Happy National Principal 's Month to Mr. Vance!!
Culinary Arts students presented Mr Tucker with a dozen cookies in appreciation of National Custodian Day. Thank you for all you do, Mr. Tucker! We appreciate you!!
Culinary Arts I students enjoyed learning about the history of food service. Students prepared some historically significant dishes: classic French Peach Melba, created by the King of the Kitchen, Escoffier, Foccacia, White Castle Sliders, and Delmonico Potatoes.
Healthcare and Clinical Services and Sports Medicine students visited Choctaw County Regional Medical Center for their clinical orientation and training.
CCHS and FCA students enjoyed the College and Career Fair hosted by CCCTC. Part II
CCHS and FCA students enjoyed the College and Career Fair hosted by CCCTC. Part I
2023-24 Choctaw County Chargers Homecoming Parade https://youtu.be/-Rwhpa0BxNw Keep Charging Forward!!
Culinary Arts students are at the homecoming parade selling cookies and sweet tea! Come out and support our students and enjoy a delicious treat!
Culinary Arts students traveled to the Choctaw Nursing and Rehabilitation Center to demonstrate how to make homemade ice cream in a bag. Residents helped measure ingredients and shake the ice cream until it froze. Students then fixed each resident a custom sundae.
Students showing the difference between "clean" hands & "contaminated" hands after performing handwashing skill.
Students learning about reservoirs and fomites that are contaminated with microorganisms before handwashing.
Health Science students are learning how to correctly donn and doff their personal protective equipment (PPE) this week.
Healthcare & Clinical Services students are practicing manual blood pressures on each other. They are preparing for their Vital Signs work-based learning skill check off with an industry professional in the health care profession.
Mr. Berry's Ag Power and Machinery class.
Students in Culinary Arts I created fire safety posters explaining the different classes of fires and how to extinguish them. Pictures are the people’s choice winners from first and third blocks. Congratulations to Allison, Miley, Summer, and Jaraya.
Students in Culinary Arts I enjoyed making Rice Krispy treats in celebration of making a 100 on their workplace safety test!
CTE School Counselor, Mrs. McGlothin and Career Coach, Mrs. Johnson enjoyed speaking to all CCCTC students about the academic and career goals for the upcoming school year.
Sports Medicine students have been learning about patient safety during transfers and mobility within healthcare facilities.
Health Science students were learning the proper procedure for aseptic hand washing technique according to CDC guidelines. Glo-germ was applied to their hands to simulate pathogens.
Students living North of the Coal Mine that ride a school bus will have pick up and drop off times that will be different than normal. This will be for the next couple of days as Hwy. 9 will be closed and buses in that area will have to detour from their regular routes.