• Overview Headlines & Features

    articulation agreements /cms/lib07/pa03000492/centricity/domain/1/soar.jpg 268 523 statethe soar program agreement:  articulation for advanced credit transfer is made possible when perkins-allocated postsecondary institutions and pennsylvania secondary schools offering soar programs agree to the terms and conditions stated in the perkins statewide articulation agreement. this agreement outlines the general agreement conditions between secondary and postsecondary institutions and student qualification measures allowing for the student to acquire postsecondary education credits leading to an industry-recognized credential or certificate at the postsecondary level or an associate or baccalaureate degree.   http://www.education.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/programs_of_study/7686/articulations/

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  • Overview Overview

    preface the carl d. perkins career and technical education improvement act of 2006 requires the development and implementation of “career and technical programs of study.” these programs of study are defined and referenced throughout the act.   states must develop the programs of study in consultation with local programs, and each local recipient receiving funds under the bill will be required to offer the relevant course of at least one. programs of study are very similar to, and build on, positive initiatives already underway in cte programs around the country, such as tech prep, careerpathways, career academies, and career clusters. in many states, the foundational elements of programs of study may already be in place. monroe career & technical institute (mcti) currently offers 21 approved pennsylvania department of education (pde) “programs of study.” in addition, mcti offers  three approved pde “tech prep programs.”   programs of study “programs of study” is an approved pennsylvania department of education statewide program that: · incorporates and aligns secondary and postsecondary education · includes academic and cte content in a coordinated, non-duplicative progression of  courses · includes the opportunity for secondary students to acquire postsecondary credits · leads to an industry-recognized credential or certificate at the postsecondary level, or an associate of baccalaureate degree · identifies and addresses current or emerging occupational opportunities · builds on career clusters, career pathways, and career academies · develops in consultation with local occupational advisory committees (oac)  and standards   tech prep     tech prep programs combine at least two years of high school education with two years of postsecondary education to prepare students for tech

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  • Overview Overview

    preface the carl d. perkins career and technical education improvement act of 2006 requires the development and implementation of “career and technical programs of study.” these programs of study are defined and referenced throughout the act.   states must develop the programs of study in consultation with local programs, and each local recipient receiving funds under the bill will be required to offer the relevant course of at least one. programs of study are very similar to, and build on, positive initiatives already underway in cte programs around the country, such as tech prep, careerpathways, career academies, and career clusters. in many states, the foundational elements of programs of study may already be in place. monroe career & technical institute (mcti) currently offers 21 approved pennsylvania department of education (pde) “programs of study.” in addition, mcti offers  three approved pde “tech prep programs.”   programs of study “programs of study” is an approved pennsylvania department of education statewide program that: · incorporates and aligns secondary and postsecondary education · includes academic and cte content in a coordinated, non-duplicative progression of  courses · includes the opportunity for secondary students to acquire postsecondary credits · leads to an industry-recognized credential or certificate at the postsecondary level, or an associate of baccalaureate degree · identifies and addresses current or emerging occupational opportunities · builds on career clusters, career pathways, and career academies · develops in consultation with local occupational advisory committees (oac)  and standards   tech prep     tech prep programs combine at least two years of high school education with two years of postsecondary education to prepare students for tech

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  • Welcome Flex Editor App

      the mission of the monroe county career & technical institute (mcti) is “to educate students for successful careers and to inspire lifelong learning in a changing 21 st century global economy.”   we provide training and education through a set of courses that we believe prepares students both academically and technically for a career or to pursue postsecondary education. mcti offers students 21 programs of study (pos) and 3 tech prep programs.   these programs are approved pennsylvania department of education (pde) career and technical programs that articulate the secondary career and technical education to a postsecondary degree, diploma, or certificate programs.   these 24 programs align the secondary courses to a postsecondary program to complete a degree or certificate. under each program section, detailed information will be provided about the program.   after you have read about a specific program and have any questions, please contact   dr. carolyn shegelski assistant director monroe career & technical institute 194 laurel lake road bartonsville, pa 18321 570-629-2001 ext.1108 cshegelski@monroecti.org     additional information about career and technical education may be found at the website for the pennsylvania department of education, bureau of career and technical education. pennsylvania department of education – bureau of career and technical education 333 market street, harrisburg, pa 17126-0333 phone: 717.783.6672    www.education.state.pa.us      

