Fifty-two RRTC students were recently recognized as Outstanding Students by their instructors at the annual school awards ceremony. Outstanding students are:
Automotive Collision: Triston Moore, Gus Wrape, Alex Vanderburg, and James Waggoner
Automotive Service: Garrett Dodson, Jesus Hernandez, Patrick Woody, and Ryan Wooley
Biomedical Science Academy: Alli Spurlock, Kali Treat, Nathan Wright, Rebecca Bailey, and Trey Hunt
Business: Kaitlin Hillin and Heather Pitcock
Computer-Aided Drafting: David Barton, Jessica Jones, Alec Norton, and Jonathan Lindstrom
Carpentry: Dylan Lee, Ryan Becker, and Bryce Johnson
CNC Machining: Dustin Lindsey and Caitlyn Ashford
Cosmetology: Cathleen Haas and Michaela Taylor
Electronics Technology: Liam Johnson, Mitchell Moore, Makenzie Terrell, Kody Arrington, and Nicholas Bollig
Health Careers: Cheyenne Rodriguez, Cheyenne Pope, Amber Tugmon, Hailee Wheatley, Charlcie Parker, Jerron Beck, Kiersten Collins, Kathline Seward, Reagan Julian, and Cheslyn Hesbrook.
Residential Heating and Air Conditioning: Stephanie Mason and Trevor Henderson
Practical Nursing: Ana Gomez, Suzanne Greeson, Charlie Romero, and Saela Sullins
Pre-Engineering Academy: Gavin Banks and Hunter DeVoe
Welding: Braden Edens, Rein Mayo, and Kyler Meadows
The Duncan Noon Lions Club awarded Cosmetology student Mayci Hlavaty and Pre-Engineering Academy student Justin Miller with $1,500.00 after being selected as the Students of the Year. Both Hlavaty and Miller were named Duncan Noon Lions Club Students of the Month during the school year. The scholarship was presented by Lions Club member Joe Henderson during the RRTC Awards Ceremony held May 2.
Biomedical Science Academy student Rebecca Bailey was awarded the first Suiter Family Scholarship at the RRTC Awards Ceremony held May 2. The scholarship, worth $500.00 was presented by former Biomedical Science instructor Edith Suiter on behalf of her family. The scholarship is awarded to an outstanding student in the RRTC Biomedical Science Academy.
***All short-term classes must be paid for by 4:30pm on the first day of class. Accepted payment forms are: cash, check, and credit/debit card. Credit and debit card payments can be made over the phone.
Click here for the 2018-19 Short-Term Courses Catalog
Click here for the full Summer 2019 Short-Term Courses Schedule
See below for a list of Plans of Study for short-term courses.
Enrollment ends: May 29, 2019
Classes begin: June 3, 2019
Classes end: July 25, 2019
Who is eligible?
1. Anyone who is age 16 or older and resides within the boundaries of the following 13 school districts is eligible to enroll:
Bray-Doyle, Central High, Comanche, Duncan, Empire, Grandview, Marlow, Ryan, Temple, Terral, Velma-Alma, Walters and Waurika.
2. Persons residing outside the named districts may also enroll. The tuition rate is increased for non-district residents. Call 580-255-2903 for details.
Applying – Easy as 1-2-3-4
Check the class schedule and select the class you wish to take.
1. Phone (580) 255-2903 or Toll-Free 1-888-607-2446 to enroll.
2. Stop by the Technology Center in person at 3300 West Bois D’Arc in Duncan.
3. Fill out the enrollment form and mail or fax it to the Technology Center.
4. Enroll via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include name, social security number, address, phone number, the class for enrollment, and class date and time (if more than one option).
Tuition and Fees for Short Term Courses:
Tuition is due and payable in full the first day of class. The cost for books, supplies, and materials will vary, depending on class requirements.
Residents outside the Red River Technology Center district will be charged an increased tuition rate.
Click here for Tuition and Fees Information
Tuition will be refunded upon withdrawal from a short-term adult class as follows:
After the 1st class 100% minus a $5 registration fee
After the 2nd class 75%
After the 3rd class 50%
After the 4th class 25%
No refunds will be issued after the 5th class meeting.
No refund will be issued for classes which are 24 hours or less in length. Withdrawal must be done in person or by phone.
All short-term adult education classes require a minimum number of students. A class is subject to cancellation if there is insufficient enrollment. Every effort will be made to notify enrolled students if a scheduled class cannot be held.
Short-term Courses – Plans of Study
Long Term Care
OHCA Scholarship Form
Home Health Deeming
DDMAT or DDMAT Recertification
Certified Medication Aide
Advanced Certified Medication Aide
Continuing Education CMA or MAT
Medication Administration Technician (MAT) & Recertification MAT
Emergency Medical Technician
Advanced Emergency Medical Technician
Emergency Medical Responder
Emergency Medical Responder Recertification
Veterinarian Assistant Aide (Small Animals)
Medical Office Assistant
Physical Therapy Technician Aide
Three RRTC Business and Information Technology students recently placed at the State Business Professionals of America (BPA) competition held March 11-13 in Tulsa.
Representing the RRTC BPA Chapter were:
Kaylynn Self – 6th place in Medical Office Procedures; 7th place in Basic Office Systems and Procedures
Kaitlin Hillin – 4th place in Administrative Support Team; 1st place in Advanced Spreadsheet Applications
Heather Pitcock – 4th place in Administrative Support Team; 7th place in Intermediate Word Processing
Kaitlin Hillin advances the National BPA Contest in Anaheim, CA on May 1-5, 2019.