CCTC serves high school students from ten high schools in Caddo Parish. CCTC offers 25 programs which enable students to become college and career ready.
Caddo Career & Technology Center, the technical and career education extension of Caddo Parish high schools, serves as a remote campus of area high schools to provide hands-on experience in two-hour blocks of instruction. After high school, many students choose to continue their education in four-year colleges and universities, two-year technical and community colleges, apprenticeships, or enter the workforce as full-time employees. Through the involvement of key corporate and school leaders working with teachers and administrators, Caddo Career & Technology Center is working to deliver a world-class workforce.
Operating as usual
Skilled Trades students have started to get certified on some shop equipment this week 🥽📐🧤 Next week they will begin their first project: jigsaw puzzles! 🧩 Stay tuned for updates on tool/machine certification, student projects, and more! #wearecaddo #caddocareer #skilledtrades
Anticipation is building for 2021!
If any parents need help with Canvas, check out this resource!
As a reminder to our parents and teachers, there are useful resources compiled to help you navigate and improve your experience with the Canvas learning system.
You can call the Caddo Canvas Help Desk at 318-295-0440 or open a support ticket through our website www.caddoschools.org/canvas/. We are here to serve YOU! #WeAreCaddo
Aug 24 Classes
10:45-12:00 (3rd & 4th periods)
1:15-2:30 (5th & 6th periods)
See ya’ll tomorrow!
Check out Caddo’s video regarding start of school!
New rules on campus may take some getting used to. Here's a fun video with some updates to adjust expectations before sending your students to class. We are in this together and going the distance to ensure a safe start to schools! #WeAreCaddo
Check out this video to see who won!
[06/22/20] Fashion Design and Fashion Styling classes were planning on a fashion show at ArtBreak this year. When it was cancelled we told our designers that we would do an online presentation for them when they completed their collection and sent us their photo shoot. Maggie Evans (CE Byrd) was the first one to submit her photo shoot. This is her online presentation. Enjoy! #wearecaddo
We are so grateful for this program!
Be sure to stop by one of the sites listed TODAY before 11:30 am to grab your weekly meals. Meals will include 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches.
Sites are as follows:
-Blanchard Elementary School
-Booker T. Washington High School
-C.E. Byrd High School
-Caddo Heights Elementary School
-Caddo Middle Career and Technology School
-Caddo Parish Magnet High School
-Captain Shreve High School
-Creswell Elementary School
-Fair Park Middle School
-Huntington High School
-Keithville Elementary/Middle School
-North Caddo Elementary/Middle School
-Northside Elementary School
-Southern Hills Elementary School
-Youree Drive Middle School
Click here for more info: http://ow.ly/6JpT50zQcmU
Check out these awesome student created PSAs for Shreveport Green!
Tune in today at NOON for a quick livestream of all the Shreveport Green PSAs, then head to FilmPrizeJr.com to vote for your favorite!
Check out these awesome PSAs!
Join us TODAY AT NOON for a screening of the Southwestern Electric Power Company - SWEPCO PSAs from our amazing Film Prize Junior students!
If you missed Mr. Johnson’s presentation, see it here! #wearecaddo
Join Thom Johnson of Studio Highland for a deep dive into finding that creative spark to make your film! Film Prize Junior is the largest High School Short F...
Tune in with Thom! Mr. Johnson will have tips for educators to help boost student creativity!
Tomorrow we present a special workshop for educators! Thom Johnson of Caddo Career & Technology Center and Studio Highland will be sharing how to spark student creativity and encourage those students in their creative entrepreneurism. Join Thom tomorrow at 12pm right here, or at FilmPrizeJr.com!
Film Prize Jr. debuts next week! Good luck, filmmakers!
Curious about the schedule for this year's Film Prize Junior online festival? Well here it is! In addition to on-demand viewing of the short films on our website, FilmPrizeJr.com, you can join us for SPECIAL LIVESTREAMS of all the amazing shorts! We've also got amazing panels from folks like Thom Johnson of Studio Highland!
Way to go ladies!!! 💙💚 #wearecaddo
Congratulations to the #TYCIC 2020 State Champions, TraceLine, from Junior Achievement of North Louisiana!
Hailey DeRamus and Lauren Wise, seniors from Caddo Career & Technology Center, presented their idea "TraceLine Tracker" at yesterday's State Finals and wowed the judges with their Crazy Idea! They've earned $10,000 in scholarships (+ the $5,000 they'd already earned for winning their local competition).
Many thanks to the Drew Brees Dream Foundation for sponsoring the #TrustYourCrazyIdeasChallenge for thousands of students across Louisiana!
Want to get involved with #TYCIC? Check out www.trustyourcrazyideaschallenge.org!
Please see below for breakfast and lunch pick-up sites.
While Caddo Parish Public Schools will be closed beginning March 13 and continuing through April 13, the district has established 22 feeding sites throughout the parish to allow school-aged children to continue to receive nutritious meals each day.
