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November 27--
The Vidalia Board of Education recently met at a called meeting to address assurances for their participation in  SECCA at the High School level and according to Superintendent Garrett Wilcox, "We approved our MOU which allows the four schools systems, Montgomery, Toombs, Vidalia, and Treutlen to enter into an agreement that allows us to combine resources. That being said, it gives our students more opportunities to be exposed to vocational based classes as well as ROTC."
One important goal when it comes to having a program like SECCA is keeping students engaged, something that Dr. Wilcox says, "is evident by all four systems improved graduation rate."
Additionally, SECCA in cooperation with Altamaha EMC and Georgia Power added an "energy pathway" for students to be exposed to job opportunities within the energy field.