Kelsey Webb 

Students Take Gold at SkillsUSA National Competition

National Champions! Carlie Losh (Indian Lake), Abigail Watson (Indian Lake), and Kelsey Barney (Riverside) are all smiles after winning the gold medal.

LOUISVILLE, KY- Ohio Hi-Point Printing and Graphic Arts students Kelsey Barney, Abigail Watson and Carlie Losh won the Gold Medal in the SkillsUSA national championship competition in Career Pathways – Arts and Communications at the 51st National Leadership and Skills Conference (NLSC) last week.

The SkillsUSA Championships, held in Louisville, Ky., took place June 24-25. During the week, more than 6,000 career and technical education students, all state contest winners, competed hands-on in 100 different trade, technical and leadership fields.

Barney, Losh and Watson are 2015 Printing and Graphic Arts graduates. “We are very proud of these girls and all that they have accomplished,” said Tom Carrig, Ohio Hi-Point’s Printing and Graphic Arts instructor. “They have worked hard and applied what they learned in the classroom to the community to help make a difference. This gold medal is extra special because of that.”

In the Career Pathways competition, student teams use the program course of study as the basis of a project that will benefit the competitor’s class, school, community or industry. The project must highlight an aspect of the student’s career cluster training. Upon completion of the project, the students develop a display and use it within the community to explain the training and project.

The Ohio Hi-Point students worked with Logan County Alliance for Community Partnerships and the Logan County Community Coalition for Opiate Relief Efforts (C.O.R.E.) to develop a marketing campaign that promoted education and resources dedicated to helping curb the spread of opiate addiction in and around the communities. The marketing materials designed and produced by the students included brochures, pamphlets, displays, a banner and stickers. The printed material interacted with web media and video that was also produced by the students.

Read more about the project here. 

“All of the students from across the nation that participated in the Career Pathways competition are true champions. Their dedication to excellence in their career field and their leadership skills were evident throughout the competition,” finished Carrig.

During the national competition, students worked against the clock and each other, proving their expertise in occupations like electronics, computer-aided drafting, precision machining, communications and cosmetology. All contests are run with the help of industry, trade associations, and labor organizations, and test competencies are set by industry. In addition, leadership contestants demonstrated their skills, which included extemporaneous speaking and conducting meetings by parliamentary procedure.

About SkillsUSA

SkillsUSA is a national partnership of students, teachers and industry, working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA chapters help students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations excel. SkillsUSA has more than 300,000 students and instructors as members. For more information, visit www.SkillsUSA.org.

Kelsey Webb 

Ohio Hi-Point main campus announces fourth nine weeks Superintendent’s List, Honor Roll

BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio- The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center recently announced the career center’s Superintendent’s List, Honor Roll and half-day Honor Roll for the fourth nine weeks.

To be eligible for the Superintendent’s List students must receive all A’s, while Honor Roll students must receive letter grades of B or better.

The Superintendent’s List recipients are as follows:

Bellefontaine High School

Janessa Queen, Madison Rogan

 

Graham High School

Jessica Trace

 

Indian Lake High School

Kirsten Gardner, Tyler Pugsley, Abigail Watson

 

Marysville High School

Sierra Clay, Hannah Contalee, Gabriella Livingston

 

Ohio Virtual Academy

Adrena Legge

 

Ridgemont High School

Bailey Righter

 

Upper Scioto Valley High School

Laura Spradlin

 

Urbana High School

Sierra Corbin, Cassandra Ferguson, Lindsay Hall, Destiny Johnson, MyKaela Jumper, Shavontaye Logwood, Janelle Morris

 

Waynesfield-Goshen High School

Taylor Klenke, Taryn Wicker

 

Those who were named to the A-B Honor Roll list includes:

Bellefontaine High School

Kylie Dolan, Christian Ferguson, Joshua Ferguson, Patricia Howell, Cole Miller, Alexandrea Owens, Courtni Pippin, Becka Samson, Katleen Wampler

 

Benjamin Logan High School

Tiffany Allen, Alexia Boling, Paige Butler, Bridget Coldiron, Tara Deardurff, Jordan McGuire, Hunter Parmer, Cheyenne Prince, Ian Smith

 

Graham High School

Kimberly Behrens, Haylee Boring, Matthew Burchett, Ryan Burroughs, Colton Casto, Mattie DeMatteo, Alec Finch, Sadrian Garver, Kody Gibson, Kevin Haines, Kaitlyn Matthews, Ashley Messner, Taylor Shadoan, Liam Smith, Allison Wright

 

Indian Lake High School

Joshua Bosley, Jordan Bush, Amber Eitel, Amber Hoelscher, Ashley Holycross, Devon Jacobs, Taima Jenkins, Magan Johnston, Krysta Lyon, Conan Martin, Chelsie Myers, Victoria Ortiz, Austin Pence, Xena Quintanilla, Thomas Rayoum, Kelsey Slavin, Taylor Tinsley, Tyler Watson, Abigayle Woods

 

Kenton High School

Brandon Asbury, Zachary Fisher, Taylor Kemmere, Rachael Price, Kaitlyn Risner, Kylie Rosebrook, Jessie Slack, Terestina Steele

 

Marysville High School

Alexa Arms, Steven Babione, Travis Borders, Zacharie Cantrell, Shelby Collins, Adison Hawn, Caleb Heflin, Morgan Johnson, Gabriel Livingston, Danielle Lord, Katelyn Maynard, Zayne Wheeler, Sephrenia Yarger

 

Mechanicsburg High School

Brooke Magyar, Benjamin McNary

 

Riverside High School

Kyler Klingler, Benjamin Rappold, Dakota Roby, Blaine Walter, Faith Warner

 

Triad High School

Jennifer Boggs, Dylan Jackson, Kenneth Jones, Austin Kragh, Tiara Mullins, Kaitlin Petit, Kaitlynn Rogan, Makayla Smith

 

Upper Scioto Valley High School

Jayson Carey, Emily Carl, Austin Dick

 

Urbana High School

Kearstin Allison, Teresa Guajardo, Joseph Habodasz, Benjamin Heaberlin, Makayla Hiter, Danielle Joseph, Tyler Porter, Loren Ropp

 

Waynesfield-Goshen High School

Alex Barden, Desiree Caster, Craig Green, Logan Hawk, Jessica Laderer, Collin Lowe, Colten Napier, Brad Plaugher, Jacki Wallace

 

West Liberty-Salem High School

Alexis Magnuson

 

The following students achieved half-day Honor Roll 

Bellefontaine High School

Tyler Aldo, Trevor Browning, Ridge Davis, Donald Everhardt, Braden Lewis, Derek Markley, Halle Miller, River Navarro, Alexander Shape, Sage Stanley

 

Benjamin Logan High School

Jessica Baughman, Jordan Craig, Carrie Leese, Hailey Lockwood

 

ECOT

Kallie Parker

 

Home Schooled

Austin Ryan, Noah Brandt, Travis Mobley, Jeffrey Schurter, Paul Thurman

 

Kenton High School

Jacob Eikenbary, Alexander Newland, Gavin Ray

 

Marysville High School

Micah Redding, Tyler Rister, Garrett Wright

 

Ridgemont High School

Meyghan Crates

 

Riverside High School

Nathan Shaw

 

Triad High School

Bryan Beckley

 

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