Free CTE summer camp
Clackamas Community College is offering a free CTE summer camp for high schoolers from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 17-21.
There will be hands-on activities focusing on career and technical subjects including horticulture, health sciences and industrial technology.
The CTE camps are available to students entering their freshman through senior year in 2019, and those who live and attend school in Clackamas County.
Camps have limited space and will use a weighted lottery for placement. To register, visit http://bit.ly/2XektTM. Online registration closes May 1. See website for more info.
WHS art show open to public
The local community will have an opportunity to view Wilsonville High School student artwork April 30-May 9. The artist reception will be from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, April 30. Light refreshments will be available. After the opening evening, student work can be viewed from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The showcase will feature art by every student who has taken a visual arts studio course this year, which is more than half of the student body. Artwork includes sculpture and 3D design, drawing and painting, photography and graphic design. Advanced art students will also have their own individual mini shows featured. The art will be on display in the north end of the school.
Districtwide art show draws near
The West Linn-Wilsonville School District encourages the community to browse student artwork during the districtwide art show next month. There will be work from K-12 students — sculptures, paintings, drawings, live music and more — from 4-8 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at Arts and Technology High School. The campus will have art, live entertainment and food trucks. This year's theme is "Mount St. Helens Day."
Seeking Inza. R Wood Middle School volunteers
With career day fast approaching, Inza. R Wood Middle School staff is looking for volunteers who want to share their career or profession with seventh and eighth graders May 22.
The school is looking for 25 individuals to give four, 30-minute presentations that include an introduction, an explanation about their job, the skills, knowledge and training that's required to do their job, their educational and career path and participation in a question and answer session.
If you're interested, call Jason Rasco, 503-673-7500 ext. 4498.
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