June 2021
Youth Philanthropy Board Awards Grants
FRONT ROW: David Fuller (Cynthia Nye Marsh Foundation), Judy Christen (Mya Women’s Center),
Linda Brown (New Leaf Childcare), AJ Petro (Kingsville Public Library),
Mike Riffle (Jefferson Area Little League) and Roger Corlett (Ashtabula Foundation). 

2ND ROW: Gilda McQuoid (A-Tech YPB Advisor), Jade Brown, Alana Lenhart, Allison Reiter,
Torri Mayfield, Lydia Jerina, Padam Sidhu, Wilmarie Tellaria, DaiHai Skaruppa, Karena Byler.

3RD ROW: Paul Brockett (A-Tech Principal), Scott Wludyga (A-Tech Superintendent), Carolyn Kobus,
Carly Bogdan, Zach Eslinger, Abby Bartel, Blaze Blankenship, Alex Kennedy, Grace Gelofsack,
Tori Van Gieson, Brian Kimmel (A-Tech YPB Advisor), Vincent Schminenos.
A-Tech Youth Philanthropy Board has awarded its grants for the 2020-2021
school year. The Ashtabula Foundation provided $5,000 to the A-Tech Youth Philanthropy Board to dispense to worthy community groups and organizations,
who meet certain criteria on their applications as a 501 C3 non-profit.

The A-Tech Youth Philanthropy Board, which is composed of seven seniors
and ten juniors and four sophomores, selected six organizations as beneficiaries: Jefferson Area Little League, Kingsville Public Library, Mya Women's Center,
New Leaf Childcare, Homesafe Inc., and Cynthia Nye Marsh Hartsgrove Park.
Senior Awards Assembly
Brady Dale (right) received the Outstanding
Career Technical Student Award. He was
nominated by his Precision Machining
& Manufacturing instructor, Ron Maurer (left).
Austin Griffith received the Outstanding Academic Student Award in Environmental Science. He was nominated by his science teacher, Cheryl Bornino.
More than 150 academic and career-technical awards were given out at the Senior Awards Assembly held on Wednesday, May 26th at
A-Tech. More than $100,000 in scholarships and grants were also awarded. Congratulations to all the seniors who received awards and scholarships.
Padam Sidu (Health Care Academy), Austin Massena (Power Sports & Outdoor Equipment), and Candice Rader
(Visual Design & Imaging) are the recipients of the A-Tech Student Scholarship. Each received $1,000.
They are pictured with Guidance Counselor Cheryl Daubenspeck (second from left). 
SkillsUSA State Officer
to Alex Kennedy on
being elected as a SkillsUSA State Officer.

Alex is enrolled in
the Architecture & Engineering Design program, part of our Engineering Academy.
SkillsUSA Nationals
to Vincent Schismenos and Layrami Roman Alvarado, Software & Application Design II students, as they compete at the SkillsUSA National Competition in the Mobile
Robotics contest. The contest will be
held virtually at A-Tech in June.
Ready to Achieve More?
Applications are
still being accepted for the 2021-2022 school year!
Click HERE
to apply!
Contact Ms. Schumann at
440-576-6015, ext. 1115 or amanda.schumann@atech.edu
Culinary Arts II student, Karolyn Kobus competes in the State SkillsUSA Culinary Arts competition.
A-Tech Engineering Summer Camp
Alexis Meaney displays projects she created in the Architecture & Engineering Design program,
part of our Engineering Academy.
July 26th - July 30th
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
The A-Tech Engineering Summer Camp is a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)-to-career summer camp at A-Tech for Ashtabula County students going into 9th grade. 

At camp, students learn about the connections between STEM concepts
and in-demand manufacturing careers. Campers will build small combat robots, meet industry experts, learn engineering design software, complete hands-on projects, learn about manufacturing technology, and much more! The goal of the camp is to allow young people to
experience in-demand manufacturing careers. The camp was developed through a partnership with AWT's Summer Manufacturing Institute.
Summer SMI Camp
Spots are still available to students
currently in 5th and 6th grade for
Food & Agricultural Production week,
July 26th - July 30th.
Click HERE to register!
Adult Career Center Workforce Development