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FRCC News

2/22/18

Students from the Four Rivers Career Center recently participated in the East District SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference held in February at Ranken Technical College, St. Louis Community College at Forest Park, Lewis & Clark Career Center and South Technical.

Gold and silver medalists in Hands-On competitions advance to state competition. Gold, Silver and Bronze medalists of Leadership and Written competitions also advance to state competition.

The State contest is held April 4-6 at the State Technical College of Missouri in Linn.

FRCC district medalists are listed below, as are photos of the medalists.

Morning Students

*Automotive Technology: Trevor Seals (Washington) – Gold in Automotive Service Technical Information

*Automotive Technology: Trevor Seals (Washington) – Silver in Automotive Service Technology

*Automotive Technology: Lucas Bohl (St. Clair) – Gold in Motorcycle Service Technical Information

*Automotive Technology: John Fleer (New Haven) – Gold in Diesel Equipment Technical Information

*Automotive Technology: Chris Nowak (Union) – Gold in Diesel Equipment Technical Information

*Automotive Technology: Sam Brown (St. Clair) – Silver in Automotive Service Technical Information

*Automotive Technology: Paul Poetz (Wright City) – Silver in Automotive Service Technical Information

*Automotive Technology: Jeremy Sahm (East Central College) – Silver in Automotive Service Technical Information

*Information Technology: Kevin McCallister (St. Clair) – Silver in Computer Networking Technical Information

*Information Technology: Sam Knoppe (New Haven) – Silver in Information Technology Services

*Information Technology: Ethan Nadeau (Union) – Bronze in Information Technology Services

*Project Lead The Way Engineering: Cameron Briggs (Washington) – Silver in Automated Manufacturing Technology

*Project Lead The Way Engineering: Megan Voelkerding (Washington) – Silver in Automated Manufacturing Technology

*Project Lead The Way Engineering: Austin Huddleston (Washington) - Silver in Automated Manufacturing Technology

*Graphic Communications: Lydia Juengling (Washington) – Gold in Promotional Bulletin Board

*Graphic Communications: Elsie McNabb (New Haven) – Gold in Promotional Bulletin Board

*Graphic Communications: Lacie Grater (New Haven) –  Gold in Promotional Bulletin Board

*Graphic Communications: Dezarae Canania (Washington) – Bronze in Promotional Bulletin Board

*Graphic Communications: Lexi Harrison (Washington) - Bronze in Promotional Bulletin Board

*Graphic Communications: Anayeli Leyva (Washington) – Bronze in Promotional Bulletin Board

*Building Construction: Owen Buchheit (New Haven) – Bronze in Carpentry Technical Information

*Machine Tool: Jason Flagg (Union) – Silver in CNC Technician

*Machine Tool: Jared Clines (New Haven) – Silver in CNC Turning Specialist

*Collision Repair: Dylan Masur (Hermann) – Silver in Collision Repair Technology

*Collision Repair: Dominic Bruning (Wright City) – Silver in Collision Repair Technical Information

*Collision Repair: Blake Gale (New Haven) – Bronze in Automotive Refinishing Technology

*Collision Repair: Justin Buchanan (Pacific) – Bronze in Collision Repair Technical Information

*Collision Repair: Paige Vandegriff (Pacific) – Bronze in Collision Repair Technical Information

*Collision Repair: Courtney Kelso (East Central College) – Bronze in Automotive Refinishing Technology

Afternoon Students

*Machine Tool: Jack Tyree (Washington) – Silver in CNC Milling Specialist

*Machine Tool: Ian McNabb (Washington) – Bronze in Automated Manufacturing Technology

*Machine Tool: Ryan Eckelkamp (Washington) – Bronze in Automated Manufacturing Technology

*Machine Tool: Collin Marquart (Washington) – Bronze in Automated Manufacturing Technology

*Collision Repair: Claire Ehlenbeck (Warrenton) – Silver in Automotive Refinishing Technology.