Starting Monday, parents will be able to drive up to schools for breakfast and lunch during designated times and bagged meals will be provided for easy pick up. Families will not need to enter the school buildings or even exit the car as part of the site protocols.
Breakfast will be served from 7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. Lunch will be available from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. During these times, staff will be available to provide bagged meals at the main entrance of the designated schools.
The following sites will serve as feeding sites from March 16-April 13:
• Caddo Middle Magnet
• Caddo Heights Elementary School
• C.E. Byrd High School
• Caddo Magnet High School
• Captain Shreve High School
• Cherokee Park Elementary School
• Fair Park Middle School
• Green Oaks High School
• Herndon Magnet School
• Jack P. Timmons Elementary School
• J.S. Clark Elementary School
• Judson Magnet School
• Keithville Elementary/Middle School
• North Caddo Elementary/Middle School
• Northwood High School
• Oak Park Elementary School
• Ridgewood Middle School
• Turner Elementary/Middle School
• University Elementary School
• Walnut Hill Elementary/Middle School
• Westwood Elementary School
• Woodlawn High School
For a link to this information on Caddo's website, visit https://www.caddoschools.org/caddo-creates-feeding-sites-across-parish-to-meet-student-needs-during-closure/. #wearecaddo #BIGdreamsstarthere
Here is some great information for parents from our friends at Byrd.
Our next Fashion Friday feature highlights the vibrant collection of young designer, Keriston Williams. Keriston is a Senior attending Booker T Washington High School.
What is the story behind your collection? The story behind my collection is the African culture. Being part of the African American aesthetic inspires me to show off the culture and vibrant colors that are not shown enough in America. I’m also promoting body positivity. There are many women unhappy with their body and this collection shows girls and women to be comfortable in their own skin.
How has the Fashion Design class helped you become a designer? When I walked in, I had no experience. But this is one of my dreams that I told myself “I’m going to accomplish.”
What do you want people to walk away with after your seeing your collection? I want every single person in the audience to feel happy and be able to vibe with the colors in my collection.
CONGRATULATIONS to our Commercial Art & Advertising Design students for sweeping the Caddo Parish Public Schools Security Poster Contest!
THRYA KASSIM (Captain Shreve)
1st Place - Bullying Awareness & Prevention Week
CARISSA RASH (Captain Shreve)
2nd Place - Mental Health Awareness Week
JANYA THOMAS (Captain Shreve)
2nd Place - Bullying Awareness & Prevention Week
GRAYSON NASH (Caddo Magnet)
High School Grand Prize - Red Ribbon Week
1st Place - Red Ribbon Week
JANYA MILLER (Green Oaks)
3rd Place - Bullying Awareness & Prevention Week
KAT WAAS (Captain Shreve)
1st Place - Suicide Prevention Week
KALYNNDRA EDWARDS (Captain Shreve)
1st Place - Red Ribbon Week
ALICE FULLER (Northwood)
2nd Place - Suicide Prevention Week
Architectural Design & Drafting students, Sumner Bass (Captain Shreve, Laquiton McKinley (Woodlawn), Ja’marion White (Captain Shreve), Mia Corley (Caddo Magnet), Trey Tuggle (Captain Shreve), Kyle Reeves (Captain Shreve) & Niya Choice (Captain Shreve), passed their Autodesk: Autocad Certified User certification!
Autodesk® certifications are industry-recognized credentials that can help designers, engineers, and makers succeed at any stage of their career. As more and more industries experience a skills gap as they hire new talent, Autodesk certifications provide a reliable validation of skills and knowledge.
Way to go students!
Marketing students, Lauren Wise and Hailey DeRamus (pictured with Marketing teacher Alan Germany), recently won a $5000 scholarship and CCTC received $2500 for winning the Junior Achievement of North Louisiana Trust Your Crazy Ideas Challenge. These amazingly talented ladies will be competing in Lafayette at State next week. Great job Lauren & Hailey! #wearecaddo
Check out our Horticulture teacher talking all about our upcoming plant sale! #wearecaddo
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FASHION FRIDAY STUDENT HIGHLIGHT:
Chase Dittman is a Fashion Design student and a senior at Captain Shreve High School. He started the year with a background in theater and costume design and has since mastered many new sewing techniques in class.
WHAT IS THE STORY BEHIND YOUR COLLECTION?
My collection comes from my adventures in LARP. [My character is] Auto Licht Springs; hisadventures and personal growths are what inspired the theme of growth in the fashion show and many of the visual elements are pulled directly from his story. I wanted to relate the fashion show to myself and my own personal experiences, as a senior in high school I’ve often thought about my past and future how I’ve changed and how I’ll change going forward.
WHO INSPIRES YOU TO PURSUE YOUR DREAMS?
I’ve been fortunate to have a a group of three incredibly strong women supporting and teaching me. My grandmother who I call Marmie, my mother Sarah Marr, and my mentor and friend Heather Hooper. Marmie taught me how to sew, and is the first person to reel me back in if I’m doing too much in regards to a design. My mom has always been supportive but she’s still hard on me. She was never mean, but she always knew I had the capability to do better than average. Much of my maturity and unwavering sense of self come from how she raised me, she gives me advice when it comes to organization and deadlines and is always there to call me out if I’m screwing up. Heather has been my mentor for four years she is the reason I got into design and has taught me everything I know. She brought out the man I am today, without her I wouldn’t be on the path I am.
