Mid-Ohio ESC is hosting a College Credit Plus (CCP) meeting on Tuesday, October 16, 6-7 pm. Find out how your student may take college classes next year for FREE! Hear from Marion Tech, OSU Mansfield, Ashland University, North Central State College
Just a quick reminder about closings and delays- If your home school is closed due to reasons other than inclement weather but Pioneer is open, report to Pioneer at the usual start time. This includes holidays, breaks and inservice days. Your absence will be considered unexcused if you do not come to school.
The Pioneer Cosmetology Salon is now open! Salon hours are 8:10 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (morning lab) and 11:45 a.m. - 2:10 p.m. (afternoon lab), Monday - Thursday. We offer salon services consisting of styling, haircuts, hair color, perms, manicures, pedicures, facials and waxing.
Pioneer Career and Technology Center is hosting Welcome Week Tuesday, August 7th 9-3; Wednesday, August 8th 9-3; Thursday, August 9th 12-6.Welcome Week is when Pioneer high school students are invited to visit the building, register, pick up schedules, have their picture ID made and pay school fees for the school year. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to visit our website at www.PioneerCTC.edu prior to Welcome Week to download and complete the required student forms. If you do not have access to the internet or a printer, please come prepared with phone numbers and addresses of emergency contacts (including dentist, doctor, and hospital information.)
The National Leadership Conference for FCCLA took place this past week in Atlanta, Georgia. Destinee Hunt, who is a Pioneer Performing Arts student attending Pioneer Career & Technology Center from Crestline High School was a Silver Medal winner in Illustrated Talk. In the photo with her is Devon Reed who received a Gold Medal in Career Investigation. He will be attending Pioneer as a Junior for the 2018-2019 school year in Criminal Justice.
Thank you Mrs. Bruce for a job well done in competing on the National level for the 9th straight year in a row and 10 total trips to nationals! You are amazing!
The HOSA Internationals competition in Dallas, Texas went well this past week. Out of the nine Pioneer students participating we had two that finished 8th place in Community Awareness. They were Destiny Rose, from Lexington High School, and Elyse Bishop, from Buckeye Central High School. We also had one student advance to the second round of competition and that was the only junior on the trip, Alexis Bise, from Ontario High School. Chaperones and students all had a good time and it was exciting and an honor to have these fine young ladies as our representatives for Pioneer Career & Technology Center.
Pioneer celebrates our graduating seniors Friday, May 11 at Senior Moments. Although we are out of tickets for this event it will be streamed live starting at 8:45 and 12:45 (the students are split into two groups in order to accomodate more people).