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Marion County Area Technology Center aims to give every student a potential pathway into the workforce

By Emily LaForme

 Christina McRay, principal at the Marion County Area Technology Center, spoke at the Marion County Economic Development Office’s First Friday Forum on Jan. 4 to update members of the community on new projects taking place at the school.

“We serve two counties and three schools, Marion County and Washington County High School and the Marion County Knight Academy,” said McRay. “We service grades eight through 12, more than 600 individual students per day, and they take about 750 seats because some of them take more than one class.”

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