CTAE

Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) is preparing Georgia's students for their next step after high school--college, beginning a career, registered apprenticeships, or the military. Georgia CTAE pathway course offerings, and the new Educating Georgia's Future Workforce initiative, leverage partnerships with industry and higher education to ensure students have the skills they need to thrive in the future workforce. CTAE offers students more than 130 career pathways within the 17 Georgia Career Clusters. 

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    ANNUAL NONDISCRIMINATION PUBLICATION NOTICE

     ANNUAL NONDISCRIMINATION PUBLICATION NOTICE


    CTAE ANNUAL PUBLIC NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT

    QUITMAN COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT

     

    As required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990,

     

    Quitman County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in its programs, services, or activities—in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations.  QCSD provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. 

     

    Quitman County School District’s Career and Technical Education department does not discriminate in enrollment or access to any of the programs available—

    Business and Technology

    Finance Services

    Criminal Justice

     

    Refer to www.quitman.k12.ga.us for additional information.  The lack of English language skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the district’s activities and programs.

     

    The Quitman County School District also does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices. Persons seeking further information concerning the career and technical offerings and specific per-requisite criteria should contact: Ms. Mattie Johnson, District Human Resource Coordinator, 215 Kaigler Road, Georgetown, GA 39854: Phone number (229) 334-4298.

     

    Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding these laws may be forwarded to the designated compliance coordinator: 

     

    Mrs. Mattie Johnson, District Human Resource Coordinator, 215 Kaigler Road, Georgetown, GA  39854:  Phone number (229) 334-4298.

     

    Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

    Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

    Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act

    Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972

    The Age Discrimination Act of 1975

    The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1999


    NONDISCRIMINATION NOTICE

     NONDISCRIMINATION NOTICE

    Quitman County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, religion, national origin, or disability in its programs, services, or activities—in access to them, in treatment of individuals, or in any aspect of their operations.   


    CTAE PATHWAYS

    CTAE PATHWAYS 

    QCHS offers the Business, Management & Administration; Finance; Information Technology Program Cluster Areas.  In each cluster program area, we offer one pathway.  The pathways are Business & Technology and Financial Services.

    The Business Management & Administration Career Cluster prepares students with computer skills for future college and career plans. Cluster skills mastered include planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating as well as owning and operating a successful business.

    The Finance Career Cluster focuses on money management, including planning, investing, and spending. Students will gain career development skills for the finance world with opportunities that expand beyond basic business skills into financial literacy, banking, investing, insurance, and risk management.

     

    Business, Management and Administration; Finance; Information Technology Program Area

    • Business & Technology Pathway
      • Introduction to Business and Technology class
      • Business and Technology class
      • Business Communications class

    Finance Program Area

    • Financial Services Pathway
      • Introduction to Business and Technology class
      • Financial Literacy class
      • Banking, Investing, and Insurance class

     

    Quick Link:

    Business, Management, and Administration; Finance; Information Technology information on GaDOE

     

    WORK-BASED LEARNING

     WORK-BASED LEARNING

    Work-Based Learning placements represent the pinnacle of the Career-Related Education experience. To qualify for a WBL placement, a student must be in grades 11 or 12 and at least 16 years old. Students must also have a defined Career Pathway in order to participate in a Work-Based Learning placement. This is especially important for successful completion of a student’s pathway in that their job placement is directly related to the curriculum of the pathway classes they have completed or in which they are concurrently enrolled. There are several opportunities for students to participate in work-based learning. These opportunities include employability skill development, Cooperative Education, Internship, Youth Apprenticeship, and Clinical Experiences.

     

    FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA

    FBLA~FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA 

    Quitman County High school has an active FBLA Chapter.  See the CTAE Teacher, Ms. Ashanti Smith for further information about joining the organization.  

     

    Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business.


    Mission Statement

    FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.

    FBLA-PBL’s programs focus on:

    • Leadership Development—members develop essential soft skills by holding chapter officer positions at the local, state, and national levels; by networking with accomplished business professionals; and by participating in business-focused workshops, seminars, and academic competitions.
    • Academic Competitions—members demonstrate their business expertise at high-profile regional, state, and national competitive events. The top students are recognized with trophies and cash awards.
    • Educational Programs—members create career portfolios, enhance their knowledge with world-recognized skills certifications, and have access to select college scholarships.
    • Membership Benefits—members receive exclusive discounts and enhanced benefits for travel, education, and more.
    • Community Service—members work with the March of Dimes to help end premature births by participating in awareness campaigns and the March for Babies fundraiser.
    • Awards & Recognition—members build a portfolio of accomplishments with a wide range of awards programs.

