Our Health Science Academy and Veterinary Science programs were joined by Project Lead the Way, our engineering pathway at Xenia High School, at the Ohio School Boards Association Student Achievement Fair in Columbus.
Staff and students representing a wide range of GCCC programs were at the October Board of Education Meeting to present the proceeds from the Cuts for Cainan cut-a-thon to the Craun family.
Members of the FFA chapters at Cedarville and Greeneview High Schools recently participated in the State Forestry and Soils Contests and came away with excellent finishes.
Students in the Marketing Management program at Beavercreek High School recently competed in the District 4 DECA Fall Leadership Conference and came away with 13 trophies. Click through to see who won!
Cosmetology is leading the effort to hold a benefit for Cainan Craun, a 3-year-old boy battling leukemia. His parents are Gina and Patrick Craun. Gina is a teacher with Beavercreek schools. The event will be held Monday, October 14 from 3-6 p.m. in Salon Verde. A $15 donation will provide a shampoo by a junior Cosmetology student, a professional cut by local stylists donating their time, and a blow dry/style by our senior students.
Members of Mrs. Marshburn's American Literature class have displayed projects at the Greene County Public Library in Xenia. The class is studying literature that has been turned into a movie. They were asked to summarize the comparison in a poster. The posters are on display at the main library location.
A group of visitors affiliated with the Kake Educational Institute of Okayama, Japan visited Greene County Career Center on August 26. The group was hosted by the International Business and Finance program.
Welding and Metal Fabrications seniors Cole Fallis of Xenia has been elected to a national officer position with SkillsUSA. Fallis will represent Region 3 as its Vice President. Region 3 covers Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky.
Ohio State University President Dr. E. Gordon Gee spent the morning at the Agricultural Research Center learning about GCCC's agriculture programs plus the schools partnerships with LG Seeds, Greene, Inc., and the Greene County Extension Office. Tours were provided by students in our Veterinary Science and Equine Science programs.