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Wyo Tech Representative

October 11, 2013

Lance Lowry from a representative from WyoTech came on October 8th and talked to several students at the North Central Career Center.  He discussed WyoTech’s programs for automotive technology as well as automotive collision.  All . . . read more

The First Day of the 2013 "Puppy Pound"

September 11, 2013

On Wednesday September 11th, twelve new "Puppy Pound" students came to their new class.  The six young ladies who serve as "Teachers" did an excellent job of preparing games, lessons and a snack for the "Puppy Pound" students. . . . read more

Awareness day 2013

March 18, 2013

On March 6th, 2013 the North Central Career Center (NCCC) had its annual Awareness Day for Sophomores and Juniors that are interested in coming to NCCC next year.  Students had the opportunity to listen about how important Career and . . . read more

FBLA students do well at districts

March 11, 2013

Front Row: (Left to Right) Allison Mulnix, Amy Johnson, Kaylee Smith, Kelsey Jennings, Cali Slaughter, Josie Williams, Tiara Ward, Kailey Findley, Brittany Slaughter, Melody Grooms, Trysta Peery, Lauren Eivins. Back: Cody Osmon, Walker . . . read more

2006 Dodge Caravan for sale from Automotive Collision program

March 2, 2013

Bid Notice for the Automotive Collision Technology 2006 Dodge Caravan (this vehicle had a previous salvage title) The South Harrison R-2 School District will be accepting bids for the sale of a 2006 Dodge Caravan.  This caravan . . . read more

Ms. Stagner receives the Outstanding Beginning Teachers Award

February 20, 2013

Ms. Stagner was nominated by a professor from Northwest Missouri State University to receive the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education's (MACTE) Outstanding Beginning Teachers Award.  She will be recognized at the MACTE . . . read more

State FFA Officer visits South Harrison FFA students

February 11, 2013

“On Monday, February 4th, Samantha Gibson the Area 2 State FFA Vice President visited the South Harrison Agriculture Department. Students had a chance to learn about all of the opportunities that the National FFA Organization has to offer. . . . read more

Introductory Health Occupations class works on skeletons

February 1, 2013

Mrs. Adkin's Introductory to Health Sciences class has began to work on learning about the muscles and the human body.  Students take pieces of clay and attach it to the human model skeleton to help remember each muscle and where it is . . . read more

OSHA Training

January 10, 2013

On January 7th, 2012 two representatives from OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) came to the North Central Career Center and spoke to the Construction Technology and the Welding Technology class about OSHA regulations. . . . read more

BG representative gives demonstration to the automotive technology class

December 14, 2012

Two BG representatives came to the North Central Career Center's Automotive Technology class and discussed chemistry with the students.  They went through how different chemicals that are used in the automotive industry are used and how . . . read more

Charlene Piel works with students on resumes, cover letters and interview skills

November 29, 2012

On Wednesday Novemeber 28th, 2012 Charlene Piel the Career Education Coordinator fo the Northwest Region came to the North Central Career Center and worked with the students on preparing a cover letter, resume, thank you letter and improving . . . read more

Wyo Tech visits Ag. Class

November 16, 2012

“On Monday, November 5th Chris Lorenz the representative from Wyo-Tech visited the agriculture department. He visited with students about the courses Wyo-Tech offers. Mr. Lorenz discussed the campus in Laramie, Wyoming and the opportunities . . . read more

Agricultural Students learn about salesmanship

November 13, 2012

“On Friday, November 2nd the South Harrison Ag Business class and agriculture teacher Brandi Stagner visited Fordyce Equipment in Bethany. Five students had the opportunity to visit with salesman Nathan Wolf about sales techniques. The . . . read more

FFA Attends National Convention

November 8, 2012

“On Tuesday, October 23rd nine South Harrison FFA members and advisor Brandi Stagner headed to Indianapolis, Indiana for the 85th Annual National FFA Convention. They shared a Heartland Bus with neighboring schools. On Tuesday, they stopped . . . read more

Ranken Technology school attends NCCC

October 29, 2012

Ranken Technology College attended the North Central Career Center (NCCC) on October 24th and went over the advantages that Ranken offers students who attend their college. read more

Early Childhood students provide Halloween safety of Kindergarten students

October 25, 2012

Students enrolled in the Early Childhood Careers Program have spent the last of couple of days providing Halloween "tips" to the Kindergarten students for Halloween to keep them safe. read more

Early Childhood Careers Program

October 16, 2012

The Early Childhood Careers Program is in full swing with the "Puppy Pound".  The students enrolled in the program are learning how to work with young children on their motor skills and improving their thinking skills.  The "Puppy . . . read more

FFA Trapshoot

October 12, 2012

Several South Harrison FFA members traveled to Trenton Missouri, to compete in an area trapshooting competition. The members were scored based on how many clay pigeons they broke out of 50. The team has really enjoyed both practices and . . . read more

Greenhands attend Greenhand Initiation

October 9, 2012

On Wednesday September 19,  South Harrison greenhands traveled to Gallatin Missouri, for Area II FFA Greenhand Initiation.  Greenhands Hunter Langfitt, Kiley Doll, and Jacob Donner were recognized for persuing their Greenhand . . . read more

National FFA Officer visits South Harrison FFA Students

October 2, 2012

National FFA officer, Alicia Hodnik, the Central Region Vice President from Wisconsin visited South Harrison High School on Thursday, September 20.  She visited with all 7th grade, 8th  grade and South Harrison FFA members. . . . read more

NCCC is raffling off a car hood for Emily Creasey

September 27, 2012

There will be a Bulldog Spirit Car Hood Sign raffled off during the halftime of the October 5th football game. Tickets are 1 for $1 or 6 for $5. Tickets may be purchased at the homecoming football game (where the sign will be displayed) as . . . read more

Lincoln Tech representative visits NCCC

September 24, 2012

The Lincoln Tech representative visited the North Central Career Center students on Thursday September 20th about the advantages of attending a technical school.  Students from the Automotive Technology class and the Auto Collision . . . read more

Wyo Tech Representative visits NCCC

September 18, 2012

On Monday September 17th a representative, Chris Lorenze, from Wyo Tech came to North Central Career Center and visited with the students about opportunities they could have if they decided to go Wyo Tech. read more

Construction Technology class works on concrete project

September 14, 2012

The Construction Technology class worked with the South Harrison Boosters on the concrete project at the football field.  The class made the forms for the project. read more

Early Childhood students receive CPR and First Aid Training

September 11, 2012

Students in Mrs. Roses Early Childhood Careers class are working on their First Aid and CPR training from Brandon Fordyce. read more

Construction Technology class works on concrete project

September 6, 2012

Mr. Sweat and his Construction Technology classes have been working diligently at the football field so that concrete can be poured to make the stadium handicapped accessible.   read more

Tulsa Welding Representative visits with welding students

August 29, 2012

On Wednesday August 29th, Monty Miller, a representative from Tulsa welding school, came and visited with the welding students about their school.  Not only did he discuss with the students about the opportunities that Tulsa welding . . . read more

 
 

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