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SATELLITE PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

The Butler County Joint Vocational School District serves students via satellite units operated in our 9 associate school districts.

These address both occupationally specific curricula and life-skill training. Satellite programs are operated by Butler County Joint Vocational School District in Edgewood, Fairfield, Lakota, Madison, Middletown, Monroe, New Miami, Ross and Talawanda School Districts.


WORK AND FAMILY LIFE

Work and Family Life is composed of courses designed to empower students for competence in the work of the family, in the successful interaction of work and family life, and in family and consumer sciences related occupations.


MARKETING EDUCATION

Marketing Education (Distribution and Marketing) includes various combinations of subject matter and learning experiences related to performing activities that direct the flow of goods and services, including their appropriate utilization, from the producer to the consumer. These activities include selling, and such sales-supporting functions as buying, transporting, storing, promoting, financing, marketing research and communications, and risk management.

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CAREER BASED INTERVENTION PROGRAMS

Career Based Intervention Programs are a cooperative vocational education program with organized subject matter and learning experiences related to work adjustment in private and public paid employment. The program is designed for the potential dropout-prone youth ages 14 and 15. Students must be identified as disadvantaged (economic and/or academic) prior to entry into this program.

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VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE

Agricultural education's mission is to prepare youths and adults to make informed career choices and to successfully enter, compete, and advance in a changing agricultural industry. Agricultural occupations are those occupations related to research for, production of primary marketing, processing and sales of animals, plants, water, soil, and air.