Paid AdvertisementSCSOS Tri-CountyROP Food TrailerSuperintendentTom ReusserSutter CountySuperintendentof SchoolsI am proud to report that SCS0S has received a CalfomiaCareer Pathways Trust Grant totalling approximately$7.8 milion dolars. This grant has covered all of ourCTE endeavors from July 2015 until June 2019Grant HighlightsGeneraed ever $12 million in additonal ievestments frompartners14 new capstone counes added in Culinars Computer Science,Weldng/Manufacturing, Automotive, and a CNA/MA programfor high school students at the Suter County One StopServed 28800 students in CTE Career assessments inYuba, Suter and Colusa countiesCreated three county-wide, (Muba, Sutter, Colusa) 05HA-10aligned safety certification couses for Welding, Automotive,Construction and Culinary. These annual salety certificationsare aligned with Yuba College pathways as well This peogramhas served over 10,700 students for dateand tacilitatedSutter counties This annual program serves all transitioningmiddle schools studerts and introduces them to al theaailable ROP/CTE pathways available in the Nigh schoolsFunded Summer at City HalFunded Fight Simulator and Build a Plane at CORE AcademyFunded and taclitated ROP/CTE Welding Wars eventThis hree county annual event showcanes all welding progamsROCTECareerExpo for Yuba andpuein arctng 8s and exhibiting ther welding anschools Welding students compene in teamsdesigning aUpdated welding/manufacturing facilities and equipmentat Suter High, Yuba City High, Lindhurst High Perce HighMaell High, Live Oak High, East Nicolaus High, MarysvilleHgh and other high schools in olo CountyoodHelped fund Agriculture programs t Manwel, Pierce, EastNenisNicolaus High, Marysville High, and other high schools in YoloCountyHelped fund Agriculture programs at Manwel, Plerce, EastNicolaus Sutter, Maryaille, Lindhurt, Woodland College, andoher Yolo County schoolsHelped fund Yuba College manufacturing labHelped Animal Science building at Colusa HighFunded media lab at Wilams High SchoolHelped fand automotive progams Yuba County Officeof Education, Yuba College, Yuba City High and Yolo CountyDistrictsHelped fund culnary programs at Wheatland High WoodlandCollege, Lake College, and Yolo County DistrictsHelped fund health careers programs at Maryville High Rverley igh Yuba College and Sutter County One StopPovided over $225k in professional development andcolaboration time induding teacher externships for partners infour countlesProvided over $100k in funding for counseling and supportservices for parners in the four countiesProvided funding for alternative education and specialeducaton studentsCreated a digital badging system and eevised career readinessprogramApproximately 915s of the funding wnt to students andprograms-Goal 90%Approximately 37,450 studenes served-Goal 35,000 studentsApproximately 825% of students participated in a work-basedlearning activity-Goal 90: continuing to work onApproximately 2180 students partiopated in an internship orwork experience854 students received a job based on training funded throughthe grantI look forward to the future of ROP/CTE for the studentswithin the tri-county area. We recently showcased ournew Advanced Culinary and Advanced ManufacturingTrailers and I look forward to providing our studentswith more job ready opportunitiesFor more information regarding our supportto schools and families, please contact EricPomeroy, CTE/ROP Assistant Superintendent(530) 822-2965.Paid for by Sutter Co Supt. of Schools Paid Advertisement SCSOS Tri-County ROP Food Trailer Superintendent Tom Reusser Sutter County Superintendent of Schools I am proud to report that SCS0S has received a Calfomia Career Pathways Trust Grant totalling approximately $7.8 milion dolars. This grant has covered all of our CTE endeavors from July 2015 until June 2019 Grant Highlights Generaed ever $12 million in additonal ievestments from partners 14 new capstone counes added in Culinars Computer Science, Weldng/Manufacturing, Automotive, and a CNA/MA program for high school students at the Suter County One Stop Served 28800 students in CTE Career assessments in Yuba, Suter and Colusa counties Created three county-wide, (Muba, Sutter, Colusa) 05HA-10 aligned safety certification couses for Welding, Automotive, Construction and Culinary. These annual salety certifications are aligned with Yuba College pathways as well This peogram has served over 10,700 students for date and tacilitated Sutter counties This annual program serves all transitioning middle schools studerts and introduces them to al the aailable ROP/CTE pathways available in the Nigh schools Funded Summer at City Hal Funded Fight Simulator and Build a Plane at CORE Academy Funded and taclitated ROP/CTE Welding Wars event This hree county annual event