Category: Campus Life

March Gold Star Assembly – Student Achievements

March’s Gold Star Assembly at CKTC recognized several student achievements. Many students placed at contest and also received WorkKeys certifications and program-specific certifications.   The Gold Star Assembly is a time to announce student achievements. Accomplishments recognized may include, but are not limited to perfect attendance, contest placements, students of the month, program-specific certifications and Read More …

February Gold Star Assembly – Student Achievements

This month’s assembly began with announcing perfect attendance. Each month CKTC holds a Gold Star Assembly to announce student achievements. Accomplishments recognized may include, but are not limited to perfect attendance, contest placements, students of the month, program-specific certifications and WorkKeys.     What is WorkKeys? WorkKeys recipients have completed their ACT WorkKeys assessments that Read More …

December Gold Star Assembly – Student Achievement

CK Energy opened this month’s Gold Star Assembly by donating $3000. The donation will help CKTC’s Superintendent’s Leadership Academy provide Christmas Gifts to foster teens.  Each month CKTC holds a Gold Star Assembly to announce student achievements. Accomplishments recognized may include, but are not limited to perfect attendance, contest placements, students of the month, program-specific Read More …

November Gold Star Assembly – Student Achievement

What Is Gold Star Each month CKTC holds a Gold Star Assembly to announce student achievements. Accomplishments recognized may include, but are not limited to perfect attendance, contest placements, students of the month, program-specific certifications and WorkKeys.   What is WorkKeys? WorkKeys recipients have completed their ACT WorkKeys assessments that compare their skills to the Read More …

Veterans Day at CKTC

Campus Veterans This week CKTC celebrated Veterans Day by hosting a luncheon for staff and students who are Veterans.   About the Day Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. It is a day to pay tribute to all American veterans (living Read More …