Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Army Recruiter

Recruiters from the U.S. Army visited WLCTC today and talked with students about the opportunities in the military.



Thursday, November 17, 2016

MCEF October Student of the Month

Ashley Clark, a junior carpentry student, is MCEF’s student of the month from the North Central Region.
A member of the Beta Club at Noxapater High School, Clark serves as artist/designer for her center’s display team that is currently preparing for the district SkillsUSA competition. She is active in her high school and community, volunteering for numerous local and church projects while standing out in basketball and softball.




Video Contest Winners

Congratulations to the Welding Program! They won 2nd place in the MCEF Video Contest!!




View Welding Program Video

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

ECCC visits CTC classes!

ECCC recruiter along with members of EC faculty and EC students at WLCTC today!!





Wednesday, November 9, 2016

JMG presents Salad Table

One student at the WLCTC is putting her skills to good use in more than one class.  Elizabeth Stokes, is taking Carpentry & Jobs for MS Grads (JMG).  Mrs. Janice Hopkins, JMG instructor approached Mrs. Helen Black, the Culinary Arts teacher about working on a project together.  This sparked Elizabeth's interest and she research a project that she could build in her Carpentry class that could benefit culinary arts.  She came up with the salad table.  Since it is portable, lightweight, and has excellent drainage, this table can make growing shallow growth salad items and herbs much easier.  Mrs. Black was honored by this gift and said that this will definitely enjoy and use the plants she will grow in the salad table.

The students enjoyed a meal together and also were educated in the basics of proper etiquette by Mrs. Black.



Monday, November 7, 2016

S.L.I.C.E. Career Day

The Simulation and Animation Design (SAD) Class and the Career Pathway Experience (CPE) class participated in a Career Day event sponsored by S.L.I.C.E in the LHS Gym on Nov. 1st.  Members of the community were on hand to discuss different career choices and give information to the students.  The SAD class disussed appropriate business attire and demonstrated how to tie a tie.  The CPE students helped the students prepare for a job interview and practice interviewing skills.



Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center 1st 9 week Star Students

Outstanding students or “STAR” students were recently selected at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center for the 1st 9 week term.  Each teacher selects an outstanding first year student and an outstanding second-year student from their program for the nine-week term.  These students are selected on performance, attitude, and potential for success in their career field. 

1st Block Star Students at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center
Christopher Baker, Health Science 2; Clayton Rigdon, Welding 2; Malyka Nunn, Ag Power; Yolanda Cooper, Teacher Academy 2; Nyshaunna Hardin, Culinary Arts 2; Christian Jones, Carpentry; Seth Cumberland, Auto Tech 2; Jarrett Bane, Simulation & Animation Design 2; & Braden Estes Forestry 2

2nd Block Star Students at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center
Dylan Hunt, Auto Tech 1; Shakaria Smith, Career Pathway Experience; Brianna Roberson,Teacher Academy;  Nicholas Dempsey, Forestry 1;  Ashton Grice, Culinary Arts 1; Mariah Spiva, Simulation & Animation Design 1; Peyton McCool, Forestry 1; & Lexi Thomas, Health Science 1

 3rd Block Star Students at the Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center
Payson Roberts, Welding 1 & Jordan Harris, Ag. Tech 1
Not pictured:
Seth Cumberland –Automotive Tech 1, Jennifer Hays –Culinary Arts 1, Joshua Nolt –Forestry 1