Over 300 Zanesville 6th grade students explored a variety of careers which all use vehicles.
Mid-East Career and Technology Centers and Zanesville City School Distrcit teamed up to host the Vehicle Career Day this morning. Stations were set up outdoors on the Zanesville Campus of Mid-East with students rotating to each vehicle and presenter.
"This is a wonderful way to get them out of the classroom. To let them see the businesses that are in our community. Also, our...
The Mid-East Board of Education begins talks of leasing a school building from Zanesville City Schools.
Because Mid-East will undergo around 47 million dollars in renovations beginning with its adult education building in the fall, the 40,000 square foot Rufus Putnam building on Moxahala Avenue owned by Zanesville City Schools could soon become the temporary adult education building for Mid-East.
"This is the best one we came up with. I think it will be a smooth transition....
If you had 90 seconds to grab as many groceries as possible do you know what you'd pick up?
June Wilson, the winner of the Mid-East Career and Technology School's 90 second shopping spree filled her cart with $197.97 worth of coffee, ham ground beef and other items at Pick 'N Save, Monday morning. Her strategy was to simply fill the cart.
"I just wanted to pick some of the stuff that is expensive that I don't always get because of the price," explained Wilson.
It's a question we all have to deal with at some point in our lives, what you want to do for a living?
About 1,700 sophomores from Muskingum, Perry, Guernsey, and Noble Counties are trekking to Mid-East Career and Technology Center over the next two days to search for that answer, and the center is targeting a specific group of students.
"We offer all the college prep classes up through physics and college prep chemistry. So really any student that wants job skills on top of...
Two cosmetology students from the Mid-East Career and Technology Center are in a state competition tomorrow. The problem is they're best friends and only one can win. WHIZ's Ashley Drane has the story.
Seniors Cheyenne Matz and Shala Wallace are no strangers to competition. They had to compete locally and regionally to qualify. Tomorrow they're going to Columbus to go head to head for the one national spot. The two have been taking turns winning.
Local students are spending time with their grandparents during class today.
Mid East Career Center invited the students grandparents to join them in class to see what they do everyday . Senior Cheyenne Matz is studying cosmetology and said her grandmother is thrilled to be there.
"She loves what I do and she always wants to be with me she's a big part of my like and i want her to see what i get to do at school," Matz said.