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Senate hopeful Gomez tours AVRTHS

By Molly McCarthy, Contributing Writer

Eliza Sameson, a sophomore from Marlborough, greeted Gomez outside the Epicurean Restaurant, the school's student-run restaurant.

Eliza Sameson, a sophomore from Marlborough, greeted Gomez outside the Epicurean Restaurant, the school's student-run restaurant.

Marlborough- Gabriel Gomez, the Republican candidate running for U.S. Senate in the June 25 special state election, toured Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School May 24. Gomez met and spoke with students, teachers and administrators and toured the school to learn more about the technical programs offered there.

“I remember all of my teachers. You [teachers] are with them [students] during the day more than anyone else, it takes a special person,” he said.

(Photos/Molly McCarthy)

Shawn Nichols, 4, the son of Michele Nichols, a secretary at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, poses for a photo with Gomez.

Shawn Nichols, 4, the son of Michelle Nichols, a secretary at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, poses for a photo with Gomez.

Monica Hayes, a Bio-technology teacher, shakes hands with Gomez.

Monica Hayes, a Bio-technology teacher, shakes hands with Gomez.

Jayson Pusateri, a sophomore, shows Gomez what he is working on in his Drafting and Design class.

Jayson Pusateri, a sophomore, shows Gomez what he is working on in his Drafting and Design class.

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