K-12 Education

Cap & Diploma
Channy Quinn
Supervisor of 9-12 Education/CTE Director

 

Mrs. Quinn received her Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education from Austin Peay State University in 1994.  She earned a Master of Education degree in Educational Leadership from Trevecca Nazarene University in 2003 and a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Tennessee State University in 2008.  Mrs. Quinn has over 20 years experience in various areas of education.  Currently, Mrs. Quinn is the K-12 Director of Teaching & Learning and the Career & Technical Education (CTE) Director.  She also serves as the District Testing Coordinator for Houston County Schools.    

 

Mrs. Quinn can be reached via email at clarkc3@houstonk12tn.net or by phone at 931-289-4148.

 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Information

 

Houston County High School offers courses in the following CTE Programs of Study for students in grades 9-12:

 

Agricultural Engineering and Applied Technologies

Agriscience

Principals of Agriculture Mechanics

Agriculture Power & Equipment     SECTION B TEXTBOOK ADOPTION- AG 5945 Textbook Review

Agriculture & Biosystems Engineering

 

Biotechnology Research

Health Science Education

Diagnostic Medicine

Anatomy & Physiology

Diagnostic Services

 

Business Management

Introduction to Business Marketing

Accounting I

Business Management

 

Engineering by Design

Foundations of Technology

Technological Design     SECTION B TEXTBOOK ADOPTION- STEM 5885 Textbook Review

Advanced Design Applications     SECTION B TEXTBOOK ADOPTION- STEM 5920 Textbook Review

Engineering Design     SECTION B TEXTBOOK ADOPTION- STEM 5921 Textbook Review

 

Course descriptions and enrollment information can be found on the high school's webpage and in the high school counselor’s office.

 

 

 

 

Houston County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, or disability when planning a student’s educational program.  Complaints regarding Titles VI and IX of the Civil Rights Act may be directed to Robin Fairclough.  Complaints regarding Section 504 compliance may be directed to Mark Beal.  Both can be reached by mail at the Board of Education Office, PO Box 209, Erin, TN 37061 or by phone at (931)289-4148.