Sussex Tech District Office Announcements
- Published on 16 March 2015
CTE (Career & Technical Education) students have been competing throughout the state for the past few months to demonstrate technical and soft skills required by today’s employers and the honor to represent Delaware at the National Level against fellow skilled students. Career and Technical Skills Organizations such as SKILLS USA, HOSA, BPA and FFA are represented.
Technical Area competitions such as auto-diesel equipment technology, carpentry/cabinet making, collision repair, cosmetology, computer technologies, health care technologies, business marketing and finance, as well as media and communications technologies such as broadcast news production, graphic communications and web design are included, to name a few.
A recent article by Matthew Albright on Sunday, March 14, 2015 in the News Journal and highlighted on Delaware Online gives insight into the intense competitions taking place. There are Sussex Technical High School Students pictured in the article and highlighted within the corresponding video. Please take the time to check it out via the link below:
- Published on 03 March 2015
Sussex Technical High School and Widener University have announced an information night for those individuals who may be interested in joining the next cohort in Widener’s K-12 Educational Leadership Doctoral Program which is offered on the campus of Sussex Technical School District in Georgetown, Delaware. The information night will be held on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 5:30 pm at Sussex Technical High School, 17099 County Seat Highway, in Georgetown, Delaware. An earlier event was cancelled due to inclement weather.
Officials from both Widener University and Sussex Technical School District will be on hand to answer questions from interested students. Information will be available on curriculum and course sequence, course format, fees and related topics. Classes for the Fall 20l5 semester are scheduled to begin in late August.
- Published on 08 December 2014
Sussex Tech Athletic Health Care senior Kaitlyn Willin organized the Special Olympics Basketball event at the Ravens Nest on December 17th. Kaitlyn stated, "We had over 80 volunteers, along with 70 participants for all technical areas, and it took months to prepare for it. It is priceless to share this experience with these young athletes." This is an annual event that continues to grow each year.