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Public Safety Open House

Four County Career Center’s Adult Workforce Education Public Safety Division hosted an Open House at it’s newest location in the Arrowhead Business Park in Maumee. The “Four County Career Center - Arrowhead,” located at 1545 Holland Road, Suite D in Maumee is open and ready to meet the needs of the Toledo Metropolitan areas with the newest technology in fire and EMS education.

Four County Career Center - Arrowhead holds the “Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs” which is a National Accreditation. This allows them to offer training in the American Heart Association - BLS/Healthcare Provider; Advanced Cardiac Life Support; Pediatric Advanced Life Support; Pediatric Emergencies for Pre-hospital Providers; RN to Medic; and a Critical Care Training Program.

Shown above during the Open House are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Tom Samson, Arrowhead Administrative Director/Paramedic Program Director; Alex Hennessy, Public Safety Instructor; Jake Hoffman, Public Safety Instructor; Dan Frederick, Public Safety Coordinator; Scott Palmer, Arrowhead Office Manager; and Brian Baker, Career Center Board of Education member.

Call 800-589-3334 Ext. 2703 or check out the Four County Career Center’s website at www.fourcounty.net for more information on all the educational opportunities available.


October Students of the Month

 

Four County Career Center is pleased to announce Adina Rhoads from Liberty Center High School as Student of the Month. Adina is the daughter of Robert and Rose Rhoads and is a senior in the Early Childhood Education program at the Career Center. Adina was nominated by her instructor, Mrs. Myers. She is a member of Family, Career & Community Leaders of America, the National Technical Honor Society, and the Career Center Honor Roll. After Adina graduates she plans on attending college to become a high school teacher.

 

 

Four County Career Center is pleased to announce Jesse Branham from Edgerton High School as Student of the Month. Jesse is the son of Rex and Sherry Branham and is a senior in the Diesel Mechanics program at the Career Center. Jesse was nominated by the Job Placement Coordinator, Mrs. Cichocki. He is a member of FFA and is on the Career Center Honor Roll. Jesse is also a part of the Job Placement - Bridge program and receives class credit for working at Flegal Trucking in Edgerton. After Jesse graduates he plans to continue working as a diesel mechanic.

 

 

 

Four County Career Center is pleased to announce Caitlin Meade from Hilltop High School as Student of the Month. Caitlin is the daughter of Carolyn Meade and is a junior in the Computer Networking & Repair program at the Career Center. Caitlin was nominated by her academic instructor, Ms. Sweet. She is a member of Skills USA, and Business Professionals of America. At Hilltop High School she is a member of the drama club. After Caitlin graduates she plans on attending college in computer networking.

 

 

 

 

Four County Career Center is pleased to announce Jessica Suboski from Hilltop High School as Student of the Month. Jessica is the daughter of Donna Briskey and Brian Suboski and is a senior in the Health Careers program at the Career Center. Jessica was nominated by her instructor, Mrs. Hill. She is a member of Health Occupations Students of America and the Career Center Honor Roll. At Hilltop High School she is a member of the softball team. After Jessica graduates she plans on attending college to become a paramedic.

 

 

 

 

 

Four County Career Center is pleased to announce Kyri Buchanan from Hilltop High School as Student of the Month. Kyri is the daughter of Chris and Chrissy Layman and is a senior in the Interior Design program at the Career Center. Kyri was nominated by her instructor, Mrs. Hall. She is a member of Family, Career & Community Leaders of America. After Kyri graduates she plans on attending college for graphic design.

 

 

 

 

 

Four County Career Center is pleased to announce Samuel Friesen from Bryan High School as Student of the Month. Samuel is the son of Kevin and Michelle Friesen and is a senior in the Auto Collision Repair program at the Career Center. Samuel was nominated by his instructor, Mr. Hootman. He is a member of Skills USA. After Samuel graduates he plans to continue working in auto body.

 

 

Students who achieve this recognition throughout the 2014-2015 school year are honored with a certificate of recognition.


