Current Events

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2014 KCCC Trick or Treat in the Garden

Tuesday night’s rain may have forced our Trick or Treat in the Garden event indoors, but it did not damper the spirits of our KCCC students or the little ones who came to participate in the festivities. Students from the Teacher Academy and Early Childhood Education labs created and ran games, arts & crafts activities and offered face painting as well. Cadets from JROTC manned the hallways with buckets of candy giving the children a safe place to “trick or treat”. Everyone in attendance agreed that the night was a success! To view photographs of the event, visit our photo gallery located on this home page.

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2014 Food For the Hungry

Time to buy a few extra cans of food and get ready to participate in the 2014 Food For the Hungry drive! Student Council is heading up the campaign, which will begin on Nov.3rd. Watch this page for further details.

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KCCC ; Preparing the Workforce of Tomorrow

Visit the Video Gallery hosted on the High School Home page to see what KCCC students are saying about their Career Center experiences.

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All School Advisory Dinner

On Oct. 9th, students from the Chef &Catering and Hospitality &Facility Care Services labs worked together to prepare a wonderful sit down dinner for members of our Advisory Committees. KCCC Student Ambassadors served the dinner.

We would like to thank all of the Community Members who take time to serve on our School Advisory Committees.

Visit us on Facebook or visit the photo gallery found on our High School home page to view pictures of this event.

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Educators From China Visit KCCC

On Monday Oct. 6th, students from OSU Professor Jim Pinchak’s Career Technical Certification class toured KCCC High School. Pictured from the left are: Yijun Wang (Associate Professor in Vocational and Technical Education at Tongji University, Shanghai), Juan Zhao (Professor at Jianghai Vocational Technical College, Yangzhou,Jiangsu, PRC), Jim Pinchak (OSU Instructor), Kathy Greenich (KCCC Superintendent), Wenjin He (Professor Institute of Vocational Education, Jiangsu University of Technology, Changzhou City, Jiangsu Province, China).

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KCCC Welcomes New Superintendent

KCCC would like to welcome Kathy Greenich to the KCCC family! Mrs. Greenich was selected from a large field of candidates to assume the role of retiring Superintendent Bernie Pachmayer.

We extend our Best Wishes to Mrs. Pachmayer as she begins her much deserved retirement and offer a hearty “Welcome Aboard” to Mrs. Greenich.

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Building 4 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

On August 14, KCCC’s Building 4 was officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The new building now houses our Sport’s Medicine Program and JROTC Program as well as office space for the Knox County VFW. For photographs and video of this event, visit the Photo and Video Galleries found on our High School home page.

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One Million Dollars to KCCC!

On Friday January 31, The Knox County Career Center received a $1,000,000 donation from the Ariel Corporation for the purpose of re-tooling their Machine Manufacturing Lab.

 

Governor John Kasich, Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Richard Ross, local dignitaries, the KCCC School Board, staff and students were present to witness the generous donation made by Ariel CEO Karen Buchwald Wright.

 

A full story covering this event can be found in the Mount Vernon News, post date February 1. Visit Our Photo and Video Galleries to view highlights of the event.