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.
On March 2 & 3, 2017, 25 SCTC students competed in 16 CTE based skill contests at the SkillsUSA Maine State Leadership & Skills Conference in Bangor. Students competed in their field of study demonstrating their skill and presenting their knowledge. SCTC received the “Jeff Small School Spirit Award” 8 students earned the Statesman Award 1…
Students from SCTC and it’s surrounding sending schools participated in the annual College & Career Fair hosted in the SAHS Media Center today. Tracie Travers who helped organize the event said “it was so busy at one point [that] I had to stand aside to avoid bumping into students”. There were over 30 colleges and…
Day Two Outdoor Leadership & Skills students used the Kennebec River as their classroom this week. Their instructor Mr. Houston uses the river and it’s rapids to teach them canoe paddling techniques, they include eddy turns, peel outs, surfing and ferries. These skills will help the students reach their goal to become certified “Class II Whitewater Canoe Paddlers”.
On Tuesday, October 11, 2016, Students from our Early Childhood, Co-Op, Health Care Careers and Pre-Engineering programs toured the University of Maine at Orono.
Did you know SCTC provides free bus trips to our students and their families to visit colleges? Our first trip is to Southern Maine Community College on Saturday, October 22nd, 2016! FMI see the flyer below or call 474-2151!
Students at SCTC skyped with Senator King on January 29th. http://1.usa.gov/1iU8WlT