August 14, 2019, will be the first day back to school for all 9-12 students.
PIRCTC held is annual CTE End of Year Celebration on May 24th with a cookout and social time. Students brought in non-perishable food items for two weeks while having a contest between programs morning and afternoon classes to see which class could bring the most items. Early Childhood Education afternoon class were the winners with…
Building Trades – Wyatt Fullen Farm Mechanics – Thomas Patenaude Early Childhood Education – McKenna LaFave Drafting/Engineering – Gabrielle Beaulieu Cosmetology – Meaghan Dubie AgriScience & Natural Resources – Emma Burby Business – Molly Kingsbury
On Wednesday May 22nd, the school farm hosted the honorable Minister Ross Wetmore and his staff. Minister Wetmore toured the school farm facilities as well as the CTE center in hopes of starting a similar agricultural program in New Brunswick.
“L.D. 859 would equip our 27 career and technical education schools to teach young people the hard skills they need.” Follow the link below to learn more about legislative proposals that will affect CTE funding. https://www.pressherald.com/2019/06/07/reps-fecteau-and-stewart-now-is-the-time-to-invest-in-maines-workforce/
Anna Berry far right (Fryeburg Academy), Brandon Capano 5th from the left (Sacopee Valley High School), Shania Drew second from the right (Fryeburg Academy), and Ciara Harriman third from the left (Lake Region High School) were the recipients of the 16th Masonic District Awards. This $1,500 award acknowledges the hard work, dedication, and ambition of students…
2019-2020 school year will be even more exciting than it is now for the tech center. This is the first year that we will be welcoming in freshmen to the programs. If you have a student that is an incoming freshman and is thinking about taking a class, please have them see our guidance counselor…
Congratulations to former Business Academy – Legal Studies student Tyler Hansen. Tyler recently graduated from SMCC with a Criminal Justice Degree; he also recently completed a five month internship with Biddeford Police Department where he earned the Chief’s Award for Excellence.
Former Business Academy – Legal Studies Program student Samantha Prior returned to talk to students about her career as a Biddeford Police Officer. Thank you Sam!
Former Business Academy – Medical Assisting student Tricia (Doody) Jellison returned to talk to students about her career as a SMHC RN…..thank you Tricia!