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  • Articles Articles

    use of force www.mcall.com/news/local/police/mc-police-officer-fired-fountain-hill-20130205,0,2010840.story mcall.com chief: fountain hill officer fired for use of force, falsifying report by pamela lehman, of the morning call 9:25 pm est, february 5, 2013 advertisement a fountain hill police officer was fired monday after authorities said he hit a handcuffed prisoner last spring and lied about it in an official report. borough council unanimously voted to fire patrolman grady cunningham jr., who has worked full time for the department since march 2010, said police chief ed bachert. he said the firing stems from a june 4 incident in which an unnamed man was arrested on charges of public drunkenness, harassment and disorderly conduct. cunningham hit the man while he was handcuffed and in a cell, then falsified reports about it, bachert said. he said the incident was captured on video surveillance, and another police officer saw what happened. that officer faces unpaid leave for not reporting cunningham's use of force and improper conduct, said bachert, who would not give the officer's name. bachert said other factors in cunningham's firing include the fact he went into a holding cell with a loaded firearm, failed to fill out a use-of-force report and engaged in conduct unbecoming an officer. cunningham declined to comment tuesday. bachert said he expects cunningham to appeal the firing, but stands by his decision. "we have to police ourselves and do the right thing if we want the trust of our community," he said. the borough now has eight full-time officers including the chief. another full-time officer, james nelson scoble, remains on paid administrative leave. scoble, 35, of allentown, was charged with drunken driving and a summary traffic offense after a dec. 16 crash in bethlehem township. the single-car crash happened in the 3900 block of freemansburg avenue. police said scoble hit a utility pole, knocking it dow

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  • Upcoming Assignments Upcoming Assignments

     

    SENTENCING:  The imposition of a criminal sanction by a sentencing authority, such as a judge. 

     

    SENTENCE:  The penalty a court imposes on a person convicted of a crime. 

     

    SOCIAL ORDER:  The smooth functioning of social institutions, the existence of positive and productive relations among individual members of society, and the orderly functioning of society as a whole. 

     

    REVENGE:  Punishment as vengeance.  An emotional response to real or imagined injury or insult. 

     


  • Safety Outlines File Library App

    safety handouts click on the file to view safety handouts for the kitchen. safety outlines.docx 48.38 kb filetype-word.png 8/12/2013 5:12:25 pm

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  • Articles Articles

    2012 pmvb gold ambassador pin award pocono mountain visitors bureau for immediate release alicia m. quinn pocono mountains visitors bureau alicia@poconos.org 800poconos.com / twitter.com/poconotourism 570.421.5791 the pocono mountains visitors bureau recognizes the role of social media and its' tourism heroes at their annual tourism day conference pocono mountains, pa., may 22, 2012 - the pocono mountains visitors bureau (pmvb) ( 800poconos.com ) is leveraging social media as a vehicle to reach and engage visitors and potential visitors interested in the four-county region. the event themed around integrating social media in traditional marketing campaigns attracted over 200 attendees and was held at stroudsmoor country inn's terraview ballroom last week during national tourism week. tourism day ( flickr.com/poconotourism ), in its' 18 th year, featured the highly-sought after keynoter, peter shankman, a marketing pundit for national and international news channels, including fox news, cnn and msnbc . the morning started with a best practices panel led by regional tourism partners including pocono raceway, woodloch resort, sesame place, masterminds and tierney communications. together they covered how to manage social media tools, content creation, advertising, creating engagement, time-saving tips, event promotion and public relations. tourism achievement award winners were also honored at a special luncheon to recognize industry employees, along with member properties, for strides in customer service and community involvement. awards were given to individuals for gold pin pocono mountains brand ambassadors. congratulations to patricia lecompte, lodging management instructor for monroe career & technical institute; tara brinker, concierge at shawnee inn and golf resort; and becky dawson, innkeeper of the french manor inn and spa.   http://www.800poconos.com/articles/index.cfm?action=view&articleid=365&menuid=531    

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  • Teacher Bio Teacher Bio

    welcome:   name: gregory s. martin   title: carpentry instructor phone: 570-629-2001 ext 2233 email: gmartin@monroecti.org   hometown: honesdale pa.   working experience: growing up i always liked building things. after high school i went to penn college of technology for carpentry. after that i became a lead carpenter on a framing crew building custom houses. then it was time to start up my own construction company called bald eagle construction. in a four year span the company built over 50 houses. finally in 2008 i became the carpentry instructor at mcti.   hobbies: playing basketball and baseball, fishing, hunting, golfing, boating, and   spending quality time with my wife and two sons.    certifications: pde teaching cert. voc 1, voc 2, cooperative education cert.   education: associates degree: penn college of technology bachelors degree: penn state university      

