ACDC/ACE Mentorship Inductees
Tuesday night January 30th, the Architecture, Construciton and Design Club held it's 4th ACE mentorship hard hat induction ceremony. Congrats to graduating "Superintendents" Nivi Bash, Vanessa Lovinsky and Nomoggna Chilormo
ACDC sponsors Scott Greb and John Gresens with ACE Mentor Ross Durham and the 3rd year Journeyman!
End the Silence!
Tell someone and safe a life- an important message shared by NAMI guest speakers in Health Science Classes. See suicide prevention resources on couseling pages
One of Sandy Springs Most Beautiful!
Our own Brian Patterson, work-based learning teacher extraordinaire will be honored by UMedia magazine (which several Spartans are helping with) at their UMedia Gala on November 4th. Tickets and more info
A portion of proceeds will help fund a scholarship for NS Umedia interns!
FBLA raises $1,700
FBLA's Battle of the Babies March for Change raised $1,700 for the March of Dimes. Read more
Spartanhacks was a success!
Thanks to organizers Ayo Bolai, Ohad Rau, Akasha Hayden and Elaine Wen and their sponsors Ms. Tunson and Mrs. Ciepluch!
Students teamed up to develop games and projects around the theme Lost over 22 hours at ROAM Perimeter! !
to learn more about the great Career Tech Classes at North Springs. Photos and story in this week's Patch.
FBLA wins Gold!
Read all about it in the Sandy Springs Patch
2018 FBLA Brings Home the Gold!!
FBLA has a record breaking year- 16 students qualify for Nationals
North Springs FBLA Chapter had a great weekend at the FBLA State Conference and brought home more chapter awards than ever!
- Georgia's 3rd Largest Chapter (300+ members)
- Gold Superior Chapter of the Year
- 7th place in Chapter of the Year recognition (for service, competitions, education)
- 2nd in Georgia for March of Dimes Fundraising ($1750 raised)
- 100% Membership Award for Work-Based Learning
Our students also brought home more competitive event awards than ever. Nearly all of our entries were top ten in Georgia and 16 students will be moving on to nationals this summer in Baltimore:
|1st||Business Plan||Robyn Salzberg, Josh Izenson, Sofi Taher||Yes|
|2nd||Publication Design||Claudia Chu, Jessica Deyo, Kennedy Jackson||Yes|
|2nd||Network Design||Ohad Rau||Yes|
|2nd ||Job Interview||Jaylin Grier||Yes|
|3rd||Graphic Design||Madeline Berns||Yes|
|3rd||Intro to Financial Math||Marin Londe||Yes|
|3rd||Public Service Announcement||Kira Humphrey, Logan Thompson, Genevieve Cortez||Yes|
|4th||Business Plan||Manshi Baskaran, Lindsay Nicholas, Daniel Lopez||Yes|
|6th||Digital Video Production||Derek Coffsky, Tyler McMahon, Fabian Hackshaw|| |
|7th||Social Media||DeSiah Felix, Diaga Athj|| |
|7th ||Mobile App Development||Ohad Rau, Zach Baylin, Eric Miller|| |
Hats off to the hard work of co-advisors Sallie Holloway and Brian Patterson and our students. When Brian and Sallie took on FBLA, the chapter was just a few members with no awards to speak of – they've come a long way! They've had an excellent run as advisers and this summer in Baltimore will be an exciting finale. Good luck and congrats to all!
Find Yourself Here
For students interested in business, web design and media communications, graphic design, food science, health care and leadership through JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps) the CTL Academy may be a perfect choice. The Academy offers valuable hands-on learning opportunities and career pathways ending with a professional certification, internship or work-based learning experience and membership in several national student organizations in business (FBLA), health care (HOSA), and graphic design (Skills USA).
Business, technology, leadership- these are the heart of every Career, Technology and Leadership Academy (CTLA) program. And it is our mission in CTLA and responsibility to create leaders with an accomplished understanding of current business, industry, technology, and service career paths and equip them with the knowledge and skills for success in post-secondary academia, community and the global workforce.
Career Clusters and Pathways
CTLA offers 7 career clusters – each with a pathway or a sequence of required courses necessary to earn
certification at the completion of the pathway. The career clusters and corresponding pathways are:
- Arts, Audio-Video Technology & Communications - Audio-Video Technology & Film Pathway
- Arts, Audio-Video Technology & Communications – Graphic Design Pathway
- Business Management & Administration - Entrepreneurship Pathway
- Government & Public Administration - Leadership JROTC (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps) Pathway
- Healthcare Science - Allied Health Pathway
- Human Services - Food Science Pathway
- Information Technology - Web and Digital Design Pathway
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