Attention SRTC Seniors and families, New information has been added to our website to assist with the financial aid/scholarship process. Information regarding the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is here: https://5il.co/13zrt and resources related to scholarships can be found under the "Current Students/Parents" section of our website at https://www.sanford.org/o/sanford-regional-technical-center. If you need assistance, please contact our Career Planning Counselor, Jen Bartlett at jbartlett@sanford.org or 324-2942.
15 days ago, Kathy Sargent
The Culinary Arts program, under Chef John Couture's guidance, catered a breakfast for Administrators and Counselors from our 8 partner schools on Thursday, December 16th. This was no easy feat, taking into consideration COVID precautions and timing (Chef's students show up at the time that the event starts) so lots of prepping occurred to ensure our guests were fed well and on time. We received nothing but rave reviews from the attendees, so complete kudos goes to you, Chef, and your team of students! Students were hard at work the next day, creating gingerbread. Nice work Culinary Arts!
about 1 month ago, Kathy Sargent
breakfast
Gingerbread
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gingerbread 3
Students in SRTC’s Fire Science program recently toured Southern Maine Community College. SMCC provides both an Associate’s Degree and Certificate program in Fire Science, making SMCC a great option for students interested in continuing their education in the field. In the words of SRTC’s Career Planning Coordinator, Jennifer Bartlett, “The SRTC group was wonderful and the SMCC Fire Science instructor's presentation and interaction with the students was outstanding. We had a beautiful, though chilly, picnic lunch outside overlooking the water!”
about 2 months ago, Kathy Sargent
SMCC
This is a wonderful Facebook shout out from the Sanford Fire Department. Thank you to the SFD for giving our students a chance to prove themselves and to our instructors for preparing them. Congratulations!
about 2 months ago, Kathy Sargent
SRTC students who are pursuing engineering in college next year...The Dearborn Scholarship and Maine Pulp and Paper Scholarship applications are due this month! Contact Mrs. Bartlett or your SRTC instructor with questions.
about 2 months ago, Kathy Sargent
Just two days remaining to purchase a Give Back Where It Counts bag to support SRTC. For the entire month of November, when you purchase a $2.50 reusable GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag at the Shaw's located at 1364 Main Street, Sanford ME, $1 is donated to the Sanford Regional Technical Center, unless otherwise directed by the customer through the Giving Tag attached to the bag. We hope that you can support us through a purchase and by sharing this news with family and friends. The GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bags are located on displays around the store and at the checkout. For more information about the program, please visit shaws.bags4mycause.com. Thank you for your support.
about 2 months ago, Kathy Sargent
Shaws
Just a reminder of the Shaw's Give Back Bag program. We appreciate your support of SRTC. For the entire month of November, when you purchase a $2.50 reusable GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag at the Shaw's located at 1364 Main Street, Sanford ME, $1 is donated to the Sanford Regional Technical Center, unless otherwise directed by the customer through the Giving Tag attached to the bag. We hope that you can support us through a purchase and by sharing this news with family and friends. The GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bags are located on displays around the store and at the checkout. For more information about the program, please visit shaws.bags4mycause.com. Thank you for your support.
2 months ago, Kathy Sargent
Shaw's Give Back Bag
SRTC sponsored our annual College and Career Fair on Tuesday, November 9th after a one year hiatus due to COVID. We are proud to say that this event can be done safely! Students at both SHS and SRTC learned about their options from 80 different colleges, employers and branches of the military who were our guests for the day. Representatives were thrilled with the organization of the facility, the structure of the day, and the students, who were praised as being well-prepared, interested, and smart. Many thanks to several SHS and SRTC individuals and groups who made everything come together, from the overall organization and prep, food, set up and clean up, signage and communications and guest services including check-in, greeting, and parking. SRTC students were involved in every aspect of this event and, as always, helped us to shine!
2 months ago, Kathy Sargent
BIW booth
Coast Guard booth
Today is launch day for the Shaw's GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Program! Starting today and for the entire month of November, when you purchase a $2.50 reusable GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag at the Shaw's located at 1364 Main Street, Sanford ME, $1 is donated to the Sanford Regional Technical Center, unless otherwise directed by the customer through the Giving Tag attached to the bag. We hope that you can support us through a purchase and by sharing this news with family and friends. The GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bags are located on displays around the store and at the checkout. For more information about the program, please visit shaws.bags4mycause.com. Thank you for your support.
3 months ago, Kathy Sargent
Shaws
SRTC celebrated the day with many costumes and seasonal activities. In the Academy of Business, students participated in a little spook-a-tition working in teams on marketing a Halloween event. Students created menus, coupons, merchandise, and more relating to their chosen theme. Digital Design students wrapped up their horror movie poster competition with some chilling scenes. Students from throughout the school had the opportunity to vote on the scariest, most creative, and the movie they most wanted to watch.
