For the 2022-23 school year the Southeastern Career Center has decided to use PowerSchool to improve communication and the ability to monitor student performance. For more information follow the link below: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220516005842/en/Southeastern-Career-Center-Selects-PowerSchool-to-Improve-Districtwide-Collaboration-and-Student-Performance-Monitoring-Capabilities
Another huge Thank You to the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps Flying Tigers Squadron for presenting the colors at graduation. We appreciate you and everything that you do!
Thank you to the Ripley County Resource Officers for your services at the SCC Graduation Ceremony. We are very blessed to have such amazing people keeping us safe. Once again, a big thank you to Officer Dan Goris (left), Office Noel Houze (middle), and Officer Edward Rodriguez (right)!
THIS Thursday....SCC Graduation....May 12th Where? South Ripley High School Who is walking? Our seniors & completers of their program What time? 6pm (last about 1hr)...... Students, please arrive @ 5pm Attire for students: Wear your home school's cap & gown; if you are an underclassman, please wear business casual. **SCC students have school until May 24th. This event has to take place earlier due to our 11 partnering schools end of the year events.
Come join our Cosmetology students for Princess Day! The event will take place on Wednesday, June 1, 2022. There will be two sessions, the AM session will go from 9am - 11am, and the afternoon session will go from 12pm - 2pm. To register for the event fill out the appropriate form listed below! AM Session - https://forms.gle/LbNdFapzEYCZo7eU8 PM Session- https://forms.gle/qpuUktFdsbA5PCck6.
Come support HOSA and the Southeastern Career Center!
A huge thank you to all of our teachers here at the Career Center. You truly are amazing, and make an impact in our community each and everyday. Also, a big thanks to Iron Timbers for providing lunch to our wonderful staff here at SCC!
Come join us for Cosmetology Orientation Day!
Recently, 19 students competed at the State HOSA leadership conference in Indianapolis. Lanie Nicholson placed third in Dental Science and Blaklee Birge placed second in Researched Persuasive Writing and Speaking. Both students are eligible to participate at the International Leadership conference in Nashville, TN in June! Blaklee was also awarded a $8000 scholarship from Sullivan University. Your top ten finishers were: Kailee Baker (Dental Science), Daisy Hoevener (Clinical Specialty), Elanor Honnert and Brailea Kieffer (Health Education), and Hannah Sampson (Extemporaneous Writing). SCC is proud of all the students who competed!
The students have become the teachers! Recently, Work Based Learning and Criminal Justice students were able to learn some emergency first aid skills from Health Career Students! Students went to various stations to learn about: CPR, Shock, Bleeding, Splinting, Puncture wound/eye injuries, Heat Stroke, Poisoning, Dressing, Stroke, Burns, Cold exposure, and Nose Bleeds. This gave students the ability to know what to do when in an emergency situation.
The Southeastern Career Center hosted a blood drive! Students and staff rolled up their sleeves to save lives. It is amazing to see students showing up for a good cause. In total, 41 units of blood were collected potentially helping 123 patients! Well done SCC!!
SCC wants to say a big congratulations to all the students who participated in the State SkillsUSA competition this weekend. Our Building Trades PM team received a Bronze metal for the Teamworks Competition. This team consisted of Jared Imlay (Jennings County), Evan Rinear (Jac-Cen-Del), Eligh Gabbard-Heitz (Jennings County), and Conner Yorn (South Ripley). Our Building Trades AM team received a Silver metal for the Teamworks Competition. This team consisted of Jackson Chipman (South Dearborn), Justin Harper (East Central), Hunter Booth (South Dearborn), and Kellen Boggs (Jennings County). In addition, Jonathan Caudill (East Central) from the Electrical Trades program received second place for Industrial Motor Control. Our Facility Maintenance students also received multiple awards. Tyler Devor (Jennings County) received gold for the Facilithon. Joseph Miller (East Central) received gold for Action Skills. A team of Braden Immenhort (Soutwestern) and Joshua Finley (Jennings County) received gold for Community Service Project. Collin Woolf (Southwestern) received bronze for Employment Application Processes. We also had multiple winners for the Building Maintenance category, Collin Woolf (Southwestern) received gold, Jacob Hopkins (Lawrenceburg) received silver, and Kane Ferreira (Lawrenceburg) received bronze. Once again, congratulations for your accomplishments. The Southeastern Career Center is proud of all the students who have competed in the SkillsUSA competitions.
It will be here before you know it! Save the Date. #SCCPRIDE At this years graduation, we are recognizing all seniors and completers of their program. Seniors wear their home school cap and gown. If they are a junior or sophomore completer, please wear business casual.
Work Based Learning students learned how to tie-a-tie!
1st Annual Cosmo Catwalk! Here are the PM student results!
1st Annual Cosmo Catwalk! Here are the AM results!
Heavy Machinery students with their recently completed machinist jacks. Keep up the good work!
Welcome back students! Today was a successful first day back from Spring Break!
Thank you to Lexi Bushorn & Erica Hicks from the Ripley County Health Department for providing Infant Safe Sleep & car seat education to our Health Career II & Work Based Learning students.
Graduation ~ Save the Date