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Pioneer Career & Technology Center Dinner, GOAL Students


Pioneer hosts partner school boards

SHELBY — The Pioneer Career and Technology Center School Board hosted the 51st annual All-Board and Trustee Dinner on March 31. After being unable to organize the event for the past two years; Pioneer hosted board members and administrators from the 14 partner schools.

The dinner was held at the Pioneer Cafeteria where the Culinary Arts students planned, prepared and served an elaborate dinner that included a land and sea themed menu including a dessert table. Pioneer horticulture students created centerpieces.

The highlight of the evening was the presentations of senior projects. The students presenting were: Kamdyn Vanderpool, Buckeye Central Precision Machining; Kiley Mosley, Bucyrus Horticulture; Chelsea Daubenspeck, exercise science/sports medicine to Colonel Crawford; Olivia Corwin, Crestline Graphic Arts; Brent Douglas, Crestview criminal judge; Makenzie Lawson, cosmetologist at Le Galion; Aleah Trusdle, Lexington Home Renovation; Isaac Neff, Welding and Kylea Foss, Lucas Cosmetology; Emily Boyd of Northmor Performing Arts; Kiah Potter, Ontario Health Assistant; Evie Thornsberry, medical assistant and Skylar Francis, medical assistant from Plymouth; Allexis Thompson, exercise science/sports medicine at Shelby; Marianna Torres, Willard’s dental assistant; Autumn Schafer, Wynford Early Childhood Education. Senior projects are the culmination of each student’s achievements, integrating both academic and technical skills. All Pioneer seniors complete a senior project.

GOAL Digital Academy Mansfield and Galion announce students of the month

To help establish a foundation for proactive behavior and academic achievement within the GOAL Digital Academy student population, the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) team has launched an institution-wide initiative school to engage students at all academic levels. The team has implemented a Student of the Month program in which students are recognized in three grade groups – elementary, middle and high school – for behavioral achievements that align with the PBIS initiative, not just grades. or attendance.

GOAL Digital Academy has announced the students named Students of the Month for January, February and March. Students are nominated by staff members. Students who receive this honor will have their photo displayed in their learning lab, receive a student of the month pennant and certificate, and be congratulated by the administration.

The following Mansfield students have been named, listed by grade level:

  • January: Johnny Dale Hudson, Grade 9; Elizabeth Donaugh, 3rd year
  • February: Gaige Jackson, 9th grade; Gavin Music, Grade 4
  • March: Mackenzie Shick, Grade 10; Ashley Hall, 8th grade; Campbell Good, 5th grade

The following Galion students have been named, listed by grade level:

  • January: Samuel Belcher, 3rd year; Lily Sloane, Grade 12
  • February: Cody Griffin, Grade 10; Ivan Petty, 8th grade; Lauriana Shumway, 5th grade
  • March: Kathleen Creek, Grade 11; Daniel Mehek, 8th grade; Rayanna Lott, 2nd year

The GOAL Digital Academy Mansfield Lab, located at 890 W. Fourth St. in Mansfield, and the Galion Lab, located at 366 Portland Way North, serve students in Mansfield, Galion and surrounding areas.

Deadline Approaching for MindSprouts Annual Creative Writing Program

The annual MindSprouts Creative Writing Competition invites students to submit an essay in one or more of the following categories: short story, play or poem. The theme for this year’s competition is “Our Wonderful and Wacky World!

The top submissions from each level group in the MindSprouts competition are sent to a celebrity jury to be judged, then adapted for the stage and presented at the Renaissance at 7 p.m. on May 19.

Submissions should fit the theme “Our Wonderful and Wacky World!” » Students can submit individually or can submit collaborative work from a group of up to three students. Submissions must be received by Renaissance no later than April 15 to be eligible for the contest.

Submissions should be emailed to [email protected] and postal submissions can be mailed to: Dauphne Maloney, Renaissance Education Department, 138 Park Avenue West, Mansfield 44902.

For more information, contact Dauphne Maloney at [email protected] or 419-522-2726, Ext. 212.

A Galion resident is a new member of the American Angus Association

GALION – Preston Arnett, Galleon, is a new junior member of the American Angus Association, reports Mark McCully, CEO of the national organization headquartered in Saint Joseph, Missouri.

Junior members of the Association are eligible to register cattle in the American Angus Association, participate in programs conducted by the National Junior Angus Association, and compete in Association-sponsored shows and other national events. and regional.

The American Angus Association is the largest beef breed association in the world, with over 25,000 active adult and junior members.