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Advisory Mission


Proposed Mission & Vision of Advisory Committee *This will be presented and voted upon at our Spring Advisory Committee meeting in 2013. Advisory Board Mission To create a collaborative partnership between local industry and educators that will allow the preparation of college and career ready students. Advisory Board Philosophy We believe local community members have much to offer the students and faculty of Howard High School. The CTAE department will benefit from the perspective of local business leaders and post-secondary educators. These local leaders can ensure that the curriculum and instruction followed in the department meet current industry standards and needs. Because of this, all advisory board members are encouraged to participate in classrooms and clubs at Howard High.


Advisory roster


Name Ms. Susan Little (secretary) Ms. Natasha Eppinger (co‐chair) Mr. Josh Hunter Ms. Natasha Hawkins Mr. Bob Thompson Ms. Fran Jones Mr. Jeff Weed Ms.Cynthia Smith Latrenda Leaks Dr. Linda Cooper Terry Sanders Ursula Lynch Ms. Natalie Waddell Ms. Lynne Weeks Josh Walton Chris Wieters Dominique Vidal Nichols

Company Howard High Howard High Howard High Suntrust Bank Department of Labor Department of Labor Department of Labor CGTC Department of Labor Macon State College Macon State College Howard Middle School CGTC U.S. Ad Products University of GA SBDC Piedmont Financial Group The Victory Group

Mr. Joe Finkelstein Mr. Morgan Jarvis (Co‐chair) Mr. Joseph Goggans Mr. Michael Cumbie Dr. Bob Allen Mr. Kyle Kelly Ms. Jackie Turner Ms. Margo Kinnery Ms. Karen Rackley Dr. Neil Rigole Jan Tedders Dennis Applebee

Howard High Howard High Bibb BOE Central Georgia Tech Mercer University Damba, LLC Central Georgia Tech Central Georgia Tech Howard Middle Macon State College Wesleyan College Wesleyan College

Mr. Matt Adams Ms. Betty Hill Dr. Cassandra Washington Dr. Sharon Joyner Ms. Carra Floyd  Ms. Laurie Terry Ms. Laurie Terry Ms. Leigh Olsen Ms. Suzanne Spaid Ms. Amber Miles Ms. Angela Madray Ms. Anna Jones Ms. Stacey Bennett Ms. Lara Shirey

Howard High School Howard High School Bibb County Schools Bibb County Schools Bibb County Schools Howard High School Howard High School Howard High Howard High School Howard High School Howard High School Howard High School Howard High School Howard High School

Howard High School CTAE Advisory Board 2011‐2012 Business and Computer Science (Small Business Development & Accounting) Title Street Address City Teacher 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Teacher/FBLA Co‐ Advisor 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Teacher 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Customer Service Representative 5928 Zebulon Road  Macon Career Center Manager 3090 Mercer University Drive  Macon Asst. Career Center Manager 3090 Mercer University Drive  Macon District Tax Director 3090 Mercer University Drive  Macon Dept. Chair, Arts & Sciences 3300 Macon Tech Drive Macon Career Developer 3090 Mercer University Drive  Macon Business Instructor 100 College Station Drive Macon Business Instructor 100 College Station Drive Macon Middle School Teacher 6600 Forsyth Road Macon Accounting Instructor 3300 Macon Tech Drive  Macon Sales Representative 3773 Northside Drive Macon Consultant 4875 Riverside Drive Suite 202 Macon Financial Advisor 2745 Northwoods Drive North  Macon President & CEO 3418 Wilmington Drive  Macon Interactive Multimedia/Programming Teacher 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Teacher/FBLA Adviser 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Computer Tech 163 Northridge Drive Macon Technical Support Specialist 3300 Macon Tech Drive Macon Post‐Secondary Professor 1400 Coleman Avenue Macon Consultant 311 Fairways Drive Macon Department Head 3300 Macon Tech Drive Macon Webmaster 3300 Macon Tech Drive Macon Computer Teacher 6600 Forsyth Road Macon Assistant Professor ‐ IT 100 College Station Drive Macon Computer Information Resources 4760 Forsyth Road Macon Art Department 4760 Forsyth Road Macon At Large Members  Principal 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Counselor 6400 Forsyth Road Macon CTAE Supervisor 6400 Forsyth Road Macon CTAE Director 2011 Riverside Drive Macon Career Coach 6400 Forsyth Road Macon CTI Coordinator CTI Coordinator 6400 Forsyth Road 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Teacher/WBL Coordinator 6400 Forsyth Road Macon PLC Coordinator 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Counselor 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Counselor 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Family Engagement Facilitator 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Assistant Principal 6400 Forsyth Road Macon Graduation Coach 6400 Forsyth Road Macon

State Zip GA 31210 GA 31210 GA 31210 GA 31210 GA 31204 GA 31204 GA 31204 GA 31206 GA 31204 GA 31206 GA 31206 GA 31210 GA 31206 GA 31210 GA 31210 GA 31204 GA 31204

Phone 478.779.4934 478.779.4940 478.779.4850 478.476.1004 478.751.6400 478.751.4474 478.751.4427 478.757.2562 478.751.6400 478.471.2700 478.471.2700 478.779.3501 478.757.2562 478.477.2221 478.757.4790 478.845.1238 979.549.2119

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31210 31210 31220 31206 31207 31220 31206 31206 31210 31206 31210 31210

478.779.4850 478.779.4851 478.765.8659 478.757.2569 478.301.2817 478.719.7567 478.719.7568

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Email slittle.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us neppinger.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us jhunter.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us tasha.hawkins@suntrust.com

bob.thompson@dol.state.ga.us frances.jones@dol.state.ga.us jeff.weed@dol.state.ga.us csmith@centralgatech.edu latrenda.leaks@dol.state.ga.us linda.cooper@maconstate.edu terry.sanders@maconstate.edu ulynch.howard@bibb.k12.ga.us nwaddell@centralgatech.edu Lynne@usadproducts.com cwieters@financialguide.com dominique.nichols@bobcats.gcsu.edu

jfinkelstein.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us mjarvis.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us jgoggans@bibb.k12.ga.us mcumbie@centralgatech.edu allen_r@mercer.edu jturner@centralgatech.edu mkenirey@centralgatech.edu krackley.howardms@bibb.k12.ga.us

478‐757‐3661 jteddars@wesleyancollege.edu dapplebee@wesleyancollege.edu madams.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us bhill.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us cmwashington@bibb.k12.ga.us sjoyner@bibb.k12.ga.us cfloyd@howardhs.bibb.k12.ga.us

lmterry.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us lolsen.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us sspaid@bibb.k12.ga.us amiles.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us amadray.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us ajones.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us sbennett.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us lshirey.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us


Advisory Agendas


AGENDA Advisory Committee Meeting Interactive Media/Computing Howard High School Career, Technology and Agricultural Education Department September 23, 2010

Welcome and Introductions ...................................................Kalin Gunn & Joe Finkelstein Breakout Agenda Items: Pathways/Program content/curriculum/courses Job placement Opportunities / Work Based Learning Model Opportunities for This/Year (Competitions/Internships/Field Trips) Update Contact List Adjournment


Agenda Interactive Media & Programming Break Out Session Advisory Board – February 17, 2011   Fall Advisory Board Meeting  Members Present:    • • • • • •    

Call to Order  FIRST Robotics Update  Program Update  Committee Recommendations  Questions and Answers  Adjournment 


September 22, 2011

INTERACTIVE MEDIA – BREAKOUT SESSION

4 p.m. Room 405

Meeting called by:

Joe Finkelstein

Type of meeting:

Facilitator:

Note taker:

Joe Finkelstein

Morgan Jarvis

Attendees:

Advisory Board

Joe Finkelstein, Morgan Jarvis, Committee Members

AGENDA ITEMS

Topic Presenter 9 Call to Order 9 FBLA Update 9 Program Update 9 Committee Recommendations 9 Adjournment


March 1, 2012

INTERACTIVE MEDIA – BREAKOUT SESSION

4 p.m. Room 405

Meeting called by:

Joe Finkelstein

Type of meeting:

Facilitator:

Note taker:

Joe Finkelstein

Morgan Jarvis

Attendees:

Joe Finkelstein, Morgan Jarvis, Bob Allen

AGENDA ITEMS

Topic Presenter 9 FBLA Update o

Morgan Jarvis gave update regarding various FBLA items: ƒ

Region Competition results

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State Competition planning

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New advisor (Joe Finkelstein)

9 Program Update o

Joe Finkelstein gave update of Interactive Media and Programming pathways items: ƒ

AP Programming Exam

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End of Pathway Tests

9 Committee Recommendations o

Bob Allen made recommendations on web tools to use in web design courses ƒ

JFiddle

Advisory Board


September 20, 2012

INTERACTIVE MEDIA

4 p.m.

