Buckfield High Students Interested In Anything Else

BUCKFIELD — Hallie Starbird wants to become a surgeon someday so she decided Friday that a good first step was signing up for the certified nurses assistant/allied health program offered by the Region 11 vocational school. Scott Wheelie isn’t sure what he wants to do when he gets older, but the culinary arts program looks like it might be interesting, he said. Both freshmen at Buckfield Junior-Senior High School were among dozens of students Friday listening to what instructors from Region 11’s 19 vocational programs had to offer. Shawn Lambert, director of Region 11, said 460 students attend one of the vocational programs, and at least another 150 are enrolled in one-period classes, such as business or introduction to a variety of longer programs. “We have three times the state average (of vocational students),” he said. (read more at LewistonSunJournal)

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