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| ||Schools Scoured After Bedbug Discovery|
Posted on: 2:47 pm Thu Dec 7th, 2017
When parents send their kids off to school, there's typically one pest gnawing in the back of their minds: lice. But Hyde Park Elementary School principal Diane Reilly has been scratching her head over a pest of a different sort this year that she says is more of a "community problem" than a school problem: bedbugs.
| ||Learning Without Reservations: Hyde Park Students Check Into School At A Former Hotel|
Posted on: 11:30 am Tue Oct 10th, 2017
There aren't any kids running through the halls of the Hyde Park Elementary School building this fall. Instead, they're being put up at a hotel while their school is undergoing major renovations.
| ||Economic group offers business assistance|
Stowe Reporter Posted on: 2:39 pm Fri Apr 14th, 2017
The Lamoille Economic Development Corporation will sponsor a business assistance forum on Tuesday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to noon in the Community Room at the Green Mountain Technology and Career Center in Hyde Park.
|Lets Talk About Opiate Addiction|
Posted on: 10:35 am Tue Jun 21st, 2016
The Lamoille County Sheriff's Department is sponsoring a Community Meeting to be held at the Green Mountain Technology Center in Hyde Park on June 29, 2016 at 6:30 PM.
| ||Tech center can offer 'real edge' to students - Stowe Reporter|
Posted on: 1:41 pm Mon Feb 1st, 2016
Sherry Lussier wants to show Vermont politicians that professional trades offer plenty of job opportunities for young people who want to stay in Vermont.
"To promote the mastery of the academic, technical, and employability skills needed for each
secondary or adult student to be successful in the global workforce and/or to continue professional learning."
Green Mountain Technology and Career Center, located in Hyde Park, Vermont, provides technical education to area high school students and adults. GMTCC offers technical programs in 13 different areas to students from Lamoille Union High School, Hazen Union School, Stowe High School, Peoples Academy, and Craftsbury Academy.
Many of these programs have articulated agreements with colleges and universities that allow students to earn college credit. Students who are interested in attending a full-day technical program are selected based on an application process that includes academic record, interest, attendance record, credit status for graduation, and potential for success. Part-day opportunities exist on an individual basis.
GMTCC students are able to participate in activities at their home high school including athletics, extracurricular events, and other school events. Students earn high school credits, college credits, and industry certifications. Academic course work is also available to all students during the regular day. College preparatory classes are offered in addition to classes that support students planning to enter the workforce immediately after high school graduation.
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