2004

Three named as Mayflower soccer all-stars

Three Old Colony have been selected to the Mayflower League All-Start team. Recognized from the Boys’ Soccer team were Jason Camara, Gregory DeTerra, and Shawn Ferreira (all from Acushnet). The team is coached by Mrs. Mary Anne Walker. The team qualified for the MIAA State tournament this season.

Old Colony to participate in SOS program

– (12/6/04) The Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School District, at the request of the Assistant Superintendent/Principal, has been selected for participation in the S.O.S. Suicide Prevention Program. The program is sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The S.O.S. (Signs of Suicide) Program has been implemented in more then 1,300 schools nationwide. …

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School Committee adopts SPEDPAC by-laws

– (12/6/04) At its November meeting, the Old Colony District School Committee adopted by-laws for the Special Education Parent’s Advisory Council (SPEDPAC). State Department of Education regulations require that by-laws be adopted for each district’s SPEDPAC. As with vocational program advisory committees, the SPEDPAC will be meeting a minimum of two times per year. The …

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Mr. Brown appointed to MAVA task force

– (12/6/04) A SouthCoast administrator has been appointed to a committee for the Massachusetts Association of Vocational Administrators for the 2004-2005 school year. Old Colony Assistant Superintendent/Principal, Gary Brown, was appointed to the MAVA Strategic Planning Task Force focusing on the Delivery of Curriculum and Instruction. The Task Force began its efforts in early November.

Machine & Tool instructor named to COP committee

– (12/6/04) A vocational faculty member at Old Colony has been appointed to a committee for the development of the State Certificate of Occupational Proficiency. Due in part to the new Chapter 74 regulations, some elements relating to the Certificate of Occupational Proficiency have changed. Old Colony is pleased to announce the statewide appointment of …

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Two attend MASC/MASS conference

– (12/6/04) An administrator and a school committee member from Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School attended the 40th Annual Joint Conference of the Massachusetts Association of School Committees (MASC) and the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (MASS). Superintendent-Director, David J. Ferreira, and Rochester School Committee member, Augusto B. Costa, reported that the conferences …

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Superintendent moderates NEASC conference

– (12/6/04) The Superintendent-Director at Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School recently served as a moderator at the 119th Annual Meeting and Conference of the New England Association of School and Colleges. The presenter of the December 3, 2004, conference was Braden Goetz, Director of Policy, Research and Evaluation Office of Vocational and Adult …

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Committee to conduct policy review

– (12/6/04) School Committee Chairman, Vincent Ryan of Rochester, has appointed a five-number committee to conduct a policy review and revision. The committee will begin next month to review and developed policy to govern the operation of the Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School District. Appointed to serve by Chairman Ryan were: Acushnet- Linda …

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Five staff members complete AED training

– (12/6/04) Five staff members at Old Colony successfully completed voluntary defibrillator training last month. The individuals were trained to use an AED in a sudden cardiac arrest emergency. AED (automatic external defibrillators) have been available at Old Colony for a number of years. Successfully trained staff include: Jeanne Butler (Health Careers) Robert Francis (Carpentry) …

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Health Careers Program continues its excellence

– (12/6/04) The Division of Health Care Quality of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health is one of the agencies that certifies the Health Careers Program at Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School. The state agency is responsible for approving training programs in Health Careers throughout the Commonwealth. The Health Careers Program at Old …

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Trainworks & Old Colony begin pilot program

– (12/6/04) Trainworks International, Inc. and Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School have entered into a Pilot relationship. Old Colony’s Computer Information Technology and Electrical Departments will implement the system for a trial period of one year. The Departments will submit student data to Skills Plus. In turn, the program will be set up …

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