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CCTL Students Published!!
Kaitlyn Barnette

While in college Biology class at MCC, five CCTL graduates discovered and performed experiments on novel bacteriophage genomes. 

They were later published through the National Institutes of Health for their discoveries!  It is quite incredible for undergrad students to have this opportunity. 

Those students were:  Avery Cline, Alyna Camby, Alyssa Moliis, Jaden Moore, and Dante Parkhurst.   

 

Check out the 2020-21 publications:

Bacteriophage BoyNamedSue- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/MW712717

Bacteriophage Dolores- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/MZ681517

Here are all the viruses Mitchell students have found in Iredell county- https://phagesdb.org/institutions/MTCH/

Freshman Edie and her cousin Kaycee
Kaitlyn Barnette

Robert Bartlett, father of freshmen student Edie, took his last flight today after 29 years in the U.S. military. His low-altitude flight in a C-17 over CCTL and MCC occurred at approximately 1:34pm today. He is retiring from the Air Force with the rank of Senior Master Sergeant. He served during the War in Afghanistan, Iraq War, War on Terror, interventions, operations, and special secret missions.

We THANK YOU for your service to our country and for our freedom!

 

Watch video!

Students watch the flyover

 

 

Suicide Prevention Town Hall Date Sept 21, 2021 Time 6-8pm Location South Iredell High School Auditorium
CCTL

 

Every day, on average, 130 people die by suicide in the United States. Suicide is the 12th leading cause of death in North Carolina, but the 3rd leading cause of death for ages 10-24. Join us on September 21, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. at South Iredell High School Auditorium in Statesville to focus on this public health problem. Suicide is preventable. Come learn with us more about the risks and warning signs so we can together encourage those who struggle to seek help.

Hosted by Iredell-Statesville Schools in partnership with Partners Health Management, United Way of Iredell County, and Children's Hope Alliance.

MCC
Kaitlyn Barnette

Mitchell Community College will be holding 2 virtual information sessions for Early College parents this week. 

This will help parents become familiar with Open LMS and Webadvisor.

First session- Wednesday, September 8 from 6-7pm

Second session- Friday, September 10 from 10-11am

Please see the attached flyer or the email you received from Ms. Hutchens on 9/3 for the Zoom links. 

MCC Parent Info Night Flyer