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  • Hair-A-Thon Flex Editor App

    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 will sponsor a hair-a-thon, which is a skills usa community service project.   they will hold it monday, april 8, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the career & technical institute in bartonsville, pennsylvania.   all proceeds will benefit the monroe county   diabetic society. services available during the event will include perms, highlights, cuts, set, hairconditioning, and lots more. please plan on attending.                     mr. leonard piccini & ms. leatha nonnemaker, the cosmetology instructors are organizing the thirty second annual hair-a-thon. licensed cosmetologist will be present to help mr. piccini & ms. nonnemaker in supervising the students’ work duringthe event.            formore information call the school’s cosmetology department at 570-629-2001.        

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  • March 3, 2014 Hair-A-Thon Article Library App

    march 3, 2014 hair-a-thon news release bartonsville—the cosmetology students of the monroe career & technical institute will sponsor a hair-a-thon, which is a skills usa community service project. this event will be held monday, march 3rit from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. taking the last clients at 4:00 p.m. this event will be held at the monroe career & technical institute in bartonsville, pennsylvania. all proceeds will benefit the monroe county diabetic society. services available during the event will include perms, highlights, cuts, styles, hair conditioning, facials, manicures, pedicures, and lots more. please plan on attending. ms. nonnemaker and mrs. joy silverstein, the cosmetology instructors are organizing the thirty fourth annual hair-a-thon. licensed cosmetologists will be present to help ms. nonnemaker and mrs. silverstein to supervise the students’ work during the event. if school is closed on march 3rd due to inclement weather the rescedule date will be monday, april 7, 2014. for more information call the school’s cosmetology department at 570-629-2001.

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  • Program of Study Flex Editor App

     the following is a list of tasks the students will study in the horticulture program   100 demonstrate safety 101  identify and follow all general safety, laboratory safety and field-site safety practices and procedures in horticulture. 102 identify and follow all osha safety standards for the horticulture services industry. 103 identify and follow procedures written in the material safety data sheet (msds) information system. 104 demonstrate the safe use of  horticulture equipment. 105 select the proper  protective clothing and equipment. 106 demonstrate basic first aid procedures for injuries. 200 demonstrate safe and proper plant health care practices 201 practice safety when controlling weeds, insects, and plant diseases. 202 read and interpret horticulture product labels. 203 properly calculate and mix quantities of horticultural products used in plant health care. 204 demonstrate knowledge of federal and state pesticide laws. 205 define the concept of, “plant health care,” such as disease, nutrients etc. 206 distinguish the components of an integrated pest management program including the effects of chemicals and pesticides on the environment 207 identify various horticultural pests including their signs and symptoms. 208 identify and use equipment for the application of plant health care products. 300 demonstrate knowledge of basic botany 301 describe the process of photosynthesis, respiration, translocation, and transpiration. 302 identify plant cell structure, organization and function. 303 identify plant structures and explain their functions. 304 identify conditions essential f

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  • PM Calendar Calendar

    Students of the Architetural session will visit Luzerne County Community College

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  • FFA Week FFA Week

    national ffa week february 18th-25th   ffa week is celebrated to give members a chance to educate the public about agriculture.    it was decided in 1947 that ffa week would be held during the week of george washington's birthday. ffa week runs from saturday to saturday through february 22, george washington's birthday.     during ffa week, chapters host different events such as; teacher appreciation breakfasts, competitions, volunteer community service projects and more.

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  • Overview Overview

      the goal of interact is to encourage and foster the advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of youth united in the ideal of service. interact clubs organize a variety of projects and activities that depend primarily on the intere sts of club members. within the interact program, all clubs work to enhance leadership skills, serve their community, and expand international understanding. together, these efforts ensure a balanced club program and provide important experience and opportunities for each interactor members personal development. click on the link below to visit the mcti interact club:   https://sites.google.com/a/monroecti.org/mr-yarnall-civics-class/interact-club

