Board members discuss professional development training provided at the local, regional and state levels.
Edison and Western Reserve students placed in Educators Rising nationals.
Intervention specialist Sean Heath resigns.
Local residents were in the occupational therapy assistant, paramedic and surgical technologist programs.
Recent high school graduates Jennifer Orth and Bethany Cring received separate $500 scholarships.
Career center honors 387 graduates today during senior recognition ceremony at Sandusky State Theatre.
While celebrating its 50th year, EHOVE Career Center honored 387 graduates during the 49th senior recognition ceremony Friday at the Sandusky State Theatre.
“She has always been there for me and all of her students.”
School board also approves various contracts.
The contest takes place today at the Rike Center at Otterbein College.
Career center offers Career Based Intervention program for students who are in danger of dropping out of school or those who have quit and wish to return.
Nearly 70 students competed at state level, with 22 of them earning medals.
Controlled burn, set for Saturday morning in Bellevue, is part of a training exercise; people are welcome to watch.
Instructor: Students “are learning to become great problem-solvers.”
“You can build on (potential). … If you’re good at something, be proud of it.”