DVISD Career Technical Education (CTE) Coordinator Tashara Angelle was invited to present at the Central Texas Regional Summit in San Marcos. She focused on what the CTE department is doing to help improve student access to workforce and economic opportunities in our communities.
Community Advancement Network (CAN), a partnership of government, non-profit, private, and faith-based organizations that work together to enhance the social, health, educational, and economic well-being of Central Texas, hosted the Summit.
This year’s conference focused on expanding economic opportunity in the 5-county area (Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis & Williamson Counties).
“We are honored that Del Valle ISD was identified to represent CTE programming for the Central Texas area,” said Dr. Tiffany Spicer, Executive Director of Secondary Academics and Student Support, “We are proud to have Ms. Angelle promote the rigorous and relevant CTE experiences that we provide our students while in high school that prepares them for their post-baccalaureate endeavors.”
Besides presenting, Ms. Angelle sat on a panel with CTE administrator representatives from San Marcos ISD and Leander ISD, San Marcos ISD and Leander ISD.