A message from Dave Leavitt, School Improvement Coordinator of the Southern Regional Advisory Board.
Dear , Teachers, Parents, and Community Members,
Superintendent Ron Stahley has asked school principals in the WSESU District to gather feedback from various “stakeholders” regarding
On October 16th, the Windham Regional Career Center sponsored a record breaking 72 high school girls at the 16th annual Women Can Do Conference hosted at Vermont Technical College and ho
This summer, from June 18-20 and June 25-27, the Step Up to Construction Bootcamp will be held at the Windham Regional Career Center.
Ali Hallal, an exchange student from Lebanon, has been named the May 2014 Windham Regional Career Center Student of the Month.
Two students from the Automotive Technology program at the Windham Regional Career Center recently competed in the Ford/AAA Auto Skills state finals at the New England Dragway in Epping, NH.
Daniel Fooks, a Brattleboro senior, has been named the Windham Regional Career Center’s April 2014 student of the month.
The new academy structure that is being put in place for the 2014-2015 school year is bringing a lot of new and interesting changes to the Windham Regional Career Center and Brattleboro Uni
At this point, smartphones and tablets are fairly prolific, but how many of us really understand all those arcane settings and options that come with these mobile devices? How do we avoid ov
For immediate release – April 10, 2014:
Career Center Students Win Awards at SkillsUSA State Conference
Students from the Windham Regional Career Center journeyed to Burlington recentl
For immediate release — March 25, 2014:
Greta Larson Named Windham Regional Career Center March Student of the Month
Greta Larson, a junior from Williamsville, has been named the Windham R
For the 2014-2015 school year the Windham Regional Career Center and the Brattleboro Union High school will adopt an academy course structure for some of their courses.
A few months ago I got a very interesting offer that not many students get. I was asked to teach a class.
Students from the Forestry & Natural Resources course have taken first in a statewide competition.
For immediate release – December 18, 2013:
Career Center Students Build Kitchen Cabinets for Habitat for Humanity Home
Students in Bob Simeon’s Construction Building & Frami