Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Yuma School District 1 to Host In Service for
Middle School Math Teachers

All middle school math teachers will attend the Middle School Applied Math Workshop.

To become successful in any of the careers in the sciences, engineering, or construction requires the ability to apply the concepts of mathematics. It is the hope of this work shop to accomplish three goals;

• Demonstrate the importance of the role you as a teacher of mathematics play in the success of your students as they consider careers which are deeply based on mathematics concepts.

• Provide the middle school math teacher with the tools to demonstrate to their students the practicality of math and its many everyday applications.

• Not add more to the already packed Math Curriculum, rather help the math teacher present the competencies to bring relevancy for their students.

Middle School Applied Math Workshop

Date: May 12, 2010


Place: District Office Boardroom

Please contact Alice in Mr. Sheppard's office if you have any questions.


Office Staff

Larry Lebsock
Director & Vocational Projects
(928) 344-7742

Noemi MagaƱa
Articulation Assistant
(928) 344-7754


Office Location
CTE Building
2020 S. Ave 8E
Yuma, AZ 85365

Site Coordinators

Cibola High School
Matt Diamond

Gila Ridge High School
Greg Osowski

Kofa High School
Norm Champagne

San Luis High School
Neredia Lansman

Vista High School
David Crumby

Yuma High School
Lorie Honeycutt

Antelope Union High School
Janet Hill

Parker High School
Richard Lamb

Salome High School
Beverly Cochrain

Career Pathways

Career Pathways or "Progams of Studies" as some people refer to them are documents that map out a students educational career from the time they are a Freshman in high school throught thier Sophomore year at Arizona Western College.

Career Pathways were designed with the students in mind. They take into consideration thier educational and career goals, as well as thier extracurricular activities all while keeping a balanced workload. Below are a complete listing of Career Pathways. Click on the link to access the pathway.

Special Note: (T) next to a pathway indicates this is a Transferable Degree. All other degrees are terminal *

Accounting *

Agriculture (T) *

Agriculture *

Administration of Justice (T) *

Administration of Justice *

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration *

Architectural Technology *

Automotive *

Business (T) *

Business *

Carpentry *

Child Development *

Computer Information Systems *

Computer Graphics *

Electrical Technology *

Elementary Education *

Family and Consumer Sciences *

Hotel/Restaurant Management *

Marketing & Management *

Media Arts (T) *

Media Arts *

Plumbing Technology *

Secondary Education *

Television Production *

Welding Technology