BREAK-OUT SESSION Type of meeting:

Advisory Board Fall 2012

Facilitator: Joe Finkelstein Morgan Jarvis

n Attendance:

AGENDA ™

Pathways/Description and Course Review/End of Pathway Testing

™

Career Coach

™

FBLA Update

™

CTAE activities

™

Committee Recommendations

™

Questions and Answers

™

Next Advisory Board Meeting Date March 7, 2013 ™

Adjournment

Room 405

Note taker: Morgan Jarvis


SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT BREAK-OUT SESSION Type of meeting:

Susan Little

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

AGENDA ™

Pathways/Description and Course Review

™

FBLA Update

™

Committee Recommendations

™

Questions and Answers

™ Next Advisory Board Meeting Date February 17, 2010 ™

Adjournment

Room 404

Note taker:

Belinda Collier, Steve Neil, Susan Little

Community Service Projects Partnership with DECA

3 p.m.

Advisory Board Fall 2010

Facilitator:

Attendees: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

September 23, 2010


Agenda Small Business Break Out Session Advisory Board – February 17, 2011 Attendees:

• • • • •  

Call to Order FBLA Update Program Update Committee Recommendations Adjournment


September 22, 2011

INTERACTIVE MEDIA – BREAKOUT SESSION

4 p.m. Room 405

Meeting called by:

Natasha Eppinger

Facilitator:

meeting:

Advisory Board

Note taker:

Natasha

Susan Little

Eppinger

Attendees:

Type of

Natasha Eppinger, Susan Little, Cynthia Smith, Natalie Waddell, Carl Tims

AGENDA ITEMS

Topic Presenter 9 Call to Order 9 FBLA Update 9 Program Update 9 Committee Recommendations 9 Questions and Answers 9 Adjournment


March 1, 2012

INTERACTIVE MEDIA – BREAKOUT SESSION

4 p.m. Room 405

Meeting called by:

Natasha Eppinger

Facilitator:

meeting:

Advisory Board

Note taker:

Natasha

Susan Little

Eppinger

Attendees:

Type of

Natasha Eppinger, Susan Little, Cynthia Smith, Terry Sanders

AGENDA ITEMS

Topic Presenter 9 Call to Order 9 FBLA Update 9 Program Update 9 Committee Recommendations 9 Questions and Answers 9 Adjournment


SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

September 20, 2012 4 p.m.

BREAK-OUT SESSION Type of meeting:

Advisory Board Fall 2012

Facilitator: Susan Little Josh Hunter

In Attendance:

AGENDA ™

Pathways/Description and Course Review/End of Pathway Testing

™

Career Coach

™

FBLA Update

™

CTAE activities

™

Committee Recommendations

™

Questions and Answers

™

Next Advisory Board Meeting Date March 7, 2013

™

Adjournment

Room 404

Note taker: Josh Hunter


Advisory Minutes


HOWARD HIGH SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD FALL MEETING  MINUTES   SEPTEMBER 23, 2010    CALL TO ORDER  Mr. Adams called the meeting to order, and welcomed everyone.  MINUTES  This was the first meeting of the year. There were no minutes to approve.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Role of Advisory Board Members ‐ Mrs. Collier explained items in our folders. She asked all members of  the advisory board to complete the information sheet and return it before they leave today. All  members were given a list of other members with contact information as well as a list of our pathways.  Board Chair Nominations – Mr. Chad Yats volunteered to serve in this capacity. The nominations were  closed, and members voted to accept Mr. Yats’ nomination.  Mrs. Collier shared some of our goals this year:   • get students work ready  • increase the number of pathway completers  • job shadowing during February (CTSO Month)                                                               Work‐based Learning ‐ Mrs. Olsen discussed our use of Keytrain and the Workkeys test to be taken in  the Spring. Howard had the highest scores of all Bibb County high schools last year.     Industry Certification‐Marketing ‐ She discussed the process of industry certification. People from the  state departments come in an score our programs to make sure that we are preparing our students for  the world of work. Student present before people from the DOE as well as industry representatives  during the process. All pathways will eventually go through the industry certification process. The  county is on a five‐year plan for all departments at all high schools.     Industry Certification‐Graphics – Certified by the GARA. Making sure that the curriculum taught is  relevant to the work force.     Teaching Pathway/Future Educators of America‐ Mrs. Little discussed the pathway of teaching and  described what is done in each of the three classes. She then talked about our new club – FEA and made  a plea for the $115 charter fee.  This was offered by one of the advisory members, Lynne Weeks of US  Advertising.    Robotics Team – Mr. Finkelstein discussed our robotics team. He went through a slide show of pictures  from the competition in Atlanta last year. There were 40 teams at the competition. He requested  mentors for the team. He specifically needs people in programming, marketing, engineering, rule 


compliance, etc. He asked for members who would like to take some of the information to others they  know.  The Interview Job Fair – We will teach our students about the interview process, from resumes to cover  letters. After this, we want to provide all of those students with a chance to go through a mock  interview. We really need people to come and be interviewers. The tentative dates for this are February  14‐18, 2011. Our long‐range goal is to do this once a semester in the future. We are preparing them for  the workforce through our classes, but this can also help them with college admissions interviews.  Please turn the forms in to Mrs. Terry before leaving. Other members who are interested in interviewing  may contact Laura Terry at lmterry.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us. Lunch will be provided for all  interviewers. Please volunteer for any amount of time, no matter how small.      ANNOUNCEMENTS  Dr. Washington thanked everyone for coming to the meeting and for their commitment to helping our  students.  ADJOURNMENT  Dr. Washington instructed where to go for breakout sessions, and then adjourned the meeting.    MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Matt Adams, HHS Principal   CTAE Instructors – Laura Terry, Steve Neil, Belinda Collier, Leigh Olsen, Michael Simmons, Susan Little,  Kalin Gunn, Joe Finkelstein  Committee Members – Lynne Weeks, Kyle Kelly, Margo Kinnery, Cynthia Smith, Jeff Weed, Bob Allen,  Sharon Joyner, Ken Joyner, Angy Madray, Joseph Goggans, Chad Yats    Breakout Sessions    SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & FINANCIAL MGMT – ACCOUNTING  CALL TO ORDER  Mr. Neil called the meeting to order.  MINUTES  This was the first meeting of the year. There were no minutes to approve.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Pathways – discussed with respective members: Steve Neil and Accounting pathway, Susan Little and  Teaching pathway, and Belinda Collier involved in multiple pathways.    FBLA Update – Talked about Delaney Doolittle going to National Competition. Also showed board of  competitors for this year’s competitions. Talked about partnership with DECA this year and the CTSO 


