Photos: Career-tech students learn CPR and AED skills

Kosciusko-Attala CTC Ed Prep and Health Science students recently participated in the cognitive and skills evaluations in accordance with the curriculum of the American Heart Association Basic Life Support (CPR and AED) Program at Baptist Medical Center-Attala. Students must score an 84... Read More.

Baptist Attala to hold “Lunch and Learn” series

Baptist Memorial Hospital Attala has announced a "Lunch and Learn" series of meetings.The first meeting in the series is planned for Wednesday, March 22 at noon.The topic of this meeting is Behavior and Mental Health Needs.Speaking at the meeting will be representatives from Stepping... Read More.

Kosciusko Students Learn About Career Readiness

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.

Photo: CTC students learn banking skills

Kosciusko Attala Career Tech Center students learned Banking 101 skills from Darren Milner of Attala County Bank, a branch of Holmes County Bank Friday, Sept. 2. Milner presented students with checking and savings information, the differences between debit and credit cards,... Read More.

Photo: CTC students learn about drones

Mr. Louis Wasson with the MSU Extension Service, discussed various ways to use drones with the agriculture and digital media students at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center.Precision agriculture technologies help farmers monitor cropland to improve crop yields from a birds-eye view.He also discussed various... Read More.

Local Vo-Tech Students Learn About the Communications Field

Digital Media Technology students at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Technical Center had a month full of guest speakers from all across the Communications field. Students were able to learn about different careers and potential college opportunities through these speakers. The speakers that participated... Read More.