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Spring Break for students and teachers will be the week of April 4-8. The front office will open Monday-Thursday April 4-April 7 from 8AM-5PM.
High school students will transition to remote learning on Thursday (1/13/22) and Friday (1/14/22). there is no school for students or teachers on Monday Monday (1/17/22) in recognition of MLK Day.
EmpowerC3 Pathway Information Night:
All Jackson County rising 9th-12th graders: Please join us in the Student Center of the Empower College and Career Center on January 11th from 5:30-7pm. This drop-in event will allow students and parents to learn about pathway options and coursework prior to students registering for classes for the 2022-2023 school year. Representatives will be available to explore all pathways and to determine if a pathway will assist you in achieving your college and career objectives. You will also have the opportunity to tour our facilities. We look forward to seeing you on January 11th from 5:30-7pm.
*There will be signage directing you from the parking lot to the student center.
Happy New Year EmpowerC3 superstars! We are looking forward to the return of our B Day students to campus tomorrow, January 4. We hope you remembered to log in and complete your digital work today.
Pre-K Learns to Make Butter
Short on butter? Our EmpowerC3 Pre-K students can make you a supply! They not only learned how to combine ingredients to make a new product, but they were also able to witness phase change of matter!
Kubota Representative Speaks to Students
Recently at EmpowerC3, our students had the opportunity to hear from Kubota recruiting and training manager Chad Ledford. Mr. Ledford spoke about Kubota's employment options and the abilities that they look for in new workers. Students learned about Kubota's history, which began with the founding of the company by a 19-year-old with metal-casting talents. Students were encouraged to follow their passions and put their newfound abilities to good use in order to improve their quality of life.