Rally held in September. Discussed setting up at panel for competitors to face judges before the real  competition. Will follow up at the end of the calendar year.    Career/Pathway Program – discussed the careers unit to be covered with all 9th graders in Computer  Applications. Talked about how important career development is at Howard.    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS  Ms. Smith asked when we will switch over to Office 2010 in our Computer Apps classes due to the fact  that it is going to be offered at the technical college. She was told that a lot of the decisions are based  around budgets and there is no indication that it will be happening in the near future. Also mentioned  that some schools are still teaching Office 2003.  ADJOURNMENT  Mr. Neil adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Steve Neil, Susan Little, Belinda Collier, Cynthia Smith, Jeff Weed    INTERACTIVE MEDIA & PROGRAMMING  CALL TO ORDER  Ms. Gunn called the meeting to order.  MINUTES  This was the first meeting of the year. There were no minutes to approve.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS    Pathways/Program content/curriculum/courses – Discussed role of advisory board and opportunities  for students. Ms. Gunn talked about the Interactive media pathway and what types of lessons students  complete. She also discussed the different software we use in Bibb County for web design classes. The  board suggested we also consider using Gimp, ColdFusion, and HTML 5. Ms. Kinnery offered to come be  a guest speaker for the web design class, and offered to allow students to job shadow her as well.    Mr. Finkelstein discussed the Programming pathway. He handed out standards for beginning and  intermediate programming to those present and discussed the end of pathway test that Bibb County is  requiring students to take. We discussed the challenges of getting students prepared for the test which  would include knowledge of Java, C++, and Visual Basic. He also discussed with Dr. Allen the possibility  of auditing his Mercer Introduction to Java Class.    COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS  No recommendations were made.    ADJOURNMENT 


Ms. Gunn adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Kalin Gunn, Joe Finkelstein, Joseph Goggans, Margo Kinnery, Kyle Kelly, Bob Allen 


HOWARD HIGH SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD FALL MEETING  MINUTES   FEBRUARY 17, 2011    CALL TO ORDER  Chad Yats, Advisory Board Chairperson called the meeting to order, then Mr. Adams welcomed  everyone.  MINUTES  Minutes from the fall meeting were approved.  REPORTS  Student Organizations each made presentations.  DECA‐Alex Johnson, Alexis Collier, and Deborah Howard – bell ringing and other community service  activities, 84 members (largest in county); 13 state qualifiers (first in county); Deborah is running for  State VP of Competitive Events  FBLA‐ Danielle Lasker, Tamiya Morgan, Tia Smith, Tesia Smith – fundraisers for state competitions;  community service events; region competition – 39 members qualified for state competitions; social  outings each month  FCCLA – Mecca Zaidi – not in meeting; working on refreshments  FEA‐ Jessica Castille – first year of existence; 15 members; community service projects at Springdale  Elementary; fundraiser (MatchMaker)  Robotics – Munib Khan – showed us the video from the news last night; robot must be shipped by  Tuesday, they are almost done with it, just some finishing touches to add  Skills USA‐ Deborah Howard, Adrian Broadnax – attended STORM, dare to wear red day, region V  competition – Deborah placed 1st, Stephanie Dunbar placed 2nd, so they will both advance to state next  month.    NEW BUSINESS  CTI ‐ Laura Terry, CTI Coordinator – She goes into all of our CTAE classes to work with PEC students who  might need that extra push to make sure they are getting the attention they need.  Work‐based Learning/Industry Certification ‐ Leigh Olsen – She wants to put her students to work at all  places of employment. If you have positions that may relate to what students want to be when they  grow up, she needs to know so that she can arrange to have students placed with you.  Marketing has now passed their Industry Certification. Our students were phenomenal in their  presentations to the DOE, AMA, and other stakeholders.    Speaker ‐ Chad Yats, Office Depot, Territory Dev. Manager – Background on who he is – 4 kids (11, 8, 5,  2); his kids go to school in this system, so he feels he should be a part of making it a better place. The  unemployment rate is really high right now, so starting or continuing a career is really hard right now –  often our kids are told they can't do it– it's not true—they can do it. It may just mean they have to work 


a bit harder. Why is he here? There is so much negative around, and he has an opportunity to make  things better. He feels like all advisory members have a chance to do the same thing.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Belinda Collier, Advisory Committee Coordinator presented a plaque and thank you to Mr. Yats as  Advisory Board Chairperson and as our guest speaker for today.    Dr. Cassandra Washington, CTAE Supervisor – She thanked everyone for coming. Also, she thanked our  teachers for going above and beyond the call of duty. Congratulations to DECA and FBLA on such strong  showings at their Region competitions. Mr. Finkelstein also got a big thank you for helping with the  Robotics team.    ADJOURNMENT  Dr. Washington instructed where to go for breakout sessions, and then adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Charlene Curry, HHS Assistant Principal  Dr. Cassandra Washington, CTAE Supervisor   CTAE Instructors – Leigh Olsen, Jason Weiss, Steve Neil, Belinda Collier, Joe Finkelstein, Susan Little,  Michael Simmons, Laura Terry, Sherry Castles  CTSO Students – Deborah Howard Alex Johnson & Alexis Collier, DECA; Danielle Lasker, Tamiya Morgan,  Tia Smith, Tesia Smith, FBLA; Mecca Zaidi, FCCLA (not in meeting due to refreshment needs); Jessica  Castille, FEA; Munib Khan, FIRST Robotics; Deborah Howard & Adrian Broadnax, SkillsUSA  Committee Members – Dr. Sharon Joyner, Dr. Pamela Bedwell, Penny Smith, Peter Givens, Naomi  Johnson, Terry Castles, Ken Joyner, Larry Barnes, Margo Kinnery, Bob Allen, Karen Rackley, Lynne  Weeks, Chad Yats, Monica Smith, Jeff Weed, Cynthia Smith    Breakout Sessions    SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & FINANCIAL MGMT – ACCOUNTING  CALL TO ORDER  Mr. Neil called the meeting to order.  MINUTES  Minutes from the Fall meeting were approved.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Talked about FBLA.  Told that 39 students and 8 chaperones will be taken to State Competition.  Talked  about the community service that is being done at Southside Baptist Church with the soup kitchen. Also  told about the social events being held. Discussed the need for the funds for the trips. Told members 


that FBLA is hosting a breakfast at Applebee’s on March 5. Asked if we could sell tickets at their place of  business and told they would be contacted.  COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS  No recommendations were made.    ADJOURNMENT  Mr. Neil adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Steve Neil, Belinda Collier, Jeff Weed, Cynthia Smith    INTERACTIVE MEDIA & PROGRAMMING  CALL TO ORDER  Joe Finkelstein called the meeting to order.  MINUTES  Minutes from the Fall meeting were approved.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Discussed the FIRST robotics competition. Mr. Finkelstein showed the team’s robot to the group.  Next, the group discussed opportunities for students to compete in programming competitions. Merce  has twice a year Alice Competition. GA Tech hosts both a Scratch and an Alice Competition. Also talked  about other opportunities that may exist for students. This also included opportunities in web design  competitions.  Mr. Finkelstein and Ms. Rackley talked about ways to get the middle school students more excited about  the opportunities in computing as they move on to high school. They plan to meet to further discuss  some options.  COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS  No recommendations were made.    ADJOURNMENT  Mr. Finkelstein adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Joe Finkelstein, Bob Allen, Karen Rackley, Margo Kinnery 


