High school’s technology center an asset

Correspondent photo by LORETTA JACKSON Program advisory committee members, from left, Chef Mike Levin, culinary arts instructor, Collette O’Connor, parent representative, and Steven O’Connor, the PAC’s student representative, pause for another serving of beef topped with mushroom gravy and other fixings at a recent PAC meeting held at Windows on West, the student-operated restaurant at Milford High School.

Administrators at Milford High School are ready to crack open one of the school’s best-kept secrets, it’s Applied Technology Center. The center grooms tomorrow’s leaders in the careers and technical curriculums known as “Vo-Tech.”

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