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  • Final Pickup-Dropoff Time Set

    For those unable to attend drop-off and pickup days there is one additional opportunity to do so. Tomorrow, Thursday, May 21, from noon-2 p.m. you can turn in laptops, books or other school items and collect career passports and whatever you had left behind. You will also be able to pay fees and collect refunds. Please enter at the high school front office. We ask that you wear masks and practice social distancing. It is our intent to make an announcement regarding our senior recognition ceremony in the coming days.

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  • Alumni Celebration Cancelled

    Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, we are forced to cancel the May 21 alumni celebration at the West Enon Road campus. We apologize to all of our alumni and former staff, but social distancing requirements prohibit large crowds.

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  • End of Year Information Posted

    PARENTS AND STUDENTS! A mailing is on its way that spells out procedures regarding the end of the school year. We have set May 18 and 19 as days for students to pick up personal items and drop off laptops, books, etc. Instructions on how to set up a time are included in the mailing. Also included are instructions for seniors to come by the Greene Room to get a free photo taken in their cap and gown. Pictures will be mailed directly home sometime in June. We also have free Class of 2020 yard signs for our seniors and signs for National Technical Honor Society members! During students' visits to campus, strict social distancing measures will be expected. If you have any questions after receiving the mailing, please call the Career Center.

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  • The May 13, 2020 Board of Education meeting will be held at the regular 5:30 p.m. time. This will be a virtual meeting pursuant to amendments to Ohio's Open Meeting Act contained in HB 197. To view the meeting go to www.facebook.com/GreeneCCC

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  • End of Year Information

    Last week, Governor DeWine announced that this school year will continue with an on-line learning format. GCCC will maintain the current schedule of instruction previously posted. It is imperative that students continue to complete assignments. No new assignments will be made after May 8 and all will be due by May 18. We want to be certain that all students remain on track for graduation. Please make sure your students are continuing to follow the directions and that they complete assignments. A document has been posted below and on our Facebook page that provides guidelines on various issues. Very soon, we will share information on a pick-up and drop-off day for students. Unfortunately, based on the social distancing requirements we must cancel the GCCC prom. Due to state mandates, our May 19 graduation has been cancelled. On Friday, we received information that the Ohio Department of Education is urging only virtual graduation ceremonies. However, we have secured a July 25th date in hopes this can change. When more guidance is provided by the Governor, we will communicate more information. The July 25th ceremony is scheduled for the Nutter Center at 6 p.m.

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  • New Schedule Announced

    As we continue learning through a new remote instructional format we have been gathering feedback from teachers, students, and parents as well as engaging in discussions with other local schools and career centers throughout the state. We have decided to modify our schedule starting April 6 to provide a more sustainable and authentic learning experience for all students. Students will only be given assignments by teachers on specific days. For example, on Mondays a student’s math, social studies, and lab teachers will create assignments for students. On Wednesday there will be no new assignments given but teachers have the opportunity to connect with small groups to provide additional support or to communicate with parents regarding progress. The schedule has been emailed to all students and is posted on the Greene County Career Center website and the school’s Facebook page. If a student has any questions, please feel free to reach out to their teachers for further explanation.

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  • April Board Meeting

    The Greene County Career Center Board of Education will hold its regular monthly meeting virtually on Wednesday, April 8 at 5:30 p.m. It can be seen via Facebook Live at www.facebook.com/GreeneCCC.

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  • Schoology Experiencing Occasional Issues

    Due to heavy traffic, Schoology is having occasional accessibility issues. Students can contact their teachers via email and continue to check the Schoology site. The staff email directory is available here: https://www.greeneccc.com/domain/50

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  • On-Line Learning Extended to May 1

    Governor DeWine has extended on-line learning to May 1. We will provide more information tomorrow. Don't forget about the Facebook Live feed at 4 p.m. on Wednesday. Hang in there students and staff!

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  • Third Quarter Honor Roll Released

    The Honor Roll for the third quarter of the 2019-20 school year has been released. The following students are recognized for outstanding achievement in their career-technical and academic studies. Click through to see the list.

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  • Power Equipment Team Places at Ohio FFA Event

    Seniors Joe Osborne (Beavercreek) and Jason Mahaffey (Cedarville) placed third in the Ohio FFA Career Development Event in the Ag Power Diagnostics competition. They each qualified for $5000 scholarships to the University of Northwestern Ohio! Great job by our Power Equipment Mechanics program and teacher Mike Spahr. #greenecountycareercenter #buildingtheworkforce #CareerTechOhio

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  • BPA Team Advances

    Bryce Simpson (Fairborn), Nathan Craft (Xenia) and Samuel Hayslip (Xenia) recently placed in the top 20 in the virtual webinar presentation category for Business Professionals of America (BPA). The team presented their video, a digital promotion for Dayton Crayons to Classrooms, to a panel of local judges. They have advanced to a round of virtual presentations to a panel of judges from around the country. The top ten teams will then move on to the BPA National Leadership Conference May 6-10 in Washington D.C. Simpson is a senior in the Information Technology program while Craft and Hayslip are seniors in Video and Animation. Those two programs are taught by Richard Kayser and Rick Mack, respectively.

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  • John Wilson Honored by OCRC

    Congratulations to John Wilson for receiving the Excellence in Teaching Diversity Award today from the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. Mr. Wilson was honored on Feb. 27 at COSI in Columbus during the Martin Luther King, Jr. Art, Essay and Multimedia Contest awards ceremony. He was presented his award by Lori Barreras, chair of the OCRC.

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  • HOSA Winners Advance to State

    GCCC had 18 students from the Health Science Academy and Sports and Exercise Science program advance to the HOSA State Leadership Conference in Columbus. Issac Williams, Keirstin Stover, Grace Edwards and Angela Langford all won gold medals at the regional skills competition.

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  • SkillsUSA Medalists Announced

    Greene County Career Center students came away with six gold medals at the recent SkillsUSA regional championships. Placing first in their events were Elly Coe (Cedarville) in advertising design, Spencer Wilson (Xenia) in criminal justice, Richard Kruger (Beavercreek) in industrial motor controls, and the team of John Fraley (Xenia), Elijah Kain (Cedarville) and Kaden Jack (Xenia) in crime scene investigation.

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  • 2020-21 Applications Being Evaluated

    ATTENTION SOPHOMORES AND PARENTS - The first round of applications are still being evaluated at this time. Notifications to applicants are expected to go out before the end of February.

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  • Greene Days Attract Sophomores

    Promoting GCCC programs and services is on-going, especially during Career and Technical Education Month. Today we welcome sophomores to visit during one of our Greene Days. Those interested in applying for next school year or want to further exam their decisions can spend the day in programs of their choice. Ray Fanning from Greeneview spent time today using virtual reality equipment in our Construction Technology program.

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  • Information Technology Shines at BPA Competition

    Greene County Career Center’s Information Technology program will be sending 10 competitors to the upcoming Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference in Columbus thanks to outstanding performances in a variety of skills competitions. The state competition will be held March 12 at the Hyatt Regency. Four individuals earned gold medals at the recent regional competition while one team placed first in their event. Winning their events were Andrew Bonza (Beavercreek) in PC Servicing and Troubleshooting, Tristan Campbell (Fairborn) in Computer Security, Jacob Hyer (Xenia) in Advanced Spreadsheet Applications, Kaden Walker (Beavercreek) in Basic Office Systems and Procedures, and the team of Trevor Rathburn (Fairborn) and Alla’Eldeen Idrees (Xenia) in Network Design.

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  • Second Quarter Honor Roll Announced

    The honor roll for the second quarter of the 2019-20 school year has been announced. The following students are recognized for outstanding achievement in their career-technical and academic studies:

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  • New Logo Unveiled

    Greene County Career Center is not just moving into a new decade, but also transitioning into a new facility in 2020. While keeping with the mission of building the local workforce, the school will also move forward with a new logo. Designed by Rick Mack, a GCCC teacher and partner in Mack and Morris Entertainment, the logo features bold blue colors while still incorporating the recognizable “G” of years past. It replaces a green logo that dates back to the late 1990’s. “With an incredible new facility provided by our voters, we felt it was time to freshen up our branding as well,” said Greene County Career Center Superintendent David Deskins. “We are very pleased with the final product and believe it shows forward movement forward as we head into the next era. We have worked hard to continually improve the standard of excellence by our teaching staff and wanted the new logo to reflect that forward seeking energy.”

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