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The Holland Council of Knights of Columbus funds the program for Holland CBI students which increases their self-esteem and grows social and interpersonal skills.
Careerline Tech Center partners with OSHA, MSU and Michigan Farm Bureau to develop new industry-appropriate credential.
Join us in December to make a Gingerbread House with one of your favorite kid sous chefs in the Careerline Tech Center kitchen.
Supporting: United Way. Chef's: CBI Students. When: Fri. Nov. 20, 11:30-1 Cost: $5 donation
Thursday, November 12, 2015, 4–7 PM. See the new home built by high school students from three construction trades programs over the course of two years.
The free, three-daylong, professional development opportunities will be November 12, February 11 and April 21.
Young adult students from the OAISD Grand Haven CBI program hosted an art show at the Grand Haven CBI classroom. Check out their great pieces!
Careerline Tech Center will formally induct the first class of students into the CTC chapter of the National Technical Honor Society
October 15 marked the 15th anniversary of the Patrick A. Thompson MTEC facility, an embodiment of the flourishing partnership between GRCC and OAISD.
Young adult students from the OAISD Community Based Instruction programs will compete in a chorale competition at the Midtown Center in Holland.
Students in the Graphic Design program and Printing and Graphic Arts program worked together to create a winning entry highlighting CTC school pride in a Grand Haven ArtWalk competition.
M-TEC staff will help businesses interested in educating their employees at M-TEC apply to receive up to a $1,500 training reimbursement per employee.
School employees and community members are invited Tue, Oct 13 to hear speakers discuss topics surrounding human trafficking. Register by Oct 11.
National Winner in the 2015 SkillsUSA Competition in the Diesel and Heavy Equipment Anthony Langeland received a Special Tribute from the Michigan Legislature.
ASBO International has awarded OAISD its Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting award for the 13th consecutive year.
Bill Sign with Governor
Two of our local district Superintendent's and a local district CFO were on hand for the momentous occasion of Governor Rick Snyder signing Public Acts 4496 and 4497, the School Bond Loan fund legislation.
High school juniors, seniors and teachers are working with local businesses and organizations for hands-on learning in futurePREP'd IChallengeU program.
Twelve student teams from throughout the Ottawa area presented their final ice cream sundae creations as the second annual summer Sundae School program drew to a conclusion.
The OAISD Board of Education announced Peter Haines is the new superintendent and approved a three-year contract.
The two programs collaborated on a simulated bus crash to give students from CTC’s Healthcare programs hands-on experience.
Students placed first and second in the third annual Tulip Time T-shirt Design Contest. Congratulations!
The OAISD Board of Education selected Pete Haines, Superintendent of Greenville Public Schools, as a finalist for the position of OAISD Superintendent.
Students from the EMS program were selected to attend a CTE showcase at the State Capitol to showcase their lifesaving skills.
There are over 100 openings for free and low-cost high-quality summer preschool still available for qualifying students.
Lt. Governor Brian Calley spoke before the Ottawa Area School Boards Association, Tuesday, March 10. He was in town to promote Proposal 1.
Click on the "more" link below to learn how Proposal 1 affects schools.
As the current chair of the House Education Committee for the 98th Legislature, Representative Price enjoyed meeting students and staff at CTC.
The 4,000 sq. foot barn gives students the opportunity to work with live animals and help them pursue careers such as veterinary and animal science.
The eight-week co-op work program involved Grand Haven and Holland Public Schools, MRS and the DNR to provide work experience to twelve students this summer.
Have you heard about Common Core State Standards, but not sure exactly what they are or what that even means? We're here to help.
Education experts from the Ottawa area talk about school safety, bullying, Common Core and social media.
Maranda on WOTV4Women interviewed teachers helping students experience more in Spanish and Mandarin immersion programs.
Watch WZZM 13's story to learn about the healing effects art education has on incarcerated students at the Ottawa County Juvenile Detention Center.
CTC Media Communications student Mackenna was selected as a winner from over 1,000 entries for her anti-underage drinking public service announcement.
Attention 2012 CTC graduates. The annual CTC Graduate survey runs March 4 - April 26. The survey lasts 5 minutes and is confidential. Thanks for your help!
Friday, March 8 come see international sensation Carlos Seise in Spring Lake to support Artists Creating Together in the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District.
Due to weather, the PAC meeting has been CANCELLED for Thursday, Jan 31 at 13565 Port Sheldon Rd. It will be rescheduled at a later date. Thank you.
Ottawa Area Intermediate School District (OAISD) is proud to celebrate 50 years of serving all learners in the Ottawa area.
Careerline Tech Center 2011 graduates - it isn't a political survey! March 5 - April 20 CTC will conduct its annual graduate follow-up calls. Thanks for your participation.
Michigan Farm Bureau visited Tony McCaul's "new and exciting" Agriculture Science program at Careerline Tech Center.
Toot-n-scoot Chili and Dance Competition
Join our Community Based Instruction students at the Toot-n-Scoot chili and dance competition, March 4 at 10:30 a.m at VanBuren ISD.
Students at Sheldon Pines School are participating in a Save the Children effort by making hats for newborns around the world.
Art students at the Ottawa County Juvenile Detention Center are supporting Love, Inc. and want your vote.
Learn how to earn college credit, fulfill high school credit requirements, and gain real-world job experience at CTC October 27 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Holland.