ROCHESTER — Superintendent Kyle Repucci is pleased to announce that Sen. Maggie Hassan will visit the Creteau Technology Center next week.
Thursday, Sept. 5, at 11 a.m.
R.W. Creteau Technology Center at Spaulding High School
- Sen. Maggie Hassan
- Superintendent Kyle Repucci
- Teachers and students
Sen. Hassan will join Rochester School administrators, teachers and students during her visit to the Creteau Technology Center. There she’ll tour the facility, which is approximately 3/4 of the way through its renovation process, and learn about the improvements to the facilities before sitting with attendees to learn about Rochester’s work-based learning program and more.
Administrators and teachers will share the district’s innovative approach to student learning, including its ongoing implementation of personalized learning and work-based approaches that are put into practice at Creteau Tech.
“We have a lot of tremendous work happening in the form of facility improvements and curriculum evolution,” Superintendent Repucci said. “We’re eager to share the work we’ve done and have a robust discussion about the importance of hands-on learning
This year, the Rochester Schools are piloting three career pathways: Associates Degree in Criminal Justice, Management and Insurance Certificate and the Automotive Technology Certificate program. These come in addition to last year’s pilot of the Advanced Manufacturing Certificate program that was conducted in partnership with Great Bay Community College.
School leaders will also share their work around the New Hampshire Performance Assessment for Competency Education (PACE) and advocate for continued support of the program at the state level.