Culinary Arts 1st year students recently learned to make their own dough and use it to make pasta.
about 4 years ago, Laura Prisock
Pasta
Pasta
Health Science and Sports Medicine students will be providing mock pre-participation physicals to 8th grade students on Monday as a way to promote the CTE programs. The students will see demonstrations of athletic taping and/or CPR-First Aid care as well!
about 4 years ago, Laura Prisock
CTE Fact #21 Students can participate in CTE at the middle or high school level and at postsecondary institutions in all states across the US. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
about 4 years ago, Laura Prisock
Mrs. Jackson took some of the 3rd graders at Ackerman Elementary School to the PBIS store! Keep up the great work!
about 4 years ago, Samantha Kelly
PBIS
PBIS
Pre-K students in Mrs. Zirlott and Mrs. Fondren’s room at Ackerman Elementary School are doing an excellent job in their centers.
about 4 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Pre-K
Pre-K
Pre-K
Pre-K
ANNUAL FERN SALE! Time to order ferns. Order by Friday, February 28. Delivery is Tuesday, March 17 - doors open at 12 noon. This fundraiser is sponsored by the SkillsUSA students at CCCTC. For more information or to order, call: CCCTC 284-4152 or Glennis Wood 285-6880/722-1325.
about 4 years ago, Laura Prisock
Students in Culinary Arts I are learning all about grain cookery. They practiced making grits and oatmeal as well as a variety of rice dishes. Rice dishes incorporated a variety of rices like Arborio, basmati, and long-grain in dishes like Risotto, Pilaf, Chinese Fried Rice, and Red Beans & Rice.
about 4 years ago, Laura Prisock
Grits
Rice
Rice
The March breakfast and lunch menus have been updated. This is great tool to use when you are in a hurry and you need to know what is on the menu for the day.
about 4 years ago, Choctaw County School District
School Lunch
CTE Fact #20 CTE programs directly connect learners with employers, because the programs provide a clear pipeline of talent and unique opportunities for students to engage in meaningful on the job experiences, internships, and apprenticeships. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
about 4 years ago, Laura Prisock
Several 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School were able to go shopping in the school’s PBIS store. Students throughout the school earn Charger Bucks for good behavior each day! Keep up the great work!
about 4 years ago, Samantha Kelly
PBIS
PBIS
Mrs. Utley’s 3rd grade PACE students at Ackerman Elementary School are learning how to program robots to do tasks and follow routes in class! They have just started their programming and are doing a great job!
about 4 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Pace
Pace
Pace
CTE Fact #19 CTE leads to fewer dropouts. Students involved in CTE are far less likely to drop out of high school than other students, a different estimated to save the economy $168 billion each year. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
about 4 years ago, Laura Prisock
AES Library is selling Smencils for $1 each!
about 4 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Library
Mrs. Jean Maree Mcculloch’s 4th graders at Ackerman Elementary School had a great time playing some fun games while learning!
about 4 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Game fun!
Game fun
Game fun
Game fun
Students in Mrs. Joni, Mrs. Mitzi, and Mrs. Nicole’s class at Ackerman Elementary School had a fun time learning about their heart. Nurse Karla Beard let each student listen to their heart and showed them how to feel their heartbeat.
about 4 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Nurse visit
Nurse visit
Nurse visit
Nurse visit
Coach Smith has his PE students at Ackerman Elementary School working on critical thinking skills. Students had to use materials to cross the water to the island in the middle, get their whole team across the water, and get to the other bank. Lots of creative thinking!
about 4 years ago, Samantha Kelly
PE
PE
PE
PE
Mrs. Lucas has her 6th graders at Ackerman Elementary School completing research on a variety of presidents. Students then have to present their information to their group so they can vote on who they feel the greatest president is.
about 4 years ago, Samantha Kelly
Research
Research
Research
The RCU is hosting CTE counselors and other professionals today in preparation for CPAS and National Certification testing. Mrs. Prisock will be learning about the updates to testing and how to provide our students with as many opportunities as possible to earn valuable credentials and certifications during their time at CCCTC!
about 4 years ago, Laura Prisock
Testing
CTE Fact #18 Students in CTE programs and their parents are three times as likely to report they are "Very Satisfied" with their children's ability to learn real-world skills as part of their education compared to parents of students not involved in CTE. #CTEMonth #CCCTC
about 4 years ago, Laura Prisock
Students in 7th-10th grade and their parents are invited to an event at the Ty Cobb, Thurs., Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. Teachers of state tested areas will be sharing information about their specific state tests, as well as giving tips and strategies and practicing test items. Snacks will be provided. We hope you come out to help support our Chargers!
about 4 years ago, Amber Vowell