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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greene Days will occur on February 11, March 11, April 8 and May 1.
Information Technology and International Business and Finance will represent GCCC at the Business Professionals of America state competition March 12-13 in Columbus. The programs showed their skills at the regional competition on Feb. 22 and winners were honored at an awards program at Sidney High School on Feb. 28.
In 2014, social studies teacher Kate Tiffany attended the American Air Museum Summer Residency at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, England. Participating teachers from the U.S. and U.K. took part educational tours and lectures and heard from veterans who experienced war and conflict. She talked about how she is integrating what she learned in England into her daily lesson plans at the January meeting of the Board of Education.
Members of our high school Criminal Justice program discussed their experiences at GCCC during the January meeting of the Fairborn Rotary Club. The event was held in the Greene Room and catered by the Culinary Arts program. .
Xenia's FFA Food Science team recently competed in the District 9 and State Career Development Event. The team consisted of Allison Rapp, Taylor Muterspaw, Mikal Porter, Bret Rader and William Cody. The squad placed second in the district and 15th in Ohio in events held at Felicity Franklin High School and Ohio State University.
Scott Schieber, Vehicle Repair Field Supervisor for Enterprise Holdings, which includes Alamo, Enterprise and National car rental agencies, was on campus to present new lab uniforms to all juniors and seniors enrolled in the Auto Collision Repair program. The donation was funded by the Collision Repair Education Foundation.