Lauren Bowen, regional representative for Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel, was on campus Feb. 25 to present a proclamation in recognition of Career-Technical Education Month. The proclamation was accepted by students in the International Business and Finance program.
Peace Officer Basic Training class BAS 14-089 held its graduation ceremony on February 20. One of the largest classes in the program's history, 33 cadets earned their certificates of completion.
Amber Lovely, a junior in Welding, and Equine Science junior Haley Hughes have begun a fund-raising campaign to help a friend in need. The friend provides therapeutic riding for adults and children and due to her job responsibilities, is financially challenged to continue her efforts.
The Global Leadership Project held a fundraiser at the Chipotle restaurant in Xenia. A nice turnout from students and staff resulted in a nice donation from the restaurant. The Global Leadership Project examines how Fortune 500 companies apply cultural competency to expand market shares in a growing global economy. Students meet on site with representatives from numerous companies located in Ohio and examine their business models and functions as they cultivate cultural competency.
A record 16 DECA competitors from Beavereek High School's Marketing program have advanced to the Ohio Career Cevelopment Conference in Columbus on March 13-14.