August 2019
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Information Day
     On Sunday August 4th, incoming students, returning students, and their families were invited to A-Tech's Information Day. 
      Students picked up their information packets, had their photos taken for their student ID badges, and enjoyed complementary refreshments served by our staff members.
     If your student was unable to attend Information Day you can still stop in and pick up your student packet in the Principal's Office, Monday-Friday from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Architecture & Engineering Design Instructor Bryan Dobos takes a photo for the student ID badges during Information Day
The Knoedler School of Practical Nurse Education Graduation
From left to right: (front row) Stephanie Miller, Director of Nursing; Jaime Andes, Instructor; Crystal Lowers, Katie Forgus, Adrianna Brenizer, Annesha Willis, Mikayla Orlowski, Davie Garot, Yvette Santiago, Morgan Boggs, (second row) Tarra Burgess, Heidi Legg, Emily Lower, Jenna Maxwell, Brittany Boggs, Kourtney Shank, Morgan Cuccaro, Lauryn Campofredano, Natasha Bovee, Meggy Blakeslee, Lenia Chozinske, Monica Offensend, Instructor.  Not pictured: LeKira Lewis & Kim Nagy
    The graduation ceremony for the Knoedler School of Practical Nurse Education class of 2019 was held on August 6th at the Ashtabula County Technical & Career Campus (A-Tech). Speaking on behalf of the class were the Honor Graduates: Meggy Blakeslee and Annesha Willis. The honor graduates are the students who maintained the highest grades overall based on percentile. Heidi Legg was also recognized for perfect attendance.     
    Members of the A-Tech Board of Education presented diplomas to 21 students. Members of the nursing school faculty presented the nursing pins.  Graduates included: Meggy Blakeslee, Brittany Boggs, Morgan Boggs, Natasha Bovee, Adrianna Brenizer, Tarra Burgess, Lauryn Campofredano, Lenia Chozinske, Morgan Cuccaro, Katie Forgus, Davie Garot, Heidi Legg, LeKira Lewis, Crystal Lower, Emily Lower, Jenna Maxwell, Kimberly Nagy, Mikayla Orlowski, Yvette Santiago, Kourtney Shank, and Annesha Willis.
    Knoedler School of Practical Nurse Education is an 11-month program which prepares graduates for work in a variety of health care settings. Following successful completion of the State Board examination, the newly licensed practice nurses can seek employment in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, home health or private duty settings. Practical nurses continue to be in great demand.
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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.