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May 24, 2022
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Special Olympics Donation

Special Olympics Donation

As part of the Four County Career Center’s Business Professionals of America (BPA) Chapter awards day, the Chapter was honored to present a check to the Special Olympics organizations in the four county area.  Over $1,000.00 was collected throughout the school year and a check was presented to Renita Kuehner, Special Olympics Assistant Coordinator for Henry County (RIGHT) by Brendan Degryse (Fairview), BPA President.
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Four County Welcomes New Superintendent

Four County Welcomes New Superintendent

Four County Career Center is pleased to welcome Jeff Slattery as the new Superintendent beginning January 1, 2023!

At a special meeting of the Four County Career Center Board of Education, Jeff Slattery was selected to replace current Superintendent, Tim Meister, who is retiring at the end of 2022.  Slattery is currently Principal at Hicksville High School and also has experience as a Teacher in the Dekalb Eastern Schools of Butler, Indiana.  Before that, he was Executive Director for Trilogy Health Services of Lima.  

Slattery obtained his Bachelors Degree from Indiana University, and his Masters Degree from Bowling Green State University.

He lives in Hicksville with his wife, Jaimee, and their three children.
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Preschool Graduation

Preschool Graduation

The seniors at Four County Career Center’s Early Childhood Education class recently held Preschool Graduation for children enrolled during the 2021-2022 school year.  The children performed favorite songs and fingerplays learned throughout the school year for parents and grandparents in attendance.
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Job & Career Fair

Job & Career Fair

The 7th Annual Job & Career Fair was recently held at Four County Career Center with over 50 area employers on hand for students to meet with.  Over 700 students had the chance to discuss their career options with local businesses and see what opportunities were available to them.  Karlee Badenhop, Workforce Development Coordinator, made the arrangements for the event.
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