Pioneer

Pioneer Career and Technology Center;s Board of Education met to approve employment of administrative personnel effective August 2, 2021.

PCTC Board of Education met to approve employment of administrative personnel effective August 2, 2021: Jeremiah Howe and Daniel Slaughter were approved for the Career Tech Supervisor jobs.

Retirement resignations approved LeAnne Bauerdick (Math Instructor) effective June 1, 2021 and Daniel Dornbier (School Counselor) effective July 1, 2021.

Laura Weyant, Colonial Health Care Center, Loudenville donated three shower chairs, five wheelchairs and three sets of curtain dividers with an approximate value of $1850. This donation will be used in the high school and adult education Medical Career Technical programs.

Lori Love, Mansfield, donated $70. To the Art Bar Scholarship fund.

E-Crane International, USA, Galion, gave $100 In memory of Tori Carman, alumni of the Web Page Design program.

Ike & Nick Costein, Willard donated $100 for the Ruth Klenke scholarship.

Thomas & Katherine Sabourin donated $100 and Dan and Kathryn Dornbier donated $50 to to the Fabela Scholarship.

Terry Sautter, Mansfield donated $2,984 in memory of her husband Ron Sautter, 1979 Carpentry Program Alumni.

Dawn Wright-Smith, Blackbaud Giving Fund, Wells Fargo donated $90 to the Alumni Endowment Scholarship fund.

The board approved Professional Development/New Technology Extended Service for Darin Beal, Paul Brown and Dave Such for ASE CEU’s online Webinar, July 26-30, 2021.

In addition, the board approved Supplemental contract for Bill Dichtl for Summer Administrative Copy Work.

The board also approved Leave Without Pay for Ariel Little, Attendance Secretary.

A request for maternity leave for Jessica Cooper, Adult Education Secretary was approved.

The board accepted resignation of Britney Lykins, P/T Education Aide effective end of 2020-21 school year.

The board also accepted resignation of Robert Banichar, Adult Education Welding Instructor effective end of 2020-21 contract year.

Courses of study for Sociology and Psychology for the 2021-2022 school year were approved as well.

Students of the Month (April) were Emily Hale and Payton Julian. Emily is enrolled in the Automotive Technology program. She is a Junior from Colonel Crawford and her parents is Robert Hale. She plans to work in a car dealership while working on high performance vehicles in the future. Payton is a junior in the Industrial Diesel program. He is from Ontario and is the son of Beth and Chris Julian. He plans to work in the Industrial Diesel field in the future.

In January, forty-five students from PC’s IT Support & Web Page Design programs participated in the BPA Regional Competitive Events. BPA Region 7 includes Madison Comprehensive High School, Vanguard Career Center, Sandusky City Schools, and PCTC. Pioneer’s Chapter Advisors are Marianne Ritchie, Web Page Instructor and Dan Foss, IT Support Instructor. Sixteen students from Pioneer earned the opportunity to compete in the Ohio BPA State competitive events. The following students qualified for the BPA Ohio Leadership Conference.

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