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EEE and Athletics

Attention all Old Colony families,  in regard to the outbreak of EEE in Rochester, we have taken a proactive approach for the safety of our students.  The school grounds have been sprayed for mosquitoes.  Students who are waiting for rides after practice, must wait in the lobby. We are also enforcing a strict 6PM curfew for all practices to ensure students are safe.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Matt Trahan by email at mtrahan@oldcolony.us or by phone at (508)763-8011 x143.

Summer Discovery 2019

Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School is excited to offer our 3rd Annual 5-day Summer Discovery Experiences from July 15-19, 2019 and July 22-26, 2019. We have expanded our offerings to two weeks.

Get “Revved up” as you learn with your own issued tool kit in Automotive Maintenance; put your technology away and enjoy the outdoors as you compete in a variety of Fun and Games in our Sports Camps; explore the fields of Culinary Arts, Computer Science, CADD, Carpentry, Cosmetology, Welding, Electricity, Robotics, Engineering, and more. Tap into your creativity and passions. Create, connect, and inspire. All this and more!

Most morning and afternoon sessions are offered for students entering grade 5-9. To learn more about session descriptions please click on the green TICKETS button pictured to the right. We encourage participants to mix and match morning (AM) and afternoon (PM) sessions. Families are responsible for their own transportation.

Full-day participants are invited to stay with us for a supervised lunch between 11:30 and 12:00. Students attending both sessions are responsible for bringing their own lunch. Lunch will take place in our cafeteria. Supervision will be provided.

Summer Discovery instructors are members of the Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School staff.

Questions? Ideas? Is there something more we should offer? Please email SummerDiscovery@OldColony.us

You can see all of the programs and reserve your spot here.

We look forward to meeting you for an incredible week of creativity and learning!

Student of the Trimester – Trimester 2

March, 2019
The Student of the Trimester is selected by the shop instructors in each technical program area. The criteria for the Student of the Trimester program is based on a student’s improvement, service, attitude, and shop projects. The program is intended to raise self-esteem in the student body.
Student of Trimester 2 – March 2019
CAREER /TECH NAME GRADE TOWN
AUTOMOTIVE Brianna Robillard 10 Acushnet
BUSINESS TECH Tyler Sturgis 12 Acushnet
CAD DRAFTING Dustin Staples 10 Lakeville
COMPUTER SCIENCE Anthony MacKay 10 Rochester
COSMETOLOGY Owen Richards 9 Acushnet
CULINARY ARTS Sarah Bullard 12 Acushnet
ELECTRICAL Michael Burdziuk 12 Carver
ELECTRONICS Mary Quin 9 Lakeville
GRAPHIC COMM/DESIGN Jordan Donahue 10 Carver
HEALTH CAREERS Rylie Taveira 12 Freetown
HOUSE/MILL CARPENTRY Alyson Stellato 12 Mattapoisett
MACHINE/TOOL James Caswell 10 Rochester
WELDING/METAL FAB Gwendolyn Baptista 11 Lakeville

Student Employment Opportunities

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Jim Marot of Town of Acushnet Building Inspector & Facilities Management is look for 2 (two) students for gainful employment to do lawn and yard maintenance for the summer.  Two students, male or female, who are strong-willed, industrious, intelligent, dependable and personable must be willing to work alone, have a driver’s license and take instruction well.  The job will be for 35 hours per week at $15 PER HOUR.  It would be best if at least one has some mechanical experience.  Jim can be reached at jmarot@acushnet.ma.us.  Please forward a resume and letter explaining that you are applying for the lawn/yard maintenance job with contact information so an interview can be set up.

NWD Inc. is a family owned trucking company located at 61 John Vertente Blvd. in New Bedford Industrial Park.  They are currently hiring for part-time shipping & receiving workers, work schedule is Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 4:00 pm until trucks are loaded.  Responsibilities include wrapping pallets, load/unload trucks, assist with separating freight.  Please apply in person.

College Admissions Seminar

On Wednesday, March 20th at 6:30 the OC Guidance Department will sponsor an Early College Admissions Seminar for parents and students. Beth Connelly-Sylvia from the Massachusetts Educational Financial Authority, also called MEFA, will provide a detailed overview of the entire process, including current trends in admissions, how to build a college list, the various components of the college application, and basics about financial aid. We look forward to seeing you there! 

Please RSVP  here

Bernard’s Driving School

There will be make-classes for Old Colony students which will run May 6 – 17th, 2019 from 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm.

Bernard’s Driving School will be holding a mandatory parent class on May 9th, 2019 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at their office location, 345 Union St. #3, New Bedford, MA 02740.