Dr. Andrew Underwood, superintendent of Belton School District #124, was among dozens of Cass County civic, business and education leaders who attended Breakfast with MCC, a recent briefing for the Belton community about MCC-Cass County‘s class offerings.
Dr. Underwood delivered brief remarks at the event, which was held at the Belton High School complex. Other speakers included MCC-Longview president, Dr. Fred Grogan, and MCC-Cass County project director, Tammie May.
Click here to read an article that ran in the Cass County Democrat Missourian after the event.
MCC-Cass County launched in the spring 2012 semester with six class offerings held in the evenings at the Belton High School Freshman Center. Two classes were offered over the summer. For the fall semester, eight classes will be delivered at the location, a 33% increase over last spring’s offerings.