Early Placement/School-to-Work is a program designed to give students a real world work experience with an employer related to the student's Career Technical program. Students may obtain an application packet from Mr. Wolf in the Student Services office.
Students who apply for Early Placement/School-to-Work must meet the following criteria: approval of CT instructor, limited attendance and discipline issues, a 2.5 GPA and reliable transportation. Students will then be required to complete a bi-weekly evaluation to be turned in regularly to Mr. Wolf.
Employers should understand that they are hiring a high school CT student with limited experience in the workplace. Any issues related to technical skills and employability should be addressed with the student and career technical instructor. At the employer's request and/or the instructor's suggestion, the student can be pulled off placement for a determined period of time for reinforcement of any deficient skill.