Ohio House of Representatives member Bill Dean from Xenia toured the Career Center Thursday and saw demonstrations from our career-technical students. In the Welding and Metal Fabrication lab, junior Jonathan Hunter from Xenia High School demonstrated his program's new simulator.
Greene County Career Center hosted the Fairborn Rotary Club for their regular weekly meeting. In addition to hearing an overview of Career Center programs and services from Superintendent David Deskins, the group enjoyed a presentation from the Equine Science program. Teacher Jessamyn Rice and students Michael Lakin, Kacie Wise, Taylor Cutlip and Paige Trainer brought horses from the school’s Agricultural Research Center for some hands-on experiences.
Greene County Career Center's Cosmetology program will be hosting a Cut-a-thon on Monday September 26 from 12-6 p.m. in SALON VERDE. The event will raise money for Brantley Valiton, who will be three years old on September 26. Brantley was born with unilateral reflux and renal dysplasia and needs a kidney transplant.Brantley’s parents are Jennifer and Ben Valiton of Beavercreek. Jennifer is a 2005 graduate and Ben is a 2003 graduate from BCHS.
Hannah Jefferies, a Fairborn Digital Academy student and GRADS participant, won first place in the Discover Parenting Photo Exhibit sponsored by United Services for Effective Parenting of Ohio. The photo was part of a class project discussing how to keep children save. The winning photos are displayed throughout Columbus and will go to the National Association of Women Highway Safety Leaders in Seattle, Washington.
Our Parent Volunteer Organization is accepting donations of school supplies to help students in need. For more information, see the attached flyer or email email@example.com.
Our on-line application for students seeking acceptance for the 2017-18 school year will be posted on November 30, 2016.