Would you like a healthy, convenient dinner option that supports our own Child Development Center? Then try out the new SCC Dash & Dine program! The deadline to order is Friday, October 24. Details can be found at stchas.edu/dashanddine.
Scary Movie Marathon is returning to SCC Oct. 27-30. A different movie will be shown each night, and guest speakers will precede each movie. Movies will be shown at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Daniel J. Conoyer Social Sciences Building, with guest lectures starting at 6:30 p.m. For a full listing of movies visit stchas.edu/calendar.
Throughout the fall semester, when you spend $5 or more at the Café-Bookstore or Scooter's Place you will get a "Scooter Token." Students can redeem their tokens for a pack of three donut holes, a cookie or a 16 oz. fountain drink/refill. The current items are offered until Nov. 7 or while supplies last.
SCC's Leadership & Strategy Speaker Series, 2014 will end with Art Snarzyk on Tuesday, Nov. 4. The event will begin at 7:30 a.m. with registration, networking and continental breakfast. The presentation will begin at 8 a.m. The lecture will be held in SCC’s College Center rotunda.
The healthy stress management group will meet at noon Monday, Oct. 20, in the Administration Building, Room 1242.
Join the Developing Healthy Boundaries Connection Group to become empowered to say "yes" and "no" while remaining true to yourself. The event takes place at noon Tuesday, Oct. 21, in the Administration Building, Room 1242.
On Oct. 24, immigrants from all over the world will participate in a naturalization ceremony and become American citizens in the FAB theater. SCC president, Dr. Chesbrough, will make the opening remarks at 11 a.m.
Listen to local talent at SCC Idol at 7 p.m. on Oct. 24 in the SSB auditorium. General admission is $5, while children 5 and under and SCC students with a college ID receive free admission. Tickets will be on sale at the door the night of the event (cash only).
Get out and listen in on what's been happening with SCC's music program, which is made up of college students and faculty, community residents and high school students. The Faculty Recital is at 3 p.m. on Oct. 26 in the FAB theater and the Student Music Recital is at noon on Oct. 29 in FAB 118.
SCC is having an all-day poster sale Oct. 27-31 in the SSB lounge.
The last Test Anxiety Connection Group of the semester will meet at noon on Oct. 27 in ADM 1242. The connection group offers strategies for reducing test anxiety.
Discuss Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children with SCC's Between the Covers Book Club at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 29 in the LRC Information Commons.
The deadline for Foundation mini-grant applications is just around the corner on Friday, Oct. 31. The Foundation board has made $15,000 available to fund faculty and staff mini-grants.
Congratulations to Lisa Stoner, professor of Psychology, who has been selected as SCC’s nominee for the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award. Lisa’s dedication to a student centered classroom and her high student-success rates make her a wonderful representative of what we are about here at SCC.
Way to go, Todd Galbierz! Todd, vice president for Administrative Services, has been selected for Streetscape Magazine’s 2014 Beyond the Best Award.
SCC to host Ferguson panel discussion, St. Charles County Suburban Journal (Oct. 8)
Free high school equivalency classes offered, St. Charles County Suburban Journal (Sept. 24)
County, community college break ground for new park, St. Charles County Suburban Journal (Sept. 3)
Check out the latest posts from our SCC bloggers:
"Fall Sweets and Treats" by Amber Peterson, marketing specialist (Oct. 13): Amber shares recipes that are good to bake in the fall.
"Jumping the Apple Ship!" by Andrea Compton, associate professor (Oct. 7): Andrea explains why she switched from an iPhone to an Android.
"What Does Fall Mean to You?" by Amber Peterson, marketing specialist (Oct. 7): Amber shares what fall means to her and why the pumpkin patch at Rombachs Farm is such a special place.
"Hello Fall!" by Dan Porter, grounds supervisor (Oct. 3): Dan shares information on the new walking trail and disc golf course coming to SCC.
"Leadership and Strategy Speaker Series Event on Oct. 7: Adam Herman" by Peggy Schreiner, Friends & Alumni coordinator (Oct. 3): Peggy shares information on SCC's speaker series.
"Storybook Walk Now Part of SCC Campus Walking Paths" by Peggy Schreiner (Oct. 2): Peggy shares information on the new Storybook Walk on SCC's campus.
"Reflections at Three Years" by Ron Chesbrough, president of SCC (Oct. 2): Ron looks back on his first three years at SCC.
"Phi Beta Lambda October Updates" by Maria, SCC student (Oct. 1): Maria recaps September's Phi Beta Lambda events and shares updates for the month of October.
"From a Recovering Hypocrite" by Christie Jackson, mental health counselor at SCC (Oct. 1): Christie shares a personal story and how it changed her life forever.
The SCCoop is a bi-weekly calendar of events and campus update for employees of St. Charles Community College. To add something to the next issue, contact Amber Peterson, marketing specialist, at x8275 or email email@example.com.
Deadline to submit items for the Nov. 3 issue is Wednesday, Oct. 29.