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  • Vo-Tech Students Team Up for Conservation Project

    Students in the Sustainable Sciences Academy at UCTECH participate in their first of many scheduled conservation projects partnered with the Union County Park System. Their first project involved removing invasive species (barberry and winged euonymus) to preserve the biodiversity of Red Hill and building up trail beds to improve access to the trail.  For more information click here.

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  • West Hall Addition Ribbon Cutting

    Union County Freeholder Vice Chairman Bruce H. Bergen and Freeholders Bette Jane Kowalski, Alexander Mirabella and Christopher Hudak joined Union County Vocational-Technical Schools Superintendent Peter A. Capodice and Interim Executive Union County Schools Superintendent Roger Jinks in cutting the ribbon officially opening the new West Hall building at the Union County Vocational-Technical Schools campus in Scotch Plains. They were joined by Union County Deputy County Manager William Reyes and Board of Education members Lawrence Caroselli and Jean Perkins and School Administrator Sue Anne Marcello.

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  • AAHS 12th Grade Student Wins National Health Sciences Competition

    Congratulations to Academy for Allied Health Sciences 12th grader Justin O.  Justin placed 1st in the nation in the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) competition for Job-seeking Skills at the 2015 HOSA national championships in Anaheim, CA.  Justin led a group of AAHS students that had two teams place 2nd and another place in 3rd place in the nation.  We are so proud of Justin and his HOSA classmates for their dedication to and passion for learning about Health Sciences. Thank you also to the HOSA advisors for AAHS, Ms. Wendy Larsen and Ms. Elizabeth Varga, and Snra. Iturregui and Ms. Davidson for attending the trip.

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  • Girls Who Code

    UCVTS is proud to congratulate Canita Capindica, a senior at AIT and Hanna-Lee Harjono, a junior at UCTECH, on their recent graduation from the Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program at NJIT. More information on the program is available here.

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    AIT would like to congratulate the talented student creators of the AIT APP, Saran Mumick and Tyler Wu.  The AIT APP is available on the App Store at no cost. Click here for app.

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