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Kelsey Webb 

Ohio Hi-Point’s Top 16 students honor educators

Top 16 and their honored educators

Ohio Hi-Point's Top 16 and their honored educators were recognized Wednesday evening.

Ohio Hi-Point Career Center’s Top 16 graduating seniors were part of the career center’s Honored Educators and Top 16 Senior Students Recognition Ceremony on Wednesday, May 4.

The annual event is an opportunity for Ohio Hi-Point’s top students to select and recognize an educator who impacted and influenced their educational careers.

This was Hi-Point’s ninth year hosting the banquet, which coincided with National Teacher Appreciation Week.

Ohio Hi-Point’s 2016 Top 16 graduating seniors and the educators they honored were:

  • Tyler Aldo, an Electronics Engineering student from Bellefontaine High School, honored Eric Hamm, his Guidance Counselor at Bellefontaine High School.
  • Alexa Arms, an Allied Health and Nursing student from Marysville High School, honored Laura Donnelly, her Allied Health and Nursing instructor at Ohio Hi-Point.
  • Ella Livingston, an Allied Health and Nursing student from Marysville High School, honored Laura Donnelly, her Allied Health and Nursing instructor at Ohio Hi-Point.
Mrs. Donnelly (left) is recognized by her students, Alexa and Ella.

Mrs. Donnelly (left) is recognized by her students, Alexa and Ella.

  • Noah Brandt, a Welding and Fabrication student who is home schooled, honored Cheryl Brandt, his mother and home school instructor.
  • Hannah Contalee, a Cosmetology student from Marysville High School, honored Cindy Harlan, her Cosmetology instructor at Ohio Hi-Point.
  • Meyghan Crates, an Allied Health and Nursing student from Ridgemont High School, honored Jason Robinson, her former History teacher at Ridgemont High School.
  • Morgan Johnson, a Cosmetology student from Marysville High School, honored Terri McKenzie, her former Creative Learning instructor at Marysville High School.
  • K.C. Jones, an Electronics Engineering student from Triad High School, honored Mike Kouse, his Electronics Engineering instructor at Ohio Hi-Point.
  • Austin Kragh, an Electronics Engineering student from Triad High School, honored Mike Kouse, his Electronics Engineering instructor at Ohio Hi-Point.
  • Derek Markley, an Electronics Engineering student from Bellefontaine High School, honored Mike Kouse, his Electronics Engineering instructor at Ohio Hi-Point.
  • MyKaela Jumper, a Cosmetology student from Urbana High School, honored Megan Schneider, her Math teacher at Ohio Hi-Point.
MyKaela recognizes Megan Schneider as her honored educator.

MyKaela recognizes Megan Schneider as her honored educator.

  • Aisha Patrick, an Allied Health and Nursing student from Benjamin Logan High School, honored Todd Skaggs, her Government instructor at Ohio Hi-Point.
  • Xena Quintanilla, an Animal Management student from Indian Lake High School, honored Robin Curley, her Animal Management instructor at Ohio Hi-Point.
  • Madison Rogan, an Allied Health and Nursing student from Bellefontaine High School, honored Melissa Gonglik, her Guidance Counselor at Ohio Hi-Point.
  • Jeff Schurter, a Culinary Arts student who is home schooled, honored Marion Schurter, his mother and home school instructor.
  • Taylor Tinsley, a Printing and Graphics student from Indian Lake High School, honored Tom Carrig, her Printing and Graphics instructor at Ohio Hi-Point.

The event was made possible through the support of the following sponsors: Honda, Miller’s Textile Services, Affordable Frames Plus, All Around Awards and Sweet Aromas Coffee.

Convocation for Ohio Hi-Point students is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25 at 6:30 p.m. at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center. In the event of bad weather, the event will be held at Bellefontaine High School.

 

Kelsey Webb 

Students Advance to HOSA National Competition

OHPCC State HOSA Winners 2016

TOLEDO, Ohio- Nine Allied Health and Nursing students from the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center advanced to the National Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Leadership Conference after competing at the Ohio HOSA competition at the University of Toledo on April 5 and 6.

The HOSA competition challenges students in a variety of events such as medical terminology, procedures, laws and ethics, and history of the health care field.

The following Allied Health and Nursing students advanced to compete in Nashville, TN at the National HOSA Leadership Conference in June.

The Ohio Hi-Point HOSA Bowl Team, consisting of Brett Rappold (Riverside High School), Paige Butler (Marysville High School), Aisha Patrick (Benjamin Logan High School) and Madison Rogan (Bellefontaine High School), placed first.

Gabriella Livingston (Marysville High School) placed first in Medical Law and Ethics.

Shelby Collins (Marysville High School) placed second in Clinical Nursing.

Alexa Arms (Marysville High School) placed third in Clinical Nursing.

Lyndsey Eshelman (West Liberty-Salem High School) placed third in Personal Care.

Sadrian Garver (Graham High School) advanced for National recognition for the Ohio Hi-Point HOSA Chapter Reflection Scrapbook.

The Allied Health and Nursing instructors are Tammy Heitmeyer and Laura Donnelly.

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