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Education Briefs

Veterans Day breakfast

Cleveland and Woodleaf elementary schools will host a Veterans Day breakfast to honor past and present veterans and their families. Cleveland Elementary will hold its breakfast at 8 a.m. Nov. 8 in the school media center. Woodleaf Elementary will hold its breakfast at 9 a.m. Nov. 9. Reserve a space by Friday by calling the individual school offices.

Catawba College announces upcoming continuing education offerings

Registration is now open for continuing education programs at Catawba College.

A notary certification class will be offered Tuesday, Registration is available online at www.catawba.edu/ceu.

Planned program offerings for January include notary, e-notary, real estate CE and medical code training beginning Jan. 8. For more information, contact Jan Corriher-Smith at jecorrih@catawba.edu or 704-637-4421.

DCCC offers open house

Davidson County Community College will host an open house Tuesday, Nov. 7. The event will take place in the Mendenhall building on the Davidson Campus. Participants can visit anytime between 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. to speak with admissions representatives, take a campus tour, meet faculty and learn about the over 40 programs offered by the college.

Attendees needing more information about the application process and financial aid will be able to meet with the appropriate departments and gain clarification of required processes.

Davidson County Community College serves students from a variety of backgrounds, from recent high school graduates to adults seeking career advancement or transition. Some students attend and choose to focus on an immediate career path, earning a career technical Associate’s degree or other credential. While others opt to pursue a college transfer degree, earning college credits or an Associate’s degree that transfers to a four-year college or university. DCCC also offers several high school programs that allow current high school students to earn college credits and even degrees before graduation.

To learn more and register for Open House, visit DavidsonCCC.edu/OpenHouse.

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