The Adams County Ohio Valley School District is in the process of planning for federal programs for the 2022-2023 year and is seeking parent input. Please take a moment to complete the survey at https://forms.gle/vkWZoQFfiSNk8Lrf8 If you have questions, please contact Tracy Spires, Director of Exceptional Education & State/Federal Programs at 544-5586, ext. 17810.
The Adams County Ohio Valley School District will hold its regular meeting this evening, Monday, March 21, 2022, at the OVCTC beginning at 6 pm. The meeting will be streamed on the District’s YouTube Channel https://youtu.be/D6oZe6ElouE
Congratulations to Cayden Hesler for winning the attendance award in Mr. Cooper’s CNC Machining lab! This award is one aspect of the PBIS efforts at the OVCTC & we are proud to celebrate the positive behavior choices of our students!
The OVCTC Early Childhood Education seniors have the opportunity to participate in an early childhood education internship that places them in an elementary classroom all day. This placement provides them the opportunity to learn from wonderful teachers and gain a better understanding of the strategies and topics they’ve studied in the early childhood education program. Ronnie Slack is completing his internship at Peebles Elementary and works with the third grade teaching team of Mrs. Laura Applegate and Mrs. Tabitha Duffey. Last week Ronnie dressed up as the “bookworm” for students in his hallway at PES. His cooperating teachers said students were so excited and absolutely loved it.
Thank you to Sheffer Corporation for hosting Mr. Cooper’s CNC Machining Program for a facility tour this week. We appreciate Sheffer Corp. serving as a business & industry partner for the OVCTC precision machining program!
Due to a service provider outage, phone service to all district buildings is not working. Our provider is working on the issue and hopes to have the service restored later this morning.
The OVCTC PBIS Committee would like to recognize students who have been chosen to appear on the Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports Bulletin Board for the month of March. They are being recognized for their excellent display of behavior in the following categories: Professional, Proficient and Productive. These students stand out among the student body as exhibiting the following types of behaviors: following directions, positive language, acts of kindness, present & on time, honest, on task, following safety rules, reporting safety hazards, using equipment appropriately. They are members of one of the following programs at the Ohio Valley Career and Technical Center: Welding, Automotive, Culinary Arts, Cosmetology.
The OVCTC PBIS Committee is pleased to announce that these students were selected to make the February PBIS bulletin board. These students are recognized for their excellent display of positive behavior at the Ohio Valley Career and Technical Center. They have been nominated by their respective program directors in the following departments: CNC Machining, Health Careers, Agricultural & Industrial Power, Construction Management.They are recognized for good behavior in the classroom, hallway, cafeteria, lab, field trips, competitions, etc. Program directors look for the following behaviors in their students: following directions, positive language, acts of kindness, present and on time, honest, on task, following safety rules, reporting safety hazards, using equipment appropriately. Congrats for a job well done!
Congratulations to the OVCTC FFA livestock judging team who placed 1st out of nearly 900 students on Wednesday March 2nd! Zander White, Hayden Crum, Mitchell Ohnewehr, and Ryan Shoemaker were the top scores out of 92 teams. Congratulations gentlemen!
Lots of fun activities and experiences in recognition of National FFA Week during the recent OVCTC celebration! Caricature artist Galen Bailey, commissioners proclamation, radio spots, Ag Olympics, theme days, Tractor Parade, and lots of food and fun! Thank you to all who helped us make this a great event!
The Adams County Ohio Valley School District will hold its regular meeting this evening, Monday, February 28, 2022, at the OVCTC beginning at 6 pm. The meeting will be streamed on the District’s YouTube Channel https://youtu.be/7M9EgKtZXfI
Thank you to our OVCTC Automotive Technology Program for donating the most items during the recent collection drive for the Adams County Humane Society! Very proud of our students at the CTC giving back to the community!
So proud of our OVCTC FFA Members - they capped off the FFA Week activities with the annual tractor & implement parade! Thank you for a fun week of activities for both students & staff!
Congrarulations to OVCTC Seniors LaShae Smitson, Kaitlynn Elliott and Zoe Arnold! They are members of Mrs. Grooms’ Health Careers Technology Program. These students passed their National Healthcare Association Phlebotomy exam on February 24th!
The OVCTC FFA members travelled to Louisville, Kentucky to the National Farm Machinery Show and tractor pulls on Friday, February 18th. Students learned new agriculture technology and had some fun along the way! Special thanks to Brandon Grooms for chaperoning and Terry Robinson for being such a great bus driver!
The OVCTC Culinary Arts Program competed at Regional Competition at Columbus State Community College today! Congratulations to our FCCLA members for earning silver ratings due to their hard work & preparation!
The OVCTC Ag Mechanics program is very proud of two, great young men who represented the Ohio Valley CTC FFA chapter at District contest - Lane Martin & Carter Vogler. They prepared well with the help of Mr. Wes Sweet at Ag Pro in Georgetown. Both agreed they felt prepared and faced some tough compitietion last week. Congratulations to those who are moving on. Thanks to Ag Pro in Wilmington for hosting the contest. Thank you to the boys for their hard work and support of our program.
The OVCTC Ag Business students have been busy working on concrete projects, taking care of new baby calves, conducting meetings, and completing their woodworking projects. They have completed their record keeping and will be active in many judging contests coming up this spring!
The OVCTC Ag Mechanics students were busy in lab last week. Students observed a clear carb demonstration, A special thanks to Briggs & Stratton for the donation to our program
The OVCTC Early Childhood Education program offers students the opportunity to work with students from preschool through 6th grade. Junior Alexis Palmer is shown working in Mrs. Weeks 5th grade classroom reviewing mathematical skills with students. Providing students time to work in a variety of grade levels allows them to have a better understanding of what grade levels they would be interested in for future careers.