The American Welding Society Student Chapter located at Central Campus completed a service project out Main Stream Living, Inc. by overhauling an old trailer used to transport material. Main Stream Living, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is “to provide services to persons with disabilities which are designed to enhance opportunities, create success, and … Read more »
The Early Childhood Careers program, taught by Younghee Steenhoek, joined the Downtown School’s “Sing-A-Long” time. While studying music and movement with students, the ECC class created their own drum line. Here they are rockin’ out with “Little Drummer Boy”.
This is an exciting time here at Central Campus! We are the proud care takers of a unique and amazing creature. The Nautilis. Our Marine Biology instructor Greg Barord was paramount in obtaining these and this is the information he provided in regards to what they are: Nautiluses are the last remaining species of a … Read more »
The Central Campus Café is open Friday from 10:50 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Click on the headline to see the menu and make a reservation. Reservations are recommended!
Ryan who is a junior from North, assists with a seventh grade math lesson at Meredith Middle School as part of his Teacher Academy practicum. He said the students had caught on quickly to the new concept and were preparing for a district benchmark test on Friday. Teacher Academy is taught by instructor Dr. Teresa Peterson.
Students from the Certified Nurse Aide program, taught by Carrie-Anne Torgerson, sang holiday carols with residents at the Valley View Village.