Honor Roll students have achieved a 90 or higher average in their technical program for the third marking period.
The following students have earned Quarterly Quality Student (QQS) awards at the Wayne Technical and Career Center (WTCC) in the third quarter. Quarterly Quality students have been recognized by their instructors for demonstrating exceptional skills in the following areas: Communication Skills, Personal and Workplace Behaviors, Quality Process Skills, and Specific Technical and Career Skills.
The Little Free Library at WTCC was created through collaboration between the Education Professions, Carpentry, and the Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Programs.
Monroe Community College, W-FL BOCES, and FAME (Finger Lakes Advanced Manufacturers' Enterprise) are partnering this summer to provide current 8-10th graders, the opportunity to experience first hand advanced manufacturing skills, while earning 3 college credits through MCC for FREE!
Our goal at WTCC is to provide high quality, comprehensive technical and career programs to the high school students living in Wayne County.
The Wayne Technical and Career Center (WTCC) offers state-of-the-art programs to over 450 students from 11 school districts in Wayne County.
AM session: 8:38-11:08 a.m.
PM session 12:13-2:43 p.m.
To enroll or visit, students are urged to contact their home guidance counselor.
Craig Logan, Wayne Technical and Career Center Principal, 315-589-2600
Adam Smith, Wayne Technical and Career Counselor, 315-589-2645