On April 26, 2017 students from Career & Finance, Entrepreneurship, Intro to Engineering, and Principals of Engineering classes had the opportunity to tour TakeForm and Baxter Healthcare in Medina. Students had the opportunity to view 2 different types of manufacturing plants. They were exposed to a variety of jobs including engineering, design, graphic design, accounting, production, computer machining, shipping and clerical.
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Former Medina graduate Amanda Misiti, came to speak to the Lyndonville 7th graders. The 7th graders just finished reading the novel “A Long Walk to Water” which takes place in Sudan, Africa, near where Misiti spent time in the Peace Corps. She helped bring a sense of understanding to students of how life really is for the citizens of Africa. Students made connections through the novel they read, by asking Amanda questions on her experiences. one topic discussed was the health and living conditions to which Misiti worked closely within a health clinic where she helped malnourished children and birthing babies. Lyndonville was grateful of her taking the time to speak to the children.
The National FFA is a great organization that is committed to individuals; providing a path to success in leadership, personal growth, and career achievement. It continues to help students and the upcoming generations create their own unique talents and explore their interests in agricultural career pathways. In the photo below teens from schools all over Orleans county met at GCC to talk to farmers and businesses about what it is they do, and the importance in what they do.
High school students from both Lyndonville and Medina will be preforming in the musical “Guys and Dolls” on March 11th at 7pm, March 12th at 7pm, and a final performance on March 13th at 2pm. The students have been working very hard these past few months to pull off this amazing show. Medina Senior, Joe Mangiola will be playing the role of Sky Masterson, Lyndonville Junior, Salma Huzair will be playing the role of Sarah Brown, Medina Junior, Abel Zavitz will play the role of Nathan Detroit, Medina Junior, Cora Payne will be playing the role of Miss Adelaide, and Lyndonville Senior, Thomas Follman will be playing the role of Nicely-Nicely Johnson. Come support these amazing students as they show off their hard work and dedication in “Guys and Dolls.”