Empower ALL students to make informed choices as they navigate their educational learning opportunities and prepare for college and/or career training.
Regional Labor Market Needs and Education and Training Needs:
Areas showing significant growth in our area include construction, trade, transportation and utilities, financial activities, personal and business services, education and health services, and leisure and hospitality. A wide range of career training is needed for the above labor market needs ranging from on the job training to advanced college degrees.
Parents are invited to participate in their child’s academic and career planning through ACP conferences at the 5th, 8th and 11th grade levels. At these conferences the student and their parents meet with the student’s school counselor and review their academic plans and goals, career aspirations, and opportunities available to help achieve the student’s individual goals.
Academic and Career Planning at the Elementary Level
5th grade ACP conference
Career Cruising classroom lessons
Career Exploration classroom lessons
Environmental Day - Environmental career exploration activities and speakers
2nd grade broadcasting career field trip
Fire Safety Week - Emergency Services career demonstrations
Heritage Fair - Wisconsin Industry Exploration
Academic and Career Planning at the Middle School Level
Career Matchmaker assessment to match student to careers of interest
CTE exploratory courses including Family and Consumer Science, Technology and Engineering, and Business.
Fine Arts and Foreign language exploration including Art, General Music, Band, Choir, and Spanish
8th grade ACP conference
8th grade Career Fair at Western Technical College
Small group career advisory activities
Academic and Career Planning at the High School Level
Over 100 courses available grades 9-12 to explore career interests