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
This week our Emergency Services students got to spend time at the training tower working on forcible entry, ladder, and ventilation skills. Keep up the good work!
Health Careers is learning about CPR!
Southeastern Career Center is on a 2 hour delay today, February 24, 2022. No morning classes.
Congratulations to the following afternoon SkillsUSA winners. They will advance to state in April. 2nd Place- Diesel Equipment Technology-Switzerland Co.-Jaydon Day 3rd Place- Diesel Equipment Technology-Switzerland Co.- Levi Goldsberry 7th Place- Diesel Equipment Technology- Switzerland Co.-Jacob Walter
Congratulation to the following morning SkillsUSA winners. They will advance to state in April. We will post the afternoon group later today! 1st Place- Diesel Equipment Technology-South Dearborn - Justin Borntrager 1st Place-Welding II-East Central-Colton Kidwell 3rd Place-Welding I -Jennings Co. -Aron Spencer 5th Place-Welding I-East Central-Joseph Herth
Thank you to all the schools who sent their Fearless Females to join us for the day! It was so cool to get to see these young women get involved!
The Southeastern Career Center works hard everyday to insure our students are getting the education they deserve.
Good luck to all the students competing at Skills USA this weekend!
SCC students and staff, let's celebrate CTE week together with these Spirit Days and Fun Activities!