Pioneer Students Attend Women in Manufacturing Event

Eight Pioneer Students attend Women in Manufacturing event 
at Metropolitan Community College
on Thursday, October 20, 2022
Fort Calhoun High School students Annie Scott, Courtney Smith, Danielle Dube, Ruby Garmong, Adriana Hernandez, Kylee Ashby, Jada Doyle, and Allison Prunty attended the event and were able to meet with FCHS Alumni Keara Caroll who was a panelist representing Lozier Corporation.
The event included: 
• A panel of WiM industry members, MCC staff and current MCC students 
• Manufacturing employer booths to discuss careers 
• A tour of MCC’s Center For Advanced Manufacturing (south campus)

Seventh Graders Send Military Care Packages

The Seventh Graders sent 17 Military Care packages to conclude their Seminar Class. 

They began the Community Service project with a guest speaker. Coach Thomas spoke with them about what it’s like to be deployed, what it means to those serving to receive a package, and what items to include in the boxes. Students donated items and the Knights of Columbus donated funds to purchase the rest of the supplies. Finally, on the last day of class, students gathered together to stuff boxes with all the goodies.