In the News: April 16-22, 2016

OTC preschoolers to learn where food comes from Thursday, April 21 KSMU OTC Table Rock instructor earns Governor’s Award Thursday, April 21 Hometown Daily News Richland School Board elects officers Wednesday, April 20 Pulaski County Mirror Carley Smith receives McKown…

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In the News: April 8-15, 2016

OTC students excel at Missouri SkillsUSA competition Wednesday, April 13 Springfield News-Leader Irish harpist to perform at OTC Table Rock Wednesday, April 13 Hometown Daily News Major expansion project underway at OTC Table Rock Tuesday, April 12 Ozarks First OTC…

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In the News: April 1-7, 2016

Next Drury University president may be paid close to $300K Wednesday, April 6 Springfield News-Leader Drury among partners selected for $1.3 million Northwest Project grant Tuesday, April 5 Drury Newsroom 'Our Kids' and poverty: Author Robert Putnam to discuss local…

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In the News: March 25-31, 2016

Politically Speaking: Rep. Haahr expounds on expanding Uber — and what's to come in the legislature Thursday, March 31 St. Louis Public Radio COC art exhibit coming in April Wednesday, March 30 Bolivar Herald-Free Press Seven seek R-II seats Wednesday,…

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Health Science Student Puts Learned Skills To Work In Emergency

Health science student puts learned skills to work in emergency

It’s a good thing that Delilah DeRosa paid close attention when the subject of seizure care was discussed in her OTC Career Center Health Science class.

Not long after that section of the class was discussed, Delilah had to put her knowledge to use helping a student back at her high school after he suffered a seizure during class.

Delilah is a junior in the OTC Career Center. The Career Center allows high school students to take classes in technical education for half a day at OTC and spend half of the day in classes at their home high school.

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