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School board recognizes CTE, Black History Month

The Gloucester County School Board recognized both Career and Technical Education Month and Black History Month at its meeting last Thursday in the T.C. Walker Education Center Auditorium.

Due to technical difficulties, the Gloucester County School Board met last Thursday night, instead of the previously scheduled Feb. 8 date, for its monthly meeting in the T.C. Walker Education Center Auditorium.

Several staff members involved in CTE programs spoke at the meeting, which was originally scheduled for Feb. 8 but postponed due to audio and video technical issues.

Gloucester High School assistant principal Jodie Simpson, who oversees CTE, reviewed the many career and technical offerings at the school including, agricultural science, horticulture, culinary arts, cyber security, game design, medical terminology, health careers, nursing assistants, criminal justice, finance, entrepreneurship, computer information system, cosmetology, automotive technology, naval science, architectur...

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