Board Meeting - June 2nd


Auburn Vocational School District Board of Education – June 2, 2020, 6:30 p.m.

In accordance with H.B. 197, R.C. 121.22, R.C. 3313.16, and applicable laws; the Treasurer of the Auburn Vocational School District Board of Education (“Board”) hereby serves written notice that a regular meeting of the Board is called for May 5, 2020, 6:30 p.m., at the Auburn Career Center Technology Learning Center, which is located at 8221 Auburn Road Concord Township, Ohio 44077. This regular meeting is both an “Essential Business and Operation” and “Essential Governmental Function” of the Board. During the period of the emergency declared by Executive Order 2020-01D, the Board shall (1) live-stream the meeting via Zoom (, (2) suspend public participation, (3) strictly enforce social distancing guidelines, and (4) limit face-to-face attendance to only ten (10) individuals at one time, which shall include, but are not limited to, the Superintendent, Treasurer, and Board Members as they are necessary for the “Essential Business and Operation” and “Essential Governmental Function” of the Board. The Board may recess into executive sessions pursuant to R.C. 121.22. The Board will also take formal action in open session.  A copy of the proposed agenda can be found on the district website ( under Board Minutes.



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Why should I take an adult program at Auburn?

Auburn prepares you for a high demand career with hands on training, reasonable tuition and employment assistance! 

How can I pay for the program?

Auburn offers financial aid and scholarships for most of our programs. We have a financial aid coordinator who can answer all of your questions. We also partner with Lake County Jobs and Family Services who can assist many future students with financial help.

Auburn can also set up monthly payment plans to help the class be affordable.

When are classes?

Auburn classes are mostly 4 nights a week, Monday-Thursday 5pm-9pm or 6pm-10pm

Our Practical Nursing program is offered during the day or evening.

Most classes run from September-May. We do have shorter and longer classes as well 

How do I know I will get a good job after the class ends?

Auburn has an excellent placement rate. Auburn works with over 500 companies to help students start or continue a great career!

Do Auburn's Adult Programs have internships?

Yes, some are built into the program and some can be developed to help students get started during the program.

What if I need transportation to Auburn?

Auburn will be providing some free transportation from Madison and Painesville starting this school year. More information to come!

Can someone help me if I struggle academically?

Yes, we work with the ASPIRE program which provides academic help and we also have a student services coordinator!

How do I sign up?

Register at Auburn or call 440-357-7542 and ask for the adult department. Registration costs $30

If you would like to take Licensed Practical Nursing, Paramedic, EMT or Firefighter, you will need to also take a Work Keys test and score the minimum required to start.

Can I come in for a tour?

Absolutely!! Call us at 440-357-7542 or email Jonna Mazza at

Where else can I find information?

Go to our website, our Facebook page or Instagram to find out more!

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