CAST Tech students take all core classes and electives from a CAST Tech faculty member. The Fox Tech Fine Arts and Athletic program is comprised of students from all three schools. Students may participate in the following Fox Tech programs before/after school: athletics, band, theatre, dance and mariachi.
What is a CAST Tech?
A cast technician is a person who actually immobilizes a broken bone by straightening the limb and setting it in a cast under the direction of an orthopedic surgeon.
When did CAST Tech open?
2017 CAST TECH is technically a charter school; however, it is unique to most charter schools with 50% of the funding coming from the state through SAISD and 50% coming from outside the district. The school opened in the Fall of 2017 enrolling 150 students with only a freshman class.
What job puts casts on broken bones?
It is also known as orthopedic surgery. The orthopedic doctor may have put the cast on your broken bone, or had an orthopedic technologist apply the cast.
What does cast stand for in school?
The acronym CAST derives from the original name of our organization, Center for Applied Special Technology. Now were simply CAST.
How much does a cast TECH make?
Orthopedic Cast Technician SalaryAnnual SalaryHourly WageTop Earners$55,500$2775th Percentile$41,500$20Average$42,892$2125th Percentile$34,500$17
Who puts on casts in hospitals?
A health care provider such as an orthopedic surgeon , emergency room doctor, physician assistant , orthopedic technician, or nurse practitioner puts on the cast. To put on the cast, the health care provider: wraps a liner of soft material around the injured area (for a waterproof cast, a different liner is used)
How do doctors make casts?
To put on the cast, the health care provider: wraps a liner of soft material around the injured area (for a waterproof cast, a different liner is used) wets the cast material with water. wraps the cast material around the first layer.