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High School Open House for 1st Year Students

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First-year students and one parent or guardian are invited to an open house to speak with staff and see your labs. We ask that you please attend on the day your academy is scheduled and follow Covid-19 guidelines including wearing a mask while in the building.
Each meeting will take place from 5:00pm until 7:00pm at our main campus location. Health Academy (8/10): Dental Assisting, Medical Assisting, Nursing, Patient Care TechnicianServices Academy (8/11): Agriscience, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Ed., Hospitality & Tourism, Criminal Justice, Vet ScienceTechnology Academy (8/12): Clean Energy Tech./HVAC, Energy & Power, Graphic Design, Machining & Robotics, Mass Media Engineering, NetworkingTrades Academy (8/13): Auto Collision, Auto Technology, Building Maintenance, Carpentry, Heavy Equipment Operations and Repair, Welding

High School Restart Plan

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Schools throughout the state of Ohio have been working on plans for a safe and responsible back-to-school season. Students attend CCTC to develop skills and earn credentials to make them ready to work out of high school or prepare them for success. These are skills that require hands-on experience and are difficult to achieve in a remote learning environment. This is why we have been working with the Lawrence County Health Department, the Lawrence County JVSD Teacher’s Association, and the county’s seven school districts to create a plan. Together we have developed a plan that is adaptive to the current state of the virus and safely allows our students to pursue the career goals at the career center. Below are some of the highlights of the CCTC high school restart plan. You are encouraged to read the full plan by clicking here.As of this posting, the first day of the school year will be Monday, August 24th.Student attendance is based on the county’s status as determined by the Ohio Pu…

High School COVID-19 Survey

Dear Parent or Guardian:
We hope you and your student(s) are enjoying your summer!  We look forward to seeing everyone again in the fall!  I know there are many unanswered questions regarding how the upcoming school year will look with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and we will continue to pass the information along to you as plans are made. To ensure that we provide the best quality instruction to all of our students, we are collecting information regarding internet access and a preferred method of instruction.
Note: You do not need to complete the paper survey that you received in the mail when you complete this online survey.
Click here to complete the survey.
Sincerely, Jim Howard, Principal

2020 Completion Ceremony

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UPDATED (May 22, 2019):
We are no longer accepting photos for the virtual completion ceremony.
UPDATED (May 12, 2020):
We will be streaming our 2020 Virtual Completion Ceremony on Friday, May 29th at 6:00 pm. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine will have a special message for CCTC graduates. The event will be streamed on our Facebook and YouTube pages as well as on our website. Information on submitting photos can be found in the original post below. The stream will remain on our social media pages indefinitely, but we will provide a link to download the video for those of you who wish to keep your own copy.
ORIGINAL (May 4, 2020):
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced society to cancel so many events. None of those are more sacred to us than our completion ceremony. We all agree that our students deserve recognition for their accomplishments. Unfortunately, we also have to weigh the risk that a large gathering of people creates during our current crisis. For that reason, we are not able to conduct a tr…

ACT WorkKeys Testing Resumes

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We are resuming WorkKeys testing for incoming adult education students in May. Testing will be limited to ten students per session in order to ensure safe social distancing. Please complete the form below to request a test date and someone from the adult admissions will reach out to you to schedule a time.

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High School Due Dates and Computer Turn-Ins

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High School Students and Parents,

Hello again! We have been thinking about you all and hope you are doing well. You are probably aware of the order Governor DeWine made on Monday. If you are not aware, he stated that Ohio schools will continue to conduct distance learning through the end of this school year. Clearly, there are a lot of unanswered questions about how the remainder of the school year will be handled for high school students here at Collins Career Technical Center.
Current School Work We conducted a total of four work exchange events on April 8th and April 9th where students could turn in their completed work and receive their next packet of work. Packets were mailed to students who do not have internet access. Senior work is considered complete with the first packet of work and should not expect a second paper packet. The work drop off box for paper assignments remains open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. It is located at the high sc…

Baby Supplies Giveaway

ServOhio Community Resilience ProgramCollins Cares for The Little Ones!

As we continue to face the challenge of the COVID-19 Pandemic, we understand that our families may need a helping hand -- especially those caring for very young children and needing to avoid public exposure when picking up basic necessities.

The CCTC Student Services staff will be conducting a distribution of baby diapers for any member of our community. This will take place on Tuesday, April 14th at the Coal Grove Campus 120 Marion Pike in Coal Grove from 11:00am-1:00pm.

In order to ensure safety, we will be utilizing a drive-thru format:  Simply pull up to the main entrance, stay in your vehicle, and pop the trunk!  A staff member will ask for your name and place your order in your vehicle :)

Please fill out the attached form if you are interested, and follow the instructions.

Click Here to Complete the Form

Sincerely, Adam Fry CCTC Student Services Director

TEAS Testing Postponed

The TEAS test scheduled for April 20th will be postponed until May. The new testing date will be announced here as well as our social media outlets.

WorkKeys Testing Postponed

We have suspended all WorkKeys testing until May. You can keep and eye on testing dates on our school calendar.

Update for High School Students and Families

As you are probably aware, Governor Dewine has issued an order that keeps Ohio's K-12 schools engaged in distance learning through May 1st. This new timeline would push back our return date to May 4th. It is possible that the Governor may extend that through the remainder of the school year. Our goal, as always, is to provide our students with learning opportunities in a safe environment. Our teachers have been instructed to prepare materials for students to complete during our time away from the school building.

Students who have access to the internet will be participating in learning through Google Classroom, CCTC Moodle courses, and a number of other resources that have been communicated to them via their instructor. Students without regular internet access will be able to collect paper learning packets to exchange completed work for new work at four different times and locations.
Main Campus Exchange: Wednesday, April 8th, from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.Co…

Letter from Superintendent Dodgoin

Dear Parents/Guardians,

The health and safety of everyone in our community is a critical concern of the school districts board, administration, and staff. You have likely been following the news regarding the coronavirus, also call COVID-19, and the confirmed cases in the Unites States. Though the virus most often only causes mild illness and the current overall risk is low, it can still be fatal in some cases.

The Collins Career Technical Center is taking the guidance from the Ohio Department of Health (OOH) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) very seriously and following their planning and preparation recommendations. There are a number of preventive measures we all can take to reduce risks of illness and the coronavirus, as recommended by the Ohio Department of Health including:

Washing hands for at least 20 seconds, or using hand sanitizer if soap and water are unavailable.Avoiding contact with your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.Avoiding contact with persons who …