Students in Ohio Hi-Point’s Teaching Professions satellite at Marysville High School took top honors at the Future Educators Association Ohio Conference over the weekend.
(Pictured, front row left to right: Katy Dibble, Shelby Wilkerson, Sara Black, Braxton Cruea, Nick Miller, and Jordan Tackett
Second row left to right: Shayleigh Pugh, Abigayle Demchak, Bridget O’Neill, Emily Euans, Brittany Lewis, and Kelsey Gugel)
The Teaching Professions students received an Honor Chapter Award for their combined grade point average, participation in education activities, skill building, and service.
Students also received first in the state in the Chapter Display competition after using the theme “Educators illustrate each student’s book of life” to develop an intriguing array of individualized books.
“Each year we compete, I am so impressed with the students’ team work and support of one another throughout the events,” commented Judy Fletcher, FEA Advisor. “They will be amazing teachers.”
In individual competitions, Kelsey Gugel and Shayleigh Pugh won first place for a t-shirt design, which was featured on the conference program and t-shirts.
Sara Black, Abigayle Demchak, and Bridget O’Neill placed sixth in the Children’s Literature competition.
Emily Euans placed tenth in lesson planning and job application.
Katy Dibble is a semifinalist in the Prepared Speech competition.
The group looks forward to attending the National Conference in April. Chapter member Shelby Wilkerson, who serves as the FEA Ohio Recording Secretary, will represent the state of Ohio.