Precision cut

Submitted photo Shown at the ribbon cutting are: (from left) principal Curt Kaiser, confidential administrative assistant Fawn Simmons, principal Jordan Williams, adult education student services supervisor Kevin Clark, student services coordinator Michelle Fitzsimmons, director of adult education Kelly Darney, state Rep. Tim Ginter, Noel McKenzie, Joe Wilcox and Matt Joing of Butech Bliss, Jessica Borza of the Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition, student Blaine Havens, Precision Machining and Manufacturing instructor Matt Peters, student Aden Eno, Dr. Darrell Wallace of Youngstown State, Chris Tsiros of Haas Factory Outlet, Haas director of education Tori Neary, Dave Hughes of the Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition, school board members Gary Peruchetti and Doug Lammert, superintendent Chuck Adkins, and assistant superintendant Jeremy Corbisello. They are flanked by the students enrolled in the Precision Machining and Manufacturing classes, the junior class on the left and the senior class on the right.

The county Career and Technical Center hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of a new Precision Machining and Manufacturing lab on Monday. The lab, which was planned by instructor Matt Peters and his students, will be utilized by high school and adult students to earn industry credentials and help gain employment in the manufacturing industry. The celebration was hosted by assistant superintendent and director of high school education Jeremy Corbisello, who thanked everyone involved in the creation of the new lab, through partnerships in business, education, industry and the community. Peters and the students planned the lab space, selected equipment and finalized the required items necessary to have a safe lab environment.


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