HARMONY: Sophomores learn about tech center opportunities
WESTOVER — The 10th-grade students at Harmony High School recently took a trip to the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center to learn what they have to offer and if it interested them.
The students took a tour of the facility and spent about five minutes in each classroom.
There are 14 two-year programs at CCCTC: Welding Technology, Culinary, Masonry, Automotive Technology, Architectural Drafting and Design, Carpentry, Information Technology, Administrative Assistant, Business Management and Marketing, Electrical Technology, Collision Repair, Health Occupations Technology, Diesel Technology, and Electronic and Communications Technology.
CCCTC also offers Cosmetology, but it is a three-year program. After a lunch provided by the culinary students, the sophomores got to choose two classes to attend for 30 minutes each. This tour gave the students a better understanding of CCCTC and got them thinking about their future.
Senior Night was held during the last varsity home basketball game last week. Seniors in the boys’ and girls’ teams and the pep band were recognized. The cheerleaders held a pep rally during the school day to get everyone excited for the event.
Before the boys’ varsity game, Austin Hugill, Breanne Stiver, Gabby Hockenberry, Lindsay Welteroth, Caitlin Roland and Jordan Kruise came out onto the court, accompanied by their parents. A biography was read about each of them and they were presented with gifts.
Even though the boys lost to Glendale, the seniors still had a fun season.