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The Central Kentucky Welding Classic, hosted by instructor Chris King, was held at Harrodsburg Area Technology Center Friday,December 4th, 2015. Three Montgomery County students competed among 75 kids that attended. In all there were 25 counties that attended the competition. Jonathan Glass, Isaiah Danis, and Travis Mobley earned 5th place in the event. Travis Mobley won an auto darkening welding helmet donated by Lincoln Electric valued at $250. He won it through a raffle that was held during the competition. These students were awarded a trophy along with prizes for their commitment.
Montgomery County students also competed in the Capital City Welding Classic that was held on Friday, January 29th 2016. Randy Shewmaker hosted the competition at Franklin County Career and Tech Center. Travis Mobley, Isaiah Danis, and Jonathan Glass made up the team that represented Montgomery County Area Tech Center at the competition. They were among 60 kids that competed in this years event. These students earned 5th place as a team while Jonathan Glass took third place as an individual. By capturing third place he was granted a $5000 scholarship to attend Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville Florida. The students were awarded prizes and trophies for their dedication, quality and attention to detail.
April 27th, 2016
Congratulations to everyone who competed!
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December 2nd, 2015
Canned Food Drive
The Montgomery County ATC FBLA chapter recently held a canned food drive for the Thanksgiving holiday. Through the midst of several other canned food events going on, the FBLA students still managed to collect several cans and non-perishable items to be donated. After considering options on where to donate the items, the officers agreed upon donating the items, the officers agreed upon donating the items to the Montgomery County Homeless Coalition. The canned goods and non-perishable items were delivered to Amy Conley on November 25, 2015.
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September 10th, 2015
Montgomery Co. ATC Business Department
Becomes an Official
Microsoft IT Academy!
Advanced Computer Applications and Digital Literacy students at the Montgomery Co. ATC will have the opportunity to become Microsoft Certified. Microsoft Certification students are excited to be members of a
Microsoft IT Academy as of August 1, 2015.
Students are earning Microsoft Certifications in Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint which brings them one step closer to being “Career” ready!
September 16th, 2015
MONTGOMERY COUNTY ATC AUGUST STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
The faculty and staff of Montgomery County Area Technology Center are pleased to announce the individuals selected as August Students of the Month. The students were nominated by teachers in the various program areas. In order to be nominated for the award a student must have excellent grades in all technical classes, is a member of a career and technical student organization, possess a good attendance record, and portray outstanding behavior.
The following students were presented with a certificate of achievement and a prize, and pictures of the students have been displayed in the ATC for all students to view.
Auto Tech – Rusty Compton, Bath County High School
Carpentry – Jonathan Cassidy, Montgomery County High School
Health Science – Drew Evans, Menifee County High School
Business – Tara Bailey, Montgomery County High School
Welding Technology – Dakota Staton, Menifee County High School
September 18th, 2015