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  • January 8- Students return

    January 21- Martin Luther King Jr.- NO SCHOOl

    January 28- HOSA Blood Drive



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PRCTC Spotlight

  • Click here to view PRCTC's Recruitment Video. 




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  •              Gracie Vance 

    December Student of the Month 

    Ag Science Teacher Clint Young


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Student Organizations

  • Pontotoc Ridge FFA competed in the FFA Federation contest Friday, January 11 in Houston. All of these students have worked hard preparing for competition. Congratualtions to all the participants and winners!


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    (Left) Gracie Vance- 1st place- Sr. Creed Speaking                                                        1st place in Welding- (Left to Right: Nathan Delgado, Chase Foster, Aaron Westfall, 

    (Right) Haley Long- 3rd place- Jr. Creed Speaking                                                           Drake Steele, and Weston Crouch)


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    1st place in Tractor Maintainance and operation                                                      3rd place in Tool Identification (Left to Right: Chloe Pina,

    (Left) Memphis Wells (Right) Tristan Bates                                                               Cayden Bell, Weston Crouch, Shane Sanders)



    Alyssa Bohn competed in Prepared Speech


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  • Health Science

    Health Science students had the opportunity to not only practice sterille dressing changes but also to draw the different body planes.

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  • Ag Power and Machinery

    Ag. Power and Machinery- Mr. Powell's class went to the local county school bus terminal to get some live, hands on experience working on our very own Pontotoc County School buses. These students have learned how the air brake system functions and how to disassemble and replace brake shoes on a school bus. They also learned how to adjust brake shoes to manufacturer specificaitons. We would like to thank Mr. Shane Long, Mr. Kevin Foster, and Mr. Dan Hester for taking time out of their day to help thsese students with this project based learning opportunity!

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  • Early Childhood

    Early Childhood was presenting Shaken Baby Syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and Drug Affected Syndrome to Teacher Academy. Students discussed how each affects infants and children that carry on into struggles with learning and processing information.

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  • Teacher Academy

    Mrs. Gunter's Teacher Academy students packed and shipped a care package to a soldier serving over seas for one of their service projects.

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  • AEST Plant Class

    Our plant class has been in charge of keeping the flowers, shrubs, and tress in pristine condition on our campus. Students are learning how to pot plants using the correct amount of soil and gauging the proper pot size.

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Fall Festival 2018