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Read all the 2015-16 CTE Highlights in the attached document. Below are just a few highlights from the year....


Twenty Students Inducted into NBHS

Newton High School business teachers inducted 17 new members into the National Business Honor Society chapter Sunday, April 30.  NHS is only one of three schools in Kansas to have this honor society. Since 2012 NHS has inducted 125 members into the society.


Welding Students Place at SkillsUSA


Three students from the welding program competed in the SkillsUSA competition in Hutchinson, KS, where the students placed 5,6, and 7th at the state welding competition.  James Roberts (Remington HS) placed 5th, Tylar Brockman (NHS) placed 6th, and Blaine Cody (Remington HS) placed 7th. 


Machining Students Place at SkillsUSA


Four students in the machining program competed in the state SkillsUSA competition in Hutchinson. Their results are:
1st place in Precision Machining - Eric Williams (Halstead)

1st place in Automated Manufacturing

Aaron Carrillo, Macario Holguin, Matthew Sattler


FFA Students Win State Competition

FFA students competed at state and received the following places:

Food Science-team placed 5th; Naomi Epp 3rd individual and Josh Akers 14th individual

Floriculture-team placed 9th, Josh Akers 8th individual, Naomi Epp 20th individual

Nursery-team placed 8th, Josh Akers placed 17th individual

Entomology-team placed 13th

Other team members participating were Abby Harder and Kit Kingsley


BPA Member Places at Nationals

10 BPA students traveled to Boston, MA, to compete in the National Leadership Conference. 1 student placed 2nd in Prepared Speech. 5 students received Ambassador Torch Awards; 4 students earned Microsoft User Specialists certificates in PowerPoint




17 business students were inducted into the National Business Honor Society at a special ceremony


Machining students placed at the SkillsUSA contest.

NHS senior, Kasey Stucky, wins award.