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Official Notification that Pike County Career Technology Center, PO Box 577, Piketon, OH 45661 has
been Placed on PROBATION Status by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education,
effective June 6, 2024.
 
Information from COE:
The Commission of the Council on Occupational Education met on June 5-6, 2024, to take action on accreditation matters. At the meeting, the Commission reviewed your institution’s 2021 Annual Report, 2022 Annual Report, and 2023 Annual Report.
 
Basis For Decision
The Commission discussed program compliance for student achievement. As a result, the official action of the Commission was to take the action as referenced in the subject line above. This Probation Status is issued in accordance with the following statement found in the Handbook of Accreditation: 2024 Edition, page 20:
Probation - Probation is a restrictive status imposed when, in the judgment of the
Commission, there is a violation of Standards, Criteria, and/or Conditions of the Council that
must be corrected or the institution will suffer loss of candidate status or accreditation.
Probation may be imposed for a period not to exceed one year. Imposition of this status will
not extend the original time period for compliance previously specified by the Commission
unless good cause has been demonstrated by the institution.
 
Below you will find the citation of the condition(s), standard(s), or policy(cies) violated, the statement of
violation(s) and evidence of violation(s).
 
Citation of Violation
The Handbook of Accreditation: 2024 Edition, Standard 3, Program Outcomes, page 69, states:
All programs meet the required benchmark for placement OR the institution has taken any actions
required by the Commission due to program placement rates failing to meet the required benchmark.
Statement of Violation.
 
Your institution indicated one or more programs in the 2021, 2022, and 2023 Annual Reports failed to meet one or more of the minimum benchmarks for student achievement. The timeline for compliance ended on March 15, 2024, with the submission of the 2023 Annual Report.
 
Evidence of Violation
Your institution’s Emergency Medical Technician program did not meet the Completion benchmark in the 2021 Annual Report, did not meet the Licensure benchmark in 2022 and did not meet the Placement and Licensure benchmarks in the 2023 Annual Report.
 
According to the Department of Education regulation section §602.26 (b) the institution must disclose this action to all current and prospective students within seven business days of receipt of this letter. Proof of this notification must be provided to the Council on Occupational Education (within 10 business days of receipt of this letter).



Mission

The mission of the Pike County Joint Vocational School District is to dedicate itself to instill in everyone of its students the importance of the work ethic regardless of the diversity of the population - allowing the resulting graduates to become contributing members of society and to be ethical, honest, and complete individuals.

Vision

A new generation - committed to lifelong learning.

 

Financial Aid Information

The Pike County CTC accepts the following types of financial aid: 

Community Agency Grants: WIOA, TAA, BVR, and JFS

Veterans may be eligible for approved programs. 

Certain scholarships may be used.

Tuition Payment Plans are available for some programs. 


WIOA Contact Information

Students may seek a Workforce Investment Act (WIA) grant to assist in the payment of tuition and costs. Contact your local WIA agency to obtain more information concerning the WIA application process. 

Local WIOA Offices: 

Pike County: (740) 289-2371

Jackson County: (740) 286-4181

Ross County: (866) 779-2946 Toll Free

Scioto County: (740) 354-4531

Adams/Brown: (800) 233-7891 Toll Free 


Refunds

A 100% refund will be administered if a student withdraws within the first week of the class. Once a student has attended one week of class, no refunds will be administered.


Adult Education Office Hours
Monday – Friday 8:00am-3:00pm  

Adult Education Office: (740) 289-2282 or 289-4172

Office Fax: 289-4932


Adult Education Director

Lathe Moore

Email: [email protected]  

Direct Office Phone # : 740-289-5862

Adult Education Center 
175 Beaver Creek Rd.
Piketon OH 45661


School Calendar
The school is closed during the following holidays:

Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Years Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Memorial Day.

Accreditation

The Pike County Career Technology Center is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. The Pike CTC is an Ohio Technical Center approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.


Program Approvals
EMT: Ohio Division of EMS, #215
Firefighter: Ohio Division of EMS, # 215
Nursing Assistant: Ohio Department of Health, #3651849
To request copies for review of accreditation documents contact the adult education office. 

 

Reasonable Accommodations

In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), Pike CTC recognizes that qualified students who have been diagnosed or identified as having a learning, physical, or emotional disability are entitled to reasonable accommodations. Pike CTC is committed to making every effort to providing reasonable accommodations.

Reasonable accommodation does not negate requirements for successful completion of a program or adherence to generally acceptable student code of conduct, and adherence to administrative and faculty/staff directions and instructions. In determining Pike CTC’s ability to offer reasonable accommodation to an otherwise qualified student with a disability, documentation concerning the diagnosis may be requested and each request for an accommodation will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Factors to be examined include among others:

the academic and technical standards required for admission or participation in an educational program;

the precise education-related abilities and functional limitations of the student and how those limitations could be overcome with reasonable accommodations;

the effects of the disability could be overcome with reasonable accommodation;

the nature and cost of accommodation required in relation to the school’s financial resources;

other federal, state and local regulatory requirements.


Career and Placement Services

Pike CTC provides career and placement services to students and graduates.

Career aptitude assessments are available for those seeking the right training program or career.

Career skills such as resume writing and interviewing are available. 

Local career opportunities are posted in the school.

 

Credit for Previous Training Policy

Previous credit earned at other institutions do not transfer. Students that want to switch programs once they have started must withdraw from the current program and start as a new student in the new program. The student transferring to another program would have to complete a withdraw form for the current program and meet all admission requirements for the new program.


 

GED or High School Equivalency Test Voucher Information
Contact Person:

Sharon Perkins

Pike County Career Technology Center

175 Beaver Creek Rd.

Piketon OH 45661

[email protected]

Phone Number: 740-289-5862

 

GED Age Requirements

September 14, 2016 - UPDATE

Per House Bill 113, Ohio Revised Code 3301.81 - Effective Date: Sept. 14, 2016

Rule: Ohio Administrative Code 3301-41-01 (The rule is currently going through a rule change process)

To take the Ohio High School Equivalence tests, an eligible applicant must meet the following criteria:

· A test applicant must be at least 18 years of age.

· A test applicant must be officially withdrawn from school.

· A test applicant may not have received a high school diploma or honors diploma awarded under section 3313.61, 3313.611, 3313.612, or 3325.08 of the Ohio Revised Code.

· A copy of the withdrawal form signed by a school official must be submitted to State of Ohio High School Equivalence Office.

Test applicants who are a minimum age of 16 years, but less than 18 years of age may apply under the following criteria

· A test applicant must be officially withdrawn from school.

· A test applicant may not have received a high school diploma or honors diploma awarded under section 3313.61, 3313.611, 3313.612, or 3325.08 of the Ohio Revised Code.

· A copy of the withdrawal form signed by a school official must be submitted to State of Ohio High School Equivalence Office.

· A test applicant must provide written approval from the parent, guardian or court official. A signed and notarized consent form must be submitted to the State of Ohio High School Equivalence Office.

 

 

 

 



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