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Students review U.S. Constitution and values, rights afforded citizens
Seniors in American Government spend time reviewing U.S. Constitutional ammendements and the rights and privileges afforded citizens of our country.  The exercise was designed as a review for the students' final class assessments next week, but also as a way to prepare them to take part in the voting process in our nation. 
Hopewell preschoolers visit CCCC, learn about skills and jobs
Having fun in Culinary Arts included decorating chef’s hats, which Hopewell preschools learned have a purpose in the kitchen.  Proudly wearing their creations are [L-R]: Troy Ingle, Jackson Staugh and Aiden Barcus, who visited the Career Center as part of a class field trip.  Also pictured are Early Childhood Education student tour leader T.J. Postel (in blue), along with Culinary Arts juniors Kim Titus (kneeling) and Kerri Scheck (standing).  
NR students earn C-Saw certifications, well-set for future forestry jobs
Seventeen NR students recently earned their C-Saw Level One chainsaw safety certification after two days of classroom and hands-on instruction by licensed Master Logger Brock Couture 
CSI students wow family and friends with digital presentation
CSI students presented CSI News In Review - a digital chronology of their learning this school year - to a delighted audience of almost 100 yesterday evening.  Included where photos, live footage and student-created commercials for the  program's in-school store, Lobo-Mart. 
Upscale spa visits help shape Cos students’ career expectations and dreams
A visit to two premier Columbus salons and an instructional academy offer Cosmetology students a glimpse at required employee skills, client services, wages and employee benefits. 
Criminal Justice students visit Akron PD, learn about public safety in a metroplex
Akron Police Detective James Conley (Right) talks to visiting Coshocton County Career Center Criminal Justice students in the department's garage 
Coshocton fourth-graders make career connections
Building Trades senior Braxton Hillegass (RV) shows Coshocton Elementary School fourth grade students a blueprint of their new school site, identifying the fourth-grade wing and what various construction symbols mean in the diagram. Students also took measurements and practiced trying to saw a two-by-four board at an exact 90-degree angle. 
CCCC awarded 2014 Partner-of-the-Year by Coshocton County Developmental Disabilities
Coshocton County Joint Vocational School District Treasurer Tammy Hess holds the 2014 Partner of the Year award recently presented to the school, by Coshocton County Developmental Disability Board President Steve Oster, for their sensitivity and support of the developmentally-disabled in our community. 

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