Seven SkillsUSA members from Nelson County Area Technology Center qualified for state competition when they brought home several top awards from the Regional SkillsUSA conference, March 3, at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. State qualifiers are Wesley Gilpin, Cole Mattingly, Tyler Stumph, Colton Brewer, Garrett West, Hunter Fenley and Devan Oliver. The state competition will […]
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The Nelson County Area Technology Center (ATC) has a national award winner. Nathan Zabrecky, a 2016 Thomas Nelson graduate and member of the ATC’s SkillsUSA team, brought home a second-place national win from the 2016 National Leadership and Skills Conference at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, June 20-24. The competition involved more than 6,000 […]
Speaking to the school’s Advisory Committee recently, Nelson County Area Technology Center (NCATC) Principal Jeremey Booher reported that NCATC had last year boosted its college and career readiness ranking by 20 percent, placing it 19th in statewide rankings of the 53 state technology schools. The Advisory Committee is made up of local industry leaders who […]
The Nelson County Area Technology Center (ATC) is converting a carpentry class area to an electrical technology classroom that will include 18 booths for a hands-on approach to learning electrical skills. The center is creating an apprenticeship program in electrical technology. ATC principal Jeremey Booher informed the Nelson County Board of Education during its March […]
The Nelson County Area Technology Center (NCATC) won top honors at the Regional SkillsUSA conference March 4 in Elizabethtown and qualified 15 members for state competition April 13-16 in Louisville at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. The NCATC contingent brought home a long list of individual awards from the regional competition held at Elizabethtown Community and Technical […]
The board of education presented the monthly “Expect the Best” achievement awards at its regular meeting Feb. 16. Recipients were Alana Greenwell, a New Haven School parent; Leah Mattingly, a secretary at New Haven School; Charlie Cantrill, a teacher at the Nelson County Area Technology Center; and Alyssa Kirchner, a Foster Heights Elementary School student. […]
A number of Bloomfield Middle School students visited the Nelson County Area Technology Center on Dec. 7 to discover what courses are offered there.