• AT&F has sponsored a Welding booth at WCSCC
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      Career Center alumni and Managers from AT&F were on hand for the debut of the AT&F sponsored welding booth at the Wayne County Schools Career Center. Students will learn welding skills particular to AT&F in the booth. The company has equipped the booth and posted company information on its walls for students as well. Additional booths are...
  • Skills USA Car Show
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    To celebrate their 50th Anniversary, the Wayne County Schools Career Center is planning a day of fun family activities on Saturday, September 28. Community Appreciation Day will be from 12-3 p.m. Admission is free and the event will be held rain or shine. Alumni and former staff are encouraged to attend as a group photo is planned to mark the occasion...
  • Mechanics student works on engine
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    How will Ohio face its looming skills gap? Travel across the state to explore new ways of preparing young people for skilled jobs with “The Career Path Less Taken,” a brand-new Ohio public television special. Co-produced by a statewide public media collaborative of CET in Cincinnati, ideastream in Cleveland and WOSU Public Media in Columbus, the half-...
  • Superintendent Dr. Kip Crain Named Administrator of the Year
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    Wayne County Schools Career Center Superintendent Dr. Kip Crain was recently named Administrator of the Year by the Ohio Association of Career and Technical Education (OACTE) at their annual conference in Columbus. The purpose of this award is to recognize career-technical educators who contribute to professional associations and career-tech programs...
  • Skills USA Car Show
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    Mark your calendars for the WCSCC 50th Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, Spetember 28th, 2019 from 12-3 PM!  Admission is free and the event will be held rain or shine. Visit our Career Tech labs. Enjoy delicious food. Tour our facilities including our newly renovated Culinary Arts lab and Auto Tech lab spaces. Enjoy the many activities planned by...
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    Wayne County Schools Career Center Student/Parent Orientation will be Wednesday, August 14, from 1-6:30 PM. All students and their parents are encouraged to attend and may come anytime during those hours. Engineering Technologies students should first report to the Career Center and may then visit the Engineering Technologies lab at Orrville High School...
  • The colors are presented by WCSCC Criminal Justice Students
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                          Make plans NOW to attend the 13th Annual WCSCC Senior Recognition Ceremony at The Boyer Gymnasium at Wayne College in Orrville on Thursday, May 23, 2019. Thursday, May 23, 2019 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.   Boyer Gymnasium Wayne College Orrville, Ohio   All WCSCC Seniors, 13th-Year Students and Their Families and...
  • Nursing students present check for $1500 to Pregnancy Care Center staff
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                                    SMITHVILLE – Practical Nursing students at the Wayne County Schools Career Center have just completed an incredible community service project raising $1500, triple the goal amount, for the Pregnancy Care Center (PCC) of Wayne County. The project, called “Penny in a Bottle” was done in conjunction with competition for...
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      The Wayne County Schools Career Center is seeking nominations for Distinguished Alumni Awards from area employers, past and present staff, and the community. Nomination forms can be obtained at www.wcscc.org under the “About” tab or by calling 330-669-7000, ext. 1110.             The annual awards are a means of recognizing Career Center graduates who...
  • Agricultural Workers in field
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     A new program for high school students in Wayne County with an interest in the agricultural industry will provide high school credit and also has the option to earn free college credits. The college credits will be earned through North Central State College and can transfer to most in-state and many out-of-state colleges. The new Wayne County Schools...
  • Image of Adult Education graduates
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    On September 27, WCSCC recognized over 130 adult education graduates. Students, family, friends, WCSCC staff and distinguished community members attended the ceremony held at the Career Center in the Commons.   Director of Operations and Adult Education Lynn Moomaw welcomed the graduates and attendees and Adult Education Manager Sandy Elliott presided...
  • Image of Culinary Arts students competing in Pork Contest
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    The Wayne County Schools Career Center hosted the Culinary Affair with Pork Cook-Off on Wednesday, sponsored by the Northeast Ohio Pork Producers. They provided all the food for the contest, as well as cash prizes and medals. Sullivan University of Louisville, Ky. presented scholarships to the winners. The contest began earlier this year with a pork...
