Four County Career Center’s 48th annual Senior Recognition Day will be held Tuesday, May 23, 9:15 a.m. at the school.
Certificates marking the completion of their career training will be awarded to 419 seniors. Scholarship award winners will be announced, and Outstanding Senior Awards will be presented during the ceremonies.
Career Passports containing the student’s resume, class competencies listing skills learned at the Career Center, grades, and attendance data will be presented to each senior. Career Passports are awarded to all Ohio Career Center program completers for the purpose of providing each student with a set of credentials that can be presented to an employer when seeking employment.
Rick Bachman, Director of Career and Technical Education, will organize the ceremony. Seven seniors will be assisting with the program: Abigail Weller, Napoleon), Law Enforcement & Security Tactics will lead the Pledge of Allegiance; James Branham of Edgerton, Mason Locke of Hilltop, and Taylor Snyder of Liberty Center will announce student achievement activities. Katie Foster of Hilltop, Anastacia Hite of Delta, and Jaryd Hobbs of Archbold have been chosen as class speakers for the event.
Parents and families of FCCC seniors are invited to attend the ceremony, which will be held in the Diesel Technology and Training Center located on the northeast side of the building. Parking is available in the school’s east and south parking lots or the student parking lot on the west side of the building.
Four County Career Center is located at the intersection of State Route 66 and State Route 34, five miles south of Archbold.
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