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Special Events


Career Exploration Days!

Associate schools' sophomores visited labs and learned about career opportunities available by attending Four County.  Thanks to all the FCCC students who helped out and especially the Student Ambassadors who braved the cold waiting for the buses to arrive!

Click here to see students as they visited the labs!


Veterans Day

FCCC was pleased to host John Prazynski who served as a Fuel Systems Mechanic in the U.S. Air Force. He talked to the students about his time in the Air Force and about his son, Lance Corporal Taylor Prazynski who was killed in Iraq as a Rifleman in the U.S. Marines. He shared his experience as a "Gold Star" parent and through perseverance using this tragedy to overcome by taking something bad in his life and making something good come from it. He talked about how they support arm forces charities that help support service people and families of service people. Thank you Mr. Prazynski for spending time with our students!




50th Anniversary Celebration Program


WTOL Channel 11 - Your Day

Superintendent Tim Meister was a guest this morning on WTOL Channel 11 "Your Day." He talked about the upcoming 50th Anniversary Celebration being held October 15 with Open House from 6:00-7:00 p.m. and the Celebration Program at 7:00 p.m. as well as all the great things happening at the Career Center!


Watch the "Your Day" Interview with Mr. Meister



Military Emblems Created by Career Center Students on

Display in Congressman Latta’s Washington Office

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington office of Congressman Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green) will now feature military logos created by students at Four County Career Center. Emblems representing five military branches, the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, and Navy are now on display. Latta recently toured career centers throughout the district, including Four County. While there, he toured the robotics lab and spoke with students about the programs offered at the school and what they planned to do after they graduated.

Latta recently relocated to office 2467 in the Rayburn House Office Building.

“As I toured career centers throughout Northwest and West Central Ohio, I was able to see what students in our area were learning as they prepare to enter the workforce. I was blown away by the skill and creativity on display, and it’s a testament to the educators that are putting these students on a path to success. Now, anyone who visits my Washington office will be able to see the great work that is occurring at our region’s career centers. Even better, this display pays tribute to the men and women that serve our nation in the military.”


Patriot Day

As a tribute to those who lost their lives and to acknowledge the 17th Anniversary of 9-11, students from the Fire & Rescue and Law Enforcement & Security Tactics classes along with instructors Tonya Fisher and Kevin Thomas, held a Remembrance Ceremony in honor of Patriot Day. During the ceremony the National Anthem was sung by Dani Reimund, Firefighter/Paramedic at Highland Township Fire Department. Members of the Color Guard included Law Enforcement & Security Tactics students Cheyenne Wyse (Delta); Makayla Joseph (Delta); Mia Beltran (Delta); Nick Rowland (Liberty Center); and Fire & Rescue student Dalton Richards (Delta). Color Guard students lowered the flag to half mast in respect for the day. Following a moment of silence in respect for those who have sacrificed so that we may be safe, Taps was played by Ellie Cichocki, Job Placement/Workforce Development Coordinator. Also present during the ceremony were representatives from Archbold Police Department, Henry County Sheriff’s Department, State Highway Patrol, and the Ridgeville Fire Department. Patriot Day ribbons made by the Floral Design class were distributed to all students and staff to wear for the day. Always Remember--Don’t Ever Forget---09-11-01.


Patriot Day Video