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Education briefs

September 23, 2002

Open House, parent conferences scheduled in Frederick schools



FREDERICK, Md. - The Frederick County Career and Technology Center will host an open house and parent conference night Thursday, Oct. 10, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Students will be on hand to demonstrate their skills.

Parents are encouraged to talk to staff members regarding their child's progress and the public is welcome. The center is on the Frederick Community College campus.

The technology education programs prepare students for occupations in agricultural and commercial metals technology, auto body, carpentry, electronics, fire rescue cadet, construction electricity, cosmetology, culinary arts, computer technician, academy of finance, TV production/multimedia, CISCO, diesel/automotive technology, drafting, heating/ventilation/air conditioning and plumbing, professional health careers, fundamentals of nursing, landscaping, law enforcement, machining technology, marketing education, graphic communication and printing technology, fundamentals of Web design, and masonry.

Business people from all the technical fields will be on hand to discuss potential employment opportunities in the various fields.

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Refreshments will be served.




FREDERICK, Md. - Frederick County Public Schools will hold parent-teacher conferences Wednesday, Oct. 9, at elementary and middle schools and at all schools Thursday and Friday, Oct. 10-11.

Parents are encouraged to contact the individual schools for conference schedule information. Students attend school according to the following schedule:

-- Wednesday, Oct. 9 - Elementary and middle school students attend school in the afternoon only, and conferences begin after students are dismissed. School starts four hours later than usual, dismissal is at the regular time and lunch will not be served. Pre-K, special education pre-K and kindergarten students will not attend.

-- Thursday, Oct. 10 - All students attend school in the afternoon only and conferences begin after students are dismissed. School starts four hours later than usual, dismissal is at the regular time and lunch will not be served. Pre-K, special education pre-K and kindergarten students will not attend. High school students attend blocks 3 and 4. The Career and Technology Center will be open for afternoon classes.

-- Friday, Oct. 11 - All students attend school in the morning only and conferences begin after students are dismissed. Students are dismissed 3 1/2 hours earlier than usual and lunch will be served. Pre-K, special education pre-K and kindergarten students will not attend. High school students attend blocks 1 and 2.

The Career and Technology center will be open for morning classes.

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