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Congratulations to Jacqui Clay, CTE Director/Assistant Principal at Buena High School  - 2016 Arizona CTE Administrator of the Year. Jacqui was recently elected Cochise County Superintendent of Schools and began her new position in January 2017.

Congratulations to Rebekah Larson at St. David High School and Luke Todd at Willcox High School for being awarded a 2016 ACTEAZ Scholarship due to their success in their CTE programs and student organizations.

Thank you all for your dedication to Career and Technical Education and the hard work you do to make Cochise County shine. You make our JTED Community, PROUD!

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About Us

The Cochise Technology District officially began on July 1, 2001 as an idea shared by the seven satellite superintendents and governing boards. Douglas School District joined July 1, 2004. Bisbee and Sierra Vista School Districts joined July 1, 2013.  The ten satellite high schools in the District are Benson, Bisbee, Bowie, Buena (Sierra Vista), Douglas, San Simon, St. David, Tombstone, Valley Union and Willcox. The Cochise Technology District Governing Board and Administration have worked with the Governing Boards and Administrations in the ten satellite high schools to develop and improve Career and Technical Education Programs for their students.

For the 2015-2016 school year Cochise Technology District reported to the Arizona Department of Education over 2,800 students enrolled in satellite and central campus Career and Technical Education Programs. This enrollment generated $2,654,766 in revenues for the ten satellite high schools to improve and expand their Career and Technical Education Programs.

These additional revenues allow the ten satellite high schools to accomplish the District’s Vision of providing high quality Career and Technical Educational Programs for all students enabling them to have the necessary career and technical skills to enter the workforce and/or advanced training/education upon high school graduation.
 


 


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