Katie McGaha says students in Adair County High School’s family and consumer science program can sell you a custom-made key chain.
Health sciences student Kaitlyn Bryant says 40 high school students are now CPR certified.
Student Logan Coomer says the first-year welding program at ACHS is focused on getting seniors certified in welding.
Agriculture student and FFA officer Cody Taylor says he is taking a dual-college course through Murray State University. He is also learning public speaking through the FFA program.
These students were participants in the Career and Technical Education Showcase held at ACHS Monday evening, showing their leadership skills by helping preside over the event.
The showcase drew more than 225 visitors, including local elected officials, business and community leaders, proud parents, teachers and school administrators.
“I don’t think the support for what we are doing here–especially at ACHS–has ever been better,” Superintendent Alan Reed told the crowd before they dispersed to visit classrooms that hold the various programs, including the Lake Cumberland Technical School Satellite Campus.