Teacher Prep students are spending this chilly day on the UCO campus attending the Prospective Teachers Academy.
9 days ago, Carol Walker
Teacher Prep
Teacher Prep
Teacher Prep
Welcome Career Tech Superintendents to the Southwest Tech campus!
12 days ago, Southwest Tech
group of people
Happy Veteran’s Day from your Oklahoma HOSA Officer Team! https://youtu.be/Z59WN_U4j7E
16 days ago, Southwest Tech
November Employee of the Month Announced The Employee of the Month for November comes highly recommended and commended from our campus to the North. One of the recommendation letters describes this person beginning as "OH MY" when they begin to talk about the things that he has accomplished at Hanger 33, stating also that the individual is confident, puts lots of careful planning and thought into his work and represents SWTECH supremely. The other recommendation states that the individual has put an extraordinary amount of hours above and beyond into the program, getting all of the Aviation Department formed into a cohesive, well functioning unit, all while teaching his own portion of the curriculum. Noted that this individual has spent evenings and weekends making a vision for the department a reality, all while incorporating the new FAA requirements into the learning process. The new changes are not only evident to staff but also to the students that have noted the improved level of education at the hanger. When you see JOE Schmitt, please give him a BIG shout out for his accomplishments at Hanger 33 and give him a high five for all of the work that he has done for the program. Pictured with Joe Schmitt is SW Tech Superintendent, Dale Latham and Southwest Crop Insurance Owner, Emily Worrell an avid supporter of the employee of the month program.
20 days ago, Southwest Tech
Man with woman and man receiving an award
Miss Lazenby served as a class coach today in Entrepreneurship. She worked with the groups on identifying marketing strategies and how to market their businesses.
26 days ago, Teresa Tierney
lazenby
Health Science students have recently been studying the integumentary system and wound care in Anatomy & Physiology. Today they spent their lab time making Halloween worthy wounds. Here are some of the top wounds judged by our LPN students!
27 days ago, Southwest Tech
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Graphic Design students put their Spooktacular X-Acto knife skills to the test this Halloween by creating BOOtiful Papercut Art.
27 days ago, Sierra Jade
Graphic Design students put their SPOOKtacular X-Acto knife skills to the test this Halloween by creating BOOtiful Papercut Art.
Graphic Design students put their SPOOKtacular X-Acto knife skills to the test this Halloween by creating BOOtiful Papercut Art.
Graphic Design students put their SPOOKtacular X-Acto knife skills to the test this Halloween by creating BOOtiful Papercut Art.
Graphic Design students put their SPOOKtacular X-Acto knife skills to the test this Halloween by creating BOOtiful Papercut Art.
Teacher Prep students voted to donate candy to Spooky Town for one of their Educators Rising community service projects.
30 days ago, Carol Walker
Educators Rising members donate can say for Spooky Town.
Cosmetology students did an activity to spark creativity, leadership, and teamwork by working together on creating updos with all items in the “surprise” bag.
about 1 month ago, Southwest Tech
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Entrepreneurship Afternoon BPA Officers Ashley Cain, Madison Poling, Blaise Sudderth, Elle Gay and Abby Munoz
about 1 month ago, Teresa Tierney
BPA officers
Zadie Curry, multiple business owner served as the Entrepreneurship class coach today. She worked with each business on creating a positioning statement and brand name for their business.
about 1 month ago, Teresa Tierney
Zadie curry
SWTC Teacher Prep students are getting the opportunity to do classroom observations in grades PreK-6th. This will help them decide what grade level they would like to teach for their spring internship. Maggie Thomas is pictured with some students in Mrs. Rabalais’ class at Altus Primary School.
about 1 month ago, Southwest Tech
Maggie Thomas observing in a classroom at Altus Primary School.
2nd year students get the sight prepped for new awning.
about 1 month ago, Monte Brown
2nd year students get sight prepped for new awning
2nd year students progressing on trailer built from scratch.
about 1 month ago, Monte Brown
2nd year students progressing on a trailer built from scratch
Come Join the Fun at Altus Quartz Mountain Regional Airports Hot Air Balloon Festival and enjoy a great breakfast at the Southwest Tech Aviation campus Hangar 33.
about 1 month ago, Joe Schmitt
Pancakes
Thank you Representative Kendrix and Senator Howard for speaking with our local school administrators yesterday at the Southwest Tech monthly Superintendent’s meeting!
about 1 month ago, Southwest Tech
group of administrators
It’s takes a community! A Special thanks goes out to the crew at Altus\Quartz Mt. Regional Airport (KAXS) for helping out and giving some valued refueling instruction to our General AMT students working towards their A&P certifications. The students received training in refueling Jet A fuel and 100 low lead avgas with actual fuel trucks and equipment from the airport and spent a good portion of the day outside working in great fall weather we’re experiencing. Thank You Daniel and Benny!
about 1 month ago, Southwest Tech
refueling procedures
BCT and Entrepreneur students had a great day at BPA Fall Leadership Conference! Key note speaker K.D. Wilson and his 7 Principles of Leadership speech was the highlight of their day.
about 1 month ago, Teresa Tierney
BPA conference
Metal Fab SkillsUSA students are selling meat sticks for their fundraiser. If you would like to purchase some they are 1.50 each. You can contact one of the students or Monte Brown at mbrown@swtech.edu.
about 2 months ago, Monte Brown
Meat Sticks
If you fit the description and would like to help out the Entrepreneurship students please scan the QR code to participate!
about 2 months ago, Teresa Tierney
interview