HOWARD HIGH SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD FALL MEETING  MINUTES   SEPTEMBER 22, 2011    CALL TO ORDER  Chad Yats called the meeting to order, then Mr. Adams welcomed everyone.  MINUTES  Minutes from the spring meeting were approved. Motion made by Chad Yats, 2nd by Susan Little; motion  carried. Approved Advisory Board Mission and Purpose.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports.    NEW BUSINESS  National Business Honor Society – Ms. Eppinger described this new organization to HHS. It is parallel to  Beta Club. We will be rewarding our students for CTSOs and academics, and now will have a national  recognition. Invitations will be sent in October. She solicited speakers for meetings.  Career Expo – This will be held the Friday before Mock Interviews in the spring. We will have it in front  of our auditorium. We would love to have advisory members participate. What better way to have the  kids get ready for the mock interview than to let the students know more about the companies that will  be represented during the interviews the next week?  Mock Interview – In folders, they received save‐the‐date flyers for mock interviews. 70 different  companies interviewed 700 students last year. February 7‐10, 2012 are this year’s dates. There are  different shifts; please choose one that fits. If not sure, please take it and return when you can confirm  the times that work for you.  Speaker – Deborah Howard, DECA State Officer – Deborah explained her position at VP for Competitive  Events. She gave background on how she got the role as well as what she is supposed to do in the role.    Work‐Based Learning – Leigh Olsen explained that HHS places 40‐70 kids in worksites around the area.  There are mentoring opportunities, and members were encouraged to serve as a work‐based learning  site.    ANNOUNCEMENTS  Dr. Sharon Joyner, CTAE Director – She thanked everyone for being there, and being willing to come.  You are an active and involved advisory committee. You have been seen at the CTSO leadership rally and  with the mock job interviews. We are proud of our students. Thanks to the instructors for going the  extra miles for the students and their leadership development process. Everyone got a pathway booklet  in their folders. All were encouraged to look through and offer advice or suggestions as to pathways that  could/should e offered. We are interested in your input..    ADJOURNMENT 


Leigh Olsen instructed where to go for breakout sessions, and then adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Charlene Curry, HHS Assistant Principal  Dr. Cassandra Washington, CTAE Supervisor   CTAE Instructors ‐ Natasha Eppinger, Jason Weiss, Susan Little, Michael Simmons, Joe Finkelstein,  Morgan Jarvis, Sherry Castles, Leigh Olsen, Tom Kelley  CTSO Students – Deborah Howard & Devin Mazza, DECA; Delaney Doolittle, Pulkit Patel, Omari Hogges,  and Tesia Smith, FBLA; Kathryn Dartez, FCCLA  Committee Members – Dinah Redding, Terry Castles, Donna Dartez, Cathy Pyles, Alice Bailey, Lisa  Simmons, Chad Yats, Angela Madray, Anne Mullendore, Charles Aiken, Lynne Weeks, Joseph Goggans,  John Masterson, Karen Rackley, Bob Allen, Margo Kinnery, Neil Rigole, Cynthia Smith, Natalie Waddell,  Carl Tims    Breakout Sessions    SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & FINANCIAL MGMT – ACCOUNTING  CALL TO ORDER  Ms. Eppinger called the meeting to order.  MINUTES  Minutes from the Spring meeting were approved.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Pathway Descriptions & EOPT Update:   • We discussed the courses necessary for completing the Small Business Development and  Accounting pathways. Discussed that the SMD pathway had over 20 completers last year, and a  large percentage passed the test. The test was developed NOTCI.  • Around 15 students completed the accounting pathway last year, and 8 or so passed the NOTCI  test. It was discussed that the EOPT this year will be the National Bookkeeping Exam. This will  enable students to become certified bookkeepers upon passing the test.  FBLA Update  • Ms. Eppinger explained how many students have joined FBLA this year – number was 141 as of  that date! In addition, a middle school chapter has been started and already has 88 members!  Ms. Eppinger is assisting the teacher at HMS with the creation of the chapter.  • FBLA is participating in the Fall Rally at the Perry Fair on October 13, and is working hard  towards a chapter of the year/gold chapter designation.  • There are plans to continue the service projects from last year, as well as finding new service  opportunities for the kids. They are also planning something for March of Dimes in November.  • Currently, they are participating in sucker sales as a fundraiser.  • The officers will be attending Fall Leadership in Athens in November.  Guest Speakers 


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Ms. Waddell has spoken with the marketing classes before, and she offered to come and speak  with any classes about financial literacy. It was discussed that we should find a time for her to  speak to accounting classes.  Mr. Tims has spoken with Business Essentials classes in the past about risk management. Plans  are in place to continue that partnership. 

  COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS  • Ms. Waddell and Mrs. Little will meet to discuss what can be done for a seamless transition from  HHS to CGTC, as well as discussing what needs to be continued for articulation agreements.  • Ms. Smith asked when HHS would be transitioning to Office 2010. It was discussed that plans are  in place to upgrade next summer for our new textbooks. Concern was expressed that we not get  too far behind in our software.  • Ms. Smith also expressed some concern about the technology grants that other schools have  received, and wondered why Howard was not afforded the same opportunities. The response  was that as long as we continue to meet our AYP measurable objectives and stay a successful  school, there are not many avenues for additional funding from the state. She asked if there  were alternative ways to procure grants, and we are not sure of that at this time.  • Ms. Smith also asked why Academy has sports wear from the other 5 high schools, but none  from Howard. We said we would direct that question to Ms. Olsen and to our PTSO and Booster  Club.  ADJOURNMENT  Ms. Eppinger adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Susan Little, Natasha Eppinger, Cynthia Smith, Natalie Waddell, Carl Tims    INTERACTIVE MEDIA & PROGRAMMING  CALL TO ORDER  Mr. Jarvis called the meeting to order.  MINUTES  Minutes from the Spring meeting were approved.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Joe Finkelstein & Morgan Jarvis welcomed group. Joseph Goggans (Webmaster, Bibb County Schools),  John Masterson (Technician, Bibb County Schools), Karen Rackley (Computing Teacher – Howard Middle  School), Bob Allen (CS Professor Mercer University), Margo Kinnery (Webmaster CGTC) and Neil Rigole  (CS Professor Macon State) introduced themselves. Mr. Rigole is new to the advisory board.    Partnering – Students with Mentors: Spoke about pairing some Howard students with college students  to support them in AP Computer Science. This may give students some additional support as they get  into more challenging classes. 


Student Opportunities: Spoke about competitions including Mercer’s Alice competition as a way of  getting student excited about opportunities based on the curriculum. We also discussed the possibilities  of colleges in Macon stepping forward to help support the technology fair.    Guest speakers/Field Trip Opportunities: Spoke of job shadowing possibilities on Groundhog Day. Margo  thought that was a definite possibility at CGTC. Also, the opportunity to have guest speakers was  discussed.    CTSOs: We spoke of opportunities for students to get involved in all of our service organizations.  Morgan spoke about recent developments with FBLA including membership numbers and the creation  of the middle school FBLA chapter.  COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS  No recommendations were made.    ADJOURNMENT  Mr. Jarvis adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Joe Finkelstein, Morgan Jarvis, John Masterson, Karen Rackley, Bob Allen, Margo Kinnery, Neil  Rigole 


HOWARD HIGH SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD FALL MEETING  MINUTES   MARCH 1, 2012    CALL TO ORDER  Cynthia Smith called the meeting to order, then Ms. Curry welcomed everyone.  MINUTES  Minutes from the fall meeting were approved.  REPORTS  Student Organizations each made presentations.  DECA‐Deborah Howard, Ariel Andrews – discussed how well DECA has been represented at various  competitions this year. Named Outstanding DECA Chapter, 2 students qualified for ICDC (International  Competition in Salt Lake City, Utah), one of the top 25 chapters in the state in membership. Deborah has  served as VP for Competitive Events over the past year.  FBLA‐ Pulkit Patel – gaining valuable leadership skills; 34 students qualified and traveling to state  competition in March; very well represented at Region conference  FCCLA – Amber Browner, Anna Isaac, Kathryn Dartez – not here; traveled to Capitol Day, going to state  conference March 15‐17  FEA‐ Tesia Smith – won two of three team competitions at Fall State Conference; two students traveling  to our first Spring Training conference March 15‐17  Skills USA‐ Brittany Taylor – doubled membership from last year, competed at region and 4 qualified for  state conference. They will be attending that March 15‐17, and Brittany is running for a state office.    NEW BUSINESS  CTI ‐ Laura Terry, CTI Coordinator – She goes into all of our CTAE classes to work with PEC students who  might need that extra push to make sure they are getting the attention they need. She also thanked all  of those who interviewed during the Mock Interviews this year. We had over 60 community members  here to interview our students. She also told everyone about the inaugural Run with the Huskies 5K  coming up on March 10 and encouraged all to come run/walk it. Proceeds will benefit all of the CTSOs at  Howard.  Speaker – Deborah Howard, Bibb County CTAE Student of the Year – Deborah shared with us her speech  from the banquet. She has gained many leadership opportunities from DECA and CTAE. These classes  gave her direction for the future. From taking Graphics as a freshman to finishing the Marketing  pathway this year as well, she is fully prepared for a future in advertising design.  She then talked to us about the Student of the Year process. This was the first year of the award.  Everyone competed at the school level with an application and essay. One winner from each school  advanced to the county competition. Their applications and essays were judged again, and they also had  interviews. The award was presented at a county‐wide banquet. Deborah received a $500 scholarship  for winning, as well as a plaque and banner for HHS.   Deborah concluded with a special thank you to Jason Weiss for being such a great advisor.  ANNOUNCEMENTS 


