Guerra starts new role as Los Fresnos CISD Director of CTE

Rolando Guerra has joined the Los Fresnos CISD Leadership Team as the new Director of Career and Technical Education (CTE).
 
"I’m excited to provide the leadership to expand our CTE programs," Guerra said. "Working with the community, performing surveys, and creating partnerships alongside local businesses are all aspects that will contribute to our CTE program."
 
Guerra holds a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree in Applied Business from The University of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College ad a Master of Education degree in Educational Administration from Lamar University. He also holds numerous certificates.
 
"Los Fresnos CISD is known as one of the top academic school districts in the Rio Grande Valley," Guerra said. "I will continue to meet those academic standards and strive for excellence. My goal for our CTE program is to be a model for other districts to follow."
 
Guerra will have the opportunity to expand the district's CTE offerings. The bond package approved by voters May 1 includes a new Career and Technical Education Center that will repurpose Los Cuates Middle School. The CTE Center will serve LFHS and LFU students to provide industry certifications.
 
"I want to make sure that the community is aware of how Los Fresnos CISD is invested in its students by offering great programs of study through highly qualified teachers," Guerra said. "Communicating with parents on how they can take advantage of all the certifications offered through the CTE will be very important."
 
Guerra has been in education for 15 years, including three as a middle school CTE teacher, eight as a principal and two years as Director of CTE.
 
"CTE programs provide students the opportunities to excel in other areas that will spark an interest in their future endeavors," Guerra said. "Students will gain knowledge in various areas such as Audio Video Production, Welding, and Health Science programs of study, and more. These areas of studies will catapult students into the next level to pursue a postsecondary education."
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