The Belmont and Harrison Career Centers have announced school start plans. Please click on the button below for details.
BELMONT CAREER CENTER will begin full-time, 5 days per week, starting Monday, September 28.
HARRISON CAREER CENTER will continue 5 days per week.
The Belmont and Harrison Career Centers will open the 2020-2021 school year with the following COVID-19 Restart Plan. Please click on the button for details at each Career Center.
Pursuant to Senate Bill 197, the Belmont-Harrison Vocational School District Board of Education will conduct its regular meeting of the Board at the Harrison Career Center on October 19, 2020 at 6:00 pm electronically. The Harrison Career Center will be closed. The public may attend the meeting online by accessing this link at the time of the meeting.
ST. CLAIRSVILLE - Students in the Construction Trades program at the Belmont Career Center were recipients of a generous donation of tools and supplies from Lowe's in St. Clairsville.
Lowe's, through its "Generation T" movement, gave each student a starter tool belt complete with tools, as well as, supplies to support COVID-19 efforts in the classroom.
In 2019, Lowe's introduced "Generation T," a digital-first movement aimed at rebuilding the skilled trades by changing people's perception. Using unique digital storytelling, compelling social media and an innovative online jobs platform to help connect prospects and businesses, Lowe's is working to change the way people see and feel about the skilled trades.
The Construction Trades program is designed for 9th grade students who would like to acquire the beginning knowledge and basic skills of the construction industry.
Students complete courses in construction technology and principles of wood construction. Students learn basic safety, construction math, hand and power tool use, blueprint reading and material handling.
Pictured, kneeling from left, are Brandon Shepherd, Union Local; Nevaeh Maag, Bridgeport; Alexa Mills, Bridgeport; Jazmyne McGarry, Bellaire; Breanna Shaw, Martins Ferry; Crystal Frazier, Union Local; Zack Greathouse, Martins Ferry; and Kathy Rodriguez, Pro Service Specialist at Lowe's.
Standing, from left, are Vince Sells, Union Local; Easton Rowen, Union Local; Nick Norris, Shadyside; Jonas Tucker, Union Local; Cameron Miller, St. Clairsville; Ethan Miller, St. Clairsville; Skyler Youngs, Bellaire; Chris Stillion, Shadyside; Brandon Bennett, Bellaire; Owen Phillips, St. Clairsville; Logan Swetz, St. Clairsville; Jonathan Stewart, Union Local; Ryan Marling, Shadyside; Greg Grigaitis, St. Clairsville; Hayden Kappler, Shadyside; Carson Lucas, Union Local; and Hunter Carpenter, Shadyside. The instructor is Margie Kunze.
Students entering the Automotive Technology program will be able to perform work on automobiles and light duty trucks in the following areas: suspension and steering, brakes, cooling systems, ignition systems, fuel systems, exhaust systems, electrical systems, electrical accessories, manual ...read more →