*Building Construction: Seth Kampmann (Warrenton) – Silver in Carpentry Technical Information

*Automotive Technology: Andrew Brehe (East Central College) – Gold in Automotive Service Technical Information

*Automotive Technology: Allen Shepard (Warrenton) – Silver in Diesel Equipment Technical Information

*Automotive Technology: Seth Moses (Washington) – Bronze in Automotive Service Technical Information

*Welding: Breanna Wielms (Warrenton) – Silver in Job Interview

*Welding: Breanna Wielms (Warrenton) – Bronze in Customer Service

*Graphic Communications: Nicole Holt (Washington) – Gold in Advertising Design

*Graphic Communications: William Mullins (Washington) – Silver in Advertising Design

*Graphic Communications: Nathan Neely (Washington) – Silver in Promotional Bulletin Board

*Graphic Communications: Nathalie Rains (Washington) – Silver in Promotional Bulletin Board

*Graphic Communications: Caroline Cox (Washington) – Silver in Promotional Bulletin Board


Pictured are FRCC morning students who earned SkillsUSA district medals. Seated, from left, are Jason Flagg, Cameron Briggs, Megan Voelkerding, Lydia Juengling, Elsie McNabb, Lacie Grater, Lexi Harrison, Anayeli Leyva, Paige Vandegriff and Courtney Kelso. Standing, from left, are Owen Buchheit, Sam Brown, Kevin McCallister, John Fleer, Trevor Seals, Chris Nowak, Lucas Bohl, Sam Knoppe, Justin Buchanan and Dylan Masur. Not pictured are Austin Huddleston, Jared Clines, Paul Poetz, Jeremy Sahm, Dezarae Canania, Dominic Bruning, Blake Gale and Ethan Nadeau.


Pictured are FRCC afternoon students who earned SkillsUSA district medals. Seated, from left, are William Mullins, Nicole Holt, Nathalie Rains, Caroline Cox and Ian McNabb. Standing, from left, are Nathan Neely, Andrew Brehe, Ryan Eckelkamp, Jack Tyree and Collin Marquart. Not pictured are Breanna Wielms, Allen Shepard, Seth Kampmann, Claire Ehlenbeck and Seth Moses.  

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2/22/18

Students in Dan Brinkmann’s “Night Shift” class at the Four Rivers Career Center recently completed a project that was several months in the works.

John Jasper, event chairman for the Union Knights of Columbus, delivered an older, beat-up 1948 Farmall C tractor to the Career Center last September during a Night Shift class.

The tractor was donated by the Bill Machelett family to the Knights of Columbus, which they wanted to display in the annual Journey for Charity Tractor Cruise.

The 30-mile cruise from St. Clair to Washington is held every year during the third weekend of September to help raise money and collect food for area pantries. The Washington, Union, St. Clair and St. John’s-Gildehaus Knights of Columbus councils all organize the event.

Brinkmann, an instructor in the automotive technology program at the Four Rivers Career Center, supervised his Night Shift students as they restored the tractor.

Raffle tickets were sold with the restored tractor or $3,000 being the grand prize. A total of $16,800 was raised from the raffle. Proceeds benefit area food pantries. The winner of the raffle chose to take the money prize, instead of the tractor.  

As a result, Jim Buchanan of NAPA Auto Parts in Washington purchased the tractor from the Knights of Columbus. The restored tractor currently is on display at the NAPA store on High Street in Washington. Night Shift students delivered the tractor and helped get it inside the store on Saturday, Feb. 17.

The Knights of Columbus donated some of the money from the tractor to the Night Shift program at the Career Center for future projects.

The Night Shift program deals with anything to do with motors, particularly transportation – cars, trucks, tractors, motorcycles, boats, golf carts or whatever the case may be.

Students who want to be involved meet every Tuesday and Thursday during the school year at the Four Rivers Career Center from 3-7 p.m. Every session is different, and if it has a motor, the students are working on it as one of their projects.

See the photos below of Night Shift students delivering the tractor to NAPA. Also shown are Dan Brinkmann, John Jasper, Jim Buchanan and members of the Knights of Columbus.








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2/15/18

Students in the Health Occupations program at the Four Rivers Career Center visited South Point Elementary school to speak to first-grade students about dental hygiene on Thursday, Feb. 15.

The Health Occupations students worked with students in the first-grade classrooms of Sara Barnett, Kim Johnson and Laurie Price.

There were presentations, tips and demonstrations given to the first-grade students on the proper ways for them to care for their teeth. Photos are below.









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2/13/18

The CAPS Global Business program at the Four Rivers Career Center held a student shadow day on Friday, Feb. 9.

Current sophomores and juniors at Washington High School interested in possibly joining the Global Business program next year met with instructor Cathy Jinkerson and the current students in the program to learn more about it.

The students participated in various activities and projects, and also were involved in a panel discussion concerning the Global Business program and the business industry overall.

Photos from the CAPS Global Business shadow day are below.











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