Earn your Associate degree or one-year technical training certificate right here in McDowell County @ the Career Technical Center in Welch! Programs include:
Machinist Technology/CNC, Associate of Applied Science, Technical Training Certificate, Machinist Technology Skill Set,
CNS Skill Set.
APPLY TODAY @ www.rcbi.org/go/machinist (800.469.7224)
McDowell County Schools will be submitting a 21st CCLC Grant application for the 2018-2019 school year for the following schools; Bradshaw Elementary, Fall River Elementary, Iaeger Elementary, and Southside K-8. If you have any questions please contact Bonita Miano at 304-436-8441 Ext-241
Click the link for important information concerning required immunizations for West Virginia public schools students.
Click the link for important information concerning new health requirements for West Virginia public school students in Grades 7 and 12.
17 Students from McDowell County Career & Technology Center recently competed at the Skills USA West Virginia State Leadership and Skills Conference at Fairmont State University on April 13-15, 2018. Skills USA is an annual State and National event to showcase Career & Technical Education's finest students. Of the 17 competitors, McDowell County had 2 Gold medalists, 5 Silver medalists, and 3 Bronze medalists. The state Gold medalists will compete at the Skills USA National level in May in Louisville, Kentucky. Click on the link to view our team photos.
April 19 was a great experience for our seniors at the McDowell County Career Expo. We hope everyone took advantage of talking to prospective employers including our own MCS Personnel Department. #CountyStrong Click on the link to view some of the highlights of this year's MCS Career Expo.
On December 18th, McDowell County Board of Education members recognized McDowell County Spelling Bee winners Miranda Branham-Sandy River Middle and Isaac Fowler-Anawalt Elementary. Also recognized were McDowell County basketball and cheerleading first place champs from Kimball elementary school. #County Strong
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