Union-Endicott High School’s technology department awarded Program of Excellence

Union-Endicott High School’s Technology Department has recently received the New York State Technology Education & Engineering Association Program of Excellence Award. The department, which offers a wide range of programs including welding, automotive, flight simulation, and carpentry, was nominated for the award by the Southern Tier Technology & Engineering Educators Association.

Technology teachers Corey Munn, Mike Wichowski, and Tom Palazzo accepted the award at the NYSTEA annual conference. Over the past few years, enrollment in the department has doubled and Corey Munn expressed his gratitude for this recognition: “It is a great honor to receive this award and be recognized by our peers for all of our hard work in building this program.” The Program of Excellence Award is one of the highest honors given by the New York State Technology & Engineering Educators Association.

As a result of this recognition, Union-Endicott High School is now being considered for international recognition as well. This achievement serves as a testament to the hard work and dedication of the school’s technology department in providing students with high-quality education in technology and engineering.

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