Technology Education Instructors

Mr. Hensler

Mr. Hensler

Multi-Media Instructor

Mr. Kirol

Mr. Kirol

Communication and Graphics Instructor

Mr. Baker

Mr. Baker

Engineering Teachnology Instructor

Career Education Instructors

Mr.  Becker

Mr. Becker

Information Technology Insturctor

Mr. Faryniak

Mr. Faryniak

Automotive Technology Instructor

Mr. Jarrett

Mr. Jarrett

Construction Trade Instructor

Mr. Wheeland

Mr. Wheeland

Manufacturing Technology Instructor

Mr. Rager

Mr. Rager

Building Maintenance Instructor

Mr. Wolford

Mr. Wolford

Culinary Arts Director

Mrs. Rogers

Mrs. Rogers

Human Services Director

Mrs. Armbruster

Mrs. Armbruster

Child Care Director

Mrs. Oden

Mrs. Oden

Business & Finanace Director

Our TSA chapter

TSA (Technology Student Association) is a completely non-profit organization. That engages students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The TSA (Technology Student Association) helps personal growth in leadership, and opportunities in technology, innovation, design, and engineering. Members apply and integrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) concepts through co-curricular activities, competitions and related programs.

What is TSA?

The TSA (Technology Student Association) helps personal growth in leadership, and opportunities in technology, innovation, design, and engineering. Members apply and integrate STEM concepts throughout the use of the program. These concepts help propel students forward not only in education, but leadership skills as well.

TSA Moto

Learning to lead in a technical world

It's important to have to knowledge to lead in the ever advancing world. With the advantage of having all the technical skills and knowledge learned through TSA, students have an upper hand in their careers and life, no matter which path they may take.

The TSA Creed

"I believe that Technology Education holds an important place in my life in the technical world. I believe there is a need for the development of good attitudes concerning work, tools, materials, experimentation, and processes of industry. Guided by my teachers, artisans from industry, and my own initiative, I will strive to do my best in making my school, community, state, and nation better places in which to live. I will accept the responsibilities that are mine. I will accept the theories that are supported by proper evidence. I will explore on my own for safer, more effective methods of working and living. I will strive to develop a cooperative attitude and will exercise tact and respect for other individuals. Through the work of my hands and mind, I will express my ideas to the best of my ability. I will make it my goal to do better each day the task before me, and to be steadfast in my belief in my God, and my fellow Americans." - National TSA Creed

Our TSA chapter

Chapter Advisers

Andrew Baker

Andrew Baker

Adviser

Ernie Harter

Ernie Harter

Co-Adviser

Chapter Officers

Our TSA chapter has a number of roles as electect by chapter members. These roles incude treasurer, secratary, vice president, and president.

 

Presidents (2): Our two presidents are Alyssa Paulhamus and Brandon Ranck.  Some of their daily activities include planning fundraisers, activities, and chapter meetings, among other things that help out our chapter.   

 

Vice Presidents (2): The Vice Presidents for our chapter are Tony Ramos and Shania Livermoore.  The vice presidents help the presidents with their tasks and help with decisions made about the regarding the chapter.

 

Treasurer: Our treasurer is Ryan Stratton, as treasurer he manages finacnces for the chapter.  Some of his daily tasks include, signing checks and keeping track of student funds (as well as the chapter's funds).

 

Secretary: Jessica Fink is the chapters secretary.  She takes notes for future chapter meetings as well as keeping a detailed portfolio. So if she is asked what happened at a chapter meeting she can refer to it to recall what had happened at the meeting.

Chapter Officers

Previous Year Chapter Individual Rewards

Architectural 2011 States reward

Architectural 2011 States reward

This is the 3-D model of the architectural modeling event that won second place at States in 2011, along side it is the trophy that accompanies the placement.

Awards from 2011 States and Nationals

Awards from 2011 States and Nationals

Architectural model 1st (far left) , Construction renovation 2nd (second from left), Architectural model 2nd (national's & middle left) Construction renovation 2nd (national's & middle right) VEX robotics 2nd (second from right), Bio medical essay 1st (far right)

Awards from 2012 States

Awards from 2012 States

The awards from 2012 states. Digital video production 2nd (Far left), Architectural modeling 3rd (middle left), and VEX competition 3rd (middle right and far right)

Awards from 2014 States

Awards from 2014 States

CNC 3rd (far left), CNC 1st (middle left), Transportation modeling 3rd (middle right), Webmaster 3rd (far right)

More Awards from 2014 States

More Awards from 2014 States

CNC production 1st (Far Left), CNC production 1st (Middle) ,Promotional graphics 1st (Far Right)

TSA Hosted - American Red Cross Blood Drive

Around a month after the Boston Bombing in 2013 in a desperate need for blood, the American Red Cross reached out to the school asking to start up a blood drive. Our TSA chapter accepted the invitation, along with the Red Cross Club, and have been doing blood drives 3 times a year ever since. Each blood drive accumulates approximately 40 - 70 pints of blood, making 120 – 210 pints of blood per year. In past years, themes were created to increase interest and entice people to give blood. One of the themes in the past was an 'arcade games' theme. In addition to blood drives, the chapter also attends the annual Red Cross Day at Penn College and has won some of the friendly competitions held there.

TSA Hosted - American Red Cross Blood Drive
TSA Hosted - Bowl-A-Thon

TSA Hosted - Bowl-A-Thon

In association with the American Cancer Society Club, the TSA Chapter hosted a Bowl-A-Thon on the 12th of April of 2017 to raise money.  This community event allowed students to pay to get out of school for half a day (either the first half or the second half) and go bowling at the local Harvest Moon Bowling Lanes.  Students have incentives to get the highest score for prizes that range from a variety of different gift cards.  The proceeds of this event were split 50/50 between our TSA Chapter and the American Cancer Society Club at the school.