Dr. Cassandra Washington, CTAE Supervisor – She thanked everyone for coming. Also, she thanked our  teachers for going above and beyond the call of duty. Congratulations to DECA and FBLA on such strong  showings at their Region competitions and being the largest chapters in Bibb County.    ADJOURNMENT  Dr. Washington instructed where to go for breakout sessions, and then adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Charlene Curry, HHS Assistant Principal  Dr. Cassandra Washington, CTAE Supervisor   CTAE Instructors ‐ Natasha Eppinger, Jason Weiss, Susan Little, Michael Simmons, Laura Terry, Joe  Finkelstein, Morgan Jarvis, Sherry Castles  CTSO Students – Deborah Howard & Ariel Andrews, DECA; Pulkit Patel, FBLA; Amber Browner, Anna  Isaac, Kathryn Dartez, FCCLA (not in meeting due to refreshment needs); Tesia Smith, FEA; Brittany  Taylor, SkillsUSA  Committee Members – Charles Aiken, Lynne Weeks, Bob Allen, Cynthia Smith, Terry Sanders, Monica  Smith  Dennis Applebee    Breakout Sessions    SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & FINANCIAL MGMT – ACCOUNTING  CALL TO ORDER  Ms. Eppinger called the meeting to order.  MINUTES  Minutes from the Fall meeting were approved.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Talked about FBLA.  Told that 34 students will be taken to State Competition.  More than 40 students  competed at region competition. Changing the way officers are elected for next year, and trying to work  more leadership opportunities in for the kids.   Encouraged them to be guest speakers again next year.  EOPT – Jason Weiss and Natasha Eppinger have been working on a study guide for the Small Business  Development pathway, and students will be working on this before the test. Accounting study guides  will be provided by the National Bookkeepers’ Association.  COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS  No recommendations were made.   


ADJOURNMENT  Ms. Eppinger adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Susan Little, Natasha Eppinger, Cynthia Smith, Terry Sanders    INTERACTIVE MEDIA & PROGRAMMING  CALL TO ORDER  Mr. Jarvis called the meeting to order.  MINUTES  Minutes from the Fall meeting were approved.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Talked about FBLA.  Told that 34 students will be taken to State Competition.  More than 40 students  competed at region competition. Changing the way officers are elected for next year, and trying to work  more leadership opportunities in for the kids. Joe Finkelstein was introduced as a new FBLA advisor.  Program Update  ‐‐ Joe Finkelstein gave an update of the interactive media and programming pathways  including the AP Programming exam and EOPT.  COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS  Dr. Allen made recommendations on web tools to use in web design courses including JFiddle.    ADJOURNMENT  Mr. Jarvis adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Joe Finkelstein, Morgan Jarvis, Bob Allen 


HOWARD HIGH SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD FALL MEETING  MINUTES   SEPTEMBER 20, 2012    CALL TO ORDER  Ms. Eppinger called the meeting to order, then Mr. Adams welcomed everyone.  MINUTES  Approved minutes from last Spring Meeting. Approved Mission and Purpose of Advisory Board.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Board Chair Nominations – opened the floor for nominations; Mr. Sanders nominated Charles Aiken; 2nd  by C. Smith; The nominations were closed, and members voted to accept Mr. Aiken’ nomination.  Mr. Aiken called Ms. Olsen to the floor to begin introductions.   Mrs. Olsen discussed the career coach position. Ms. Carra Floyd is our new career coach. Our students  will give more information about this during their presentation.  Mrs. Terry discussed CTI. She is the liaison between PEC and CTAE. She collaborates with CTAE to assist  special populations.  Mrs. Terry discussed the Run with the Huskies 5K and Fun Run. We gave all those who attended today a  coupon for $3 off of their registration. All funds raised from the 5K will benefit our CTSO student as they  attend state and national conferences.  Ms. Eppinger discussed industry certifications. Business and Computer Science program is going through  industry certification. We must have up‐to‐date software, etc. It proves that we are the best of the best.  Mr. Weiss discussed mock interview. There is an informational flyer in everyone’s folder. We are  recruiting interviewers for February 5‐8. Forms can be returned to Laura Terry. We will send reminder  emails during December and January.  Ms. Olsen discussed work‐based learning. This program places students in jobs. If any of them know any  employers, please let her know.  Student speakers Danielle Lasker (DECA President) and Delaney Doolittle (FBLA President) gave a  presentation concerning the CTAE Coming Attractions. In it, they highlighted the Husky Run, CTSO  Leadership Rally, Industry Certification process, Career Coach position, and clubs. DECA’s goals are to  increase community service activity, increase the number of region and state competitors, and increase  members participating at ICDC. FBLA endeavors to increase community service, school‐wide  participation in club events, and to have more region and state winners, as well as national competitors.  FEA has set goals to attend state leadership conferences in October and April, raise the number of 


competition winners, and increase club and officer communication. SkillsUSA will attend Fall Rally on  October 5, and wants to increase their membership numbers as well as developing more interest and  positive experiences through club activities.  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Ms. Eppinger announced that Mr. Jarvis and Mr. Finklestein were not able to attend due to Board of  Education recognition and NMSI Grant requirements, respectively. They will be sending pertinent  information to the interactive media & programming breakout session members.  ADJOURNMENT  Mr. Aiken instructed where to go for breakout sessions, and then adjourned the meeting.    MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Matt Adams, HHS Principal   CTAE Instructors ‐ Leigh Olsen, Natasha Eppinger, Jason Weiss, Susan Little, Paige Welch, Laura Terry,  Josh Hunter  CTSO Students ‐ Danielle Lasker, DECA; Delaney Doolittle, FBLA; Tia Smith, DECA; Morgan Harden, FBLA;  Brice Miller, DECA; Zach Carlson, FBLA, Ariel Andrews, DECA  Committee Members – Charles Aiken, Lynne Weeks, Bob Allen, Cynthia Smith, Natalie Waddell, Chris  Wieters, Terry Sanders, Monica Smith  Dennis Applebee    Breakout Sessions    SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & FINANCIAL MGMT – ACCOUNTING  CALL TO ORDER  Ms. Little called the meeting to order.  MINUTES  This was the first meeting of the year. There were no minutes to approve.  REPORTS  There were no committee reports to share.  NEW BUSINESS  Mrs. Little and Mr. Hunter discussed the two pathways offered.  The career coach position was discussed. Mr. Hunter shared that Ms. Floyd has already visited the  computer applications classes to assist them in creating GAcollege411 accounts  and completing various  career assessments.   FBLA update – The membership drive is in full swing. A t‐shirt design contest was open to the entire  school, and shirt design were to be turned in the day of the meeting. Results were not yet available. 


CTAE activities – Mr. Hunter encouraged all members to join us for the Husky Run on October 13.  COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS  Ms. Smith was pleased to know that our computers will be upgraded to Office 2010 this month.  She did recommend that we go ahead and put a plan in place to be ready for the next upgrade as  soon as possible. She recommended that we look at adding a Mac lab and or iPad and iPod carts to  use in classes. Mr. Hunter discussed our iPad and iPod carts that we already have.  The group discussed the importance of financial skills to students’ success in the future. Ms.  Waddell and Mr. Wieters both volunteered to come speak to classes when needed.    ADJOURNMENT  Mrs. Little adjourned the meeting.  MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE:  Susan Little, Josh Hunter, Cynthia Smith, Natalie Waddell, Chris Wieters    INTERACTIVE MEDIA & PROGRAMMING  First, I deeply apologize for not being here last Thursday.  I had planned and expected to be present to  run the meeting, but received an e‐mail at the last minute that my Bibb BOE presentation, originally  scheduled for 6 PM, was pushed back to 4 PM.       Here is the information I would have given you��on Thursday:     Pathway Updates  The Interactive Media pathway was proud to have 100% pathway completion last year as each student  in Advanced Web Design (both semesters) passed the course, completing the three‐class pathway.   We're still working on improving End of Pathway exam scores.  Any suggestions or ideas to help our  students out on the Adobe Web Certification exam would be great appreciated!  Dr. Cassandra  Washington is ordering practice exams for the students which will hopefully be beneficial.  Class rosters  continue to improve in size.     Currently there are 44 students enrolled in two Beginning Programming classes.  For the Spring 30  students are currently registered for A.P. Computer Science with the majority coming from Beginning  Programming Classes.  Currently 10 additional students are registered for Intermediate Programming.   The students who are enrolled in A.P. Computer Science will sit for the A.P. Exam in May, while those  students enrolled in Intermediate will sit for the end of pathway test.  This test is administered by Skills  USA and is composed of questions relating to Java, Visual Basic, C++, and general programming  questions.  The plan is to continue to grow the computing program to prepare students for post  secondary success.  Majoring in Computer Science offers a plethora of opportunities and job  possibilities.     Career Coach  Howard High School now has a Career Coach: Ms. Carra Floyd.  Carra is here to help students prepare for  life after high school.  She works with the guidance counselors on insuring students are meeting their  graduation requirements, in particular the requirements related to CTAE.  Carra is also playing a very  important role in facilitating Georgia College 411 activities to our students.  She has spoken to all of the 


Computer Applications students about the importance of Georgia College 411; and is, also, working with  Seniors on completing their Guideways in preparation for graduation.  Additionally, Carra works for  CTAE teachers in securing guest speakers for our classes.  She also serves a bridge between community  employers and the high school, working to help students find employment.     FBLA Update  FBLA has gotten off to a great start this year.  We've already amassed over 70 members!  As mentioned  at our meeting last Spring, Joe is now a full‐time co‐advisor for the club.  He will be working with  students in the more tech‐heavy competitions.  In October, 40 FBLA members will be heading to the  Perry Fair for the FBLA Fall Motivational Rally.  This is one of the most popular FBLA events we have  during the year, as students get to listen to a motivational speaker, ride rides, and participate in early  online testing to prepare for competition in the Winter.  FBLA is also in the early stages of planning its  annual trip to Athens, GA, for the Fall Leadership Conference.     We are also currently recruiting parents to be apart of the Professional Division (FBLA‐PBL). This is a way  to support the chapter by becoming a member. The cost is $23/year and will allow you the chance to  keep current with what's going on in the business world. If you are interested or would like more  information please look at the following link: http://www.fbla‐ pbl.org/web/page/632/sectionid/611/pagelevel/2/professional_division.asp.     CTAE Activities  The CTAE (Career, Technical, and Agriculture Education) Department of Howard High School is hosting  the 2nd Annual Run with the Huskies 5K and Fun Run on October 13, 2012. Early registration is only $15  through September 29. After that, the cost will be $20. All funds raised will benefit our Career Tech  Student Organizations (FBLA, FEA, CTI, DECA, SkillsUSA). Use the attached flyer for your registration.     If you have any questions or recommendations, please do not hesitate to e‐mail me or Joe  (jfinkelstein.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us) with them.  We appreciate your support so much and all that  you do for us!  We will meet again in the Spring on March 7, 2013.  We hope to see you there!   


Advisory Contact documentation


Member Contacted J. Walton C. Wieters All All All

by Whom J. Weiss S. Little M. Jarvis M. Jarvis M. Jarvis

Type of Contact Date Phone 8/28/2012 Email 8/28/2012 Email 9/7/2012 Mailed Letter 9/8/2012 Email 9/18/2012

Reason Recruitment Recruitment Invitation to Meeting Invitation to Meeting Meeting Reminder Copy of Meeting Minutes 9/27/2012 to Non-attendees Meeting Minutes & Thank 10/15/2012 you to attendees

All

M. Jarvis

Email

All

Email

L. Weeks R. Cowart C. Tims Several (attachments)

M. Jarvis S. Little N. Eppinger L. Terry S. Little S. Little J. Weiss

Email/Phone Email Email In Person

various 10/23/2012 10/23/2012 10/27/2012

Entire Group

L. Terry

Email

12/2012; 1/2013

Selected Members Entire Group Entire Group

L. Terry/Students M. Jarvis M. Jarvis

In Person/Phone Email US Mail

Natalie Waddell

C. Floyd

Email

Valerie Bradley Valerie Bradley Natalie Waddell

C. FLoyd N. Eppinger S. Little

Email In Person In Person

1/20/2013 Guest Speaker Request 2/6/2013 Spoke to Classes 2/20/2013 Spoke to Acct Class

All

M. Jarvis

Email

2/28/2013 Proposed Mission/Vision

1/17/2013 1/23/2013 2/13/2013

T-shirt Update, Sponsorship for 5K Race Recruitment Recruitment CTSO Leadership Rally Recruitment for Mock Interview Follow up for Mock Interview Save the Date Invitation to Meeting

Jan-13 Guest Speaker Request


(Date)

Dear Madam/Sir: Howard High School is committed to excellence in the Career, Technical and Agricultural (CTAE) Programs. To help us achieve this goal, we reach out to business and industry representatives, community leaders, parents, and students in our community by asking them to work with us in an advisory capacity to improve our program, curriculum and facilities. You have been recommended to us as a person who is interested in CTAE and as one who would make a valuable contribution to the program. We invite you to serve on the CTAE Advisory Committee. By participating on this committee, you will have an opportunity to guide Howard High in preparing students for their future while improving and promoting the CTAE program. The CTAE Advisory Committee meets two times each school year. The first meeting will be Thursday, September 20, 2012 in the Media Center. Refreshments will be served from 3:45 until 4:00.The meeting will begin at 4:00 p.m. and end at 5:00 p.m. Please indicate your willingness to serve on this committee by checking the appropriate box and signing where indicated. Return this letter to our office, FAX to 478-779-4860, or scan and send it via email by September 10. Please contact me at 478-779-4934 or slittle.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us if you have questions. Sincerely,

Mrs. Susan Little

(Please check one) ______I accept the committee appointment.

