Local Celebrity Cheyenne!
At the November Board of Education meeting, alumnus Cheyenne Nichols owner of Finest Cravings, shared her experience on Hell’s Kitchen and demonstrated her skills making chicken Marsala. Cheyenne, Sara Peterson, and Tony Stanislo collaborated putting together a delicious buffet to pair with her dish for all participants to enjoy!
On November 17, the Medina County Economic Development Corporation and sponsor Goodwill Industries International held a forum providing county superintendents to share information about their school districts.
MCCC students, faculty, and staff are very grateful for those who have served our country. Several of our career-technical majors had a special thank you. The Center Cafe offered a free lunch, Today’s Image Salon offered free haircuts, Business and Marketing Technology students offered free technology training, and Graphic Arts & Printing Technology students had a special token of appreciate for veterans.
Advisory Council Member Recognition
Superintendent Steven Chrisman and Director of Student Services & Satellite Programming Tad Fitch presented Christopher Pappas, owner of Twiisted, with the Advisory Council Member of the Year Award in appreciation for his dedication to our students! Christopher Pappas, Instructor Tracy Radabaugh, and Paraprofessionals Cricket Shaw & Becky Milewski provide their students on the job training skills at Twiisted.
Learn more about the MCCC Advisory Council.
Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Capital Conference
MCCC was invited to present at the OSBA Capital Conference to share how partnerships with area businesses and organizations provide high-quality, real-world learning experiences for students to successfully transition from school into the workforce. Presenters: Superintendent Steven Chrisman, Instructor Molly Gregg, and Student Services & Satellite Programming Tad Fitch View the presentation here.