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News Release
Reynolds Learning Academy Embraces CTE Month with a Career Day for Students - 02/26/24

February 26, 2024, Fairview, OR – Reynolds Learning Academy will host a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Career Day event on Wednesday, February 28th from 1:15pm-3:45pm. Students will have the opportunity to attend two different panels where they will be able to ask questions to real-world professionals who are employed in various careers ranging from the trades, Department of Transportation, automotive, cosmetology and barbering, medical, education, childcare, culinary, the Military, natural sciences, education, real estate, police, fire, FBI, and computer science and technology. They will learn from the attending professionals the many different types of training and education needed to enter these careers as well as what innate skills they have which might best suit a particular career.

In addition to the wide variety of CTE panelists, the Heavy Equipment Operators, Local 701 apprenticeship program will bring their heavy equipment operator simulator. It is an amazing training tool which helps students learn what it’s really like to drive the equipment. The Ironworkers Local 29 will also bring their welding simulator allowing students to get the feel for the stick and try their hand at welding like a professional.

“The goal of the CTE Career Day is to provide students access to high-wage, high-demand, high-skilled careers as well as areas of strong interest and their natural talents and abilities’, explained Angie Gilbert, RLA’s Schools-To-Work/Trades/CTE Coordinator. “RLA and RSD are very grateful to all of our participating partners and their organizations and believe our students will gain life changing knowledge through this event,” she stated. 

About Reynolds School District:

As a community, we prepare lifelong learners to achieve their full potential in a complex and interconnected world. Reynolds School District recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups in our society. Reynolds School District Board of Education ensures that all educational programs, activities, and employment will be free of discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, parental or marital status, or age.

Contact: Steve Padilla, Director of Communications –; 707.330.6559.



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