Celebrating Students and Staff
The Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center cosmetology students participated in the 2017 Skills USA competition. The three students had a rigorous day that involved three sixty-minute hair cuts and styling, an elegant up-do hair style in seventy-five minutes, and a written knowledge test. They worked hard, made amazing hair styles, and had a great time.
SRVRTC health science students attended the annual HOSA conference and competed against other students in NH and VT. Emily Mudge won third place for her persuasive essay and speech on opioid abuse and addiction. Congrats, Emily! All three students did an amazing job representing Newport! Thanks to Mrs. Sanborn for organizing this opportunity for our students.
The Running Start program allows high school students to take Community College of NH (CCSNH) courses for high school AND college credit while still in high school. Courses covered through the Running Start program are college courses taught at the high school by CCSNH college-credentialed high school faculty as part of the daily class schedule.
For more information about Running Start opportunities, please click the logo below.
Middle School STEMFest March 25
The 2017 Sullivan county STEMfest was a huge sucess! UNH engineering students offered eight different hands-on inquiry-based STEM modules. Our kids participated in an egg drop, VEX robotics, bridge building, and wind turbines. Several local businesses supported the Newport students by providing donations for the lunches. The SRVRTC FFA student organization prepared the bag lunches for the event. Again, we want to thank UNH for traveling to Newport to provide such a great opportunity for our youth!
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Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center (SRVRTC) is committed to delivering programs which provide students with technical skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for successful performance in the globally competitive workplace. Through a stimulating learning environment using the latest technology and teaching strategies, students will be empowered to become valuable contributors in the diverse society in which they live. SRVRTC is committed to developing students’ career, decision-making and employability skills.
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