The Evolving Landscape

The Evolving Landscape

Monroe County’s Female Agriculture Teachers Prepare the Next Generation of Graduates

Kosciusko-Attala Health Science II Students Hold Great American Smokeout Event

Kosciusko-Attala Health Science II Students Hold Great American Smokeout Event

Health Science II students at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center provided free blood pressure screening and information about the adverse effects of smoking to Bluff Springs Paper Company employees this November during a health fair held in conjunction with the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout.

Hardy Named Counselor of the Year

Hardy Named Counselor of the Year

Tracy Hardy, a career and technical education (CTE) counselor at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center, was named the 2020 MS ACTE Counselor of the Year by the Mississippi Association for Career and Technical Education.

Online Teaching Resources

Online Teaching Resources

View the online teaching resources gathered by the RCU to help with remote teaching during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Inside the Classroom

Inside the Classroom

Top-Notch Equipment and Multi-Generational Experience Are Noxubee Construction Teacher’s Tools of Choice

Keeping It 100%

Keeping It 100%

Sixteen Mississippi career and technical centers received the Achieve 100% Award for the 2018-2019 school year this summer at the annual Mississippi Association for Career and Technical Education (MS ACTE) conference in Jackson.

Stone County Students Attend SkillsUSA’s Leadership Training Institute

Stone County Students Attend SkillsUSA’s Leadership Training Institute

A delegation of students and instructors from Mississippi, including a cohort from Stone County High School’s culinary arts program, met with Washington, D.C., lawmakers in September and discussed how career and technical education (CTE) programs prepare students for college and careers.

FCAHS HOSA Members Attend International Conference

FCAHS HOSA Members Attend International Conference

This June, Forrest County Agricultural High School HOSA — Future Health Professionals members attended and competed at the 2019 HOSA International Leadership Conference at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

Helping Hands

Helping Hands

Starkville-Oktibbeha Teacher Academy Students Provide Child Care During Development Days

Where the Heart is

Where the Heart is

Love of Agriculture and FFA Guides First-Year Teachers in Panola County

Early Adapters

Early Adapters

Madison County Elementary Educators Teach STEM Through Robotics

Where There's Smoke

Where There's Smoke

Lamar County Culinary Team Captures State Title With Dish Featuring Mississippi Ingredients

Breaking and Mending

Breaking and Mending

Biloxi Health Science Students Study Bone Anatomy and Repair Fractures in Hands-On Lab

On the Menu

On the Menu

Stone County Students Apply Classroom Concepts to Managing a Successful Business

Educator Spotlight: Mike Dale

Educator Spotlight: Mike Dale

Forrest County Agricultural High School, Forrest County School District Classes taught: Horticulture, Beef Cattle Science, Forestry, Basic Ag, Ag Production I and II, Ag and Natural Resources



ABOUT CONNECTIONS

Connections is the magazine for K-12 career and technical education (CTE) in Mississippi. The biannual publication features students, educators, schools, and organizations from approximately 50 career pathways across 16 career clusters. This Mississippi Department of Education publication is produced by the Research and Curriculum Unit at Mississippi State University. Issues are disseminated in print and electronic forms in May and December each year.

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