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District News

Quilt Raffle Quilt

 

Enter the Quilt Raffle at Orientation Night !!

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New Student Orientation New

New Student Orientation.

Monday, August 13, 2018

4pm to 7pm

SkillsUSA Summer Leadership Camp Camp

Seven senior SkillsUSA officers attend the SkillsUSA Summer Leadership Camp on July 9-13, 2018 at Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio.  The students who attended were divided up into fifteen teams of 10-12 students from all over the state.  As a team they attended leadership training, team work activities, and competed in many team and individual events.  All seven of our students earned their Statesman Award, which is the highest award at camp.   To earn your Statesman Award you must complete both your leadership handbook and the Four Pillars to Leadership book and also competed in a variety of events.  All seven were also inducted into the Champions Club, by getting up all week and reporting to the tennis courts by 6:15 am for morning exercise.  The following students also won medals for placing in the top three in various contest. 

 

Jerry M. Greene Scholarship Winner Myers

We congradulate Cierra Myers.  She is a Culinary Arts Senior from Springfield High School.  She was the recipient of a $1500 Jerry M. Greene Scholarship. 

SkillsUSA Students Do Well at State Championships Skills

On April 24 and 25, we had forty-two students attend the SkillsUSA State Championships at the Columbus Convention Center. There were over five thousand SkillsUSA student members, advisors, parents and industry partners from Ohio in attendance. We had thirty-four students compete in various skill and leadership competitions. Except for acouple of state contests, students had to place in the top three at the Southwest Regional Competitions to advance to the State Conference. The following students received metals because they placed in the top three in the state of Ohio:

Dressed.My.Best Dressed

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2018 Sinclair Community College Tech Prep Showcase ~ Health TP

The following Health students placed accordingly:

 

2018 Sinclair Community College Tech Prep Showcase medal

We are proud to annouce the following students placed accordingly:

1st Place in Engineering and Design:
Max DeLong
Aiden Hartman 
Cameron Wenclewicz

Runner-up in Engineering and Design: 
Darryean Olinger
Sean Elsner
Jerid Jenkins

1st Place Junior/Senior Welding and Cutting:
Hailey Cydrus 
Alex White

1st Place Junior Welding and Cutting:
John Clawson
Grant Hodson 
Wyatt Wilson

Runner-up Junior Welding and Cutting: 
Mitchell Jones
Zach Parcels
Logan Barclay 
Nate Harrod

Third Quarter Honor Roll Announced Honor Roll

Third Quarter Honor Roll 

6th Annual Welding Rodeo

It's Welding Rodeo Week! The 6th Annual Welding Rodeo will be held this Friday and Saturday. The theme this year is transportation. Spectators are welcome throughout the day Friday and Saturday.

The itinerary:
Friday, April 20th
9am-9:45am Brainstorm, Drawing, Blueprints
9:45am-10:15am Scrap Run
10:15am-2:00pm Welding Sculpture Competition

Saturday, April 21st
12:00pm-1:00pm Judging
1:00pm-2:00pm Winners Announced and Auction

Search for School Treasurer Hiring

Please see additional information under the "About CTC" and "Employment" tabs.  

Mr. Eric Barge ~ Springfield Rotary Excellence in Teaching Award Barge

Mr Eric Barge was named a recipient of the Springfield Rotary Club’s annual Excellence in Teaching Award and was honored by the group on March 19th.   Mr. Barge is our Engineering and Architectural Design Instructor.  

Springfield Rotary awards Mrs. Michelle Carn Excellence in Teaching carn

Mrs. Michelle Carn, English Instructor, was named a recipient of the Springfield Rotary Club’s annual Excellence in Teaching Award and was honored by the group on March 19th. 

Business Professionals of America Students Win Big at State Competitive Events BPA

 

 

On March 8th and 9th, eighteen students attended the Ohio BPA State Leadership Conference to compete in various events related to the career-technical programs.  We are proud to announce the following results:

Sam Matthews Awarded Athlete of the Week Athlete of Week

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The Great Gatsby Luncheon Great Gatsby

Springfield New-Sun Article  Wednesday, March 7, 2018

 

Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center students and staff learned about a classic American novel by encouraging students to use their career paths to re-enact the era.

CTC seniors recently read “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, 11th and 12th grade English teacher Michelle Carn said.

 

SkillsUSA Regional Competition Regionals

On March 3rd we sent thirty-four students to compete at the SkillsUSA Regional Competitions which were held at the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center in Bellefontaine, Ohio. They competed against the top students from over eighteen different schools in the Southwest regional of Ohio. The following students placed in the top three in their competition.  These students will advance to compete against the top students in Ohio at the SkillsUSA Ohio Championships on April 24 & 25, 2018 at the Columbus Convention Center.  We also had two of the seven regional officers who oversaw the SkillsUSA Regional Competitions. Jared Jenkins (Kenton Ridge) a junior in the Engineering & CNC program serves as the Southwest Regional Historian and Kara Horn (Tecumseh) a senior in the Engineering & CNC program serves as the Southwest Regional President. As both a competitor and the Southwest Regional President, Kara Horn had a very busy day competing, overseeing the opening ceremony, and giving the opening speech at the awards ceremony.

BPA Region 15 Workplace Skills Event BPA

Congratulations to our BPA Region 15 Winners !

First Semester A - B Honor Roll AB

Congratulations to our students who have earned A-B Honor Roll

First Semester A Honor Roll A Honor Roll

Congratulations to our students who have earned A Honor Roll.

