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Luxemburg-Casco growing apprenticeship program

Luxemburg-Casco High School is running a school enterprise to give students practical experience as part of the youth apprenticeship program.  The school currently has 33 students involved but is expecting to grow to over 60 juniors and seniors.   Mike Snowberry, director of learning services, says the school is looking for ways to get students ready for the real world.  He gives an example of what the manufacturing department is working on at L-C.  

 

 

 The goal is to create a work opportunity within the school that gets students “hands-on” experience, according to Snowberry. 

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