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Posts tagged as “career-tech”

Harrison High students share their love of STEM programs with elementary school girls

Josh Bazan, WCPO |

Through a carefully crafted program they designed themselves, Harrison High School students spent Saturday sharing their love of STEM programs with young girls in elementary school.

The event, part of the Great Oaks’ Project Lead the Way program at Harrison High School, brought the high schoolers and elementary school students together to learn about robotics through several interactive experiences.

Indian Hill High School/Great Oaks robotics students earn P&G grant

Indian Hill High School (IHHS) congratulates the IHHS/Great Oaks Robotics Team for earning a $900 grant from P&G. The funds will allow students to invest in supplies to expand and improve the Robotics Team by purchasing needed supplies, increasing student involvement, and allowing for further outreach to Indian Hill Middle School student in order to promote involvement in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Kenton County school leaders use tools of the building trade to keep students connected during pandemic

WLWT |

After months of learning remotely, a dozen Kenton County high school students were grateful to be back in the setting they know best – Kenton County’s Building Maintenance, a collaborative effort with Gateway Community Technical College.

“I personally don’t like the online schooling. I like this a lot better, with hands-on and everything,” Dixie Heights High School junior T.J.

Western Brown High School DECA chapter members earn state organization’s highest honors at virtual conference

The Clermont Sun |

The competition is designed to simulate real-life business scenarios and test students’ academic understanding and skills development.

Students receiving recognition at the state level were: Rebecca Stanley who placed 1st for her Franchise Business Plan; Jasmine Kiser who placed 2nd in the Professional Selling Event; and the team of Jenna Easterling, Jillian Henry, and Sophia Murrell placed 3rd with their Career Development Project Management activity.

National recognition for Batavia High School business management program

The Clermont Sun |

Students earned the Quality Chapter Distinction as one of BPA’s most involved and active chapters. The chapter was recognized with the Community Service Award, Marketing and Public Relations Award, Social Media Award, and the Chapter of Excellence. The Batavia Chapter also earned the Special Olympics Award.

The 74 sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the 2019-2020 Batavia High School BPA chapter are enrolled in the Business Management satellite program offered through Great Oaks Career Campuses.

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