Roughrider Area Career
& Tech Center


Firefighting - First Dustin Gomez, Second Vy Bui, Third Rachel Thompson

Health knowledge bowl - First Dustie Dassinger, Brandon Tackett, McKenna Mettler

Pin design - First Dustie Dassinger, Second Grace Dvorak

CPR/ First Ad-First Charly Wyatt, Second Ethan Wilkie

Health Occupation Professional Portfolio-First Charly Wyatt

Job Interview-Second Jasmyn Galicia

Extemporaneous Speaking-Second Rachel Thompson

Medical Math-Third Brandon Tacket


The Mission of Career and Technical Education is to work with others to provide North Dakota citizens with the technical skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for successful performance in a globally competitive workplace.

What's Happening with RACTC

Job Shadow Opportunity

Four area students in Mrs. Schneider's classes had the opportunity to job shadow at the Dickinson hospital. the students were able to be in surgery, ER, ICU, OB, X-Ray, and lab. Students can learn first-hand what these professionals do. These opportunities give students a look at possible career paths. We are very grateful to these individuals who share their love for their profession and look to inspire the future generation of healthcare providers.  


Safety On Wheels Project: Health Science 2B & Intro to Sports Medicine Students

The project was presented to my (Cournty Sadowsky) students by Carly Endres the ND Brain Injury Network Coordinator from UND and was intended for my students to learn about and then to teach area 3rd and 4th graders about helmet safety. March is Brain Injury Awareness month so my students had to research brain anatomy and physiology and then long and short-term effects that happen to people with a traumatic brain injury and present it to the elementary students. We had a total of 167 students broke up into groups and paired with HS students to do some hands-on activities including Play-Doh, Brain Trivia, Jello Brains to mimic our real brains (weight/size), card games, and last but not least a coloring contest for all students to participate for a chance to win a free helmet that will be decided by the NDBIN Coordinator and her staff at UND. 

First Responder Visit

Stark County Sheriff's Department talks with Mrs. Rhode's EMR classes about being a first Responder.

Thank you, Deputy Wilkie, Sergeant Kensinger, Deputy Scheitlin, and of course Support Professional Myra (woof)!!

Class Offerings


GWN Calendar 2022-2023