HELP US CELEBRATE OUR CENTENNIAL
The 2014-2015 school year marks the 100th anniversary of the district’s commitment to provide the highest standard of vocational and technical education to Middlesex County residents, both high school age and adults.
Introducing our full length film.
State and federal statutes and regulations prohibit school districts from discriminatory practices in employment, educational and vocational education opportunities against any person by reason of race, color, creed, religion, sex, ancestry, national origin, age, English proficiency, sexual preference, marital status or veteran status. Further, state and federal protection is extended on account of disabilities, social or economic status, pregnancy, childbirth, pregnancy related disabilities, actual or potential parenthood, or family status and other applicable laws. Further information regarding these policies can be obtained from the 504 Compliance Officer, and/or the Affirmative Action Officer, call (Phone 732-257-3300).
Students turned the tables on their teachers during a very different Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools staff-development program.
Making special education students comfortable with public transportation is the goal of a program being undertaken by the Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools with the help of Rutgers University and the New Jersey Travel Independence Program, a travel-training course for students with disabilities.
The effect of early technology use on social development and whether poor dental care contributes to the onset of diabetes are among the topics being explored by seniors at the Middlesex County Academy for Allied Health and Biomedical Sciences in Woodbridge.