• Announcements

    November 27, 2017

    Greene County Career Center Students:
    Did you know car crashes are the leading cause of death for teens nationwide? To bring attention to this epidemic, the Fall Break Seat Belt Challenge is underway among the high schools here in Greene County. So, let’s all work together to lower teen drivers’ fatal crash risk by buckling up when you leave today…both drivers and passengers.

    The Enrichment room (136) is open for tutoring (especially math) and working on Credit Recovery every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:15-4:30 PM. Stay with us for a quiet place to work and get some help (especially math help) as well.

    Reminder to students that the daily announcements are posted the homepage of the Career Center web site. It is on the right hand side of the homepage under the heading “Announcements” and the link is titled “Daily Announcements.”


    All GCCC student must be in uniform.
    First period teachers will begin checking uniforms and IDs.


    Beavercreek Students:
    Attention Those interested in the trip to Spain in June 2018 – You’re in luck! The early bird discount has been extended to January 1, 2018. There is still time to register to join the fun group forming! See Senora McGriff in room 0110 for the info packet to take home. Don’t delay talking to your parents about it. Time is ticking away and you want to register ASAP so you do not miss out on this opportunity!

    Attention! It’s time for Chess Club to start. We will meet after school on Tuesdays from 2:45 to 4:00 in Coach Nartker’s room 1009 in BHS. See you Tuesday after school

    The time of giving has begun – and CIA’s annual Christmas in a Shoebox project, in cooperation with Operation Christmas Child, has also started. Collection boxes are located around the building where donations can be placed. Check with your teachers to see if they are “housing” a box – and look for the signs posted in classrooms and around the building to see the type of items which can be sent. Remember that items must be able to fit in a shoebox! Help put a smile on the face of a child somewhere in the world that may not have much…in fact, they may be placed in the hands of a child who has never received a gift. CIA and those children thank you.

     Bellbrook Students:
    JUNIORS & SENIORS interested in joining Project Charlie please see Mrs. Sumner in the library for application.

    Cedarville Students:
    SCHOLARSHIPS- Seniors check our website for new scholarships.

    The American Legion Buckeye Boys’ State is offering an opportunity for High School Junior boys to spend a week at Miami University where they will learn about the Ohio government. There is also an opportunity for students to earn several different scholarships in this program. For those interested visit https://www.ohiolegion.com/programs/buckeye-boys-state/.

     Fairborn Students:
    Are you into playing Trivia and watching Jeopardy? If so, then joining the FHS Academic Challenge team might be right up your alley. Our team competes with other high schools in the area by answering questions about literature, math, history, science, geography, art, music, theatre, pop culture, philosophy, and world religion. We are organizing a team of individuals who, together with the help of their teammates, can rock the competitive world of academic trivia. We’d love for you to join us. If you are interested, our first meeting will be immediately after school on Tuesday, December 5, in room 221. If you would like additional information, please see Mr. Cordle in room 221. Join our team and show off your knowledge, mental speed, and trivia skills.

    Attention Seniors! The scholarship list is now available outside of the guidance office and on the guidance website. Be sure to pay close attention to deadlines and how to access applications. See your counselor if you have questions.

    Greeneview Students:
    Teen drivers are three times more likely than drivers aged 20 and older to be in a fatal crash. These deaths are preventable. Please buckle up when you leave today!

    Xenia Students:

    Xenia High School is presenting Brad Hurtig – Find A Way. Brad Hurtig grew up a typical student-athlete in a small town in Northwest Ohio. Only days after finishing his sophomore year of high school, a devastating accident resulted in the amputation of both of Brad’s hands. Through hard work and determination, Brad soon rejoined his high school football team. Come and hear Brad Hurtig speak at the Xenia High School on Tuesday, November 28. Buses will be here at 9:25 to take students to this assembly and will return to GCCC at 11:00. You can only attend if you ride the bus.


    Each of our winter sports teams are busy preparing for their upcoming seasons. Games, meets and invitationals will begin in the next few weeks! Please come out and support our teams

    Student Council would like to announce our kick off to our annual baskets for battle campaign. This is a service project that student council does where we make care packages for cancer patients around the Dayton area. This is our 6th year doing baskets for battle and last year we were able to make over 300 baskets! This year we are striving for the same amount, if not more, but this is not possible without your help.We are looking for monetary donations or items we put in the care packages. We appreciate your help!

    XHS/GCCC students: the XHS daily announcements can be found on the XHS webpage!

    Yellow Springs Students:

    Audition workshops for High School Musical have begun and continue throughout the month. Sign-up later today at the theater board so you can be ready!

    The fitness center is now open for students on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:30.