From Newschannel 6 Texoma

OLNEY, TX (KAUZ) – From welding to agricultural science, the new Olney Career and Technology Education Center is giving students the opportunity to gain hands on experience on a wide variety of trades.

Olney Superintendent, Dr. Greg Roach said preparing students for the work force is a top priority and believes the CTEC allows students to be better-rounded.

“You were always going to need people that can weld and turn nuts and bolts,” said Roach.

The three million dollar facility was used last spring and Olney High School Principal Matt Caffey is excited to have the new building for the entire school year.

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