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SKILLS USA RECOGNITION
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Please be sure to congratulate our students that attended the SkillsUSA Conference last week on a job well done. As expected, our students were outstanding representatives and ambassadors of our school. And the competitions were a success!

Gold Medal Winners:
Community Service: Erick Martinez, David Barrios, and Erick Hernandez
American Spirit: Noelani Garcia, Lucia Gonzalez, and Odilia Mendez
Community Action: Rodolfo Pineda Fuentes

Silver Medal Winner:
Early Childhood Education: Angela Gomez

Our SkillsUSA chapter was also recognized with the Gold Standard for Community Service, and we have been selected as one of the top 24 chapters in the country as a National Model of Excellence.

Finally, please extend your congratulations to Jason McCuish for being awarded the SkillsUSA Massachusetts Advisor of the Year!!!!

Thank you so much for your continued support of our entire student body and SkillsUSA chapter. We could not have done it without you. Stay tuned for additional information regarding sending our gold medal winners to compete at Nationals!

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED TO MTT PROGRAM!
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Gene Haas Foundation awarded the Machine Tool Technology program a scholarship grant check for $12,000. The funds will be used to help graduating seniors, in the Engineering & Machine Tool Technology programs, further their education in CNC machining &/or engineering. $2,000 of the funds will be donated to the schools SkillsUSA chapter.

Pictured in the photo:
(L to R) Eng Tech student David Millian, Principal Robert Buontempo, Machine Tool teacher Pedro Blas, Eng Tech student Anthony Benavides, Engineering teacher Kim Keighley, Mach Tech student Jayden Lowe, Machine Tool teacher Michael Pickering & HAAS rep Marc Lapointe.
LVTI CONNECTS WITH NEW ENGLAND LABOR!
Students from LVTI spent a week training with the New England Laborer’s Union to replicate union jobs, woxrking conditions and requirements. On Wednesday, students were given an opportunity to visit the union’s training center in Hopkinton, MA. Mayor McGee (center) came to Tech to encourage the students to apply themselves and to look for lucrative career opportunities within the various unions.
AUTO TECH GETS A LIFT!
Auto Tech Photo CollageThe juniors in auto tech are working to take out another engine!
Auto Tech's first big project get a lift! The vehicle had a bad transmission that we had to replace with a new one. We removed the drivetrain from the vehicle so the students could have a better hands on experience. It is still a work in progress but we have the drivetrain and new transmission installed in the vehicle. The project should be finished by next week.
OUR TIGERS ARE CHAMPS!

The LVTI Tigers are CAC State Vocational Champions in their division!

They convincingly handled Nashoba Tech last night 50-22. This team has proven themselves to be the best in LVTI History with a commanding 12-1 record! We would like to thank all of the teachers and staff that came out to support these fine young athletes. The number of people that came out to cheer them on to victory was amazing. I know this show of force kept the Tiger spirit strong! Congratulations to the outstanding coaches and the players! Thank you to our cheerleaders for their hard work, spirit and steadfast dedication. They have all brought pride to our school and to the City of Lynn.
Thank you again for a historic and truly memorable football season.

LVTI BLOOD DRIVE A SUCCESS!
 
ADAMS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
LVTI celebrated the 40 seniors who received the John and Abigail Adams scholarship with an ice cream sundae party.
LVTI TEACHER WINS SERVICE AWARD!
Jason McCuish Award Presentation Photo
Jason McCuish, School Committee members, LVTI Administration and Superintendent, honoring Jason for receiving the 2nd Annual Peter Gomes Service Award.
 


 

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  Our Vocational/Technical Program Overview
  LVTI Program of Studies For 2018-2019 School Year
  2017 Application for Admissions
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Drama Intramural Computer Club
Science Club School Newspaper Music Club
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Robotics Cheerleading National Honor Society
TV Club Yearbook Cooking/Baking Club
Skills USA Chess Gay/Straight Alliance
   
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  Teens At Work - Understanding the Youth Work Permit Process
  LVTI List of Accomplishments
   
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  Check Out Our Lynn Tech Library Page!
  LTVI 2013-2014 Student Handbook | English
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Welcome to Lynn Vocational Technical Institute

Lynn Tech offers sixteen technical areas that all students explore during part of their freshmen year before choosing a career path of study for the next three years. We offer three licensed trades where students log hours toward licensure while learning in shop. Co-Operative education and internships are also available to juniors and seniors who meet eligibility requirements. These students have the opportunity to transition into the workplace, offering them advanced on-the-job training that often leads to full time employment upon graduation.  

