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The Page County Public Forum will host “A Night at the Page County Technical Center” beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 21.
The evening will offer an opportunity to learn more about technology education in Page County. Principal Leigh Ann Pettit will lead a discussion about the school’s offerings, followed by a tour of the facility.
The Page County Technical Center offers Automotive Technology, Cosmetology, Electricity, Medical Assistant, Medical Terminology, Nurses Aide, Practical Nursing and Welding.
As the 2021-22 school year began, PCTC celebrated knowing that five of their eight CTE programs had waitlists to get in, and two more were close to capacity. CTE classes are now in high demand. Not only are students entering programs intending to leave high school with a skill that they can use to immediately enter the workforce, but even college-bound students are entering programs to gain skillful knowledge for the future.
Page County is fortunate to have such skilled and knowledgeable instructors for all of these programs, and their expertise is shown through the highly-trained students they produce.
“Don’t miss this great chance to learn more about the Page County Technical Center and to tour the facilities with open questions and answers from Principle Pettit,” said Nancy Boyer, co-chair for the Page County Public Forum.
Cookies and Lemonade will be offered on Tuesday evening at the Tech Center, 40 Eagle Way, Luray, Va.
For more information about programs at the Page County Technical Center, explore the website or call (540) 778-7282.
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