____ I am unable to serve on the committee.

Signature_____________________________________________

Date _______________


Recruitment Efforts:  a. Small Business & Accounting– contacted Josh Walton with the UGA Small Business  Development Center, spoke with Lynne Weeks, MatchUp Promotions    b.  Interactive Media & Programming– contacted and confirmed with Jan Tedders,  Computer Information Resources Director at Wesleyan College; contacted and  confirmed Dennis Applebee, a web design instructor at Wesleyan College    Advisory Activities:  a. Lynne Weeks, MatchUp Promotions visited each teacher to deliver promotional  materials and touch base with all of the teachers for this year.    Community Involvement Activities:  a. None 


Howard High School CTAE Department

Howard High School CTAE Department Cordially invites you to our

Cordially invites you to our th

5th Annual Fall Advisory Board Meeting held on Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 4:00- 6:00 p.m. in the Howard High School Media Center. Please RSVP to Morgan Jarvis (mjarvis.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us) via email by Wednesday, September 12, 2012

5 Annual Fall Advisory Board Meeting held on Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 4:00- 6:00 p.m. in the Howard High School Media Center. Please RSVP to Morgan Jarvis (mjarvis.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us) via email by Wednesday, September 12, 2012


Howard High School CTAE Department Cordially invites you to our 5th Annual Spring Advisory Board Meeting held on Thursday, March 7, 2013 from 4:00- 6:00 p.m. in the Howard High School Media Center. Please RSVP to Morgan Jarvis (mjarvis.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us) via email by Friday, March 1, 2013

Howard High School CTAE Department Cordially invites you to our 5th Annual Spring Advisory Board Meeting held on Thursday, March 7, 2013 from 4:00- 6:00 p.m. in the Howard High School Media Center. Please RSVP to Morgan Jarvis (mjarvis.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us) via email by Friday, March 1, 2013


Advisory Community Involvement


3rd Annual Bibb County CTSO Rally “The CTSO 3-D Experience” 7:30 am-8:00 am-Registration……………………………………….……………………………………….Auditorium 8:00 am-8:30 am-Opening Session……………………………………….......................................................Auditorium 8:35 am-9:30am-The 3-D Experience Rotation 1 Session I: The Social Experience- Group 1………………………………………………………………………..Rm. 402 Session II: The Promotional Experience-Group 2…………………………………………………………………Rm. 404 Session III: The Impression Experience- Group 3………………………………………………………………...Rm. 406 Session IV: The Standout Experience- Group 4………………………………………………………………...…Rm. 408 9:35 am-10:30 am- The 3-D Experience Rotation 2 Session I: The Social Experience- Group 4………………………………………………………………………..Rm. 402 Session II: The Promotional Experience-Group 1…………………………………………………………………Rm. 404 Session III: The Impression Experience- Group 2……………………………………………………………...…Rm. 406 Session IV: The Standout Experience- Group 3………………………………………………………...…………Rm. 408 10:35 am-11:30 am- The 3-D Experience Rotation 3 Session I: The Social Experience- Group 3……………………………………………………………………..…Rm. 402 Session II: The Promotional Experience-Group 4…………………………………………………………………Rm. 404 Session III: The Impression Experience- Group 1……………………………………………………………...…Rm. 406 Session IV: The Standout Experience- Group 2………………………………………………………………...…Rm. 408 11:35 am-12:30 pm- The 3-D Experience Rotation 4 Session I: The Social Experience- Group 2………………………………………………………………………..Rm. 402 Session II: The Promotional Experience-Group 3…………………………………………………………………Rm. 404 Lunch - Group 1…………………………………………………………………………………………………...Cafeteria Lunch - Group 4…………………………………………………………………………………………………...Cafeteria 12:35 pm-1:00 pm- The 3-D Experience Rotation 5 Lunch - Group 2…………………………………………………………………………………………………...Cafeteria Lunch - Group 3…………………………………………………………………………………………………...Cafeteria Session III: The Impression Experience- Group 4…………………………………………………..…………….Rm. 406 Session IV: The Standout Experience- Group 1…………………………………………………………………...Rm. 408 1:00 pm-1:25 pm- Leadership Village Rotation 1 Group 1 and 2 – FCCLA…………………………………………………………………………………………...Rm 401 Group 3 and 4 – SkillsUSA………………………………………………………………………………………..Rm. 405 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm- Leadership Village Rotation 2 Group 1 and 2 –SkillsUSA………………………………………………………………………………………...Rm. 405 Group 3 and 4 – FCCLA…………………………………………………………………………………………..Rm. 401


Group 1 Andrews, Ariel Brown, Adrian Carter, Mua Daniely, De’Omni Doolittle, Delaney Eppinger, Jabrea Flagg, Jennifer Foston, Kiersten Fuller, Kiara Gary, SaVaughn Harris, Stephanie Hoskin, Kenya Hutchings, Jadzia Jackson, Kianna Nash, Jontae Newsome, Alecia Reeves, Terrance Sapp, Che’onnie Stephens, Hailey Thjarpe, Kaelin Thomas, Virdaryl Whisby, Darmesia Group 2 Brantlyey, Moragne Calloway, Lil’Turia Danielly, Aaliyah Edwards, Malaysia Ellington, Jai-Nadja Fitch, Vidual Harden, Morgan Jackson, Maddie Lasker, Danielle McDowell, Johntravion Miller, Brice Moreman, Jamesa Mullen, Savion Murphy, Marcus Pyror-Hicks, Zacharie Sams, Reegie Sanders, Kayla Smith, Tia Soloman, Sharkevia Thomas, Talunda Walker, Crystal Whipple, Jessica Wiliams, Valencia

Group 3 Alexander, Tamya Billips, Kiana Brantley, Ariel Braswell, LaPrincia Brown, Donald Chester, Marquis Finkelstein, Jack Fleenor, Hunter Foston, Ja’Kerria Freeman, Victravia Grayer, Darrlyn Hill, Brandon Jones, Kendrea Lewis, Teo Malcom, Heather Mayfield, Sarah Grace Mays, Jaqause Minter, Shani Papadopoulous, Chris Parham, Demetrius Ritter, Billy Rutland, Elijah Wright, Roderick Group 4 Alexander, Tamya Bowen, Sydeny Brown, Anthony Butler, Alexia Carlson, Zach Gordon, Charlece Greene, Brittany Hightower, Averiona Hightower, Erica Parks, Maurice Rushing, Alicia Shivers, Aubre Simms, Aulona Graham Sparks, Christopher Tabber, Bendrick Taylor, Jaimeson Turner, Traquanna Wells, Ridge Wyche, Dajah


Bibb County CTAE rd 3 Annual Career Technical Student Organization Leadership Rally Howard High School Macon, Georgia October 27, 2012


Greetings CTSO Advisors,

I am excited about this ensuing school year, and I welcome the opportunities to work with you to ensure academic excellence for all students. Presently, we are planning our 3rd Annual Leadership Rally, which is designed to provide Career Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) officers and advisors with the opportunity to increase leadership, communication and teambuilding skills. All of the aforementioned will be accomplished by attending hands-on workshops, seminars and general sessions. We are asking each CTSO chapter to attend this kick-off rally with their 2012-2013 officers; this is an opportunity you do not want your students to miss. The Leadership Rally will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2012, from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Howard High. Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. Students will need to provide their own transportation to and from Howard High School. The cost per each officer and advisor is $20.00 dollars, which includes leadership material, t-shirt for the officer, lunch for officers and advisors, completion certificate and flash drive. In order to ensure safety, students will not be allowed to leave Howard High School until the end of the Rally. Please complete the registration, code of behavior and medical forms and return forms and payment to Mr. Jason Weiss at Howard High School by September 21st. Each CTSO will wear the rally t-shirt with khakis, jeans, slacks, or skirt. Shorts are not permitted! If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mr. Jason Weiss at jweiss.howardhs@bibb.k12.ga.us. Registration for the Rally will be conducted online. Please click on the below link to fill-out your chapter’s registration form. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Jason Weiss by email or phone (478-779-4915) Click Here To Register

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Georgia Career Technical Student Organization’s Code of Behavior 1. Teachers/advisors will assume full responsibility that delegates abide by the Georgia Career Technical Student Organization dress code and code of behavior at all times. 2. Participants shall be prompt and prepared for all activities. All delegates shall behave in a courteous manner and refrain from language and/or actions that could bring discredit upon them, their school and/or Georgia Career Technical Student Organization. Delegates should wear name badges at all times. 3. Conduct not conducive to an educational conference will not be tolerated. Examples of unacceptable conduct include, but are not limited to, disrupting a businesslike atmosphere, consorting with non-conference individuals or any activities, which will endanger self or others. 4. Delegates are expected to attend all general sessions. Student participants shall not leave the premises without the permission from their advisor. Delegates shall keep their advisors informed of their activities and whereabouts at all times. It is hoped that each student attending the Leadership Rally will take this Code of Behavior with a positive attitude in order to continue both Georgia Career Technical Student Organization’s reputation of professionalism and respect of education, business people and the general public. Student’s Signature____________________________ School____________________ Date_________________ Parent’s Signature_________________________________ I have read and understand the Code of Behavior. I have informed my son/daughter of the importance of his/her conforming to its provisions.

