Instructor Online Hours
Teachers hold DAILY GOOGLE MEET Sessions to connect with students according to the schedule below. These sessions can be accessed through each teacher’s Google Classroom. Teachers are also available for additional help, which can be coordinated on a case-by-case basis by emailing the teacher.
|Instructor Name||Program||Office Hours|
|Adams, Brian||Social Studies||Mon-Fri 12:30-1:30 PM|
|Ash, Joshua||Advertising, Art & Design||Mon-Fri 11:30-12:00 & 1:30-2:00 PM|
|Baney, Jason||Electrical Construction & Maintenance||Mon-Fri 10:00-11:00 AM|
|Border, Erin||Nursing 1&2||Mon, Wed, Fri 9:00-10:00 AM Tues, Thurs 12:30-1:30PM|
|Comeau, Jared||Auto Tech 2&3||Mon-Fri 9:00-10:00 AM|
|First, Steven||Automation, Robotics & Electronics||Mon-Fri 9:00-10:00 AM|
|Fogleman, Jason||Precision Machine Technology||Mon-Fri 10:00-11:00 AM|
|Foland, Michele||Dental||Mon, Wed, Fri 11:00-12:00 Tues, Thurs 3:00-4:00 PM|
|Franklin, Christine||Cosmetology 1&2||Mon-Fri 10:00-11:00 AM|
|Franson, Lindsey||Social Studies||Mon-Fri 1:00-2:00 PM|
|Funk, Josh||Auto Tech 1||Mon-Fri 11:00AM - 12:00 PM|
|Hammond, Keith||Welding||Mon-Fri Mon-Fri 11:30AM - 12:30 PM|
|Heater, Rich||Computer Networking||Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8:30-10:00 AM & 12:30-2:00 PM & Wed 8:30-10:00 AM|
|Knouse, Joseph||Logistics||Mon-Fri 9:00-10:00 AM|
|Kocher, Marc||Carpentry 1||Mon-Fri 11:00AM - 12:00 PM|
|Krepps, Doug||Diesel 2&3||Mon-Fri 10:00-10:30 AM & 2:00-2:30PM|
|Lamertina, John||Computer Programming||Mon-Fri 1:00-2:00 PM|
|Lauver, Kathy||Nursing 3||Mon-Fri 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
|Miller, Bobby||Culinary||Mon-Fri 10:00-11:00 AM|
|Miller, Rachael||Cosmetology 3||Mon-Fri 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
|Monn, Anne-Louise||Social Studies||Mon-Fri 3:00-4:00 PM|
|Olcese, Kim||Emerging Health Professionals||Mon, Wed, Fri 4:30-5:30 & Tues,Thurs before and after A&P Class (9:45-11:15)|
|Parson, Andrew||Diesel 1||Mon-Fri 12:00 - 1:00 PM|
|Perry, Malena||Horticulture||Mon-Fri 8:00-9:00 AM|
|Pokrivka, John||HVAC||Mon-Fri 1:00-2:00 PM|
|Reitzel, Nancy||Early Childhood Education||Mon-Fri 10:30-11:00 AM & 1:00-1:30 PM|
|Shannon, Stephen||Criminal Justice||Mon,Wed, Fri 9:00-10:00 AM & 1:00-2:00PM & Tues,Thurs 6:00-7:00PM|
