The Memorial High School Career and Technical Education Program opened its doors to visitors for an open house this week to demonstrate how the various programs open doors for its students.
The students served as tour guides through the building, and students in classrooms gave presentations to the visitors on the practical skills they learn in their classes.
Kimberly Sanders oversees the audio/video production class at the CATE building. (Brad Robichaux/The News) 10-15-19
Senior Selma Hinojosa gives a short explanation to Memorial Assistant Principal Dr. Brenda Brooks Coleman about her audio/video production class. (Brad Robichaux/The News) 10-15-19
Flint Hills Resources honors Outstanding Students, whose plaques and photos line the walls at the front of the CATE building. (Brad Robichaux/The News) 10-15-19
Ensign Emanuel Lopez, who was also a tour guide, and Lieutenant Commander Mariana Quintanar, both seniors, show off the Navy ROTC section’s firing range inside the CATE building. (Brad Robichaux/The News) 10-15-19
Timothy Tremont, director of the Stilwell Career and Technical Education program at Memorial, explains the program’s benefits to ITEX’s victors: Akilah Lewis, training manager, right; and Gilbert Contreras, vice president of human resources, second from right. (Brad Robichaux/The News) 10-15-19
Students continue their work Tuesday in the welding class while visitors take the tour. (Brad Robichaux/The News) 10-15-19