Greene Days are for sophomores interested in
attending the Greene County Career Center. Students will visit
two programs while attending a Greene Day. Sign and have your high school counselor fax the registration form registration form to Mrs. Baughn. Students
wanting to visit who do not attend one of the Greene County public schools need to contact Mrs. Baughn at email@example.com.
Greene Days will occur on February 11, March 11 April 8 and May 1.
The team of Ethan Pitzer, Destiny Anderson, Alyson Martinez and Jordan Gerhardt took second at the FFA District Forestry Career Development Event at Hocking College. The team also placed 28th in the state CDE while Ethan Pitzer was 10th in the online examination.
The team of McKenzie Brown, Mikal Porter, Nicole Hackman and Emma Horney placed sixth in the team event at the recent Ohio FFA Region 9 Soils Career Development Event. Individually, Brown placed fourth and advanced to the state competition while Porter was 44th, Hackman 46th and Horney 84th.
Junior and senior Natural Resource Technology students spent two days volunteering in Fairborn as they spruced up the city's 9-11 Memorial. The site is located at the National Center for Medical Readiness at Clamityville on State Route 235. The event was covered by Gabby Enright on behalf of Newscenter 7.
Our high school Criminal Justice students were treated to a demonstration by Greene County Sheriff's Deputy Roy and his handler, Deputy Funk, as the pair showed how a K9 team works.
The GCCC Board of Education approved the hiring of David Deskins as the school's new superintendent. Mr. Deskins will begin his leadership role on August 18. He comes to us from Penta Career Center where he most recently served as director of human resources. Prior to his time at Penta he was superintendent for Archbold Local Schools.
Recent graduate Colten Combs placed third in the Industrial Motor Controls event at the recent SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference in Kansas City, Missouri. Combs was honored at the July meeting of the Board of Education. Also present were State Representative Bob Hackett and State Representative Rick Perales.