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    LCJVS PTA Dining to Donate at Ziggy's

    January 29, 2015 -- The Lorain County JVS PTA is hosting a “Dining to Donate” fundraiser at Ziggy’s Pub and Restaurant in Amherst on Tuesday, February 3rd.

    Anyone wishing to support the PTA simply tells a Ziggy’s staff member that they are there to support the JVS PTA and Ziggy’s will donate 15% of the cost of the order to the PTA. The event takes place between 11am and 11pm and includes carry-out orders also.

    Ziggy’s Tuesday specials include: a $5 one item pizza and stuffed peppers ($5.99 at lunch and $8.99 at dinner). The regular menu includes burgers, wraps, soups, salads, chicken, steak and seafood. A children’s menu is available.

    Ziggy’s Pub is located at 193 Park Avenue in Amherst. More information can be found at www.ziggyspubandrestaurant.com.

    The Lorain County JVS PTA was established as a means of encouraging community involvement and raising funds to support student scholarships and activities that promote student achievement. More information about the JVS can be found on the school’s website at http://bit.ly/LCJVSPTA.

  • JVS Grad Pursues College Degree in Computer Networking

    JVS Grad Pursues College Degree in Computer Networking
    Brian Paradis

    January 26, 2015 -- Brian Paradis’ fascination with computers began in childhood.

    “I knew early on that technology was going to play a big part in my life,” said Paradis, a computer technician and assistant to Sheffield-Sheffield Lake School District Technology Director Doug Cogdell. “I just wasn’t sure what career path to take.”

    But that path became clear after Paradis’ 8th grade class visited the Lorain County JVS for a tour.

    “That field trip opened my eyes. I was awestruck,” said Paradis, 19, a 2014 graduate of the JVS Network Communications Technology Program. “I thought it would be just another high school, but it was more like a college campus. I had no idea that they offered technology training. It got me thinking seriously about my education.”

    Paradis first worked for Cogdell during his sophomore year at Brookside High School, learning about servers and repairing computer equipment, projectors and SMART boards.

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