BELLEVUE — Firefighters from EHOVE Career Center and Bellevue practiced different techniques in a controlled burn at 111 High St. in Bellevue on Saturday morning. Firelands Federal Credit Union donated the property to the EHOVE program. Enjoy these
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.”
AVERY — For the fifth consecutive year, Janotta & Herner conducted a competition in which the EHOVE Career Center construction and electrical tech students worked as teams to create a realistic bid for a building project.
Bette Wolfram was the first school board treasurer for what became EHOVE Career Center.
Team members include students from Edison, Norwalk, St. Paul and Western Reserve.
15 local SkillsUSA students continuing to state competition.
Electrical tech students from Edison and Monroeville made a presentation about the Monroeville Solar Park project.
Kathy Barman, of Monroeville, is a practical nursing student while Madison Legg, of Greenwich, is a cosmetology student.
EHOVE Career Centers students have worked twice a week at the future camp and retreat/education center for the last 6 weeks.
Two resign, two others hired.
EHOVE, South Central pass levies; Edison, Monroeville fail at the ballot
Freshmen and sophomores see the event as “a really cool experience to see what other people do.”
Career center announces resignations and new hires.