Lauderdale County
Allen Thornton Career Technical Center Killen, AL
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School Events
5/4/2015 to 5/12/2015
•  ACT Aspire Grades 3-8
5/10/2015
•  Mother's Day
5/12/2015
•  ACT Plus Writing - Make-Up

ATCTC April Student of the Month:  Victoria Dodd

Congratulations to Allen Thornton’s Student of the Month:  Victoria Dodd.  Victoria is a senior from Brooks High School who is enrolled in the ATCTC Cosmetology program. 

According to Mrs. Beth Wallace, cosmetology instructor, “Victoria is a great student with a great work ethic.  She is very talented in the area cosmetology, is a real team player in the classroom, and has great attendance and attitude.”

Victoria has been in the cosmetology program for two years and has competed at State SkillsUSA competitions.  She plans to continue her studies to obtain her Cosmetology License. 

Congratulations, Victoria!


TSA (Technology Student Association)

COMPETITION IN TUSCALOOSA

Two of our Allen Thornton Career Technical Center Students competed in this competition on April 29 and 30. 

 Alex Williams, LCHS

Adam Steen, Lexington High School

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These students from Allen Thornton Career Technical Center competed in the SkillsUSA competition in Birmingham April 21-23.  Programs represented are Advertising Design, Buliding Construction, Electronics, Precision Machinery, Cosmetology and Welding. 

Two ATCTC students were awarded First Place in their State SkillsUSA Competitions.  They qualify to compete at The National SkillsUSA Competition in Louisville, Kentucky this June.

Jonathan Howard
Cabinet Making - 1st Place
12th Grade - LCHS



Kristin Garrett
Advertising Design - 1st Place
12th Grade - Brooks High School


The following student was awarded First Place in the State only

SkillsUSA Competition:

Jon Beth Holland
Job Information Manual - 1st Place
12th Grade - Brooks High School


The following students were awarded Second Place in their

SkillsUSA Competitions:

April Hambright
Welding Class Project Display - Individual
12th Grade - Lexington High School



Colton Mason
Electronics Technology -2nd Place
12th Grade - Wilson High School


Group Competition:
Opening Ceremony - 2nd Place

Anna Adams
12th Grade - Brooks High School

Betty Brooks
12th Grade - Brooks High School

Brandi Dawson
12th Grade - Rogers High School

Ben Holloway
12th Grade - Waterloo High School

Nathanial Holloway
12th Grade - Waterloo High School

Courtney Milstead
12th Grade - Brooks High School

Makayla North
12th Grade - Brooks High School


The following students were awarded Third Place in their

SkillsUSA Competitions:

Ethan Liverett
Carpentry - 3rd Place
12th Grade - Lexington High School



Lydia Dial
Cosmetology - 3rd Place
11th Grade - Rogers High School

Great Job Students!!!

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  Congratulations to our Newly Elected FBLA State Secretary:

Austin Knight and his Campaign Manger:  Kristin Garrett

            Kristin Garrett (Campaign Manger) and Austin Knight

 Link to more State Conference Pictures!

 


 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


 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

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Hard Work and Dedication Pays Off!!!
Our SkillsUSA Paticipants

  
Artistic Renderings of Youth

  
TSA (Technology Student Association) COMPETITION IN TUSCALOOSA Two of our Allen Thornton Career Technical Center Students...

  
Great Work Will!

  
Congratulations Anna!!!

  
Way to Go Chance!!!

  
Ella Wallen

  
Way to go Andrew!!!

  
Great Job Joseph!

  
Great Job Colton!!!

  
Great Job Jonathan!

  
Thanks to all who attended!!!

  
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