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Orientation Night for the following programs has been rescheduled for Monday, August 1, 2016 at 6:15 P.M.

*Advertising Art & Design
*Collision Repair
*Criminal Justice
*Electrical Systems Technology
*Masonry

**PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO ORIENTATION FOR HVAC or WELDING students.

Due to the storm and loss of power orientation nights scheduled for tonight are cancelled. Stay tuned for a rescheduled date.

The following programs will have an orientation night on Monday, July 25th at 6:15 P.M.

Advertising Art & Design- Mrs. McBride

Collision Repair – Mr. Gunther

Criminal Justice- Mrs. Lovejoy

Electrical Systems Technology- Mr. Reichelderfer

HVAC & Plumbing Technology- Mr. Snook

Masonry- Mr. Swinehart

Welding- Mr. Kotarski

 

*Parents please plan to attend as there will be a short introduction on our new grading system and how parents can access it to see your students grades, etc. 

If your program is not listed or if you have questions please contact Mrs. Struble at 570-966-1031 Extension 114 between the hours of 7:30 A.M. and 3:00 P.M.

First day of school for SUN Tech students is Wednesday, August 17, 2016!

Welcome letters have all been mailed out .  There are a couple programs that will be hosting an Orientation Night.  The programs hosting an orientation along with the dates and times are listed below.  Please mark your calendars! It is important for students and parents to attend these nights. 

 

June 27th at 6:00 P.M.-  Food Service,Dental Health & Health Professions 6:00 P.M. meet in the Large Group Room, then dismissed to programs)

 

July 25th at 6:15 P.M.- (Will meet in the Large Group Room and then will be dismissed to program classrooms) 

Advertising Art & Design

Collision Repair

Criminal Justice

Electrical Systems Technology

HVAC & Plumbing Technology

Masonry

Welding

 

If your program is not listed there is not an orientation night scheduled for it.  1st Day of School is August 17, 2016 for SUN Tech Students

If you have any questions please call 570-966-1031 Extension #114 and speak with Mrs. Struble

 

Nick Smith with his Scholastic Art 2nd place award winning computer design and graphics artwork at the Packwood House Museum.

Nick Smith with his Scholastic Art 2nd place award winning computer design and graphics artwork at the Packwood House Museum.

Lori Yoder with her Scholastic Art honorable mention award winning computer design and graphics artwork at the Packwood House Museum.

Lori Yoder with her Scholastic Art honorable mention award winning computer design and graphics artwork at the Packwood House Museum.

On Tuesday, May 10th SUN Tech students enjoyed meeting with potential employers from various fields and were able to fill out applications onsite for positions they hire for.

Dakota Reber(pictured below at Playworld Corporate Headquarters), a Lewisburg HS Senior and SUN Area Technical Institute participant has had a few busy weeks of winning The American Welding Society Championships to having a corporate induction at Playworld Systems. The new hire has transitioned real well into this International Company that produces playground equipment… One of the many success stories for Welding Instructor Mr. Jaime Kotarski!

Sweigart’s HVAC stated that they are very fortunate to have this young man from Lewisburg HS and SUN Tech come on board for them. James will continue working for Sweigart’s HVAC, while furthering his post secondary studies at Pennsylvania College of Technology in refrigeration studies.

 

Welding students made a custom firewood holder, with the help of a nice paint job from a Collision Repair student.

Pictured from L-R is: Cameron Wolfe-Collision Repair & Midd-West student, Malachi Zeiders-Welding & Selinsgrove student, Nathanial Oldt-Welding & Midd-West student, and Erin Beaver-Welding & Selinsgrove student. 

Criminal Justice class presents a check for $400.00 to Union County Sheriff’s Department K-9 Unit with “Charlie” the county’s newest addition to the unit.  Charlie showed the students a demonstration of just what he does when he goes to work, and the officers shared what the unity does and the extent of training they undergo to become a handler of a dog on the K-9 unit.   Special thanks to the Union County Officers and Charlie for coming out and for all you do each and everyday to protect and serve our community and surrounding areas!!