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  • October Is National Principals Month

    Thank you, Mrs. Singleton, for all you do every day! Thank you for encouraging us, sharing words of wisdom, and keeping us headed in a positive direction. We love and appreciate you!

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  • A Solid Start for 2020-21

    Many of our students returned to campus on August 10th to begin their college classes at Johnston Community College. All high school classes are currently being taught online. Teachers and staff at CTLA planned and prepared for our first day with bus riders and car riders arriving on campus. Armed with digital no-contact thermometers and wearing face masks, teachers greeted students and directed them to their class locations. Although the year started in a very different way, great teamwork and positive attitudes prevail and we are moving along with our new normal.

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  • RAK CLUB February Project

    Dear CTLA Families, We will be collecting items for hygiene bags through February 21st. Thank you to those of you who have already brought in some things! If you'd like to contribute, please bring your items to the CTLA office. The RAK Club will meet and pack the hygiene bags on February 28 at 1:00 pm in Mobile 3A. Thank you. Mrs. Brittain and Mrs. Tart

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  • Happy National Custodian Day

    We are so proud of our custodian Stephanie! Happy National Custodian Day!!!

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  • Congratulations to this month's Leader of the Pack!

    Congratulations to this month’s Leader of the Pack! We are very proud of of Mrs Shelley Jones. @JCPS_NC

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  • Y=MX+B!

    Mrs Worley’s Math 1 class is learning slope-intercept form (y=mx + b) to the tune of YMCA! #packpride #CTLA

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  • CTLA Store Closes 9/15!

    We have lots of wonderful apparel choices available in our online store. See the attached flyer for more information and to check out some of the CTLA shirt options. Go to http://stores.inksoft.com/ctla

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  • Can I help you?

    Can I help you? Career and Technical Leadership Academy has developed a tutoring program through canvas that primarily tutors with Innovation Academy and has begun helping with 9th and 10th graders in all subjects.

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  • National Technical Honors Society

    We are very proud of our CTLA students who were inducted into JCC's National Technical Honors Society.

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  • Volunteer of the Year

    Congratulations Princess Kate, CTLA’s student volunteer of the year.

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  • Semester Superstar 2019

    Congratulations Mrs. Worley! We are so proud of you.

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  • Student Equity Day

    CTLA future leaders Zhaheim Smith and Yolanda Palma attended the Triangle High Five’s “Student Equity Day” workshop. #EveryStep

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  • Character Ed August

    Congratulations to our Character Award Winners for the month of August. The following students were selected for the Character Trait, Self-Discipline. Diana Jimenez Osorio (Top Left); Floritzell Recendiz-Lerma (Bottom Left); Nyla Young (Top Right); Ethan Mangum (Bottom Left)

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  • Astronomy

    Mr. Bullock's science class made various t-shirts and other apparel for their Astronomy projects. Grace Carroll (left) and Khrystyna Veyst (right) are pictured sporting their tye dye hoodies they made for the project.

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  • Enlightenment

    Dr. Towne's Civics & Economics class is identifying Enlightenment ideas. Jennifer Lopez is using a video software to help explain her group's ideas while Savannah Sollars is drawing animation art to express her group's chosen philosophies.

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  • Congratulations Diana!

    The Johnston County Board of Education recognized outstanding staff members and students who demonstrated excellence in the classroom, in athletics, or in the community at their Aug. 14 meeting! Diana Jimenez Osorio was recognized for Johnston County Career and Technical Leadership Academy. We are so proud of Diana!

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  • Junior Leadership Johnston County

    Congratulations to Yolanda Palma! She has been selected to participate in the 2018 Junior Leadership Johnston County Program. The program will be from June 18 - 22, 2018.

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  • Rotary Against Drugs (RAD)

    Monica Branagan CTLA’s third place winner; Paige Wilcox is West Johnston’s fourth place winner; and Delanie Vanchoff is SSS HS first place winner. Ladies you were awesome!

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  • Manifest Destiny and Expansion Westward

    Mr. Towne's American History 1 students 3rd and 4th block students engaged in a round robin discussion concerning various topics dealing with the concept of Manifest Destiny and expansion westward. Topics included the Transcontinental Railroad, Gold Rush, Women of the West, Outlaws, Lawmen, Pony Express, Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, Buffalo Soldiers, Exodusters, and the Open Range. Students discovered information about each area and contributed to a class presentation using large sticky notes and the ever popular sketch smelly markers.

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  • JCTD @ Fall Fest 17

    JoCo Teen Drivers (JCTD) reached out the to the community to spread the message about safe driving on the Johnston Community Campus during the campus wide Fall Festival event. Our goal was to reach high school students, college students, and faculty members to promote safe driving practices and have the community pledge to adhere to safe driving practices. We demonstrated how difficult it is to walk and perform simple actions when a person is under the influence by having pledgers wear the drunk and buzzed goggles to throw a ball into a trashcan that was only a few feet away from them. Out of the hundreds of people to visit our booth on 9/20, only 11 people were able to make the ball go into the trashcan.

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