Current Events

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Closing

The KCCC High School is now closed for the day, Wednesday (3/4). This day will be made up on Monday June 1st.

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Proposed 2015-16 School Calendar

This is the proposed calendar for the 2015-16 school year. It is for public review at this time. It will be presented to the Board of Education during their March meeting for approval. The calendar is not official until approved by the Board.

Click here to view proposed calendar

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Attention Parents

It is never too early to start exploring potential career pathways with your student. Click here to read about the State’s new College Credit Plus Pathway .

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Theme Weeks in the River Room Cafe

Mark your calendars! Our always popular theme weeks will return in March! Watch for our theme menus the “Services” section of this web page. Click here to view the themes.

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Students Advance to State BPA Competition

Nice Job!
Click here to view a list of the students who will represent KCCC in the State BPA Competition

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Chef & Catering Competition

The following students from Chef & Catering have been selected to compete in the 2014-15 Culinary Affair with Pork Cook-Off. The event is scheduled to be held at the Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center on Feb.11th. To earn a spot in the competition, students had to submit an original pork recipe, suitable for restaurant use, to a panel of judges from the Northeast Ohio Pork Producers Association. The top 10 recipe creators, along with their assistants, have been invited to the competition.

2nd place with a composite score of 94 - Nickey Stamp

Sausage Biscuit Rolls – Team PartnerAmanda Strouse

3rd place Tie with a composite score of 93½ – Lane Myers

Ramen Pork Burger – Team Partner Rebecca Yoder

8th place with a composite score of 89 – Tristen Cherryholmes

Pork Curry – Team PartnerCodey Kester

9th place Tie with a composite score of 88½ – River Christian

Mango Pork – Team PartnerD’Art Casto

 

The Pork Cook-Off results are in!

3rd Place with 319 points – River Christian  with Team PartnerD’Art Casto

Won Bronze Medals and $50.00.

4th place with 293 points – Lane Myers – Knox County Career Center with Team Partner Rebecca Yoder

Won Bronze Medals

Great Job Students!

 

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Skills USA Fundraiser

Members of Skills USA are currently selling “Savings Advantage Cards” to raise money for their organization. Area Businesses represented on the card include; Custom Cutters (15% off $100 order), Finishing Touch (Buy one tanning package, 50% off second package), Pirates Cove (Free 10” cheese pizza with purchase of one item 16” pizza), Java Hut (Buy one drink, 30% off 2nd drink/ Buy 1 lb. Coffee get $2.00 off any drink), Athens Greek Restaurant (10% off entire order), Strang Glass ($25 off of insurance deductible), G&G Feed and Supply LLC (10% off purchase of $25 or more), Heralds Appliances (Free 10 warranty with purchase of a major appliance), Buffalo Wild Wings ( 10% off order), Sips (10% off cash sales), Pond Tire (Free tire rotation, commercial vehicles not included), Tracy’s Total Image Salon (10% off any product).
See Assistant Treasure Carolyn Adair or any Skills USA member to purchase a card.

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Did you miss the Financial Aid Information Night at your Home School?

Click here to view video resources

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Landscape Design & Management Team Wins 2nd Place!

Students in the Landscape Design & Management program competed last week in the Ohio Nursery & Landscape Association’s “Landscapers’ Challenge”. KCCC was one of 6 schools chosen to compete. This was the first time for KCCC to participate in the event.

 

Teams were challenged to take a pre-determined industry drawn landscape plan, interpret it and install it in within a seven-hour time period. During construction, students were observed and judged by a panel of state and nationally certified landscape professionals.

 

The KCCC placed second in the state with a score of 90/100 points. Their score was ONE point behind the winning team!

 

Team members include: Matthew Wise, Danville; Monica Adkins and Autumn Bunn, both from Clear Fork Valley; Taylor Jones, Utica; Tara Keys, Centerburg; and Brock Denman, Highland. Matthew Wise served as Captain of the team. Jess Maslar, a member of our local advisory committee, served as the team’s industry consultant.

 

Great Job! (for pictures of the event, visit the photo gallery on the LD&M program page)

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Yearbook Deadlines

Seniors, you have until Feb. 13 to turn in your senior portraits. You may submit an actual picture or an electronic file (1MB or larger, not from Facebook). All students may order a Yearbook online at ybpay.com ID Code: 5803215. Cost is $30.