ACATEC Engineering-CADD students are competing with their underwater innovative vehicle Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Waterford MOtt High School.
Student teams will compete in various underwater remotely operated vehicle challenges that encourage speed, agility, fun, problem solving and teamwork. Events include an upstream swimming robotics challenge, an underwater object recovery challenge, an underwater population density challenge, and an underwater IVD drag racing challenge.
Graphic Art and Design Community Service Project
For this years service project, the Graphic Art & Design classes were tasked with creating a logo for a charity music festival. The morning and afternoon sessions split up into eleven teams of four students each. Each student created a logo design which the team then presented to the client. In this case the client was AAESA Public Information Coordinator Tom Scheidel. Jake’s Music Festival is a charity event in Grand Rapids that Mr. Scheidel has been organizing for the past 13 years. The event has never had a logo before and this presented an excellent opportunity for the Graphic Arts students.
After the initial concepts were created, each team showed their designs in a “pitch session” to Mr. Scheidel. He gave feedback on each design and then told the teams which design they should develop going into the second round. The teams revised their selected designs and then presented their final work to Mr. Scheidel. The top designs were then shared with the music festival’s organizing committee and final winner was named. Nicole Kutscher of Allegan High School created the winning design. “I was very impressed by the quality of the work done by the students,” said Mr. Scheidel. “Everyone I’ve shown the winning design to has commented about how cool it looks.” Jake’s Music Festival takes place on April 22, 2017 at the Orbit Room in Grand Rapids.
ACATEC Welding Students Work on Community Service Project
The ACATEC/LMC Welding Technology program is working with the Small Business Operations program on a community service project. The project is a Spartan Foot Stool. They will design, fabricate, weld, paint, and complete the project with fine finished wood. The foot stool will be donated to the Plainwell Christian Neighbors Food Pantry. They will offer it for sale during their May Silent Auction Dinner. The proceeds will be used to provide assistance to families in our community with food and monetary needs. The students enjoy working on the project together and are excited to help families in their community.
Core Performance Indicators
Federal Carl D. Perkins legislation requires all Career and Technical Education programs monitor student and program performance. Each Career and Technical Education program has core performance measures in each of the following areas:
View the Core performance indicator information below available for the CTE programs in Allegan County.
If you have any questions or need assistance locating appropriate Core Performance data, contact Linda Blankenship, CTE Director at 269-673-3121 or firstname.lastname@example.org