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Week of April 29th
Varsity Choir Earns Superior Rating at State OMEA
FCCLA Has Strong Performances at State Convention
- Holly Kamper- 1st place winner of the FCCLA State Leadership Event.
- Emily Evans, Cynthia Ramey and Jacquelynn Washburn- 3rd place winners of FCCLA state Chapter in Review- Display.
- Maddie Gibson and Rachael Gordon- 2nd place FCCLA State winners of Chapter in Review Portfolio.
- Bailey Buell- Interior Design- 3rd in the State.
- Interpersonal Communication Winners-Olivia Lawrence and Katrine Kim 1st in the State and Chloe Crabtree, Paris Long and Sophie Young- 2nd in the State
- Hailey Holloway- 3rd in the State for Environmental Ambassador
- Power of One Recipients
Youth in Government Students Attend State Conference
This spring, Youth in Government (YG) students, accompanied by advisors Mrs. Traylor and Mr. Predmore, attended the annual three day YG conference in Columbus. Throughout the school year, YG students researched and developed their own legislative bills to present at this conference. While attending the conference, YG students presented their bills in small committee, in large group on the House and Senate floor, and, in some cases, to the Youth Governor. Students had the amazing opportunities of listening to state officials’ speeches, network with high school students from all over the state, and practice valuable presentation and debating skills. It was an eventful, unforgettable, and impactful trip!
Congratulations to the following groups of student authors for having their bills signed by the Youth Governor, the ultimate victory for YG students:
Lexi Traylor and Alexa Adams
Madeline Shearer, Holly Kamper, and Olivia Lawrence
Hanna Honneycutt and Paris Long
YG students and advisors appreciate the support from the following business for their donations which helped to reduce student costs for this trip:
Forgotten Creek Farm
Steve Prince Farms
Henderson Land Investment Company
Peoples Savings Bank
Carrie’s Studio of Style
Prom is May 4th
Ohio Hi-Point Inducts New Members to National Technical Honor Society
Third Quarter Honor Roll
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL 2018-2019
HONOR ROLL – 3rd 9 WEEKS
Lauran Bailey, Zachary Blosser, Morgan Brandyberry, Olivia Bryant, Kaylee Burke, Isabelle Burroughs, Jenna Burroughs, Zackery Burroughs, Abigail Butcher, Christopher Carter, Abigail Crisler, Ethan Daubenspeck, Adrian Dooley, Paityn Dowty, Celeste Driskill, Audrey Dulebohn, Elaina Faulkner, Turner Ford, Nolan Gessler, Riley Glover, Benjamin (Chase) Greek, Alexis Hart, Hailey Holloway, Mason Huffman, Matthew Jester, James Knowles, Maelly McGowen, Reese McGuire, Maria McIntosh, Kylie McWhinney, Jessica Murray, Grace Nash, Nolan Neves, Brady Olson, Olyvia Reed, Amber Robeson, Landon Rose, Gillian Setty, Cadence Smith, Kayla Smith, Chloe Snyder, Cooper Strader, Blair Werner, Dena Wilson, Andrew Zavada
Alexa Adams, Esha Akhter, Laryssa Anthony, Gannon Arnett, Brenton Black, Ashlyn Blanken, Trace Braun, Marleigh Brown, Jaesen Casey, Emmalee Cecil, Shamar Compton, Samuel Cox, Chloe Crabtree, Matthew Craft, Allison Dunn, Riley Fritts, Dalton Hannahs, Abigail Henkle, Benjamin Hillman, Hanna Honeycutt, Addisyn Kave, Lexi King, Paris Long, Bradley Maddy, William Mannier, Alek Martin, Kelsey Matthews, Emma McDaniel, Miranda (Randi) Nichols, Shannyn Owens, Lizbeth Perez Cardona, Morgan Pine, Leanne Plantz, Grace sellars, Aislen Setty, Faith Smith, Abigail Smitley, Alexis Traylor, Kalen Tullis, Rebekah Wahl, Katelynn Wallace, Machaela Whaley, Dori Wilson, Sophie Young
