Policy & Student Handbook
Students attending the PLCC Adult Training Center are expected to adhere to all regulations set forth by the PLCC Board of Education and the PLCC Adult Education Student Handbook.
In the event of inclement weather, local radio and television stations will broadcast an announcement pertaining to the closing. DAY SCHOOL CLOSING DOES NOT NECESSARILY MEAN THAT EVENING ADULT CLASSES ARE CANCELED. CHECK THIS WEB SITE AFTER 2PM.
If an adult education class is canceled due to an emergency, weather condition, or teacher absence, a makeup class may be scheduled at the discretion of PLCC.
Students who successfully complete a full-time program will receive a Career Passport, which includes a Certificate of Completion, transcript, list of competencies learned, and more. Completion standards include a minimum of 90% attendance and a “C” average (requirements in some programs may be higher).
Portage Lakes Career Center does not grant credits and any credit awarded is at the discretion of the other institution.
Prior to the program start date, registered students may not transfer to another program. Students must withdraw from their current program and re-register for another program. PLCC does not allow the transfer of credit between programs.
Portage Lakes Career Center is a TOBACCO-FREE campus
The Portage Lakes Career Center maintains a secure campus with on-duty instructional hours staff monitoring and layered safety measures. The law enforcement response is provided by the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. The emergency medical and fire responses are provided by the Green Fire Department.
Topics including “Visitors”, Adult Student Identification”, and “Emergency Drills” are covered in the online PLCC Adult Education Student Handbook. The Clery Act crime reporting requirements are also explained in the handbook. To view these Federal Bureau of Investigation Uniform Crime Reporting statistics and categories for the Annual Campus Safety and Security Report please click here and enter “Portage Lakes Career Center” “Uniontown” “Ohio”, and follow the prompts.
Should you have questions or concerns please contact The Portage Lakes Career Center’s Chief Administrator Superintendent K. Redmond (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Coordinator of Safety and Security Lieutenant C. Saler (email@example.com).
Portage Lakes Career Center believes that complaints and grievances are best handled and resolved by the individuals closely involved. Therefore, the proper steps for handling complaints involving instruction or discipline are with the coordinators and instructors or the Adult Education Program Manager.
The following are the steps to be taken by the student filing a grievance:
The student must obtain a grievance form from the Adult Education Department, complete the form, and submit it to the instructor or coordinator within three (3) working days of the incident. The instructor will respond verbally and in writing to the student by completing the form within three (3) working days and returning the form to the student. If a satisfactory resolution is achieved, no further action is necessary.
If a satisfactory resolution is not achieved, the student may submit the form to the Adult Education Program Manager no later than three (3) working days after receiving the written notification from the instructor. The Adult Education Program Manager will reply verbally and in writing to the student within three (3) working days after receipt of the grievance form.
If a satisfactory resolution is still not achieved, the student should submit the form to the Assistant Superintendent no later than three (3) working days after receiving written notification from the Adult Education Program Manager. When the Assistant Superintendent has received the form, a decision will be made regarding the grievance within three (3) working days of the written notification. The student will also be given the opportunity to meet with the Superintendent. The decision of the Assistant Superintendent will be final and the process will end.
Students have the right to contact the Council on Occupational Education (COE), an independent agency responsible for the accreditation of Portage Lakes Career Center. When a complaint raises issues regarding an institution’s ability to meet accreditation criteria, COE will forward a copy of the complaint to the institution and request a formal response. Complaints may be filed with COE at http://www.council.org/
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If you are a high school student, please note that you will have several opportunities to visit PLCC during your sophomore year.
Once we receive your request, a PLCC staff member will follow up directly. Thank you for your interest, we look forward to seeing you soon.