UPTON – The administrators, support staff and facilities team at Blackstone Valley Regional Vocational Technical High School (BVT) completed numerous projects over the summer.
Over the eight-week summer break, instructional spaces were renovated, rooms were painted, inspections were completed, and the school grounds were prepared for the return of all students and staff.
“I am proud of the consistent effort of our personnel, our cost-effective approach to raising non-tax revenues to address campus-wide improvements, and our impressive team of graduates, retirees, volunteers and student workers who assist with annual summer projects to master their skills,” said Superintendent-Director Michael F. Fitzpatrick. “It’s a lengthy and ambitious to-do list to continually enhance, improve, and maintain our day-to-day operations.”
BVT welcomed the class of 2027 at the freshmen cookout on Aug. 16; freshmen orientation was on Aug. 17 and 18, and the first day of school for all of BVT was on Aug. 21.
For more information about BVT, visit www.valleytech.k12.ma.us.