You are here
School 

NTCS students enjoy field day

Nancy Taylor: Greene Publishing, Inc. On Thursday, May 11, the students of New Testament Christian School enjoyed their field day.  Around 11 a.m., the Madison County Sheriff’s Office kicked off the activities with two K-9 deputies who brought their dogs and gave the students a demonstration of how the dogs are trained to protect and serve the community. At lunch, the students and faculty enjoyed a cookout, followed by some outdoor games and activities. Games for the afternoon included three-legged races, a jump rope challenge, a balloon toss, an egg…

Read More

NFCC Foundation is currently accepting scholarship applications for fall

Each year the North Florida Community College (NFCC) Foundation helps hundreds of students pay for college. This past term, NFCC awarded 90 scholarships to deserving students and is currently finalizing summer scholarship awards. At the end of its summer term, NFCC will have awarded well over $200,000 in scholarship dollars for the 2016-2017 academic year to support area students. According to NFCC Executive Director of Development and External Affairs Dr. Cheryl S. James, the generous spirit of our community is a true testament to our district’s dedication to education. “The…

Read More
School 

NFCC student travels to Vietnam

Story Submitted Teagan Dunn is a sophomore at North Florida Community College (NFCC) who will graduate in December with her Associates degree. However, before graduating and going on to further her college education, she took advantage of an opportunity to travel to Vietnam with Denise Bell, NFCC Director of Student Services, whose mother is a native of Vietnam. Bell, Bell’s mom, Bell’s older brother, and Dunn departed Jacksonville on Tuesday, March 4 and traveled to Washington, D.C. where they stayed until flying to Vietnam on Thursday, March 6. On their…

Read More
School 

FSU Fulbright Scholar Dr. Hamdi Saleh visits NFCC

Story Submitted Dr. Hamdi A. W. Saleh, a Fulbright Scholar at the Center for Middle East Studies at Florida State University and founder and president of the Arab-African Initiative for Development, joined Live Oak City Councilman Frank Davis (District 4) and Suwannee County Economic Development Director Dr. Alvin Jackson for a visit to North Florida Community College (NFCC) in April. The guests met with NFCC President John Grosskopf, NFCC Executive Director of Development and External Affairs Dr. Cheryl S. James, as well as other campus leaders and faculty. NFCC administrators…

Read More