CAVIT vet program takes home award at annual ASBA/ASA conference

Christina Chatham, second from left, and Nadine Kerstetter, center, co-teachers of the CAVIT Veterinary Science program, pose with their Arizona School Boards Association Golden Bell Promise Program award Dec. 16 at the ASBA/ASA annual conference at JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort. They are joined by Coolidge representative on the CAVIT board Marty Baca, from left, Eloy representative Mary Duarte and CAVIT Superintendent Mike Glover.

COOLIDGE — Every year, the Arizona School Boards Association selects only one Career and Technical Education program in the state for the Golden Bell Promise Program Award. On Dec. 16, the ASBA presented Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology’s Veterinary Science program with the prestigious honor.


Taylor Griffith is a reporter for PinalCentral covering Coolidge news, education and more.

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