 

Hearing Screening Information Notice Hearing

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TechPrep: Getting Ready for College Techprep

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Open House and Chili Supper Open House

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Project SEARCH Information Night Project

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SCCTC is Now Accepting Online Applications Online Applications
Career Exploration Days - January 24th and January 25th Career Exploration

Career Exploration Days

Students Participate in SkillsUSA Ohio Career Day with the Blue Jackets blue Jackets

SkillsUSA members and their advisers attended the SkillsUSA Ohio Career Day with the Blue Jackets.  They listened to a speaker panel made up of Blue Jackets and Nationwide Arena Staff, had a behind-the-scenes tour of Nationwide Arena and then attended a Blue Jackets game.

Save the Date ! CCP
Mackenzie Rice Selected as Student of the Week M. Rice
Creative Arts Club Awards Veterinary Science plaque for most books donated Plaque

The Creative Arts Club awarded the Veterinary Science Program the plaque for donating the most books to used for their Book Sale.

Creative Arts Club Book Sale Book Sale

Students:  Plan to attend the Creative Arts Club Book Sale December 4th -8th.

Checkout the New CTC Video Checkout CTC

Take a look at the newest CTC video and hear from our students what the CTC is really like!

Veteran's Day Luncheon Veterans

On Friday, November 10th a Veteran's Day Luncheon was held to honor Veterans.  Students were encouraged to invite a Veteran close to them to attend the luncheon with them.  The Culinary Arts Program prepared a special buffet in their honor.  After the luncheon and ceremony, the student body "clapped" the Veterans out.  

Jan Kish visits the Culinary Arts Program Jan Kish

Jan Kish, a world renowned pastry chef, and Ashley Owens, a 2016 Graduate from the Culinary Arts Program, came to the CTC Tuesday to inspire the current students. Ashley has done an outstanding job with her apprenticeship with Jan and it was great seeing her shine. The students were in awe of Jan and her talent. They loved hearing her stories about the industry and her television appearances.

BPA Fall Conference Sophia and Nathan

Eighteen Business Professionals of America members attended the Ohio Fall Leadership Conference in Columbus, Ohio on November 1st.  

SkillsUSA Fall Conference Skills

Twenty students attend the SkillsUSA State Fall Leadership Conference in Columbus, Ohio on October 29th -31st.  During the conference students received leadership training and had the privilege of hearing from a renowned motivational speaker. All the students worked very hard and were great representatives of the CTC. On Tuesday the regional elections were held. Seven of our students (maximum allowed by a school) ran for regional office and they all made it to the final two for their office. This is a first for Springfield-Clark CTC!! The students were Jerid Jenkins, Cheyenne Williams, Hailey Pennington, Kara Horn, Beda Hinderer, Breann Blue and Macy McGillivray.

 

Picture Retakes on Thursday, November 9th Picture Retakes

Picture retakes will be held on Thursday, November 9th. 

Order forms can be picked up in the Main Office.

Creative Arts Club Holds a Book Drive Creative Arts
Parent Teacher Conferences, Spaghetti Dinner, and Silent Auction PT Conference
Jostens on Campus Jostens

A representative from Jostens will be on Campus Wednesday, October 18th to talk to all seniors. 

H20 Club Participates in the "Making Strides for Breast Cancer" walk. H20

The H2O Club participated in the "Making Strides for Breast Cancer" walk on Saturday, October 7th. With the Pink Out day held at CTC and online donations, the organization was able to raise just about $900!

No School on Friday, October 13th and Monday, October 16th No School
Project Search Information Night PS

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2017-18 Tour Guides Selected Tour Guides

The following students have made the final cut  and will be Tour Guides for the 2017/2018 school year.  Congratulations!   These exemplary students will be conducting tours for community members, 8th grade student tours, and helping with special events.  

2017-18 Program Ambassadors Logo

The 2017-18 Program Ambassadors have been selected by their instructors.  These ambassadors visit each of the high schools in Clark County to share information about their specific programs.  They encourage students to explore what CTC can offer them depending on their interests and future education goals.  

Business Casual Spirit Day Team Spirit

Friday, September 15th

will be a Business Casual Spirit Day. Students may wear their home school spirit attire or collegiate spirit wear.

If students choose not to participate in the Business Casual Spirit Day, they must be in their lab uniform. As always, lab instructor permission is required.

SkillsUSA Junior Officers Elected Junior Officers

On Friday, September 8th SkillsUSA junior elections were held. All of the students did a great job, but only a small group can be local chapter officers. Seven students were elected by their peers and five where chosen by the SkillsUSA advisors to join the team. The following students will be the SkillsUSA junior officers for the 2017/18 school year:

Jerid Jenkins~Engineer/CNC
Nic Jacobson~Electrical
Macy McGillivray~Health
Megan Stacy~Dental
Johnny Evans~Dental
Lamyia Travis~Health
Aspen Roesser~Health
Cheyenne Williams~Health
Kylee Fogle~Dental
Macy Hines~Health
Katelyn Pelfrey~Health
Hailey Pennington~Health

School Pictures Taken Tuesday, August 22nd Pictures

School pictures will be taken on Tuesday, August 22nd.  Ordering information was sent in the postal mail to each student's address on file.  If you did not get the order form, students can get one in the Main Office from Mrs. Holstein.  

Online Forms Now Available to be Completed Online Forms

The OneView Portal is now available for parents to fill out this year’s back to school forms.  All forms must be completed online by using this portal.  If you are unable to complete the forms online at home, devices and assistance are available at the CTC to complete the forms.  The portal can be accessed through the CTC website or by following the link below.

Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center | 1901 Selma Road | Springfield, OH 45505
Phone: 937.325.7368
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Fax: 937.325.7452