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    Congratulations to our senior Health Careers students!

    On Wednesday, December 11, 2019, Health Careers seniors participated in their Pinning Ceremony and were recognized for their accomplishments and hard work becoming Certified Nursing Assistants.

    Family and friends were invited to share in their success. In addition to receiving their pins and certificates, many of the students participated in the presentation.

    This included Jeferson Pineda as the main host, Natalia Rivera leading the Pledge of Allegiance, Amanda Lamberti and Jeferson Pineda reading "What have we done today?", Emilie Avelar sharing "Lessons from a CNA," and Erika Martinez and Fatima Cerin Gonzalez sharing the excerpt "Desiderata." In addition, underclass Health Careers students supported the ceremony with musical accompaniment. A huge shout out to Health Careers Instructors, Ms. Baker, Ms. Graham and Ms. Griffin for their work with these students and organization of this special event.

    Entrepreneurship students travel to NYC!

    On Thursday, December 5th, students in Mr. Warren’s Entrepreneurship classes traveled to New York City’s Wholesale District on a buying trip.  By participating in this trip, students learn negotiating, economics of one unit, partnering, and about marketing and sales.

    The students were given a $25 loan to buy merchandise that was resold here at Keefe Tech on Monday 12/8 and Tuesday 12/9. Students are responsible for paying back the loan, but may keep all the profits. By participating in this trip, students learn negotiating, economics of one unit, partnering, and about marketing and sales. Students bought products like hats, ties and gloves, phone chargers, and other tech accessories. Although it was a long day, everyone had a good time and valuable learning experience!

    Student success at SkillsUSA Fall Leadership Conference!

    Keefe Tech students represented their school and Career and Technical Programs at the SkillsUSA Fall Leadership conference November 24-26, 2019.  Winning medals, having fun, and giving back to the community is what this conference was all about!

    FSLC is designed for Chapter Advisors and Chapter leaders to assist them in building strong SkillsUSA programs at their schools. Participants engage through intensive training focused on the elements of the SkillsUSA Framework of personal, workplace and technical skills, while having opportunities to earn the SkillsUSA Massachusetts Leader Award.

    Mr. Flynn and Mr. Allain participated with a wonderful group of potential student leaders from Keefe. The students performed and competed with many other students from Massachusetts CTE vocational schools. Students participated in leadership training, food bank donations. Be like Brit supplies donations and community service projects at the Metrowest YMCA facility in Hopkinton, MA.

    Medal Winners:

    Julio Hernandez Perez 2 gold medals and a superstar medal

    Jake Shepard 1 gold medal

    Melinda Ssebbowa 2 gold medals

    Valerie Taveras 1 gold 1 silver medal

    Jhonnathan Medina Eguez 1 bronze medal

    Darli Mazariegos Castillo 1 bronze medal

    Alexis Manchester 2 bronze medals

    Emily Brady 1 bronze medal

    Salome Mesa 1 silver medal

    Ruby Martinez 1 silver medal

    Tiffany Adams 1 silver 1 bronze medals

    Metal Fabrication Student Co-op Success!

    Grade 12 Metal Fabrication student, AJ Shepard from Hopkinton, was recognized for his work at the Berlin, MA Dept of Public Works.  AJ is currently participating in a Cooperative Education Placement there and has been incredibly successful. 

    Students compete in Math Meet at WPI!

    KT grade 11 students spent the day competing in an Invitational Mathematics Meet at WPI on October 15, 2019. 

    Kiersten Miller, Ryan Swallow, and Gabriel Ferreira completed in the Invitational Mathematics Meet at WPI on October 15, 2019. Congratulations to Kiersten who placed 1st amongst Keefe Tech students and will receive a $1,000 scholarship if she attends WPI.  A shout out to Ms. Leahy for organizing being the faculty advisor on this trip.  Check out more details about what the student's experienced at the event here: WPI Math Meet Event

    Keefe Technical Students Awarded Scholarships for the IBEW Local 103 Apprenticeship Program



    Keefe Regional Technical School senior Daniel Quackenbush of Framingham was recently interviewed by WBZ CBS Channel 4’s Kate Merrill about his award-winning “What The Fish” app.

    Quackenbush, a student in Keefe’s Programming and Web Development CTE program, created and developed the app in his Entrepreneurship class during the 2017-2018 school year. He presented his concept at the NFTE New England Regional Business Plan competition in May, where he won the first place award of $1,500.

    According to Keefe Tech Entrepreneurship teacher Matthew Warren, his class curriculum teaches 21st century skills including collaboration, problem solving, creativity, communications and being socially responsible.

    I'm thrilled that Dan has created this plan and accomplished so much with it.  He is a brilliant young man and a great representative of Keefe Tech and all we do here,” said Warren.

    Quackenbush will present at the upcoming 12th annual NFTE National Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge on October 11 in New York City, where 40 NFTE alumni from across the US who won their spring regional business plan competitions will compete.

    The CBS interview with Quackenbush is scheduled to air during the week of October 8, 2018.


    Future Farmers of America

    Arbor Day Event

    Marketing Plan Team will be attending the FFA National Convention in Indianapolis October 21-28th.


    Recognized Educators over the Years

    Educator of the Year 2018 - Valerie Rector
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    Educator of the Year 2017 - Diane Piccioli
    Educator of the Year 2016 - Doug Paul
    Educator of the Year 2015 - Margaret Ellis


    Dental Assisting Program Grand Opening

    Keefe Regional Technical School held the Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on November 9, 2017 to celebrate the opening of Keefe Regional Technical School’s Dental Assisting Program.

    The ceremony included welcoming remarks, and a tour of the new program area. The Baker-Polito Administration awarded Keefe Regional Technical High $397,150 in funds from the Workforce Skills Capital Grant Program.  Keefe Regional Technical High School has used the funds from the grant to roll out a new Dental Assisting Program, including purchasing four dental patient chairs, panoramic X-ray technology, including development capability, sterilizers and autoclaves.

    This is an exceptional new opportunity for the students of Keefe Regional Technical School

    Graduation 2018

    FRAMINGHAM — A year after moving here from Zimbabwe, Mary-Ann Mufute remembers walking into Keefe Regional Technical School overwhelmed and afraid. But four years later, she confidently stood in front of her classmates at graduation to give a speech as salutatorian.  

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