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  • Entreprenuership Assignment App

    Name___________________________________    Date________________________


    Website for Business


    You will be creating a website for your business. Please follow the guidelines below to create your website. You have also been provided with links to other websites to use as a guide. You will be working on this during Mrs. Hafler and Mr. Virga’s class time.


    Website Must Include the Following:


    1. Name of business


    2. Clipart that reflects your business, example: restaurant can have food items, computer repair store can have computers.


    3. Services or Products

    ·         If you are a service industry, for example hair salon, auto repair shop, computer repair you must list the service you provide along with a price

    ·         If you are selling a product you must list and describe the product you are selling along with a price

    ·         Restaurant or bakery, you need to list types of meals and menu items with prices



    4. About – who are you or what is your business


    About Liztech

    After twenty eight years in the business of making craft into art, Jill has weathered it all and come out sparkling. For those unfamiliar with the hand crafted jewelry of Liztech, it's hard to describe the charm and whimsy of the cold connected, architectural laminate pins or the jeweled, reflective sparkle of the Cuff


  • MCTI Presentations MCTI Presentations

      ncc assistant director brandon kwiatek automotive training centers of america fortis institute johnson college johnson & wales university lincoln technical institute luzerne county community college northampton community college (fafsa workshop at mcti) paul smith's college pennsylvania college of technology penn state university- worthington campus rochester institute of technology the art institute triangle technology universal technical institute university of northwestern ohio u.s. military wyotech    


  • 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


  • PA Barber and Cosmetology Association Competition PA Barber and Cosmetology Association Competition

    monroe career & technical institute 194 laurel lake road, bartonsville, pa 18321-0066 phone: 570-629-2001 fax: 570-629-9698   news release bartonsville—the students of the cosmetology department of the monroe career & technical institute recently competed at the student team competition 2015 total look “romantic evening”- a formal evening theme. the competition was sponsored by pennsylvania barber & cosmetology association (pabca). it was held at the radisson harrisburg, pa with eight teams competing. the four areas being judged were: nail art, evening make-up, male haircutting, and female evening hairstyling. ms. leatha nonnemaker, the cosmetology department instructor, is very proud to announce our winners:  the following are the names of our first place winners with the night of lust theme: competitor: danielle singer: 2016 stroudsburg- senior male model: mike tudda 2014 east stroudsburg north graduate from mcti auto technology female model: delia lynch 2014 stroudsburg graduate  


  • Biography of Instructor About Teacher App

    dr. george hendry, cce, cec biography higher education: vocational director certificate, 2013 k-12 principal certificate, east stroudsburg university, 2010 ed.d., 2006 organizational leadership, argosy university, sarasota, fl.   m. s., 2000    education, marygrove college, detroit, mi b. a., 1998  hotel-restaurant management (major), east stroudsburg university, east stroudsburg, pa a .s., 1982   culinary arts, culinary institute of america, hyde park, ny voc 2, 1999    permanent teaching certificate, secondary vocational education, temple university, philadelphia, pa. experience:   instructor                                                  fall 2010- spring 2014 east stroudsburg university, east stroudsburg, pa 18301       full-time instructor in the hotel-restaurant & tourism department. duties include class lectures and laboratory instruction in basic foods and quantity foods.       responsible for the operation of p&j’s restaurant using students that put into practice the skills and knowledge they obtained from previous managerial classes in the program. also responsible for food and beverage purchasing, budgeting and costing and menu design. worked with the department team in curriculum development and application for accreditation for the department. culinary arts instructor                           march 1992 - present monroe career & technical institute, bartonsville, pa 18321    developed the curriculum for a 4-year culinary arts and commercial baking program, where students run and operate a fifty seat restaurant and learn all facets of the food service industry.  the program focuses on fundamentals, including servesafe certification, prostart certification and adapts to trends in the industry, such as low fat and special diets.   designed the program kitchen and classroom facilities in june 1998 for a renovation project.  managed renovation project from design to on-sch


