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
Michigan College Month is held each October and Owosso High School staff are #allin4owosso as they mentor all grades levels to #ReachHigherOHS, learn about post-secondary planning for college, skilled trade schools, job exploration, and military opportunities.
The counselors, teachers and support staff all participated including College Spirit Week: Note the MSU photobomb in the CMU group photo! Alumni competition aside, the #Classof2023 seniors are especially off to a great start in their career and college exploration, and submitting applications.
Checkout the Scholarship Zone next, to learn all about the local, state and regional scholarships to earn free money for college and trade schools: www.ReachHigherOHS.org/scholarships.
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