Career-Tech students visit Delta State University

Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center Ed Prep students attended the 2024 Delta State University College of Education and Human Science Spring Showcase on Wednesday, March 6. Ed Prep students participated in break out sessions in the fields of Child Development, Elementary Education,... Read More.

Photos: Construction students visit Camp McCain

Second year construction and first year automotive service students from the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center recently toured Camp McCain in Grenada, MS.They learned about the equipment/artillery, visited the shop areas, discussed electronic maintenance, and learned about the careers in and benefits of joining the National Guard.

Photos: KHS students visit State Capitol

Recently, Mrs. Jamison and Mrs. Hutchinson, took some a group of Kosciusko High School Seniors to a “Day at the Capital.” Representative Kenneth Walker invited some of the seniors to be a part of this special day. Walker spoke to the... Read More.

Audio: More Career-Tech Center instructors visit The BreckFast Show

Throughout the month of February, instructors from the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center will be guests on The BreckFast Show to celebrate National Career and Technical Education Month. This week: Kenneth Georgia and Bubba Hodges discuss the Agriculture Science and Construction programs.

Photos: PDS students visit state Capitol

Presbyterian Day School 6th graders recently visited the Mississippi State Capitol. Speaker Pro Tempore Jason White explained to the students how bills are presented in the house of representatives. Students also met with Kosciusko native Sara Bailey Jones who is... Read More.

Photo: Career-Tech students visit National Guard Armory

Second year students from the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center recently participated in GuardX at the local National Guard Armory.Students received hands-on military experience with hand held weapons, field artillery, drones, computers, radio communication devices, and paladin operations.Students were given information on the benefits of... Read More.