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College Program Provides Introduction To UAV Training

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(CONCORDIA, KS) – The Wind Energy Department of Cloud County Community College (CCCC) recently held a two-day, 12-hour “Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Community Enrichment” class June 15-16 in Concordia. The class gave anyone in the community interested in enrolling for the course the opportunity to get hands-on experience flying, configuring, and taking photos with the UAVs as well ...

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Emergency Medical Responder Class Planned in Waterville

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An Emergency Medical Responder class is being planned in Waterville, KS, beginning Monday, August 17, 2015. Classes will be held Monday & Thursday evenings from 6-10 p.m. and every other Saturday 8 a.m.-3 p.m. The class will finish in late October. Instructor will be Caroline Scoville, EMT, Instructor/Coordinator. Successful completion of this class & will allow the EMR to work ...

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The Bulldog Report – April 27, 2015

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Lauren Hawkinson hosts this week’s edition of The Bulldog Report. Hear her reaction to the book they read in Mr. Cook’s advanced composition class, her comments on real-world applications in Mrs. Houtz’s physiology class, and she’ll explain what YOGOWYPI stands for.

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The Bulldog Report – April 20, 2015

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Caleb Richardson, a junior at Marysville High School, hosts this week’s edition of The Bulldog Report. He describes a cool experiment they did in Mrs. Wahl’s chemistry class, talks about the highlights from the band’s trip to Chicago, and weighs in on reading Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town.” Sami Bartels, a 7th grader at MJHS, gives an update on Ms. Massoth’s ...

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Certified Nurse Aide Class Forming In Washington

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(CONCORDIA) – Cloud County Community College is offering a Certified Nurse Aide Class beginning April 13, 2015 at Centennial Homestead in Washington, KS. Certified Nurse Aides are in demand. Become a part of the challenging world of health care. This course will prepare the students for care of the ill, disabled, or elderly person in the nursing home or hospital ...

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The Bulldog Report – March 16, 2015

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Members of the junior class at Marysville High School — Hadley Schotte, Jake Hill, Grace Luebcke, and Aubrie Peschel — share insights into the teaching and learning that’s occurring at the school. They talk about reading plays in Junior English, learning about the nervous system in physiology, studying World War II in American History, and all that’s going on in ...

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The Bulldog Report – March 9, 2015

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Megan Skeen and Austin Prinkki, both seniors at Marysville High School, host this week’s edition of The Bulldog Report. Austin discusses learning about waves and pendulums in Mrs. Wahl’s physics class. Megan Skeen talks about Mrs. Hynek’s business classes. She explains the motivational posters they are creating, some special videos they are designing, and explains what they do in the ...

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The Bulldog Report – March 2nd, 2015

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Michaela Forst and Jack Blumer host this week’s edition of The Bulldog Report; both are freshmen at Marysville High School. They explain what they’re studying in Ms. Prockish’s English class, what activities are happening in Mrs. Hynek’s graphic design class, and they spend time talking about the arts at MHS. The forensics squad, piano classes, choirs, and art classes are ...

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The Bulldog Report – Feb. 23rd, 2015

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This week’s edition of The Bulldog Report is hosted by sophomores at Marysville High School: Kali Crome and Adam Lindhorst. Hear them talk about how they learn about DNA with bananas in Mrs. Houtz’s biology class, what they’ve learned about the Industrial Revolution in Mr. Heyd’s world history class, and all that’s going on in Ms. Wolfe’s speech class.

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