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Culinary students recently toured St. Louis Community College and also got the chance to visit the Blue Owl.
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Laying the foundation in the hoop house for the Agriculture Department.
 
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FBLA Meeting

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) held a meeting last week in the auditorium. Students Lauren Riggs and Emma Graham from Mrs. Eddy’s Business Tech class presented the chapter with information about identity theft.  FBLA members also signed up to prepare and sell Otis Spunkmeyer cookies as a fundraiser for the March of Dimes. The meeting ended with refreshments. 

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NMCC Culinary Arts Class sent 2 girl's to Poplar Bluff to compete in District commercial baking contest. Katie received first-place and Nicole did a wonderful job.
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Twenty-two members of the New Madrid County R-1 Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Chapter recently attended the 2018 FBLA District 16 Leadership Conference held on Friday, February 9, in Malden, Missouri.


FBLA is a career and technical student organization for all high school students participating in business programs.  Over 450 members and advisers representing 19 chapters throughout the district met to elect officers and compete in the district leadership awards program.


Winning recognition at the District 16 Leadership Conference were:


Shelbie Karafa, 1st Place Spreadsheet Applications; Noah Shaffer, 1st Place Introduction to Business and 4th Place Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure; Shelby Smith, 2nd Place Spreadsheet Applications; Olivia Carlson, Mary Claire Halterman, and Lexi Phillips, 2nd  Place Entrepreneurship Team; Kaitlyn Masterson, 2nd Place Insurance and Risk Management; Cheyanne Morgan, 2nd Place Personal Finance, 4th Place Cyber Security, and 5th Place Economics; Olivia Carlson, 3rd Place Computer Applications; Tristan Sletten, 3rd Place Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure; Logan Archie, 4th Place Accounting II; Elizabeth Bennett and Chandlor Stromire, 4th Place Sports and Entertainment Management Team; Kylie Cook, 5th Place Word Processing; Jordan Harris, Hannah Karizamimba, and Olivia McSpadden, 5th Place Hospitality Management Team
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The following students pictured above are enrolled in Introduction to Microcomputer Applications which is a dual credit class offered at the New Madrid County R-1 Technical Skills Centert through an agreement with Southeast Missouri State University  : Logan Archie, Hunter Bailey, Logan Broughton, Mason Burton, Olivia Carlson, Kylie Cook, Emma Cooksey, Gabriel Copanas, Emma Graham, Mary Claire Halterman, Jordan Harris, Allyson James, Shelbie Karafa, Nichole Lofton, Madison McCarty, Olivia McSpadden, Sydney Mungle, Aaliyah Phillips, Alexis Phillips, Shelby Smith, Mary Spraggs, Mylaka Stokes, Stephanie Treece, Bayleigh Wilson, Brooke Wilson, and Gabriel York.

After completing Introduction to Microcomputer Applications, the students will be able to use Excel 2016 functions to summarize quantitative data graphically, including pivot tables and charts; use PowerPoint to create, modify, and enhance presentations; use Word to create and edit documents, and use Access to query tables and use application tools to generate reports.

Technical Skills Center and Dual Credit!!!

NMCC TSC Teaching for Tomorrow students (not pictured) are earning dual credit too!

Dual credit courses enable high school students to receive, simultaneously, both high school and college-level course credit. The primary purpose of offering dual credit courses is to deliver high-quality college experiences to high-performing high school students. Dual credit courses are suitable to challenge students who have mastered or nearly mastered the complete high school curriculum and who require college-level coursework that is more rigorous than the high school curriculum. Dual credit courses also enrich and extend the high school curriculum, provide introductory college coursework, and avoid unnecessary duplication in coursework as students move from high school to college. 

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Screen printing students  have been busy! The display pictured is in the NMCC commons and shirts are being sold during both lunch shifts this and next week (Nov 3).  We will consider this a "trial run" and reprint as needed. Price and youth availability are posted on board.
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Advisory Committee

New Madrid TSC would like to thank all of our advisory committee members for their dedication and support to our career center.
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Accounting Class

Accounting I has been busy learning how to journalize transactions in a 5-column journal.  They are beginning to master debits and credits, as well as the adding machine.  Accounting II has just finished a detailed chapter over depreciation.  On Homecoming day, the classes took a quick break and had their picture made in front of the eagle wings in the Commons. They took a few moments to try to find their individual feathers.

 

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The TSC health occupation students help nurse Sophia varnish the students teeth at Lilbourn Elementary.

 

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