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On October 10, members of the Susquehanna Fire Dept. held a Fire Prevention and Awareness program at the Susquehanna Community Elementary School and the Susquehanna Fire Station.
The presentation was conducted by fire fighter Steve Frederick, along with his special assistant, "Sparky," who is a stuffed animal firefighter from the National Fire Prevention Association and the main speaker for Mr. Frederick. The kindergarten and first grade students loved Sparkys audio/visual presentation on fire safety and prevention.
Fire fighter Steve Frederick with special assistant "Sparky."
Fire fighters, dressed in full "turn out" gear showed the children how to escape a smoke filled, burning building, and not to be afraid of the sight and sound that a fire fighter in full gear presents during an emergency rescue.
A fire truck and ambulance from the Susquehanna Fire Dept. was on display. The children were allowed to get into the fire truck and look at all the equipment on the truck. A hit with the children was when the fire truck was pumping water out the hose and from the deck gun.
The same presentation was given at the fire station to the first grade in the afternoon.
Assisting Frederick was Ambulance Captain David Scales, Sr.; fire fighters Damion Scales and Jeremy Krall.
Mrs. Alice M. Davis, Vocational Director of the Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center, is proud to announce the SCCTCs Students of the Month for September, 2002. Pictured (l-r) are: Steve Garnett, Louis Simpson, Aaron Benson, Mollie Dunn, Timothy Sutton, Nicole Chambers, Kimberly Harris, Kristina Smith, and Mrs. Alice M. Davis. Absent from photo was Crystal Cook.
Elk Lake High School is pleased to announce the following students who were selected as September "Students of the Month."
Students of the Month are selected by nominations of any student in grades 10-12 by a teacher for outstanding achievement. The student must show individual effort, community and school wide effort, as well as effort in the classroom.
Pictured (l-r) are: front row Valerie Kissel, Annika Beckman, Ashley Jennings, Bethany Payne, Brenna Domasiewicz; back row Mr. Kenneth Cuomo High School Principal, LeeAnna Roberts, Jesse Loubet, Tony Rezykowski, Doris Martin, Jeremy Jayne. Absent from photo was Robert Minick.
Other important criteria includes: a showing of personal growth, skill development, dedication, leadership, academic growth and improvement, school service and community service.
Courtney E. Searle, Church St., Clifford, a Sociology/Clinical major, has been named to the Deans List at Indiana University of Pennsylvania for the first and second summer sessions.
The Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center (SCCTC) held a reception in its Food Management Department in-house restaurant on Wednesday, September 11, to reflect upon the one-year anniversary of the World Trade Center tragedy. All students attending SCCTC, as well as its full faculty were invited. Mr. William Bush, Superintendent, and officers from the US Army were also at the reception.
A short program was conducted by Mrs. Alice Davis, Director of SCCTC. Participants heard some patriotic music and listened to a few words of memorial by Mrs. Davis. She pointed out the impact the terrorism has had on the school, noting that two staff members of SCCTC were called up by the Reserves. Mr. Al Urban and Mr. Martin Kane are both serving in Bosnia at this time and will not be returning to the school until May of next year.
Refreshments were prepared and served by students in the Food Management, Production, and Services program at SCCTC.
Students from the following schools attend the SCCTC: Blue Ridge High School, Elk Lake High School, Lackawanna Trail High School, Montrose Area High School, Susquehanna Community High School, and Tunkhannock Area High School.
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