    FBLA-PBL Divisions

    • Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) for high school students, with over 196,950 members and more than 5,200 chapters.
    • FBLA-Middle Level (FBLA-ML) for junior high and middle school students, with over 21,900 members and more than 750 chapters.
    • Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for college students, with over 8,000 members and more than 350 chapters.
    • Professional Division (PD) for FBLA-PBL alumni, business professionals, educators, and parents who support the goals of the association, with over 3,900 members.

    Academic Competitions

    FBLA-PBL’s National Awards Program, commonly called competitive events, recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. Through state-based competition at the spring State Leadership Conferences, members compete in events that test their business knowledge and skills. Top winners in each state are eligible to compete for honors at the National Leadership Conference each summer.


    Publications

    Advisers and members have access to publications that prepare students for careers in business, help advisers manage their chapters, and much more. Published four times a year, Tomorrow’s Business Leader is the flagship publication for FBLA and FBLA-Middle Level students and advisers. Advisers receive the Advisers’ Hotline, which is filled with tips and techniques for running an effective FBLA, PBL, or FBLA-Middle Level chapter. Advisers use the FBLAPBL, and FBLA-Middle Level Chapter Management Handbook (CMH) to manage their chapter operations. The PBL Business Leader is the exclusive publication for PBL members who are about to launch their careers in business. The Professional Division membership receives The Professional Edge publication.


    Conferences

    FBLA-PBL organizes conferences for members and advisers. These programs are designed to help members develop their business leadership, networking, career development, and social skills.

    Funding & Endorsements

    FBLA-PBL is funded by membership dues, conference fees, corporate contributions, and grants. FBLA-PBL is recognized by the Association for Career and Technical Education, International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education, National Association of Parliamentarians, National Association of Secondary School Principals, National Business Education Association, and the U.S. Department of Education.


    Goals

    • Develop competent, aggressive business leadership.
    • Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work.
    • Create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise.
    • Encourage members in the development of individual projects that contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community.
    • Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism.
    • Encourage and practice efficient money management.
    • Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty.
    • Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals.
    • Facilitate the transition from school to work.

     

    FBLA-PBL Code of Ethics

    I will:

    • be honest and sincere.
    • approach each task with confidence in my ability to perform my work at a high standard.
    • willingly accept responsibilities and duties.
    • seek to profit from my mistakes and take suggestions and criticisms directed toward the improvement of myself and my work.
    • abide by the rules and regulations of my school.
    • exercise initiative and responsibility and will cooperate with my employer and fellow workers.
    • dress and act in a manner that will bring respect to me and to my school.
    • seek to improve my community by contributing my efforts and my resources to worthwhile projects.

    FBLA-PBL Creed

    I believe:

    • education is the right of every person.
    • the future depends on mutual understanding and cooperation among business, industry, labor, religious, family, and educational institutions, as well as people around the world. I agree to do my utmost to bring about understanding and cooperation among all of these groups.
    •  every person should prepare for a useful occupation and carry on that occupation in a manner that brings the greatest good to the greatest number.
    • every person should actively work toward improving social, political, community, and family life.
    • every person has the right to earn a living at a useful occupation.
    • every person should take responsibility for carrying out assigned tasks in a manner that brings credit to self, associates, school, and community.
    • I have the responsibility to work efficiently and to think clearly. I promise to use my abilities to make the world a better place for everyone.

    Pledge

    I solemnly promise to uphold the aims and responsibilities of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda and, as an active member, I shall strive to develop the qualities necessary in becoming a responsible business leader.


     

    DUAL ENROLLMENT

    DUAL ENROLLMENT

    Dual Enrollment ​is designed to prepare students for college and career opportunities leading students to postsecondary institutions for an industry recognized certification or lic​ensure, an associate and/or higher college ​​​degree, and successful employment. Georgia has created a singular program known as Dual Enrollment for students in grades 10-12 who qualify to participate. Students may enroll on a part-time or full-time basis as a Dual Enrollment student and take college courses at their high school or on a postsecondary campus. Students will receive high school and college credit simultaneously when attending and passing approved college classes.

    Contact the High School Guidance Counselor for additional information at (229) 334-4298 Extension 1

    Quick Link:

    Approved Dual Enrollment Directory

     

    CONTACT INFORMATION

    STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION

    Please feel free to contact any of the staff members below.  If we are not available, please leave a message.  Thank you.

    • Shirley Fair Johnson, CTAE Director, Dual Enrollment Coordinator, WBL-YAP Coordinator
      (229) 334-4298 Extension 2~Shirley.Fair-Johnson@quitman.k12.ga.us
    • Ashanti Smith, CTAE Teacher, FBLA Advisor
      (229) 334-4298 Extension 1~Ashanti.Smith@quitman.k12.ga.us