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Columbia County School District showcases hundreds of students’ CTAE skills



Over 230 Columbia County high school students enrolled in different Career, Technical and Agricultural Education classes put their skills to the test in a district-wide competition on Saturday, Dec. 10.

Hosted at the Columbia County’s Sheriff Complex, culinary students rushed to bake and decorat...

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  1. This CTAE competition is a great program. I think I would make a very good “cupcake” judge. And the law enforcement students, hope to see you on the road, from a distance of course. Dawson Reed, you did great. As an owner of a couple of green machines myself, I can testify to this. At my old age I’m sure I would have flattened a few of those cones. You students follow your dreams. You are our future.

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