Saturday April 18, 2015

Is your teenager, or one you know, struggling to figure out his/her career path after high school? Encourage him/her to take advantage of a remarkable opportunity in the 2015 Summer Health Careers Institute, hosted by CU-Anschutz School of Medicine and brought exclusively to Delta County through multiple local sponsors including Delta County Memorial Hospital, Delta County Hospital Foundation, Rocky Mountain Area Health, Delta County Economic Development, Delta-Montrose Technical College and Delta County Joint School District.

Jamie Roeber received an Arch Coal Teaching Grant for her Hotchkiss High School art classes.
“We put the money inside the classroom for tools.

Cedaredge Middle School hosted its first ever Career Day on April 1 for sixth through eighth grade students. Organized by the newly created Bruin Pride Club, students were given the opportunity to visit with many area community members about their careers and their accomplishments as a professional.

Delta County Joint School District #50 is moving toward a K-12 student registration software program for the next school year. The program will automatically integrate registration information into PowerSchool and carry forward student information from year to year.

June 8-12 will mark the second annual Summer Health Careers Institute for Delta County’s high school students. This program is offered to students by the Delta County School District, Delta County Economic Development and Colorado University School of Medicine.

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