They will compete June 21 to 24 in Orlando.
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.
James Bond of Norwalk hired as high school Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy instructor.
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.
EHOVE Career Center workshop also kicked off the pilot season of first-ever drone-racing league in Ohio.
Carole Kuns to serve as board vice-president.
Kathy Barman, of Monroeville, is a practical nursing student while Madison Legg, of Greenwich, is a cosmetology student.
“Just because you're a girl doesn't mean you can't do a guy's job.”
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 Career Center students in the electric tech program have been working at the job site since mid-October.
EHOVE, South Central pass levies; Edison, Monroeville fail at the ballot