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Canine classes offered on campus

Katie Coseo Published: Sunday, October 5, 2008 Students with wagging tails, hanging tongues and the occasional slobber make one class on the Warrington campus an interesting one. Puppy Kindergarten and Dog Obedience classes are now being offered at the Warrington campus through the Continuing Education program. Each of the classes is divided according to the...


Medical Explorers have first meeting of the year, use new ambulance simulator

Katie Coseo Published: Friday, September 26, 2008 The Medical Explorers are not doctors or mad scientists looking for the new and exciting in medical science, but are high school students from Escambia County who are interested in learning  more about the medical field. The first Medical Explorers meeting was held on the evening of Sept....


Faulty wiring blamed in car fire at Warrington

Katie Coseo Published: Tuesday, September 9, 2008 A car fire broke out at the Warrington Campus outside the Student Center Building at around 10:55 a.m. Sept. 9 before the scheduled 60th anniversary luncheon with Dr. Meadows. Campus police were on the scene before firefighters arrived. Officer Wallace Carter, who is also a student and Warrington...


Warrington campus hosts tobacco intervention, teaches dangers of smoking

Katie Coseo Published: Monday, September 22, 2008 Warrington campus students were given the opportunity to attend a tobacco intervention, Sept. 17, in the Student Affairs building. Sara Harrison, Youth Tobacco Program specialist for West Florida’s Area Health Education Centers (AHEC), held the presentation, which gave tips persuading caregivers to talk to their patients about their...


Dunk a cop

Katie Coseo Published: Monday, September 22, 2008 Students on the Warrington campus will have an opportunity to “dunk a cop,” 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sept. 23, in the parking lot of building 3300. “[The Student Government Association] is going to help support the Bucks for Books Scholarship that’s to aid students who can’t pay...


PJC offers 21-credit hour education program

Shelley Austin Published: Monday, August 25, 2008 More than 100 new teachers have entered the workforce over the past three years thanks to PJC’s Educator Preparation Institute (EPI). Established in 2005, the institute is for people who already have a bachelor’s degree but are not certified to teach in the public schools. Instead of enrolling...