The goal of Russell County School District's Career and Technical Education Department is to support the mission and vision of our district. It is our first priority to engage students in quality learning experiences that will prepare them for success in college, career, and life.
Our global society requires that students graduate high school with employability skills that enable them to innovate, create, and collaborate. By exposing students on a daily basis to real-life simulated work experiences, we are equipping them with the resources necessary to succeed in life.
Students are taught curriculum where the end is in mind. The push to ensure that students graduate with credentials in every program is priority. Programs undergo strenuous program review to ensure they are in line with our vision to inspire, empower and educate students with excellence.
Dual enrollment programs grant students the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school. Students are afforded the opportunity to intern or work on apprenticeship programs with our local industry partners. Job shadowing visits are also available to our student body. We engage and involve our stakeholders as they are active members of our advisory councils, participate in our summits, and devote countless hours investing in our young people.
Senior Instructor MAJ(R) Damone Turner
Junior Instructor SFC(R) Donna Graham
Light Automotive Repair Services - NATEF Certified -
Instructor Nehemiah Mitchell
BUSINESS, FINANCE AND MANAGEMENT
Instructor Ronald Davis, RCHS
Instructor Dr. Jannie Jordan, RCMS
CULINARY ARTS, HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM
Instructor Chef Mark Thorne
Instructor Eugenia Cochran
Instructor Tywanna Robinson
Instructor Corey Danielson
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND GAMING
Instructor Tangela Crocker
JOBS FOR ALABAMA GRADUATES
Instructor Angela Dawson
COMMERCE AND MARKETING
Instructor Ella Holmes
Instructor James Fogal
WORK-BASED LEARNING / COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
WBL Coordinator Pete Helms