Absence Due to Sickness
- Contact Home High School.
- Contact the Carroll County Career and Tech Center as well.
Absences may be verified by a parent or guardian using the following options
- Written note
- E-mail sent to CTCAttendance@carrollk12.org
- Call to 410-751-3669
- Fax to 410-751-3677
Communication with Parents to Verify Absences
- Please note that the parent or guardian may be called to verify the authenticity of the e-mail, note, or fax.
- We will attempt to contact parents via School Messenger if we have not received communication by the specified time.
All students arriving at CCCTC after the designated time need to report to the CCCTC office to sign in and receive a pass.
- Students requesting an early dismissal during CCCTC class time must obtain an early dismissal pass from the CCCTC office.
- Students must sign out at the front office when they leave.
- Students returning during the same session, need to report directly to the office to sign back in and receive a pass.
Juniors and Seniors will be allowed three days for college visits with no absence charged, provided that written notification from a parent has been submitted prior to the visit.
The Maryland State Board of Education has established attendance standards for schools and expects a MINIMUM satisfactory standard of 94% daily average attendance. The excellent standard is 96%.
CCCTC follows the Carroll County Student/Parent Handbook's high school regulations regarding attendance. A pattern of unexcused lateness may result in disciplinary action by the school administrator. Thank you for your cooperation with this policy. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 410-751-3669.
*Please see home high school's website for further information regarding attendance.
- Since students attend the CCCTC programs, usually for 2 to 4 mods each day, the total time missed from a program is considerably more than the time missed in a regular, one mod class at the home high schools. PLEASE NOTE: Students who regularly miss more than 5 days per semester (or 6%) at their home high school may find it much harder to stay up with the work at the CCCTC because of this considerable difference.
- Students, who do not pass a class in their program, cannot return for future parts of the program.
- Part of a student's grade is based on work in the shops, real-life experience, and use of industrial equipment that CANNOT be duplicated at home.
- Professional standards and competencies are emphasized to prepare students for the world of work. Attendance is included in those standards.
- Many programs such as Cosmetology and Nursing require a certain amount of documented hours of experience to achieve industry certification through the Maryland State Board. These are Maryland State Standards that CCPS and CCCTC cannot alter.
- The "Award of Excellence" and "Certificate of Achievement" awarded at the end of each program are based on grades and attendance. Students are recognized for these accomplishments at the CCCTC certificate ceremonies at the end of each class.
Parents and students are encouraged to stay informed about the student's current grades in a class. Instructors post grades regularly, so problems can be seen early on and resolved.
CCPS Home Access Center
Please see Home Access Center FAQ for a user guide and common HAC issues.
Please complete the Family Support Form for account reset or login issues.
Some ways the community benefits the Tech Center
- Each program depends on community businesses to attend their mandatory advisory committee meetings. Many of the improvements over the years have come from recommendations from our local business partners.
- Internships would not be possible without businesses recognizing the quality of our students.
- Local businesses volunteer to help at our trade show in engineering, the CCCTC open house every fall, and our mock job interviews
- Local business often hire students from our programs and offer resources and time to assist our instructors.
Some ways the Tech Center benefits the County
- The CCCTC provides one of the largest career preparation facilities in Carroll County with close to 1000 students receiving career training each year.
- Graduates who attended the CCCTC are an important source for the Carroll County labor force, management team, and small business owners.
- The Tech Center routinely provides community service projects for the county, such as, repairing county vehicles, creation of the 911 memorial, building the construction shed, renovating a pole barn into a classroom, producing oyster reef balls, providing a quality low-cost, cosmetology salon and catering facility, and so much more!
- Over 10 of the current teachers at the Career and Tech Center were previous students.
Benefits TO and FROM The Community
- Local businesses benefit from the Carroll County Career and Technology Center by having a trained workforce. Many of the students who graduate from the CCCTC go on to work at local businesses, including the12 CCCTC instructors who came back to CCCTC to teach.
- Programs at CCCTC are required to meet with local businesses that form our Program Advisory Committees (PAC's). PAC's meet twice a year to discuss current trends and new technology. Many of the improvements seen in our programs can be traced back to the PAC's suggestions. PAC's are part of the requirements for State and Federal Funding.
- Local businesses allow students with skills and experience to intern. This is a valuable resource that is celebrated every year at the CCCTC partnership dinner.
Here is an example of some of the businesses that partner with CCCTC
Capriolo & Unglesbee P.A.
Carroll County Board of Elections
Carroll County Dept. of Public Safety
Carroll County Public Schools – C.T.E.
Carroll County Public Schools – I.T.
Carroll Lutheran village Wellness Center
Carroll Hospital Center
Carroll Springs School
Carroll Sports Rehab
Central Maryland Rehab. Services
Chenoweth Service Center
Community Media Center
Constant Care Assisted Living
Country Acres Assisted Living
Dunkin' Donuts – Taneytown
Eastern Sales and Engineering
Hashawa Environmental Center
Knott Mechanical Inc.
Human Services Programs
Longview Healthcare Center
L.T. Engineering Inc.
Maryland State Police
Mid Atlantic Contracting
Mid Atlantic Sports Therapy and Rehab
Mile One Auto
Carroll Hospital Center – Dove House
North Carroll Physical Therapy
North Pines Assisted Living
Oscar’s Ale House
Owens 30 North Auto LLC
Owings Mills Collision Center
Peter’s Body Shop
Pivot Aquatic Physical Therapy
Pivot Physical Therapy – Hampstead
Pivot Physical Therapy – Taneytown
Pivot Physical Therapy – Westminster
Shannon – Baum Signs
Stone House Bakery
Summit Electric Company
Sun Valley Communities – Morning Breeze
Sykesville Police Department
University of MD – School of Dentistry
Westminster Police Department