Student Services

Student Services

School Counseling, Special Needs & Assessment Staff:

School Counselors: 

Justin Seebach (Applied Engineering & Machining, Auto Body & Repair Technology, Carpentry, Diesel Technology, Natural Resource Conservation, Robotics, Automation, & Design, Welding)
Rhonda Snyder (Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Medical & Legal Office Professionals, Multi-Skilled Health Technologies, Practical Nursing)
Melissa Cork  (Career Connections, Computer Networking/Electronic Technology, Digital Media, Electrical Technologies, HVAC-R, Powerline, Restaurant & Food Service Operations)


Special Needs: 
Doug Bruner - VOSE (Special Needs) Coordinator - (Class of 2020, 2021 and 2022)
Debbie Manning - VOSE (Special Needs) Coordinator - (2020 and 2021)
 
Assessment:
Alisha Jefferis - Career Assessment (Secondary) - Buffalo Campus  -740.685.2156
 
Administrative Assistants: 
Abbey Vaughn- Student Services, Ext. 6304
Kerry Lear-VOSE and Fees, Ext. 6308
 


NOTICE
Annual College Credit Plus (CCP) Meeting: During Fall Parent-Teacher Conference evening event.
This is a required meeting for students wanting to take CCP classes at or through Mid East CTC - Zanesville next year.  This is not intended to replace partner school events or procedures.  Students are expected to meet CCP guidelines from both institutions. Here is the video presentation for our CCP meeting.
 
 
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