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Food For The Hungry Auction
Knox County Career Center is auctioning off gift baskets for Knox County Food for the Hungry. Gift baskets are created through community donations and KCCC students, teachers, and staff.
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Mask Optional & Quarantine Guidelines
Information on KCCC's new mask optional policy and quarantine guidelines
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Draft of 2022-2023 School Calendar
This is a draft of the 2022-2023 School Calendar. It will be submitted to the KCCC Board of Education for approval during the December 9th meeting.
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Superintendent's Message

KCCC Families,
Due to low positive COVID case numbers and steady daily attendance rates, Knox County Career Center Schools District will implement mask-optional and modified KPH quarantine guidelines beginning Tuesday, October 19, 2021. 
We will continue to monitor the situations in our local schools and the number of positive cases at KCCC HS, Preschool, and Knox Technical Center to determine if a return to mask guidelines or a mandate will be needed as a proactive measure to minimize quarantine numbers and maintain our goals of keeping students in school and our staff and students healthy.

Masks must be worn on school buses due to federal law.  
Please review the guidelines emailed to your student’s email carefully. Our goal is for every student and staff member to feel safe and to be able to attend school in person. We thank you for respecting our responsibility to accomplish those goals. 


Kathy Greenich, Superintendent

The Safer Ohio School Tip Line

Call or text 844-SaferOH (844-723-3764)

The Safer Ohio School Tip Line is a free safety resource available to all Ohio schools. The tip line is an anonymous reporting system that accepts both calls and texts 24 hours a day.  Analysts within Ohio Homeland Security answer calls or texts to 844-SaferOH (844-723-3764).  If action is needed, the analysts immediately forward information to local school officials, law enforcement agencies, and the Ohio School Safety Center (OSSC) for action and follow-up.

The OSSC partners with the Ohio Department of Education to follow up with affected schools and law enforcement agencies to ensure that the incident is investigated, action is taken, and resources and supports are provided when necessary.

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