The Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County (CTCLC) is a consortium of nine school districts in the Northeastern Region of Pennsylvania. Opened in 1973 for the high school students of our area, The Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County provides instruction in sixteen different
career areas.

The Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities. Career and technical education program offerings include: health; public safety; child care; auto body repair; automotive technology; welding; computer systems; visual art; cosmetology; building trades; graphic arts; and culinary. Inquiries may be directed to the Career Technology Center’s Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504 Coordinator at 3201 Rockwell Avenue, Scranton, PA 18508 or 570-346-8471.

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November Student of the Month11/24/2014

Culinary Arts student Connor Gilbride has been nominated November Student of the Month by his instructor, Mr. Mark McAndrew. Connor is a senior at Scranton High School and has been described as “a very respectful, focused student.” He is a member of the National Technical Honor Society, CTC Student Ambassador, SKILLS USA Competitor and Eagle Scout. Connor works part-time at the Jewish Home as a dietary aide. He has been recently accepted to both the Culinary Institute of America and Johnson and Wales where he plans to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in Culinary Arts.

 

(L to R) Chef Mark McAndrew, Connor Gilbride.

National Restaurant Association to certify ServSafe® course participants09/19/2014

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) food employee certification regulations states that food establishments regulated by the PDA or a local health agency must employ at least one supervisory employee who has successfully completed a certified food-safety training course. This course fulfills the PDA requirements for the food employee certification regulation.

The National Restaurant Association will certify participants who complete the ServSafe® course and pass the exam in food safety and sanitation begining October 21, 2014. If you would like more information contact Colleen Stepanovich at 570-346-8471 ext. 167 or cstepanovich@ctclc.edu

 

The Sanitation Challenge:

•The Microworld—Bacteria, Viruses, Parasites, and Fungi

•Contamination and Foodborne Illness

•The Safe Food Handler

 

Clean and Sanitary Facilities and Equipment:

•Cleaning and Sanitizing

•Integrated Pest Management

 

Flow of Food Through the Operation:

•Storage, Preparation, and Serving

•Principles of a Hazard Analysis and Critical Point System

 

Sanitation Management:

•Food-Safety Regulations and Standards

•Employee Food-Safety Training

WNEP Home and Backyard Segment05/27/2014

WNEP recently taped a segment of their Home and Backyard show at CTC Watch it NOW to see out talented students!

WNEP Home and Backyard segment taped at CTC today05/05/2014

WNEP TV's Home and Backyard taped a segment at CTC today. Please watch on May 24th at 9 am to see our talented students!

 

    

 

WNEP TV's Home and Backyard taped a segment at CTC today. Please watch on May 24th at 9 am to see our talented students!

Update Now!09/04/2011

School Notifications update your info now

Parents and guardians should use this link to update your contact information (phone and/or email) so that CTCLC can automatically send out school notifications and alerts when neccessary.

Be on the list of phone or emails when there are emergencies and school closings.

Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day04/25/2014

The Career Technology Center of Lackawanna County faculty and staff participated in “The Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” on April 24th. The theme for 2014 is "Plant a Seed, Grow a Future.”

The Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, aimed at children between the ages of 6 and 18, has inspired a future generation of more than 37 million youth and adults participating at over 3.5 million workplaces each year by helping bring children into the workplace in order to explore career pathways.

( L to R) Robert Hassaj, Matt Hassaj, Alexsei Alward, Christine Menichini, Bianca Concert, Laurie Marino, Abby Marino, Nancy Van Fleet, Aubrianna Van Fleet, Amelia Van Fleet, Jake  Tigue, Jay Lipko, Natalie Lipko, Michelle Lipko, Ann Jordan, Jake Jordan, Kristen Smith, Christina Smith, Chet Lenceski, Matthew Lenceski and Kristine Lenceski.

Magdon Headed to Nationals!04/24/2014

Matt Magdon, Valley View High School senior is a gold medal winner in the Computer Programing competition and is headed to the Skills USA National Leadership Conference. The conference will be June 23-28th, 2014 in Kansas City, MO. The Skills USA Championships is the showcase for the best career and technical students in the nation!

