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Cashion Students Get Sneak Peek at Francis Tuttle

Students from Cashion High School visited Francis Tuttle Technology Center to see training options available to them if the April 2 annexation election passes. Sophomores and juniors toured two Francis Tuttle campuses on February 7 to help them learn more about training programs in which they have interest.

If the measure passes on April 2, seniors expected to graduate this Spring will be eligible to apply for Francis Tuttle’s “Next Step Scholarship” within fifteen months of graduation, which would allow them to attend tuition-free the following year for up to 1,050 hours (approximately 1 year, full-time).

Cashion is one of a handful of school districts statewide that does not have a direct affiliation with an Oklahoma Technology Center, part of the statewide CareerTech system. Voters have the capability to annex to Francis Tuttle with the upcoming election.

In addition to opportunities for high school students to receive training at no cost, successful passage would make businesses located within the Cashion school district eligible for low-cost, highly acclaimed training through Francis Tuttle’s Business and Industry Services division.

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