Raegina Dacy Scott, a Webster County resident employed at Madisonville Community
College (MCC), joined others in volunteering at the 21st Century Capstone Learning
Center recently at Webster County High School. The program offers tutoring and homework
assistance followed by enrichment activities such as Art, Music, Robotics, Photography,
Coding, Sports, Cooking, Board/Card Games, Chess, and Crafts. Raegina is the Executive
Administrative Assistant in the President s Office at MCC.
The 21st Century Capstone Learning Center is a grant funded program designed to strengthen
the learning structures that support student academic improvement in core content
areas and promote a successful transition to college and/or careers. The staff and
volunteers work to enhance the overall learning experience and reduce non-cognitive
barriers for Webster County High School students through high interest, non-traditional
21st Century/STEM activities, leadership, artistic and cultural enrichment opportunities.
The Capstone Learning Center is open Monday through Thursday from 3-5 p.m.
For more information about volunteer opportunities at the 21st Century Capstone Learning
Center, contact Rachel Heath at 270.639.0179.