SRTC Student grades are up to date for the 1st Quarter on Infinite Campus. The "In Progress" is up to date and should reflect your student's performance in their program. We are now beginning Quarter 2 of Semester 1. Please contact Anne L'Heureux at alheureux@sanford.org if you do not have Infinite Campus access.
8 months ago, Matt Petermann
SRTC
Kiwanis in Sanford made a donation to the SRTC Building Trades Program, recognizing the program's dedication to revitalizing Cobb Stadium. Kiwanis took the initiative to organize an effort aimed at revitalizing Cobb Stadium. They scheduled four days of work to be carried out by their members and students in the Building Trades Program. The specific task was to strip and reside the existing storage garage situated in the lower back corner of Cobb. Kiwanis members and students stripped off the old wood clapboard siding and replaced it with new white vinyl siding, giving the structure a refreshed and modern appearance. They also installed aluminum wrap trim, ensuring durability and protection for years to come. To express their support for the SRTC Building Trades Program's contribution to the revitalization of Cobb Stadium, Kiwanis donated $1,500 to the program. This contribution will enhance the program's resources and enable them to continue providing valuable hands-on experiences to future students.
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
Kiwanis in Sanford made a donation to the SRTC Building Trades Program, recognizing the program's dedication to revitalizing Cobb Stadium.   Kiwanis took the initiative to organize an effort aimed at revitalizing Cobb Stadium. They scheduled four days of work to be carried out by their members and students in the Building Trades Program. The specific task was to strip and reside the existing storage garage situated in the lower back corner of Cobb.   Kiwanis members and students stripped off the old wood clapboard siding and replaced it with new white vinyl siding, giving the structure a refreshed and modern appearance.   They also installed aluminum wrap trim, ensuring durability and protection for years to come.   To express their support for the SRTC Building Trades Program's contribution to the revitalization of Cobb Stadium, Kiwanis donated $1,500 to the program. This contribution will enhance the program's resources and enable them to continue providing valuable hands-on experiences to future students.
Do you want to know more about the programs offered at Sanford Regional Technical Center? Learn everything from the program's objectives, what kind of hands-on experience they offer, and much more. Check out the spotlight on the Academy of Business Program here: https://www.sanford.org/o/sanford-regional-technical-center/article/1303706
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
Good morning - Due to events not yet resolved from last night's tragic shooting in Lewiston, Sanford schools and campuses will be closed on Thursday, October 26th out of an abundance of caution. Use this link to access a letter from Superintendent Nelson - https://5il.co/27syd Hourly employees should remain off campus as well. Will be in touch with further updates as they become available.
9 months ago, Matt Nelson
Do you want to know more about the programs offered at Sanford Regional Technical Center? Learn everything from the program's objectives, what kind of hands-on experience they offer, and much more. Check out the spotlight on the Precision Manufacturing Program here! https://www.sanford.org/article/1264849
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
https://www.sanford.org/article/1264849
The Building Trades Program at Sanford Regional Technical Center recently received a donation from Deering Lumber. Deering Lumber holds an annual golf tournament and has donated some of the proceeds to the program. Instructor Troy Hathaway says the funds can be used to do more individualized projects with students. He plans to have students build mock-up buildings to learn how to frame floors, walls, roofs, ceilings, and interior partitions. They will also learn how to install doors, windows, exterior and interior trim, drywall, and many other aspects of residential construction. Thank you, Deering Lumber for the generous donation!
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
The Building Trades Program at Sanford Regional Technical Center recently received a donation from Deering Lumber. Deering Lumber holds an annual golf tournament and has donated some of the proceeds to the program. Instructor Troy Hathaway says the funds can be used to do more individualized projects with students.   He plans to have students build mock-up buildings to learn how to frame floors, walls, roofs, ceilings, and interior partitions. They will also learn how to install doors, windows, exterior and interior trim, drywall, and many other aspects of residential construction. Thank you, Deering Lumber for the generous donation!
Did you miss the Homecoming Parade last Friday? We got you covered. Check it out below on WSSRTV's YouTube page! https://www.sanford.org/article/1293713
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
GEAR Parent Network and the Sanford School Counseling Department are hosting an event called "Defusing Challenging Behaviors: How to Effectively De-Escalate Your Child," presented by Heather Williams, CFPS, Regional Parent Support Coordinator. It will take place on November 2, 2023, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Pride School, in the library at 708 Main Street. Participants are advised to register ahead of time by emailing bletourneau@sanford.org and to provide their first and last name and the age of the children they care for. Handouts, a certificate of attendance, and PowerPoint slides will be provided at the workshop. The event aims to teach different techniques for defusing challenging behaviors in children.