|Shearer, Bill||Social Studies||Mon-Fri 10:00-11:00 AM|
|Snider, Jody||Carpentry 2&3||Mon-Fri 4:00-5:00 PM|
|Weaver, Megan||Social Studies||Mon-Fri 1:15-2:15 PM|
|Weber, Scott||Masonry||Mon-Fri 2:00-3:00 PM|
|Yaukey, Brenton||Auto Collision||Mon-Fri 4:30-5:30 PM|
Google Classroom Codes
2. Go to http://classroom.google.com
2. Press the "+" button and select "Join a Class".
3. Use the following Class Codes as appropriate.
|Program||Instructor||Class\Level\Period||Google Classroom Code|
|Advertising, Art & Design||Ash||AM||2oyjixl|
|Advertising, Art & Design||Ash||PM||xhmnj2j|
|Automation, Robotics, Elect.||First||AM||7rnejju|
|Automation, Robotics, Elect.||First||PM||qzd5idi|
|Auto Collision||Yaukey||All Levels||qu7dwz5|
|Automotive Technology||Funk||AM\Level 1||wubkcef|
|Automotive Technology||Funk||PM\Level 1||mlncl3p|
|Automotive Technology||Comeau||Level 2||t4s5u7r|
|Automotive Technology||Comeau||Level 3||a5iorza|
|Computer Networking||Heater||Level 1 and 2||7nt5fte|
|Computer Networking||Heater||Level 3||2hz4254|
|Computer Programming||Lamertina||Level 1||nwzdkfz|
|Computer Programming||Lamertina||Level 2 and 3||nztosw5|
|Cooperative Education||Berkstresser||All Students||se5625k|
|Criminal Justice||Shannon||AM\Level 1||r34k2zg|
|Criminal Justice||Shannon||AM\Level 2||me4ttzc|
|Criminal Justice||Shannon||AM\Level 3||piudqc5|
|Criminal Justice||Shannon||AM\All Levels||td47xc4|
|Criminal Justice||Shannon||PM\Level 1||thfefch|
|Criminal Justice||Shannon||PM\Level 2||ljoli6u|
|Criminal Justice||Shannon||PM\Level 3||pme4rds|
|Criminal Justice||Shannon||PM\All Levels||3qsakvx|
|Diesel Technology||Parson||Level 1||ti5a3g5|
|Diesel Technology||Krepps||Level 2||75uisaf|
|Diesel Technology||Krepps||Level 3||el2tlwk|
|Early Childhood Education||Reitzel||AM\Level 1||ek457xg|
|Early Childhood Education||Reitzel||AM\Level 2||cy5zom4|
|Early Childhood Education||Reitzel||AM\Level 3||76b4d7z|
|Early Childhood Education||Reitzel||PM\Level 1||gr22av6|
|Early Childhood Education||Reitzel||PM\Level 2||kkadnmv|
|Early Childhood Education||Reitzel||PM\Level 3||vnokzqr|
|Electrical Construction/Maintenance||Baney||Level 1||aa75rdz|
|Electrical Construction/Maintenance||Baney||Level 2||s7zkbga|
|Electrical Construction/Maintenance||Baney||Level 3||r4w5mi7|
|Emerging Health Professionals||Olcese||All Students||2zesj5h|
|Logistics\Warehouse Mgmt.||Knouse||AM\Level 1||bodr7tx|
|Logistics\Warehouse Mgmt.||Knouse||AM\Level 2||c23fwi7|
|Logistics\Warehouse Mgmt.||Knouse||PM\Level 1||lcifofr|
|Logistics\Warehouse Mgmt.||Knouse||PM\Level 2||tcy74ku|
|Precision Machine Technology||Fogleman||Level 1||p2nzuu7|
|Precision Machine Technology||Fogleman||Level 2||Zwptjdw|
|Precision Machine Technology||Fogleman||Level 3||2kgai7z|
|Social Studies||Franson||World Studies - Period 1||cd2xcv3|
|Social Studies||Franson||World Studies - Period 2||avni5fq|
|Social Studies||Franson||World Studies - Period 3||cjy3chd|
|Social Studies||Franson||World Studies - Period 7||wcx3bq3|
|Social Studies||Franson||World Studies - Period 8||4u5dp4f|
|Social Studies||Franson||Senior Seminar||7vhbjny|
|Social Studies||Monn||Period 1||tqmsbsm|
|Social Studies||Monn||Period 2||v7l7lbn|
|Social Studies||Monn||Period 4||hyhkg6g|
|Social Studies||Monn||Period 5||swxyvph|
|Social Studies||Monn||Period 6||nixdnlw|
|Social Studies||Monn||Period 7||6devgac|
|Social Studies||Monn||Period 8||tg5clkf|
|Social Studies||Shearer||World Studies||c36p26w|
|Social Studies||Shearer||American Studies||cqyttth|
|Student Services||Payne||All Students||anu4mkk|
|Student Services||Staub||All Students||7q6rtz3|
Cooperative Education Spotlight- Kyler Hooks
Kyler Hooks spends the second half of each school day working for L.B. Smith Ford in Leymone. He is currently enrolled in the Automotive Collision program at Cumberland Perry AVTS. After 2 years of classroom training, he decided to put his skillset to work and applied for a position with LB Smith. He is now gainfully employed and working through the Cooperative Education program at CPAVTS. Each day brings a new adventure for the Northern York High School senior as he learns the ropes of the real world. Disassembly and reassemble vehicles, read estimates, apply body filler, prep vehicles for paint, prime and sand vehicles are all part of a job description that Kyler is more than prepared to handle. He loves the fact that everyone in the shop is friendly and always helping him learn the tricks of the trade. He is patiently waiting to graduate as he has a full time position waiting on him. Kyler knew from day one that he wanted to repair crashed cars and thanks to having a good career plan and Vocational Education background, he is prepared for the real world.