Alivia Algren, Aaliyah Bacon, Tylar Bailey, Addison Bauser, Matthew Case, Ally Collette, William (Todd) Crawford, Tylor Demmitt, Chloey Doroda, Chapman Driskill, Wyatt Drown, Mallory Fannin, Cierra Furrow, Samantha Haynes, Josiah Henry, Timothy Hughes, Tessa Jenkins, Rebecca Kaiser, Holly Kamper, Christopher Kelly, Elise Kemp, Olivia Lawrence, Alexis Lewis, Abigail Litteral, Weslie Long, Owen McGuffey, Destiny McPherson, Kevin Miller, Luke Miller, Heather Miller-Hayes, Andrew Milligan, Katelyn Nash, Nathaniel Peoples, Ryan Recker, Nadia Ritter, Andrew Robeson, Madison Rose, Paige Rudolf, Taylor Scott, Madeline Shearer, Brynach Simpson, Makinsey Skaggs, Lane Smith, Madelyn Smith, Ryan St Myers, Jacob Stewart, Samuel Stickley, Adrien Wojtkowski, Mikayla York
Chase Adams, Brooke Alcorn, Savannah Alltop, Victoria Anderkin, Caleb Anderson, Haleigh Arledge, Aleceia Baker, Ted Beedy, Suzy Borton, Bailey Buell, Stephanie Butcher, Meriha Cahoon, Tyler Callicoat, Jeremy Cocca, David DeWeese, Emily Evans, Dillon Fagan, Matthew Flora, Taylor Ford, Madison Gibson, Ethan Gilliam, Alyssa Gilreath, Lane Hollingsworth, Korynn Huffman, Mark Hughes, Hunter Hyden, Hailley Kendall, Katrine Mary Kim, Kaelin Lewis, Rachel Lokai, Johnathan Martin, Sara Masters, Shane Meyer, Christian Nichols, Brady Oder, Brooke Ohnmeiss, Emma Pauly, James (Trey) Pence, Chasen Poole, Tyler Purk, Cynthia Ramey, Samantha Ramey, Johnathan Reed, Paige Russell, Donovan Sands, Lauren Smail, Lacie Smith, Leila Smith, Kenneth Stahler, Austin Stickney, Frank Still, Alyssa Theodor, Cyrus Theodor, Logan Thompson, Lauryn Tully, Jacquelynn Washburn, Gabriel Wier, Natalie Zerkle
OHIO HI POINT SUPERINTENDENT’S LIST
Adrian Blanken, Cortney Floyd, Hallie Johnson
UPPER VALLEY JVS
Third Quarter Merit Roll
GRAHAM HIGH SCHOOL 2018-2019
MERIT ROLL – 3rd 9 WEEKS
3.0000 – 3.4999
Sean Brock, Brent Case, Mason Collette, Rebecca Cox, Alex Foulks, Kirbie Gentis, Halynn Harris, Zachary Haynes, Brycen Howard, Evan Lykins, Ryan Mason, Sylvia McKamy, Allyson Minnich, Aiden Oburn, James Pelfrey, Trevor Pence, Brayden Reneer, Jayden Sells, Jordan Shefbuch, Brooke Shoemaker, Jayden Tourney, Zackery VanScoy, Evan Whitt, Ian Wiant, Samantha Wilt
Lindsey Brayton, Ava Buell, Miracle Clemons, Jordan Colchin, Avery Crall, Matthew (Bryant) Crisler, Arial Cupps, Ashley Doroda, Mirah Etayem, Abednego Ford, Shelden Ford, Abram Gilliam, Ethan Grove, Paul (Roegan) Hines, Alizah Holycross, Emma Isaac, Brady King, Benjamin Mader, Cody Massengill, Isaac Maurice, Denise Medley, Jack Mefford, Andrew Neeld, Jakob Pullins, Johnathan Roby, Brystol Russell, Karissa Sanford, Colby Strader, Zoe Taulbee, Savannah Taynor, Eric Thomas, Grace Todd, Sydney Underwood, Erica Washburn, Grant Whetstone, Levi Wright
Avery Anderson, Brady Anderson, Jeffery (Jay) Andrus, Logan Anthony, Sean (Andy) Back, Mackenzie Bailes, Alleigha Botner, Zackery Bumgardner, Ira Creviston, Colton Dunn, Hunter Gibson, Christian Harmon, Leah Henry, Lindon Hoblit, Maddison Howard, Victoria Laughman, Hannah Monroe, Makenna Nichols, Matthew Reed, Zachery Sanderson, Andrew Shaffer, Myriah Wright, Joseph Yukon, Amara Zerkle
Emily Baker, Megan Bennett, Layne Brayton, Emerson Bruce, Adam Cahoon, Elizabeth Fidler, Abbie Hennig, Kaylie Jones, Seth Kuivinen, Joshua Lewis, Alexis Neeld, Anna North, Blake Reed, Jeremy Thomas, Cameron Tyler, Cameron VanHoose, Tyler Wooten, Nickolaus Yoh
Ohio Hi-Point A-B Honor Roll
Donna Cupps, Gabrielle Fisher, Alexis Garver, Veronica (Sky) Griffith, Jade Maloney, Iris Wright
UPPER VALLEY JVS
Class of 2020- One Year Programs Available at Ohio Hi-Point
Are you a senior and interested in learning a trade? Ohio Hi-Point is offering Senior-only programs for students to be able to learn a trade and earn credentialing in specific fields to prepare students for college or career readiness. Find a counselor or call Ohio Hi-Point to learn more about the programs today!