showcanes all welding progams ROCTE Career Expo for Yuba and pue in arctng 8s and exhibiting ther welding an schools Welding students compene in teams designing a Updated welding/manufacturing facilities and equipment at Suter High, Yuba City High, Lindhurst High Perce High Maell High, Live Oak High, East Nicolaus High, Marysville Hgh and other high schools in olo County ood Helped fund Agriculture programs t Manwel, Pierce, East Nenis Nicolaus High, Marysville High, and other high schools in Yolo County Helped fund Agriculture programs at Manwel, Plerce, East Nicolaus Sutter, Maryaille, Lindhurt, Woodland College, and oher Yolo County schools Helped fund Yuba College manufacturing lab Helped Animal Science building at Colusa High Funded media lab at Wilams High School Helped fand automotive progams Yuba County Office of Education, Yuba College, Yuba City High and Yolo County Districts Helped fund culnary programs at Wheatland High Woodland College, Lake College, and Yolo County Districts Helped fund health careers programs at Maryville High Rver ley igh Yuba College and Sutter County One Stop Povided over $225k in professional development and colaboration time induding teacher externships for partners in four countles Provided over $100k in funding for counseling and support services for parners in the four counties Provided funding for alternative education and special educaton students Created a digital badging system and eevised career readiness program Approximately 915s of the funding wnt to students and programs-Goal 90% Approximately 37,450 studenes served-Goal 35,000 students Approximately 825% of students participated in a work-based learning activity-Goal 90: continuing to work on Approximately 2180 students partiopated in an internship or work experience 854 students received a job based on training funded through the grant I look forward to the future of ROP/CTE for the students within the tri-county area. We recently showcased our new Advanced Culinary and Advanced Manufacturing Trailers and I look forward to providing our students with more job ready opportunities For more information regarding our support to schools and families, please contact Eric Pomeroy, CTE/ROP Assistant Superintendent (530) 822-2965. Paid for by Sutter Co Supt. of Schools

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Paid Advertisement SCSOS Tri-County ROP Food Trailer Superintendent Tom Reusser Sutter County Superintendent of Schools I am proud to report that SCS0S has received a Calfomia Career Pathways Trust Grant totalling approximately $7.8 milion dolars. This grant has covered all of our CTE endeavors from July 2015 until June 2019 Grant Highlights Generaed ever $12 million in additonal ievestments from partners 14 new capstone counes added in Culinars Computer Science, Weldng/Manufacturing, Automotive, and a CNA/MA program for high school students at the Suter County One Stop Served 28800 students in CTE Career assessments in Yuba, Suter and Colusa counties Created three county-wide, (Muba, Sutter, Colusa) 05HA-10 aligned safety certification couses for Welding, Automotive, Construction and Culinary. These annual salety certifications are aligned with Yuba College pathways as well This peogram has served over 10,700 students for date and tacilitated Sutter counties This annual program serves all transitioning middle schools studerts and introduces them to al the aailable ROP/CTE pathways available in the Nigh schools Funded Summer at City Hal Funded Fight Simulator and Build a Plane at CORE Academy Funded and taclitated ROP/CTE Welding Wars event This hree county annual event showcanes all welding progams ROCTE Career Expo for Yuba and pue in arctng 8s and exhibiting ther welding an schools Welding students compene in teams designing a Updated welding/manufacturing facilities and equipment at Suter High, Yuba City High, Lindhurst High Perce High Maell High, Live Oak High, East Nicolaus High, Marysville Hgh and other high schools in olo County ood Helped fund Agriculture programs t Manwel, Pierce, East Nenis Nicolaus High, Marysville High, and other high schools in Yolo County Helped fund Agriculture programs at Manwel, Plerce, East Nicolaus Sutter, Maryaille, Lindhurt, Woodland College, and oher Yolo County schools Helped fund Yuba College manufacturing lab Helped Animal Science building at Colusa High Funded media lab at Wilams High School Helped fand automotive progams Yuba County Office of Education, Yuba College, Yuba City High and Yolo County Districts Helped fund culnary programs at Wheatland High Woodland College, Lake College, and Yolo County Districts Helped fund health careers programs at Maryville High Rver ley igh Yuba College and Sutter County One Stop Povided over $225k in professional