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The Culinary Class- ROCKED their competitions.

The New Madrid Technical Skills Center Pro-Start student competed in several SkillsUSA contests including:  culinary arts, commercial baking, and restaurant service. 

Pictured above:  Dee Moore- 1st Skills Culinary, Kiara Brown- 3rd Written Culinary, Armando Sanchez- 3rd Skills Culinary Arts

             

Justice Sutton- 1st Written Culinary                      Jaylin Ranson-  2nd Written Restaurant Service

Allison Briley- 2nd Written Baking                      Brandon Reeves-Masterson (Gideon) 1st Written Rest

                                                                              Service, 2nd Skills Restaurant Service

 

 

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State Bound

NMCC is proud to send 7 seven wrestlers to the state competition.  Pictured (left to right) Coach Jerry Winberry, Troquan Mays, Austin Perry, Jakob Wilcox, Jacob Wicker, Herman Jackson, Quazavion Jackson, and Jay Maltbia.  Not pictured are coaches Chris Nance and Anthony Harris.  
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HeLa Cells

The students in the PLTW biomedical class are splatting HeLa cells, originally from Henrietta Lacks, to look at the chromosome abnormalities present in her cells.  HeLa cells have been produced and used for groundbreaking research since the 1950's.

         

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Who Grew My Soup?

Students in Ms. Pullens second grade class welcomed Mr. Clay Hawes from New Madrid Farm Bureau to read a book that centers around the character Phineas and his questions of Who, why and how his mothers choice for lunch was made.  The book called "Who Grew My Soup" takes Phin on an adventure to visit the many farms that are a integral part of making a delicious bowl of soup.  Afterwards Mr. Hawes, on behalf of NMFB, donated the book to the schools library for students to read on their own.  We can't thank Mr. Hawes and New Madrid Farm Bureau enough for their support of our district.

 

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100 Days of Learning

February 1st marked an amazing milestone... It was the 100th Day of School!

Students and staff took time during the day not only to celebrate, but to learn all about the things they can do by the "100s"  From stringing 100 fruit loops on string to building towers with 100 cups, even making their own trail mix with 10 pieces of 10 different items to equal 100!!!  What is something you can do to 100? Do you have 100 bucket list things that you'd like to do?  We'd like to say 100 Thank You's to our parents, teachers and students for a great 100 days! 

 

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