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Information for the Class of 2021

Class of 2021
Senior Picnic
Friday, May 14th
12:17 - 2:07 pm
Main Campus Lawn
This will be a fun event for all seniors to enjoy their last few days with classmates. We will have games, prizes, food, and plenty of time to talk with friends! Seniors may take their Senior Yard Sign home after the picnic!!

Senior Send Off (aka Prom)
Friday, May 14th
6 - 10 pm
April 30th was the last day for ticket sales, talk to Mrs. Chandler or Mr. Paul to check if tickets are still available.

Senior Ceremony Practice
Monday, May 17th
8 am - 9:45 am
Main Campus Commons

Practice is mandatory for ALL students that plan to participate in the ceremony. If students have another conflicting graduation practice we will make accommodations; please see Mrs. Gambill or Mrs. Murphy to make alternate arrangements.
Students will wear their cap and gown for the ceremony, but DO NOT need to bring them to practice.

Seniors may leave after practice if they have transportation, they will need a note to sign out. Bus riders are welcome to stay on campus until the end of the day and ride the bus as usual.

Senior Ceremony
Date: Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Location: Wright State University Nutter Center
Time: 7 pm (Doors open at 6 pm)  

Tickets will be given to students at the end of the mandatory graduation practice on Monday, May 17th. THERE WILL BE NO REPLACEMENT TICKETS GIVEN. It is very important that students keep their tickets in a safe place and that everyone brings their tickets to the event.

Here are the details/WSU guidelines (subject to change):

All students will be given 1 student ticket and 4 guest tickets for entry.
Venue doors will open at 6 pm, only one hour prior to the start of the ceremony.
Upon ticketed entry, seating is first-come, first-serve, pod style. Pod = 4 seats together in a socially distanced section.
All four guests per student must sit together in one pod section, there are no exceptions, and tickets are not transferable between families. While this may not be ideal for some families, we are confident everyone will make it work for the benefit of the student during this very special once in a lifetime event.
Handicap accessible seating pods are located at the top of sections 208-210 and 215-216.
 If one member of the group needs handicap seating, the remaining three guests must also sit on the top level in the same pod.
Children under 3 do not need a ticket but must sit on a lap
ALL guests must wear a mask covering their face and nose at all times.
No photographs before or after the ceremony, guests must exit the building immediately after the ceremony
No gown removal/drop off on-site, students should leave gowns on and exit the building
Concessions for food/drink will not be open
There will be a live stream of the ceremony which can be viewed here:
 Warren County Career Center Senior Ceremony 2021 - LIVE STREAM LINK
We will also share this link on our social media on the day of the event.

Students must wear their home school cap and gown over appropriate dress attire; keep in mind there will be steps to the stage when picking shoes to wear.

The ceremony begins promptly at 7 pm. Students are required to be in the McLin Gym and ready to go by 6:15 pm. Detailed directions including where to park and enter will be given to students with their entry tickets after ceremony practice.

Cap and gowns ordered through WCCC have been handed out. If your student needs to rent a cap and gown, please contact Kim Dobbins immediately via  [email protected]
We only have a limited number of gowns for rental, so do not delay in reaching out.

Seniors, Important Information About Your Chromebook

As long as your school fees are paid in full, the Chromebook is yours to keep.  

Your “@apps.mywccc.org” Google account will be kept active for at least one year so that you can access your old email and documents.

Your WCCC Google account should not be used for online bill payments, online banking, communication with colleges, work, etc. These accounts are owned by the Warren County Career Center, and as such, will be disabled at some point in the future to make room for new student accounts. If you don't already have one, please create your own free personal Google Mail account (or any other email provider of your choice) to use for these kinds of activities, and update any online services that are using your WCCC email address to instead use your own personal account.

Students are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to use Google’s “Takeout” system to export a copy of all their email and documents to their own personal Google account. The Google Takeout website can be found here.

For all graduating Seniors that have their fees paid in full - we will be removing your Chromebook from our management system after graduation. Your device will automatically restart itself to begin the removal process, and when complete it will reset the device back to its factory default settings. You will still be able to sign in with your @apps.mywccc.org account and the device will no longer be under any WCCC control or monitoring.

If your fees are not paid in full, your Chromebook will be disabled. This means that no one will be able to log into it or use it. Your school fees include any Chromebooks or chargers that you borrowed from the Technology Department that you didn’t return before the end of the school year. If you have a borrowed Chromebook or charger that you need to return, please do so as soon as possible so as to avoid those fees.

Once your fees are paid, and/or your borrowed items are returned, you can contact the Technology Department by phone at 513-932-5677 x5566 or by email to [email protected] to re-enable your device.


Stay in touch!
Students should be diligent about reading their emails in the next few weeks so that they can stay up-to-date with important information and details; we will continue to send information through our messaging system (calls/text/email), but you can always check this page for past messages and details.

Also, we have a small request: when possible, please email any non-urgent questions to [email protected]. Our front desk secretaries are currently receiving a very high number of calls regarding prom, student fees, etc. We can typically answer your question or connect you to the right person via email within minutes! Emailing instead of calling allows our secretaries to focus on students and urgent questions and requests.

As always, thank you for being a part of the WCCC family! We look forward to the next month, this is a very exciting time for the class of 2021! Please reach out to us at [email protected] if you have any questions.

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