Announcements

  • Interested in a fresh start in a new career path?
    Career Awareness Days for interested sophomores are December 3-4-5.  
    Sophomores and parents needing to download a registration form can do so by clicking here.  The parent a permission slip can be accessed here.

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  • Daily Announcements - 11/21/14
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  • The 2015-16 Greene County Career Center Guidebook is now available. Click here to download and learn more about our high school career-technical programs and scholarship opportunities.
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  • 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 jbaughn@greenecccc.com
    Greene Days will occur on February 11, March 11 April 8 and May 1.

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  • Visit our Greenetube web site to learn more about our high school career-technical programs.

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Headlines

  • Board Member William Spahr Receives Honorary American FFA Degree

    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.

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  • Aviation and Technology History Classes Visits Site of B-17 Restoration

    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."

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  • Xenia FFA Team Places 4th in Nation

    Xenia FFA Chapter members Sarah Harner and Hannah Rasey placed foruth in the 2014 Nationall Agriscience Fair on the 87th National FFA Convention and Expo in Louisville, Ky. The fair is a competition for FFA members who are interested in the science and technology of agriculture. The pair competed in the area of Plant Systems and conducted research on the conventional versus hydroponic gardening.

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  • Therapy Program for Veterans Kicks Off at ARC

    Sponsored by Finally Home Farm, a military equine-assisted therapy program is coming to GCCC's Agricultural Research Center. The program works with the Dayton Veteran's Administration office to provide mental health care for military veterans who may be suffering from emotional wounds such as post traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury and psychological trauma. The equine therapy program is directed by Tim Spradlin, an EAGALA certified equine specialist, retired Air Force reservist and combat veteran. A media kickoff was held on Nov. 7.

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  • Rapp, Porter Place in Top 5 at FFA Job Interview Competition

    Allison Rapp and Mikal Porter of the Xenia FFA took top honors at the District 9 FFA Job Interview Career Development Event. The contest was held at Hillsboro High School.

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  • Beavercreek DECA Competitors Earn Medals

    The District 4 DECA Fall Leadership Conference was held and a record-breaking 15 Beavercreek Marketing students won medals. The medal count included first place gold for Andria Joiner, Jennifer Spradlin and Jessica Waters.

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  • FFA Team Takes 2nd at District Forestry CDE

    The team of Ethan Pitzer, Destiny Anderson, Alyson Martinez and Jordan Gerhardt took second at the FFA District Forestry Career Development Event at Hocking College. The team also placed 28th in the state CDE while Ethan Pitzer was 10th in the online examination.

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