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Student work lauded

Student successes were highlighted Wednesday during a regular meeting of the Ohio Hi-Point school board Wednesday.

In an update submitted to the board, High School Director Shelly Swaney reported Colton Low, an electronics engineering student from Bellefontaine, was named the Southwest Region Vice President at the SkillsUSA Leadership Conference, and Nick Davis, an electronics engineering student from West Liberty-Salem, was named Southwest Region first runner-up historian.

Graham satellite students Shelby Faulkner, Carter Jenkins and Hannah Rutledge earned American  degrees, the highest degree a student can earn in FFA, presented at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis.

Thanksgiving break at Hi-Point is Nov. 21-23. Parent teacher conferences are Dec. 6.

In other action, the board approved:

• the report of the treasurer including interests and investments; appropriation modifications, transfers, increases and advances; and October’s financial statement;

• the resignation of Michelle Rutledge, Adult Education Financial Aid/Students Services, for the purpose of other employment;

• the attendance of Rodney Peterson, auto technology instructor, at the Indy Motorsports Industry Show in Indiana; and

• the donation of a 2000 Volkswagen Passat GLS from Wes Hall of Belle Center for use by the auto technology lab.

The next regular Hi-Point school board meeting is Dec. 19.

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