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H.O.S.A. Food Drive April 27-May 4

H.O.S.A. (Health Occupation Students of America) is having its annual Spring Food Drive April 27 thru May 4. All items collected will be donated to the Livingston County Community Pantry

LACC Awards Night May, 7

Please join us as we honor the outstanding accomplishments of our LACC students. Thursday, May 7 2015, at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium at Pontiac Township High School.

Turkish students visit LACC

Students from Istanbul, Turkey spent a day at the Livingston Area Career Center. They participated in hands on activities throughout the day in Engineering/Architectural Design, Computer Networking, Law Enforcement, Early Childhood Education, Welding and Automotive Technology. It was a great opportunity for all the students to see the difference in education in the USA and in Turkey. It was a wonderful learning experience.

LACC Auto Happenings

The Livingston Area Career Center Auto Technology Class is proud to announce that two students have qualified for the State Finals for the prestigious Ford AAA Auto Skill Competition. PTHS senior Travis Steidinger and PTHS junior Jake Ledford will be traveling to Parkland Community College on May 8th to compete against 9 other state final teams from Illinois. The competition will be held in the college’s automotive building located at 2400 West Bradley Avenue in Champaign, IL. The public is welcome to attend. College and trade school recruiters, potential automotive employers, and local newspapers will be on hand. To qualify for the finals, Travis, Jake, and hundreds of other students from High Schools and Career Centers all over Illinois had to...

Welding Competitions

Illinois Central College Competition Kendall Gordon 9th place   Midwest technical institute – Springfield competition  Ryan Shoemaker- 9th place Kendall Gordon 6th place   

LACC Qualifies 44 for Illinois SkillsUSA

Livingston Area Career Center is working hard to train and prepare 44 talented students to compete at the Illinois SkillsUSA State Championships in Springfield, IL, April 23-25, 2015.  SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled work force. SkillsUSA helps each student excel by establishing training and state competitions to show trade skills learned through career centers and colleges. The Illinois competition is offering 138 competition events this year for high school and college contestants. The following students have qualified and will represent LACC in Springfield in the following competitions: Architectural Drafting (Board): Brianna Chatman, Jeannette...

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