Class B CDL (One-Year Only)- A Class B commercial driver license is required to operate straight trucks, large busses, segmented buses, box trucks, and dump trucks and small trailers. Getting your CDL makes you part of an industry that moves the lifeblood of the US economy. While everyone sees trucks on the road, they don’t realize those trucks are moving 70% of the freight in the United States – freight accounting for over $670 billion.
Ohio Certified Nursery Technician (One-Year Only)- The Ohio Certified Nursery Technician (OCNT) program has three specializations, Garden Center, Grower, and Landscape. Landscape contractors are relied on to provide horticultural advice as well as landscape construction techniques. Students will learn plant identification, plant usage, plant health, soils, turfgrass management, use of pesticides, construction techniques, design, sales and more. Professional Certification is one of the most important steps an individual can take to demonstrate knowledge and stand out as examples of excellence in the Green Industry.
NCCER Certification and Equipment Operations (One-Year Only)- Construction is more than a job. It is a career with high demand, high salaries and high potential, over 180,000 jobs available in Ohio. NCCER is recognized by the construction industry as the training, assessment, certification and career development standard.
Robotics Certification (One-Year Only)- Earn your FANUC and MotoMan certifications, gaining skills that are highly sought after in the high-tech engineering and manufacturing industries. Students will learn the basic understanding of robot operations and programming as well as material handling and its components. These credentials will allow you to succeed in a variety of career opportunities.
NIMS Machining (One-Year Only)- Student learn the automated method of machining through hands-on work with Lathe and Mill machines. A lathe machine rotates a workpiece on an axis to perform various operations like cutting, sanding, knurling, and drilling. Mill machines are for precision and efficiency. By earning NIMS credentials, students secure a competitive edge when applying for jobs because they have demonstrated that their skills meet the industry established standards. NIMS credentials never expire.
HVAC - NCCER Certification (One-Year Only)-The increasing development of HVAC (heating and air-conditioning systems) technology causes employers to recognize the importance of keeping up to speed with the latest equipment and skills, giving students completing this course an advantage in the hiring process. Students will have an introduction to HVAC, trade mathematics, basic electricity, introduction to air distribution systems, basic copper and plastic piping practices, and soldering and brazing.
STNA (One-Year Only)- State tested nurse's aides are vital to the healthcare industry and jobs are expected to increase 20% between 2010 and 2020, adding significant value to your resume for completing this program. Students learn personal care skills, mental health and social service needs, infection control, basic restorative services, safety and emergency procedures, resident rights, and basic nursing skills. The STNA certificate sets you on the pathway to a career or an associate’s degree in medical assisting, multi-competency health, or nursing.
Sports Physicals and Meningococcal Vaccines May 20th
April Scholarship Deadlines
May Scholarship Deadlines
After School Program is taking members!
