Check out the December Healthy Kids Clinic newsletter!
The HOSA students at the SOKY ECCA along with their Instructors / Advisors Billie Frye, RN and Ashley King, RN collected items for Operation Christmas Child.
Your child can receive vaccines at school through the Healthy Kids Clinic!
Students in the Manufacturing, Construction, and Automotive Academies at SOKY ECCA recently visited Tennessee Tech College of Engineering.
My Life My Quit is a youth tobacco and vaping cessation program for Kentucky.
HOSA students at SOKY ECCA assisted with the annual community-wide Health Fair at Dyer Drug.
On November 14th, FBLA members and local chapter Advisor Mrs. Lora Grant enjoyed the day together eating breakfast at Shoney’s Restaurant and watching “The Elf Musical” at Cumberland County Playhouse in Crossville, Tennessee.
The Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) at SOKY ECCA collected eighty-four pounds of canned foods for the community-wide food drive.
FBLA Officers Rachel Sawyers, Paige Hicks, Jaden Mullins, Molly Cecil, and Conlan Beck attended the Fall Leadership Conference at WKU.
On November 26th, Lisa Beard with State Farm Insurance visited SOKY ECCA to talk with the Medical Arts and Business students about her career as an insurance agent and nurse.
CCMS News Episode #15 is up! Watch it here!
Watch CCHS News Episode #14 here!
Students in Mr. Robert McDaniel's 4th grade class at AES are using articles from Clinton County News to learn about main idea.
Students from Southern Kentucky Early College & Career Academy recently enjoyed a visit to Somerset Community College.
ECC celebrated 100% attendance today with Dilly Bars from Albany Dairy Queen!
Southern Kentucky Early College and Career Academy (SOKY ECCA) students recently had the opportunity to visit Tarter Farm & Ranch Equipment.
Congratulations to the November Bulldog Card winners at ECC!!!
If you would like more information about how you can be involved in your child's education, please contact your child's school or Title I Parent Liaison Brittany Talbott.
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