The faculty and support staff at Lynn Tech is committed to providing our students with the best academic, technical and personal experience possible. Please read our mission statement and feel free to contact us if you’d like more information on what Lynn Tech has to offer.

Principal 
Carissa Karakaedos

Our Philosophy
Lynn Vocational Technical Institute provides its student population with a career and technical education as well as a rigorous academic program.  By creating a safe environment that is conducive to learning, students are able to develop into successful professionals and life-long learners.  The school gives students the opportunity to participate in cooperative education, community service, and numerous extracurricular activities.

Lynn Vocational Technical Institute takes pride in supporting a diverse student body. The highly qualified staff is committed to helping its students excel in their academic and technical pursuits and in developing leadership skills that will prepare them for the future.  

Our Mission Statement
The mission of Lynn Vocational Technical Institute is to provide students with the academic and technical skills necessary to be college and career ready.  We are committed to fostering and promoting a strong work ethic that will enable students to become productive, respectful and responsible adults.

Our Goals
  1. To use evidence-based teaching practices and instructional technologies to teach the content in the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.
  2. To increase family and community involvement.
  3. To provide ongoing professional development to the staff.
  4. To provide students with guidance and support services that help to enrich their vocational, technical, academic, physical and social development.
  5. To provide a clean, safe, and welcoming school environment free of bullying, discrimination and harassment.
  6. To carry out the School Improvement Plan by using data to evaluate and inform curriculum.
  7. To expand the integration of vocational and academic education.
  8. To continually examine our CVTE programs and offer shops that will prepare students for careers in emerging local and global industries and trades.  
“Students Today…Professionals Tomorrow”
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Lynn Vocational Technical Institute Information

Our School Information and Resource Links
Grades Offered PK - 9 - 10 - 11 - 12
Phone (781) 477-7420
Fax (781) 477-7415
Address - Map Link 80 Neptune Blvd, Lynn, MA 01902
School Day Monday - Friday 7:45 AM until 2:30 PM
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Staff and Teacher List Current School Year
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Last Website Update: August 9, 2018 5:48 PM
School Staff and Faculty List for 2018-2019 (This page is being updated)

Our School Staff List
Our Phone (781) 477-7420
Our Fax (781) 477-7415
Principal Carissa Karakaedos
Vice Principal
Fred Gallo
Vice Principal
Emily Spinucci
Principal Clerk Angie Johnson
Clerk Phone (781) 477-7420  extension 3002
Vice Principal Clerk Barbara Marr
Vice Principal Clerk Phone (781) 477-7420  extension 3003
Clerk Typist Germania Mendez
Clerk Typist Phone (781) 477-7420 extension 3203
Guidance Clerk and Steno Karen Mancinelli
Guidance Clerk Phone (781) 477-7489
Account Clerk Lisa Spirito
Clerk Phone (781) 477-7420 
Main Office To Be Announced
Cooperative Education To Be Announced
Coop Education Phone (781) 477-7489
Data and MCAS Coordinator Kim McFarlane
Guidance Counselor Brian O'Connell
Guidance Counselor Johanna Smith
Guidance Counselor Heather Toomey
Guidance Phone (781) 477-7489
Adjustment Counselor To Be Announced
School Nurse Main Building Jacqueline Murphy
Main Building Nurse Phone (781) 477-7420 extension 3009
School Nurse Annex Building Mary Smith
Annex Building Nurse Phone (781) 477-7420 extension 3142
Hall Monitor Roderick Valrie Jr.
Hall Monitor Valrie Phone To Be Announced
Hall Monitor Bartlett Phone Jack Bartlett
Monitor Bartlett Phone (781) 953-3233
Hall Monitor ECC James Runner
Monitor Runner Phone (781) 953-3233
Administration Department And Staff Profiles

Our School Faculty List
Academics
English Department
Noelle Beaulieu Department Head
Justin Barasso Fred Morley
Amy Glidden Jason McCuish
Jeremy McKeen Anthony Perillo
English Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Library and Media Specialist Department
To Be Announced Library Specialist
LVTI Library And Faculty Profiles
   
