• Overview Overview

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    • 9th Grade Instructor
    • Adult Education
    • Auto Body Repair
    • Business and Hospitality Management Instructor
    • Business Office
    • Career and Transition Counselor
    • Carpentry
    • Computer Information Science
    • Computer Networking and Security
    • Cooperative Education / Diversified Occupations
    • Cosmetology
    • Criminal Justice
    • Culinary Arts
    • Diesel
    • Director
    • Diversified Occupations
    • Electrical
    • Electronics Technology
    • Graphic Arts
    • Health Officer
    • Health Professions
    • Horticulture/Floriculture
    • Instructional Assistant
    • Machine Tool Technology
    • Main Office
    • Masonry
    • Outdoor Power Equipment Technology
    • Plumbing/HVAC
    • Pupil Personnel Services
    • Receptionist
    • Supervisor of CTE
    • Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction
    • Supervisor of Student Services
    • Support Services Facilitators
    • Technology
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    • Administration
    • Administrator
    • Assistant IT Administrator
    • Career and Transition Counselor
    • Executive Secretary
    • Health Officer
    • Instructional Assistant
    • Instructor
    • Payroll and Benefits Specialist
    • Receptionist
    • Secretary
    • Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction
    • Support Services Facilitators
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  • Ms. Rubino's Page Overview

        welcome to the health professions program.       currently our program is a 3 year program 10th-12th grade. first year will be introduction to health professions and medical terminology. second year will be a  progression into health professions and instruction in anatomy and physiology body systems. third year :  senior level, certified nursing assistant program. students will  be going off site to clinical areas to functions as unlicensed cna's. will be eligible to take the pennsylvania state nursing assistant examination and become registered as a nursing assistant in the state of pa.     *program is subject to change*                                                     thank you, mrs. rubino, bsn, rn health professions instructor trubino@monroecti.org

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  • Course Description Course Description

    u .s. history ii e-mail - atomsho@monroecti.org

    united states history ii, examines the history of the united states from 1865 to 1960.  students will analyze the different experiences of america's ethically, racially and economically diverse population. the content that is covered in this course includes industrialization, the growth of business and modern america, the great depression, the world wars, and the cold war.

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  • Welcome Welcome

    welcome carpentry

    the carpentry program is an instructional program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to lay out, fabricate, erect, install and repair structures and fixtures using hand and power tools. this program includes instruction in common systems of framing, construction materials, estimating, blueprint reading and finish carpentry techniques. the program is designed to provide students with a combination of classroom theory and hands-on building experience in residential, commercial, and industrial construction trades.

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  • Welcome! Welcome!

        what is skillsusa? skillsusa is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure america has a skilled workforce. skillsusa helps each student excel. it is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations. formerly known as vica (vocational industrial clubs of america).   membership: more than 300,000 students and advisors join skillsusa annualy, organized into more than 17,000 sections and 54 state and territorial associations. combining alumni and lifetime membership, t he total number impacted is more than 320,000. skillsusa has served more than 10.5 million members.   skillsusa's mission is to help its members become world-class workers, leaders and responsible american citizens.   it is an applied method of instruction for preparing america's high performance  workers in public career and technical programs. it provi des quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. it builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communication skills. skillsusa emphasizes tota quality at work- high ethical standards, superior work skills, life-long education, and pride in the dignity of work. skillsusa also promotes an understanding of the free-enterprise system and involvement in community service.   upcoming events skillsusa culinary challenge at lcti march 30, 2016  skillsusa state championships hershey, pa april 13-15, 2016 ny city field trip and broadway play, april 30, 2016 elmer gates awards breakfast, may 26, 2016 breakfast of champions, june 17, 2016 national skillsusa conference, louisville, kentucky june 20-25, 2016   

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  • Mrs. Bruce's Page Welcome

    horticulture f l oriculture / landscaping  

      the floriculture/landscaping course is designed to prepare students for establishing, maintaining, and managing businesses in the floriculture/landscaping industry.   instruction will be offered in plant identification and culture, plant pathology, equipment technology, horticulture management, crop production, distribution, history of floral design and floral design.   students will develop skills in planning crop schedules, propagating plants, pruning trees and shrubs, treating or spraying trees, shrubs or greenhouse crops, and identifying plant diseases and insects that may be harmful to horticulture crops.   students will also develop skills in managing floriculture and/or landscape business which will include the drawing of landscape plans, installing the landscape, maintaining the landscape and all aspects of floral design.   students will gain practical experience in our school’s greenhouse, floral design room, landscape design room, horticulture shop, school gardens, school nursery, house building site, and perennial gardens .     last updated 8/7/2013  by delores schuttert 

