Congratulations SkillsUSA Students!!!
Results So Far:
Ethan Liverett - 1st Place - Carpentry
Jonathan Howard - 1st Place - Cabinet Making
Job Information 1st Place: JohnBeth Holland
April Hambright - Welding
Open & Closing Ceremony for Officers: 4th place
Cosmetology: Class Project Display Team - 2nd Place: Carley Wiley & Brandy Johnson
Cosmetology: JohnBeth Holland Class Project Display Team: 4th Place Brylen Glasscock and Alex Haye
Cosmetology: Individual Class Project 1st Place: April Hambright
Cosmetology: 2nd Place Victoria Dodd and 3rd Lildia Dial
More Information Later...
Scholarship Opportunity for
Allen Thornton Students
Pershke Scholarship Applications are available in Mr. Hargett's office (Guidance Counselor at Allen Thornton) and the deadline to return them in is April 3, 2015
ATCTC February Student of the Month: Anna Adams
Congratulations to Allen Thornton’s “Student of the Month”: Anna Adams. Anna is a senior from Brooks High School who has attended Culinary Arts for 6 semesters!!
Anna is a very busy student at Allen Thornton where she serves as Treasurer for both SkillsUSA and National Technical Honor Society chapters. This is her second year to serve as Treasurer for both organizations. Anna, along with other members of the officer team, will be competing in the SkillsUSA Opening Ceremony competition in the near future.
According to Mrs. Carole Pongetti, Culinary Arts instructor, Anna is an excellent student who has demonstrated good character and outstanding leadership skills in the classroom. She is a friendly, outgoing young lady who is well-liked and respected by her peers and teachers.
In addition to Anna’s extracurriculars at ATCTC, she is also a member of the Brooks Key Club, FBLA, Diamond Girls. After graduation, Anna plans to attend NWS-CC and pursue a career as an RN. Congratulations, Anna!!
Great Work Ad Design Students!!!
Congratulations to Mrs. Muck and many of her Advertising Design students whose work is on exhibit at the Kennedy-Douglass Center for the Arts’ 2015 Artistic Renderings of Youth. The exhibit is open to the public through April 10th.
Two Ad Design students received Special Recognition for their work:
Hunter Smith – Best Computer Generated -Division III
Krysta Neeley – Best 3-Dimensional -Divison II
SkillsUSA Competition March 20th -
We wish all our students the very BEST as they represent our school!!!
Congratulations to Beth Wallace...
2014-2015 Allen Thornton Career Technical Center's
Teacher of the Year!!!
Mrs. Wallace is in her 12th year of teaching Cosmetology in the Lauderdale County School System. Prior to that, she taught 5 years at Northwest Shoals Community College.
Mrs. Wallace and her husband, Stan, have two sons: Bryant and Jesse who attend Rogers High School. The Wallace’s live in the Greenhill community.
Congratulations, Mrs. Wallace!
SkillsUSA 2014-2015 Officers