Annual Non-Discrimination Notice

Central Westmoreland Career & Technology Center (CWCTC) is proud to offer 20 PDE-approved Career and Technical Education Programs to high school students from 10 sending school districts in and around Westmoreland County. CWCTC provides alternative pathways for careers, post-secondary education, apprenticeship programs, and the military.  Each of the 20 programs offers industry credentials and certifications, as well as statewide and local articulated credits at post-secondary schools across the state. Information about industry credentials/certification and articulated credits can be found by visiting the CWCTC School Counselor Office. Statewide articulated credit information can be found online at www.CollegeTransfer.net and by searching PA Bureau of CTE SOAR Programs. 

 All secondary students from the ten participating school districts are welcome to enroll in courses at CWCTC. Interested students need to  consult their home school guidance counselor and follow any policies of their sending school district with regard to admission to 
programs of study at CWCTC. Each school respectively determines the grade and the criteria that must be reached to enroll at CWCTC.  

 To be eligible to attend CWCTC, a student must reside in a member school district with his/her parent/guardian. All non‐resident students are required to pay tuition, as established annually by the CWCTC Administration and the Joint Operating  Committee. The application process occurs during the spring of each school year for the upcoming school year. CTE course enrollment is available based on school district allocations. Once students are accepted into a CTE program, CWCTC and the sending school will work with students to complete a program.

Parents and/or students needing special assistance or information relevant to CWCTC admission and/or enrollment may contact the sending school’s or the CWCTC Guidance Office. An appointment with the appropriate faculty member or support staff will be arranged. If a respective program has student slots available after the Spring enrollment period, there is an open enrollment window during the months of August and September for programs that have not filled all slots. 

It is the policy of Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center not to discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national origin, handicap or limited English proficiency in its Educational Programs, Activities or Employment Policy as required by Title IX of 1972 Educational Amendments, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 Regulations of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the American Disabilities Act. For information regarding services, activities, programs, and facilities that are accessible to and usable by handicapped persons, or for inquiries regarding compliance with the above nondiscriminatory policies, contact the Title IX Coordinator; Alex Novickoff, [email protected], 240 Arona Rd, New Stanton, PA  724-925-3532 #1373 or the Section 504 Coordinator, Darcy Szymkiewicz, [email protected], 240 Arona Rd, New Stanton, PA   724-925-3532 #1360.

 

Announcement

Dear parent/guardian,

For any student who has medication or supplies in the nurse’s office, all unused medication must be picked up by a parent/guardian prior to the last day of school. Students are not permitted to carry medications home. CWCTC’s last day for students is June 3rd, 2022. Any medication not picked up will be properly disposed of at the end of the school day on June 3rd. No medication will be saved for use the following year. 

Medication Procedures and consent forms for the 2022/2023 school year will be available on our website, www.cwctc.org, prior to the start of the new school year. 

Please contact Kathy Rolka, LPN & Covid Coordinator for questions or concerns.

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