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Laurel Oaks hosts community events for families of sophomores

As area sophomores begin to think about careers and their future in high school and beyond, they often have questions.  With that in mind, instructors and staff from Laurel Oaks Career Campus will visit several communities and host pizza parties at three area restaurants during January.

Free pizza and answers about Laurel Oaks career and college preparation will be served to area sophomores and their families at:

Pizza Hut, 1461 N. High Street, Hillsboro on Thursday, January 5 from 5-7 pm.

Pizza Hut, 409 S. Elm St., WCH on Thursday, January 12 from 5-7 pm.

Generations Pizza 100 Lowes Drive, Wilmington on Tuesday, January 17 from 5-7 pm.

Students and parents are invited to stop by anytime during the hours listed.

Laurel Oaks Career Campus offers career majors for high school juniors and seniors in Animal Science and Management, Automotive Technology-Collision, Automotive Technology-Mechanics, Aviation Maintenance Technician, CareerX, Computer Service Technician and Networking, Cosmetology, Digital Arts and Design, Early Childhood Education, Equine Science and Management, Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, Health Technology, Industrial Diesel Mechanics, Masonry, and Welding.

Two new majors will be offered this fall:  For juniors and seniors, Heavy Equipment Operations and Engineering; and for seniors, College Agriculture in cooperation with Southern State Community College.

Laurel Oaks serves students living in the Blanchester, Clinton-Massie, East Clinton, Fairfield/Highland County, Hillsboro, Lynchburg-Clay, Greenfield, Miami Trace, Washington Court House, and Wilmington school districts, along with all 36 districts in the Great Oaks system.

For more information about the pizza events or Laurel Oaks, contact Bill Davis, Laurel Oaks Career Specialist, at davisw@greatoaks.com or 937.655.5407.

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