February 2021
Chemistry Class Submarine Experiment
Vanessa Welker (Early Childhood Education II),
Tiffany Stright (Small Animal Care II), and
Salina Krupa (Health Care Academy II - Pharmacy) worked as a team on the Submarine Experiment.
Joseph Braun and Timothy VanDevander,
(Architecture & Engineering Design II)
worked together to design a submarine
for this experiment.
Properties of Matter, Archimedes Principle, density and buoyancy are just some of the things Ms. Sarah Davis' Chemistry students learned before they started their Submarine Experiment. The experiment is a collaborative project that allows students to apply what they have learned. They had to create a submarine that could float, sink and then resurface in a 10 gallon aquarium without pushing or pulling on the submarine.

"Our students are truly exceptional! I am absolutely amazed at their dedication to high academic standards. They recorded videos documenting their progress," said Davis.
Juniors Earn
OSHA Certification
The Construction Technology I students have already received their 10-Hour OSHA Certification.
Students in the Cosmetology I, Construction Technology I, Automotive Technology I, and Small Animal Care I programs are gaining a competitive advantage for their future careers! They are the first programs on campus this school year to earn the 10-Hour OSHA Certificate. This is just one of the many industry-recognized credentials that A-Tech students have the opportunity to earn.

For more information on any of the programs that can help you become college or career ready, check out our website www.atech.edu.
Are You Ready To
Achieve More?
Emma Roderick, Construction Technology I,
works on laying 12 inch block.
Cosmetology I student, Selena Garcia,
uses a curling iron to practice styling techniques.
Are you interested in learning how
you can ACHIEVE MORE in one of our
high school programs at A-Tech?

We are now scheduling personal tours
for students on Fridays!

Click HERE to schedule your tour!

Or contact Amanda Schumann at
440-576-6015, ext. 1115
or amanda.schumann@atech.edu.
Acceptance Letters
Are On The Way!
Have you applied yet?

Acceptance letters are already on their way to the students who applied before the
Priority Enrollment Date!

Be sure to get your
application in before the 2nd round of placement letters go out!
Ready To Apply?
Taylor Kirby, Culinary Arts I, shows off the dish he made for the Friday Challenge in the Culinary lab.
Carpentry II student,
Adriana Iser, uses a router.
Contact Ms. Amanda Schumann
at 440-576-6015, ext. 1115 or amanda.schumann@atech.edu.
A-Tech Students build new roof for Fire Entry Simulator
Public Safety Academy II students Jacob Coy and Demetreous Shaw.
A-Tech’s High school students re-built the roof for the school's Fire Entry Simulator. This update was needed as both the High School and Adult programs use this simulator for training. Our programs on campus collaborate to provide meaningful learning experiences.
CNC - Computerized Numerical Controls

Prepare for CNC programming, machine set-up and machine operations. Learn to write programs in G code for both milling machines and lathes using Centurion controls.
*Prerequisite: Work experience or introduction to Machine Trades

Class Runs: 2/18/2021 - 5/20/2021
Class Meets: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Class Times: 6:00 p.m. - 10:15 p.m.
Class Hours: 95 Class Costs: $995.00
(must see for anyone interested in engineering)

Course covers Inventor
Essentials, Drawing Creation and Advanced Part Modeling.
Develop production-level parametric models before focusing on the drafting techniques to
create and detail drawings.

Class Runs: 3/16/2021 - 6/1/2021
Class Meets: Tuesdays & Thursdays
Class Times: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Class Hours: 60 Class Costs: $700.00
For more information about
Adult Workforce Development programs, call 440-576-6015, ext. 1040!
You’re invited to
‘Focus on the Future’ of Ashtabula County!
Come share your ideas and help shape the future of the County!

The Ashtabula County Community Services & Planning Department is seeking your ideas for the future of the County. Ashtabula County community members will have the opportunity to provide their insight for All In! Ashtabula County, the County’s new comprehensive plan process. Whether you live or work in Ashtabula County, we need you as a partner in this process!
Visit AllinAshtabula.com for interactive engagement activities
focused on key ‘vision’ areas for the new plan.