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  • Culinary Arts Program Benefits (Stelmach) Content App

     whether you want to be a chef, work in a kitchen, own a restaurant or run a catering business, the culinary arts profession has many opportunities for you. the culinary arts program at mcti provides students with the skills and knowledge to pursue a career or a college education in the field of culinary arts. students work in a commercial kitchen, run a restaurant and cater banquets, which exposes the students to real-world experiences in the field of culinary arts. students also learn about food ordering, food cost calculations, and health regulations. students in culinary arts learn: sanitation and food safety knife skills and cutting techniques. fundamentals of baking and bread baking fundamentals of sauce and stocks classic cooking methods intro to molecular gastronomy intro to nutrition & healthy cooking lifestyles restaurant management and front of the house training domestic & international cuisine institutional food preparation cake decorating and pastry arts intro to butchery, the art of sausage making and smoking meats intro to food sustainability and responsible cooking foundations of gastronomy fundamentals of working on a hot line quantity foods and the art of banquet style preparation introduction to seafood preparation certifications serv safe certifications acf american culinary federation – junior culinarian national restaurat association prostart management certification college opportunities northampton community college johnson & wales culinary institute of america the restaurant school american culinary federation apprenticeship prostart college passport opportunitues http://www.nraef.org/public/meet-prostart/prostart_collegiatepassport-1 co-ops, job shadows and internships put your new skills to use by entering the cooperative education program (co-op) . co-op participation allows high school seniors to work at a job


  • Culinary Internet Resources Flex Editor App

      internet resources     http://www.starchefs.com/community/html/associations.shtml   advance tabco ® advance tabco ®   manufactures a full line of stainless steel items for commercial markets. site includes specification sheets and drawings of many products, an image gallery, press releases, information on food safety, and product installation guides. www.advancetabco.com american culinary federation the american culinary federation is a professional organization of chefs and cooks that focuses on culinary education. site includes job postings, recipes, sustainability information, membership information, and links to educational resources and institutions. www.acfchefs.org american institute of baking (aib) international   the american institute of baking (aib) international serves many segments of the food processing, distribution, food service, and retail industries worldwide. site includes online courses, audit services, research and technical services, and information on careers in the food industry. www.aibonline.org american lamb board the american lamb board researches and promotes the lamb industry in america. site includes lamb facts and information, recipes, videos, and fabrication guides. www.americanlamb.com alaska seafood marketing institute the alaska seafood marketing institute (asmi) is a cooperative partnership between the alaska seafood industry and state government to advance a stable seafood industry in alaska. site includes recipes, health and nutrition information, and retail information. www.alaskaseafood.org all-clad metalcrafters llc all-clad metalcrafters produces a complete line of bonded cookware and specialty items. site includes product listings and descriptions, recipes, consumer information, and links to select culinary sites. www.all-clad.com alpha baking co., inc. alpha baking company is a specialty bakery that


  • Teacher Biography About Teacher App

    mrs. stelmach tamara stelmach      i would like to take this opportunity to tell you a few things about myself.  i grew up in salt lake city, utah.  i have a passion for food and have a long-standing back ground in the food service industry. i have worked in bakeries, restaurant chains, hotels, conference centers, personal catering, and owned a candy shop.         these various experiences has helped me learn the business “inside and out”, which enables me to incorporate not only the hands-on food preparation skills in my classes, but also includes the business management basics as well.              an opportunity became available where i could use my customer service and management skills in the airline industry so i decided to make a career change.   my experiences for delta airlines include gate agent, load planner, ticket sales representative, and i helped to develop a new employee training manual.   after september 11th, the industry experienced massive downsizing.   i decided to return to the world i love – culinary arts.        i began teaching as an adjunct professorfor northampton community college as a cooking instructor. i designed,implemented, and taught new cooking programs at ncc.      when the opportunity became available for me to teach full time at mcti, i knew i found the place where i could put to use all my knowledge and experiences from my diverse background all these years.   as i have developed my program at mcti, i have managed to lead three culinary tours of europe and one to costa rica with students from my culinary classes, and i continuously seek out  learning opportunities to make available to the students.   i have also had the privilege to work with some fine chefs across the globe and i enjoy sharing what i have learned with my students. schooling and mentors   joseph k. poon,  master chef from china – learning asian fusio


