Freeholder Resolution Honors UCVTS

February 27, 2013 at 3:18 PM

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ - Union County Freeholder Chairman Linda Carter (2nd L) and Freeholder Alexander Mirabella (L) present a resolution to Union County Vocational-Technical Schools students and UCVTS Superintendent Peter Capodice (R) in honor of “National Career and Technical Education Month.”

The UCVTS are a grouping of schools on the Union Country Vocational Technical Schools Campus in Scotch Plains which offers six programs, five at the High School level and one at the adult education level. The High school level programs are separated into two groups, full-time students and shared-time students; and the full-time programs are further subdivided into the vocational program and career academies.

The students who received the resolution at the Freeholder’s meeting in Elizabeth are (from left): Sean Pruszkowski of Union, Eryka Cedano of Roselle, Matthew Stone of Springfield, Kiana Barcelona of Union, Kyra Morling of Fanwood, James L. Grundy III of Plainfield, Hashem Selim of Plainfield, Julia Hodczak of Union, Justin Sitler of Cranford and Kaitlyn Iglesias of Elizabeth. (Photo by Jim Lowney/County of Union)

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