2014-2015 Senior Student Council

Four County Career Center has selected seniors to the 2014-2015 Student Council. Student Council sponsors the school-wide blood drives, Christmas For Kids fund raiser, the Spring dance, and the paper recycling program at the Career Center. Students include (FRONT - LEFT TO RIGHT) Phoebe Burke, Floriculture (Napoleon); Jolyssa Tedrow, Veterinarian Assistant (Delta); President - Naomi Diaz, Interior Design (Stryker); Vice-President - Samantha Burdine, Law Enforcement & Security Tactics (Hilltop); Lindsey White, Veterinarian Assistant; Paper Recycling Crew Co-Leader - Jordan Neumann, Early Childhood Education (Hicksville); Paper Recycling Crew Co-Leader - James Perry, Law Enforcement & Security Tactics (Stryker); Melina Garcia, Interior Design (Defiance); Erika Reyes, Interior Design (Defiance); Cameron Duke, Computer Design/3D Modeling (Bryan); Danielle Liechty, Work Transition (Holgate); (BACK - LEFT TO RIGHT) Reiley Smith, Medical Office Technologies (Holgate); Paige Robeson, Heatlh Carrers (Napoleon); Erin Marshall, Health Careers (Fairview); Delvan Kittle, Auto Collision Repair (Fairview); Jeffery Sparks, Computer Networking & Repair; Bailey Collins, Fire & Rescue (Fairview); Job Knepper, Industrial Services (Napoleon); Austin Anaya, Industrial Services (Napoleon); and Makenzy Huffman-Bowers, Fire & Rescue (Bryan). Student Council Advisor is Angela Ballard, Vocational Special Education Coordinator.


ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Four County Career Center staff has brought awareness of ALS and raised $745 for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge after a challenge from Vanguard Tech Center & Sentinel CTC Superintendent Greg Edinger and his staff. The Career Center now challenges Penta Career Center Superintendent Ron Matter and his staff to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and encourages other career centers to continue this challenge. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is a fundraising effort that has gone viral on social media and raised millions of dollars for ALS research. Several staff members’ families have been affected by this disease and the Career Center wants to show their support to those families.

Shown above pouring ice water with the front-end loader over Superintendent Tim Meister is Ray Varner. In the next photo staff members (BACK - LEFT TO RIGHT) Kim Waldvogel; Susan Sweet; Angela Zetter; Stephanie Pippin; Matt Zwyer; Linda Mahnke; and Donna Badenhop donated the most money are given the honor of pouring ice water over school administrators (FRONT - LEFT TO RIGHT) Rick Hupe; Lisa Hite; Tami Kunesh; Rick Bachman; Jennifer Bonner; Tony McCord; and Bill Jeffery.


Congressman Latta Visits Career Center

Four County Career Center was pleased to host Congressman Bob Latta as he toured the new addition to the school and visited with students. During his visit he spent time talking to government students about the importance of registering to vote and their role in the voting process in the United States. He also took time to speak with two Early Childhood Education students who spearheaded raising money for the Four County Adamhs Board Suicide Coalition and the Mikayla Smith Memorial Scholarship. Their goal was to not only raise money but to spread awareness about suicide prevention and they presented Congressman Latta with a yellow ribbon to wear in support of this. Superintendent Tim Meister also relayed to Congressman Latta the school’s gratitude for his continued support of career and technical education and Four County Career Center.

Shown above during his visit are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Congressman Latta with Early Childhood Education students Breann Martinez (Liberty Center); and Kaci Hunt (Bryan); and Early Childhood Education instructor Susan Myers.


Cosmetology Salon Opens

Four County Career Center Cosmetology Salon will open to the public on October 2, 2014.

Clinic hours this year are 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. every Thursday and Friday that the Career Center is open. Walk-ins and appointments are accepted during these hours. No appointments or customers will be accepted after 1:00 p.m. and no chemical service appointments after 12:00 noon. This year the salon will be offering a savings to customers who make appointments for services after 11:30 a.m.

Being a full service salon, we offer the following services--perms, nails (including the new gelish polish), manicures, pedicures, facials, hair color services, haircuts and hair styling.

All services are performed by Four County Career Center Senior Cosmetology students under the supervision of licensed cosmetologists, senior instructor Kim Dunbar, and junior instructors Krista Whetro and Jill Westhoven, using the newest procedures and equipment.

Clinic patrons are charged a minimal cost to cover materials and supplies.

To make an appointment or for information call the Four County Career Center Cosmetology Clinic at 1-800-589-3334, Ext. 2234. Reserved parking is available near the entrance to the clinic, which is located at the east end of Four County Career Center.