Programs

Auto Collision & Repair: ​Instructor Garry Carr

         

  •   Perform all phases of collision repair and refinishing
  •   Learn painting, structural & nonstructural repair, mechanical & electrical components 
  •   Practice color mixing, matching, tinting, and blending
  •   Work on school and customer vehicles
  •   Participate in Skills USA doing auto refinishing 
  •   Earn a college credit in OSHA safety

 

Automotive Technology: Instructor David Giroux  

        

  •   Learn safe operation of lifts, jacks, and holding fixtures
  •   Do brakes, alignments, suspension, electrical, and steering systems
  •   Diagnose and repair school and customer vehicles
  •   Participate in Ford AAA Competition
  •   Drivers license and good math skills strongly recommended
  •   Morning class is first year students, afternoon is second year
  •   Eligible for community college credits

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Building Trades: Instructor Marcel Giroux

       

  •  Use hand and power tools safely
  •  Build chimneys, fireplaces, brick and block leads
  •  Frame, sheath, and roof buildings, install doors and windows
  •  Learn estimating, blueprint reading, ordering, and project management
  •  Work on projects in the shop and in the community
  •  Prepare for Skills USA Competitions

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Commercial Art: Instructor Rik Belanger​

 

       

  •  Learn Adobe Visual Design skills and project management skills
  •  Develop a portfolio of graphic arts projects
  •  Eligible to compete in Skills USA
  •  Become an Adobe Certified Associate
  •  Must have basic computer skills and be a creative thinker and independent worker
  •  Earn 3 free college credits in Adobe Photoshop while in high school

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Early Childhood Education: ​Instructor Meg Perry                                      

       

  •  Work with preschoolers in the Community Preschool
  •  Learn child development and how to communicate effectively
  •  Plan weekly activities to promote language, social & emotional, and skill development
  •  Practice professional responsibilities working with young children and their families
  •  Second year students eligible for community-based internships
  •  Prepare for Early Childcare Assistant Certification Exam
  •  Eligible for community college credit

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EMT - Basic: ​Instructor John Bellino

        

  •  Learn trauma management, spinal immobilization, CPR/AED, bleeding control
  •  Rotate through ride-alongs with local EMT services
  •  Clean police record and strong attendance history required
  •  Prepare for Maine EMT-Basic Certification (national certification possible at age 18)
  •  Eligible for community college credit
  •  Mornings only

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Culinary Arts: Instructor Ellen Turcotte 

       

  •  Prepare for careers in Maine’s Tourism Industry
  •  Cater school and public functions
  •  Work in all areas of the Region Ten Café
  •  Study for Serv-Safe Certification Exam
  •  Bake and cook in Skills USA Competitions
  •  Eligible for community college credits

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General Trades: Instructor Susan Taylor 

       

 

  •  Students may have an IEP or 504 plan
  •  Participate in all White Owl Café activities
  •  Run school-wide recycling program and assist maintaining school grounds
  •  Make wreaths, build lawn furniture, learn basic small engine rebuilding
  •  Learn job readiness skills
  •  Participate in Future Farmers of America spring weekend in Bangor
  •  Program is a steppingstone to a community job site or another Region Ten program

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CNA: Instructor Joanne McMahon

         

  •  Learn patient care, body systems, and infection control in the classroom
  •  Apply skills during clinicals in hospital and long term care settings
  •  Student must be at least 16 and have a clean police record and strong attendance history
  •  Prepare for Maine Certified Nurse Assistant Certification exam
  •  Morning class only
  •  Eligible to earn 3 free college credits in Medical Terminology while in high school

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      Metal Fabrication/Welding: Instructor Gerry St. Denis 

       

  •  Work with grinders, welders, drilling machines, flame cutters
  •  Learn mig, tig, and arc welding
  •  Welding helmets, gloves, jackets provided
  •  Prepare for Maine Structural Welding Certification exam
  •  Build dock ramps, pig roasters, trailers, and other customer projects
  •  Participate in Skills USA Competition
  •  Eligible for community college credits

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Outdoor Power: Instructor Bill Ross 

       

  •  Learn principles of two and four stroke engines
  •  Maintain and repair motorcycles, ATVs, snowmobiles,
  •  Tune up, rebuild, or repair personal and customer engines
  •  Use hand and power tools, precision measuring instruments
  •  Learn Service Department operation procedures
  •  Participate in Skills USA and Maine Marine Engine Competitions

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Pre-Apprenticeship: Instructor Jason Darling 

       

 

  •  Earn high school credits working or volunteering
  •  Learn and practice job readiness skills attending Region Ten
  •  Apply practical skills at the jobsite or explore a passion volunteering
  •  Student work at jobsite evaluated regularly by employer and instructor
  •  Candidate must also be attending academic classes at sending school

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Tech 10 Basic: Instructor Rik Belanger 

       

  •  Safety instruction, possibly including an OSHA card to take forward when job hunting,
  •  Working with classmates to build a canoe, including making the molds and finishing with a composite resin,
  •  Community service projects,
  •  Plenty of practice with basic hand tools and power tools such as screwdrivers, wrenches, hammers, power drills, and skill saws,
  •  Plenty of hands-on practice with math concepts such as measurement, fractions, and decimals,
  •  Acquiring job attainment skills,
  •  Working with the Legos Robotics kits​

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