Coshocton High School sophomore Marcus Bustillo attempts to suture a turkey breast, under the watchful eye of Dr. Jeff Poland, a local veterinarian. Poland manned one of the rotations in the Career Center’s Health Technology lab, during today’s Sophomore Visitation. Also included in the program’s rotations were Coshocton County EMS, Coshocton County Memorial Hospital (Diagnositc Lab, OT/PT and Radiology departments) and CVS Pharmacy.
Over 400 sophomores from across the county descended on the Coshocton County Career Center yesterday. Their mission: to explore career-technical fields of study, in order to determine whether or not those programs might be a good fit for them. The annual Sophomore Visitation event is hosted by the Career Center to provide the students with information about the school’s eleven career-technical programs. Continue reading
Electronics senior Sequoyah Bullock (CHS) shows Coshocton County Head Start preschoolers how to use the hand-hand units which control tabletop robots, built by students in the program.
Through a CCCC – Coshocton County Head Start partnership, 16 preschoolers were invited to visit the Career Center to learn about what is taught there, experiencing three of the school’s eleven career-tech programs, first-hand. Continue reading
Cosmetology junior, Kaylee Burchfield (RVHS), accepts an award for earning a 3.57 GPA, after the first nine-weeks grading period from Superintendent Deborah Kapp-Salupo, while Counselor Doug Nagle, continues to recognize the other twenty-five honor roll recipients. Early Childhood Education junior Hannah Brown (RVHS) [Lower Right] deposits her first ‘lobo buck’, which will enter her in a raffle for prizes at the end of the school year.
Juniors and seniors earning a 3.0 or higher grade point average after the first nine-weeks reporting period were recognized yesterday in a school-wide awards assembly. In all, one hundred and one students were recognized. Continue reading
Career Center Student Council officers [L-R]: Isaiah Buckler (RWHS) and Jannie Cayton (RVHS) pipe whipped cream on top of pie slices, for Career Center students and staff members during the annual Thanksgiving lunch.
Coshocton County Career Center’s Student Council members hosted a Thanksgiving lunch for Career Center students and staff today during both lunch periods. Continue reading
Coshocton County school board president, Tad Johnson (Left) and superintendent, Deborah Kapp-Salupo (Right), present Tom Thompson and Valerie Boateng, their OSBA 2013 Media Honor Roll certificates for being chosen as exemplary media partners for the 2013.
On behalf of their efforts in promoting the Coshocton County Career Center and secondary career-technical training, in general, the Ohio School Board Association has named two local media employees to its 2013 Media Honor Roll. Recognized are Tom Thompson, of WTNS Radio, and Valerie Boateng, formerly with the MNCO/Gannett company, representing the Coshocton Tribune. Continue reading
Staff Sergeant Brad Collmar addresses students and staff during the Career Center’s annual Veterans Day assembly, while Criminal Justice students (L-R: Kylie Brown, Matt DelToro, Sara Chittum, Raven Srain and Nick Good) serve as color guard unit.
In observance of Veterans Day, members of the Coshocton County Career Center’s National Technical Honor Society coordinated a special assembly for students and staff members today. Continue reading
Career Center student ambassador Matt Saylor (Right), a junior in the Natural Resources program, shows Ridgewood seventh-grader Keith Claxon how to use the VJS web-based tool to listen to Rajan Pradan, a California architect, describe his job.
With the help of the Career Center, ninety-six seventh-graders had the chance to job shadow a marine biologist, an architect, a conservationist, a freight logistics coordinator and a manufacturing engineer, in addition to approximately 145 other workers. Continue reading
Cosmetology seniors [L-R] Lakin Pate and Alexia Grove, practice Reflexology techniques on human subjects, as Lynn Russell offers instruction in reflexology techniques, stimulating the energy in other parts of the body, by applying pressure to specific points on the foot. Russell is a certified polarity and reflexology practitioner and owns Healing Elements, in Newcomerstown.
Reflexology and polarity are terms that may sound complicated, but according to Lynn Russell, owner of Healing Elements, the practice is well-founded and, quite simply, works. Russell visited with Cosmetology students at the Coshocton County Career Center this afternoon, where she presented the concepts and had each student try out some of the learned techniques on friends and family members. Continue reading
Instructor Mike Cichon [Far left], dressed as a zombie clown, along with several of his students show off their Halloween costumes at this year’s costume contest. Students pictured are [L-R}: Kelly Towner (CHS), Janie Cayton (RVHS), Chase Reveal (RWHS), Natasha Koski (RCHS) and Tiffany Berry (CHS).
As they do each year, zombies, clowns, warriors and celebrities made a visit to the Career Center’s Commons area where they paraded in front of a panel of judges, who scored the best costumes in a several categories. The event, the school’s annual Halloween costume contest, was sponsored by Student Council, Thursday afternoon, October 31. Continue reading
Health Technology student ambassador Amber Dillon allows Ridgewood kindergartener Logan Ridenbaugh to listen to the heartbeat of fellow student Chloe Love, with a stethoscope. The children also took one another’s temperature with a temporal thermometer.
Student ambassadors from the Coshocton County Career Center spent the day, Tuesday, October 29, helping Ridgewood Elementary’s kindergarteners and first graders explore metal fabrication and nursing jobs. Continue reading