TCTC Grant

TCTC receives $1500 grant


The Tennessee Valley Authority, in partnership with Bicentennial Volunteers Inc., a TVA retiree organization, is awarding $1 million in grants to educators in public schools to develop science, technology, engineering, and math education projects across the Tennessee Valley.


The competitive STEM classroom grant program is operated in partnership with the Tennessee STEM Innovation Network, managed by the Battelle organization. The program received 458 grant applications this year, and 238 were selected for funding. This year, the program will support about 136,000 students across seven states with hands-on STEM activities.


Mississippi schools awarded the Grant:


Amory Career and Technical

Belmont High School

Choctaw County High School

Corinth Elementary School

Corinth Middle School

Fairview Attendance Center

Mantachie Elementary School

Myrtle Attendance Center

Neshoba Central Middle School

Oxford High School

RH Long Booneville Middle School

Starkville Academy



Tippah Career and Technology Center (TCTC) was awarded $1500 to the Law and Public Safety Program for a virtual Fire Extinguisher Course that will OSHA certify students in the proper use of Fire Extinguishers.

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