development and colaboration time induding teacher externships for partners in four countles Provided over $100k in funding for counseling and support services for parners in the four counties Provided funding for alternative education and special educaton students Created a digital badging system and eevised career readiness program Approximately 915s of the funding wnt to students and programs-Goal 90% Approximately 37,450 studenes served-Goal 35,000 students Approximately 825% of students participated in a work-based learning activity-Goal 90: continuing to work on Approximately 2180 students partiopated in an internship or work experience 854 students received a job based on training funded through the grant I look forward to the future of ROP/CTE for the students within the tri-county area. We recently showcased our new Advanced Culinary and Advanced Manufacturing Trailers and I look forward to providing our students with more job ready opportunities For more information regarding our support to schools and families, please contact Eric Pomeroy, CTE/ROP Assistant Superintendent (530) 822-2965. Paid for by Sutter Co Supt. of Schools Paid Advertisement SCSOS Tri-County ROP Food Trailer Superintendent Tom Reusser Sutter County Superintendent of Schools I am proud to report that SCS0S has received a Calfomia Career Pathways Trust Grant totalling approximately $7.8 milion dolars. This grant has covered all of our CTE endeavors from July 2015 until June 2019 Grant Highlights Generaed ever $12 million in additonal ievestments from partners 14 new capstone counes added in Culinars Computer Science, Weldng/Manufacturing, Automotive, and a CNA/MA program for high school students at the Suter County One Stop Served 28800 students in CTE Career assessments in Yuba, Suter and Colusa counties Created three county-wide, (Muba, Sutter, Colusa) 05HA-10 aligned safety certification couses for Welding, Automotive, Construction and Culinary. These annual salety certifications are aligned with Yuba College pathways as well This peogram has served over 10,700 students for date and tacilitated Sutter counties This annual program serves all transitioning middle schools studerts and introduces them to al the aailable ROP/CTE pathways available in the Nigh schools Funded Summer at City Hal Funded Fight Simulator and Build a Plane at CORE Academy Funded and taclitated ROP/CTE Welding Wars event This hree county annual event showcanes all welding progams ROCTE Career Expo for Yuba and pue in arctng 8s and exhibiting ther welding an schools Welding students compene in teams designing a Updated welding/manufacturing facilities and equipment at Suter High, Yuba City High, Lindhurst High Perce High Maell High, Live Oak High, East Nicolaus High, Marysville Hgh and other high schools in olo County ood Helped fund Agriculture programs t Manwel, Pierce, East Nenis Nicolaus High, Marysville High, and other high schools in Yolo County Helped fund Agriculture programs at Manwel, Plerce, East Nicolaus Sutter, Maryaille, Lindhurt, Woodland College, and oher Yolo County schools Helped fund Yuba College manufacturing lab Helped Animal Science building at Colusa High Funded media lab at Wilams High School Helped fand automotive progams Yuba County Office of Education, Yuba College, Yuba City High and Yolo County Districts Helped fund culnary programs at Wheatland High Woodland College, Lake College, and Yolo County Districts Helped fund health careers programs at Maryville High Rver ley igh Yuba College and Sutter County One Stop Povided over $225k in professional development and colaboration time induding teacher externships for partners in four countles Provided over $100k in funding for counseling and support services for parners in the four counties Provided funding for alternative education and special educaton students Created a digital badging system and eevised career readiness program Approximately 915s of the funding wnt to students and programs-Goal 90% Approximately 37,450 studenes served-Goal 35,000 students Approximately 825% of students participated in a work-based learning activity-Goal 90: continuing to work on Approximately 2180 students partiopated in an internship or work experience 854 students received a job based on training funded through the grant I look forward to the future of ROP/CTE for the students within the tri-county area. We recently showcased our new Advanced Culinary and Advanced Manufacturing Trailers and I look forward to providing our students with more job ready opportunities For more information regarding our support to schools and families, please contact Eric Pomeroy, CTE/ROP Assistant Superintendent (530) 822-2965. Paid for by Sutter Co Supt. of Schools

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