Mrs. Kathy Wooton



I am originally from Kansas (Go Wildcats!) where I received my degree in Computer Science.  I lived in Oklahoma and worked in the oil industry as a computer programmer, until my husband's job brought my family and me to Arizona.  I earned my M.Ed. from NAU in 2004, and have been teaching at Skyline ever since.

Our sons are all graduates of Mesa Public Schools and Arizona Universities (Go Lumberjacks and Wildcats!)  I love teaching CTE because students are allowed to follow and develop their passion in the practical arts which then lead to jobs, post-secondary education, degrees and careers.

I teach summer programming camps at ASU, and I also enjoy reading, photography, baseball and all things music.  Go Diamondbacks, and welcome to Skyline CTE!

CTE News

Westwood FFA Egg, Flower and Vegetable Plant SALE!

Westwood FFA is overloaded with eggs, flowers and vegetable plants.  We will have an open greenhouse from 10 am to 4 pm on Thursday, March 2, Friday, March 3, Monday, March 6 and Wednesday, March 8.

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2nd Quarter Newsletter Turned into Video

The Video Production students at Mountain View High School took our 2nd quarter CTE Connections Newsletter and turned it into a video.  To see the video, go to the front page of the Career and Technical Education website or click HERE, then click on the big red button labelled CTE 2nd Quarter Newsletter Video.

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AP Computer Science Principles

2nd Hour

AP Computer Science A

(Java Programming)

CAD and Drafting

3rd Hour

Advanced CAD

4th Hour

Exploring Computer Coding and App Development

5th Hour

Coyote News!

Skyline's McKenna Bustamante Won First Place at the Congressional Art Competition .Each spring, the  Congressional Institute  sponsors a nationwide high school visual art competition to recognize and encourage artistic talent in the nation and in each congressional district. Since the Artistic Discovery competition began in 1982, more than 650,000 high school students have...
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Army JROTC's Change of Command Ceremony This past  Wednesday , the Skyline Army JROTC Coyote Battalion conducted their annual Change of Command ceremony to recognize the success of outgoing Cadet Battalion Commander, Maria Mora-Onofre, and install their new Commander, Henry Warwick.  Immediately following his assumption of command, the cadets also conducted the time-honored...
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