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Considerate Cafe Re-opening for the 2020-2021 School Year

posted Oct 7, 2020, 6:34 AM by DANIELLE IVEY

Announcing the RE-OPENING of the Considerate Cafe for the 2020-2021 school year this Friday, October 9th! 

  • Serving at our beautiful, new location of the Hamilton Career and Technology Center, 445 Oconee Business Parkway, Westminster.
  • Our hours of operation will remain the same, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm each Friday that school is in session.
  • We will open to the public for curbside pick-up only.
  • Dine-in and same day to-go service is reserved for employees and students of SDOC.

Each week our menu will highlight a different theme; including: "Meat and Three," "Tex-Mex," "Soup, Salad, and Sandwich," and "From the Grill" (burgers, etc.).

  • COMING SOON: Our weekly menu and ordering options will be posted on our new Square website which can be accessed through:
    • The HCTC website
    • The Considerate Cafe Facebook page
    • Signing up for our "regulars" email list
  • Curbside pick-up orders, including pick-up time, will need to be placed by 4:00 pm on Thursdays.
    • Curbside pick-up orders should park in one of the designated parking spaces in front of the cafe (look for the balloons the first week).
    • Call 916-0255 to inform us of your arrival. Your order will be brought out to you.
  • SDOC staff to-go orders can be placed online or by calling the cafe at 916-0255 by 11:00 on Friday.
**THIS WEEK ONLY, our menu is below and curbside orders should be placed by emailing by 4:00 pm on Thursday**
This week's menu theme: "Meat and Three"
  • Meats: Chicken Tenders or Meatloaf
  • Sides: Navy Beans, Green Beans, Mac & Cheese, Mashed Potatoes, Mushroom Gravy, Squash Casserole, Side Salad, Oreo Cheesecake
Price List:
  • Meat and 3 sides with Roll and choice of Drink $8.00
  • Meat and 2 sides with Roll and choice of Drink $6.00
  • Extra Sides           $2.00
  • Brownies $1.00
  • Drinks (sweet/unsweet tea, sodas, water) $1.00  

Senior Job Fair

posted Feb 22, 2019, 8:01 AM by DANIELLE IVEY   [ updated Feb 22, 2019, 8:02 AM ]

On Tuesday, April 9, the SDOC, in partnership with the Oconee Economic Alliance, will sponsor a job fair for Oconee’s seniors.  The job fair will be held at Foothills Community Church, and we are inviting over 30 businesses/companies/industries to be on site to answer questions and to accept resumes from students interested in summer and/or full time employment.  Our focus will be on manufacturing, construction and healthcare fields; however, there will be some representatives from retail and fast food.  This fair will be particularly valuable for those students who may not have solid post-secondary plans in place at this time.  If interested, students may get more information and a permission form from Mr. Bearden in the guidance office at HCC or in the guidance office of their home school.  Please see attached permission form, which is due March 29.

HCC Code Red Drill

posted Nov 13, 2018, 6:32 AM by DANIELLE IVEY

Hamilton Career Center practiced a Code Red Drill (intruder drill) today, Tuesday, November 13, 2018.  This was just a drill for the students and teachers at Hamilton Career Center.  

Back to School Drop-In

posted Aug 13, 2018, 9:14 AM by DANIELLE IVEY   [ updated Aug 13, 2018, 9:14 AM ]

Hamilton Career Center will host a Back to School Drop-In on Thursday, August 16th from 3:00-6:00 PM.  Students and parents are encouraged to come and meet the teacher, purchase parking passes, and pay any fees associated with courses.  

HCC DECA Travels to Anaheim, CA to compete at DECA's International Career Development Conference

posted May 16, 2017, 6:52 AM by Deborah Wickliffe   [ updated May 16, 2017, 6:52 AM ]

WHS Seniors, Jansen Lail, Emily Dover, Skylar Corbitt and Junior Joshua Leonard represented HCC at DECA's International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, CA on April 25-29th. Jansen, Emily and Skylar attended leadership academies designed for current seniors to learn from business executives and CEO's about what to expect in college or how to be successful in your career as well as how to leverage their DECA experiences to their advantage in college, job interviews and internships. Joshua participated in the competitive event series for Business Finance and spent 2 days in his competitive event. We are proud of the accomplishments of these 4 students as they represented HCC, SDOC and SC well.

HCC PLTW Bio-Med Student accepted into GHS MedEx Academy

posted May 16, 2017, 6:49 AM by Deborah Wickliffe   [ updated May 16, 2017, 6:49 AM ]

Madison Ranalli, a junior student at WHS and a student in the HCC PLTW Biomedical sciences program, was accepted into the Tier I MedEx Academy with GHS. She is 1 of 25 high school juniors accepted throughout the state of South Carolina. Madison will travel to GHS each weekday this summer for 4 weeks as she explores health care through simulations, lectures, workshops, research and community service. Madison's goals include attending medical school one day and this experience is most definitely a step to get her there

HCC HOSA qualifies for National Competition in June

posted May 16, 2017, 6:46 AM by Deborah Wickliffe

HCC HOSA traveled to Charleston on March 8-10 with 11 students. HCC HOSA students were among 1500 SC HOSA students competing in events such as biomedical technology, nursing assistant, MRC, Health Lifestyles, Medical Math, Transcultural Health, Extemporaneous Writing, Chapter Reflections, and Job Seeking Skills. Students who will proceed to the National Conference in Orlando, FL in June were Cadi Imbody and Madison Ranalli, 3rd place - Medical Reserve Corps Partnership; Maddie MacLachlan, 3rd place - Healthy Lifestyles; Dansley Fricks, 3rd place - Extemporaneous Writing and Grace Towe, receiving full excellence rating for the HOSA Chapter Reflections Scrapbook.

HCC DECA qualifies to compete at DECA's International Competition in Anaheim, CA in April.

posted May 16, 2017, 6:42 AM by Deborah Wickliffe   [ updated May 16, 2017, 6:43 AM ]

HCC DECA attended the 74th Annual Career Development Conference in North Charleston, March 2nd to the 5th.  6 students representing Walhalla High School competed
in marketing, hospitality and finance related career events, attended leadership sessions and networked with nearly 700 other marketing students from around South Carolina.  Serving at the 2016-2017 South Carolina VP of Marketing, senior Emily Dover helped to make this year's state conference a huge success.
HCC DECA will be among 18,000 other marketing students from around the world (US, Canada and 8 other countries are represented at ICDC) when they travel to Anaheim in April to attend the International Career Development Conference (ICDC). Competing in Business Finance Series will be Joshua Leonard who won 1st place at state and 3 other senior members, Emily Dover, Jansen Lail & Skylar Corbitt. will aspire to get on the fast track to college and career success. by having the opportunity to learn how to leverage their DECA experience to their advantage in their near future in college, interviews and internships. 

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