Serving Belfast, Searsport and Mount View

We are doing things a little different this year due to COVID.   Join the Virtual College Fair October 21, 2020

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Topic: Waldo County Virtual College Fair- Community Colleges

Time: Oct 21, 2020 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


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Meeting ID: 722 9277 1956


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Lynsie Thomas is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.


Topic: Waldo County Virtual College Fair- Four-Year Colleges

Time: Oct 21, 2020 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


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Meeting ID: 713 6330 3531


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SUPPORT SKILLS USA!  County Meat Sticks Fundraiser !   click on the image to order direct: 

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Letter to Parents Students Oct2020

August 14, 2020

Dear Students, Families and WCTC Supporters,

      Greetings! I hope that you have all managed to stay healthy, and have experienced a positive and productive summer. As we quickly approach the start of our 2020-2021 school year, I just wanted to let you know about our WCTC reopening plans. While the ongoing pandemic has surely changed a number of things about how we operate, our mission of providing the best possible technical education here for Waldo county residents has NOT; “Protecting the families that we love” will certainly serve as one of our guiding principles, as we move forward!

      First and foremost, we ARE “Open For Business”, and will be here operating as close to 100% normal capacity as possible, both during our day time and evening Adult Education sessions. Enrolled high school students, regardless of chosen CTE program, first or second year status or partner school schedule, are strongly encouraged to be here daily, beginning Wednesday, September 2. Acknowledging that transportation might be a challenge for some students, we have altered our driving policies accordingly, to allow as many (approved) drivers to transport themselves only directly to/from WCTC, especially when bus transportation is not available.

      From a safety standpoint, all staff members, students and visitors MUST adhering to the state requirements as laid out in their Framework for Returning to Classroom Instruction https://www.maine.gov/doe/framework, as found on the Maine Department of Education website. These mandates, e.g., face coverings, hand sanitizing, distancing, etc., are to be considered non-negotiables and essential to keeping everyone as healthy as possible. Additionally, we have established school specific safety precautions and protocols, which will be explained directly to students during their safety orientation, prior to the Add/Drop period in late September.


       As a number of traditional schools have provided optional remote learning opportunities for their students, please understand that the nature of CTE (Career and Technical Education) does NOT lend itself to such “opt out” allocations. While some of the academic components of certain programs CAN be delivered remotely, the hands-on learning and skill development phases of specialized, trade-based curricula require physical attendance, direct supervision and progress monitoring by the instructor. For this reason, ALL enrolled students are encouraged to attend WCTC as frequently as they can be here. To assure progress towards Student Learning Objectives, instructors will be tracking attendance and proficiency attainment in multiple modalities, thus providing individualized, differentiated instruction and remediation for each and every student. This will be critical for those students who wish to attain certifications and credentials of value, within their chosen programs of study, especially as they look to continue learning more about their craft, beyond their time here.

      FInally, for those of you who are driving to the tech center, please take note of the new traffic patterns which you will surely observe. In certain areas, we’ve established one-way traffic arrows for additional safety, as part of our ongoing school improvement plan. As always, we remind people to use caution and prudent speed when entering/exiting school property, as well as coming around corners. In advance, thank you for your support of WCTC, and please feel free to contact us for any further information. We’re not “perfect”, but we ARE doing our very best for you and the greater Waldo county community, and will keep you updated as best we can. Take care and enjoy the rest of your summer!!!


Kevin A. Michaud (KAM) - Director

Awards Night June 3rd - Invitation ONLY to students and a maximum of 4 family members.
Please note the instructions on the invitation - We are strictly following the recommended guidelines from CDC and Governor. Instructions will be broadcast thru radio station 101.7 FM upon your arrival. Face Covering is required by EVERYONE to enter the building.....no mask...no entrance. We will provide masks for the students. Times are listed here on the invitation. Students must arrive 10 minutes prior to your program time and you must remain in your vehicle until you are called. We look forward to seeing our students and recognizing them for all of their hard work during this school year!wctc recognition night 1 01

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Awards & Recognition - Please RSVP to your Instructor ASAP if you will be attending June 3rd! We will be following strict guidelines as per the CDC and Governor's instructions. Details to follow ...but we first need a head count to plan!

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ATTENTION SENIORS !!   Please fill out the Senior Exit Survey to receive your WCTC T-Shirt and Senior Success Pack worth up to $50!    Please fill out ASAP! 

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We hope to see you on June 3rd!!

(Sponsored by Melmac)

A letter from the Director to update on school closure.  Be Safe and Be Well !

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Hey Seniors!  Scholarship Packets are Due to Mrs. Kein May 1st!!

If you need help with scholarship packets and/or portfolios please reach out to Mrs. Kein () or Mrs. Littlefield ()

Scholarships Due 5 1 2020

WCTC School Closure Update - We will remain closed until at least April 27th or until further notice. This is in alignment with our three sending schools (RSU71, RSU20 and RSU3).


Adult Ed Classes are postponed until May 1st or until further notice.  Please contact the adult ed program with any questions.

We hope everyone is staying safe and healthy!

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Waldo County
Technical Center

1022 Waterville Rd.
Waldo, ME 04915

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