The P.A.C.E. Program is a comprehensive exploration of the construction industry. The Program operates once a semester and is available to juniors and seniors. Participating students attend one class each week at the classroom facility at Perrin Central on Wednesday evenings 6:00 to 8:00p.m.for 15 weeks. During the course of the program, students receive hands on training from business professionals in everything from bidding projects to installing sheetrock and re-keying locks. All participating students also take part in the "Fill My Toolbox Program" where they receive a tool each week they attend class. These tools fill they toolbox they receive at the first class.
MacArthur High School graduated 10 students from the program this semester. A graduation ceremony was held at the UTSA Downtown Campus on May 16th. Students who participated in the program were:
Hunter Bakel ,Cole Boudreaux ,Tyler Davis ,Kathryn Dubbels
Juan Flores, Jorge Garcia, Michael Hernandez, Faiz Kerai
Alexander Saul, Garrett Seal, Tyler Templer, Daniel Portillo,
Cole Boudreaux, Ruben Delgado, Jorge Garcia, Uvaldo Plata, Daniel Portillo and Garrett Seal also took advantage of the free O.S.H.A. ten hour safety class. Upon completion of the O.S.H.A. course these students received their O.S.H.A. card.
Congratulations to all who participated!