Monday, April 18, 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.
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
COLUMBUS, Ohio- Fourteen students from the Riverside Business Professionals of America (BPA) chapter competed at the Ohio BPA Leadership Conference last week in Columbus.
Jadzia Cafe’ placed third in Fundamental Desktop Publishing, advancing to the National BPA Leadership Conference in Boston, Massachusetts in May.
Several individuals and teams from the Riverside BPA chapter placed in the top ten including:
- Riverside’s Economic Research Team consisting of Conor Osborn, Lane Willoby, Kyle Knight and Alonzo Stotler
- Samantha Neeley competed in Economic Research
- Trevor Hillard competed in Extemporaneous Speech
- Tylor Eaton scored above an 85 percent in the open contest of Financial Math & Analysis
Also during the conference, 19 students received Statesman Torch Awards- the most Torch awards received by a school at the awards ceremony. The BPA Torch Awards Program encourages students to complete activities and earn points in seven categories: leadership, service, cooperation, knowledge, friendship, hope/faith, and patriotism. A Statesman Torch Award requires 50 points in each Torch category. A Statesman is defined as “one who is a leader in the promotion of the public good and in national affairs.”
The Riverside BPA chapter is part of Ohio Hi-Point Career Center’s Media Arts and Business satellite programs at the high school. The instructors are Michelle Weadock and Lindsay Wyan.
Stateman Torch Award Recipients
COLUMBUS, Ohio- Thirteen students from Ohio Hi-Point Career Center’s Business Professionals of America (BPA) chapter competed at the Ohio BPA Leadership Conference last week in Columbus. Kennedy Collinsworth (Indian Lake) finished second in Prepared Speech, advancing to compete in May at the National BPA Leadership Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Click here to see snapshots of the… Read full post
COLUMBUS, Ohio- Twelve Marysville DECA students competed in a variety of business, entrepreneurial and marketing related events at the Ohio DECA Career Development Conference in Columbus on March 18 and 19. Marysville DECA student, John Eshem, placed first in Professional Selling and will compete at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Nashville, TN in April. In addition to Eshem, Kaylor… Read full post
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… Read full post
MARYSVILLE, Ohio- Eighteen members of the Marysville High School DECA chapter competed in a several events at the District 4 Ohio DECA competition on January 29. The DECA chapter is part of the Ohio Hi-Point Supply Chain Management satellite program at Marysville High School. Students who placed in the top four of each DECA event advanced… Read full post
Six students from the Riverside FFA chapter joined FFA students from across the state at the 212o and 360° Leadership Conferences on January 16 and 17 in Dublin, Ohio. The Riverside FFA Chapter is part of the Ohio Hi-Point satellite program at Riverside. Derek Strayer, Lucas Roderick, Nick Smith, Brandon Cron, Jaylee Reid and… Read full post
On Wednesday, September 23, the Riverside FFA Officer Team attended the 4th annual Ohio FFA Legislative Leadership Conference (OLLC) held at the Ohio State House in Columbus. The conference began with a presentation by a spokesman for the Ohio Farm Bureau about how FFA members can influence their elected officials on agricultural issues. Riverside officers… Read full post
LEBANON, Ohio- The Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Southwest Region honored the Riverside High School Business Professionals of America (BPA) chapter as an Outstanding Ongoing Student Program Thursday evening in Lebanon, Ohio during the organization’s annual Fall Conference. The Riverside BPA Chapter consists of students enrolled in the Ohio Hi-Point Business and Media Arts satellite… Read full post
Students at the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center raised $585.16 for the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention during the week of September 8. September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and Diana Sperling, an Ohio Hi-Point English teacher, and the FCCLA chapter, consisting of the Culinary Arts and Early Childhood Education students, hosted a week of activities… Read full post