A MESSAGE FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT
TO THE COMMUNITY
Warren County Career Center looks forward to spring and new beginnings! We continue with work on renovation and construction as recommended by our community-based facilities committee.
Our new two-year high school program in Dental Assisting is off to a great start, and we are making plans to offer Dental Assisting to adult students this fall.
On a personal note, this fall I announced my retirement as of the end of 2016. The board contracted with the Ohio School Boards Association to conduct an extensive superintendent search. Rick Smith was hired as new superintendent for the Warren County Career Center at the regular March 16 board meeting. He begins at WCCC June 1. You can read more about him HERE
Since January 1, I have been serving as interim superintendent as we make this transition. It has been a privilege and a pleasure to serve as your superintendent and while I will miss the work and all of my business, community and education partners, it is time for me to step back and spend more time with family and friends. I will also begin serving as the Executive Director for the Ohio Association of Career Technical Superintendents beginning July 1, 2017. WCCC will always have a place in my heart.
The next few months our students and staff will be actively involved in their career technical student organization competitions at the state and national levels. Our Senior Awards Ceremony will be held on May 17th at Wright State University at which time we will be celebrating the successes of our graduates. Our Adult Education Recognition Ceremony is set for June 1.
Students at both the high school and adult education levels can still apply to enroll in one of our career technical programs. On behalf of our staff and students I want to thank you for your continued support of the Warren County Career Center, where Education Works!
We appreciate your continued support of the Warren County Career Center, where Education Works!
513-932-5677 ext. 5200