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
GEAR Parent Network and the Sanford School Counseling Department are hosting an event called "Defusing Challenging Behaviors: How to Effectively De-Escalate Your Child," presented by Heather Williams, CFPS, Regional Parent Support Coordinator.   It will take place on November 2, 2023, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Pride School, in the library at 708 Main Street.  Participants are advised to register ahead of time by emailing bletourneau@sanford.org and to provide their first and last name and the age of the children they care for.  Handouts, a certificate of attendance, and PowerPoint slides will be provided at the workshop. The event aims to teach different techniques for defusing challenging behaviors in children.
Good Morning! SRTC Student grades are up to date for the 1st Progress report of the year. The "In Progress" is up to date and should reflect their performance in their program. Please contact Anne L'Heureux at alheureux@sanford.org if you do not have Infinite Campus access. Have a great weekend!
10 months ago, Matt Petermann
In honor of School Custodian Day, the Sanford School Department would like to recognize our custodial and maintenance staff's hard work over the summer to make our educational environment clean, safe, and inviting to everyone. The summer is actually the busiest time of the year for the custodial and maintenance crew because they have ten weeks to turn the buildings around and be ready for students and staff in the fall. They deep cleaned every area of our buildings, including washing and removing all the furniture from every room. They then cleaned the rooms from the top down, including lights, windows, and walls, and ended with refinishing the floors or washing the carpets. They also did minor facility repairs, light bulb replacements, and paint touch-ups. During the summer, they also have to attend to daily custodial needs with programs such as Extended School Year, Summer Food Service, and Summer Camps going on. They also created a new welcoming vestibule at Carl J. Lamb School with upgraded LED lights, a new ceiling, and an updated reception counter. Additionally, they painted and gave the entire lobby at the school a facelift. The maintenance team also spent a lot of time keeping the lawns at our schools at bay from the rainy summer. We shine the spotlight on our custodial and maintenance teams, who worked diligently behind the scenes to create an optimal learning environment for our students and staff. Their hard work and attention to detail make them vital to our school community.
10 months ago, Sanford School Department
In honor of School Custodian Day, the Sanford School Department would like to recognize our custodial and maintenance staff's hard work over the summer to make our educational environment clean, safe, and inviting to everyone. The summer is actually the busiest time of the year for the custodial and maintenance crew because they have ten weeks to turn the buildings around and be ready for students and staff in the fall. They deep cleaned every area of our buildings, including washing and removing all the furniture from every room. They then cleaned the rooms from the top down, including lights, windows, and walls, and ended with refinishing the floors or washing the carpets. They also did minor facility repairs, light bulb replacements, and paint touch-ups. During the summer, they also have to attend to daily custodial needs with programs such as Extended School Year, Summer Food Service, and Summer Camps going on. They also created a new welcoming vestibule at Carl J. Lamb School with upgraded LED lights, a new ceiling, and an updated reception counter. Additionally, they painted and gave the entire lobby at the school a facelift. The maintenance team also spent a lot of time keeping the lawns at our schools at bay from the rainy summer. We shine the spotlight on our custodial and maintenance teams, who worked diligently behind the scenes to create an optimal learning environment for our students and staff. Their hard work and attention to detail make them vital to our school community.
In honor of School Custodian Day, the Sanford School Department would like to recognize our custodial and maintenance staff's hard work over the summer to make our educational environment clean, safe, and inviting to everyone. The summer is actually the busiest time of the year for the custodial and maintenance crew because they have ten weeks to turn the buildings around and be ready for students and staff in the fall. They deep cleaned every area of our buildings, including washing and removing all the furniture from every room. They then cleaned the rooms from the top down, including lights, windows, and walls, and ended with refinishing the floors or washing the carpets. They also did minor facility repairs, light bulb replacements, and paint touch-ups. During the summer, they also have to attend to daily custodial needs with programs such as Extended School Year, Summer Food Service, and Summer Camps going on. They also created a new welcoming vestibule at Carl J. Lamb School with upgraded LED lights, a new ceiling, and an updated reception counter. Additionally, they painted and gave the entire lobby at the school a facelift. The maintenance team also spent a lot of time keeping the lawns at our schools at bay from the rainy summer. We shine the spotlight on our custodial and maintenance teams, who worked diligently behind the scenes to create an optimal learning environment for our students and staff. Their hard work and attention to detail make them vital to our school community.
