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Summer Camp Is In Full Swing-Take a look!

 

 Summer Camp is in full swing this week here at SUN-Tech.  We thought we would give you a sneak peek at Day 2 at what the campers are up to.  Stay tuned for more fun and excitement to come later this week.  #sunareatech

Welding

Welding Welding

They give summer camp "Two Thumbs Up!"

They give summer camp “Two Thumbs Up!”

Robotics

Robotics

“I think I have a winner here!”

Robotics

Testing out our designs before the BIG battle bot competition on Thursday!

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Health Science & Safety

Health Science & Safety

“I can’t wait to wear this shirt on Thursday”

Health Science & Safety

Making impressions

Health Science & Safety

Having so much fun with friends and learning a lot!

Advertising Art & Design

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Auto/Collision Camp

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"This go-cart is going to be awesome!"

“This go-cart is going to be awesome!”

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Advertising Art & Design Students Support Art Education at YMCA Arts Center

Ad Art Class of 2014 Presents Check to the YMCA Arts Center

Ad Art Class of 2014 Presents Check to the YMCA Arts Center

Students in the Advertising Art & Design program at SUN Area Technical Institute donated $152.25 to the Sunbury YMCA Arts Center as a result of money collected through Dress Down Days. Every first and third Friday, students paid $2 and were permitted to wear the dress down day t-shirt with jeans instead of their typical uniform. The dress down day t-shirt design was an in-class competition created in Adobe Illustrator and won by student Jacob Schell (Midd-West School District). Jacob screen printed the four color t-shirt design with the help of other art students. Torrey Smith (far left), 2008 graduate of the SUN Tech Art program, and Mary Jo Tavares, director of the Arts Center, visited the school to accept the donation.

Advertising Art Enters the Vans Custom Culture Contest

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Students in the Advertising Art & Design program entered the Vans Custom Culture contest which inspires high school students to embrace their creativity and draws attention to the importance of art as an integral part of our schools’ focus. Registered schools received four pairs of Vans shoes to customize. Each pair must represent one of four themes: Action Sports (Defined as boards and bikes, not stick and ball!), Music, Art and Local Flavor (Inspired by your surrounding community, city or state). Students created sketches of their ideas for their chosen theme which were then voted on in class. Kelsey Bachman designed “Local Flavor,” Zach Bronish completed “Board Sports,” Leann Yerger won “Art” and Julia Zerby was awarded the “Music” theme.