Region Ten Technical posts school’s promise

regionaltenMetal fabrication/welding students Zach Green (left) and Colby Ormsby adjust new signage at Region Ten Technical High School in Brunswick.

“At Region Ten, our staff realizes that we work for the public and we need to be accountable to our public,” said Director Barry Lohnes. “Our message is simple. For any student who willingly works to gain entry-level employment skills, we pledge to provide the means for them to do so—good jobs await students with technical skills.”

Region Ten enrolls nearly 300 high school-age students from Brunswick, MSAD 75 (Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Harpswell and Topsham), and RSU 5 (Durham, Freeport and Pownal), along with a cadre of Lisbon High School students. Other school programs include firefighting/EMT, automative technology, outdoor power, building trades, food trades, health occupations/CNA and early childhood development. Interested high school students may arrange visits through their guidance counselors.

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