The 30th annual Rotary CTE Banquet
Posted By Josh Nelson
The Gallatin Noon Rotary Club will hold it’s 30’th annual Career Technical Education Awards banquet at City Hall to honor CTE students from Gallatin High School.
Several factors go into students making the Rotary Honor Roll for the CTE program, which encompasses 14 fields.
Students must take three CTE courses and get a 3.5 GPA in them and have an overall GPA of 3.0, show an outstanding record of leadership, scholarship, skills competency, and be recommended by a program instructor in order to be rewarded.
Four of the students will receive a $1,000 Rotary scholarship which can be used at the school or technical program of their choice
The speaker this year will be Kevin Harrison, the Academic Affairs and Community Relations Coordinator for Tennessee College of Applied Technology at Hartsville.