National officer Cole Fallis and Ohio southwest region officer Colten Combs visited Washington D.C. to attend a national officer training conference and to meet with national legislators on behalf of Greene County Career Center and career-technical education.
The Business Professionals of America regional competitoin was held at Upper Valley Career Center and Greene County Career Center Information Technology and International Business and Finance students came away with plenty of trophies.
FFA members from all Greene County Career Center agriculture cluster programs and foundations classes celebrated FFA week with gusto. The week included a series of proclamations from various communities and a visit from Steven Brockshus, National FFA Central Region Vice President.
Our Adult Workforce Education Basic Peace Officer Academy will hold its graduation ceremony for clas BAS 13-087 on Valentine's Day in the school cafeteria. Twenty class members will earn their diplomas and be prepared to take the certification test to become police officers in Ohio. Chief David Miller of the Grandview Medical Center Police Department will serve as keynote speaker.
Members of our DECA Chapter at Beavercreek High School competed at the recent District Career Development Conference. Ten of the 19 advance to the Ohio DECA Career Development Conference to be held in Columbus on March 14-15