Dr. Wanda Cook-Robinson received the Outstanding Leader Award. The Women Rock Science fundraiser and gala honors women who are making an impact in Michigan and around the country in STEAM education.
In October, communities nationwide place heightened awareness of the devastating effects of bullying on children and families. During National Bullying Prevention Month, Oakland Schools Intermediate School District joins countless other organizations, schools, and individuals in coming together to raise awareness about the negative impact of bullying.
Juwan Willis, a high school automotive teacher from Pontiac, Michigan, has been named a $100,000 grand prize winner of the 2023 Harbor Freight Tools for Schools Prize for Teaching Excellence®, winning $30,000 for himself and $70,000 for his school’s program.
At a recent Prostart Air National Guard Event, five culinary students from OSTC-SE (Demaris Harvey, Abbie Roth, Anya Blaquiere, Matt Moore, and Kaitlynn Rowe) showcased their culinary prowess in military pop-up kitchens fueled by jet fuel. Assigned the task of creating a dessert sample for 200 middle school students, the students took on the challenge with enthusiasm.
A resounding success, the recent showcases at OSTC-Northeast welcomed a total of 190 enthusiastic 10th grade students exploring various programs on campus.
Tsubusa Suzuki, a distinguished alumnus of the OSTC-Northwest Culinary Arts/Hospitality program, made a triumphant return to his alma mater to share his culinary expertise with current students.
Excitement buzzed through the Engineering, Robotics, and Mechatronics (ERM) program at OSTC-Northeast as two new robots joined the ranks. Demetrius Wilson, ERM Instructor, received a cutting-edge FANUC robot, a generous addition that benefited all campuses.
In a remarkable display of skill and expertise, students from the OSTC-SW Campus asserted their dominance at the annual Local 25 Ironworkers welding competition.