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NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR DESIGN PROFESSIONAL SERVICES The Knox County Career Center Board of Education is accepting qualifications from design professionals to provide design services for a HVAC Student Training Laboratory Project. The Project is anticipated to include the design and construction administration for a new HVAC student training laboratory at Knox County Career Center. Interested firms may request an RFQ from Katherine Greenich, Superintendent, at [email protected] Qualifications will be accepted until 2:00 p.m. local time, February 3, 2023.
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Superintendent's Message

KCCC Parents,

A new year is here! I love fresh starts. I think I like education because it has so many fresh starts...a new school year, a new calendar year, and two semesters each year. 

Continue to encourage your student to live each day well, making quality decisions and giving each task they attempt their best. We have many students on advanced and early job placement which provide great opportunities for them and local businesses.
We strive each day to assist your student in becoming the professionals that we all want them to become. We join you in the teamwork it takes to navigate the high school years. Coming prepared to learn and work with their ID, uniform, and a good attitude is a great start to each day.

Follow us on social media outlets for up-to-date information on the awesome things happening at KCCC. 

Serving alongside you,
Mrs. Greenich
Superintendent


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