Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Crimson Creations Open Salon Nights

Dear Friends & Family:

Our Future Professionals would like to invite you to an evening of glamour and holiday cheer on:

Wednesday, December 2nd and 16th from 5:00 – 7:00pm
at the Crimson Creations Salon
located in the student center
at Concord High School

During this time,  students will be providing hair salon services to demonstrate the technical skill they have learned this year.  There will be a $7.00 charge for each salon service.

Our salon services continue to grow.  This month we have added long-layered haircuts and clipper cuts.

New Service
Cuccio Veneer
(Gel Nails)
Scalp Massage
Shampoo & Condition
Curl/Flat Iron
Manicure, Polish Change & Nail Art
Paraffin Hand Dip
Basic Blunt Cut
All Services are $7.00 each
Shampoo $3.00 with a Service

We look forward to seeing you!

Ms. Kimberly & The Cosmetology Class

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Directors Spotlight Series

Considering New Programming for CRTC’s Future
We will survey students this winter, as well as do extensive research, to explore potential new programs for the CRTC.  As part of the process, we look at economic value, current and projected employment levels (and wages), interest level, feasibility and more.   As most know, we will be starting (based on requested enrollment) a Stagecraft Program in 2016/2017.  We will also be completing our implementation of our Fire Science Program (started in 2013/14) by offering an EMT program next year.  Programs discussed for the future include:
· Advanced Manufacturing (Certificate Program taking place at NHTI)
· Video Production (with or without Broadcasting - task force will start this winter)
· Vet Tech
· Agriculture (the Capital Region has a remarkable network of specialty farms)
· Hospitality
· A core business program aligned to the Community College System (students would earn 12 college credits)
· Increasing our commitment to Baking to make it a more formal strand paralleling Culinary Arts
· Increasing our commitment to Barbering to make it a more formal strand paralleling Cosmetology
· Solar/Electrical Energy
· Trades:  Electrical, Plumbing, and Welding
Of note, whatever we consider must be designed to not just meet the needs of Concord High School, but also our eight sending schools (Merrimack Valley, Pembroke Academy, Bow, Hillsboro-Deering, Hopkinton, John Stark Regional, Pittsfield. Kearsarge Regional).   We seek any and all feedback on the ideas listed, as well as anything else you may suggest.  Thanks.