Students are required to complete 6 hours of community service during their senior year to participate in the GWEC. Here is a list of organizations that students can consider to complete their hours. Students are able to volunteer at an organization not listed here as long as the service hours benefit the community (not individuals), students are not getting paid for their time, and students are not receiving a grade for their participation. Mrs. Teter is happy to answer any questions about volunteering- please reach out to her if you have any!Service List
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Nine School Corporations join forces to establish the first area vocational center for Johnson and Marion County.
April 28th, 1970
A temporary Governing Board is established and Richard Thomas is elected as the first (temporary) president.
The board makes a proposal for a Continuous Feasibility Study for an area vocational school.
September 21, 1970
Board members review (and choose a site for campus).
October 8th, 1970
Board members vote to name the center; Central Nine Vocational Technical School.
Other names that were up for consideration: “John-Mar” (or “Johnson-Marion”), “Central Nine”, “Leatherwood”, and “whetzel Trace”.
April 15th, 1971
Architect, Ray Thompson, from James Associates presents the final site and building plans for Central Nine.
May 13th, 1971
James E. Hixson is made the first director of Central Nine.