TRENTON Students looking to get their hands unwashed are in luck.
After a 15-year hiatus, Superintendent Francisco Duran announced on Wednesday a lapse of a Trenton Central High School Automotive Program.
“We listened from families, village groups, business partners, and alumni seeking for some-more entrance to career and technical programming,” Duran pronounced in a press release. “And we are delivering on that request.”
In Aug 2014, Trenton Public School district staff submitted 4 applications to a NJDOE for new career technical preparation (CTE) programs (electrical, earthy fitness, approved helper assistant, and automotive).
While capitulation and support for 3 of a 4 programs changed really fast due to a collaborative attribute with a NJDOE CTE Office, a automotive module was behind due to a miss of a earthy trickery to residence a program. Pursuant to a National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF), there are clearly defined standards for an automotive module with an investigation of a trickery being many critical.
However, by certain rendezvous with a NJDOE CTE Office, Trenton Public Schools perceived redeeming capitulation for an Automobile/Automotive Mechanics and Technology/Technician module on Jan. 28, 2015.
This capitulation ends a 15 year interregnum for a district’s rarely reputable CTE Automotive module (last year of operation during a 1994-95 propagandize year). When a new Trenton High School — Main reopens on Chambers, a district is vehement to announce that it will offer extended college and career options for Trenton Public School students.