Please notify CMTHS if your student has been exposed to COVID 19.
Student health and symptom checks must be done prior to leaving for school. If symptomatic, students must stay home and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Symptoms include: Fever or chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea.
Congratulations to our Students of the 1st and 2nd Quarter
CMTHS Students in the News:
Montgomery County Students Reflect on Qualities of Leadership
The following CMTHS student leaders speak about their leadership experiences in SkillsUSA and HOSA in this Montgomery Media News Article. We are so proud of our student leaders and all that they do for our CMTHS Community!
Cameron Johnson (NAHS), D’zire McNeal Sanchez (NAHS), Maria Estrada (NAHS)
Baking and Pastry Arts:
Dylan Stimmer (PWHS)
Early Childhood Education:
Alleya Flowers (PWHS)
Alitres Leon-Alverez (PWHS)
We Love Our Community!
Thank You Plymouth Township Police Association
On Tuesday, 2/16 the Officers and Detectives of the Plymouth Township Police Association visited The King's Den at CMTHS. During their visit they dropped off our first clothing donation. All donated clothing is cleaned and then provided to CMTHS students to use as they enter the workforce.
During their visit, Plymouth Township Police Association President Chris Schwartz presented a donation to CMTHS Assistant Director, Dr. King. This donation will offset the costs of cleaning donated clothing.
Hawk Talk Newsletter
Issue 10 - February 23, 2021
Hawk Talk is a weekly newsletter that highlights activities, inspiration, and information for our CMTHS students. If you have something that you want to highlight, like a project, picture, or an inspirational message, please email Dr. King at email@example.com.
If you missed an issue you can catch up HERE.
Helpful Links and Information
Check out our Virtual Learning Hub for Instructions on how to log into Schoology and PowerSchool.
Click HERE to view:
The CMTHS Health & Safety Plan and Reopening Models
The CMTHS Reopening Models Power Point
A video of the August JOC Meeting
Click HERE to view the Driver's Ed Reopening Plan
Shaping Today's Students for Tomorrow's Careers
Central Montco Technical High School (CMTHS) provides a variety of programs that prepare individuals to enter the workforce, or to continue their education at colleges, universities and technical schools. In addition to occupation specific training, CMTHS promotes the development of civic responsibility, employability skills, leadership and professionalism. All programs are competency based and designed to meet the needs, skills, interests, abilities and preferences of the individual student. CMTHS is also committed to serving the business and industry sector of the community by providing programs that assist in meeting workforce requirements.