CTE Student Handbook
Dear Young Professional:
Welcome! We are thrilled you have made the decision to attend the Career & Technical Center (CTC), as either a returning learner or a first year learner. We hope you find this school year to be exciting, challenging, and most of all a rewarding educational experience. Commitment, engagement, and professionalism are the essential keys to success here at the center. We look forward to working together and appreciate you taking the time to read this handbook. It will answer many questions and guide you through our expectations, procedures, and activities. It will also explain the services and benefits CTC has to offer.
Your Career & Technical education includes the integration of academics and employability skills for success in college, career, and life –long learning. Your education is a partnership between you, your parents and your instructor. We are proud to have such passionate, skilled trade instructors that have worked many years in their associated trade areas and have countless hours of practical experience performing their crafts prior to becoming instructors. To ensure your success here at CTC, please take advantage of their vast knowledge, talents, experience, and industry connections.
Our entire staff here at the CTC is committed to supporting you on your learning journey. We welcome and encourage any suggestions you may have to assist us in improving our educational culture and outcomes for our students.
Have a wonderful school year, and please feel free to stop by my office with any questions or concerns.
- Technical Diploma Requirements
- Notice of Policy
- Key Contacts
- Daily Schedule
- School Closing
- Make-Up Policy
- Marking Periods
- Report Cards & Progress Reports
- Homework Expectations
- Credit Policy
- Character Education
- Plagiarism Policy
- Post Secondary Articulation
- Certificates and Awards
- Guidance Services
- Academic Courses
- Clubs & Organizations
- Dress Code
- Shop Safety
- No Smoking Policy
- Care of School Property by Students
Ulster BOCES Code of Conduct
Please review the information presented in our Code of Conduct.
Dignity for All Students Act
The Ulster BOCES Board of Education is committed to providing an educational and working environment that promotes respect, dignity, and equality. Please see our DASA information here.
FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT
Information about your rights with respect to your child's school records, pursuant to the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), can be viewed here.
Policy #3420 - Non-Discrimination & Anti-Harassment Policy
Policy #3420-R - Non-Discrimination & Anti-Harassment Procedure
Policy #3420 (R-1) - Staff-Student Relations (Fraternization) Complaint Form
Policy #3420 (R-2) - Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment in Ulster BOCES Complaint Form
Policy #3420 (R-3) - Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment in Ulster BOCES Appeal Form
Policy #3420 (R-4) - Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment in Ulster BOCES Appeal Decision Form
Policy #4516 - NYS Pesticide Notification
Policy #6110 - Comprehensive Student Attendance Policy
Policy #6460 Equal Educational Opportunity
Policy #6492 - Parents Bill of Rights for Data Privacy & Security
Policy #7140 - Career & Technical Education
Policy #7151 - Acceptable Use Policy for Student Use of Electronic Comm. & Telecomm.