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FCCC Students Shine at International Leadership Conference of HOSA - Future Health Professionals

FCCC Students Shine at International Leadership Conference of HOSA - Futur...

Four County Career Center is thrilled to announce that three of our Health Careers students recently attended the International Leadership Conference of HOSA - Future Health Professionals in Houston, Texas.

(Pictured LEFT TO RIGHT) Brooklyn Fry (Patrick Henry) competed in Nursing Assisting, Sofia Rodriguez (Evergreen) showcased her skills in Personal Care, and Halle Six (Bryan) participated in the Job Seeking Skills competition. These talented students joined their peers from across the nation, participating in international-level skill competitions during HOSA’s 47th International Leadership Conference.

HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA’s mission is two-fold: to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry and to enhance the delivery of quality healthcare to all people.

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FCCC Honor Roll - 4th Nine Weeks

FCCC Honor Roll - 4th Nine Weeks

Congratulations are in order for the 554 Four County Career Center students who have achieved recognition on the 4th Nine Weeks Honor Roll!
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FCCC Employee Service Awards

FCCC Employee Service Awards

Four County Career Center held their annual Retirement Reception and Employee Service Awards honoring staff members for years of service to the school district.

Those recognized for years of service include:
    Five years - David DeLano, Dean of Students; Josh Montgomery, Career Based Intervention Instructor; Taryn Thomas, English Instructor; and Tobi Ziegler, Job Coach.
    Ten years - Denton Blue, Diesel Mechanics Instructor; Kristen Boyer, VOSE; Brandon Brywczynski, Social Studies Instructor; Krissy Cheslock, Special Education Supervisor; Curtis Miller, Building Trades/Carpentry Instructor; Scott Palmer, Adult Education Arrowhead Division; Steven Steingass, Mechanical Systems & Piping Instructor; and Jill Westhoven, Cosmetology Instructor.
    Fifteen years - Kelli Alspaugh, Family & Consumer Science Instructor; and Angela Zetter, Spanish Instructor.
    Twenty years - Mary Jo Beilharz, Medical Office Technologies Instructor; and Tricia Frysinger, Attendance Secretary.
    Twenty-five years - Dean Detmer, Academic Supervisor.
    Forty years - Tony McCord, Career & Technical Education and Attendance Supervisor; and Jena Stites, Administrative Assistant to the Director of Career & Technical Education.

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FCCC Retirement Reception

FCCC Retirement Reception

Four County Career Center held their annual Retirement Reception and Employee Service Awards honoring staff members for years of service to the school district.

Words of appreciation were given by Superintendent Jeffrey Slattery and plaques were presented to staff members who retired from the Career Center during the past school year.  Shown above are retirees (LEFT TO RIGHT) Timothy Ricketts, I.T. Academy - Computer Networking & Cybersecurity Instructor (9 years); Jennifer Maassel, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent and Director of Operations (36 years); and Richard Hupe, Director of Operations (36 years).  Retiree Douglas Beck, Director of Adult Workforce Education (13 years) was absent from the photo.


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Senior Recognition Day Ceremony

Senior Recognition Day Ceremony

Four hundred forty-five seniors were awarded certificates along with other student achievements and Career Passports marking the end of their career and technical training during Four County Career Center’s 55th Recognition Day Ceremony with over 2,000 parents and guests in attendance and viewing the livestream.

Career and Technical Education Director, Rick Bachman was Presiding Chairman of the ceremonies.  The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Jenae Kinsman (Archbold) Law Enforcement & Security Tactics, accompanied by military personnel and seniors enlisted in the armed services.  Superintendent, Jeffrey Slattery introduced Board of Education members and congratulated the seniors on their accomplishments.  Samuel Haley (Pettisville (Auto Collision Repair, Dakota Simonis (Fairview) Culinary Arts Management, and Audrey Honeck (Patrick Henry) Fire & Rescue, announced student achievements and activities.  Guest speakers for the Recognition Day Ceremony were senior students Gabriella Rodriguez (Archbold) Cosmetology, Allie Nelson (Hicksville) Early Childhood Education, and Izack Badenhop (Patrick Henry) Business & Financial Services.

Fifty-five students were named Outstanding Seniors for exemplary performance in their career and technical and academic programs and presented with award plaques by their department supervisors.  Awards and scholarship monies of over $422,000 to be used to further students’ education at trade schools, colleges and universities as well as entering the world of work, were recognized during the ceremony.
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