• METHACTON HIGH SCHOOL PROM

    Posted by sm at 3/27/2017

    Attention 11th and 12th grade Methacton students.  If you plan on attending Methacton's prom, you must purchase tickets and make arrangements with the following staff members are Methacton High School:

    CONTACT:  See Steve Kistler, John Allen or Diana Choutka @ Methacton for tickets. 

    DATE:  4/21/17

    LOCATION: Presidential Caterers

    TICKETS:  $80

     

     

     

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  • FAFSA

    Posted by sm at 11/3/2016

    It's time to fill out the FAFSA at  http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/

    1. First be sure to  Apply for your pin.

    2. Check application deadlines. The closer to January 1 of your senior year the better. If you

    don’t have all your tax forms, estimate. You should be pretty accurate as to your information

    based on personal records.

    3. New this year - you can complete the FAFSA application after October 1 of your senior year, using your previous year’s tax returns.

    4. FAFSA will send you your Student Aid Report (SAR). Review, change if necessary, and then confirm the information.

    5. Once confirmed, FAFSA will send your financial aid information to all the colleges that you have listed on the form.

    6. By late March, each individual college will send you their financial aid “package”. Review this package with your parents and guidance counselor if necesary.

     

    If you have any questions, please see your NMTCC counselor or your counselor at your sending high school.

     

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  • United Steelworkers Scholarship

    Posted by sm at 9/29/2016

    United Steelworkers – district 10 Scholarship available.  To be eligible the “applicant must be a member in good standing, or the son or daughter or legal ward of a member of a United Steelworkers, district 10 (Eastern) local union participating in the Scholarship Program; or the son or daughter or legal ward of a disabled or old age retiree or deceased member of an affiliated local union who was in good standing with the United Steelworkers at the time of their retirement of death.”

    For seniors to qualify, they also must be planning on attending an accredited college or university or a community college with plans to matriculate to a four year Bachelor’s Degree program. For more information please see Mrs. Kloss in the Guidance Department.

     

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  • SKILLS USA NATIONAL COMPETITION

    Posted by sm at 7/1/2016
     North Montco Technical Career Center is proud to announce that Zachary Fuschetto (North Penn) earned the GOLD medal in the  Restaurant Service Competition during the National SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills conference held in Kentucky this summer. Zachary earned the opportunity to compete against his peers from across the country, by previously winning a Gold Medal in the statewide competitions held in April.

     Contestants are tested on skills required in the “front of the house” of a fine restaurant. The focus is on guest service and guest relations in the dining room including: table set up; greeting guests; reservations procedures; presentation of menus; description of food, drinks, soups and specials of the day; taking orders; serving each course and clearing the table after each course; and preparation and presentation of the check and closing remarks. Contestants are judged on personal appearance, tableside manner, professionalism, ease with guests, courtesy, general knowledge and technical and verbal skills.

    North Montco Technical Career Center is proud of his accomplishments  and thanks all those who supported the Restaurant at North Montco and gave Zachary the opportunity to practice his restaurant service skills! 
     

    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.  More than 6,000 outstanding career and technical education students –– all state contest winners –– competed hands-on in 100 different trade, technical and leadership fields. Students worked against the clock and each other, proving their expertise in occupations such as electronics, computer-aided drafting, precision machining, medical assisting and culinary arts. Contests are run with the help of industry, trade associations and labor organizations, and test competencies are set by industry.

     
     
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