Matt is a CTC Student Ambassador and a member of the National Technical Honor Society.  Matt works part-time at Dickson City Laser Tag as Manager/Technology Coordinator. He will be attending the University of Scranton in the fall majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics.

SKILLS USA STATE MEDAL WINNERS!04/22/2014

1st Row (L to R)  Steven Gonzalez, Scranton High School, Bronze Medal Winner, Chapter Business Procedure; Erin Rinker, North Pocono High School; Bronze  Medal Winner, Basic Health Care and Kalvin Soulsby, Valley View High School, Bronze Medal Winner, Computer Maintenance.

2nd Row (L to R)  Nicholas Newton,  Mid Valley High School, Bronze Medal Winner, Chapter Business Procedure; Jestin Krinsky, Valley View High School, Bronze Medal Winner, Chapter Business Procedure; Matt Magdon, Valley View High School, Gold Medal Winner, Computer Programing; Matthew Clutter, West Scranton High School, Bronze Medal Winner, Chapter Business Procedure and Cameron Radzicki, Mid Valley High School, Bronze Medal Winner, Medical Math

Missing from photo: Tyler Michael, Scranton High School, Bronze Medal Winner, Chapter Business Procedure and Christopher Valenza, Valley View High School, Bronze Medal Winner, Chapter Business Procedure

Several CTC students left for the Pennsylvania Skills USA State Conference held at the Hershey Conference Center!04/16/2014

Good Luck in your competitions!

Winners of district competitions advancing to states include:

Basic Health Care, Erin Rinker; North Pocono Computer Maintenance, Kalvin Soulsby, Valley View, Firefighting, Brian Ogozaly, Lakeland, Medical Math, Cameron Radzicki, Mid Valley, Masonry, Alex Polito, Lakeland, Chapter Business, Steven Gonzalez, Scranton, Chapter Business, Nicholas Newton, Mid Valley, Chapter Business, Matthew Clutter, West Scranton, Chapter Business, Jestin Krinsky, Valley View, Chapter Business, Tyler Michael, Scranton, Chapter Business, Christopher Valenza, Valley View, Computer Programming, Matt Magdon, Valley View, Telecommunications Cabling, Christopher Lewis, Scranton, Delegate, Taylor Milite, North Pocono, Delegate, Tyler Czachor, Mid Valley

What is SkillsUSA?

SkillsUSA is a national student organization that develops employability, participatory and leadership skills to complement the occupational skills developed by students in technical education classrooms or work-based learning sites. 

Child Care Student Earns Award for Excellence04/16/2014

Meghan Williams, a junior from West Scranton High School has been given the Child Development Award for Excellence from instructor Kristine Lenceski. ³Meghan demonstrates integrity and dedication to the program.  She goes above and beyond her studies while helping children grow and explore,² stated Mrs. Lenceski. She is member of the National Honor Society and is a 1st degree red belt in Karate. In her spare time she enjoys swimming, biking and fishing. She wants to obtain her Bachelor¹s Degree in Early Childhood education.

 

Chef Mark McAndrew appears on LCCC's Cooking Classics Program03/19/2014

Culinary 2's Chef Mark McAndrew, Instructor of Culinary 2, appeared on Luzerne County Community College's "Cooking Classics" program, which was recently broadcast on local TV channel FOX-56.

Click the photo below to view the entire broadcast.

Chef Steve Anania appears on LCCC's Cooking Classics Program 02/24/2014

Our own Chef Steve Anania, CEC, Instructor of Culinary 1, appeared on Luzerne County Community College's "Cooking Classics" program, which was recently broadcast on local TV channel FOX-56. Click the photo below to view the entire broadcast.

what there saying at ctc of lackawaxen, pa school district

I was very excited to be able to apply myself to a program that I love. I can now see where my future is heading in computers and business.

— Elizabeth, North Pocono