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Law Enforcement Students assisted Forty Fort Borough pass out recycling calendars as part of a community service project over the winter break. (Click Image for Full View)

Student Recognition

Community Service Project
Left to Right: Mr. Hunsinger, Noah Miller, Brian Lupher, Gavin Burke, Ricki George and Forty Fort Officer Matthew Smith



Law Enforcement students assisted the Kingston Police Department with their second annual Teen Buckle-Up Campaign. Kingston Police applied for and reviewed a grant to educate teen drivers on the importance of using their seat belts. Law Enforcement students handed out brochures to help educate the teen drivers. (Click Image for Full View)

Student Recognition

Teen Buckle-Up Campaign
Front Row: Dylan Dundore 9th Grade, Mykenna Dekin 9th Grade, Noah Miller 10th Grade, Joshua Bonetski 9th Grade, Joseph Chacke 11th Grade. Second Row: Mr. Hunsinger, Officer Matthew Bonawits, Sergeant Thomas McTague, Ricki George 11th Grade, Gavin Burke 11th Grade, Tyler Vitale 11th Grade, Kelsey Hawk 12th Grade, Gabrielle Witten 12th Grade, Sergeant Samuel Blaski, Officer John Sosnoski and Assistant Director Rick Rava



Student Recognition

Junior Leadership - Class of 2016/2017
From Left: David Paulauskas, J.O.C. President; Veranda Stritzinger, Culinary Program; Richard Rava, Assistant Director/Principal



Student Recognition

Junior Leadership - Class of 2016/2017
From Left: David Paulauskas, J.O.C. President; Jonathan Heatherman, Cosmetology Program; Richard Rava, Assistant Director/Principal



Student Recognition

Junior Leadership - Class of 2015/2016
From Left: David Paulauskas, J.O.C. President; Mark Coolbaugh, Electrical Program; Richard Rava, Assistant Director/Principal