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF AFTER HIGH SCHOOL?
After high school I want to become a working costume designer. Preferably in New York.
Be on the look out for Chase’s one-of-a-kind collection at the ArtBreak Festival “Style” Fashion Show Competition on April 24th!
What a great opportunity!
Shreve Memorial Library is looking to hire 35 high school students for our Summer Internship Program. This is a paid internship program where students can earn $7.25/hour and work at one of the Shreve Memorial Library branches located throughout the parish or at the Support Services Center. This is a fantastic opportunity for students to gain valuable work experience as well as training opportunities, including customer service training and spending time in the departments "behind the scenes" at the Support Services Center Students will also be able to spend time on our mobile library and tour many of the library branches.
We are accepting applications through Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at our website employment page: https://shrevelib.applicantpro.com/jobs/.
Be sure to check out our annual Spring Plant Sale coming up March 16-20! CCTC Horticulture program has been working like busy little bees getting ready. So if you are ready to spring forward in getting fresh plants and veggies... save the date! #wearecaddo
CCTC Annual College & Career Fair was a big hit with our students today! They got to visit one-on-one with various colleges and potential employers, which will help them decide what their post-secondary endeavors will be. A big THANK YOU to all our vendors who came out to talk to our students and tell them all about college life & the workforce industry. #wearecaddo
Fashion Design students, Cetera Marshall (Huntington) and Raniya Howard (Captain Shreve), also job shadowed at BPCC in the Photography Department. These students used their classroom skills to style a commercial fashion photoshoot. Thank you again to BPCC Communication Media for your continued support! #wearecaddo #bpcc #bpcccommmedia
Fashion Design & Fashion Styling students, Paige Cobb and Taylor Caster (Northwood), recently job shadowed at BPCC in their Photography Department. These students used skills learned in class to style a high fashion photoshoot featuring some clothing made in class. Thank you BPCC Communication Media for partnering with us to provide opportunities for our students.
#wearecaddo #bpcc #bpcccommmedia
Caddo Parish students can take Electrical at CCTC and Plumbing will be available for 2020-2021 school year!
cbc.ca Windsor-Essex electricians and plumbers could be fully qualified to work by the time they are 20 years old. That's if they take advantage of an expanding skilled trades program the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board and St. Clair College have been working on.
We are officially back on Instagram @caddo_career so be sure to follow us!!!
Fashion Design students, Tyler Walter (Captain Shreve) and Quiana Hayes (Caddo Magnet), had quite the educational experience job shadowing at The Sewing Shop. There, staff led them in using the latest innovative sewing technology to design and create their own embroidery as well as making quilts to improve their sewing skills. Thank you so much to The Sewing Shop for giving our students an incredible experience! #wearecaddo
Fashion Design students, Keriston Williams (Booker T. Washington) and Kamiryea Edwards (Huntington), spent a fun day job shadowing with Nimzo Longstratt of RNL Authentics. They learned from her merchandising and retail expertise as well as getting valuable insight into design and runway shows. Thank you Nimzo for sharing your knowledge with future fashion stars! #wearecaddo
We are very grateful for our friends at Azalea Cleaners! They provided our Fashion Students with a meaningful job-shadowing experience! #wearecaddo
We had a great day teaching garment care and maintenance to Shelandria Marshall and Destiny Stroy in the Fashion and Makeup Artistry program with the Caddo Career & Technology Center. Thank you CCTC for the opportunity to participate in the job shadow program. It was a wonderful experience. 👗🧵🌺
Caddo Career & Technology Center
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Thank You, HAMM MECHANICAL! Wanda Ryba, CMHS Senior and CCTC Carpentry student thoroughly enjoyed her experience. We appreciate our industry partners! #wearecaddo
caddocareer.com The first week in February at CCTC is Job Shadowing Week. When many people look to a groundhog to inform them if winter is coming to an end students at CCTC are looking towards their futures. CCTC partners with local industries and businesses who have our students “shadow them” in order to l...
CCTC would like to recognize Holmes Honda Bossier City for their generous donation of use of a 2020 Honda Odyssey for students and instructors to travel to the Universal Technical Institute’s Top Techs Challenge. Holmes Bossier’s support helped defray student costs, and the large, comfortable 2020 Odyssey had plenty of room for trophies and awards! Thank you! #wearecaddo
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The Shreveport Woodlawn High School Alumni Association is a 501c3 non profit organization.
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Welcome to the Captain Shreve High School Apparel Store. Find all Captain Shreve High School clothing at SpiritShop.com here: http://tinyurl.com/d2yk7kz
An official organization created to support the students and administration of CMHS
The Captain Shreve High School 2003 Class Reunion
Caddo Parish Magnet High School Parent Teacher Student Association