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Student Council Fundraiser

SCHOOL ON WHEELS

The Student Council and Ms. Thompson are collecting for School On Wheels once again. Please drop off any donations to one of the boxes near the library, the lobby or the front teacher’s room or bring the donation directly to Ms. Thompson’s room.  We will be collecting all year! Last year we were able to donate well over $1,000 worth of stuff so please help us do that again!
See our write-up in the Standard Times here.
Find the list of acceptable items here.

Student Art Work on Display at the Great Ponds Art Gallery

The Great Ponds Art Gallery at the Lakeville Public Library will be hosting student artwork during the month of March. Several of Old Colony’s  Graphic Communications students work was chosen and will be honored at the gallery. On Saturday, March 3 from 11-3 there will be a reception to kick off the month long gallery exhibit.  See flyer here.

91 students to attend this year’s SkillsUSA district competition

Old Colony is sending 91 students to this year’s SkillsUSA district competition in New Bedford on March 2.

SkillsUSA is a program where students from technical schools compete against other students in a chosen trade, to demonstrate their knowledge of a given skill or vocation. All 13 departments at Old Colony participate in the competition.

To read the full article in the Sippican Weekly, by Old Colony’s own Zachary McMahon, click here.

OCTV Episode One is Here!

This is a very exciting moment for Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School. Over the past eight months or so we have been partnering with ORCTV and LakeCam (with financial support from Rockland Trust) to start an extracurricular TV production program at the school. Instructor Marsha Davenport and our OC students have worked diligently to get their first episode on the air. The results are fabulous!

We look forward to continuously enhancing the list of offerings at Old Colony RVTHS to meet the varied interests of our student body. Congratulations to the OCTV team and special thanks to ORCTV, LakeCam, and Rockland Trust for making this effort possible.

You can view Episode 1 by clicking here.