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Marshfield career programs on display Monday

Students get hands on experience outside of school

11:44 PM, Jan. 21, 2013
A panel of employers, parents and students, speak Monday at the Marshfield High School during an open house for students to explore technical and vocation classes offered at the high school.
A panel of employers, parents and students, speak Monday at the Marshfield High School during an open house for students to explore technical and vocation classes offered at the high school.
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It might be the first day of the second semester for Marshfield students, but it is never too early to start planning for what courses to take next year.

About 100 students and parents braved the sub-zero temperatures to hear from a panel of seniors, parents and employers about the programs that are offered at the high school designed to give students vocational and technical hands-on experience outside of the classroom.

"We can't stress how valuable (these programs) are to our classrooms because our students come back to the classroom with stories to tell about the real world, and how what ...

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