The May 18, 2020 Regular Board meeting for the Adams County Ohio Valley School District will be streamed live at 5pm. Please visit the following URL. https://youtu.be/Wy7eCbd9Qxs
The OVCTC had the honor of hosting the Senior Conpletion Ceremony for the Cosmetology (Mrs. Davis, Instructor), Early Childhood Education (Mrs. Hoop, Instructor) and Health Careers Technology (Mrs. Grooms, Instructor) programs this evening. We wish all our Seniors the best of luck with their future endeavors!!!
The OVCTC is very excited for these three young ladies in the OVCTC Ag Business program. We are proud to have Kaitlyn Shreffler who ranked 1st academically in the building, Cortney Brown, 4th overall, and Whitney Hill 5th overall. Speaks volumes to the caliber of students we had this year in the Ag Business program. We also want to give special recognition to Kaitlyn Shreffler for her state gold rated treasurer book, and Whitney Hill for her state gold rated Reporters book. Best wishes to these young ladies as they further their education after high school!
In this video message to the Adams County Ohio Valley Schools community Mr. Seas, joined by Safety Coordinator Mr. Parker, discus the state''s directives as it concerns our district's graduation ceremonies. https://youtu.be/6ZlYZv6iCZw
The May 2, 2020 Special Board meeting for the Adams County Ohio Valley School District will be streamed live at 1pm. Please visit the following URL. https://youtu.be/aWbO5l0AaAg
ATTENTION OVCTC SENIORS: The OVCTC teachers and staff look forward to seeing you at your “Completion Ceremony”! While it saddens everyone that we will not be allowed to celebrate as a whole group due to state social distancing guidelines & the ban of social gatherings with 10 or more people, we will follow through with our program in a modified manner! With your scheduled 10 minute appointment, you will have your name announced in the CTC cafeteria and be videotaped as you are presented with your program certificate by your instructor. Please see the schedule below as to the day/times each program will be recognized. By scheduling during your program’s designated time, we are ensuring that you have the opportunity to say farewell to your program instructor!!! Please note that each student will be permitted to bring 4 guests into the building with them: Culinary Arts - May 5th, 5 - 5:50 PM Automotive Tech - May 5th, 6 - 7:30 PM Ag Business - May 6th, 6 - 7:20 PM Ag Mechanics - May 6th, 7:30 - 9 PM Welding - May 7th, 5 - 8 PM Cosmetology - May 11th, 5 - 5:30 PM Early Childhood - May 11th, 5:40 - 6:50 PM Health Careers - May 11th, 7 - 8:10 PM Information Systems Tech - May 12th, 5-8 PM Construction Tech - May 13th, 5 - 7:10 PM CNC Machining - May 13th, 7:20 - 9:10 PM You may call the CTC office during our office hours on Friday, May 1st, (8 AM to 12 PM) to schedule your recognition time. THE CTC office will not be open tomorrow so we look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience on Friday!!!
The April 28, 2020 Special Board meeting for the Adams County Ohio Valley School District will be streamed live at 8am. Please visit the following URL. https://youtu.be/igcUhYjN440
The Adams County Ohio Valley School Board will be returning from executive session soon. Please join the live stream at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EiJ2v7EBjGc
The April 2020 Regular Board meeting for the Adams County Ohio Valley School District will be streamed live at the following URL. https://youtu.be/EiJ2v7EBjGc
Attention OVCTC Students & Parents: 1. For those students who can’t access their school closure assignments via Google Docs, Google Classroom or email with their Chromebook & home internet or their cellphone, printed packets of course materials have been created by your teachers / program instructors for the month of April. The OVCTC office will be open from: APRIL 20th, 8 AM to Noon APRIL 22nd, 8 AM to Noon APRIL 24th, 8 AM to Noon Again, if you can access this info online, please don’t come into the office to pick up printed materials / a course packet. At this point, we are only distributing assignments for the month of April. 2. Attention Juniors & Seniors: If you did not turn in your uniforms during the past two weeks, please do so as soon as possible. Your complete uniform must be turned in to avoid a lost uniform fee. Most programs had 4 shirts issued but some programs had shirts and scrub pants.
Attention OVCTC Students & Parents: 1. For those students who can’t access their school closure assignments via Google Docs, Google Classroom or email with their Chromebook & home internet or their cellphone, printed packets of course materials have been created by your teachers / program instructors for the month of April. The OVCTC office will be open from: APRIL 14th, 3 - 6 PM APRIL 15th 8 - 10 AM APRIL 17th, 8 AM - Noon Again, if you can access this info online, please don’t come into the office to pick up printed materials / a course packet. 2. Attention Seniors - if you did not turn in your uniforms the week of April 6th, please do so as soon as possible. 3. Attention Juniors - the office staff will be collecting your uniforms the week of April 13th. Your complete uniform (most programs had 4 shirts issued but some programs had shirts and scrub pants) must be returned to avoid a lost uniform fee! 4. Attention All Students - regardless of whether you are a Senior or a Junior, if you must come to the office to pick up a class packet of your April assignments, please bring your uniforms to turn in so that you are only making one trip!
