Huron Hometown News | Thursday, January 20, 2011
Schools Huron Students raise $5,572.80 to Help Others The students of Shawnee Elementary and Woodlands Intermediate Schools raised $5,572.80 while participating in the Annual American Heart Association Jump Rope for Heart event this past October. Students jumped rope during their physical education classes to raise money to donate to the American Heart Association. The students of Shawnee Elementary School raised $3,294.30 and the Students from Shawnee ElWoodlands Interementary and Woodlands Inmediate students termediate raised over $5,500 raised $2,278.50. for the American Heart AssoMrs. Dana Skavnak, ciation. Physical Education teacher was very pleased with the student’s participation and the amount of money raised and donated to the American Heart Association. Thanks to everyone who supported the students during this very important fund raiser.
EHOVE Students Earn Industry Certifications Many of the EHOVE training programs allow students to earn industry certifications that will help them in their future career, even though they’re still in high school. Eleven Computer Networking Technology students recently took advantage of the opportunity by becoming C-TECH certified in computer network cabling. After completing a 40-hour course, the students demonstrated their skills in identifying, terminating, installing and troubleshooting different types of cables to earn the certification. This certification is just one of several industry-recognized certifications available to EHOVE students free of charge. Computer Networking Technology students may
earn up to 24 college credits through BGSU/Firelands, also free of charge. Seth Shaffer (Bellevue H.S.) and Daniel Smith (South Central H.S.) are glad to be able to get a jump start on their certifications and college credit. “It’s good to get it now ahead of everyone else at college,” said Shaffer. “More certifications will help me find a job after school,” said Smith. “I plan to go to into the Coast Guard. This certification will help me get closer to the job I want there,” said Zach Quinn (Perkins H.S.).
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Eleven Computer Networking Technology students recently earned their C-TECH certifications in computer network cabling. (L-R) Front row: Ron Osborne (New London H.S.), Jacob Forsythe (Vermilion H.S.), Seth Shaffer (Bellevue H.S.), Zachary Quinn (Perkins H.S.), Leland Palmer (Huron H.S.). Back row: Michael McMahon (Huron H.S.), Michael Foust (Norwalk H.S.), Ben McLaughlin (Edison H.S.), Dan Smith (South Central H.S.), William Harmon (Vermilion H.S.), David Kirk (Norwalk H.S.)
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