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Webster County Area Technology Center

                   Alaina Lancaster                           

                                Alaina Lancaster, ATC Principal                                                                  

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With high expectations and strong partnerships,

Kentucky Tech will actively engage all students in the mastery of academic and technical skills needed to be ready for college and a career.

We Believe* Students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process.

* Students learn best when our staff maintains high expectations for learning.

* Students are motivated to learn when classroom instruction is related to real-world applications.               

* All students in our school need to have an equal opportunity to learn.

* A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.

* Students learn best when instruction incorporates both academic and technical skills.

* Effective school leaders engage in practices that support the ongoing improvement of teaching and student performance.

* Teachers, administrators, parents, and the community, share the responsibility for helping students learn.

 KENTUCKY TECH

                                                                         Get Technical . . . It Pays! 

KY TECH

Office of Career and Technical Education, Education and Workforce Development Cabinet – July 2010

An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D

 

The Webster County Area Technology Center (ATC) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or marital status in admission to career and technical education programs and/or activities, or employment practices in accordance with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Revised 1992, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. For more information, contact Webster County ATC, PO Box 230, 325 State Route 1340, Dixon, KY 42409 or 270-639-5035. Webster County ATC offers the following career and technical education programs: Business Education, Computer Aided Design, Industrial Maintenance Technology, Machine Tool Technology, and Health Sciences. Students in these programs are encouraged to participate in a career and technical student organization such as Skills USA, FBLA, or HOSA. For more information about Webster County ATC please call 270-639-5035

Latest News

ATC Fall Newsletter 2019
Commissioner of Education Visits the Area Technology Center

Commissioner, Dr. Wayne Lewis; Amanda Ellis, Deputy Commissioner; Kristel Smith, Director of KDE Government Relations; Tom Thompson, Director of KY Technical Schools; paid a visit to the Webster County Area Technology Center on 10-16-19. The group was accompanied by Webster County school and district administrators: Senator Robby Mills: Representative Jim Gooch; Steve Henry, County Judge Executive; Larry Garrity, Administrative Consultant for the Office of Career and Technical Education and Student Transition; and Webster County Board Members, Mickey Dunbar, Cameron Edwards, and Venita Murphy. The purpose of the visit was to tour the ATC classrooms, meet the teachers and talk to some of the students. Dr. Lewis plans to visit all of the technology schools in the state. 
After spending the morning at the ATC, Dr. Lewis and other administrators traveled to Sebree Elementary for a visit.

                   Dr. Lewis and adms. ATC whole class

                   Justin Newton ATC  Dr. Lewis 

1WC Council of Councils Meeting

The WCBOE met with the Council of Councils on Sept. 9th. District administrators and directors, school councils, and students participated in the meeting.

Dan Munchbach from the US Census Bureau shared information about the 2020 Census and the important role it plays in funding for our school districts.
WC District Administrators and Directors shared information about activities that took place over the summer and the status of various district initiatives and projects.

In keeping with the district's focus on "Future Ready Learners," WCMS students and Dwayne Buchanan, WCMS Science teacher, shared drone and robot (STEM) demonstrations.

Supt. Rhonda Callaway, asked participants and councils to compile a list of strengths and things that would be an opportunity for improvement in their schools.
Students then shared their lists with the whole group. The feedback is compiled and provided to each council and district administrators.

                     Dixon Council of Councils 19 WCMS students at C of C 19

                     Mr. Harrel at C of C 19 Sebree C of C 19

Congratulations Mr. Jeff Jones!

Congratulations to Mr. Jeff Jones, the August 2019 1WC Certified Staff Employee of the Month!  We appreciate you!!

Jeff Jones 1WC Employee

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