Hawk Talk

Weekly highlights for and from our amazing CMTHS students.


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Mr. Joe Renzi - Public Safety Instructor

Mr. Renzi is an outstanding teacher that comes with 14 years of experience in law enforcement. Due to all of his experience, Mr. Renzi is able to set up his lessons with real-life scenarios that a person would face in law enforcement. The mutual respect in this teacher’s classroom provides a supportive and collaborative environment for the students. His easy-going personality is a pleasure to be around. Thank you, Mr. Renzi, for all that you do at CMTHS. You are simply the best!
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Video, Sound & Music Production Program Highlights Safe 2 Say in a Student Project


Students will be working on a Marketing Campaign to learn about and promote the Safe2Say Something program created from the results of the tragic events that occurred at Sandy Hook elementary. Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The program teaches youth and adults how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to “say something” BEFORE it is too late.

The 1st Year Students are assigned to create a print and social media campaign by creating a social media post and poster.

The 2nd Year Students in-class are assigned to work in groups to create a 2-3 Public Service Announcement video.

The 2nd Year Virtual Students are assigned to create a 60-second radio PSA.

All students are required to download the app and learn how to navigate it. Then they are to go into the “What to Report” section tab and pick a topic (ex: bullying, threats, self-harm, vandalism, etc.), which will be the theme of their project.


Create Professional Visuals from your Phone to your Computer

Joke of the Week!

I've got a great joke about construction, but I'm still working on it.
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Central Montco Technical High School

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