Tuesday, January 26, 2016

MVCTC Early Childhood Students Collected Books for Shelters

MVCTC Early Childhood Juniors collected over 600 books to be delivered to area shelters in the community.
Englewood, Ohio – The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Early Childhood Juniors collected over 600 books to be delivered to area shelters in the community. This was in conjunction with their FCCLA project “Focus on Children”. The FCCLA Leadership Service in Action program guides students to develop, plan, carry out, and evaluate projects that improve the quality of life in their communities. Leadership Service in Action helps young people build skills for family, career, and community roles; provides youth-centered learning experiences related to Family and Consumer Sciences education; and encourages young people to develop the positive character traits of trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship.

The books were donated from preschool parents, teachers at MVCTC and the local community and were donated to the YWCA of Greater Dayton, Stillwater Church, and St. Vincent de Paul.

Students in the MVCTC Junior Early Childhood Program include:

  • Abigail Adkins (Eaton)
  • Alexis Adkins (Miami East)
  • Kelsey Arden (Versailles)
  • Mariah Barber (Preble Shawnee)
  • Alexis Bellomy (Wayne)
  • Aaliyah Briner (Ansonia)
  • Kylah Colbert (Wayne)
  • Tabitha Dispennette (Vandalia)
  • Abigail Donaldson (Vandalia)
  • Desiree Johnson (Vandalia)
  • Sarah Pence (Northridge)
  • Ally Ratzel (Northmont)
  • Lydia Russell (Valley View)
  • Levi Schidecker (Vandalia)
  • Hailey Schreiber (Dixie)
  • Sarah Sheranko (Tipp City)
  • Alexis Spencer (Twin Valley South)
  • Shayla Stephan (Arcanum)
  • Olivia Stone (Tri-County North)
  • Courtney Strohmenger (Tri-Village)
  • Victoria Stump (Arcanum)
  • Kristen Timmons (Northmont)

For over 40-years, MVCTC has been providing career technical education for 27 partner school districts encompassing five counties in Southwest Ohio. MVCTC is dedicated to providing in-demand workforce training for youth, adults, and organizations in the Miami Valley.

For more information about MVCTC, visit www.mvctc.com or follow MVCTC on Facebook (Facebook.com/MVCTC) or Twitter (Twitter.com/MVCTC).

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