The Ag Business class would like to introduce everyone to our baby goat triplets! They are all boys and are doing well. Mr. Rhonemus would like to give a big shout out to all the students and families who are helping us keep the school farm moving forward in these trying times. Very thankful and supportive of all essential farmers who help feed us and the world.
Attention OVCTC Students & Parents: 1. For those students who can’t access their school closure assignments via Google Docs, Google Classroom or email with their Chromebook & home internet or their cellphone, printed packets of course materials have been created by your teachers / program instructors for the month of April. The OVCTC office will be open from: APRIL 6th, 9 AM - 5 PM APRIL 7th, 4 - 7 PM APRIL 8th, 8 - 10 AM APRIL 10th, 8 - 10 AM Again, if you can access this info online, please don’t come into the office to pick up printed materials / a course packet. 2. Attention Seniors - the office staff will be collecting your uniforms the week of April 6th. Your complete uniform (most programs had 4 shirts issued but some programs had shirts and scrub pants) must be returned to avoid a lost uniform fee! 3. Attention Juniors - the office staff will be collecting your uniforms the week of April 13th. Your complete uniform (most programs had 4 shirts issued but some programs had shirts and scrub pants) must be returned to avoid a lost uniform fee! 4. Attention All Students - regardless of whether you are a Senior or a Junior, if you must come to the office to pick up a class packet of your April assignments, please bring your uniforms to turn in so that you are only making one trip!
At 10 am on C103 radio, Dr Hablitzel, Adams County Medical Director/Health commissioner will be discussing Coronavirus and the county’s response.
Today Ohio Governor Mike Dewine announced that beginning Tuesday March 17 all K 12 Ohio schools will close, and they will reopen on Monday April 6, 2020. This includes the Adams County Ohio Valley Schools. As accurate information becomes available we will update you. District Staff should monitor their email for further information and updates.
The OVCTC Ag Business students have been actively engaged in several activities this week! Students have been constructing their wood projects in the junior class, and welding in the senior class. The senior class was fortunate to have Jason Sneed present to the class as well! Jason is an agronomist and the soils coach for Wilmington College, and he was introducing the class to special soil needs for farms that may go overlooked. We appreciate Jason taking time out of his day to help us, and the students for being so attentive and working hard these past couple weeks.
Reminder.. Kindergarten registration is Thursday March 12th for all district attendance areas. Parents get a jump start on your enrollment packet by visiting our Registration Gateway online portal. Click for more details https://tinyurl.com/t3enwbe
The OVCTC FFA performed well at the Wilmington Aggies contest this week. We were well represented with a general livestock team, dairy team, and Karigan Turner judged equine for us. CJ Shelton, Justin Goins, and Dylan Colliver were the dairy team. Our General livestock team of Amber Grooms, Kamden Crum, Cortney Brown, Ryan Barlow, Katie Fulton, Timothy Stephenson, Preston Doss, Darin Davis, Heidi Price, John Motts, Hunter Harris, Lindsay Mullins, John Motts,Whitney Hill, Aly Simpson, Hunter Johnson, and Kaitlyn Shreffler. Kaitlyn Shreffler placed 12th individually, Hunter Johnson 32nd out of 823 individuals! The top four scores consisted of Kaitlyn Shreffler, Hunter Johnson, Aly Simpson, and Lindsay Mullins to place 6th our of nearly 100 teams! Great work everyone and way to represent OVCTC!
Congratulations to OVCTC’s Jack Steed for qualifying for the District Wrestling Championships as a member of the West Union HS wrestling team!
Congratulations to our OVCTC SkillsUSA members who competed in Regional Competition today at Pickaway-Ross CTC! Sydnee Conlon - Gold medal, CPR Desiree Stephenson - Bronze medal, Basic Health Care Skills Mariah Stephens - Medical Terminology Kaitlyn Lute - Job Demonstration A Sophia Mendevil & Abigail Horn - Esthetics Shyanne Minnie - Nursing Assistant Ryan Wesley, Matthew Burns, Claude Taylor and Ethan Prather - Team Works, qualifies straight to state competition
Congratulations to the OVCTC Culinary Arts students who competed in Regional FCCLA Competition over the weekend. The results are as follows: Lathan Jones, Garde Manger - Silver rating Rebekah Chase, Pastry Tray - Silver rating Tracy Cook, Andrew Horsley & Lathan Jones, Culinary Team - Bronze rating Andrew Horsley, Pastry Tray - Bronze rating Tracy Cook, Pastry Cake - Bronze rating Heaven Leitwein, Pastry Cake - Bronze rating
The OVCTC FFA competed in sub district public speaking at Georgetown High School and had great representation. Left to Right: John Motts, Kamden Crum, Lindsay Mullins, Jacob Caudill, and Hunter Johnson. In the extemporaneous division, John placed 2nd and advances to district in the AO pathway, Kamden placed 3rd in AO, and Jacob placed 7th in the A1 pathway. Hunter Johnson placed 2nd in the prepared speaking division and advances to district, and Lindsay placed 3rd. Best wishes to our members heading to the next level, and we are very proud of our students efforts to get out of their comfort zone! Public speaking is challenging, and these members have overcome many fears and obstacles! Special thanks to Mr. Loudon and Georgetown FFA for hosting the contest, and to Ms. Sydney Roberts and Mr. Aaron Lockhart for filling in as two excellent judges for our FFA Creed division speakers in the 9th grade and below!
