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  • Continuing Education Opportunity for Seniors Impacted by COVID-19

    Families and our 2020 graduates of the Berks Career & Technology Center!

    As part of our commitment to your success and to ensure all of our graduates are prepared to meet the demands of their chosen industry after high school, we are offering an exciting opportunity for our 2020 graduates to return as an adult during the 2020-2021 school year to complete any certifications they were not able to complete due to the COVID-19 school building closure. Those who choose to take advantage of this unique opportunity will attend as an adult student and will only need to attend BCTC during the times coordinated with your instructor when the missing certification is being offered. Students who may be interested in attending but have work or school obligations during the day may be able to attend adult evening courses based on availability. Students who are taking advantage of this opportunity will be able to attend free of charge.

    In order to properly plan, we are asking all 2020 graduates who wish to take advantage of this opportunity to contact the Administrative Assistant for Student Services to state their intentions (Mrs. Eileen Matz – East Campus or Mrs. Connie Zerbe – West Campus) by 3:00 PM on Thursday, August 13, 2020.

    Congratulations to our 2020 graduates! We look forward to seeing you so that you may take advantage of this excellent opportunity to achieve your goals!

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  • The Berks Career and Technology Center Joint Operating Committee under the leadership of Chairperson, Mr. Oscar Manbeck, BCTC Executive Director, Dr. James Kraft and the and Administration of the Berks Career and Technology Center, want to reassure the school districts and students, parents and businesses in which we serve that we remain firm in our stand against racism, injustice, and inequality. We will continue to support our sending districts in their commitment to ensure a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning environment for all students in Berks County.  BCTC is committed to these core values and will demonstrate our reaffirmation and commitment through our actions. As a school of choice, our beliefs are focused on fostering inclusion, compassion, kindness, and respect for our students, families, staff and community.