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Titan Of The Month - September

Titan Of The Month
From Left: Patrick Musto, J.O.C. President; Richard Rava, Assistant Director/Principal; Abriele Dileo, Computer Networking & Maintenance, WVW



Our Story

The West Side Career and Technology Center is a full-time comprehensive Career and Technology Center. A complete academic curriculum complements fully accredited career and technology courses, grades 9 thru 12.

Our Mission

The mission of the West Side Career and Technology Center is to provide a quality educational community in which all students will learn academic, career, technical, and soft skills necessary to prepare them to be contributing members of our society, skilled members of the workforce, and responsible life-long learners prepared to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

Our Vision

With the support of highly qualified instructors, technologically integrated teaching strategies, and strong partnerships in post-secondary educational institutes of learning and in the workforce, the graduates of the West Side Career and Technology Center will be provided with a climate in which they can grow intellectually and emotionally in order to be successful in the workforce as well as in secondary educational institutes of learning.


 

Student Recognition

Memorial Service for Fallen Police Officers
West Side CTC Law Enforcement students participated in a Memorial Service for Fallen Police Officers on Friday, May 19th at the Wilkes-Barre Police Department. (Click Image for Full View)

Student Recognition
Standing in the middle of the Law Enforcement students is Wilkes-Barre City Police Chief Marcella Lendacky.


Back Mountain Police Association's Kids Fish Day
Students from the West Side CTC Law Enforcement Program met with Congressman Lou Barletta at the 2017 Annual Back Mountain Police Association’s Kids Fishing Day. Law Enforcement students helped children get to where they needed to go during the day and assisted them with any questions or problems they had. (Click Image for Full View)

Student Recognition
Left to Right: Ross Piazza (PA Fish and Boat Commission), Matthew Kochinski, Tyler Vitale, Noah Miller, Mykenna Dekin, Dealla Rasmus, Brian Lupher, Congressman Barletta, Chief Daniel Hunsinger, Officer John Fuches (Kingston Twp P.D.) and two of Congressman Barletta’s aides


Pennsylvania DECA State Competition
West Side Career and Technology Center’s marketing students recently competed in the Pennsylvania DECA state competition. DECA is a national marketing club. The annual conference hosts more than 2,000 students from across Pennsylvania. West Side Marketing student Saadiq Moorman won a medal in the automotive services category. For information on the West Side Career Center’s marketing program, contact Tom Pieczynski Jr. at 570-288-8493. News Article (Click Image for Full View)

Student Recognition
Left to Right: David Barber, Wyoming Valley West; Saadiq Moorman, Wyoming Valley West; Angelina Federici, Wyoming Area; Rachael J. Hurrey, Wyoming Area; Ania Austion, Wyoming Valley West and Keiarra-Lynn Anne Daniels, Wyoming Valley West



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