KTEC Health Students Compete at State
Thirty KTEC Health Professions Students of America (HOSA) members attend the 2013 State HOSA Leadership Conference and Competition from April 11-13. Constance Dove was elected Region 1 Vice President, Erin Mulady received national recognition for her portfolio and newsletter, and Morgan Marshal received the Barbara James award for completing over 150 hours of community service. Placing in events are: Emily DeMarcus 1st place in Personal Care; LeStat Argow 2nd place in Personal Care; Skylar Herman and LeStat Argow 2nd place in Career Health Display; Nicholas Bogar and Christina Duran top 5 in Career Health Display; Skylar Herman top 5 in Medical Math; and Justin Duran top 5 in Medical Law and Ethics. Students placing in the top 3 of their event are eligible to attend HOSA’s National Conference in Nashville this summer.
KTEC Students Honored at FIRST Robotics Tournament
KTEC's FIRST Robotics Competition team #4520 - Misfit Toys - took home honors this year as the "Rookie All-Star" of the tournament. Out of 41 teams the KTEC team was 1 of 4 invited to compete at the World Championships in St. Louis, Mo. The "Rookie All-Star" award celebrates the rookie team exemplifying a young but strong partnership effort, as well as implementing the mission ofFIRST to inspire students to learn more about science and technology. Last year, while coaching a previous team, Coach Lorenzen was awarded the Woodie Flowers Award for the Spokane 2012 Regional. This award is presented to an outstanding engineer or teacher participating in the robotics competition who best demonstrates excellence in teaching science, math, and creative design.
Building the Future of Kootenai County
Thank you for taking an interest in the Kootenai Technical Education Campus. Our priority is to give our next generation every possible avenue for success, right here at home.
We are a partnership between business and industry leaders, local school districts and local manufacturers. This high school hybrid will offer dual enrollment credits, industrial certifications and a new route to success through applied skill learning.
Core classes will be taught at each student’s current high school. Technical skill training will be delivered at KTEC.