Anti-bullying by design

Congratulations to the following Advertising Design students who were all semifinalists in the Antonelli Anti-bullying Art and Photography contest: from left, Lauree Dotterer, poster design; Jennifer Medina, photography; Crystal Santana, poster design; Brianna Espada, photography.

Advertising Design students display their contest certificates


Scholarship Awarded

Senior Automotive Technology student Thalia Rosa received a $1,000 scholarship toward her post-secondary education. The award was presented to her by the Skyline Drive Corvette Club. Thalia will be attending Automotive Training Center in Exton, PA. Congratulations, Thalia, and best of luck to you as you continue your education!

Automotive Technology students receive scholarships to post-secondary education

Reach Out and Read

Early Childhood Education students lent a hand to a program that gives young children and families access to books and the joys of reading.

Students in Mrs. Yobb’s class pasted stickers into donated children’s books to identify them as part of the Reach Out and Read program, which gives young children a foundation for success by incorporating books into pediatric care and encouraging families to read aloud together.

Students volunteer for Reach Out and Read program

A student pastes a sticker into a donated children's bookThe books will be used by South East Lancaster Health Services, where Kathleen Brumbach works as a physician assistant. Mrs. Brumbach is the wife of RMCTC bricklaying instructor Lee Brumbach. Families at the clinic receive information and advice about the value of reading, as well as a home library of books to enjoy together.

Research shows that children who are read to by their parents develop improved language skills and a greater love of reading.

A group of students who lent a hand to a program that promotes family reading

Gold Medal Winners

Three RMCTC juniors earned top awards in a statewide culinary arts competition and will advance to national competition this summer. Winners of gold medals in the Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competition are pictured below, from left: Tianna Nesby, Sheela Bautista, and Armando Salinas. In addition to receiving medals and qualifying for nationals, the students earned scholarships to the Culinary Institute of America, Johnson and Wales University, and Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

student gold medal winners

Other RMCTC students who won gold or silver medals and qualified for national competitions include: Silver medalists Alexis Bowers and Stephanie Hemmings, Sewing and Clothing Manufacturing; and gold medalists Arielis Polanco, Cynthia Eddinger, and Amelia Moore, Early Childhood Education.

Other student winners, grouped by program, include:

Gold: John Weik
Silver: Hayley Martin, Keisha Carrion, Reece Lantz, Donelle Aponte, Brittney Sanchez

Bronze: Justin Rivera, Leslie Tolentino

Silver: Roy Gonzalez, Sabrina Flores, Stephanie Labissiere
Bronze: Isashea Rosa, Ninah Velez

Silver: Michael Velasquez, Merms Tremols, Jessica Bencosme

Community Service

Congratulations to our student chapter of the Home Builders Association for winning an Award of Excellence for outstanding community service. Kudos to everyone involved for going above and beyond for the sake of others in our community. Well done!

RMCTC student chapter of Home Builders Association

From left to right: Freddie Camacho-Rosario, Building and Property Maintenance; Jason Rivera, Building and Property Maintenance; Mr. Stephen Weber, Carpentry teacher; Jose Zalapa-Alonso, Carpentry; Brandon Sanchez, Building and Property Maintenance; and Alex Zacatzontel, Electrical Technology.

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