A Linked Learning Pathway
The CARE Pathway was designed for students who want to pursue careers in the health care field. This series of courses allow students to take courses that are medically focused and after completion, students will either become Clinical Medical Assistants or they will be on their way to becoming an Emergency Medical Responder. The ROP classes give students college credit and will provide them with internship opportunities.
Students in the capstone ROP Certified Medical Assistant class during their senior year learn skills like taking blood pressure, drawing blood, and giving shots. They graduate high school as CMAs.
Each CARE student is required to complete Community Service Hours by May 15th for the completion of the Pathway requirements:
9th Grade -- 10 hours
10th Grade -- 20 hours
11th Grade -- 20 hours
12th Grade -- 20 hours
Record your hours on the CJUSD Community Service form
Receive periodic TEXT MESSAGE alerts about what is happening in the pathway!
Text the following codes to 81010
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