Buckeye Career Center Morning Announcements
-Congratulations to those who competed at BPA nationals this past weekend!
-On May 16th & 17th, next week, we will be holding Career Exploration Days. You will NOT report to BCC on these days, students need to arrange to visit businesses, industrial settings, visit colleges, or any post-secondary school, visit military recruits, complete job applications, shadow someone in your career area, participate in an interview here at BCC, or if you are presently employed, you may work. All students need to determine their activities and have your pre-approval form completed and turned into your lab instructor by Monday, May 13. On both Career Exploration days, there will be no transportation to BCC. Students will be counted absent if your verification forms are not turned in by May 20.
-Attention seniors – you have 7 school days to complete all course work. Senior grades will be due Wednesday May, 15.
-Seniors will be turning in laptops on Friday May 17. Please make sure you have your chargers as well. If your device is lost or stolen, you will be responsible for the cost.
-This Friday we will be holding Home School meetings, we will be on activity schedule.
-Our drug free cookout will be held this Friday from 11-12 and is sponsored by Skyline Homes. Remember you must have your card to participate – no exceptions.
-As we quickly approach the Awards Ceremony here are a few reminders for seniors. In order to participate you must have: a C average in your lab. Must have passed all classes to earn your credits. ALL fees must be paid – that deadline is this Friday. No more than 15 days absent.
-Also remember that our awards ceremony is a formal dignified event, any misbehavior, disrespect, immorality, or pranks leading up to the ceremony will disqualify you from participating in this special event. Remember – no writing, artwork, or decorating of any kind is permitted on your graduation cap. Practice for the Awards Ceremony is May 17th, Last day for seniors is May 23rd.
-There is a scholarship in guidance for any student whose parent or guardian is a member of one of the local unions affiliated and in good standing with the Hall of Fame Central Labor Council – the AFL-CIO, they are awarding 4- $500.00 scholarships.
“People who succeed have momentum. The more they succeed, the more they want to succeed and the more they find a way to succeed. Similarly, when someone is failing, the tendency is to get on a downward spiral that can even become a self-fulfilling prophecy.” Tony Robbins