There is a lot happening at Tech! Check out the images below of classroom activities, our CTE shops, school events and much more. Images are added often so check back frequently.
Timyra Granger of Hazelwood Central, heads skyward during a recent visit to an Ameren training site. Thanks for the support Ameren - you really lift our students up! #ThisIsTech
Troy Whitley, from McCluer North High School, took part in power delivery trainings today thanks to our generous industry partner, Ameren Missouri. He is one of our Skilled Craft Education Program students and visits Ameren training sites, power plants, and their headquarters throughout the year in preparation for a pre-employment exam. #ThisIsTech
Thanks to Spire Energy for hosting our students at their training center last week. Students from HVAC, Welding, General Construction, Precision Machining, Electrical and Carpentry are all given the opportunity to participate the Spire Skilled Craft Education program - a Tech exclusive! Did you apply yet? #ThisIsTech
SSD is monitoring the winter storm warning and potential accumulation of snow. Currently, North Technical High School will be open tomorrow, Friday, January 11. An update will be posted mid-morning tomorrow.
We asked our students what they were most looking forward to at North Tech this semester and we love the responses! #ThisIsTech
Exotic animals are always around in our Veterinary Assistant program! #CTE#ThisisTech
Veterinary Assistant students Amir Abdullah, Brianna Mitchell and Jayda Lucas, gave the resident bunny a much needed haircut this morning! Applications are now being accepted for this program for Fall 2019. #ThisisTech
Our junior HVAC students get #realworldskills working with air-conditioning wiring schematics. We are now accepting applications for Fall 2019 in all programs, including our construction pathways. #ThisIsTech#construction
Construction Innovations Juniors Sam Walton, Ollie Leflore-Carter, and Jashaun Sneed are getting real world experience in electrical work. Their program has been assisting the maintenance team in a building-wide lighting upgrade and students are working independently on the job daily. #realworldskills#ThisIsTech
Precision Machining senior Hillary Thee Sanchez (Ritenour High School) met with producers from Nine Network's @americangraduate series to talk about her reasons for choosing the class and her plans to study mechanical engineering after graduation (that's her chess board design too!). Learn more about Precision Machining and submit your application now at bit.ly/2KSankL. #ThisIsTech#precisionmachining#mechanicalengineering#CTE#realworldskills
Be ready for the runway by graduation! Our Fashion Design major teaches students how to use the techniques⠀
of top designers to illustrate and tailor garments. Learn sewing, pattern making, design principals, and more as you prepare to present your work to regional experts and produce a full scale fashion show. Applications for next fall are now being accepted. #ThisIsTech
Congratulations to Assistant Superintendent of College & Career Readiness Dr. Dave Baker for being honored at the @ConstructforSTL’s Building For Tomorrow awards. He received the Working Relationships award in recognition of his leadership in the growth of Win-Win relationships among labor, organizations, and businesses in the construction community. Dr. Baker credits his construction teaching staff for this recognition, saying the honor belongs to them.
Over 100 North Tech students donated blood during the @SkillsUSAMO Blood Drive Friday. We are so proud of the generosity of you all - thank you everyone! #ThisIsTech
Thanks again to @AmerenMissouri for working with our students today on behavioral interview skills and introducing them to the work involved in their Meter Department. #ThisIsTech
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