iBuild Permission Slips Due
Carpentry, Electrical, and HVAC students
Last Day for Seniors
Polo: Attending senior trip- May 4, not attending senior trip- May 11
Lathrop: May 5
Liberty/Liberty North: May 9
Orrick: May 11
Kearney: May 12
Lawson: May 15
ESHS: May 16
Last Day for Sophs and Juniors:
Polo: May 15
Lathrop: May 18
Lawson: May 19 (AM students only)
Orrick: May 19
Liberty: May 19 for AM Ss
Liberty: May 22 for PM Ss
Kearney: May 22
Liberty North: May 23
ESHS: May 24
Career and Technical Education (CTE) provides students with focused, hands-on education that prepares them for college and career opportunities. Students are able to earn Industry Recognized Credentials (IRCs) in all junior/senior level programs, making them more marketable in the post-secondary world. In addition to valuable CTE training, junior and senior students at Excelsior Springs Area Career Center earn both English and math credit while attending ESACC and learn the necessary academic and employability skills to be successful after graduation.
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has several resources to help students map out their career path! Use DESE's Career Cluster booklet to get organized!
RETHINK CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION
As a student preparing for life after high school, you have most likely started thinking about your future plans. This website is designed to highlight the Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs offered at ESACC. Our students combine classroom instruction with lab experiences to maximize learning. ESACC offers ten exciting programs for students to gain specialized training and earn Industry Recognized Credentials (IRC). ESACC prepares students with the academic and technical knowledge needed to succeed in post-secondary education and careers! We are committed to excellence in providing the best education for our students!
Earn free college credit!
ESACC Career Services Coordinator
816.630.9240, ext. 6
Master of Arts in Teaching, University of Central Missouri
Bachelor of Science, Marketing, Northwest Missouri State University
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Excelsior Springs School District #40 is an equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment of employment in, its programs and activities.