CMTHS News and Events Archive

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CMTHS Equity Team in the News!

"Amid Pandemic, Student Participation Crucial in Central Montco Technical High School Mural Project"

Click here to read about the CMTHS Equity team and our Mural Project

Click here to read ANOTHER article about this amazing collaboration.

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Former CMTHS Student in the News!

"Norristown Native Becomes

Member of Elite

Navy Honor Guard"

Click here to read more

about former Building Trades student Jamier Seivwright in

The Times Herald Online.

Congratulations Jamier!

We are so proud of you!
 

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Remembering Mr. Fred Kirby

Dear CMTHS Family,

 

It gives me great sorrow to inform you that Mr. Fred Kirby, one of our Automotive Technology Instructors, died unexpectedly on April 26, 2022. 
 

Death can be difficult for us to understand, especially when it is sudden. Many of us may be confronted with a variety of emotions, which might include shock, sadness, and confusion. I want to assure you that the entire CMTHS staff cares about our students and the feelings they may be experiencing. Please know that we are here to support them during this difficult time.  

Any student who needs to talk to one of our counselors should inform their teacher. This is a time when we all need to lean on each other and be there for one another. If you are concerned about a classmate, please reach out to them, or tell a staff member. 

Mr. Kirby's passing will deeply affect us all in various ways, so please take the time to check in on each other regularly, as we all heal in our own time. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends and one another. Please click HERE for arrangements.

In sorrow,

Dr. Angela King, Executive Director CMTHS

April 2022
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March 2022

CMTHS Student in the News: Leah Odom

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Leah Odom, Culinary Arts student and junior at Plymouth Whitemarsh talks about

creating "Mocktails" at

CMTHS. Read the Times Herald Article HERE.

Foundation for Free Enterprise Education
is a Life-Long Connection!

Mrs. Eileen Lawler (Early Childhood Educaiton) and Mr. Tre Hadrick (Counselor) connected 24 years ago through PFEW!

Read more HERE.

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CMTHS Staff in the News: Cutting Illiteracy

Mr. Tre Hadrick, CMTHS Counselor, is part of

"Cutting Illiteracy"

at Goodfella's Barbershop in Bridgeport

where kids can come in and read a book already at the location for a free haircut.

Read the Article in the Times Herald HERE

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January 2022

CMTHS Receives a $200k Grant!

CMTHS has received a $200,000 grant from the

Regina Charitable Fund of the Philadelphia Foundation

for Students' Scholarship and Training. 

Read the Article in the Times Herald HERE

or the Press Release HERE.

December 2021
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CMTHS Holiday Door Decorations

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Remembering Mr. Michael Bivins

It is with a heavy heart and deep sadness that we inform you that our beloved security professional Mr. Michael Bivins passed away on November 29, 2021.  Mr. Bivins was the heart and soul of CMTHS for 23 years.  Being able to know every student who attended CMTHS is just a small part of his unmatched legacy.  Mr. Bivins joked with, spoke with, and protected the entire CMTHS family.  Mr. Bivins made a unique and lasting impression that could never be forgotten with every student, staff member, parent, and community member who ever had the opportunity to meet him.  Mr. Bivins will be missed by thousands of students!  Simply put, in his own humble way, Mr. Bivins impacted so many lives just by being Mr. Bivins. Mr. Bivins surely made everyone at CMTHS feel safe, secure, and happy with laughter.  Mr. Bivins retired on August 30 of this year.  His wife, Mrs. Gwen Bivins, calls Mr. Michael Bivins her hero.

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Share your Favorite Memory of Mr. Bivins:

We are creating a memory book for everyone to share their favorite memories and photos of Mr. Bivins. Please click on the button below to send your favorite memory or send an email to webmaster@cmths.org by Tuesday, 12/21/21.

The Michael A. Bivins Educational Scholarship

The Central Montco Education Foundation has created the annual Michael A. Bivins Educational Scholarship in order to continue Mr. Bivin’s amazing legacy of helping students in the CMTHS community. To donate to this scholarship in Mr. Bivin’s name, please click the link below, or send a check to:

 

CMEF/Mr. Bivins

Att: Seth Schram

821 Plymouth Road

Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

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New Distinguished Alumni for 2021!

Congratulations to our two newest CMTHS Distinguished Alumni!

John DiMino
John DiMino

Vice President, Blackhorse Auto Body Supply Collision Repair NAHS Class of 2004

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Tisha Tuggle-Lett
Tisha Tuggle-Lett

Owner and Founder, Heaven's Touch Wellness Center Cosmetology NAHS Class of 2003

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November 2021
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October 2021

Read more about our October Open Houses at the Times Herald HERE.

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Important Leadership Staff Announcement
From Mr. Schram, Director

May 2021

The Times Herald Online Feature Article:

270 Area Students Graduate from Central Montco Technical High School

 

Click HERE to read the Times Herald Article about our Graduation.

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The Times Herald Online Feature Article:

Style Right: CMTHS Beauty Salon Reopens to Clients

Click HERE to read the Times Herald Article about our Salon.

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April 2021

Congratulations to our SkillsUSA and HOSA State Winners

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March 2021

Congratulations to our SkillsUSA District Winners

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February 2021

CMTHS Distinguished Alumna in the News!

CMTHS Distinguished Alumna, Colleen Kriebel, owner of Kriebel's Bakery is teaming up with Variety The Children's Charity for a Valentine Candy Fundraiser.

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Click HERE to watch Chef Kriebel on

Fox 29 News.

To order candy to support the fundraiser, click here.

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.

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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.

THANK YOU!

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January 2021

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!

Allied Health:

Cameron Johnson (NAHS), D’zire McNeal Sanchez (NAHS), Maria Estrada (NAHS)

Baking and Pastry Arts:

Dylan Stimmer (PWHS)

Early Childhood Education:

Alleya Flowers (PWHS)

Healthcare Sciences:

Alitres Leon-Alverez (PWHS)

 

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Congratulations to our Students of the

First and Second Quarters - You ROCK!

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October 2020

Congratulations to Our 20-21 CTSO Officers

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June 2020

CMTHS Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation

Spring 2020 CMTHS

Student Success Spotlight

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CMTHS IN THE NEWS

The Times Herald:

CMTHS Graduates Set a High Standard

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CMTHS Awarded more than $100,000 in Scholarship Money!

Read the Times Herald Article HERE.

NBC 10:

What's Good - CMTHS Scholarship Reaction

Healthcare Science Senior Alexandra Rodriguez's reaction to winning a CMTHS Future Ready Scholarship during the Student Success Spotlight broadcast.

February 2020

CMTHS IN THE NEWS

CMTHS Culinary Arts Students help to plan and prepare the NAACP Event on February 22nd.

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Click below for the Times Herald Article:

NAACP Celebrates Black Economics on Feb. 22

January 2020

CMTHS in the News

West Chester University Students Bring

Diversity Forum to CMTHS

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On January 7th, students from West Chester University's Undivided Club brought activities to CMTHS.

Read the Times Herald Article here.

December 2019

CMTHS in the News

CMTHS Alumna Colleen Kriebel,

Owner of Kriebel's Custom Bakery

Named Lower Providence Business of the Year

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CMTHS wishes to congratulate Colleen Kriebel and Kriebel's Custom Bakery for being selected as the Business of the Year in Lower Providence for 2019! We are so proud of our Alumna!

Check out Kriebel's Custom Bakery here.

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May 2022