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#1StudentNWI: March Brings Success in Robotics and Marketing at the PCCTC


What’s Happening
The five electronics students at PCCTC wrapped up their robotic competition after six months of hard work. Originally, when the competition started, there were 52 teams working on robots. The team started in October at Purdue when they came up with their original robot and placed in the top three, allowing them to move on to nationals. The contest was called the “National Nanoline Technology Contest” and was hosted by Phoenix Contact. This contest has been put on for nine years now. At the national level, only eight teams remained. The project that the career center team had was a “souped up” go-kart. They bought a cheap go-kart intended for children and took it to the next level.

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#1StudentNWI: Portage Students Plan to Take on the World


Student in the Spotlight
Although Senior Jonathan Moran is new to Portage High School, he has received some of Portage High School’s greatest awards and has made some great accomplishments himself. Moran and his younger brother Jacob made this move last fall from Crown Point High School.

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#1StudentNWI: February is Keeping Students at the Porter County Career & Technical Center Involved in a Number of Disciplines


Student Spotlight: Hannah Christie Named 2017 'Drive Safe Chicago' PSA Contest Winner
Hannah is a first year student in video productions and a junior at Boone Grove High School.

At the beginning of the month, Hannah was one of three finalists from the Career Center for the Drive Safe Chicago PSA contest. Her thirty second video was titled “Too Tired To Drive”. It warned viewers about the danger of driving while tired.

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#1StudentNWI: January Recap at Portage High School


For years, football homecoming has been an important event in high schools across the country, including Portage High School. Within the past two years, Portage has installed some new traditions and started a winter homecoming. The week of Jan. 9 kicked off this winter homecoming week for high school students.

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#1StudentNWI: Month of December at Portage High School


Student in the Spotlight
When thinking of the most popular student at Portage High School, most students agree that they think of Senior Emma Havrilla. Havrilla is a leader within the school and on the court.

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#1StudentNWI: A Busy Month at Porter County Career & Technical Center


What’s Happening?
On October 25th the Train Depot was rechristened and open for the public to view. The health occupations class and a few “Living Mannequins” greeted everyone who walked through the door. There were also a group of girls who were dressed in the attire of women from the 1940s era. It provided guests with a historic feeling. Many of the other classes participated in this event too.

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#1StudentNWI: Politics and Pride at Portage High School


What’s Happening
With the Presidential Election just a few days away, students are both excited and nervous to see what the country decides. Portage High School will be conducted its annual mock election to see who Portage students want in office.

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#1StudentNWI: PHS Athletics Steps Up Their Game

Portage-1StudentNWI-September-01Portage Athletics Steps Up
These past few years, Portage Athletics has not been producing as many wins as they did in the past. But this year, all the teams are earning more W’s than before. These wins have been giving athletes a new attitude and giving surrounding towns something to talk about.

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#1StudentNWI: Portage Student Takes on Spain


Back in February, Kai Watkins was given the chance to spend six weeks studying in Spain in the summer. After much anxiety and nerves, Watkins decided to make the trip. Although he has studied Spanish for his entire high school career, Watkins was still having nerves going to a country where that was the main language. The host family Watkins spent the summer with did not speak English at all and he was more often than not surrounded by people who spoke Spanish.

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#1StudentNWI: A Look at Cool Experiences for Portage High School Students


What’s Coming Up
In preparation for the upcoming dance season, the dance team has been practicing nonstop, but six certain dancers are putting in an extra 15 hours a week preparing for something else.

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#1StudentNWI: Looking Back and Forward at Portage High School


Student in the Spotlight
While most students have been spending their summer attending open houses or going to the beach, Senior Class President Ethan Davenport spent a week at Trine University for Hoosier Boys State.

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