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2021-2022 Teachers of the Year
Allison Glisson
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Kelley McCain
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Kristy Thurman
2021-2022 Teachers of the Year
Dana Rankin
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Gwana Funches
2021-2022 Teachers of the Year
Rebecca Sikes
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SCTC Prepares for Edible School Garden thanks to Sizable Grant from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation
Patricia Braddock

Thanks to a generous gift from the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation, Simpson County Technical Center (SCTC) will soon be offering fresh fruits and vegetables to its students and surrounding communities through the aid of an edible school garden.

As part of its mission to build a healthier Mississippi, the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation has been partnering with K-12 schools across the state to provide edible school gardens for healthy hands-on learning experiences.

Last year, the Foundation awarded SCTC with a sizeable grant in the amount of $119,814 to carry out the vision of Agricultural and Natural Resources Instructor Patricia Braddock, who sought to renovate the center’s existing greenhouses and provide her students with a conducive learning environment, suitable for gardening and teaching plant science.

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Magee Elementary Students Get Their Hands Dirty in New Garden
Magee Elementary Students

Sitting in the middle of campus, for all to see, grows a cute little garden planted by students at Magee Elementary School.

Consisting of a trellis and two troughs, the garden is tended by teacher Carol Marshall and a group of her students. Together, they harvested their first crops, which included sweet potatoes and peanuts.

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SCTC Students Get Hands-on Training in Mass Casualty Simulation
SCTC Students

On Friday, Oct. 29, health informatics and law and public safety students at Simpson County Technical Center (SCTC) put their skills to the test while participating in a simulated mass casualty incident.

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SCSD Employee Awarded Grant from Mississippi Professional Educators
Stephanie Hubbard

Stephanie Hubbard, an English Language Arts Instructional Coach for Simpson County School District, was recently selected as a recipient of a competitive grant from the Mississippi Professional Educators (MPE).

Selected among 66 applicants, Hubbard was one of 44 finalists to be chosen for a 2021-2022 MPE Classroom Grant Award, for up to $40,000, to enhance classroom instructional offerings or educational experiences for students.

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Simpson County Technical Center Students Attend FBLA State Leadership Conference
FBLA Students

Members of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) at Simpson County Technical Center (SCTC) recently joined their peers from across the state for an annual leadership conference, hosted by the FBLA’s regional chapter.

As members of the largest career student business organization in the world, 15 students from SCTC attended the FBLA’s Mississippi Fall Leadership conference held in Raymond. During the conference, students engaged in various leadership activities and interacted with other FBLA students and officers.

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