Come join the fun! The Educator's Rising and HOSA student organizations of the MWV Career and Technical Center are hosting a Winter Carnival at the North Conway Community Center this Saturday, February 4th, from 1p-4p. Elementary students and families are encouraged to attend this great event co-sponsored by 5210 Let's Go Mt Washington Valley and The Memorial Hospital. Click here for the event flyer.
The Tiny House is moving along thanks to some incredible sponsors. See the full list on our Building Trades Program Page.
Mineral Spring Cafe opens its doors for the eigth year. Click here for the 12/8/16 Conway Daily Sun Article.
Mineral Springs Cafe is now open to the public T-W-TH from 11:00a-12:45p for the school year excluding school holidays and vacation weeks. Click here for the most recent menu.
Paul Cail's advanced Building Trades class is excited about this year's project. Tiny has proven extra large opportunites in the classroom. Read More in the Conway Daily Sun's 11/17/16 article.
The Building Trades program's Tiny House is taking shape. As soon as the story hits the local paper you will find the link here.
The Eagle's Nest School Store is set to open Monday 11/07/16 for the 2016/2017 school year. Store hours are during all lunches. The Retail/ECommerce classes have been working hard to get the store ready. Stopy by to see the changes this year!!
The MWVCTC machine tool students are beginning their fourth year working with NASA through the HUNCH program. The MWVCTC at Kennett High School is the only New Hampshire school participating in the program. The goal for this year is set high but that is no problem for this talented group of students with Teacher Andy Shaw at the helm.
Here's the official definition: SkillsUSA, a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel.