Thompson takes over as Dean of CTE

  • Tuesday, 27 June 2017 13:45

Mississippi Delta is excited to announce Suzanne Thompson as its Dean of Career-Technical & Adult Education.

Thompson, a Cruger native, attended Cruger-Tchula Academy. She earned both her Bachelor of Science Degree in 1995 and her Master of Science of Instructional Technology in 2004 from Mississippi State University.

She has been a devoted faculty member at MDCC for 18 years teaching Business and Office Technology. Thompson currently lives in Carrollton with her husband and two children. In her free time she enjoys running and reading.

“After 21 years in the career-technical classroom, I am excited to move forward with the great faculty and staff who work here,” said Thompson.

She officially began her new role on June 1.

brick laying photo

MDCC’s Clarence Steelman, who is the instructor for the brick, block and stone masonry program, and three of his students, Matthew Adams, Bruce Filgo and Carmichael Stevenson, presented a demonstration in brick laying at the Pathways2Possibilities Expo at the Washington County Convention Center in Greenville. Pathways2Possibilities is an interactive, hands on career expo designed for 8th graders, but also offers time for at-risk youth ages 16-24. Pictured is Adams teaching a student how to properly lay brick.

For more information about the brick, block, and stone masonry program, click here to visit the program webpage.


Students Harvest Sorghum on Campus Farm

  • Sunday, 03 November 2013 03:03


MDCC's agriculture students harvested sorghum last week at the college farm located south of the Moorhead Campus. Students will press and cook sorghum in the next few days resulting in sorghum syrup or sorghum molasses.

Students enrolled in Fields Crops Technology and Precision Agriculture Technology participated in the harvesting.

The Field Crops Technology Program is designed to provide students with a common core of management skills and additional training related to the production of field crops, weed, insect and plant disease control. The Precision Agriculture Technology program prepares students with a common core of management skills and additional training in advanced technologies pertaining to the agriculture industry.

Individuals interested in enrolling in a career-technical program should contact Mrs. Christi Gregory (Career-Tech Counselor) at 662-246-6408 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For program descriptions, visit