The purpose of this survey is to gather information from parents about their interest in Career Technical Education (CTE) Programs being offered at LCHS, and plans for future implementation of CTE programs at our High School. CTE courses are classes that are predominately project based classes where students learn by doing, where students can potentially earn professional certifications, and where students can prepare for direct entry into careers or educational programs directly after high school graduation. We appreciate your feedback concerning our CTE offerings. 

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* 1. Are you currently aware of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Courses offered at Lubbock-Cooper High School?

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* 2. Is your child currently enrolled in a Career and Technical Education (CTE) course(s) at LCHS?

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* 3. If yes, which course(s)?

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* 4. Rate your student's experience in their Career & Technical Education (CTE) course(s).

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* 5. CTE courses help students connect what they are learning to the real world. It can help students gain key skills to help them explore career options, meet people working in the job industries, get jobs right out of high school, and possibly earn college credit in high school. CTE courses can prepare students for college and career programs that target their areas of interest.

Indicate on the scale below about how beneficial you believe CTE courses are for LCHS students.

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* 6. What additional Career & Technical Education (CTE) course would you like to see offered at LCHS? (See the current offerings in the LCHS Course Guide located on the LCHS Counselor's Web Page.)

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* 7. Any additional comments or suggestions about the LCHS CTE program:

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