SCTC Instructor, Kim McEwen is being recognized for her work in closing the gender gap! #engineering￼ #computerscience #robotics ￼#sctc4me #mainecte #collegeboard Visit Link to the Newspaper Article below: https://www.centralmaine.com/2021/03/18/skowhegan-high-and-tech-center-receive-female-diversity-award-for-participation-in-computer-science-course/
As we welcome staff and students back to school for the 2020-21 school year we ask that each of you use the following “Self Check – Pre-Screening Tool” provided by the Maine Department of Education. #COVID19 #safeguarding #TogetherWeCan #mainecte #sctc4me 0 People Reached 0 Engagements Boost Post Like Comment Share
When the SCTC Staff heard there would be no “in person” awards ceremony they decided to work together to create a Four Part Facebook live video series to show the students how much they mean to them and honor their success of completing the program. Each night offered a different set of successes. Night One,…
We would like to announce our 2020 NTHS Inductees! Congratulations!
UPDATE DUE TO COVID-19: It is important to us that we stay in touch, provide opportunities for learning at home, and are available for support throughout the closure of schools. SCTC Instructors have been working to develop these educational opportunities for learning at home. Although we recognize that this is not a replacement for school,…
SCTC Culinary Arts students had the opportunity to learn techniques from a guest Chef today. That being Chef Heidi Parent who was on season 16 of Hell’s Kitchen and currently is the Culinary Arts Instructor at Capital Area Technical Center. Chef Crate and Chef Parent worked with the students to create a near perfect Beef Wellington.
Our CNA Students visited Maine College of Health Professions in Lewiston this week. The students learned about the nursing tracks they offer along with their radiology program. Students where excited to learn that the college has 100% employment placement upon finishing one of their programs. #sctc4me #Melmac #Collegeoptions #placement #HCC #mainehealth
On October 4th, 2019, Early Childhood students attended the Maine Association for the Eduction of Young Children’s (MAEYC) conference in Bangor, Maine. The students participated in sessions about advocacy, leadership, lesson planning etc. They also had the opportunity to connect with seasoned early childhood professionals and learned about careers in this field.