BEND, OR -- More than 200 Oregon middle and high schools will split $10 million from the state to create programs that will prepare students for college and careers. Bend-La Pine Schools received more than $660,000 for Career and Technical Education (CTE).
La Pine High School plans to develop a new manufacturing and construction technology program. And Bend Senior High will use the money to modernize the school’s 1970s-era kitchen and create courses including Restaurant Business Management. Click HERE
to read more about the district's plans for the grant money.
Last year, Bend-La Pine Schools offered 148 CTE classes designed to introduce students to skills and experience they need in the workplace.