Tech Students Create School Emergency Video
Students in the TV & Video Production program recently collaborated with county officials to create a public service announcement video instructing parents on what to do during an emergency event. In collaboration with the Warren County Prosecutor's Office, the students produced the video which can be found on the Warren County Prosecutor's Office website.
Keating Elected Regional Officer for SkillsUSA
Recently, a delegation of Warren Tech students traveled to Monroe , NJ, to attend the statewide SkillsUSA Fall Leadership conference. There, the students participated in the opening ceremony, heard a motivational speech, interacted with students from throughout the state, and elected regional officers. Nicholas Hufford, Celeste Keating, Justin Mayberry, Kathleen LaParch, and Isabella Daniello represented Warren Tech at the conference.
October Athlete of the Month Awards Announced
Senior volleyball player Naomi Gomez and Junior boys soccer player Robby Lobardi earned Athlete of the Month Honors for October. Gomez was recognized as a positive leader for the Volleyball Team while Lombardi, a captain of the soccer team, was recognized as a positive role model.
Key Club Canned Food Drive Underway
The Key Club is collecting donations for the Annual Warren Tech Key Club Canned Food Drive. The drive will run through November 20th and all donations can be dropped off by students in the bins outside the main office. Students will compete by grade level, and the grade which collects the most items will win an ice cream social, sponsored by the Key Club. Items must be new, unused and unbreakable. All food will be donated to the Food Pantry in Washington.
Cosmo Students Participate in Unique Demonstration
Recently Warren Tech Cosmetology students participated in a unique demonstration by professionals from Bloom Salon in Morristown, NJ. The salon sent two of their top stylist to demonstrate a trendy styling technique to Junior and seniors in the program. Each stylist is unique and demonstrated techniques in line with their own unique talents. The stylists included Katie, a L’Oreal educator and platform artist who is accomplished in coloring techniques and Francis who is a platform artist for Rouge and Company. Both stylist talked about the benefits of working in the industry and spoke with students about opportunities to get recruited to work for the salon.
Skills USA Reps Visit Capitol Hill
A delegation of Warren Tech students recently traveled to Washington, DC as part of SKILLS USA's Washington Leadership Training Institute (WLTI) and met with Representative Leonard Lance. As part of the experience students learned how to effectively communicate with their legislative representatives. Congressional visits are an important part of Skills USA’s Washington Leadership Training Institute. The delegation also paid respects at the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Pentagon 9-11 Memorial.