make additional copies if needed.
Make & Distribute Copies - Make copies of your original and provide a copy to each of your requestees.
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