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,
Parent Teacher Conferences
This is a message from our Dallas County Schools. First quarter has already ended and it is time for parent teacher conferences. Conferences are scheduled for Thursday, October 27 beginning at 9 a.m. The buildings will be closed for one hour for lunch from noon to 1 p.m. and again for dinner from 5 to 6 p.m.
All Mallory Elementary teachers have sent home with students a form to schedule conference appointments. Parents choose three preferences and send it back. The teachers send another note home with the student confirming the time. These forms have already been sent home. If you have not received one, you should contact your child's teacher.
At Buffalo Prairie Middle School, 7th and 8th grade teachers will be located in the gym. 5th and 6th grade teachers will be located in their classrooms. You do not need to make a special appointment. Please come at your convenience.
Buffalo High School teachers will be located in their classrooms. You do not need to make a special appointment unless your students teacher has already made arrangements with you. Please come at your convenience.
The teachers at the Dallas County Technical Center will also be available at these times to meet with parents at their convenience. No appointment is necessary.
Finally, there will be no school the following day, Friday, October 28. We look forward to seeing you at parent teacher conferences. Thank you for your allowing us to serve your child.
No Schoool Thursday and Friday, October 27-28
There will be no school in Dallas County Schools Thursday, October 27 and Friday, October 28 due to Parent Teacher Conferences on Thursday and a vacation day on Friday.
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Dallas County Technical Center
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).
DCTC SkillsUSA State Winners Head to Nationals
This spring 40 students and 5 advisors from DCTC traveled to State Contest with over 2200 students and advisors attended the event in written, Skill, Leadership and Occupational categories. Students brought home 4 gold medals, 3 silver and 2 bronze. The following students will participate in Skills National Contests this summer June 20-24:
Makayla Smith (Weaubleau) and Julia Hodge (Wheatland) for Out Standing Chapter Book, Gold. Rachelle Sanders (Fair Play) Pin Design, Gold. Mollie Maddiux (Buffalo) Employment Application Process, Gold.
Silver and Bronze winners:
Rachelle Sanders (Fair Play) Customer Service, Silver. Shanteal Wicklund (Fair Play) Photography, Silver. Bethany Fife (Hermitage) Professional Development Program, Silver. August Shields (Wheatland) Pin Design, Bronze. Haley Gronniger (Buffalo) Nurse Assisting Tech Info, Bronze.
There were several other solid top 10’s in Welding, Nurse Assisting, Screen Printing, T-Shirt Design, Photography and Courtesy Coups Competition.