Career and Technical Education

Career and Technical Education
Last Updated: 1/19/2022 9:16 PM

The goal of Lowndes County's Career Technical Education Program is to provide students access to a flexible system of rigorous academic and work-based learning through a sequence of courses designed to prepare them for life after high school. Upon completion, students are equipped to transition into the world of work, four-year baccalaureate, or two - year technical programs. This system will result in graduates having industry recognized credentials to meet today's skilled and technological workforce needs. The courses are designed to provide content that is student-centered, following career pathways that include academic and Career Technical Education courses specifically directed to students' key interests and skill level. The Lowndes County Career Technical Education Program (LCCTEP) is committed to ensuring that each of its graduates are prepared to meet that challenges of our ever changing global workforce.



Mrs. Shameka Baker - Career Tech Principal

Mr. Nicholas Townsend - The Calhoun Principal

Mr. Archie Curtis - Central High Principal

Mrs. Bridget Davis - Business/Marketing/Cooperative Education

Mr. Kelsey Thomas - Acriscience

Mrs. Stacey Woodley - Business/Accounting

Mr. Deshaun Gaines - Masonry

Mr. Jarrod Pope - Welding

Mrs. Asia Davis Jones - Career Preparedness

1Sgt. Eddie Howard - JROTC

SGM. Lenora White - JROTC

MAJ. Eric Brown - JROTC

MSgt. Bruce Reeves - JROTC

Mr. Deandre Crowell - CTE Counselor

Ms. Debra Johnson- Central High School Counselor

Ms. Rosalyn Warren- Calhoun High School Counselor

Mrs. Phyllis Palmer - District Career Coach



The Lowndes County Public School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person(s) has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Darryl Washington, Title IX Coordinator 80 Commerce Street South Hayneville, Alabama 36040, 334-548-2131,