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Ashtabula Star Beacon (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Ashtabula, Ohio Bryan Dobos a design drafting instructor at a tech. Checks out a new 3d Printer at Ron Maurer a precision machine instructor at a tech checks out a new machine the Jefferson township school on tuesday afternoon program simulator at the Jefferson township school on tuesday afternoon. Adds i a tech adds equipment expands programs from Page Al techniques principles of surgery Safe Laboratory skills and the concepts of ethics and professionalism in the work place. A tech also began its first full year with its drug free America program for students which is designed As a full Circle approach to drug prevention he said. A on test Day students Are often surprised to learn that their membership in Dfcia is something they now have in common with others they never Felt similar to a he said. A by bringing together school Parent and Community efforts members Benefit from an Overall positive sense of belonging regardless if they Are at school at Home or out enjoying their students voluntarily become a member of Dfcia which Means they voluntarily get drug tested to he in the program and then Are randomly drug tested throughout the year. Students earn a certificate for their career passport that can be used to inform potential employers that they have volunteered for random drug testing and have passed those tests. New employees 2015-16 school year Matthew Polta carpentry Staci Zappitelli career education Susan Marsch adult cosmetology Andrea Trident Brian Dobos Ashtabula City Multi medial program design drafting Marren do Lamay / Star Beacon Jessica Darin instructor of the Small animal care program at a tech. Holds a bearded dragon at the Jefferson township school on tuesday afternoon. Grades school scores climb on report card from Page Al Man be of career technical schools. He said there is a three year phase in process for the report cards and they will eventually have eight components. Lie was confident the report cards in the next few years will continue to show a tech is preparing students Well. A your data looks like we Are going to get All a a Quot he said. Ninety four percent of a tech graduates Are employed in an apprenticeship join the military or attend College in the six months after leaving school according to the report card giving the school an a in this category. The b in achievement was the result of an 87 percent in technical skill attain ment which measured the proportion of students passing technical assessments. These assessments Are designed to measure the skills and knowledge Learned in a students career technical program. A we received a b because of the participation rate a Brockway said. A actually we got an a but participation lowered us to the rating system is believed to be the first in the nation to use an a f Grade scale and exceed Federal requirements. The graduation rates show the proportion of students who Grad Cable viewers react strongly to the news from Page Al said. A Pat did no to have the enthusiasm for change a he said. Williams said tuesday he was Laid off for financial reasons. A we did t have a lot of sponsors Quot he said. A i fully understand the Williams said his final show will be sept. 9. A i had a lot of fun a he said. A i got the Chance to meet a lot different people. And i was treated viewers have reacted strongly to the news announced this week. A a lot of people Are calling and Send emails Quot Williams said. A they will he sad to see it Williams said he Wasny to sure what his immediate future holds. A a in a exploring other opportunities Quot he said. Johnson will appear got a news tip callus 440-994-3243 on the show thursday to explain the situation and talk with viewers. A a in la take phone Calls and work through it with the Public Quot he said. Many positions available positions still available for press operators finishers for premix a Schulman also current openings for estimator customer service rep production operators machine operators extruder operator set up plastics production supervisor and More positions available in North Kingsville Ashtabula Jefferson and Orwell apply at 4538 main Avenue Ashtabula Ohio 44004 440-992-2189 Ufi in Fumm i services acc express care walk in care for minor illness and injury. Serving patients age two and older. Most insurances accepted copay similar to physician office visit. Ashtabula 2422 Lake Avenue Mon Fri 9 am to 8 30 pm sat 9 am to 2 30 pm 440 994 7550 Conneaut 354 w main Road Mon sat 9 am to 8 30 pm 440 599 2262 Jefferson 234 n. Chestnut Street Mon sat. 9 am to 8 30 pm 440 576 8933 Holiday hours May vary. For More information wow Ashtabula county medical Canter l3 Davinci Clink rated within four and five y ears of beginning ninth Grade. Only students concentrating in career technical studies by their fourth year of High school Are included in the graduation rates. A tech achieved 97 percent or a a in both four and five year graduations according to the report card. Data for students graduating in the class of 2014 will be released this Winter. Cool mornings. Book bags. Time to clean your Furnace Call us to sch oui an appointees i Jas heating a Cooling Roc Creek 440 563-3985 prompt professional service since 1976 Herniy 16445 g.a.r. Hwy. By. 6 Montville of 440-968-3717 hours . 7-7, sat. 8-4, Sun. 10-2 tool Supply inc. Hardware division in too much to ust everything must go new inventory added daily All sales final

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