At the recent annual conference for the International Technology and Engineering Educator Association in Kansas City, Missouri, the program at Gilford High School was recognized as one of 37 programs worldwide to earn the Program Excellence Award in 2019. Sponsored by the ITEEA and Paxton/Patterson, the Program Excellence Award is one of the highest honors given to technology and engineering classroom programs in the elementary, middle or high school levels. Schools from across the country compete for the honor. Each year, winners are recognized at the conference. This year, the GHS program was recognized at the first general session of the conference where the award plaques and pins were presented. (Courtesy photo)

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