  • Image of food items collected for SkillsUSA food drive
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    Blake and Lucas sort through donated items for the SkillsUSA food drive.                     Chelsea and Mora Marshall of Chippewa pack cookies in boxes for the food drive.                       Mora and Jeremiah assemble boxes for the food drive. STOCKING UP FOR THE HUNGRY - Wayne County Schools Career Center students collected 11,554 food and...
  • Educators Rising logo
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    Seven Wayne County Schools Career Center junior Early Childhood Education and Care students recently competed at the Ohio Educators Rising state conference at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus. Four students advanced to nationals in Phoenix, Az. on June 23-26. The Early Childhood junior class, formerly members of Family, Career and Community Leaders...
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    Twelve Wayne County Schools Career Center students recently placed at Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) state skill competitions at the University of Toledo. Three have qualified for the HOSA national contest, June 21-24 in Orlando, Fla. In Medical Assisting, Milagro of Smithville placed first and Erica of Norwayne placed second. Milagro is...
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    Two Wayne County Schools Career Center Early Childhood Education and Care seniors advanced to the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tenn. on July 2-7, following state competition. Esther of Wooster placed first in the leadership competition. She is the daughter of Katie of Wooster and Jeffrey,...
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    Wayne County Schools Career Center Engineering students presented eight wooden tractors they created this school year to David Santangelo and Douglas Finn, representatives of Boots, Paws and Troops, who coordinate the local Toys for Tots giveaway each Christmas in Wayne County. From left are Engineering instructor Bill Peters, Josh Squirrell and John...
  • Key Club Logo
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     Principal Matt Brown, and Key Club members Alyssa Sherwin, left, Charlie Clark, Morgan Airwyke, Milagro Cantera, Danielle Host, Samantha Graves. (back row) Kaylee Meininger, Holly Meininger, Mikayla Wilson, Hannah Urconis, Haley Yannuzzo, Kelsey Conn, Key Club Adviser Beverly Squirrell, and Emily Stutler accept a $2500 donation check from the Hagar...
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    Kendra of Smithville won first place in the business plan contest in Business Entrepreneurship at the Wayne County Schools Career Center. She is congratulated by Becky Macar of Family Pools and Spas, who donated the awards for the contest. Business Entrepreneurship students from Orrville, Rittman, Smithville, Waynedale and the Wayne County Schools...
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    Wayne County Schools Career Center Ag Mechanics FFA students received awards and recognition at the annual banquet in their Ag Mechanics/Power Technologies lab.             Bailey of Orrville was named top senior. Bailey is the son of Mary of Orrville, and also received recognition for two years of perfect attendance and a grade point average of higher...
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    Mason of Rittman unloads boxes of ink cartridges while Eliana Johnson of Chippewa assists.     Codi of Smithville, left, Dustin of Wooster, Nathan of Smithville and Johnathan of Triway help address mailings for CAMO.   Business Entrepreneurship instructor Kelly Miller, left, and Interactive Media instructor Jennifer Rue present a check of $350.25 to...
  • SkillsUSA logo
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    A Wayne County Schools Career Center Criminal Justice student qualified for SkillsUSA national competition after winning first place at the state contest in Columbus. Nationals will be in Louisville, Ky. from June 19-24. Kagan, homeschooled, placed first in Criminal Justice. He is the son of Gary and Stacie  of Wooster, and his Criminal Justice...
  • Image of Medical Assisting Students Receiving Pins
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    Seven of the 12 Medical Assisting seniors honored at the Medical Assisting pinning ceremony. Reading the names at left was Jeff Merickel. Abigail of Orrville receives her medical assisting pin from instructor Keri Merickel. Cienna of Wooster receives her medical assisting pin from instructor Keri Merickel. Twelve Wayne County Schools Career Center...
  • Image of Practical Nursing Seniors with honors and scholarship winner
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    Scholarship winner Kara, center, and honors diploma recipients Jaycie, left, Michaela, Carissa, and Rachel celebrate their completion of the Practical Nursing Program at the Career Center. Jaycie presents flowers to one of her supporters at the Career Center Practical Nursing ceremony. Kara of Hillsdale receives the “Tillie” Lorincz Scholarship from...