The Dallas County Technical Center is located at 33 Vo Tech Road in Louisburg, Missouri. Students from Buffalo, Skyline, Hermitage, Wheatland, Weaubleau, Humansville, Fair Play and Halfway Schools participate in Career and Technical Programs which include Auto Mechanics, Collision Repair Technology, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice, Graphic Arts, Health Science, and Welding,
Welding Students Fabricate Square Bale Feeders
Two welding students in Mr. Newman's welding program show the square bale feeders they have made.
Welding Students Fabricate Frame
Welding students worked to fabricate a steel frame for the SkillsUSA Christmas parade float. The parade will be Saturday, December 10 in Buffalo.
We would like parents to complete a short parent survey. The survey has been sent by email to parents with an email address in our student information system. If you did not receive an email, you can use the link below to access the survey. Please complete the survey by Monday, December 12. If you need a paper copy of the survey, you can pick up and return one to your child's school office.
21st CCLC Parent Education
The welding night class at the Dallas County Technical Center is learning how to weld with the GMAW welding process and learn how to work as a group from a set of detailed plans while fabricating a product that can be used in the farming industry. This parent education class is funded by the 21st CCLC grant.
DCTC Students Visit Ranken Tech
Auto Tech students visited Ranken Technical College last week, touring the college and learning about the technical programs offered. The students were accompanied by their instructor, Mr. Kramer and Resource Coordinator, Mrs. Kramer. They also toured State Tech College, in Linn, MO.
Graphic Arts Newsletter
The Graphic Arts Department has a fall newsletter to share. Click this link to read.
Mark Your Calendars!!
Mark your calendars!! Click Here to view the 2016-2017 School Calendar.
Dallas County Technical Center
Dallas County Technical Center SkillsUSA Officers '16-'17
Dallas County Technical Center SkillsUSA officers for 2016-2017 were installed recently. SkillsUSA has the motto “preparing for leadership in the world of work” and provides students the opportunity to build teamwork and communication abilities required for today’s workforce.
The AM officers are pictured top left as follows: Kristen Breshears (parliamentarian), Sierra Rutherford (reporter), Whitney Skopec (secretary), Isabell Waltman (president), Pantera Mettler (treasurer), Cierra McDaniel (historian), and Michael Harmon (vice president).
The PM officers include Joshua Wisdom (president), Joshua Hessee (vice president), Mehala Keller (secretary), Cody Corlew (treasurer), Austin Miller (parliamentarian), Lochlainn Derks (reporter), and Chris Pierce (historian).
Improvements and Changes Occur at D.C.T.C. for ’16 – ‘17
New Program Added
Based on stakeholder input, a new program has been added to Dallas County Technical Center starting this year. The program is called Criminal Justice and is being taught by retired police officer Mr. Michael Castrodale.
New Health Occ. Teachers
The Health Occupations program has new instructors in both the first and second year sections. Health Occupations I will be taught by Mrs. Melanie Ryan, RN while Health Occupations II is being instructed by Mrs. Kari Bliss, RN.
New Tech. Center Sign
Meanwhile, the appearance of the facility has been improved by a new sign on the intersection of Vo-Tech Road and Highway 64 (pictured top left).