Mid-Maine Tech Center announces top seniors

From left to right, Nicholas Veilleux, electrical technology, Messalonskee High School; Brandon Davis, criminal justice, Winslow High School; Jacob Deraps, information technology, Winslow; William Bean, construction technology, Messalonskee; Lawrence Lawler, emergency services, Lawrence High School; Gabe Derbyshire, culinary arts, Messalonskee; Kassandra Gregory, medical careers, Winslow; Marissa Carpenter, early childhood education, Winslow; Jacob Kershner, precision machining, Winslow; James Lauzon, mass media communications, Waterville High School. Absent from photo, Jacob Dow, automotive technology, home schooled; Jacob Bickford, collision repair & refinishing, Lawrence. (Contributed photo)

The Mid-Maine Technical Center, in Waterville, recently recognized the outstanding seniors as MMTC students of the year. Representing each program, students of the year demonstrated extraordinary professionalism, skill development, leadership and contributions to the school and their respective communities.

 
 

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