Allen Thornton Career Technical Center

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  • Congratulations to Jordan Steen on being selected as the ATCTC “Employee of the Month” for March 2019. 

    Jordan Steen-March Employee of the Month

    Jordan is a senior at Lexington High School where he has a 3.8 GPA. He is currently enrolled in Mr. Berrens’ Cutting Edge Machining class. This is his 6th class to complete at ATCTC. Jordan is a dedicated and dependable student. He is a leader in the classroom, always going above and beyond what is expected of him. Jordan is highly skilled at programming using MasterCam, Aspire, Autodesk Fusion 360, and Haas CNC mill and lathe. He has completed several special request projects for the public while at Allen Thornton. Jordan competed in Related Technical Math and placed first at the District SkillsUSA competition, first at the State SkillsUSA competition, and advanced to the National competition in 2018. He has been CEO of the Lexington Robotics Team for the past three years. He is a member of the National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, and the National Society for High School Scholars. Jordan has also credentialed in Autodesk Revit and Autodesk Inventor.

     


  • Congratulations to Holden Weathers. He has been selected as the LCSS Career Tech Student of the Month for March!

    Holden Weathers-March Student of the Month

    Holden is a senior at Lexington High School where he has a 3.7 GPA. Holden is currently enrolled in his 2nd Agriscience class with Mr. McCafferty. He is a member of FCCLA, FBLA, FFA, FCA, National Technical Honor Society, National Jr. Honor Society, and First Priority. He competed on the FBLA State Competition Team and at SkillsUSA. Holden currently serves as the reporter for FBLA. He is a past officer in FFA where he competed in the Agricultural Mechanics Career Development Event. He has credentialed in both Certified Beef Quality Assurance and Microsoft Office. He is a member of the football and golf teams and serves as a school ambassador. He was recently selected as the Shoals Scholar Dollar Student of the Year representative and was voted as Mr. Lexington High School. Holden is currently completing his second year in the electrical systems program at Allen Thornton Career Technical Center. While at Allen Thornton, Holden has credentialed in NCCER Core and is currently working toward his Electrical One certification. He placed fourth in the Job Demo competition at SkillsUSA District last year. Holden is a proven leader who has a positive attitude each and every day.

     

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