Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 13. Please schedule an appointment by clicking on our on-line registration link. All parents are encouraged to schedule conferences in order to be kept abreast of their student's progress.
GCCC will host family members of current students who are veterans of our armed services or active military personnel for a Veterans Day Lunch on Monday, Nov. 11. You can visit during your student's lunch period. These run at various shifts between 10:20 a.m. and noon. For more information, call GCCC at 372-6941 or message us on Facebook.
“The news that two of our students were involved in this terrible accident is an incredible loss to our entire school community, and we join their family, friends and loved ones in mourning them. All of us are deeply saddened by this news, and we have mobilized resources to support our students, faculty and staff, and have arranged to have counselors onsite Thursday and Friday to help them process their grief.” - Dave Deskins, Superintendent, Greene County Career Center
Greene County Career Center celebrated the hanging of the final high beam on the new facility during the traditional topping out ceremony on Oct. 3. Speakers included Superintendent David Deskins, board member Gail Martindale, Xenia Mayor Sarah Mays, State Senator Bob Hackett and former Ohio Governor Bob Taft.
Congratulations to our FFA Chapter at Greeneview High School and advisor Doug Wickline for taking first place at the Jamestown Bean Festival parade competition.
Ground Breaking ceremony at Lewis A. Jackson Regional Airport celebration construction of facility to house Aircraft Maintenance program. The 7,500 square foot facility is being designed by Brandstetter Carroll, Inc. with construction by Brumbaugh Construction. Inc. The project will provide career opportunities in the aviation industry including Airframe Mechanic certification with pathways to Power Plant mechanic certification.
Premier Health Partners' Care Flight crew visited GCCC this morning to update of our students on medical careers and trends in emergency health care. Hands-on experiences work best for GCCC students as they line up their career pathways. Thanks to the Care Flight crew for taking time out for our students!
Greene County Career Center’s adult Peace Office Basic Training held it’s spring graduation ceremony. Cadets who completed the program are ready to take the Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy (OPOTA) certification test. Passage of the written and physical fitness exams allow them to be hired at any law enforcement agency in Ohio. The following will be taking the OPOTA certification test: Justin Bennett, Austin Blevins, Chrystal Bowers, Alec Denker, Andrew Dyer, Nathaniel Fasick, Tanner Green, Kevin Grime,s Kayla Gudgell, Eric Handorf, Everett Harding, Riley Hensley, Auston Hottinger, Jansen Kyer, Joseph LeVangie, Jordan Little, Daniel Rogers, Sarah Rose, Shania Thompson, Luke Veldman, Garrett Vlcek, Matthew Wheeldon and Anthony Wynn.
Career X teacher Lori Smith was recognized as the recipient of the Franklin B Walter Award winner for Ohio State Support Team Region 10. The Franklin B. Walter award is given to an educator or team from each of the 16 State Support Teams in Ohio who have made extraordinary contributions to the education of students with disabilities. This award is given in honor of the late Franklin B Walter, Superintendent of Public Instruction from 1977 until 1991, a post held longer than any other state superintendent in Ohio’s history. With over 50 years of service as a teacher and administrator, Dr. Walter’s leadership is evident in many of Ohio’s quality educational initiatives and programs. Among these is the development of the nation’s first statewide plan for children with disabilities. #greenecountycareercenter #buildingtheworkforce
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