Present and future vo-tech programs addressed at school board meeting

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    Illustration courtesy Sean O’Donnell and Interface Architecture
    Preliminary graphics illustrate what could be in the future for Pagosa Springs High School and its vo-tech buildings and classes. This concept was presented to the Archuleta School District as a potential way to expand vo-tech offerings at Archuleta School District while also bolstering security.

    As the educational spectrum evolves, more fields of study are opened up to students.
    At Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS), the field of career and technical education (CTE) has been expanding, and Principal Sean O’Donnell laid out some preliminary ideas on how to further expand those programs and improve safety at PSHS.

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