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WTCC Honey

The Conservation Program at WTCC has harvested honey from their beehives! The cost is $3 for a 3 oz wire hinged glass jar.


If you would like to purchase honey (proceeds benefit the student club in the Conservation program), please complete the form below and return with cash payment to Sue Stalls in the WTCC main office.


WTCC Students Visit SUNY Oswego, Fall 2018

On October 9th, seniors representing Education Professions and the Network Technician program visited SUNY Oswego.


Luke Nadzadi, Associate Director of Admissions presented an overview of the various academic and social opportunities for SUNY Oswego students. Mr. Nadzadi also shared information on the admissions process including transfer information.  SUNY Oswego senior, Peter Mancarella (from Pittsford) gave the students a tour of the campus.

Kristen Lindo, Education Professions Instructor, coordinated the trip.

KaBoom-WTCC Students Help Install Playground

On September 27th, over 100 Wayne Technical and Career Center (WTCC) students from the Carpentry, Conservation and Criminal Justice programs worked alongside volunteers to install a playground at B. Forman Park, 4507 Lake Road in Williamson.

The playground is a result of a grant from KaBoom along with efforts from community and business partners including: Wayne County, Motts, Williamson Rotary, Lyons National Bank and Orphix.

KaBoom, formed in 1996, has built over 3,000 playgrounds and improved over 17,000 existing play spaces. For more information on KaBoom, visit https://kaboom.org


WTCC Staff included:

Andy McVey, WTCC Principal

Adam Smith, Guidance Counselor

Peter Kelley, Carpentry Instructor

Marty Thibault, Carpentry Teacher Assistant

Walter Robarge, Conservation Instructor

Mimi Worth, Conservation Teacher Assistant

Steve Brannan, Criminal Justice Instructor

Lisa Lipp, Criminal Justice Teacher Assistant

B&B Pierce Logistics Visits Power Mechanics Students

Blair Pierce, owner of B&B Pierce Logistics, visits on October 1st with Power Mechanics afternoon students.

Mr. Pierce's son, Ken is in his 1st year in the program.

John Erwin, instructor and Robert Ficcara, Teacher Assistant 

Spa Nights at WTCC

Cosmetology Senior Trip Fundraiser 

Treat yourself to a salon service with the students and bring a friend!


To schedule an appointment call 315-589-2624 or denise.liedmann@wflboces.org