Juniors in our Early Childhood Education program visited classrooms at North Adams Elementary on Tuesday. While there they were able to observe multiple teachers to experience different teaching strategies and classroom management skills. The students were very impressed with how inviting the school and all of its staff were. A special thanks to Mrs. Mills, Mr. Brewer and all of the teachers who provided our students with such a wonderful experience.
Becky Storer, Early Childhood Education director from Southern State Community College, visited seniors in our ECE program last week to discuss the college and it’s Early Childhood Education program. She shared information on the college, the admission process and financial aide. Her visit helped answer many question students had about college and was a great preparation for a visit planned to their campus for our ECE seniors this spring. We thank Mrs. Storer for taking time from her busy schedule to visit us.
OVCTC FFA is very fortunate to have such a hard working group of officers this year. They have created lots of fun activities for members, led by example, and have learned to keep meetings orderly and effective. Mr. White and Mr. Rhonemus would not be able to get things done as efficiently in the chapter if it wasn’t for these dedicated individuals. We would like to congratulate 3 of our officers for their state ratings! These young ladies put in countless hours and sacrificed their personal time to get their ratings! Kaitlyn Shreffler Gold Rated Treasurer book, Aly Simpson Silver Rated Secretary book, and Whitney Hill Gold Rated Reporter book. Whitney and Aly will be recognized at the Ohio State FFA convention this spring to receive their gold pins! Keep up the good work team and thanks for doing a great job!
Early Chilldhood Education student, senior Heather McKee assisted with administering weekly spelling test today in Ms. Raynard’s 2nd grade classroom at Peebles Elementary. Heather works closely with cooperating teacher Ms. Raynard to learn the 2nd grade curriculum, classroom management skills and daily routines. Heather plans to attend Southern State Community college this fall to pursue a degree in early childhood.
All school activities, practices, and games (home and away) are canceled for today.
The Ag Business class has been hard at work the last few weeks getting their records closed out for the year, developing budgets, filling out applications and working towards degrees! Mr. Rhonemus and Mr. White spent all day at Miami Valley evaluating books and scoring applications all day today. All of our students are heading to the next level of state evaluation and we hope they have continued success for approval! In the meantime, there is still hay to unload, animals that need fed, and equipment to tend to. Thank you to our school, administration, and school board for supporting us in these endeavors!
A big week in Ag Business class at the OVCTC! Students have been diligently working on record keeping and applying for awards. In the midst of record keeping, junior students took blood samples to test for pregnancy in our Boer does. Thank you Mr. Bryan Hazelbaker for being such a great resource for us and for taking time out of your day during your free time to assist us! Thank you to Hess Auction Co. for the opportunity to sell our planter so that we can upgrade our planting equipment. Seniors were introduced to taxes and Lyn Rhonemus from Newman CPA and H & R Block joined us for a session that covered the basics of farm taxes and student preparation for the real world in record keeping. Thank you to everyone who helps make our program successful! Maple syrup harvest is right around the corner next! Thanks to John Motts and Hunter Johnson for assisting with the planter on Saturday as well, they enjoyed a good meal afterwards once everything was finished!
The OVCTC Staff hosted a Christmas Dinner for high school students at the Adams County Children’s Home. Some staff members even brought their own children since there was a special visit by Santa Claus! Thank you to OVSD employees, private citizens, local businesses and community organizations for making generous donations so that this event could be made possible!
The OVCTC Culinary Arts Program will be offering a Serv Safe class for Food Handlers seeking Level 1 & 2 certification. The class will be held at the OVCTC December 16-18 from 4-7:45 PM. Participants will take the Serv Safe Exam on December 18th & the class costs $200. Contact Mrs. Foster (544-2336) at the OVCTC to register for the course.
Valvoline Oil put on a automotive oil and chemical presentation along with Huntley’s NAPA Auto Parts store yesterday for Automotive Technology, Ag Mechanics & Ag Business students. Thanks to Travis Montgomery from Valvoline Oil and Rick Cran from Huntleys Napa Auto Parts store for making this possible!
OVCTC’s Brennan Barr, a student in the Ag Mechanics & Industrial Power Program, took first place this weekend in two motor-cross events he was competing in at Earlywind Motorsport in Maysville, KY! Congratulations to Brennan - we are confident you’ve used skills learned in the Ag Mechanics lab to support your motor cross success!
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