Kelsey Webb 

OHPCC HOSA students advance to state competition

First place HOSA Bowl team: Brett Rappold, Aisha Patrick, Madison Rogan, Paige Butler

TOLEDO, Ohio- Twelve Allied Health and Nursing students at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center advanced to the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) State Leadership Conference after competing at the Northwest Regional HOSA competition on February 5.

A group of 30 Ohio Hi-Point HOSA students traveled to the University of Toledo to compete against HOSA students from around the region in a variety of events and categories. The following students advanced to the state competition.

Clinical Nursing: Alexa Arms, 1st place (Marysville); Shelby Collins, 2nd place (Marysville)

Healthy Lifestyle: Jordan Cotterman, 1st place (Upper Scioto Valley)

HOSA Bowl: First place team of: Madison Rogan (Bellefontaine), Paige Butler (Marysville), Aisha Patrick (Benjamin Logan), Brett Rappold (Riverside)

Medical Law and Ethics: Gabriella Livingston, 1st place (Marysville)

Medical Math: Bridget Coldiron, 4th place (Benjamin Logan Logan)

Pharmocology: Meyghan Crates, 3rd place (Ridgemont)

Personal Care: Lyndsey Eshelman, 1st (West Liberty-Salem); Caitlin Pepper, 2nd place (Riverside)

The State HOSA Leadership Conference returns to the University of Toledo April 5 and 6.

 

Kelsey Webb 

Students Recognized During Second Nine Weeks Certification Ceremony

Ohio Hi-Point Career Center celebrated the accomplishments of students who achieved industry credentials during the second nine weeks. The ceremony was hosted by Ryan Burroughs, Taylor Tinsley, Sierra Spires, Bobby Shields, Drew Alvarez, Shannon Eagy and Brooke Detrick.

Several students received the 10-hour The Occupational Safety and Health Association certification (OSHA) Training Certification. Matt Adams, Lex Andrews, Hadden Brinkman, Wesley Combs, Connor Daniels, Chris Fulmer, Hunter Goings, Craig Green, Forest Guthrie, Wesley Kidder, Jonathan Klingler, RJ Lackey, Lewie Latham, Skyler Lotz, Derek Manley, Bailey Mitchem, Harley Pittman, Gage Reisinger and Adam Rinker displayed exemplary understanding of Federal requirements for a safe and productive workplace.

10-hour OSHA Certification

Dakota Alexander, Zach Cantrell, Kennedy Collinsworth, Phillip Corwin, Shanon Eagy, Kaitlin Fazio, Tori Fraley, Isaiah Garrison and Taylor Tinsley received a certificate after participating in a Job Interview Contest.

Job Interview Contest

Five Culinary students received the ServSafe Manager Certification. Desiree Caster, Emily Carl, Talla Irwin, Kelsey Slavin and Magan Johnston displayed knowledge of foodborne illness, how to prevent it and how to train employees in food sanitation.

ServSafe Manager Certification

Desiree Caster and Sierra Spires also received the Foundations of Restaurant Management Certification.

Foundations of Restaurant Management Certification

Sandra Alspaugh, Tesla Billenstein, Laura Henry, Alexis Rensing and Sierra Spires, all Culinary students, received the ServSafe Food Handler Certification.

ServSafe Food Handler Certification

Multimedia Students, Danielle Lord and Garrett Reed, placed second and third, respectively, in graphic design at the 2015 Maker Fest Competition.

2015 Maker Fest

Several career pathways at Ohio Hi-Point are part of SkillsUSA. For 2015/2016, the Ohio Hi-Point SkillsUSA Regional Voting Delegates are Isaiah Garrison, Brooklyn Meadows, Bailey Righter, Janell Scott, Taylor Tinsley.

SkillsUSA Regional Voting Delegates

Spencer Breeding, Tara Deardurff, Alexa Klingler, Dakota McAlexander and Amy Teagarden are Ohio Hi-Point SkillsUSA Regional Officer Candidates.

SkillsUSA Regional Officer Candidates

Several SkillsUSA students earned the SkillsUSA Local Officer Stateman Award. Shyann Ashbrook, Shayann Baum, John Brandeberry, Chad Brandyberry, Ethan Bryant, Ryan Burroughs, Kacie Bush, Zac Cantrell, Phillip Craig, James Cushwa, Brooke Detrick, Dominique Edwards, William Francis, Brandon Haggard, Kolton Hawn, Addison Hawn, Andrea Holcomb, Devon Huffman, Morgan Johnson, KC Jones, Justin Jordan, Julia Keiser Derek Manley, Alexis Mays, CJ Miller, Kayla Oakley, Ethan Palmer, Kaytlin Predmore, Gage Reisinger, Kimberly Reynolds, Grace Robinson, Bella Rodgers, Brandon Rose, Janell Scott, Skylar Shepard, Kierstynn Terry, Hannah Williams, Kelsey Woodham, Maisy Woodrum, Jordan Young and Kristen Zimmerman earned this distinction.

 

SkillsUSA Stateman Award

 

 

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