An alum of the aquarium science program at Central Campus is now developing new sea life in captivity. Noel Heinsohn is now an aquarist at the Long Island Aquarium in New York. Click the photo to read more about his recent work at Reef.com.
Central Campus Urban Leadership and Teacher Academy student Russhaun Johnson shares spoken word poetry with Grand View University students before participating in a panel on education with fellow students Julio Delgadillo, Emily Yin and Harry Nguyen.
Ever wonder what this area looked like BEFORE it became Central Campus? Here are a few snapshots of Fleur Drive and Central Campus when it was a Ford Automotive Plant.
Central Campus students Monty Miller and Joshua Burkey took 2nd place at the 23rd Annual DMACC/Iowa Automobile Dealers Association Automotive Skills Contest. Both Miller and Burkey received tools and supplies donated by the Iowa Automobile Dealers Association and $600 scholarships provided by the DMACC Foundation.
Central Campus finals are underway. Click on the headline to see a schedule.
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”.