Career and Technical Education (CTE) encompasses a variety of technical training and career preparation programs to prepare students for high-wage, high-skill and high-demand careers. In Frenship ISD, over 2,700+ students (grades 7-12) participate in 90 CTE courses that help them explore career options and develop occupational skills. CTE programs provide students the practical experience they need to succeed through a combination of classroom instruction, hands-on laboratory work, and on-the-job training. In Frenship ISD, all graduating students have taken at least one CTE course.
Frenship High School CTE students will be:
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Public Notification of Nondiscrimination in Frenship ISD Career and Technical Education Programs
CTE District Coordinator Amy Baker
Amy Baker has served as the District Coordinator of Career and Technical Education since July 2016. In this time, she has worked to strengthen curriculum and resource supports for teachers and build collaborative partnerships to further student learning and career readiness. Mrs. Baker oversees programs such as Job Shadow Day, Senior Seminar, campus Lunch and Learns, and Work-Based learning experiences for all grade levels.
She is a former marketing teacher and DECA advisor with over 15 years of classroom and CTE experience. She has a master’s degree in Business Administration and currently holds both a Principal and Superintendent Certification. She was named by the local Chamber of Commerce as a Top 20 Under 40 recipient in 2019. All three of her children attend Frenship School District.