Due to the diligent work of Mrs. Heather Warren, the inaugural Innovative High Schools Models Grant Coordinator; the generous donation of the Carvle Bevis Education Center by the Stan Bevis Family; planning and implementation support from Collinwood City Manager Gary Victory, Collinwood Mayor Glenn Brown, and the City of Collinwood along with Director Rena Purdy of the Wayne County Joint Economic Community Development Board; and the support of Wayne County Technical Education, Wayne County Schools, and Director Marlon Davis, the dream of expanding Wayne County’s career and technical program has become a reality.
Mrs. Warren announced this week that after meeting with Dr. Michelle Koenig (Columbia State Dean for Access, Regional Services, & Southern Campuses) and Sidonna Foust (CSCC Clifton Site Coordinator) that the Bevis Education Center will be hosting two Columbia State courses this fall and two more in the spring. If you’ve always wanted to take that step and go back to school, what’s stopping you? If you don’t have an Associate’s degree, you will likely qualify for Tennessee Reconnect, which is the adult version of Tennessee Promise. You might also be eligible for a Pell grant or other funding.
Anyone interested in enrolling in these CSCC courses or any of the online courses through TCAT Hohenwald and TCAT Crump may message Heather Prater Warren on Facebook for more information.
Fall 2021 Courses:
1) COMP I–High School Dual Enrollment–almost full (Tues/Thurs 8:00 am-9:20 am)
2) SURVEY OF US HIST–Need More Students–Adults and DE Students May Enroll (Monday Night 6:00 pm-9:00 pm)
Spring 2022 Courses (Dates/Times TBD):
1) COMM 2025 (Speech)–Must Have Completed Comp I
2) INTRO TO EDUCATION 201