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Students Compete in Skills USA

LACC had many students compete in Skills USA Friday, April 20th and did very well.  The Welding Team of Austin Einhaus, Michael Verdun, and Logan Widman placed 1st in there event.  There were three Law Enforcement  students that placed as follows: Mason Vilt – 1st place, Alec Bristow – 2nd place, Jeff Durham – 3rd place.   The CISCO Networking students also placed as the following: Tate Hetherington 1st place, Nathan Berens 2nd place, and David Longmire 3rd place.  An Early Childhood Education student, Justin Gierich received 1st place and a Medical Terminology student, Andrew Myzia received 2nd place.  The students that placed first will go to Nationals in June.

LACC Awards Night

Please join us in celebrating the LACC students at our Awards Night on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 7:00 P.M. in the Pontiac Township High School Auditorium.

ICC Welding Competition

Congratulations to Logan Hanson for winning 8th place in the ICC Welding Competition.  He received a pair of Steel Toe Boots, A Grinder, A Welding Beanie and TIG Gloves for placing 8th.


Learn a bit of culture and history with our Chef Scott Rowan as you explore authentic recipes in the new state of the art kitchen. On the menu for our feast: avocado black bean quesadillas, fresh watermelon guacamole and homemade tortilla chips. For dessert, enjoy traditional Mexican chocolate milkshakes and churros. Learn the techniques and take home the recipes to create these festive treats just in time for your own Cinco de Mayo get-together. Tuesday 5/1/18, 6-9PM Livingston Area Career Center, 1100 Indiana Ave., Pontiac, IL 61764 $45 Click the title to register!


You are invited to come cook with LACC Instructor Chef Scott Rowan.  The winter class schedule is posted on the flyer attached below.  All classes are on Saturdays from 12:00pm – 3:00pm for $40.00 each.  Call (815) 842-2557 to reserve your spot at the next class. Culinary Flyer

No School Monday, January 8, 2018

LACC will be closed Monday, January 8th due to icy roads.

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