March 27, 2017

District Newsletter

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March 2017
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March 7 & 8

 

American Red Cross Blood Drive
March 13 – 17
OGT Week
March 16 – 17
BPA State Contest

March 17
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Times have changed, and
 A-Tech has changed with them. To succeed in today’s new economy, students must combine robust academic knowledge with powerful career and technical skills. That’s why we help our students aspire to their full potential, achieve a competitive advantage, and advance in the real world of college and career.

A-Tech Went Above and Beyond Their United Way Goal
A-Tech Treasurer Lindsey Elly was a big winner during the United Way chinese auction. Lindsey won the “Pampered Pooch” and “Exercise your Brain” Baskets.

The staff at Ashtabula County Technical & Career Campus (A-Tech) showed their support of the annual A-Tech United Way campaign in a big way. The “Give from the Heart” campaign exceeded the set $8,000 goal.

     Thank you to the   A-Tech United Way committee who worked so hard to make this event a super success! Thank you to the teams who donated and put together the 14 beautiful chinese auction baskets and the local businesses and companies who donated towards our daily prize drawings.

Automotive Technology SkillsUSA State Qualifier
Mike Markgraf qualified to represent A-Tech at state.
     On Saturday, February 18th, Ashtabula County Technical & Career Campus (A-Tech) senior Mike Markgraf represented A-Tech at Regional Automotive Skills contests. Mike qualified for state taking 3rd place at the Stark State/Canton regional contests.
     In addition, to qualifying for state, Mike received a $250 Stark State Scholarship. Mike said, “I felt confident going into the competition with the training I received from my Automotive Instructor Mr. Duris.”          

A-Tech SkillsUSA Regional Qualifiers Ready for State Contests
The Promotional Bulletin Board Team consisted of Visual Design & Imaging students; Owen Hoover, Abbie Shaffer and (kneeling) Bre Mallory, who brought home the gold.
     On Saturday, February 25th, fifty-two Ashtabula County Technical & Career Campus (A-Tech) students attended SkillsUSA regional competitions at Trumbull County Career Center. Congratulations to the following competitors, their placing and their respective contests qualifying them for state:

Carpentry – Robert Petersen, Bronze; Industrial Motor Control – Daniel Bohbot, Bronze; Nurse Assisting – Brittany Jordan, Gold; Prepared Speech – Angel Annick, Silver; Promotional Bulletin Board – Owen Hoover, Bre Mallory and Abbie Shaffer, Gold; Related Technical Math – Christian Jewell, Silver; Teamworks – Joe Reighard, Jacob Nipple, Austin Snyder and Nick Trkula, Bronze; Technical Drafting – Lily Wolf, Gold; Architectural Drafting – Kennedy Paulchel, Bronze; Criminal Justice – Eric Nagy, Gold.             
The Ashtabula County Technical & Career Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disabilities, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.
Ashtabula County Technical and Career Campus, 1565 State Route 167, Jefferson, OH 44047
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