  • Graphic Communications Graphic Communications

        graphic communications   10.0399   graphic communications, other (pde approved program of study)   graphic communications is a n instructional program that generally prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to plan, prepare and execute commercial and industrial visual image and print products using mechanical, electronic and digital graphic and printing equipment.   students learn desktop publishing, layout, composition, presswork and bindery as well as photography, and several graphic arts techniques.   emphasis is on typographical layout and design using computer graphics, photo typesetting, platemaking, offset preparation and operation, paper cutting, ink and color preparation and dynamics and airbrush and screen printing production.   concentration in the area of graphic arts will permit the student to work in computer design, digital prepress, press work, sign making/vehicle graphics, screen printing, sandblasting, and more.   in addition, the student will be instructed in various finishing operations.  the program consists of a list of pde required tasks and additional local or value added tasks.       specialized equipment: related occupations /employment opportunities: personal qualifications: proprint offset/duplicator printers abdick offset/duplicator printers xerox color copier xante plate maker 5 & black & white printer epson 44"large format color plotter morgan folding, scoring, perforating machine gbc 44" hot laminator & mounting machine saddle stitch machine multi-die book binding machine xante illumina digital off-set press vinyl graphic cutter hydraulic paper cutter hydraulic 3-hole punch machine 4-color screen printing machine screen printing 30" dryer imprintor 44" cold laminator he


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    Vocab 7 list of words   Match correct word to the meaning   1 Perpetuate   _______________           Loud arrogant boaster   2 Gambol   _______________      .           To influence and dominate by some special                                                                   charm, art, and trait with an irresistible appeal   3.   Normalize    _______________          Straying outside the proper bounds or norms.   4.   Captivate_________________          Reflecting a meticulous, sensitive, or                                                                                                                                         demanding attitude.   5.   Braggart      _______________             Mentally deranged; emotionally out of control.   6.   Fastidious _________________          Skip about or play.   7 Umbrage    _________________           Not endowed with reason or understanding.   8 Errant         ____________________      To make conform to or to reduce to a                                                                   norm or standard.   9   Frantic.    ____________________      Occurring continually.   10.Irrational_____________________       A reason for doubt.   On the back of this worksheet   rewrite the word, definition, your interpretation of the definition, and a sentence for each word  


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    Greek name English name Description Aφροδίτη ( Aphroditē ) Aphrodite Goddess of love, lust, beauty, seduction and pleasure. Although married to Hephaestus she had many lovers, most notably Ares . She was depicted as a beautiful woman usually accompanied her son, Eros . Her symbols include the dove , apple, scallop shell and myrtle wreath. Aπόλλων ( Apollō ) Apollo God of music, healing, plague, prophecies, poetry, and archery; associated with light, truth and the sun. He is Artemis 's twin brother, and son of Zeus and Leto . He was depicted as a handsome, beardless youth with long hair and various attributes including a laurel wreath, bow and quiver, raven , and lyre . Άρης ( Arēs ) Ares God of war, bloodlust, violence, manly courage, and civil order. The son of Zeus and Hera , he was depicted as either a mature, bearded warrior dressed in battle arms, or a nude beardless youth with helm and spear. His attributes are golden armour and a bronze-tipped spear, and his sacred animals are the eagle owl , the vulture and the venomous snake . Άρτεμις ( Artemis ) Artemis Virgin goddess of the hunt, wilderness, wild animals, childbirth and plague. In later times she became associated with the moon. She is the daughter of Zeus and Leto , and twin sister of Apollo . In art she was usually depicted as a young woman dressed in a short knee-length chiton and equipped with a hunting bow and a quiver of arrows. In addition to the bow, her attributes include hunting spears, animal pelts, deer and other wild animals. Αθηνά ( Athēna ) Athena Virgin goddess of wisdom, warfare, strategy, heroic endeavour, handicrafts and reason. The daughter of Zeus and Metis , she was born from Zeus's head fully-formed and armoured. She was depicted crowned with a crested helm, armed with shield and spear, and wearing the snake-trimmed


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      Name_______________________________   Across 2. Loud arrogant boaster 3. Straying outside the proper bounds or norms 6. Mentally deranged; emotionally out of control 7. A reason for doubt. 8. Not endowed with reason or understanding 10. To influence and dominate by some special charm, art, and trait Down 1. Reflecting a meticulous, sensitive, or demanding attitude 4. To make conform to or to reduce to a   norm or standard. 5. Occurring continually. 9. Skip about or play.   Write a sentence for each word


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    1 Perpetuate             Occurring continually   2 Gambol               Skip about or play      3.   Normalize         To make conform to or to reduce to a   norm or standard   4.   Captivate         To influence and dominate by some special                                 charm, art, and trait with an irresistible appeal   5.   Braggart             Loud arrogant boaster              6.   Fastidious         Reflecting a meticulous, sensitive, or                                                                                                                                         demanding attitude. 7 Umbrage                A reason for doubt 8 Errant                   Straying outside the proper bounds or norms.                                                                 .   9   Frantic.          Mentally deranged; emotionally out of control.   10.Irrational     Not endowed with reason or understanding.    


