Yesterday, Carmine Pecorelli, a WWII, Vietnam and Korea veteran, visited with our Media II Students. He is a good friend of theirs from their trip to Arlington with Wreaths Across America. He enjoyed a tour of our school and got to visit all of our programs. We enjoyed meeting him and having the opportunity to listen to stories of his vast experiences!
This is an important message from Ellsworth School Department
The Ellsworth School System is in the midst of developing the vision for our schools, our future direction! Our plan is to collect ideas from as many community members and stakeholders as possible, and synthesize the ideas into a vision that will guide all of our future work. We’ll then craft a multi-year strategic plan that will map out important steps toward our vision. Please help us by sharing your ideas. We’re eager to see what you have to say! Please click on the following link to complete the survey! http://goo.gl/forms/dsQBvNLcYp
HCTC Culinary students return home with the Sanitation Award and 3rd Place overall in the ProStart cooking competition on Saturday, March 21st in South Portland.
Saturday, March 28 from 8:00 am-11:00 am.
Students will get an opportunity to tour the school, learn about one specific program and do a project/activity within the chosen program.
All workshops cost $40 and are available on a first come, first served basis.
For questions, call 667-9729
Hancock County Technical Center sent 57 competitors to the State of Maine Competition on March 5th & 6th, and walked away with 30 medals!!! As always, we are extremely proud of how our students represented themselves and HCTC at this event. The sense of pride for our school and the camaraderie between our students was evident throughout the competition and ceremonies...another reason why HCTC is the best!
The 2nd Annual Tips 4 Skills was a huge success due in large part to the generosity and the hard work of the Pat's Pizza staff. Thank you Tim, Rachel, Stephanie, Rachelle, Amanda, Lisa, Mercy, Ben and the kitchen crew. Your hard work and patience with our students and staff are greatly appreciated. And, thank you to our community for coming out in support of our school.
Attached is a status update on the Ellsworth School Department's progress on our ongoing efforts to transition to a full proficiency-based education instructional model.