Students at newly reopened Career Tech Center learning trades, giving back
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Students in Ms. Mack’s family consumer science class made a 6-foot pink ribbon in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Students are also members of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) national organization which promotes personal growth and leadership development. FCCLA is challenging staff, students and community members to donate at least one dollar to help with breast cancer awareness, prevention and a cure.
According to the American Cancer Society 2022 statistics, one in every three women and one in every 100 men will be diagnosed with cancer each year. All funds will be donated to a breast cancer organization on behalf of Coosa County, Central High School. FCCLA members have breast cancer cards for donors to write the name of the loved one they would like to honor. Cards will be placed on the Love Wall around the ribbon.
If you would like to spread your love around the wall and ultimately around the world by donating see an FCCLA member or contact Ms. Mack at email@example.com. There will be a roll call to shout out loved ones October 28, during PAWS class. Pictured are Kamori Hoytt and Markee Goff preparing the decoration for the ribbon.
Students in Mrs. Robinson’s nursing fundamentals class practiced using personal protective equipment. The nursing fundamentals class is offered as a Central Alabama Community College dual enrollment credit, but is offered right here on the campus of the Career Tech Center at no cost to our students. Pictured are Brooklyn Lee, Madison Jennings, Mrs. Robinson, Zoey Jones, Alissa Cosby, and Brynlee Hawthorne.
Students in Mr. Dansby’s automotive technology class work on replacing a power window motor. Pictured are Waylon Grogan and Nathan Mathis.