Technology Education

Mr. Guy Holling
Mr. Glen Perry, Department Chairperson
Mr. Kenneth Reed

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Technology Education is based on the study of industry - its makeup, processes, technology, occupations, problems, and function in our society. Students need an opportunity to explore as many of the fields of industry as possible to make a wise occupational choice.  As a student develops an interest in one of these exploratory fields, it is necessary to provide additional opportunity to develop certain skills which will be helpful should this area of study become a career goal.  Therefore, technology education is both exploratory and career directed, depending upon the student's interest and occupational goal.