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Airport Art Contest Winners Gabby Toms

Congratulations to West Shore Media Art & Design students Yazmin Leon-Torres (Westlake), Natalya Rosendal (Bay Village), Chloe Derethik (Lakewood), Gabby Toms (Lakewood) and Jackie Branch (Lakewood) for being chosen as winners of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport's 2019 youth art contest. Our students' winning art will be displayed at the airport and seen by thousands as part of a year-long exhibit. Gabby had four pieces selected for the exhibit, Jackie had three and Yazmin, Natalya and Chloe each had one. Artwork featured is by artist Gabby Toms.

West Shore Quarterly Newsletter - December 2019
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W. Shore Student Wins Billboard Design Contest

billboardFor the third straight year, a West Shore Career-Tech Media, Art & Design student has won the Teen Driver Safety Billboard Design Challenge. Congratulations to senior Natalie Costello for her winning design! The contest requires students to create a billboard design that tackles the issue of distracted teen driving. Madisyn Kelly and Micah Inak were winners the previous two years.

Materials Sci Camp Transformative Experience for Trio

campersSummer may be over for our students, but at least three of West Shore Career-Tech students are still aglow from one particular summer educational experience. These three Project Lead the Way students, seniors Miabella Doerr, Nicole Hudak, and junior Alex Schraibmen, attended ASM Materials Camp, sponsored by ASM International at their world headquarters in Aurora and now at least two of the three have found their major of choice thanks to an exceptional experience at the camp.

Health Careers Students Ready for On-Site Care Training

studentsThese 10 students pictured our part of our Health Careers program. They earned their State Tested Nursing Assisted (STNA) license in their junior year, and now as seniors are ready to begin their clinical care experience in our partner facilities, O'Neill Healthcare Lakewood and Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital. Five of the students used the skills learned in the program to gain employment this past summer as Nursing Assistants at Crestmont North Nursing Care Facility. All wonderful examples of the real world, hands-on learning happening with the West Shore programs! Kudos to teacher Jackie Smith as well!