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Tech Students Explore Barbering Profession
Warren Tech post-secondary Cosmetology graduate Tony De Bernard recently visited Tech's High School Cosmetology program to demonstrate barbering techniques and to introduce students to the barbering profession. Students gained insight on how obtaining a cosmetology hair styling license through Warren Tech's high school and adult school programs can prepare them for careers in barbering. The 2011 graduate demonstrated clipper cuts, fade shaving techniques, and even short tapered women cuts.
Award Winners, Career Students Recognized
Warren Tech students were honored at a special ceremony on Wednesday, May 17th during the "Knight of Honors" celebration. Students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society, the National Honor Society, and the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica. Outstanding shop seniors were also honored as the Career Students of the Year were announced. The ceremony concluded with the announcement of the Scholar Athletes of the Year and the Most Outstanding Athlete of the Year. See the full story for a list of award winners.
Health Science Students Earn Rutgers Credit
Congratulations to students in the Health Science career program as they recently took their Rutgers Exams and completed an important step towards earning college credit. In order to officially receive credit, students must pass Chemistry, Algebra, and Biology with at least a "C" high school grade, pass Health Science with the mandated grade, and graduate. Passing the exams is an important step in earning the credit. By completing the coursework and the exams, students in the program can save an equivalent of $45,000 in tuition, based on per credit costs. Congrats students!
Performing Arts Enjoys Unique Performance
The Performing Arts Shop students traveled to The State Theater in New Brunswick, NJ on May 17th, 2017 to see "Mayhem Poets". It was a wonderful learning experience for the students as they got to see a form or performance art that they have never seen before... theatrical poetry. Sophomore Ariana Bridges even had the opportunity to go up on stage with the professionals. In addition the students had the chance to see and walk through downtown New Brunswick which is considered the heart of Rutgers University.
Key Club to Host Lung Cancer Walk
Warren County Technical School's Key Club is aiming to raise awareness about lung cancer, and raise funds to boost the survival rate of those with the disease. On Saturday June 3 on the Warren Tech campus, the Key Club will host a 5k Walk/Run intended to bring more attention to a disease that doesn't always get the attention it deserves.
Sprouts Pre-School Now Enrolling
Warren Tech’s Sprouts Pre-School is now enrolling for the 2017-18 school year. Sprouts is an affordable and unique preschool program designed to be a hands on learning experience for both pre-school students and high school students. Under the guidance of the Child Development teacher, high school students develop, plan and teach daily lessons and activities for the preschool students. The high school students are apprised of future educators and child care workers. Pre-school students participate in many activities to include circle time, kindergarten readiness activities, arts & crafts, music & movement, and outdoor play.
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