Free breakfast and lunch will be offered to all students attending Pioneer through the entire 2021-2022 school year. This opportunity continues the USDA and Ohio Department of Education’s dedication to meeting the needs of the whole child during the COVID-19 pandemic.What does this mean to your Pioneer student? It means that: Each student may receive one free breakfast and one free lunch daily. This is in effect through the entire 2021-2022 school year. No application is needed. Students may choose any of the offered meals. There are additional items available to the students that they will need to pay for as well. If you have questions please contact Jason Fortman at 419-347-7744, ext. 42451 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to the Pioneer's May Students of the Month-Lilian Ramey, a junior in Early Childhood Education from Shelby High School and Hunter Caltrider, a junior in Industrial Electricity from Lucas High School.
The 2021 Ohio SkillsUSA Championships occurred from March 4 to April 28. Twenty-one Pioneer Career and Technology Center students competed in the historical competition hosted by the Ohio SkillsUSA organization. Ohio SkillsUSA contests were held in in a variety of venues all over the state including Live Off-Site, Live In-School Judged, Live In-School Proctored and Live In-School Virtual.
Pioneer's Awards Ceremony and Senior Celebration will be held virtually this year due to Covid-19 restrictions. On May 18 the virtual ceremony will premier on Pioneer's YouTube channel. On May 3 & 4 all seniors will need to bring their home school graduation gowns to Pioneer.
Congratulations to Pioneer's April 2021 Students of the Month Emily Hale and Payton Julian. Emily is a junior in Automotive Technology from Colonel Crawford High School. Payton is a junior in Industrial Diesel from Ontario High School.
Congratulations to Pioneer's March 2021 Students of the Month Brieanna Hurrell and Teyron Cantey. Brieanna is a senior in Criminal Justice from Ontario High School. Teyron is a junior in Teaching Professions from Ontario High School.
Congratulations to the Pioneer's February 2021 Students of the Month Siclali Portuguez and Anthony Hill! Siclali is a junior from Willard High School in the Dental Assisting lab. Anthony is a junior from Colonel Crawford High School in the Welding lab.
Congratulations to the Pioneer's January Students of the Month Lynzie Basinger and Ryan Chapman! Lynzie is a senior from Wynford High School in the Health Assistant lab. Ryan is a junior from Ontario High School in the Exercise Science/Sports Medicine lab.
Congratulations to the Pioneer's November Students of the Month-Lillian Rivera and Keith Shuster! Lillian is a senior from Shelby High School in the Pioneer's Graphic Arts lab. Keith is a senior from Shelby High School in the Performing Arts Academy.
Congratulations to the Pioneer's December Students of the Month-Ashlee Zender and Bradley Watt! Ashlee is a senior from Wynford High School in the Pioneer Cosmetology lab. Bradley is a junior from Lucas High School in the Home Remodeling lab.
Covid-19 has caused challenge after challenge, setback after setback and obstacle after obstacle in most aspects of life. Traditionally during the month of January sophomore students from our 14 partner schools visit Pioneer and learn what program most excites them and relates to their career goals. However, to avoid the potential spread of Covid-19, Pioneer decided to take a new approach to the visitation experience. Thanks to hard work of the staff and students Pioneer is excited to be unveiling its brand new Virtual Visitation Experience to each of its local partner schools at the start of next week.
Pioneer Career and Technology Center recognizes that good nutrition and regular physical activity affect the health and well-being of the District's students. Furthermore, research suggests that there is a positive correlation between a student's health and well-being of the District's students.