Career and Technical Department

  • Meet your Career Tech and Family & Consumer Science Teachers at Normandy

    Brian Kroth is both a member of the Science and Career and Technical Departments at Normandy High School.  He has a Bachelor's Degree in Science Education from Bowling Green State University and a Master's in Science Education from Cleveland State University.  Mr. Kroth has been a teacher at Normandy for 15 years and currently teaches Biotech.

    Dan Victor has been teaching Industrial Arts in the Parma City Schools for ten years.  He has taught Woods, Metals, Home Improvements, Auto Car Care, Auto Repair, and Modular Technology and most recently as part of the STEM program.  Mr. Victor just received his certificate to teach Special Education from Baldwin Wallace University.

    Terri Morgan has been teaching in the Medical Professions Program at Normandy High School for ten years.  She has degrees in Sports Medicine and Health from Ohio Northern University and a Master's in Education from Kent State University.  Mrs. Morgan is a Certified Athletic Trainer and American Heart Association CPR/First Aid Instructor.  Prior to teaching at Normandy, Mrs. Morgan was employed by Parma Community General Hospital as an Athletic Trainer.

    Sara Boone has been teaching in the Medical Health Professions Program at Normandy High School for 8 years.  Mrs. Boone also serves as one of Normandy's Senior Class Advisors.  She has a degrees in Athletic Training and Wellness from Baldwin Wallace University and a Master's in Education from Kent State University.  Prior to teaching at Normandy High school, Mrs. Boone was an Athletic Trainer for Parma Community General Hospital.


    Warren Parks entered the United States Air Force after graduating high school.  He worked on the forward equipment of the FB11A Bomber Jet repairing radar and navigation equipment.  After his honorable discharge six years later, he used his veteran benefits to attend Liberty University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.  Using his Air Force training combined with his bachelor’s degree he went to work at Cyberex in Mentor, Ohio as an engineer.  At Cyberex he built uninterruptible power supplies and static switches for nuclear power plants and off shore oil wells.  When the company closed, he used the opportunity to fulfill his lifelong desire to teach.  He taught sixth grade for three years, adult education technology classes at Auburn Career Center for three years and Technology Education classes at Bedford High School for ten years.  He completed Information Technology and Technology Education courses at Kent State University where he earned his Master of Education degree.  He also completed Cisco Networking Teacher Training at Cuyahoga Community College and is now teaching Cisco Networking and Advanced Computers at Normandy High School.

    David Droes has taught Radio and Television Production at Normandy High School since 2004.  Prior to teaching, Mr. Droes was a Sportscaster at WPTA-TV in Fort Wayne, Indiana.  Mr. Droes graduated from Baldwin Wallace University with a degree in Broadcasting and has a Master's Degree in Education from Kent State University.

    Cassandra Lehky has been teaching Cosmetology for 8 years. She teaches Senior Lab. Cassandra graduated from the PCSD and went through the Cosmetology program here at Normandy. She is still behind the chair 3-4 days a week at her own salon. She received the teaching certificate from Kent State.  
    Catherine English Is a former graduate of the Dental Technologies Program and has been at Normandy High School since 2012. She is a Certified Dental Assistant. And holds certifications in Coronal Polishing, Dental Sealants, Health Information Technology, CPR, Dental Radiation Health and Safety, Infection Control,
    Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) advisor. 
    She is a member of the American Dental Assistants Association, The National Society of Leadership and Success (Kent State University) 
    Former: Coordinator of the Oral Diagnosis and Radiology Department, Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine.