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 email@example.com.
Greene Days will occur on February 11, March 11, April 8 and May 1.
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.
The third and final Career Awareness Day was held Dec. 5 with Xenia and Cedarville High Schools in attendance along with a number of home-schooled students from the area. Click through to see a photo gallery from the day.
Greene County Career Center held its first session of the annual Career Awareness Days on Wednesday, welcoming sophomores from Fairborn, Greeneview and Yellow Springs High Schools. This event allows sophomores to visit three career-technical programs of their choice and to learn more about the school’s scholarship, college credit and industry certification opportunities. Career Awareness Days continue on Dec. 4 with Beavercreek and Bellbrook visiting followed by Xenia and Cedarville on Dec. 5. Home-schooled students are welcome to attend as well.
Longtime Greene County Career Center and Xenia Community Schools board member William Spahr was recently recognized by the National FFA Organization with the prestigious Honorary American FFA Degree. This award is given to those who advance agriculture education and FFA through outstanding personal commitment.
Aviation History and Technology History classes recently visited Grimes Field in Urbana to see a World War II B-17 Flying Fortress in restoration. The trip included presentations from the restoration team and experts on the history of the plane "Champaign Lady."