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Simpson County Technical Center students in Health Sciences were given the opportunity to utilize skills they learned in class by performing hearing/vision, and weight/height for Mendenhall and Magee Elementary students.  This opportunity positively impacted our community by instilling the values of responsibility, integrity and service, ensuring students have the knowledge and skills necessary for meaningful employment, post-secondary education, and productive community involvement.  As our nation faces the burden of a shortage of health care workers, SCTC prepares CTE students for future success in health care fields. Brenda White is the Instructor for these classes.

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Students who conducted tests at Mendenhall Elementary:  Pictured (left to right): Yasamine Mackey, Cameron Bramlett, Jaia Clausell, Joslyn Moore, Bayleigh Eubanks, Cameron Bishop and Savanna Chappell.


Students that conducted tests at Magee Elementary pictures back row (left to right), Emily Wicker, Maci Parker, Zoey Feazell, Edmya Turner and Instructor Brenda White.  Front row (left to right): Lydia McGee, Ashley Jackson, and Gracie Rose.


Bayleigh Eubanks gives Mendenhall Elementary student, Brett Kelly his vision screening. is an online news source serving Simpson and surrounding counties as well as the State of Mississippi.


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