Isaac Bedard

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Braelyn Bailey

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

C.N.A.

Daniel Pratt

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

PRE-APPRENTICESHIP

Donald Bromiley

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

AUTO TECH

Jack Tibbetts

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

E.M.T.

Jacob Belanger

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

METAL FAB & WELDING

Justin Spencer

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

GENERAL TRADES

Donald Bromiley

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

PRE-ENGINNERING

Liz Alexander

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

Lucas Wolkins

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

AUTO COLLISION

Shane Merrill

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

OUTDOOR POWER SPORTS

Tyler Andrews

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

ENGLISH

Webster Taylor

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

CULINARY ARTS

Jordan McNamara

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

BUILDING TRADES

WELCOME!

If your child is considering enrolling in Region 10, you may have many questions. Please view our program pages and feel free to reach out to any member of the faculty and administration with any questions you may have.  If you would like to see what our campus looks like and get a quick idea of what it might be like to attend our classes, please call the main office and schedule a tour.

Our faculty is truly dedicated to giving each of our students not only the skills needed to pursue their chosen career, but also the ability to think analytically and engage pro-actively to create solutions. Our commitment to their success does not end in the classroom, we work closely with the employers in the area and offer students many employment opportunites, internships as well as scholarships for further education.

My door is always open and I welcome the opportunity to speak with you.

Nancy Weed

Superintendent/Director

 

Why Career & Technical  Education?

  • Students enrolled in CTE courses are significantly more likely to develop problem-solving, project completion, research, communication, time  management, and critical thinking skills during high school.   (National Research Center for CTE)
  • Among students enrolled in rigorous academic courses, 80% also enrolled in CTE programs met college and career readiness goals compared to only 63% of those not enrolled in CTE programs.  (Southern Regional Education Board)
  • Graduates with a technical or applied science associates degree out-earn their peers with a bachelor's degree by $2,000-$11,000.   (CTE: Pathways toward Secondary Success, Barbara Michaelman)

CLICK HERE TO READ AN INFORMATIVE ARTICLE ABOUT CTE EDUCATION & JOB AVAILABILITY IN MAINE

MORE INFORMATION ON MAINE CTE STANDARDS

Staff Directory
PHONE: 207-729-6622

ADMINISTRATION

Nancy Weed, Director, x 111 

John Stivers, Asst. Director, x 112 

Kellie Gardner, Office Mgr, x 110 

FACULTY

Gerry St. Denis, Welding, x 202

Marcel Giroux, Building, x 205

Bill Ross, Outdr PwrSports, x 203

Meg Blake, Early Childhood, x 225

Garry Carr, Auto Collision, x 212

David Giroux, Auto Tech, x 222

John Bellino, E.M.T., x 116

Wade Boudreau, Gen. Trades, x 210

Joanne McMahon, C.N.A., x 119

Jason Darling, English, x 120

Jean Palmer-Smith, x 206

Jim Dean, Culinary, x 121

Brian Choate, Math/Tech., x 121

Nick Charles, Pre-Engineering, x 115

ED TECHNICIANS

Alan Graves, email

Jay Danforth, email

Greg Quinlan, email

Sandra McLellan, email

David Simmons, email

Sheri Clark-Nadell, email

 

Staff Directory
PHONE: 207-729-6622

ADMINISTRATION

Nancy Weed, Director, x 111 

John Stivers, Asst. Director, x 112 

Kellie Gardner, Office Mgr, x 110 

FACULTY

Gerry St. Denis, Welding, x 202

Marcel Giroux, Building, x 205

Bill Ross, Outdr PwrSports, x 203

Meg Blake, Early Childhood, x 225

Garry Carr, Auto Collision, x 212

David Giroux, Auto Tech, x 222

John Bellino, E.M.T., x 116

Wade Boudreau, Gen. Trades, x 210

Joanne McMahon, C.N.A., x 119

Jason Darling, English, x 120

Jean Palmer-Smith, x 206

Jim Dean, Culinary, x 121

Brian Choate, Math/Tech., x 121

Nick Charles, Pre-Engineering, x 115

ED TECHNICIANS

Alan Graves, email

Jay Danforth, email

Greg Quinlan, email

Sandra McLellan, email

David Simmons, email

Sheri Clark-Nadell, email

 

Student Handbook
Pre-School Info
Culinary Arts Menu

The Culinary Arts Program hosts a luncheon on Thursdays at 12:00-1:00.

