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About Us

Currently, the CTE Department is comprised of 10 teachers and support staff at Lawrence County Technology and Career Center (LCTCC) and four teachers at the feeder schools. LCTCC is very fortunate to have a very talented and caring group of professionals who are focused on helping students make a successful transition from high school to the world of work, and/or continue their education through the military, technical school, two year community college or university.


We are proud of our students' successes in CTE and welcome the public to come tour our programs. In addition, all of our programs have an advisory committee that is comprised of business, industry, and community members who help advise the faculty and staff on how best to prepare our students for the workforce or college.

The Vision of the Lawrence County Technology and Career Center is to produce a world-class workforce by providing leadership, technological training, and skills needed for our students, businesses, and communities to grow and prosper.
The Mission of Lawrence County Technology and Career Center is to provide a safe and positive environment where individuals receive challenging academic and technological instruction that will build occupational and citizenship skills, which in turn will allow them to develop and maintain successful careers.
Achievement. Advancement. Accountability.




The Lawrence County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability in the provision of educational programs and services or employment opportunities and benefits. Ms. Lakesia Bryant is the Title IX coordinator and Section 504 Coordinator. Ms. Bryant can be reached at 346 Thomas E. Jolly Drive, Monticello, MS 39654, Phone: 601-587-2506.