  • Classwork / Homework Classwork / Homework

    us history 1 classwork / homework (click here) (e. daily classwork and assignments. 6/7/13:      read ch 16-5 complete assessment ?'s # 1-6. hw review for final (monday 6/10)                   final will be 3-5 opinion essay questions on the following topics:                   1.  government                   2.  industrial vs technological revolution                   3.  elections of 1824 & 1828                     4.  civil war   6/6/13:       civil war - compile 15 facts, events leading to war, & advantages of north & south.   6/5/13:      read ch 16-4 complete assessment questions 1-5   6/4/13:      read ch 16-3 complete assessment questions 1-5.   6/3/13:      review 16-1 & 2 "the compromise"   5/31/13:    read ch 16-2 complete assessment questions 1-5.   5/28-30/13: "taking chance"  memorial day essay using one of the following prompts:                     Ø   is freedom worth fighting for? is it worthdying for? why or why not? write a persuasive essay stating and defending your position. Ø   what makes someone a hero? write an essay explaining what a hero is and how an individual becomes a hero. Ø   write an essay about your number one hero. tell who your hero is, what he or she has accomplished, when he or she lived, where he or she lived, and why you have chosen him or her as your hero. Ø   why is it important to celebrate memorial day?   Ø   how can we honor veterans on memorial day?   Ø   who will you remember on memorial day?   Ø   i appreciate the military becaus e … 5/24/13:      nocti day:  enjoy your weekend.   5/23/13:      read ch 16-1 pages 460-462 complete assessment ?s #2-5 pg 462   5/22/13:      video clip:  the story of us - division knew / ne


  • Notes Notes

    shakespeare language 12/17/12 notes thou - subject of a sentence - "thou art my friend." thee - object of a sentence - "come, let me hug thee." thy - possesive adjective - "where is thy dog?" thine - possesive noun - "to thine own self be true." filetype-misc.png 12/17/2012 8:28:31 am


  • Projects Important Dates

    Students can sign up for recycling during Home rm period. 
    This will count towards community service requirements.
    Project Forms:

    General Ideas for Community Service:

    1. Set up a Help-O-Meter to keep track of the number of hours youth volunteer in the community.
    2. Organize a recognition program for the volunteers who lead community organizations.
    3. Work in a concession stand to raise money for a good cause.
    4. Make a gift for the secretary of a non-profit organization you are associated with.
    5. Take photos during an event and donate them to the event organizers.
    6. Volunteer to be a museum guide.
    7. Plan an Ethnic Awareness day.
    8. Design a campaign to promote tolerance and understanding of differences.
    9. Volunteer at a health fair.
    10. Volunteer as a counselor at local summer camp.
    11. Volunteer to do office work at a local non-profit agency.
    12. Set up a web page for a non-profit agency.
    13. Volunteer to lead a club of you


  • Trash Flex Editor App

    research paper: stem careers with a cte background research paper presentation faq: environmental planner faq - ruschman insert a bookmark in a document insert a link in a document     book report: the cay book report project the cay the cay audiobook   science and citizenship service learning project community service ideas 101 ideas for combining service and learning service learning ideas       biography of the earth   notes unit outline - biography of the earth how old is the earth presentation   articles and links biogeochemical cycles formation of the atmosphere and ocean how did the big bang happen how did galaxies form how did the moon form how did the solar system form the origin of the oceans what is the fate of the universe youtube video - lifecycle of stars      activities and labs earth history calendar modeling geologic time fossil safari galaxy worksheet      stem investigations: mythbusting stem style science fair projects   engineering project: engineering for career and technical education engineering presentation     special activities: science holiday songs gobbler and reindeer graph paper   reaction time activity: how fast are you? superhero science 1000 words about science   astrobiology science of treasure hunting map packet the weather of sports reporting on plate tectonics unit outline - reporting on plate tectonics journalists view of plate tectonics plate tectonics web quest presentation - the who of plate tectonics presentation - the what of plate tectonics presentation - the where of plate tectonics presentation - the when of plate tectonics presentation - the how of plate tectonics presentation - mountain building wegener and hess lab - determining the rate of crustal movement lab - plotting plate b