Over 40 Careerline Tech Center student families will receive Thanksgiving meal boxes packed and prepared by a variety of Tech Center programs working together. Agriculture and Animal Science program students and instructors donated chicken raised for a broiler chicken competition. Freshly baked pies and dinner rolls are compliments of the Pastry Arts and Baking program students while students in the Culinary Arts program honed their culinary skills by making mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing and squash. Students are selected to receive Thanksgiving baskets based upon their notification to the school that their families would appreciate it. CTC staff volunteers then drive throughout the county delivering baskets to student homes during Thanksgiving week.
Holland, MI- Students in the Agricultural and Animal Science program at Careerline Tech Center, a service of Ottawa Area Intermediate School District, won the Michigan Future Farmers of America (FFA) Broiler Contest held November 2 - 4 in Fowlervilleand three teams placed in the top 15.
Pictured L – R: Charlotte Binkley, Claire Helder, Ali Rathjen, Liz Russell, BayLeigh Watson, Nicole VanDyk
Holland, MI-Careerline Tech Center (CTC) invites all area 8th-11th grade students, parents and other community members to the annual Open House event Tuesday, October 25 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Twenty-nine career programs will be open to tour, and teachers will be present to speak with parents and students about the benefits of career/technical education including how to earn college credit, fulfill high school credit requirements, and gain real-world job experience while enrolled.