Tech School has Share Time Programs for HS Students with Special Needs
Monday, February 11, 2013
The Morris County Vocational School District
offers publicly-supported specialized career and technical training programs for Morris County high school students with special needs.
Applications are now available online at www.mcvts.org
for Auto Body, Auto Service, Building Construction, Building and Grounds Maintenance, Food Services and Retail/Supermarket Careers.
The six programs are dedicated to meeting the needs for students requiring self-contained classroom settings.
All programs respond to industry requirements and are designed to equip the student with the skills needed for employment after graduation. The hands-on programs provide the opportunity and experience for high school students to work in industry standard settings with the use of all tools and materials.
High school students are provided the opportunity to receive daily career and technical training as part of their junior and/or senior high school program. Academic subjects are taken at the home school and students are transported to the Morris County School of Technology in Denville for half day specialized career and technical training.
For additional information about the Share Time programs for students with special needs, call the Morris County School of Technology at (973) 627-4600 ext.277. The application deadline for a high school junior or senior to apply is February 22.
The Morris County Vocational School District offers programs for Morris County high school students, including Career Academies, Share Time Programs, Share Time Programs for students with Special Needs and Adult Education programs.