SCRTC News

Mr. James’ Building Trades class working on CHS’ soccer fielding storage building. (Submitted photo)

By Luke McDonald, Senior from WHS

He is enrolled in the Building Trades class

 

What a busy few weeks we have had at SCRTC!   Each of SCRTC’s eight programs of study have been hard at work in their prospective shops as well in their classrooms.  More than 50 students from Shead, Woodland and Calais High Schools are sending students to learn valuable trades this year.  

Mr. James’ Building Trades class has been working on CHS’ soccer fielding storage building.  Students have been learning to set up staging, flashing and shingling roofs this week.    

Mr. Brandon’s Computer Tech class has been super busy fixing technical issues with internet and laptops.   

Mrs. Eagan’s Culinary Arts class started off by making cream puffs and they were tasty!  

Ms. Remington’s Early Childhood Education class has been busy organizing and decorating for their fall preschool class (applications are available by calling 454-2581).   

Mr. Johnson’s Welding class has been busy making welds.  He’s quite impressed at what he is seeing from his students already this year.  

Mr. Ginn’s Automotive Tech students are familiarizing themselves with the shop equipment as well safety standards.  

Mrs. Grass has her students thinking about projects they would like to work on this fall along with teaching ergonomics in her classroom.  

 

Finally, Mrs. Skrilletz’s Certified Nursing Assistant Class has been on a field trip already to Washington Place and are preparing for their first test.