Last Week in Sports
Loss to Ben Logan 11-6
Loss at Ben Logan 4-0
Loss to Shawnee 13-1
- Win versus Xenia 4-2
- Win versus Greenon 10-0
- Boys Track- Champaign County Meet - 4th Place Team
- 4x800 Relay- 1st (Flora, Callicoat, Hannahs, Turner, St. Myers)
- 110 Hurdles- Kalen Tullis- 4th
- 110 Hurdles- Roegan Hines- 5th
- 100 Dash- Jason Howard- 3rd
- 4x100 Relay- 4th (Bailey, St. Myers, Adams, Vanscoy, Hughes)
- 300 Hurdles- Roegan Hines- 5th
- 800 Run- Dalton Hannahs- 3rd
- 800 Run- Matt Flora- 4th
- 200 Dash- Jason Howard- 5th
- 3200 Run- Logan Brown- 4th
- 4x400 Relay- 3rd (Callicoat, Flora, Hughes, St. Myers, Vanscoy)
- 4x200 Relay- 2nd (Bailey, St. Myers, Hughes, Vanscoy, Adams)
- High Jump- Riley Fritts- 2nd
- Long Jump- Jason Howard- 2nd
- Shot Put- Zack VanScoy- 5th
- Girls Track- Champaign County- 2nd Place Team
- 4x800 Relay- 2nd (Ritter, Ohnmeiss, Nichols, Bailey)
- 100 Hurdles- Amber Robeson- 3rd
- 100 Dash- Grace Nash- 5th
- 4x200- 3rd (Whaley, Crabtree, Ritter, Nash)
- 1600 Run- Holly Kamper- 3rd
- 200 Dash- Grace Nash- 2nd
- 4x100 Relay- 4th (Whaley, Crabtree, Robeson, Nash)
- 400 Dash- Chloe Crabtree- 4th
- 300 Hurdles- Amber Robeson- 2nd
- 800 Run- Lauren Bailey- 2nd
- 800 Run- Holly Kamper- 4th
- 4x400 Relay- 5th (Whaley, Ohnmeiss, Ritter, Bailey)
- Long Jump- Nadia Ritter-4th
- Long Jump- Randi Nichols- 5th
- Shot Put- Bailee Magnuson- 1st
- Shot Put- Elise Kemp- 5th
- Pole Vault- Kayla Smith- 3rd
Week of April 29th
- April 29
- Baseball at North Union 5:00 PM
- Softball at North Union 5:00 PM
- JV Baseball with North Union 5:00 PM
- JV Softball with North Union 5:00 PM
- April 30
- Track Quad Home 4:30 PM
- May 1
- Baseball with North Union 5:00 PM
- Softball with North Union 5:00 PM
- JV Baseball at North Union 5:00 PM
- JV Softball at North Union 5:00 PM
- May 2
- Upper Valley Career Center Awards Night 7:00 PM
- State FFA Convention
- May 3
- Track at West Liberty Relays 4:30 PM
- Baseball at Tecumseh 5:00 PM
- Softball at Tecumseh 5:00 PM
- JV Baseball with Tecumseh 5:00 PM
- State FFA Convention
- May 4
- Prom 8:00 PM
- May 7
- CBC Track Semifinals 4:30 PM
- JV Baseball at Versailles 5:00 PM
- Baseball with Versailles 5:00 PM
- May 8
- English AP Test
- Baseball at Greenville 5:00 PM
- May 10
- AP American History Test
- CBC Track Finals 4:30 PM
- JV Baseball at Jonathan Alder 5:00 PM
- Baseball with Jonathan Alder 5:00 PM
- May 11
- Band Ice Cream Social
John Hopkins Engineering Innovation Summer Program
The Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation Summer (EI) Program will be held at Clark State Community Collegein Springfield, OH. We are asking that you share the information below with students interested in math, science, and engineering.
EI is the summer version of a course offered to first year engineering majors at Johns Hopkins University (JHU). The semester-long course has been condensed into four or five weeks. During the program, students complete lab activities in computer, chemical, electrical, computer, civil, mechanical engineering, and materials science. Course materials, including labs and sample quizzes, can be viewed here. Students who earn an A or B in the class receive three college credits from JHU.
This is a great opportunity for students to try college engineering while still in high school. They can decide if they want to pursue an engineering major and which field is of the most interest to them.
Students applying to EI at Clarks State may request a waiver for the application fee. Need-based full and partial scholarships are available for commuting students. Students interested in receiving financial aid should apply early.
Below is a link to a video in which past EI students and faculty talk about the program: https://ei.jhu.edu/engineering-overview-video/.
This course is rigorous, and students must have As and Bs in their high school math and science classes. They also must have taken the following subjects to be eligible to apply:
· Algebra II
· Physics or Chemistry
· Trigonometry, or have learned to use the trig functions – up through the application of the laws of sines and cosines to resolve non-right angle triangles in another math course
· Most students are rising Juniors and Seniors in high school
· EI Course:
June 24 – July 19, 2019, Monday – Friday,
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
· Online Application Available: December 15, 2018
· First Deadline: February 15, 2019
· Financial Aid Priority Deadline: March 15, 2019
· Final Deadline: June 1, 2019
Please discuss this opportunity with your students who may be interested in learning more about engineering. We would be happy to email you an information flyer to share with your students. If you are interested, please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please visit our website: https://ei.jhu.edu/.
Please share the Engineering Innovation video with your students: