MCVSD Business Partner of the Year

11/19/2019 It is with great honor Monmouth County Vocational School District recognizes the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office as 2019 Business Partner of the Year.  The Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office, led by Sheriff Shaun Golden, and the Academy of Law and Public Safety, MCVSD, have been working closely together for Monmouth County student betterment since the […]

District’s Response to Division of Civil Rights Complaint

11/8/2019 – The Monmouth County Vocational School District is committed to providing a safe learning environment for all students. We do not tolerate harassment based on religion, race, disability, sexual orientation, gender expression, or any other distinguishing characteristic of our students. When we learned of the April 2018 anti-Semitic incident at the Marine Academy of […]

Greenskeeper and Sports Turf Management Apprenticeship

6/4/2019 – Students enrolled in the Horticulture Landscaping program at the MCVSD Career Center in Freehold, NJ will have the opportunity to engage in and complete a US Department of Labor and New Jersey Department of Education approved Greenskeeper and Sports Turf Management Apprenticeship. This Apprenticeship will be the first of its kind in the […]

Congratulations to the Brian D. McAndrew Student Achievers

5/30/2019 – The students were selected not only for their academic achievement, but also because of their outstanding performance in extra-curricular activities and service to their community. Left-Right: Emily Rosa (Aberdeen), Chanze Casale (Class), Riley Plosica (MAST), Michael Coppola (CEC), Guiseppe Alioto (ALPS), Connor Martin (CHS), Herick Londe (Neptune), Brian D. McAndrew, Ed.D., Alec Wells […]

Congratulations to 2019 MCVSD Teacher/Educational Specialist of the year

May 23, 2019 Pictured Left to Right– Superintendent Timothy McCorkell, William Fetherman (MAST), Lisa Franciosi (Career Center), Vincenzo Spadavecchia (Freehold), Jenna Sauer (ALPS), Stefanie Garguilo (AAHS), Sabina Campbell (CHS), Ray St. Denis (Career Center), Ellen Jaspan (CEC/Neptune), Melinda Kelley (Class), Diana Laczny (BTHS), Frances Finley (HTHS), Victoria McPeak (MAST), Assistant Superintendent Charles Ford, Jr., Ed.D, […]

Responsibilities of the Sheriff

May 13, 2019 Monmouth County Sheriff, Shaun Golden, spoke to the students at the Academy of Law and Public Safety. Sheriff Golden spoke about the roles and responsibilities of the Sheriff and the Sheriff’s Department.

HTHS girls share coding skills with middle schoolers at STEM event

May 4, 2019 LINCROFT – Girls from High Tech High School are showcasing their talent in coding while giving back to younger students. Annie Zhou said when she went to a summer camp for engineering, she was the only girl. Now, Zhou is among many girls. She and her classmates are bringing their love for […]

HTHS Receives National Recognition for Commitment to Empowering Students

March 2019 Lincroft, NJ – High Technology High School announced today that it has been recognized as a Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished School for providing broad access to transformative learning opportunities for students through PLTW Computer Science and Engineering. It is one of just 64 high schools across the U.S. to receive this honor. PLTW is a nonprofit […]

Festo Didactic Business Partner of the Year

December 2018 Monmouth County Vocational School District has recognized Festo Didactic, Inc., of Eatontown, which hosts the district’s new Advanced Manufacturing & Robotics program for shared-time students. “Festo Didactic is an international corporation and a leading equipment and solutions provider for technical education. The company designs and implements learning laboratories, educational equipment and programs that train people […]

Shore manufacturers scramble to high schools to find workers

Originally posted on: Asbury Park Press December 21, 2018 New Jersey’s job market remained relatively stable in November, the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development said Thursday in a sign that employers still need to be creative to fill positions. As the state’s jobless rate fell to its lowest level since 2001, employers have begun […]