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Please Note: The first day of school will be Thursday, September 17th.
Attendance procedures have not changed during Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL).
If your student is absent from school we request their guardian call CTEC at 503-399-5511; or send an email to Beas_Jairo@salkeiz.k12.or.us to excuse the absence.
In terms of attendance, a student is either present or absent. An excused absence is one which is approved by the principal or their designee in one of the following situations:
- Illness of the student;
- Serious illness in the family;
- Religious instruction (with limitations per ORS.339.420;
- Inclement weather;
- Medical appointment or court appointment;
- Emergency, pre-excused, or extenuating circumstances;
- Students that are dependents of an Armed Forces Member of US on active duty.
An unexcused absence is one which is neither excused nor official, and may result in disciplinary action.
Absences must be excused by a student’s parent or guardian. In order to maintain student safety, the district must communicate directly with parents or guardians when discussing a student’s absence.
Log on to ParentVUE or StudentVUE to access attendance records, grades, send/receive teacher communication and view class schedules.
CTEC offers summer camps to our elementary and middle school students. Please stay tuned for more information as we approach summer. If you have questions, please feel free to contact CTEC.
Here at CTEC, we want to recognize our alumni for their great success after completion of school! CTEC is proud to have so many great alumni that are doing incredible things in their careers and community. We are dedicated to continuing our established relationships with our current and future alumni and look forward to connecting further through the events and resources we have available.
Current students and CTEC alumni who are looking for employment can benefit from CTEC’s network of connections. Please e-mail our counselor, Ms. Norma Sanchez, and provide her with the following information:
- First and Last Name
- CTEC Program
- Strongest Technical Skills
- Hours and Wages Needed
Click here to e-mail Ms. Sanchez: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the button below to access the Career Services Page.
CTEC is a one-of-a-kind premier educational institution located in the heart of the Willamette Valley in Salem, Oregon. CTEC students work side-by-side with industry professionals and core academic teachers to acquire a competitive advantage after high school. Rigorous academic standards are partnered with relevant industry skills to deliver a curriculum that is seamlessly integrated with statewide standards and clearly aligned with high-wage, high-demand career pathways. Students who graduate from CTEC are equipped to pursue their dreams.
Click the button below to access the Career Services page!
CTEC has a Career Services center with a full-time counselor available to meet with students. The center is used to connect students with the next step in pursuing their career goals. CTEC Career Services has the tools and resources necessary to guide and help our students with applications, resumes, interviews, cover letters, etc.
Identifying Career Pathways:
Our desire at CTEC is to focus on graduation, as well as the success of each student for years after they graduate from high school. From the day students arrive at CTEC, they start exploring their career future. They explore the Career Tree for their program and put a leaf on the tree as they envision their future. They work closely with the Career Services Center to identify support needed to achieve their career goals.
The business liaisons have been working hard to create a Workforce Resource Library for students, teachers, and parents to have an immense amount of educational resources available in one location (below is the link to the website).
We will be updating it accordingly, with additional resources. If you have any suggestions of websites that would be beneficial, you can submit them through the website (there is a form at the very bottom of the page). We hope that it helps you or others in the community. Feel free to share it!
Certain CTEC programs compete in the SKILLS USA competitions state and nationwide. These competitions are an extension of the skills and knowledge our students learn at CTEC and are a wonderful way for our students to show off their talent by competing in various events.
*Not all programs will offer SKILLS USA teams every year*
For more specific information with regards to the SKILLS USA please call CTEC.
The following programs compete at the SKILLS USA competitions:
- Manufacturing, Welding and Engineering
- Residential Construction (Carpentry)
- Auto-body Repair and Painting
- Drone Technology and Robotics
- Business Development and Leadership
- Law Enforcement