Each team was challenged to include real detail about supplies, pricing and timeframe and much more, while also presenting the bid in a professional, quality manner. Janotta & Herner is a key partner in helping EHOVE students learn the importance of planning, organizing and creating a budget for a construction project.
Janotta & Herner representatives judged the bids on everything from accuracy and how they were organized to proper pricing and realistic timelines. As the need for qualified, trained workers in the trades increases, real-world projects such as these help students learn how to become good workers.
This year’s winning team consisted of construction tech students Caden Cooper and Jared Battle (both Edison High School) and electrical tech student Dakota Doyon (New London).
Janotta & Herner Vice President Jason Ott and quality assurance supervisor Ted Fries presented the winning team with $500 from the company for their quality efforts. In addition, the company also donated $500 to EHOVE and provided a check to assistant director Matt Ehrhardt.
Educators Rising: State competition results, nationals qualifiers
COLUMBUS — EHOVE Teacher Academy students were shining during this year’s Educators Rising state competition that was held on March 15 and 16 in Columbus. Five of the seniors who competed have qualified for the national competition scheduled for June 21 through 24 in Orlando.
The team of Rachel Wolery (Margaretta), Serena Frausto (Edison), Samantha Basso (Vermilion) and Tiffany Slagle (Edison) competed in the “inside our schools” category. They earned second place, which has qualified them to compete with students across the country at the national competition. Aaron Graham (Western Reserve) also earned a spot at nationals by finishing fifth in the Impromptu Lesson category.
Four other EHOVE students also competed at the state level. Those students are: Lauren Zimmermann (Huron) – children’s literature pre-kindergarten; Lillie Klepper (Edison) – children’s literature, kindergarten through third grade; Stone Rogers (Western Reserve) – non-academic subject; and Trent Knittel (Edison) – impromptu speech
Teacher academy students participate in Educators Rising for the chance to apply the career field skills they’ve learned, leadership experience, professional connections, skills competitions and opportunities to win scholarships. More information is available at www.educatorsrising.org.
Nursing program ranked in top 10 again
The site of www.practicalnursing.org ranked EHOVE adult career center school as number 10 of 60 for the second year in a row. This is the third year EHOVE has remained in the top 20 schools in Ohio
For the ranking, nursing programs were assessed on several factors that represent how well a program prepares students toward licensure and for their career in nursing. More information about the group's methodology is available at www.practicalnursing.org/lpn-programs/ohio.
“We believe in providing students with better transparency in regard to practical and vocational nursing programs throughout their state that allows them to better match the right school accessible to them," said wesbite founder Simon Korpi. “This is the reason we have developed our LPN & LVN programs ranking based on NCLEX-PN exam passing rates.”
Enrollment is open now for the next EHOVE part-time day program, which begins June 4. The full-time program that starts July 5. Call 419-499-4663 ext. 231 regarding steps to admission.