Health Science lab with Simulation Patient
  • The Council Bluffs Community School District creates pathways for students starting in the middle school years.  Here, they incorporate International Baccalaureate (IB) designs in courses that develop skills in technology and communications, along with career exploration.

    At the high school level, programs in five of the six Career and Technical Education Service Areas are offered.  These areas include Arts, Communications, and Information Systems;  Applied Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing;  Health Sciences;  Human Services;  and Business, Finance, Marketing, and Management. These courses are offered through the home schools, Academy offerings, and at the Tucker Career & College Center. Students can obtain college credit through many of the courses. Career and Technical Education courses use real-world application to focus on academic, employability and technical skills. The goal of the district is to make students future ready at all levels.

    You are invited to view this video to learn more: Video

Please use the following information to access CTE's Curriculum and Instructional Content (iCurio).

  • In the Username space, type cbschools.   In the Password space, type guest. Then click the Login button.

    Curriculum Maps and Instructional Resources  are the folders that contain the information approved for use by our teachers for our courses. District Assessments and Teacher Resource Nominations folders are not accessible. 

    Click here to navigate to iCurio log in for Middle School course information.

    Click here to navigate to iCurio log in for High School course information.

    To receive assistance with navigating our iCurio site, please send an email message to or call 712-328-6446.

Phone: 712-256-7117


Degrees and Certifications:

Mr. Paul Hans, Coordinator of Career and Technical Education