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  • Overview Overview

     

                 deca - an association of marketing students 220,000 members each year around the world “deca prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.”   deca prepares the next generation to be: academically prepared deca members are ambitious, high-achieving leaders equipped to conquer the challenges of their aspirations. community oriented recognizing the benefit of service and responsibility to the community,deca members continually impact and improve their local and broadercommunities. professionally responsible deca members are poised professionals with ethics, integrity and high standards. experienced leaders deca members are empowered through experience to provide effective leadership through goal setting, consensus building and project implementation.  

    https://www.monroecti.org/Page/638


  • Overview Overview

    welcome to ffa learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve.   the ffa was founded in 1928. ffa used to stand for “future farmers of america, but was changed to “future for agriculture” to reflect the growing diversity of agriculture.   the national ffa organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing  their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

       

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  • Mr. Granahan's Page Overview

      what an exciting time to be investigating career choices . certainly, times continue to change and it is important to be prepared for the workplace of the future.   we no longer can be content with single skills or be limited to a local geographic area.   employers are emphasizing the need for cross training and as the united states moves forward into the global marketplace: employees must be ready to enter the global arena as well.   selecting a career path is, of tremendous importance to every student. there are many job titles in the  machining field. this program has been designed to give student both practical skills and related theory in machine tool operation, mechanical drafting, and along with the technical mathematics, science and communication skills essential to a career in precision machining.   this program opens doors for future educational opportunities as well as employment possibilities.   student selection for the program takes place from the monroe county school districts.   the program is based at monroe  c areer & technical institute  because it has state of the art specialized equipment necessary to safely train students .     not only do students have the opportunity to learn about careers and career skills associated with the precision machining  program, but students may also earn industry credentials from nims. students who quilify may participate in cooperative education, a work based program.   co-op is an industry-based partnership, which allows students to earn while they learn.   so often, people go through life without a plan precision machining can be the start of a student’s “plan” to succeed.   at the conclusion of the program, students may choose to work in one of many machine technology related field careers or they may choose to continue their education.   clearly, the benefits of the precision machining program merit c

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  • Mr. Roberto's Page Overview Page

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

                    course description: electronics technology is an instructional program that prepares individuals to apply electronic principles and technical skills to the calibration, testing, assembling, and maintenance of electronics equipment. the electronics program content is based upon national skills standards developed by the electronic industries association. emphasis is on ac/dc principles, semi-conductor theory & applications, op-amps, electronic control devices, digital electronics, and microprocessors. knowledge and skills are acquired through theory instruction, experimentation, and hands-on activities.       through collaborative curriculum planning with colleges and technical schools, students who participate in this program are eligible to obtain up to 12 credits advanced standing in a post-secondary program. also,students may also qualify for the dual-enrollment program offered by penn college of technology , a penn state affiliate.                                                                                                             specialized equipment:                                                                             oscilloscope function generator power supplies                                                                                            logic probes     employment opportunities: electronic technician communication technician electronic engineer   personal qualificat

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  • Calendar Calendar

    NOCTI Review - OP-Amp Challenge , Simple App, Inverting, Non-Inverting

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  • Masonry Photos Masonry Photos

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  • Picture Page Picture Page

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  • Boat Project Boat Project

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  • Students at Work Screen Shot Students at Work

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  • Student Pictures Student Pictures

         

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  • A Few Equipment Pics A Few Equipment Pics

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  • Active Learning Photos Active Learning Photos

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  • Student Photos Student Photos

      the hvac and plumbing class worked on their team building skills for pdp   (professional development program). the group project involved construction of a structure using limited materials.   each group participated in a fierce competition for creativity, height, team effort, and structural strength.

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  • Program Photos Program Photos

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  • Photo Page Photo Page

    mr. yarnall's photo gallery   9th grade diversity workshop 2011  

          national parks gallery  
        why recycle?  

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  • Cool Classroom Photos Cool Classroom Photos

      cool classroom photos

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  • SkillsUSA photography SkillsUSA photography

    skills usa 2012-2013

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  • HOSA Photos HOSA Photos

    hosa 2012-2013

      letters for dalton dalton is a 9 year old little boy who has cystic fibrosis. the doctors told dalton that he might not  live past the new year. so dalton said that he wanted to win the world record for the most christmas cards. our hosa members decided that we wanted to make daltons dreams come true so we went around our school (mcti) and asked everyone in their shops to sign a card for dalton. we got nearly 200 and more cards. thank you for everything. i bet dalton will really appreciate it. -hosa

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  • Photos Photos

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