Career and Technical Education/Carl Perkins
Calipatria Unified School District provides Career and Technical Education Programs at Calipatria High School. The Calipatria Unified School District works in collaboration with Imperial Valley Regional Occupational Program (IVROP) to provide a consortium with other local districts to receive funding under the Carl D. Perkins Act.
Current programs offered at Calipatria High School, under the direction of the school principal include:
Agriculture and Natural Resources
Arts, Media, and Entertainment
Information and Communication Technology
Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation
Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006
Application for Funding
The Calipatria Unified School District annually submits a district application for board approval each Spring. The application is submitted to the IVROP Perkins Coordinator to include as part of the annual consortium's application. The annual application provides the Calipatria Unified School District with the opportunity to receive district specific annual information and progress on the Assessment of Career Technical Education Programs Secondary Core Indicators, the activities planned for Program Improvement, a report of progress toward implementation of the local CTE/consortium plan, and the planned budget and expenditures.
CTE Program Reporting
As required annually, the Calipatria Unified School District prepares and submits student data to the California Department of Education. Annually reporting includes the CDE 101 E-1 Report of CTE Enrollment, CDE 101 E-2 Report of CTE Placement, and the CALPADS course and end of year program information. In addition, the annual Carl D. Perkins applications provides the results of the Secondary Core Indicators.