Due to forecasted inclement weather, we will not have Session 2 tomorrow, Friday, January 12.
Enjoy our November/December Edition of Cascadia Tech News: https://www.smore.com/dm19a
Watch our Ukrainian Refugee story that airs Tuesday, December 19 at 6:30 p.m. on KGW. Click the link below to learn more about our Student Refugee Fund: https://cascadiatechnicalacademyfoundation.kindful.com/?campaign=1280384
Business Principles students wrapped gifts for the Adopt A Family program. Help us thank them for giving back to the community this holiday season! #communityservice #givingback #FBLA #InspiringGreatness
Get ready for the holidays with FREE nail art with a gel manicure in our Salon! Call 360.604.1080 to book your appointment today!
Our websites are up and running again!
We are working on getting our website back up as quickly as we can. Thank you for your patience.
Come and show your support of Business Principles/FBLA at our Burgerville fundraiser tomorrow, November 30th!
Business Principles FBLA chapter representing Cascadia Tech Academy at the FBLA Fall Leadership Conference at Lower Columbia College in Longview. They will compete in business related events at the FBLA Southwest WA Regional Conference on February 2, 2024.
Happy Thanksgiving! Our Culinary, Baking & Pastry Arts students enjoyed a meal together.
Our Dental HOSA Competition Team created a Mental Health Awareness Campaign for Instagram. Follow them at https://www.instagram.com/its.ok2notbokay/
Reminder: No school for Thanksgiving Break November 23-24, 2023. Enjoy your long weekend.
Reminder: Tomorrow, Wednesday, November 22, 2023 is a regular school day.
Fashion students took part in a textile burn lab to determine the fiber content of the fabrics we use. Using the scientific method, students deduce what fiber content is in each swatch to determine the qualities and performance factors of fabrics.
No School Friday, Nov. 10th In observance of Veterans Day. Thank you to staff members Jim, Bill, Rob and Justin for your service.
Reminder: Early Release on Wednesday, Nov. 8th. No Session 2.
Trunk or Treat by CJ was a success! Cocoa, cider, donations of candy, cup a noodle and Doritos were enjoyed. Kids played pumpkin tic-tac-toe, witch hat ring toss, and cornhole. Candy filled cars lined the loop. ITS3 students had a costume and favorite trunk contest.
Medical Assisting students are showing the proper use of PPE (Personal Protection Equipment) to keep ourselves safe from biohazardous materials in the healthcare field.
Rotary members discussed the Four-Way Test (out of country) and the Rotary Interact Club (local) with Dental students. Interact clubs bring together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self.
The House Capital Budget Committee was here for lunch and a tour. The committee considers the state capital budget which approves money for the construction and repair of public buildings and for other long-term investments, such as land acquisitions and transfers.