Building a Brighter Future for us ALL!

On Tuesday, Sept. 12, voters within the Canadian Valley Technology Center district will consider a $75 million bond issue to pay for improvements district-wide. Among the needs is a proposed stand-alone, public safety training facility that would be built at the El Reno Campus. Additionally, a successful referendum would allow for extensive improvements at the Chickasha Campus which was built in the late 1960s.

FAQ - CV TECH Bond 2023

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About Canadian Valley Technology Center

Canadian Valley Technology Center provides hands-on skills training for in-demand careers to high school students and adults. With campus sites in Chickasha, El Reno and Yukon, CV Tech offers 31 full-time programs, ranging from Auto Collision to Welding – in career fields including: Arts and Communications; Business Management; Health Sciences; Human Services; and Industrial, Manufacturing and Engineering.

CV Tech also offers short-term evening courses, such as code updates, digital photography, electrical DIY, security guard, web design, yoga and much more.

The school’s Business & Industry Services (BIS) division also provides customized Workforce and Economic Development training and coaching for local and state-wide companies.

CV Tech opened in 1970 and is a part of the nationally acclaimed Oklahoma Career Tech system dedicated to training and empowering Oklahoma’s Workforce.

CV Tech Mission: We prepare people to succeed through quality career and technical education and services.

CV Tech Vision: To provide the most innovative education and customized training for student and workforce success and community development by adapting to the ever-changing world.

A message from CV Tech Superintendent Dr. Gayla Lutts, Ed.D.


At the CV Tech April board meeting the board of directors voted unanimously to support a bond election for some much needed improvements and additions across the district. Robust district growth has necessitated construction of more classroom space for additional programs. This year, more than 600 potential students were turned away, primarily due to lack of space and programs.

This bond will help CV Tech keep moving forward in our mission to help Oklahomans succeed as we build a brighter future for our STUDENTS, our COMMUNITY, and the OKLAHOMA WORKFORCE. When we do this, the benefit is shared – We’re building a brighter future for US ALL!

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