June 5th, 2020 UpdateCongratulations to the Class of 2020 Graduates!!May 26, 2020 Update
Academic Packet Returns:
Attention 9th - 12th Grade Students:
All Academic Packets may be returned to the Hazleton Area High School or the Hazleton Area Career Center beginning Wednesday, May 27, 2020. There is a box labeled as “Drop Box” in front of each building. You may drop off your packet at any time during the day. Please be sure to place your first and last name on each packet.
All packets should be returned by Friday, June 5, 2020.
If you attend the Hazleton Area Academy of Sciences, you may return your packet to the Hazleton Area High School.
An announcement will be made to return your books and to pick up personal items left in your lockers in the near future.May 22, 2020 UpdateFinal Schoology Assignments are posted! Diesel CDX Tests Book 2 Chapters 11, 12, & 13 - Get 'er Done!Hello Small Engine Repair and 9th Grade Career Exploration Students,I have your final assignments posted in Schoology. They are both dated as being due on Wednesday, May 27th.To those of you who participated on Schoology, I would like to thank you.As we continue to move forward with our online learning for next school year those of you not graduating this year have hopefully developed a better understanding of what is involved. I hope you choose to stay with classes at the Career Center.To those seniors, I wish you nothing but the best in your life pursuits. It was my pleasure to have you in my class.Have a great Summer, and continue to stay safe!Mr. LazarDiesel Level 1 StudentsAs we move forward to next school year there will likely be an opportunity to review this information before moving on to more hands-on learning.I'd like to see all of you back in Diesel, and remain at the Career Center for your classes. I'd also like to wish you a great Summer. Please stay safe!Mr. LazarMay 15, 2020 Update3rd Quarter GradesSkyward is scheduled to be rolled over this Sunday, May 17, 2020. 3rd quarter grades should be available for viewing sometime next week. Any work done in Schoology will count toward the 4th quarter grades, NOT the 3rd quarter grades, so if you notice I have cleared out any grades that were in Skyward for work done using Schoology over the last week. I will re-enter these grades when I get clearance from administration.As I will begin to include graded work for the 4th quarter it is important that those students who can logon to Schoology continue to do so over the next few weeks. (You should have completed what was posted there this week. Some students did, while other students may be missing some assignments that should have been handed in on the due date posted in Schoology) Anything handed in AFTER the due date posted on Schoology will be graded as being LATE.Some students MAY have picked up a packet to complete at home, due to their inability or limited access to online learning. You will get notice when to turn these in at the Career Center. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgStay Safe and Healthy,Mr. Lazar
For those students using Schoology who choose to work ahead in hope of getting assignments done or out of the way, I will not respond to any comments or grade them until the date they are due. I believe the pace I've set with two or three assignments per week is more than fair enough. Have a great weekend!
Mr. Lazar 😎ATTENTION 9TH GRADE AND SMALL ENGINE REPAIR CLASSES - OUR ONLINE LEARNING WILL BEGIN ON MONDAY, MAY 11th. WE WILL BE USING THE SITE KNOWN AS SCHOOLOGY AND YOUR LOGIN INFORMATION IS POSTED IN A LINK ON THE LEFT OF THIS PAGE, AND HERE FOR SMALL ENGINES OR HERE FOR THE 9TH GRADE CLASS.YOU MAY BE USING EDGENUITY FOR YOUR OTHER CLASSES, BUT WE WILL USE SCHOOLOGY SO PLEASE KEEP CHECKING THIS PAGE AND THE LINKS ON THE LEFT AS WELL AS IN SKYWARD FOR MESSAGES AND INFORMATION. I WILL UPDATE THIS EACH WEEK.DIESEL LEVEL ONE STUDENTS WILL CONTINUE WITH THE CDX ONLINE CURRICULUM THAT WE HAVE BEEN USING - LOGON INFORMATION FOR DIESEL STUDENTS IS POSTED ON OUR CLASS LINK FOR DIESEL LEVEL 1 ON THE LEFT OF THIS PAGE. SEE THE LATEST MESSAGE BELOW - POSTED MAY 11, 2020.Attention Diesel Level I Students!!MESSAGE IS POSTED IN SKYWARD!Skyward is scheduled to be rolled over this Sunday, May 17, 2020. 3rd quarter grades should be available for viewing sometime next week. Students who had access to CDX had an opportunity to complete any makeup work they chose to do, and some did while others did not.As I will begin to include graded work for the 4th quarter it is important that those students who can logon to CDX begin working on Book 2: Chapters 11, 12, and 13 over the next few weeks. (You should have completed Chapter 11 THIS WEEK – and you can check in Skyward when the due dates are for these assignments) Some students MAY have picked up a packet to complete at home. You will get notice when to turn these in at the Career Center. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at email@example.comStay Safe and Healthy,Mr. LazarMr. Richard Lazar
Phone: (570) 459-3221 ext. 82204, 82122, 82103Grade(s): 9 - 12Subject(s): Diesel Technology Level 1
Small Engine RepairConstruction TechnologyBasic Home RepairComputer Aided Design9th Grade Career Exploration ClusterMy name is Mr. Lazar. I hope you have a positive learning experience in my class this year. For my 35th year of teaching in the HASD I have been assigned the following classes:Diesel Technology Level 1Introduction to the world of diesel mechanics. Level 1 students begin by gaining a foundation in understanding classification of vehicle types, as well as both safety and tool usage, while gaining valuable skills related to the diesel technology field via completion of task lists.Small Engine Repair ElectiveSmall Engine Repair is a lecture/lab class in which you will gain knowledge of both two stroke and four stroke cycle small engines. You will study the components and the operation of these engines and acquire an understanding of how to diagnose and repair problems as well as how to perform basic maintenance.Construction Technology ElectiveThe purpose of this course is to introduce career-bound students to a general woodworking shop experience, while learning to work safely with both hand and power tools in order to produce quality examples of projects made out of solid wood, plastics or other materials.Computer Aided Drafting ElectiveThe CAD elective is set up for those students who have an interest in undertanding a multitude of precision drawing techniques used by engineers, designers and architects to generate plans and assembly drawings. State of the art Autodesk software is utilized.Basic Home Repair ElectiveThe main purpose of Basic Home Repair is to instruct students in an understanding of the tools, techniques and methods used to maintain and remodel homes, while becoming a wise, informed consumer.9th Grade Careeer Exploration ClusterThis class is setup to give pre vocational students an overview of the traditional building, design, fabrication, and automotive trades. The class is a project based learning experience.