Coming Up in March . . .
- 3/31/17 - Robotics Competition in Troy
Do you or do you know someone else that would like to learn more about the Taylor Career Center? Come to the Open House and bring a friend, or two. April 25th, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. See the flyer.
Chopping Block -
- Chopping Block March Calendar
- YUM!!! - Check out some of the goodies sold at the Chopping Block.
- Pictures from the last Fish Fry.
Some of the PAES kids in their Student of the Month hoodies. Great job!
Talk about hands-on . . .
In February, the Career Center's E.M.T. class took delivery of a retired ambulance, graciously donated by Superior Ambulance of Michigan. The students have been extremely excited to put the ambulance to good use, practicing such things as loading and unloading a patient from the ambulance, learning what it's like to work within a confined space, treating a patient while transporting to the hospital. The E.M.T. class will benefit from this piece of equipment for years to come. The students and staff would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to Mr. Andy Brown of Superior Ambulance, and Mr. Blaine Honeycutt, Taylor School Board President, and those who made this opportunity happen - Thank you!
EMT's Ambulance - 2017
The Kennedy DECA Club sent four students to represent Kennedy High School at the DECA State Career Development Conference March 10-12 in Detroit, Michigan. Kyle Wright, Violet Ramage, Makayla Reed, and Dominick Brock went up against other finalists in the Leadership and Teamwork event and Marketing Communications competition. Kennedy High School did not have any International Qualifiers but all students left the conference with enhanced skills in professionalism, independence, leadership, and teamwork.
Merwin's Hats and Scarves - Career Center 2017
Hats for the Homeless
Mrs. Lisa Merwin, Robotics TNT 280 parent and former Kennedy teacher, donated 66 hats and several scarves to a recent clothing drive to help the homeless during the winter months. Mrs. Merwin not only donated all of these items…she actually handmade each and every item. Some hats were crotchet while others were knitted. All of the hats and scarves were made while Mrs. Merwin spent countless hours at home and in the hospital caring for her husband, Mr. Keith Merwin. Mr. Merwin was also a teacher at John F. Kennedy High School. Mr. Merwin sadly passed away on Thursday February 16th. The Career Center staff and students would like extend our prayers and support to the entire Merwin family. We would also like to say thank you once again to Lisa Merwin for her kind and giving heart.