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  • DECA Competitive Events States only level DECA Competitive Events

    competitive events business management & entrepreneurship events district state international entrepreneurship innovation plan - eni x x entrepreneurship - growing your own business - engb x x pa deca events entrepreneurship innovation plan - eni xxentrepreneurship - growing your own business - engb xx principles of business management & administration district state international principles of business management and administration - pbm x x x principles of finance - pfn x x x principles of hospitality and tourism - pht x x ¡Ì principles of marketing - pmk x x x individual series events district state international accounting applications series - act x x x apparel and accessories marketing - aam x x x business finance series event x x x automotive services marketing - asm x x x business services marketing - bsm x x x food marketing - fms x x x hotel and lodging management - hlm x x x human resources management series event x x x marketing management - mms x x x quick serve restaurant management - qsrm x x x restaurant and food service management - rfsm x x x retail merchandising - rms x x x sports and entertainment marketing - sem x x x logistics x x team decision making events district state international business law and ethics team decision making event - bltdm x x x buying and merchandising team decision making event - btdm x x x financial services team decision making event - ftdm x x x hospitality services team decision making event - htdm x x x sports and entertainment marketing team decision making event - stdm x x x travel and tourism team decision making event - ttdm x x x marketing communications team decision making event - mtdm x x x marketing representative events district state international advertising campaign - adc x x

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  • MCTI DECA Chapter w/ Assignments MCTI DECA Chapter Calendar w/ Assignments

    OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED 12TH GRADERS Hazel Carrera

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  • MCTI DECA Chapter w/ Assignments MCTI DECA Chapter Calendar w/ Assignments

    OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED 12 GRADERS Hazel Carrera

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  • MCTI DECA Chapter w/ Assignments MCTI DECA Chapter Calendar w/ Assignments

    OPEN TO ALL INTERESTED 12 GRADERS Hazel Carrera

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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.  

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  • Calendar Calendar

    Strudents are prepared to go into the community and share the work of the SkillsUSA Council.

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  • SkillsUSA 2012-2013 SkillsUSA 2012-2013

    - - skillsusa theme, partners and programs: theme: the competition theme for the 2012-2013 school year is skillsusa: champions at work , skilled and motivated. the topic to be addressed by the contestants in the chapter display, prepared speech and promotional bulletin board contests is how our slogan, skillsusa: champions at work, relates to our national program of work in the area of professional development.   partners: in 2012, more than 16, 600 teachers and school administrators served as professional skillsusa members and advisers. more than 1,100 business, industry and labor sponsors actively support skillsusa at the national level through financial aid, in-kind contributions, and involvement of their people in skillsusa activities. many more work directly with state associations and local chapters.   programs: skillsusa programs include local, state, and national competitions in which students demonstrate occupational and leadership skills. at the annual national-level skillsusa championships, over 5,500 students compete in 94 occupational and leadership skill areas. skillsusa programs also help to establish industry standards for job training in the lab and classroom, and promote community service. skillsusa is recognized by the u.s department of education and is cited as a "successful model of employer-driven youth development training program" by the u.s department of labor .  skillsusa emblem        

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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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  • HOSA Creed HOSA Creed

    the hosa creed     i believe in the health care profession.   i believe in the profession for which i am being trained; and in the opportunities which my training offers.   i believe in education.   i believe that through education, i will be able to make the greatest use of my skills, knowledge and experience in order to become a contributing member of the health care team and my community.   i believe in myself.   i believe that by using the knowledge and skills of my profession i will become more aware of myself. through fulfilling these goals i will become a more responsible citizen.   i believe that each individual is important in his or her own right; therefore, i will treat each person with respect and love.   to this end, i dedicate my training, my skills, and myself to serve others, through hosa.

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  • Overview Overview

    welcome to   purpose the purpose of the hosa organization is to develop leadership and technical hosa skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the health science education instructional program. mission the mission of hosa is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community. goals the goals that hosa believes are vital to each member are: to promote physical, mental and social well being. to develop effective leadership qualities and skills. to develop the ability to communicate more effectively with people. to develop character. to develop responsible citizenship traits. to understand the importance of pleasing oneself as well as being of service to others. to build self-confidence and pride in one's work. to make realistic career choices and seek successful employment in the health care field. to develop an understanding of the importance in interacting and cooperating with other students and organizations. to encourage individual and group achievement. to develop an understanding of current health care issues, environmental concerns, and survival needs of the community, the nation and the world. to encourage involvement in local, state and national health care and education projects. to support health science education instructional objectives. to promote career opportunities in health care.

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