The Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center is one of 25 schools/districts in the state of Mississippi to be awarded funds from the Mississippi Legislature for career and technical education. According to a press release from AccelerateMS, approximately $1.4 million has been allocated... Read More.
Ty McGee recently visited Health Science students at Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center to educate them about orthopedics.McGee is a 2015 graduate of Kosciusko High School. After high school he attended Millsaps College, then UMMC for medical school and is currently in his first year... Read More.
As part of a statewide initiative, Accelerate Mississippi, Kosciusko High School has two career coaches, Teresa and Tommy Trusell. The Career Coaches begin working with students in the 10th grade, guiding them in making a career decision based on their aptitude and interest. Each... Read More.
Kosciusko Junior High is preparing students for the future with a career fair. Students visited more than 20 different occupation tables where representatives from local businesses, Army National Guard, Career Tech Center, and more were set up.Students learned about career readiness from nurses, realtors,... Read More.
Health Science II students from Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech partnered with Legacy Hospice on Tuesday, November 29th to perform free blood pressure screenings.The team set up in front of Kosciusko Auto Parts to give free blood pressure screenings to the public.
A former teacher in the Kosciusko School District is returning to KHS as its Career Coach.The school announced that Teresa Trussell will return to the school for the position.Trussell is a graduate of KHS and worked as a teacher in Kosciusko School District for... Read More.
Students in Attala County attended a college and career fair Thursday morning at Holmes Community College The Attala Center. The event was open to Senior and Junior students from the Kosciusko and Attala County School Districts. Representatives from local businesses,... Read More.
Three local high schools are expected to benefit from a program to give more students access to career coaches.The state is investing $8 million to put the coaches in 125 schools including Kosciusko High, Ethel High and Neshoba Central High School.The program is being... Read More.
Health Science and Teacher Academy students from the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center are now CPR Certified.They received health care provider CPR certification from the American Heart Association.Training was provided by Debbie Coleman and Allison Schuler with Baptist Memorial Hospital-Attala. CTC instructors are Amy Price-Health... Read More.
Kosciusko Attala Career Technical Center had guest speaker, Susan Bond from MORA (Mississippi Organ Recovery Agency) on Wednesday, February 9th. At the beginning the presentation most students did not know much about being an organ donor but they were all knowledgeable by the end.... Read More.
The Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center is working toward transitioning to distance learning for all CTC students.Student class assignments can be accessed several ways: student email, google drive (for classes that use this in class), Remind101, and printed packets.Printed packets may be picked up at the CTC and... Read More.
Students from the Health Science program at the Kosciusko-Attala CTC give a “Thumbs Up to Saving Lives!” On Friday, Feb. 28, these students spent the day at Baptist-Attala Hospital learning... Read More.