HAS partners with RCDA

Submitted photo HAS students study computer applications with instructor Mike McCauley.

ELKINS — Highland Adventist School and the West Virginia Wood Technology Center have partnered for the 2019-2020 school year to prepare local students with valuable workforce skills.

Once each week HAS students travel to the Wood Tech Center, operated by the Randolph County Development Authority, to take classes. The first term, the students are studying computer applications. During the second term, students will have the opportunity to study woodworking.

“We are so excited to be able to provide this outstanding learning opportunity to our students. The West Virginia Wood Tech Center and RCDA are committed to preparing a skilled workforce for our community, which is a value shared by our school,” states Cheryl Jacko, principal. “We are so thankful to Robbie Morris, RCDA director, Kris Wilmoth, RCDA office manager, and Mike McCauley, RCDA instructor, for making this opportunity available to our students.”

Highland Adventist School provides innovative, education for students in grades PreK-12. For more information, call 304-636-4274 or visit the school website at www.highlandadventistschool.org.


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