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DeCarlos Colbert attends ACTE National Policy Seminar in Washington, DC

 

Recently, Georgia Career and Technical Instruction (CTI) State Officer President DeCarlos Colbert had the opportunity to represent Georgia CTI at the ACTE National Policy Seminar in Washington, DC.  DeCarlos, as well as other Career Tech Student Organization Presidents, discussed the importance of maintaining Perkins funding for Career Tech Ag Education programs across the state.  The learning experiences they have obtained through participating in Career Tech Student Organizations such as CTI, DECA, FBLA, FFA, FCCLA, Skills USA, TSA, FFA, and HOSA have been exceptional.  DeCarlos was also able to present information on the benefits of his personal experience with CTI, completing the JROTC pathway, and participating in the Work-Based Learning Program.  This was an unforgettable experience for DeCarlos.  Georgia CTI and Georgia Career Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) are proud of all that he has accomplished.  DeCarlos would like to thank all of the individuals, businesses and community organizations that made donations which made this unforgettable experience possible for him. 

 
CTSO Day at the Capital 
Governor Deal issued a proclamation recognizing February as Career & Technical Education Month in Georgia and February 9th as Career and Technical Student Organization Day at the State Capitol. Two Crisp County students are CTI state officers:  Adarious Brown, State CTI Historian (far left) and DeCarlos Colbert, State CTI President (far right)
Cookies with Santa Toy Drive
 
Our Cookies with Santa was a great success!! This is the 14th year we have held our toy drive.  We donated 217 toys and $500  to the Adopt an Angel program through the Gateway Center here in Crisp County. Thanks to our donors:  Walgreens, Walmart and Jordan Hope Photography and everyone who contributed to this worthy cause. More than 200 children attended and enjoyed meeting Santa and participating in games, crafts, and other activities.