No findings in SCCTC audit

The Susquehanna County Career and Technology Center recently underwent a six-year financial aid audit. No findings, recommendations or suggestions resulted.
Superintendent Ken Cuomo said, “It was a perfect audit, which is highly unusual, and
for the auditors to have no findings, when that is their job, is a testament to a job well done.”
The next 12-month Practical Nursing program will begin on July 6. This program was formerly known as the Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program.
The students of the SCCTC partnered with the Business and Professional Women’s Club to host the Endless Mountains Empowerment Summit for Women.
Progress is being made on the SCCTC student built house. Each day, two student crews from the carpentry and cabinetmaking and electrical, plumbing and heating programs are working on the fourth house project. The students are now drywalling, spackling, and painting. The house, located along Hunsinger Road in Dimock Township, is 2100 square feet with three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. It features a stone and vinyl exterior and a two-car garage.
A Challenge program with Cabot Oil & Gas resulted in 10 students awarded $200 each. These students were nominated by their instructors in five categories: attendance, STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), community service, academic improvement, and academic excellence.

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