 THIS WEEK’S MENU

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

WELCOME!

If your child is considering enrolling in Region 10, you may have many questions. Please view our program pages and feel free to reach out to any member of the faculty and administration with any questions you may have.  If you would like to see what our campus looks like and get a quick idea of what it might be like to attend our classes, please call the main office and schedule a tour.

Our faculty is truly dedicated to giving each of our students not only the skills needed to pursue their chosen career, but also the ability to think analytically and engage pro-actively to create solutions. Our commitment to their success does not end in the classroom, we work closely with the employers in the area and offer students many employment opportunites, internships as well as scholarships for further education.

My door is always open and I welcome the opportunity to speak with you.

Nancy Weed

Director

 

Why Career & Technical  Education?

  • Students enrolled in CTE courses are significantly more likely to develop problem-solving, project completion, research, communication, time  management, and critical thinking skills during high school.   (National Research Center for CTE)
  • Among students enrolled in rigorous academic courses, 80% also enrolled in CTE programs met college and career readiness goals compared to only 63% of those not enrolled in CTE programs.  (Southern Regional Education Board)
  • Graduates with a technical or applied science associates degree out-earn their peers with a bachelor's degree by $2,000-$11,000.   (CTE: Pathways toward Secondary Success, Barbara Michaelman)

CLICK HERE TO READ AN INFORMATIVE ARTICLE ABOUT CTE EDUCATION & JOB AVAILABILITY IN MAINE

MORE INFORMATION ON MAINE CTE STANDARDS

Staff Directory
PHONE: 207-729-6622

ADMINISTRATION

Nancy Weed, Director, x 111 

John Stivers, Asst. Director, x 112 

Kellie Gardner, Office Mgr, x 110 

FACULTY

Gerry St. Denis, Welding, x 202

Marcel Giroux, Building, x 205

Bill Ross, Outdr PwrSports, x 203

Meg Blake, Early Childhood, x 225

Garry Carr, Auto Collision, x 212

David Giroux, Auto Tech, x 222

John Bellino, E.M.T., x 116

Wade Boudreau, Gen. Trades, x 210

Joanne McMahon, C.N.A., x 119

Jason Darling, English, x 120

Jean Palmer-Smith, x 206

Jim Dean, Culinary, x 121

Brian Choate, Math/Tech., x 121

Nick Charles, Pre-Engineering, x 115

ED TECHNICIANS

Alan Graves, email

Jay Danforth, email

Greg Quinlan, email

Sandra McLellan, email

David Simmons, email

Sheri Clark-Nadell, email

 

Pre-School Info
Culinary Arts Menu

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CTE Standards

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

NEWS & EVENTS

SKILLS USA COMPETION

Students at Region 10 competed in the Skills USA competition in March.  Students who were selected to compete in the final activities build sheds, wired walls, restored cars, created advertisements, demonstrated their nursing skils and created wedding cakes.  The skills learned and projects put forth by the students were incredible!  It was an amazing demonstration of the diversity of talent evident among our students.

Isaac Bedard

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Braelyn Bailey

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

C.N.A.

Daniel Pratt

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

PRE-APPRENTICESHIP

Donald Bromley

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

AUTO TECH

Jack Tibbetts

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

E.M.T.

Jacob Belanger

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

METAL FAB & WELDING

Justin Spencer

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

GENERAL TRADES

Donald Bromley

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

PRE-ENGINNERING

Liz Alexander

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

Lucas Wolkins

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

AUTO COLLISION

Shane Merrill

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

OUTDOOR POWER SPORTS

Tyler Andrews

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

ENGLISH

Webster Taylor

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

CULINARY ARTS

Jordan McNamara

STUDENT OF THE MONTH

BUILDING TRADES