CCCTC Collision and Deisel Students Transform Bus

BEFORE
In photo left to right kneeling: Zach Quick, Thurston Bowes, Robert Callahan, Greg Knepp, Chris Swoope, Bree Irwin, Deseriee Parada, Lane Titus, Tyler Harzinski, Rudy Cordon, James Bainey, Adam Zetts, Logan Pinto, Raden Myers, Nickolas Clark, Nathan Johnson, C.J. Morrissey, Scott Thomas, Dalton Heichel, James Wilsoncroft, Devin Croyle, Noah Lidgett, Branden Davis, Alicia Passmore, Keegan Smeal, Crystal Hazel, Robert English, Jake Vandergrift, Zach Kahley.  Standing from left to right: Darrin Dale, Collision Repair Instructor, Reece Matthew, Diesel Equipment Maintenance & Repair Instructor.

The Clearfield County Career& Technology Center (CCCTC) CollisionRepair and Diesel students have been working over the past few months to transform the CCCTC bus that was in need of a makeover.  Mr. Darrin Dale, Collision Repair Instructor, said that both his AM and PM students helped restore the bus by removing old stickers, and sanding and prepping the bus for paint.  Students then repainted the bus and wheels with single stage urethane.  Along with Collision Repair students,students in the Diesel Equipment Maintenance and Repair program ran a safety check and performed needed repairs to the bus. Mr. Reece Matthew, Diesel Instructor,explained that his PM students did a lot of maintenance on the bus, such as a service check and engine repair.  The programs came together to give the CCCTC bus a much-needed makeover. During their time at CCCTC, students have opportunities to take the skills they are learning in their program and put them to use in real life events. To learn more about the opportunities for high school and adult students at the CCCTC, visit us at www.ccctc.edu.