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Students Involved in Spring Sports at Their Associate Schools

Students can still be involved in sports at their associate schools including......track, softball & baseball.


One-to-One & BYOD Learning

Four County Career Center has implemented “One-to-One Learning” and “BYOD” (Bring Your Own Device)computer programs where each student will either receive a laptop computer or iPad for their use during enrollment at the Career Center or bring their personal laptop or tablet from home and use them for educational applications and school activities in the classroom. School related activities could include taking notes, doing research, creating projects, communicating with student and teachers, and senior projects.

Four County has always attempted to stay at the forefront of technology and it is our endeavor to continue that momentum. The Career Center believes that tools such as virtualization and applications like My Big Campus have opened the door for a successful One-to-One Learning and BYOD program.

Four County is a wireless zone where the students have controlled access to the internet for research. Each student will be assessed a Technology Fee per semester billed at the beginning of each new school year. The purpose of the Student Technology Fee is to enhance the educational programs of students through the use of information technologies.

New job and career planning tool for students - OhioMeansJobs K-12

Students now have an exciting, robust online tool to guide students through job and career exploration. OhioMeansJobs K-12 is a no-cost career planning resource that focuses on opportunities available in Ohio. This tool lets students create a profile of their interests. It also provides career information, a plan and budget for education and training, possible occupations and potential salaries. Get started at OhioMeansJobs.com and click on the K-12 icon (cardinal with a graduation cap). On the site, click on the “Explore It” menu, which includes an interest survey for middle school, a profile for the student’s interests, a search feature for occupations, earnings and training and a budget tool for living on your own. This tool replaces the former Ohio Career Information System and is available to any student and school in Ohio.