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We are excited to welcome a new teacher to LycoCTC. Mr. Jeremy Brown is teaching our Criminal Justice program. Jeremy has 25 years of experience working in law enforcement. He has had the opportunity to work in several law enforcement positions including Corrections, Patrol, Community Policing, Criminal Interdiction, Undercover Operations, SWAT and Investigative.
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We are also excited to welcome a new staff member to LycoCTC. Eric Hall is the new Automotive Technology assistant. Eric has 25 years of experience and a proven knowledge of inspections, safety assessments and repair actions. He has been a Machinist/Mechanic for many years.
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The Lycoming Career and Technology Center is pleased to announce Haiden Shawl as Rotary/LycoCTC Student of the Month for February 2023. Haiden, son of Amiee Shawl of Hughesville, PA, has received this honor based upon his outstanding work ethic, attendance, behavior, community service, and the recommendation of his LycoCTC Construction Technology instructor. A Hughesville High School senior, Haiden is in his second year at LycoCTC where he has worked on a number of construction projects including building props for a local community theater and rebuilding bleachers at the East Lycoming Baseball-Softball Fields. Outside of school, Haiden works in the deli department at TJ’s Market in Hughesville, and enjoys spending time on the farm doing projects and caring for his animals.

Following graduation in June 2023, Haiden plans on joining the workforce in the construction trades area specializing in the HVAC field.

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SkillsUSA District Winners

We are proud to announce that the following students placed 1st at the SkillsUSA District competition in February. They advance to compete April 12th-14th in Hershey at the state competition!

Jaylyn Gardner- Criminal Justice

Paige Kepner- Extemporaneous Speaking

Victoria Vogt- Job Skill O

Lorrene Jacobs- Quiz Bowl

Haydn Maneval- Quiz Bowl

Paul Ragan- Quiz Bowl

Bella Shoemaker- Quiz Bowl

All of our students did an excellent job at the competition. We had 10 students place 2nd and 15 students place 3rd!

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Pictured above is the Quiz Bowl - Criminal Justice team that took 1st place!

Lorrene Jacobs- Muncy

Haydn Maneval- Hughesville

Austin Starr- Hughesville

Paul Ragan- Hughesville

Bella Shoemaker- Hughesville

Automotive Technology Level 1

Students are hard at work learning different skills. The first picture is two of our Benton students performing a compression test and timing belt on an engine. The second picture is two of our Loyalsock students removing a valve cover to extract a bolt from an engine.
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Automotive Technology Level 2/3

The first picture is Lyco students using trainer cars for electrical diagnostic challenges.

The second picture is of Lyco students preparing for the NOCTI performance. They are mounting and balancing tires.

The third picture is Lyco students learning to rebuild engines as part of the core areas covered in Automotive.

Computer Systems Technology

Lyco students in the PM class swapped their PC’s components into new mid-tower cases. New parts and equipment are rotated into the CST classroom every year.
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Construction Technology

The first picture below are Lyco students Leah Vest ( Muncy) and Carson Hess ( WR). They are building a model garage. They are calculating the cost.

The second picture is Teagan Hagenbuch ( WR) and Camden Yoder ( WR) calculating dimensions. They are figuring out the cost of the materials for the model garage.

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Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice students learn about the court system with a mock trial. Instructor Jeremy Brown acts as judge.
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Culinary Arts

The students in Culinary were able to practice their serving skills. Students from every class came to the cafe and were able to order food. Half the Culinary students seated the guest, took their orders and served them their food. The other half of the class prepared and cooked the food. The culinary students swapped positions the following day. As always the food was delicious and the students did an excellent job serving!

The menu was..

Seared Ahi Tuna over Asian Noodles

Grilled or Traditional Pizza or Calzone

Panna Cotta with Raspberry Sauce

Early Childhood

The children have been learning about pets and the Lyco student teachers brought a "field trip" to our classroom. Missy Black came to the morning and afternoon preschools to talk about dog safety and how to take care of the animals in our homes. The ECE class donated many items for the animals at the Lycoming County SPCA.

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Health Careers Level 1

Students in the Level 1 Health class are practicing taking patient vital signs.

Health Careers Level 2/3

Students in the level 2/3 Health class are practicing many different skills.

Brock King (Hughesville) ready to assist a patient with a bedpan.

Gelia White (Loyalsock) makes an occupied bed.

Victoria Vogt (Muncy) empties a Foley catheter.


Brandon Flannery-Montoursville 2014-Computer Systems

Brandon Flannery is a 2014 graduate from Montoursville High School. He was in the LycoCTC Computer Systems program. During his time at LycoCTC, Brandon participated in the Cooperative Education Program. He did his co- op at Young Industries, Inc as a PC Technician. In Brandon's words, it was invaluable, not just to get hands-on experience with the technology, but to be out in the workforce and get accustomed to the day-to-day. After graduating high school, Brandon went to Pennsylvania College of Technology. He graduated with a B.S. of Information Technology, Network Specialist focus, and an A.A.S. of Information Technology, Technical Support focus. Brandon now works at LycoCTC as the Computer Systems teacher! In September 2022 he was hired as a long-term substitute and in February 2023 he became our full time instructor.
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March 2nd - Professional Advisory Committee Meeting

March 6th - Teacher In-Service Day

March 13th-24th - NOCTI Performance Test

March 16th - Joint Operating Committee Meeting

March 23rd - End of 3rd Marking Period

March 27th-April 4th - NOCTI Written Test


Mr. Michael Mamrak, President- East Lycoming

Dr. Carolyn Strickland- Loyalsock

Mr. Dave Shimmel- Montoursville

Mr. David Messenger- Muncy

Mr. Douglas Whitmoyer- Warrior Run


Dr. Craig Skaluba, Superintendent of Record- Muncy

Mr. Gerald McLaughlin- Loyalsock

Mrs. Christina Bason- Montoursville

Dr. Mark Stamm- East Lycoming

Dr. Thor Edmiston- Warrior Run