HOLMES COUNTY EDUCATION FOUNDATION Contact Information – 114 N. Clay St., Millersburg, (330) 6747303, fax (330) 674-7313, www.hcef.net, www.facebook.com/ hc.educationfoundation, email@example.com. Executive Director – Darla Stitzlein Administrative Assistant – Kaeli R. Dial Trustees – John R. Waltman, Linda L. Angelo, Judge Robert D. Rinfret, Michael K. Taylor and Julian L. Coblentz Purpose – Provides the community with key opportunities for further education.
AREA CAREER CENTERS BUCKEYE CAREER CENTER
Contact Information – 545 University Dr. NE, New Philadelphia, (330) 3392288 or (800)227-1665, www. buckeyecareercenter.org. 2015-16 Enrollment – 751 in house; 450 enrolled in satellite Contact Information – 741 Winkler Dr., Wooster, (330) 345programs 6771, fax (330) 345-7622, www.youresc.k12.oh.us. Superintendent – Bob Alsept Superintendent – James Ritchie Member Districts – Carrollton, Treasurer – Mary Workman Claymont, Conotton Valley, Dover, Director of Curriculum – Kris Pipes-Perone East Holmes, Garaway, Indian Director of Special Education – Dr. Deborah Williams Valley, New Philadelphia, Newcomerstown, Strasburg, and Director of Operations & Programs – Richard E. Thomas Tuscarawas Valley School Districts Purpose – Serves schools in Ashland, Holmes and Wayne Career Tech Programs – Agriculture & Diesel Technology; Counties through its staff of professional educational Auto Collision Repair; Auto Technology; Career Based consultants and directors. Provides shared/cooperative services to minimize costs and maximize resources in the areas Intervention; Commercial TruckTechnology; CAD/ Development & Design; ComputerTechnology/Network of preschool, school improvement, instructional technology, Systems; Construction Technology(Carpentry); Cosmetology; school psychology, speech/ OT/PT therapy, professional Culinary Arts/Chef Training;Custodial Services; Early development, gifted education, special needs education and Childhood Education; Energy Operations; Exercise Science alternative education. & Sports Medicine; Floriculture; Graphic Arts;Heating, TCESC personnel work in each school with teachers and Ventilating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (HVACR); administrators to review, revise and realign curriculum, Hospitality Services; Industrial Electricity; Intro to Nursing; instructional and assessment strategies to optimize learning Landscaping; Law Enforcement; Masonry; Meat Cutting, Deli and student achievement on state assessments. & Bakery; Medical Assisting; Natural Resources; Outdoor Power Equipment Technology; Performing Arts; Pharmacy Tech; Precision Machining; Teaching Professions; Welding. Academic Classes – English, Math (Algebra I & II, Trigonometry, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Business Math), Science (Environmental Science, Biology, Earth and Space Science, Physical Science, Botany, Anatomy, Physics, Chemistry), Project Lead the Way (Pre-Engineering), Social Contact Information – 8001 TR 574, Holmesville; (330) 674Studies (Government, Geography, American History, Current 8045, fax (330) 674-5182, www.holmesdd.org Events, Psychology, Sociology). Superintendent – Marianne Mader, firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant Administrator/Adult Services Director – Sheri Martin Student Activities – (in addition to those at students’ home school) – BPA (Business Professionals of America), FFA Special Education Supervisor – Rhoda Mast (For students in Agricultural Careers), FCCLA (Family Business/Personnel Manager – Curtis Goehring Career & Community Leaders of America), SkillsUSA (an Holmes County Board of DD Members – Myron Stutzman, organization for students enrolled in training programs chairperson; Jay McCulloch, vice-chairperson; Chris Goines, in technical, skilled, and service occupations, including secretary; Bob Boss; Andrew Yoder; Abe Yoder; Kathy health occupations), National Technical Honor Society, and Schlabach Leadership Council, HOSA (Health Occupations Students of Services - for infants, students and adults with developmental America). disabilities. Adult Education – Part-time and full-time classes, 40th Annual Spring Festival – May 14, 2016. Entertainment/ food/volleyball/auction preview on Friday, May 13 at 5:30 p.m. customized training, apprenticeship training, GED/ABLE classes, business and industry training and work force Saturday: Breakfast at 7 a.m., Craft/Furniture Auction at development, independent study, and career assessment 9 a.m., Quilt Auction at 2 p.m.; activities all day, children’s games. All proceeds beneﬁt the children and adults enrolled at services. Offering SafelandUSA training, which is required for anyone working in the oil and gas industry. the Training Center and their families.
TRI-COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTER
HOLMES COUNTY TRAINING CENTER BOARD OF DEVELOPMENT DISABILITIES
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