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Career and Technical Education (CTE)

Mission

The River Delta Unified District Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department is dedicated to ensuring that students are provided with high-quality Career and Technical Education by integrating rigorous classroom instruction with current, work-based learning experiences that motivate, guide, and empower our students for post-secondary education and careers. The RDUSD CTE Programs will educate and inspire students to be successful citizens, workers, and leaders in the workplace.

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Rio Vista High School

If you are attending Rio Vista High School you have the opportunity to participate and explore different areas of  CTE. 

 

Rio Vista High School Industry Sectors 

Agriculture and Natural Resources

Arts, Media & Entertainment 

Building & Construction Trades

Engineering & Architecture 

Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation

Manufacturing & Product Design

 

Rio Vista High School CTE Pathways

Ag Mechanics

CAD

Construction

Culinary Arts

Engineering 

Radio

Video

 

 

 

Delta High School

If you are attending Delta High School you have the opportunity to explore agriculture and partake in the Career and Technical Student Organization FFA.

 

Delta High School Industry Sectors

Agriculture & Natural Resources

Building & Construction Trades

 

Delta High School CTE Pathways

Ag Mechanics 

Ag Construction 

Animal Science 

 

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CTE is here and it is making a difference!

 

Success with CTE

 

CTE: Learning that works