Wednesday, May 14, 2014
The National Wildlife Federation® (NWF) recognized the Riverside Local Schools FFA program in DeGraff for successfully creating an official Certified Wildlife Habitat™ site.
NWF celebrates the efforts of the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center Riverside High School FFA chapter to create a garden space that improves habitat for birds, butterflies, frogs and other wildlife by providing essential elements needed by all wildlife – natural food sources, clean water, cover and places to raise young.
“Providing a home for wildlife in our communities – whether it’s at home, or in schools businesses or parks – is the demonstration of a healthy and active eco-system. There is no more rewarding way to stay connected to nature right outside your door,” said David Mizejewski, naturalist with the National Wildlife Federation.
This new certified habitat joins NWF’s roll of more than 150,000 certified habitats nationwide. Wildlife habitats are important to year-round wildlife residents as well as species that migrate, such as some birds and butterflies. Each habitat is unique for both beauty and function.
The Riverside High School FFA chapter is an extension of the partnership between Ohio Hi-Point and Riverside High School to provide agricultural programs for students.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
COLUMBUS, Ohio- Sixteen Ohio Hi-Point Career Center Health Technology students will be attending the HOSA National Leadership Conference this June in Orlando, Florida as competitors and elected officers.
The Ohio Hi-Point Bellefontaine Main Campus Health Tech student are all smiles after advancing to the HOSA National Conference.
Students enrolled in the Health Technology program on Ohio Hi-Point’s main campus in Bellefontaine, as well as the students enrolled in the Health Technology satellite program in Marysville High School, competed against 900 other students for a shot at competing at the national level last week.
The following students will be competing at the HOSA National Leadership Conference:
- - Dustin Wooten (West Liberty-Salem)- Medical Law and Ethics
- - Samantha Vanvoohis (Mechanicsburg)- Pathophysiology
- - Troy Slavin (Indian Lake)- Pathophysiology
- - Destiny Brown (Bellefontaine)- Bio Medical Debate Team
- - Rachel Reedy (Triad)- Bio Medical Debate Team
- - Eleisa Woodford (Marysville)- Bio Medical Debate Team
- - Colton Wedge (Bellefontaine)- Bio Medical Debate Team
- - David Connor (Bellefontaine)- HOSA Knowledge Bowl
- - Carrissa Magnuson (West Liberty-Salem)- HOSA Knowledge Bowl
- - Kiersten Daum (Bellefontaine)- HOSA Knowledge Bowl
- - Blake Johnston (Indian Lake)- HOSA Knowledge Bowl
- - Connor Coutts (Marysville)- Epidemiology
- - Morgan Berry (Marysville)- Personal Care
Three students were elected to serve as Ohio HOSA officers.
Allison Clark (Marysville chapter), and Kaitlynn Rogan (main campus chapter), were elected to serve as President and Vice President, respectively, while Margie Burkhammer (Marysville chapter) was elected to serve as the Ohio HOSA Historian.
The Marysville Health Technology students display their medals and awards after learning they'll be competing at the national level.
XENIA, Oh- Five Ohio Hi-Point Career Center students advanced to the SkillsUSA State competition after placing in the top three at the Southwest Regional SkillsUSA competition at Greene County Career Center Saturday, March 8. Printing and Graphic Arts students Kayla Snyder, Dylan Mullet and Chelsea Myers placed second in the Promotional Bulletin Board competition. Nick… Read full post
BELLEFONTAINE, Oh- Ellie Skinner can now add the title of ‘president’ to her list of accomplishments. Ohio Hi-Point Career Center’s Ellie Skinner was elected to serve as president of the SkillsUSA Southwest Region for the 2013-2014 school year. Skinner is the first student from Ohio Hi-Point to serve in this role. Skinner, a Cosmetology senior… Read full post
Becca Crum and Kaylin Trout advanced to Nationals after earning a Gold at the Ohio FCCLA State Leadership Conference in Columbus this past weekend. Crum and Trout competed in the Chapter Showcase Display competition, highlighting the activities the chapter hosted during the school year and the impact the chapter has had on the school and… Read full post
Hillary Rader, a senior in the Professional Turf and Landscaping program at Ohio Hi-Point, and a recipient of the Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association (ONLA) scholarship, placed fifth out of over 400 students competing at the Ohio FFA Nursery and Landscape Contest. The contest, consisting of individual and team competitions, took place at Tolles Technical… Read full post
Ohio Hi-Point satellite student, Jonathan Wheeler, will be attending the Business Professionals of America (BPA) 2013 National Leadership Conference, “Uncover Your Magic,” in Orlando, FL, May 8-12, 2013. Wheeler, an OHP Media Arts satellite students at Riverside High School, placed first in Extemporaneous Speech at the BPA state competition earlier this month. Wheeler is the station… Read full post
- Four students from Ohio Hi-Point Career Center will compete at the SkillsUSA State Championships after qualifying at the Southwest Regional Competition this past weekend. Colton Low, an Electronics senior from Bellefontaine High School, took home top honors as he placed first in the Prepared Speaking contest. Anderson Johnson, and Architectural and Mechanical Design student… Read full post
Four Ohio Hi-Point students advanced to the FCCLA State Competition after competing at the Regional FCCLA Rally at Springfield-Clark Technology Center this past weekend. The following main campus students advanced to state: – Becca Crum (Benjamin Logan)- Pastry Arts, Gold rating – Katie Finch (Bellefontaine)- Dining Room Attendant, Gold rating – Kaylin Trout (Indian Lake)… Read full post
Ohio Hi-Point’s main campus and satellite chapters of Business Professionals of America (BPA) will be sending a total of 38 students to state competition after learning the results at the Regional Awards Ceremony at Upper Scioto Valley High School this week. Ohio Hi-Point hosted the regional competition at the Bellefontaine main campus on January 22… Read full post