Representatives from Nikel Precision Group in Saco visited SRTC’s Precision Manufacturing Program yesterday. The students learned about the types of careers Nikel offers and also showed the representatives what they’ve been working on to start the school year!
10 months ago, Sanford School Department
Representatives from Nikel Precision Group in Saco visited SRTC’s Precision Manufacturing Program yesterday. The students learned about the types of careers Nikel offers and also showed the representatives what they’ve been working on to start the school year!
Representatives from Nikel Precision Group in Saco visited SRTC’s Precision Manufacturing Program yesterday. The students learned about the types of careers Nikel offers and also showed the representatives what they’ve been working on to start the school year!
Representatives from Nikel Precision Group in Saco visited SRTC’s Precision Manufacturing Program yesterday. The students learned about the types of careers Nikel offers and also showed the representatives what they’ve been working on to start the school year!
This is the third house built by the students at SRTC in collaboration with the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Maine. Students in our Building Trades, Electrical and Plumbing programs all contributed to its construction and the horticulture program assisted with the landscaping. It is being offered for sale to Sanford School Department employees and Sanford first responders before it is offered to the general public so they may have the opportunity to live in the community where they provide essential services to the residents of Sanford.
10 months ago, Sanford School Department
This is the third house built by the students at SRTC in collaboration with the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Maine. Students in our Building Trades, Electrical and Plumbing programs all contributed to its construction and the horticulture program assisted with the landscaping. It is being offered for sale to Sanford School Department employees and Sanford first responders before it is offered to the general public so they may have the opportunity to live in the community where they provide essential services to the residents of Sanford.
SRTC, Sanford Middle School, Sanford Pride, Margaret Chase Smith, and Carl J. Lamb are having open houses tomorrow, August 29th. Check out the times here!
11 months ago, Sanford School Department
SRTC, Sanford Middle School, Sanford Pride, Margaret Chase Smith, and Carl J. Lamb are having open houses tomorrow, August 29th. Check out the times here!
SRTC Open House is Tuesday August 29th at 6pm until 7:30pm! See the attached flyer.
11 months ago, Matt Petermann
Open House!
The start of the school year is right around the corner! We want to remind everyone that the first day of school for students in grades 1-9 and SRTC students ONLY is Wednesday, August 30th. Kindergarteners and students grades 10-12 start Thursday, August 31st. Pre-kindergarten students start Tuesday, September 6th. To view 2023-2024 school calendar, visit this link: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/692/Sanford_School_Department/2938236/2023_2024_School_Calendar_Adopted_Copy.pdf
11 months ago, Sanford School Department
REMINDER! We are having a job fair at SCAE (Willard School) TODAY from 3-5 p.m. We hope to see you there! Check out our openings at this link: https://www.sanford.org/page/employment-opportunities
12 months ago, Sanford School Department
In case you missed it, 27 seniors at Sanford Regional Technical Center received a SRTC/HBRAME Home Building Project Scholarship at the SRTC Recognition Night. Over $20,000 worth of tools and monetary scholarships were awarded to graduating students. Read more here! https://www.sanford.org/o/sanford-regional-technical-center/article/1144336
about 1 year ago, Sanford School Department
Sanford High School's 130th Commencement on Wednesday night at Alumni Stadium started with some drizzling rain but eventually cleared up into a beautiful night for celebration. For the 2023 graduates, the weather shift was symbolic of the strength and perseverance over the past four years to get to graduation. Read more here! https://www.sanford.org/article/1145786
about 1 year ago, Sanford School Department
As current students were wrapping up this school year, Sanford Regional Technical Center was busting at the seams, hosting nearly 1,400 8th-grade students from all nine partner schools for an event called “Techsploration.” Read more about it here! https://www.sanford.org/article/1144250
about 1 year ago, Sanford School Department
Congratulations to the Class of 2023! bit.ly/45VLgsj
about 1 year ago, Sanford School Department