Math Department
Edward Johns Department Head
Brian Conlon Wendolin Elad
William Cammett William Hart
Paul Mason Caileen Moran
Math Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Physical and Heath Education Department
Joseph Conlon Helen Ridley
P.E and Health Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Social Studies Department
Mark Curry Department Head
Adolph Graciale John Peabody
Kathy Pieroni Vincent Tringale
Social Studies Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Science Department
Banafsheh Salamat Department Head
Alec Alexion Aemi Herrera
Kim Holey Samuel Katz
Peter Brannen Meghan Self
Science Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Special Education Department
Lucretia Williams Department Head
Marta Akim Math Teacher
To Be Announced COACh Program
Mark Duchane Vocational Inclusion Teacher
Anette Sykes Life Skills Teacher
Kristine Banos Fresh Start Program
To Be Announced ELA Teacher
Michelle Steele TEAMS Program
Linda Taylor Science Teacher
Christopher Trahan Math Teacher
John Perry Resource Inclusion Teacher
Claire Price Resource Inclusion Teacher
Katie Frank Resource Inclusion Teacher
Special Education Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Vocational
Auto Collision and Repair Department
Barry McCaul Department Head
Scott Brogan Fernando De La Cruz
Auto Collision-Repair Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Automotive Technology Department
Douglas Balestrieri William Hussey
Nick Wonoski
Automotive Technology Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Carpentry Department
Kenneth Beaudet Peter Sheridan
Carpentry Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Cosmetolog Department
Emely Bayron Kristen Lepito
Cosmentology Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Culinary Arts Department
Anthony Canadas Steven Lopez
Joseph Skeadas
Culinary Arts Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Early Education and Care Department
Jennifer Ciampi Department Head
Lisa Bellamah Christina Dixon
Early Education and Care Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Electrical Department
Richard Wall Department Head
Richard Whitaker Ron Hennessy
Electrical Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Graphic Communications and Design Department
Melissa Blanchard Beth Mercaldi
Edward Veiga
Graphic Communications and Design Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Health Technology Department
Kim Conway Richard Frank
Suzanne Arnold Kristen Powers
Health Technology Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Metal Fabrication and Joining Technology Department
Martin Amirault Joseph Fountain
Metal Fabrication and Joining Technology Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Plumbing Department
Michael Surette David Gagner
Plumbing Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Machine Tool Technology Department
Michael Leone Michael Pickering
Machine Tool Technology Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Pre-Engineering Department
Kimberly Keighley
Pre-Engineering Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Programming, Web Development and Computer Technology Department
Kevin Ankiewicz Charles Chandler
Michelle Michaud
Programming, Web and Computer Technology Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Radio and Television Broadcasting Faculty
Donald Hussey Department Head
Nathaniel Heard Noube Rateau
Radio and Television Broadcasting Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Support Staff
All Areas  
Maureen Benea Estervina Beltre
Richard Bucko Yris Chalas
Tracy Clement Maria Cirineo
Rosa Lovera Difo Kielisa Fisher
Ana Beltre-German Nadienka “Kathy” Perez  
Joanne Pinkham Maria Suarez
Luisa Valenzuela  
Building Substitute Faculty
All Areas
Gary Dixon Nick Grassa
Robert Mason
Translation Resource Faculty
All Areas
Fernando Medrano Alexandria Sanchez De Johns
Athletics and Sports
Head Coaches
Joseph Skeadas Athletic Director
Adolph Graciale Interim Assistant Athletic Director
Athletics and Sports Department And Faculty Profiles
 
Fall Sports Coaches
Colleen Richards Cheerleading Coach
James Runner Football Coach
Jeremy McKeen Boys SoccerCoach
Steven Lopez Volleyball Soccer
John Hogan Boys X-Country Soccer Coach
To Be Announced Girls X-Country Soccer Coach
Winter Sports Coaches
Stevie Patrick Biys Basketball Coach
Kathryn Wechsler Girls Basketball Coach
Colleen Richards Cheerleading Coach
Brad Tilley Swimming Coach
Gary Swerker Winter Track Coach
Spring Sports Coaches
To Be Announced Baseball Coach
To Be Announced Lacrosse Coach
To Be Announced Softball Coach
Jennifer Ciampi Track Coach
 
Last Website Update: August 9, 2018 5:48 PM
Welcome to the LVTI School Council Webpage

About School Councils
A school council is a representative, school building-based committee composed of the principal, parents, teachers, community members and, at the secondary level, students, required to be established by each school pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 71, Section 59C.

It is important to note the School Council plays an advisory role in assisting the building principal to organize and implement a School Improvement Plan which not only addresses the areas in which the school intends to comply with the requirements of the Educational Reform Act, but also how the school intends to meet those system-wide goals and policies adopted by the school committee. Membership will consist of the principal, teachers, parents, students and community members.

School Council Members for 2018-2019
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Meetings, Agendas and Minutes for 2018-2019
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