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Forbes Road
Career & Technology Center
Paul R. Balint
Administrative Director
*
Late Spring Issue
2012/13
2013
Class of
Congratulations to the
The Annual Certificate Ceremony was held May 21st at Gateway Senior High School. This
year Forbes had 196 students completing their respective programs. Ashlie Hardway, WTAE
reporter was our key note speaker and gave the students a lot to think about in their future
endeavors. Mr. Robert Coddington, owner of BC Electric was recognized for being a Distin-
guished Alumni. There were three student speakers: Samuel E. Helbling, Salutatorian, Diesel
Technology from Gateway, Johnathan T. Zuro, Salutatorian, Collision Repair Technology from
East Allegheny and Allen M. Howard, Valedictorian, Computer Networking & Security from
Gateway. Congratulations to all and we wish them much success in their futures!
Samuel E. Helbling
Johnathan T. Zuro
Allen M. Howard
First Annual Scholarships Awarded
The First Annual Forbes Road CTC Scholarships were presented at the Certificate Cere-
mony. They were presented to Allen M. Howard, Gateway, Computer Networking & Se-
curity, Shanoyn M. DiPaolo, East
Allegheny, Cosmetology, Haley
E. Sullivan, Plum, Automotive
Technology, Edward T. Bell,
Plum, Information Technology
& Gaming and Nicole H. Con-
ley, Springdale, Health Science
Technology. Thanks to all that
donated to make the program
successful the very first year!
L - R Howard, DiPaolo, Mr. Balint, Sullivan and Bell. Conley not pictured
Certificate Ceremony 2013
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Student of the Year
Alexandrea L. Hutfles
Advertising Design, Gateway
Anthony J. Klaeser
Automotive Technology, Springdale
Andrew L. Lackey
Building Construction Technology, Riverview
Alexis B. Marks
Child Care Services, Springdale
Johnathan T. Zuro
Collision Repair Technology, East Allegheny
Allen M. Howard
Computer Networking & Security, Gateway
Stephen DiNatale
Cosmetology, Plum
Joseph L. Holguin
Culinary Arts, East Allegheny
Samuel E. Helbling
Diesel Technology, Gateway
Brett C. Stape
Electrical Technology, Plum
Anthony Swidorsky
Emergency Response Services, East Allegheny
DeeDee M. Hronis-Pittman
Health Science Technology, Highlands
James J. Yaconis
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning,
Highlands
Edward T. Bell
Information Technology & Gaming, Plum
David Vasquez
Landscape Design, Sunrise
Zachary Oravitz
Machine Tool/Robotics, Highlands
Javay M. Pedrick
Multimedia Design, Springdale
Nathan Ofcansky
Warehouse Management, Gateway
Student Recognition
Every year students are recognized for their outstanding accomplishments in their respective classes.
Top Portfolio
Mikeya Swinton
Advertising Design, Penn Hills
Anthony J. Klaeser
Automotive Technology, Springdale
Carly M. Baronti
Child Care Services, Riverview
Travis E. Irvine
Collision Repair Technology, Highlands
Allen M. Howard
Computer Networking & Security, Gateway
Amber Lutz
Cosmetology, BCMC/Gateway
Brenden T. Bey
Culinary Arts, Plum
June M. Duff
Culinary Arts, Highlands
Samuel E. Helbling
Diesel Technology, Gateway
Scott G. Holmes
Electrical Technology, Gateway
Brianna M. Nolan
Health Science Technology, Riverview
Danny J. Sagath
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning,
Highlands
Greg A. Amato
Information Technology & Gaming, Gateway
David Vasquez
Landscape Design, Sunrise
Zachary Oravitz
Machine Tool/Robotics, Highlands
William L. Freker
Multimedia Design, Riverview
Dominic Coulson
Warehouse Management, Gateway
Top Presentation
Rebecca A. Sprajcar
Advertising Design, PA Leadership Cyber
Anthony J. Klaeser
Automotive Technology, Springdale
Kendall A. Wilson
Child Care Services, Wilkinsburg
Johnathan T. Zuro
Collision Repair Technology, East Allegheny
Skyler D. Hill
Computer Networking & Security, Plum
Brenden T. Bey
Culinary Arts, Plum
June M. Duff
Culinary Arts, Highlands
Zachary Roebuck
Diesel Technology, East Allegheny
Alexander Cherpak
Electrical Technology, WPSD
Yvonne Q. Robbins
Health Science Technology, Woodland Hills
Matthew Sagath
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning,
Highlands
Jade K. Likins
Information Technology & Gaming, Gateway
David Vasquez
Landscape Design, Sunrise
Zachary Oravitz
Machine Tool/Robotics, Highlands
Javay M. Pedrick
Multimedia Design, Springdale
Dominic Coulson
Warehouse Management, Gateway
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Distractive
Driving Day
May 3, 2013
send
Your life is in
your hands.
It can wait.
9:11
On May 3rd the faculty parking lot was transformed into a mock crash
scene with two wrecked cars donated by Magills Towing. This distractive
driving scene was created to display how serious the consequences can be
when engaging in activities that impair ones judgment while driving such
as texting and drinking. Once started, one by one, Monroeville emergency
vehicles started to arrive on the scene. The police demonstrated a field
sobriety test, while the firefighters ran through the proper procedures of
removing the victims from the automobiles. The final attention grabber was
the arrival of the Life Flight helicopter, which landed on scene. The person-
nel from the aircraft went through the typical procedures when arriving at a
crash scene.
Students from several programs were involved in the demonstration. The
Advertising Design students designed/created and made the shirts for the
entire student body. The Emergency Response Services students served as
actors with the Cosmetology students applying their make-up. The Mul-
timedia Design students documented the event and you can find the Dis-
tractive Driving Demonstration 2013 video by searching Forbes Road CTC
on YouTube. The Computer Networking & Security students handled the
pledging and the give-aways for the students.
This program was sponsored in part by the national Act Out Loud. The
Future Business Leaders of America chapter at Forbes initiated the grant.
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Forbes Road CTC
607 Beatty Road
Monroeville, PA 15146-1550
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Forbes Road Career and Technology Center does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,
sex, disability or age in its programs or activities and
provides equal access to designated youth groups. For
information regarding civil rights, grievance procedures
or access, contact the Title IX Coordinator/Assistant
Director at 607 Beatty Road, Monroeville, PA 15146
or 412-373-8100.

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