Spring Open House / College & Career Fair

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Dine at the Tucker Bistro!

We look forward to serving you!

The menu features breakfast fare all day, as well as lunch offerings, including weekly soup and dessert specials.

The Tucker Bistro is open Wednesday-Friday, 9:30 AM - 2 PM.

The Bistro also can host private parties and business meetings any day of the week (even on days when it isn’t open to the public). For such events, the staff can also cater to special requests beyond the standard menu. Call the Bistro, 664-9091, ext. 121, to schedule your event.

Watch for announcements for special upcoming events!

Click here to see the Tucker Bistro Menu
 

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College and Career Fair / Open House is today! (3/5)

Posted on Mar. 04 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
Dozens of area schools, businesses and organizations will be on hand at Tucker Career and Technology Center's College and Career Fair and Open House on Thursday, March 5. 

>> Are you a high school student considering the outstanding opportunities that our career and technical programs offer?

>> Or are you a high school student or non-traditional student trying to find the best fit for your post-secondary education?

>> Maybe you're a high school senior who needs help to finish up your FAFSA.

>> Perhaps you're on the hunt for a new job or new career field.

>> Or maybe you're just a interested in finding out more about how TCTC's programs can impact our community when it comes to job certification and economic development. 

This free event is a great opportunity for all Grant County students, families, and other community members to explore what TCTC has to offer, and  to get a chance to speak with representatives from a number of businesses and post-secondary schools from around the area. Our partners at Project Leadership will also be conducting the last FAFSA lab of the year right here!

TCTC offers students the opportunity to earn advanced college credits and industry-based certifications, and also facilitates internships and assists students with their post-secondary planning. Our programs include culinary arts, early childhood education, visual arts, health careers, construction and drafting, public safety, auto tech and collision repair, and more.

If you want to learn more, we hope to see you at our College and Career Fair and Open House from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 5.

Here's a look at the organizations set to be at TCTC for the event:

Businesses/Organizations

Schools

Tucker Career and Technology Center

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Closure pushes last student day back to May 26

Posted on Mar. 03 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
Due to the cancellation of classes on March 3 because of ice, the last day for students will now be on Tuesday, May 26. Please make a note on your calendars!

(Monday, May 25, is Memorial Day, so there will be no classes that day.)

This is the fifth make-up day added to the year due to weather-related closures. Any more cancellations will result in more days being added to the end of the school year. We will continue to advise families if more make-up days are needed.

Great opportunity coming up for seniors: Be Safe, Stay Smart workshop

Posted on Feb. 25 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
We are excited to be able to promote a local safety workshop being offered to Grant County seniors and college students: Be Smart, Stay Safe. 

This free workshop will focus on self defense and awareness, directed especially at students who are or will soon be on college campuses.

>> Click here to learn more!

Homework Hotline offers help with math, science

Click the picture below for more information!