Nick Shaw from our Greeneview FFA chapter and Janine Stover from the main campus FFA chapter and our Veterinary Science program were named king and queen at the Greene County Fair this week.
Congratulations to the newest class of cadets to complete the Peace Officer Basic Training program. These young men and women finished the rigorous program and earned the right to test for certification through OPOTA.
Clare Butcher and Hailey Bowman have been named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for Greene County Career Center's Class of 2018. Clare is from Beavercreek and will complete her studies in Information Technology. Hailey is also from Beavercreek and will graduate from the Veterinary Science program.
The 2018 class of inductees into the National Technical Honor Society was introduced during installation ceremonies on April 23. NTHS members are recognized for outstanding achievement in their career-technical and academic studies, attendance and citizenship.
Xenia High School's interactive media teams took first and second place at the recent Miami Valley Tech Prep Showcase at Sinclair Community College. The team of Adri Winston and Julian Rojas placed first with their video about suicide awareness. Ian Soderquist and Isabel Tettau were second with a video regarding tire safety. Congratulations to P.R. Frank and his students!
Mackenzie Owens and Anjali Edwards have been selected to be part of the Ohio FFA Convention Band. Owens, a flutist from Fairborn, and Edwards, a trumpet player from Bellbrook, will be part of the 90th Ohio State FFA Convention on May 4. Both are juniors in the Veterinary Science program.
The Video Production Team representing our Information Technology program at Xenia High School placed third at the recent Business Professionals of America State Leadership Conference in Columbus. Ian Soderquist and Isabel Tettau narrowly missed a bid to the national competition. Matthew Rigg (Bellbrook), from the main campus Information Technology program, also placed in the top 10 in Business Law and Ethics. Additionally, Shannon Stiegler also represented the Xenia program by competing in Fundamentals of Desktop Publishing. Other main campus students entered in events at the state level included Clare Butcher (Beavercreek), Seth Licklider (Xenia), Brendan Koeppl (Beavercreek) and Jace Adkins (Bellbrook).
Adrianna Holley, a Xenia senior from the Information Technology program, placed first in Word Processing Skills at the recent Business Professionals of America Regional Leadership Conference to lead all Greene County Career Center students. Holley advances to the BPA State Leadership Conference and competition in Columbus on March 16-17.