Date_________________ Principal’s Signature____________________________ I have read and understand the Code of Behavior. I have informed my students of the importance of his/her conforming to its provisions. I have reminded them also that the Advisor who has the authority to take prudent disciplinary action as he or she sees fit will report an infraction to me.

Date_________________ Advisor’s Signature____________________________

I have read and understand the Code of Behavior. I have instructed my students of the importance of his/her conforming to its provisions. I understand that I am responsible for said student’s actions while participating at the conference.

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Georgia Career Technical Student Organization’s Personal Liability / Medical Release / Photograph Release All children, students, and adults who attend any Georgia CTSO Conference require this form. No conference attendee is allowed to participate until a form is on file. Chapter advisors: Please make a copy of this completed form for your records. Name______________________________________________ Home telephone _______________________________ Home street address________________________________ City/State/Zip ____________________________________ Date of Birth ____________________________________

Advisor ___________________________________ School _______________________________________________ School telephone ____________________________ School street address ___________________________________ City/state/zip _____________________________________________________________________________________ MEDICAL INFORMATION (children and students only) 1. Allergies (drug or otherwise) ______________________________________________________________________ 2. Current medication _____________________________________________________________________________ 3. Describe any history of heart condition, diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, or rheumatic fever, etc. ____________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Physician’s name _______________________________ Physician’s telephone ____________________________ 5. Insurance Company _____________________________ Plan Number ____________________________________

6. Group Number ____________________________ Date of last tetanus shot _______________________ 7. Emergency Contact: ________________________ Phone number: _____________________________ “I hereby agree to release Bibb County CTAE and, its representatives, agents, servants and employees from liability for any injury to above named person at any time while attending the CTSO Leadership Rally, including travel to and from the rally, excepting only such injury or damage resulting from willful acts of such representatives, agents, servants, and employees.” “I do voluntarily authorize Bibb County CTAE local chapter advisors, assistants and/or designees to administer and/or obtain routine or emergency medical treatment for the above-named person as deemed necessary in medical judgment.” “I agree to indemnify and hold harmless Bibb County CTAE and/or assistants and designees for any and all claims, demands, actions, rights of action, or judgments by or on behalf of the above named person arising from or on account of said procedures or treatment rendered in good faith and according to accepted medical standards.” “I hereby authorize any physician member of the Department of Emergency Medicine of an accredited hospital or any member of the medical staff of an accredited hospital to render medical treatment, which in his/her judgment is deemed necessary in the care of the above named person (child or student) while attending the CTSO activity.” “I permit Bibb County CTAE to use video footage and photographs of my child for publicity that might include but is not limited to: website, PowerPoint presentations, promotional videos, flyers or news publications.”

___________________________________________ Signature of parent or guardian (if child or student) ___________________________________________ Participant's or advisor’s signature

__________________________________________ Date __________________________________________ Date

A COPY OF THIS FORM MUST BE KEPT BY THE CHAPTER ADVISORS AT THE RALLY AND GIVEN TO APPROPRIATE MEDICAL AUTHORITIES IN THE EVENT OF A MEDICAL EMERGENCY.

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Name Ms. Natasha Hawkins Mr. Bob Thompson Ms. Fran Jones Mr. Jeff Weed Ms.Cynthia Smith Mr. Carl Tims Latrenda Leaks Ms. Robin Cowart Dr. Linda Cooper Terry Sanders Ursula Lynch Ms. Natalie Waddell

Howard High School CTAE Advisory Board 2012-2013 Company Title Activities Suntrust Bank Customer Service Representative Department of Labor Career Center Manager Department of Labor Asst. Career Center Manager Department of Labor District Tax Director CGTC Dept. Chair, Arts & Sciences attended meeting 9/20; mock interviews 2/2013 Geico Asst. VP - Claims Department of Labor Career Developer Georgia Farm Bureau Trainer 2 Macon State College Business Instructor Macon State College Business Instructor attended meeting 9/20 Howard Middle School Middle School Teacher CGTC Accounting Instructor spoke to accounting classes 2/20/13

Ms. Lynne Weeks Josh Walton Chris Wieters Dominique Vidal Nichols Mr. Joseph Goggans Mr. Michael Cumbie Dr. Bob Allen Mr. Kyle Kelly Ms. Jackie Turner Ms. Margo Kinnery Ms. Karen Rackley Dr. Neil Rigole Jan Tedders Dennis Applebee Dr. Cassandra Washington Dr. Sharon Joyner Ms. Suzanne Spaid Ms. Amber Miles

U.S. Ad Products University of GA SBDC Piedmont Financial Group The Victory Group Bibb BOE Central Georgia Tech Mercer University Damba, LLC Central Georgia Tech Central Georgia Tech Howard Middle Macon State College Wesleyan College Wesleyan College Bibb County Schools Bibb County Schools Howard High School Howard High School

Sales Representative Consultant Financial Advisor President & CEO Computer Tech Technical Support Specialist Post-Secondary Professor Consultant Department Head Webmaster Computer Teacher Assistant Professor - IT Computer Information Resources Art Department CTAE Supervisor CTAE Director PLC Coordinator Counselor

Ms. Carra Floyd Ms. Angela Madray Ms. Anna Jones Ms. Stacey Bennett Ms. Lara Shirey

Howard High School Howard High School Howard High School Howard High School Howard High School

Career Coach Counselor Family Engagement Facilitator Assistant Principal Graduation Coach

visited classrooms 8/30/2012, attended meeting 9/20 tshirts for CTSO Rally 10/27; judge for CTAE SOY 1/2013 attended meeting 9/20; CTSO Rally 10/27

attended meeting 9/20

Mock Interviews 2/2013 Mock Interviews 2/2013

Coordinated guest speakers 1/2013; spoke to classes (all computer apps) 12/2012 and 1/2013


Community Involvement Business/Group Lynne Weeks, others Moenique Phillips, Lowe's Various (see spreadsheet) Valerie Bradley, Macon CVB Natalie Waddell, CGTC

Teachers All Weiss All Eppinger Little

Students CTSO Officers Business Law classes All CTAE students Eppinger's classes Accounting II class

Date 10/27/2012 10/19/2012 2/5-2/9/13 2/6/2013 2/20/2013


vement Activity CTSO Leadership Rally (attachments) Guest Speaker - HR & Employment Law Interviewers - Mock Interview Guest Speaker - Personal Finance Guest Speaker - Personal Finance


BIBB COUNTY CTSO LEADERSHIP RALLY CONFERENCE AGENDA Leadership Sessions

Class Description

Social Networking “The Social Experience”

Presenters: Mr. Chris Floore & Mr. Paul Bronson

Learn how Social Media is impacting the hiring and interview process.

Facilitator: Joe Finkelstein Room: 402 Membership & Recruitment Class Descriptions

“The Promotional Experience”

Presenter: Mr. Walter Burgess Facilitator: Paige Welch Room: 404 Resume’ “The Impression Experience”

Presenter: Ms. Aundrea Simmons Facilitator: Morgan Jarvis Room: 406 Networking Basics “The Standout Experience” Presenter: Mr. Chris Wieters Facilitator: Laurie Terry Room: 408

Learn how to promote your chapter to both your school and the community.

Learn how to make an impact on paper, before you’re ever get in front of a prospective employer.

Learn the basic dos and don’ts of face-to-face networking.

2012 CTSO LEADERSHIP RALLY CONFERENCE

Possible Outcome


Advisory EXTRA DOCuMENTATION



Advisory Committee