DEVENS — The Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators is pleased to announce that it presented the Baker-Polito Administration with its highest honor this week during an event attended by more than 100 vocational technical superintendents and administrators.
Bristol County Agricultural High School Begins Using State-of-the-Art Milking Robot at New Dairy Barn
DIGHTON — As part of a major expansion project and upgrade on its campus, Bristol County Agricultural High School has installed a new state-of-the-art milking robot in its new dairy barn. The new first-of-its-kind technology is announced by the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA) and Kevin Braga, the school’s Acting Superintendent/Principal.
Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators Hosts Successful Three-Day ‘Connecting for Success’ Conference
MARLBOROUGH — The Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA) held their annual Connecting for Success conference this week.
ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci and Director of Career Technical Education Michele Halligan-Foley are pleased to share that 145 students who completed Career Technical Education programs were recognized at the 2022 Completers Ceremony.
MARLBOROUGH – Executive Director Steven C. Sharek is pleased to announce that several Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators (MAVA) member schools were honored recently as part of the SkillsUSA Massachusetts statewide awards session.
Superintendent Kyle Repucci and Director of Career Technical Education Michele Halligan-Foley are excited to announce that Rochester Public Schools will celebrate a career-inspired Spirit Week for the first time in collaboration with partner school districts in Dover and Somersworth.
Greater Lawrence Technical School Receives $100,000 Grant to Grow Career and Technical Education Partnership Programs
LAWRENCE — Greater Lawrence Technical School was the first in the state to offer “after dark” programs to address the growing demand for Career and Technical Education (CTE) among students, and has just been awarded $100,000 from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to expand that initiative.
LAWRENCE — Superintendent John Lavoie is pleased to announce that Greater Lawrence Tech senior Ashlin Reyes is one of five students from Massachusetts chosen as a nominee for the U.S. Presidential Scholars in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program.
HAVERHILL — Superintendent Maureen Lynch is pleased to announce that Whittier senior Emily Shal is one of five Massachusetts students chosen as a U.S. Presidential Scholar nominee in the career and technical education component.