State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria will pay a visit to Woodward Career Technical High School and tour the school's Career Technical Education (CTE) programs and meet with the teachers, students and staff at 1 p.m. Friday, September 6.
Led by members of Woodward Student Government and Men of Woodward, DeMaria will tour the Health Tech, Advanced Manufacturing and Building Tech classes.
"We are very excited about the state superintendent visiting our school," said Principal Sam Yates. "The students are doing great things here at Woodward." The state superintendent is expected to explore the tiny house built by the students enrolled in the construction program, Yates said.
DeMaria is visiting schools offering CTE in connection with a documentary airing on PBS stations in Ohio September 5 called the Career Path Less Taken.
When: 1 p.m. Friday, September 6, 2019
Where: Woodward High School, 7005 Reading Rd.