Program Spotlight- Automation, Robotics and Electronics
Summarize what you learn in your program in one sentence.
“Fluid, electronic, and mechanical power, includes robotics, hydraulics/fluids, gears and pulleys, and PEET.”
What is the hardest part of your program?
“Electronics, such as A.C. and D.C. power, ohms laws/watts laws, sine wave.”
What is the most fun part of your program?
“All of the materials we have to learn, and the individual projects.”
What is some of the recent technology you are learning to use in your program that is specific to your profession?
“Robotics commonly used in the industry. There is also 3D printing, which is also commonly used.”
What is your plan for after high school?
“I want to go to Thaddeus Stevens, I plan to go to a two-year college.”
What is going to be the highlight of the year in your program?
“Finishing a project on making a rotary subwoofer.”
What are you proud of learning how to do in your program?
“Arduino programming and circuit making.”
Explain a typical day in your program?
“1st period- all level 1 students are in a lecture while level 2’s work in the lab. 2nd period- All student go to our Social Studies classes. 3rd period- level 2 students are in a lecture while level 1’s work in the lab. 4th period- all students work in the lab. ”
How is your program at CPAVTS different from other classes you have had in the past.
“Much more hands- on, independent, more professional, and more freedom. We need to wear uniforms, we can learn at our own reasonable pace.”
What advice would you give to a beginning Level 1 students who is just starting the program, or to a student interested in enrolling in the program?
“Focus, don’t be interruptive, don’t be a trouble-maker. Work hard, and continue your learning at home.”
Catching Up With...Emma Adams, Class of '19
Describe the company or industry in which you currently work.
“I am currently working for Tuckey, which is an HVAC/R company, which also deals with Metal Fabrication and Restoration.”
What is your job title and what do you do?
“I am an HVAC technician in training. That means I ride with a technician and help with general maintenance and also troubleshoot when something is not working.”
What other employment have you had related to your program areas at CPAVTS?
“I have not worked for any other HVAC company, I was a Cooperative Education student with Tuckey my final year at CPAVTS, and that transitioned into a full time position after graduation.”
What additional education and training did you receive after leaving CPAVTS?
“Any additional training was on the job, from working with a technician. CPAVTS did help prepare me for this be giving me skills and the troubleshooting way of thinking that I use today.”
How was Cumberland Perry different than your regular high school?
“Cumberland Perry is just a really different place. It trains you in a specific skill that you must know for your future employment, and life in general. You determine that training based on what you are interested in pursuing. This school prepares teenagers for the transition into adulthood, and sets them up for success.”
How has your industry changed?
“Technology has definitely gotten much smarter since I left on a year ago! It will continue to advance as time goes on, things are always changing.”
What is your favorite CPAVTS memory?
“My favorite memory is the entire time I was here...it’s impossible to narrow it down! Meeting people from different schools, learning useful information, and having an amazing teacher! All of it shaped me into who I am today. I am so grateful for my time at CPAVTS, and education. I have so many incredible memories, I can’t even count them.”