3 months ago, Kathy Sargent
AOB
poster winners
poster winner
AOB 2
Students from the AM session of Landscaping and Horticulture are preparing to sell their next batch of apple cider, produced from apples they harvested. Our cider was pressed locally by Giles Farm.
3 months ago, Kathy Sargent
cider sale
Attention SRTC Senior Parents: FAME (Finance Authority of Maine) is offering individualized free FAFSA (application for financial aid) help sessions for SRTC parents: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2021. Sign-up in advance now. These will be held IN-PERSON at SRTC (Enter through front door of building). Masks are required. Please register for a time using the one of the links below: Mid-day block 10-2 : https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=20545409&appointmentType=26844171 Afternoon/Evening block 2-7 : https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=20545409&appointmentType=26844180
3 months ago, Kathy Sargent
Emergency Medical Services students Jordyn Cook, Logan Bennett, Mike Morris and Noah Cyr are pictured here practicing taking blood pressures in class. Students who successfully complete this one-year course and required third-party testing earn their EMT certification. Great work so far!
3 months ago, Kathy Sargent
EMS PM2
EMS PM
The Engineering Applications with Robotics program at the Sanford Regional Technical Center is now sponsored by Pratt & Whitney! The attached photo is from the celebration and photo opportunity to acknowledge this gift made through the Sanford Schools Legacy Foundation. Pratt & Whitney has been a long-time supporter of our FIRST Robotics involvement, so their sponsorship for this program is a perfect fit. Pictured are Matt Nelson, Superintendent of Schools and Legacy Board Member, Patsy Aprile, Legacy Board President and COO of Southern Maine Health Care, James Brann, former PMT mentor, Engineer, and Business Unit Manager for one of Pratt & Whitney North Berwick’s business units, Lorelei Richey, Sr. Director of Operations at Pratt & Whitney, Tom Stierhoff, Robotics Engineer and Robotics Team mentor at Pratt & Whitney and Mark Patterson, Legacy Board Member and owner of Patco Construction. A big thank you to Pratt & Whitney for their ongoing support of the Sanford Regional Technical Center!
3 months ago, Kathy Sargent
Pratt
Academy of Business students easily transitioned to remote instruction last week and presented their projects remotely. Our Academy of Business PM students were doing presentations about the Marketing Research Process. Students worked on presentations in teams of 2-3 and covered the following topics: 1. Components of the Marketing Research Process 2. Limitations of Market Research 3. Benefits of Market Research 4. Technology that Can Be Used to Conduct Market Research on Industry, Customers and Competition. Also, National M&M Day was on October 13. The AM Academy of Business students had to design their own M&M product and present it to the class showing how they incorporated the Marketing Mix (Product, Price, Place and Promotion). Students voted for their favorite, which was designed by Elaina Eves from Noble High School.
3 months ago, Kathy Sargent
AOB PM
AOB PM 2
AOB PM 3
M&M
Many thanks to our SRTC Instructors who quickly transitioned to remote instruction last week for Thursday and Friday. Here, Chef John Couture, Culinary Arts Instructor, teaches through a live demo for students.
3 months ago, Kathy Sargent
Chef
Good morning SRTC Class of 2022 and Senior Parents, If you are planning to attend college next year, SRTC has some events coming up to help you in completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Please see this letter for more information: https://5il.co/10i3s.
3 months ago, Kathy Sargent
Greetings SRTC Families, I hope this communication finds you well. SRTC is preparing to start the 21-22 school year on Monday, August 30th. The opening of school letter can be found here: https://5il.co/xlgs. We look forward to seeing you! Have a wonderful weekend, Kathy Sargent, Director
5 months ago, Kathy Sargent
Good afternoon, There will be a free clinic for TDap and/or MCV4 (meningococcal) vaccinations at Sanford High School on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 from 12pm-4pm for students entering grades 7 through 12. Please use this Google Form to register https://forms.gle/Tnc6CZoGJSDQBoY2A. Remember, effective 9/1/21, LD 798 goes into effect and philosophical and religious exemptions to the state’s immunization requirements will end. Students in grades 7 through 12 MUST be up to date on their TDap and/or MCV4 vaccinations or they will not be able to begin school in the fall. If you have any questions, please contact our summer school nurse Amy Humphrey at 608-8790.
6 months ago, Steve Bussiere
The SRTC Main Office will be closed July 2nd through July 6th and also July 9th. Have a great holiday weekend!
7 months ago, Kathy Sargent
sun