Franklin County High School Career & Technology Education Craft/Advisory Committee Meeting Program Area
Business Management and Administration___________ Date _September 1, 2016
List Committee Members Present 1. Janet Demers 2. Sallie Jones 3. Peyton Hart 4. Mr. John Vitange 7. Rebecca Milford-Floyd 8. Brenda Haley 10. Joni Fulbright 11. Marty Williams 12. JoBeth James
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Area of Representation FCHS BMA Teacher FCHS BMA Teacher FCHS BMA Teacher Retired Guidance Counselor FCHS Work Based Learning Coordinator Retired First Bank & Trust FCMS Business Teacher FCHS Guidance Counselor Franklin County Board of
Education Member 13. Matt Adams 706-384-4554 FCHS Career Tech Director The committee discussed and/or evaluated the following items: 1. Program objectives, statement of purpose, program content, and methods. 2. Equipment/Material and supplies available in the Career Tech Program. 3. Job placement opportunities in the community and area. 4. Other
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The dept. recognized our new committee member, JoBeth James. Sallie Jones discussed Microsoft Office Certification for our students and the process of updating our computer labs. Janet Demers updated the committee on the upcoming Career Tech Honors Night Program. Sallie Jones also discussed with committee our Best Practices Program and gave an update on the Roaring Café (FBLA Fundraiser.) Peyton Hart discussed importance of Active Advisory board and Industry Certification for 16-17 school year William Loudermilk updated the group on our recent trip to the National Leadership Conference where he placed 3rd in the nation. He also spoke on our officer team attending SLOTS over the summer. Janet Demers discussed Community Service Projects, Bronze Level Chapter of the Year and Conferences/Competitions. Matt Adams gave an update of the Career Tech Facility. Discussion from all Committee Members
The Craft/Advisory made the following recommendations: 1. 2.
Concern from the committee was addressed once again that all students were not required to take the Introduction to Business and Technology class before leaving high school. Committee suggested once again taking this issue up with local Board of Education Members and administrators. The committee members would like to attend at least one of our FBLA meetings and socials.
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Committee would like to see more publicity concerning the success of our program. Committee added their input on the update of the career tech building and career tech programs. The committee made suggestions such as socials, inviting the middle school FBLA students to one of our high school FBLA meeting or possibly our high school FBLA students attending one of their meetings in order to get more students involved at the middle school level. The meeting was adjourned at: 8:00 p.m. Craft/Advisory Committee Chairperson Signature:
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