NTHS Inductees: Front row: Jayda Pellerin, Emma Seeyle, Prue Maxwell, Willow Newman, Kylie Donovan. Back row: Kale Sapiel, Cassidy Johnson, Haley Donovan, George Townsend, Megan Hatt Absent Brooke Russell

By Haley Donovan.  


Each program is working hard to complete classroom instruction time, practical time, and community service projects.   Building Trades is still diligently working on a shed for a local community member.  Also, student Riley Waycott, is building a bird house that will be auctioned off to help raise funds for the renovation of the Calais Rec Center.  As always, Mrs. Eagan's Culinary Arts students are hard at work catering for meetings in house as well as for the community.  The Business Studies Program will be opening their store located in Calais High School by January of 2018.  Stay tuned for more information on this.  Welding students are continuing to work on their projects/welds.  Automotive students have been busy changing out tires for community members in preparation for the upcoming winter weather.   Computer/Electronics students are continuing with their website design for the Calais School Dept.  The CNA program students have been learning about the pulmonary portion of the human body as well as continuing their clinical time at Calais Regional Hospital.  Last but not least, eleven students nominated from within the SCRTC programs of study were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society last night at a formal assembly held at WCCC's Assembly Room.  FMI about any of our programs, visit our website at  


Automotive Instructor Austin Ginn  instructing his student Nicole.

NTHS inductee Cassie Johnson with her completed Capstone Welding Project.

Welding student Matthew Perkins.

Building Trades Instructor Jerry James with student Riley Waycott working on the bird house for the Calais Rec Center auction.