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Bryan County High School celebrates Career and Technical Education Month
Bryan County High School FBLA members Trinity Curry, left, and Chara Trice and BCHS TSA member Bradley Howard stand with Pembroke Mayor Judy Cook on Feb. 13, when the Pembroke City Council proclaimed February as Career Technical Education Month. - photo by Provided

Students and faculty at Bryan County High School joined others across the nation during the month of February to celebrate national Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month. This year’s tagline was “Celebrate today, own tomorrow.”

CTE Month highlights how the CTE programs make students college- and career-ready and prepare them for high-wage, high-demand career fields.

On Feb. 13, Pembroke Mayor Judy Cook signed the Career Technical Education (CTE) Month Proclamation dedicating the month of February as CTE Month in Pembroke.

Bryan County High School students, Bradley Howard, Chara Trice, and Trinity Curry, who are members of Georgia Technology Student Association (GA TSA) and Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) visited with Cook and discussed CTE Month and the history of Pembroke. 

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