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Students for the
1st 9 weeks.


Donna Chrestman, RN - Health Science Instructor
CTC-West's NovemberTeacher of the Month

"My teacher is outstanding because teaching starts with a passion for something and Ms. Chrestman's passion is shown in health sciences. I love that she can get to our level and teach us in ways we can understand."

"She teaches us valuable skills. She encourages us to be the best we can be."

"Mrs. Chrestman is a very nice teacher. She is always there for her students. She needs to be the most outstanding teacher!!!!!!"

  Click here to see all of this year's Outstanding Teachers!


 STUDENTS! Have you had a positive experience with your teacher that has made a difference in your life? Tell us about it and nominate your teacher as Outstanding Teacher of the Month.


CTC-West  Announces Three Winners of the DeSoto County
Foundation for Excellence in Education Grants!

CTC-West is excited to have three recipients of the DeSoto County Foundation for Excellence in Education grants.

Ronnie Elmore (left), instructor of Automotive Service Technology received his grant for "Addressing Abilities with Apple Technologies."

Jason Gresham (right), instructor of Metal Trades Technology was awarded his grant, "Magnet for Unloading Steel Materials."

Kimberly Moshiach (seated), Student Services Coordinator won with her grant, "Learning that Works."

CTC-West would like to thank these teachers for their efforts as well as the Foundation and its sponsors for making these grants possible.


Delta Technical College Awards $1,000 to CTC-West

Delta Technical College held a luncheon for area high school counselors on Friday, October 3. Theresa Oglesby, representing DeSoto County Career Technology Center-West, was the recipient of one of two $1,000 awards that were selected by random drawing during the luncheon.

Topics covered at the luncheon included their $10,000 student grant contest, their collaboration with the Mike Rowe Works Foundation, and how to encourage students to learn a trade.