Application deadline extended! Students who still wish to apply to a BRCTC program for the 2020/21 school year still have time! You can now make a copy of the Google Doc application on the website and complete digitally. Please contact your school counselor for more information.
Most school and district events are suspended through April 26th. However, the Meal Closure Plan is still in effect, and there will be board and budget meetings. Stay tuned for details, and thank you for your patience as we work through this time!
The RSU Tech Dept has created this site to help families and staff with technology resources and questions. https://bit.ly/2UocDak
Today at BRCTC, all staff gathered materials and planned recommended distance learning opportunities for students who are enrolled in a program. For those that have internet access from home, please check the assigned student RSU 1 email address and/or the Google Classroom for your program. For those with no access to internet, we have made packets to be picked up. Boothbay, Lincoln Academy, and Wiscasset students should contact their high school, as the packets were dropped off at your schools today. If Morse students were unable to come in today to pick up the materials, BRCTC will be open on Tuesday, March 17th from 9am-10:30am.
Meal Plan During School Closure --> https://5il.co/dr7y<-- CLICK HERE to see the RSU 1 plan for meals during school closure
UPDATE: Please note that all RSU 1 schools will be closed for two weeks, from March 16th through March 27th, out of an abundance of caution. Please see the attached letter for more information. https://5il.co/dq8p
RSU 1 and BRCTC: There is no school today, Thursday, February 13, 2020, due to the weather.
Due to the current weather forecast and the possibility of freezing overnight and tomorrow morning, BRCTC has decided to postpone the Student of the Semester Breakfast until February 14th at 9 am. Please share with anyone whom you are aware was planning to attend.
REMINDER: NO SCHOOL on Monday, 1/20 in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Need scholarship money...check it out!! https://www.mainepublic.org/post/scholarship-program-will-offer-100000-maine-students-interested-pursuing-trades
Props to our carpentry crew who created these great mailboxes for letters to Santa. You can find them downtown. If you didn't see the broadcast on tv...check it out!! https://wgme.com/news/local/bath-mailboxes-send-letters-straight-to-santa
There will be a two hour delay for all RSU1 schools today, Tuesday, November 12th, due to the weather. There will be no morning Pre-K.
There will be no school today, Thursday, October 17th, in RSU1 due to power outages caused by the storm.
First Phase in the new Morse/BRCTC school construction complete! Learn more: https://www.timesrecord.com/articles/front-page/first-phase-in-new-bath-high-school-construction-complete/
BRCTC to Expand Programming Next Year! Click the link to find out more. https://www.timesrecord.com/articles/front-page/bath-tech-center-to-expand-programming-to-younger-students/
Due to PSAT testing there will be no A.M. BRCTC program on October 16.
Join us for FAFSA Night - TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15 and we will get you through it! Where: BRCTC-800 High Street, Bath, ME MHS Cafeteria When: Tuesday, October 15 @ 6:00 pm More information is available in room 403.
Remember that today is Step-Up Day for all incoming September 2019 students! We will begin the fun at 11:45!
BRCTC will be hosting Rotary Club of Bath luncheon on Thursday, May 7th at the Congress Avenue Building Lot!