MCCC currently has 2 active COVID-19 cases. Any student that has been identified as a close contact has been notified. Tomorrow, Wednesday January 20, is a remote learning day for all MCCC students. Unless you have been informed of changes to your class schedule, unaffected classes will resume as normal under our hybrid schedule on Thursday, January 21st.
A career in the field of carpentry starts at MCCC. Talk to your guidance counselor today. Online at www.MercerCCC.org.
Have that entrepreneurial spirit? MCCC will start you on the road to launch your own business.
This is a special reminder to everyone that we will return from the holiday break, tomorrow, Monday January 4 on our hybrid schedule. Underclassmen should report on Monday and Tuesday and 2nd and 3rd years report on Thursday and Friday. Everyone will continue to sign in on Canvas on line learning on Wednesdays and the days you are not scheduled for in person classes. We'd also like to remind you that if you have been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for the COVID virus in the past 10 days, should observe a personal quarantine for a full 10 days after your exposure. If you are experiencing a fever, sore throat, cough or other flu-like symptoms, you should remain at home until symptom free for 24 hours without medication, or until after you received a negative covid test. Please continue to check our website and your school email for any updates.
To Our Staff, Students and Families, and Friends - Wishing you Happy Holidays and a Safe, Healthy New Year! ~ MCCC
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Mercer County Career Center will switch to all remote learning for the week of December 21 thru December 23, prior to the start of the holiday break. Students should sign in to Canvas for remote instruction this week, Monday Tuesday and Wednesday before starting your holiday vacation. On January 4th, we will return to our hybrid schedule with 1st year students attending on Monday and Tuesday and 2nd and 3rd year students attending in person classes on Thursday and Friday. All students will continue remote learning on Wednesdays. Again, all students will go on remote learning next week, Monday, December 21 thru Wednesday, December 23. Thank you and have a safe, healthy and happy holiday season.
Mercer County Career Center will switch to all remote learning for the week of December 21 thru December 23, prior to the start of the holiday break. Second year students scheduled to attend the Career Center Thur and Fri this week should report as scheduled. All students should sign in to Canvas for remote instruction next week before the holiday break. On January 4th, we will return to our hybrid schedule with 1st year students attending on Monday and Tuesday and 2nd and 3rd year students attending in person classes on Thursday and Friday. All students will continue remote learning on Wednesdays. Again, all students will go on remote learning next week, December 21 thru December 23. Thank you and have a safe, healthy and happy holiday season.
Congratulations to the MCCC Practical Nursing Class #89. Here is the 2020 graduation ceremony. https://youtu.be/14Lob5urxYo
MCCC will go to all remote learning on Tues. Dec 1st because of the incoming weather system. We will return to our hybrid schedule on Wed. Dec. 2nd with another remote learning day. 2nd and 3rd year students will return to class on Thur and Fri as scheduled. Staff should check your MCCC email for further information.
FUTURE MCCC STUDENTS! Be sure to check out the many opportunities waiting for you at MCCC - the place to build your future! https://youtu.be/tR-JJczIvi4
FUTURE MCCC STUDENTS! Make sure to check out our 2021-2022 Program Guide Listing the many opportunities to prepare for your future: https://5il.co/myx1
How about a great career in the electrical field. Starting in 2021, MCCC will offer a new program--ELECTRICAL OCCUPATIONS!
The Career Center was informed this morning of two additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 affecting individuals who attend the career center. If your student was in close contact with these individuals, you will receive a phone call from the PA Department of Health or a career center administrator to notify you. Students who have been placed in quarantine should log into Canvas and check their MCCC email daily. We will continue to notify you of any updates to the schools’ schedule. In the meantime, continue to watch our website and social media pages for important updates.
MCCC National Technical Honor Society - Toys for Tots 2020 Thank you in advance for your generosity! https://youtu.be/3jsAAw6y_J8
To all of our staff, students and friends who put on the uniform and served our country with honor and duty - Thank You Veterans.
Check out our hot new video commercial! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEXt4p7YhOg
Congratulations again to MCCC 2020 NTHS Inductees. A couple technical glitches and informational errors were corrected from the first version. Our apologies. Here's the link to the new and improved video of the virtual induction ceremony. https://youtu.be/j-jq-9F0cuw
Congratulations to our 2020 National Technical Honor Society Inductees. Your hard work and perseverance is paying off as you prepare skills that will serve you well in your post-graduation years. See our virtual Induction Ceremony after the link: https://youtu.be/BhS8k5oRZZs
Classes at the career center will resume during the week of Monday, November 2nd. However, not all students will return to school on the same day. There will be different starting days for different groups of students who attend the career center. Please check the schedule on our web site at mercerccc.org to determine on what day your student will return to class at the career center. On the days that your student does not report to the career center, he or she will continue to sign into the Canvas Learning System to continue on line training. If you have any questions regarding the hybrid return schedule, you should call the school during regular business hours. Parents are reminded that you should not send your student to school if they are exhibiting cold or flu symptoms or running a fever. Thank you for your cooperation and continue to be safe.