Welcome to the SWWC
Serving Chelsea, Dexter, Lincoln, Manchester, Milan, and Saline school districts
with quality Career and Technical Education programming for over 25 years!
Our Mission Statement
We, the member districts as the South and West Washtenaw Consortium, shall best educate students together in areas where individual districts cannot do as well alone.
The Career and Technical Education component of the South and West Washtenaw Consortium empowers its students to be productive members of a changing technological world.
The students are provided with the knowledge necessary to achieve the requisite skills, positive attitudes and work habits to meet those goals.
Culinary Arts Regional Competition
Friday, February 10, 2017 - At Oakland Community College
Congratulations to the following students on winning medals!
Commercial Baking - 1st Place (Gold) - Emma Keeler
Restaurant Service - 2nd Place (Silver) - Lara Hijazi
Culinary Arts - 3rd Place (Bronze) Kiersten Garrett
Gold - 1st Place - Culinary Arts - Kelly Zielinski
Once again the SWWC Culinary Students took more medals than any other school at Regionals!!!!!!
Friday, February 10, 2017
Congrationals to the following students placing at competition!!!
2nd Place (Silver) - Ethan Lobbestael- SMAW Welding
1st Place (Gold) - Gus Rickelmann- SMAW Welding
1st Place (Gold) - Brad Bristle- GMAW Welding
Arthur Berkey Science Fair
Local Results 2017
Anastasia Frederick - Top Gold Award
Plant Systems 9-10 Grade Individual
Dustin Drake & Amanda Jedele
Top Gold Award
Animal Systems 9-10 Grade Team
Dan Caroen - Top Gold Award
Animal Systems - 9-10th Grade Individual
GOLD - Grace Popa
SILVER - Wesley Welt, Colin Nouhan, Yanic Sadek, Kaitlyn Higgins, Christina Richard, Hannah Evers
BRONZE - Team Luckhardt/Trinkle, Clay Curtis, Jacob Niethammer, Colin Mitchell, Samantha Sturt
Business Professionals of America
Henry Ford Community College
Friday, January 6, 2017
A special "Thank You" to those students that took time out of their winter break to compete at the regional competition.
Congratulations to the Saline winners:
Aidan Delfuoco: 1st place - Fundamental Spreadsheet Application
Lucy Buie: 2nd place - Fundamental Accounting
Jacob Ohren-Hoeft: 2nd place - Payroll Accounting
Olivia Craig: 6th place - Database Application
Special Honors To:
Congressman Tim Walberg HOSTED “GROWING JOBS IN MICHIGAN” TOWN HALL MEETING
Tuesday, February 9 at Saline High School
In addition to Congressman Walberg from 7th Congressional District of Michigan, the event featured a panel of community leaders who talked about positive solutions for job creation and workforce development. Some of those present were Scot Graden (Superintendent at Saline Area Schools), Steve Jedele (Owner of Steve’s Custom Signs), Greg Cook (Toyota), Fred Piercy (President of R&B Plastics Machinery) & Tom Preston (President of Precision Devices Inc.)
After all, February is Career and Technical Education Month, so one of the key areas of discussion was ways to help the next generation successfully enter the workforce and put more Americans back to work with 21st century skills. Members of the community were also provided an opportunity to help deliver solutions to help grow a health economy.
Our Program Director and Principal, Jody Gielinski, Tries Her Hand At Welding!
It's a great day when the Director and Principal of SWWC wants to join in on the class in Welding and give it a try. Mrs. Jody Gielinski came prepared, dressed in her custom welding jacket and the other necessary PPE (personal protective equipment) to learn to weld. Student, Ian Schwenke, was on hand to give thorough instructions and tips for a good weld bead. You rock, Mrs. Gielinski!!
Mike Rowe of 'Dirty Jobs' highlights the Skilled Trades
* Skilled Trade Jobs are in hot demand today! Watch: Mike Rowe's Videos to learn more.
It is the policy of the South and West Washtenaw Consortium not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, height, weight, religion, language, or marital status in of its programs, activities, or employment