FREE TUTORING for all 3rd - 12th grade students. There will be a Free Parent Webinar explaining the 24/7 Free Tutoring on Thursday, Dec. 8th from 6:00 - 6:30. Please see the attached picture for info on how to log in and watch.
The Sports Medicine Class at the Choctaw County Career and Technology Center teamed up with MS Blood Services to host a blood drive for senior students and district staff. The blood drive went great as many students & district staff donated life-saving blood! Part III
The Sports Medicine Class at the Choctaw County Career and Technology Center teamed up with MS Blood Services to host a blood drive for senior students and district staff. The blood drive went great as many students & district staff donated life-saving blood! Part II
The Sports Medicine Class at the Choctaw County Career and Technology Center teamed up with MS Blood Services to host a blood drive for senior students and district staff. The blood drive went great as many students & district staff donated life-saving blood! Part I
The Choctaw County SkillsUSA officers attended the fall leadership conference at Northwest Community College. They participated in breakout sessions on leadership topics like setting smart goals, social media, team building, and leadership styles.
FRUIT PICKUP UPDATE: Please remind your students to pick fruit up starting Tuesday afternoon December 6th. Tuesday we will stay open for pickup until 5:30 pm. Wednesday we will stay open for pickup from 8 am through 6 pm, or later if needed.
Monica Potts presented Healthcare and Clinical Services students with their CPR and First Aid cards.
Due to damage from tonight’s storms in the northern part of Choctaw County, all Choctaw County Schools will be on a 2 hour delayed start tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 30th. This is for safety issues in order to have buses traveling roads during daylight. No breakfast will be served.
All Choctaw County Schools will be dismissing 2 hours early on Tuesday 11-29-22 due to the chance of severe weather. Thank you and stay safe.
Due to the possibility of severe weather, all Choctaw County Schools will dismiss two hours earlier than their normal schedule today, Tuesday, November 29th. All afterschool activities and tonight’s home basketball games are cancelled.
Thank you to our Culinary Arts students who prepared and served the Thanksgiving meal this week. We enjoyed having our administrators and central office staff join us!
Culinary Arts students prepping for Thanksgiving dinner.
Parents, please take a few minutes to read the article, and complete our Technology Survey. https://www.choctaw.k12.ms.us/article/893126 Thank you for your participation.
CCCTC would like to congratulate Mr. Adam Berry for being chosen Teacher of the Year and Mrs. Jane Maddox for being chosen Paraprofessional of the Year. Their patience, kindness, and dedication to our students and staff is an inspiration to us all. Congratulations!!
Sports Medicine students were able to job-shadow Reid Draper DPT on the football sidelines during Friday night's game. The students had a great learning experience involving gametime medical care of athletes. A big thanks to Reid Draper DPT.
Mr. Black's Construction and Carpentry students have been busy lately building hunting houses to sell. The hunting houses are 4x4, camouflaged, and they are amazing!! They only built 4, so they are first come first serve, for $290. Call 662-285-4152.
A special thank you to Mrs. Amanda McBride, Chamber of Commerce Director, for bringing goody bags to our students who volunteered at the Annual Jack O' Lantern Jam. We appreciate all you do for us at CCCTC!!
Mrs. Hammons' Healthcare and Clinical Services students completed their American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) certification training with Mrs. Monica Potts, LPN. Thank you, Mrs. Potts for training and providing the BLS certification!
A special thank you to Mrs. Kathryn Allman, Director of MS Tobacco Free Coalition of Choctaw, Webster, and Montgomery counties, for speaking to our CCCTC students about the numerous facts and dangers of vaping.
Culinary Arts II students have been learning about cold and hot sandwiches and how to efficiently set up a sandwich station. Today, students made the most popular sandwich, the pizza, considered an open face sandwich. Part III