Local principal to take over at Lycoming Career and Technology Center – Williamsport Sun-Gazette

Nov 1, 2021

HUGHESVILLE — The beginning of the year will bring a new director to Lycoming Career and Technology Center as Nathan Minium will take over the position left vacant by the retirement of Eric Butler.
“I always thought that the Lycoming Career and Technology Center had great programs and produced students who were ready to enter a career and make an impact in their own future and that of others,” Minium said.
“The chance to continue building upon these opportunities and use my leadership skills to support, guide, and enhance the great things that Lyco CTC is already doing is exciting,” he added.
Minimum has been the principal at Turbotville Elementary School for the past four years. Prior to that, he served as Warrior Run High School principal and assistant principal for four years.
Before coming to Warrior Run, Minium worked in the Milton Area School District as assistant high school principal and assistant elementary principal.
Minium taught alternative education at the secondary level and was an elementary teacher in Osceola County Florida. He is originally from New Columbia and graduated from Lycoming College with a degree in psychology and elementary education certification. He recently completed his superintendent’s letter of eligibility program.
“I am looking forward to continuing the great work that Mr. Butler has been doing at Lycoming Career and Technology Center. My experiences working with Mr. Butler, the faculty, and staff when I was the Warrior Run High School Principal were excellent and I have seen the amazing skill sets that students acquire from the faculty and educational programs provided at Lyco CTC,” Minium said.
“During my upcoming transition, I want to focus on developing relationships with all stakeholders, fostering community partnerships, and preparing students that are ready to make a positive impact in their careers and regional workforce. I am excited for the future of Lycoming Career and Technology Center and all that it has to offer the students and their school communities,” he said.
“Lyco CTC provides a high quality education to the students who attend the school. These programs prepare students who graduate ready to be employed, continue their education, or begin a career journey in a field they are skilled and highly passionate about,” he added.
Minium plans to be at Lyco CTC full-time in January.
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