Student Achievement Fair booths

We are happy to announce the following districts who will be among the 100 participating booths at this year’s Capital Conference Student Achievement Fair.

Amherst EV: School Community Garden, Booth 1859
Learn how to generate funds, gather community support, and design and use school gardens.
Beth Schwartz, principal, (440) 984-2496

Arcanum-Butler Local (Darke): Virtual Simulation — Safety, Booth 1811
Learn how high school students worked with Lumir Research Institute and the Gaming/Research Learning Lab at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base to create a virtual rendition of the school that first responders can use to conduct practice drills.
Jason Stephan, principal, (937) 692-5174, ext. 1316

Aurora City: Independent Learning Program, Booth 1807
This innovative high school program allows students to explore topics of personal interest and relevance. See how teachers, students and technology come together in innovative ways that challenge traditional learning methods.
Russ Bennett, superintendent, (330) 954-2228

Bedford City: Brain Training with emWave, Booth 2010
Hear how students learn to remain calm and focused through a research-based software application with real-time biofeedback translated into on-screen visualizations and games.
Scott Kronstain, counselor, (440) 439-4509, ext. 3715

Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Local (Greene): Stephen Bell Character Kids Core Team, Booth 1745
Students are nominated for outstanding character and behaviors displayed during the year. Learn about student-led, service-based projects that help the school and community.
Betsy Chadd, director (937) 848-5001, ext. 16115

Bloom-Carroll Local (Fairfield): Expect Success!, Booth 1854
Experience a culture saturated with high student expectations. Teachers, students and parents work together to create a climate of teamwork, expectation and support to drive success.
Stephanie Dinsmore, media center specialist, (614) 837-0786

Bloom-Carroll Local (Fairfield): Online Career Exploration Courses, Booth 1856
Learn how one high school launched an online career exploration course, enrolling 10% of the student body. Students now are paving their own paths toward their goals.
Stephanie Dinsmore, media center specialist, (614) 837-0786

Canton City: CAMP — CAST Apprenticeship and Mentoring, Booth 1906
Hear about a program taught by area professionals in which students secure paid apprenticeships for the summer. Students participate in monthly training seminars on finance, engineering, technology, career planning, business and profile/résumé development.
Kenneth Brunner, principal, (330) 458-3950

Canton City, Booth: Paws for Reading, Booth 1815
Learn how this student-led literacy program helps elementary students focus on reading.
Ruth Zitnik, principal, (330) 438-2750, ext. 130

Canton City: STEAMMing Swinging Hornets, Booth 1812
Hear how this lab band concept focuses on more than technique and theory. Students are taught how to be performers, which helps create a vibe within the group for sharing musical ideas and creativity.
Shawn Monahan, instructional leader (234) 203-6561

Carey EV: Students Achieving Success (SAS), Booth 1944
This multi-day, after-school program serves struggling students in grades seven to nine. Hear about the positive results SAS has on student learning, character and growth.
Peter Cole, principal, (419) 396-7638

Central Local (Defiance): Creative Writing Publication, Booth 1848
Discover how junior English students create, write and publish a paperback book of short stories, poetry and flash fiction.
Eric Drummelsmith, teacher, (419) 658-2808

Champion Local (Trumbull): Central Super Six Positive Behavior Plan, Booth 1808
Hear how teachers help students “clip up” their behavior using the Central Super Six Pillars of Positive Character. This program helps create a climate of cooperation, academic excellence, respect and safety.
Alexandra Nannicola, principal, (330) 847-2328

Cincinnati City: Fuel Up to Play 60, Booth 1901
A student ambassador for Fuel Up to Play 60 shares why it’s important for students to eat healthy and stay active for at least 60 minutes a day.
Evelyn Whittaker, teacher, (513) 363-1000

Coshocton City: Full STEAM Ahead!, Booth 1705
See why STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) is alive and well in Coshocton City. In technology education classes, students develop problem-solving and critical-thinking skills while applying core academic content.
Jon Cotterman, teacher, (740) 622-9433

Coshocton County Career Center: Culinary Arts, Booth 1818
Students perform hands-on food demonstrations and prepare samples for tasting.
Eddie Dovenbarger, principal, (740) 622-0211, ext. 1106

Cuyahoga Heights Local (Cuyahoga): Student Advisory Council, Booth 1753
Learn about this council of middle and high school student leaders and school board members. The council meets to discuss matters of interest to both students and board members.
Tom Evans, principal, (216) 429-5707

Danville Local (Knox): Special-needs Equine Education, Booth 1814
Hear about the remarkable improvement in students with special needs resulting from this program.
Lisa Muncie, teacher, (740) 599-6116

East Palestine City: Awk-Land, Booth 1952
This innovative program allows students to control the scope and pace of their learning while meeting their individual needs. Learn how this program offers daily opportunities for families to see into their children’s classrooms.
Trent Wisser, teacher, (330) 426-9451

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools: Dental Assisting, Booth 1858
Hear about the Dental Assisting Program and the career opportunities that await students who graduate as state-licensed dental assistants.
Sheri Sauer, instructor, (614) 836-5725

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools: Welding, Booth 1852
Learn how students use a virtual welder to obtain an American Welding Society certification.
Brian Huston, instructor, (614) 836-5725

Fairland Local (Lawrence): Fuel Up to Play 60 Team, Booth 2000
Learn how this program helps students make small, everyday changes at school and gives them opportunities to be active. Program members participate in and encourage others to take part in in the team’s events.
Darah Snyder, teacher, (304) 617-6372

Finneytown Local (Hamilton): Girls on the Run, Booth 1804
Hear about an amazing and transformational sixth-grade program that teaches confidence through accomplishment and helps girls establish and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Emily Styles, counselor, (513) 728-3711

Finneytown Local (Hamilton): Sparkle Cats, Booth 1806
Learn about this inclusive cheer program that shows how mainstream students mentor those with disabilities and raise awareness in schools and the community.
Dianna Watson, adviser, (513) 873-2594

Forest Hills Local (Hamilton): Fuel Up to Play 60 at Nagel, Booth 1912
This student-led program offers breakfast at the middle school. Hear how Fuel Up to Play 60 can impact learning and health, as well as develop leaders. Booth Bridget Chamberlin, adviser, (513) 312-5260

Forest Hills Local (Hamilton): Sherwood’s Fuel Up to Play 60 Team, Booth 1914
Hear about student-led activities and learn how easy it is to implement and make an impact with this wellness program.
Tricia Manaster, adviser, (513) 232-6268

Franklin City: Franklin Fine Arts Celebration, Booth 1959
Discover how this event showcases the district’s visual and performing arts and brings together families and the community to celebrate the importance of the arts in education.
Sally Runge, teacher, (937) 321-8816

Franklin City: Pennyroyal’s Peaceful Playground, Booth 2054
Learn how students researched, planned, mapped and applied a U.S. map, rocket hopscotches, four-square boards and a ring toss game to the playground surface. Fourteen checkerboards also were painted on tables in a shelter.
Cheryl Miller, teacher, (937) 743-8660

Franklin Local (Muskingum): Veterans Celebration, Booth 1849
Experience this program honoring veterans and their service to the country in which students research and interview sources to learn about a veteran’s life.
Steve Rice, principal, (740) 674-5211

Goshen Local (Clermont): STEM Engineering Middle Grades, Booth 1751
See student projects connected to career and college readiness using technology. Students experience problem-solving and higher order thinking skills related to science, technology, engineering and math.
Tina Reichert, principal, (513) 722-2226

Goshen Local (Clermont): Warrior U — Student Achievement, Booth 1749
This program uses positive reinforcement to help students focus on academics and college readiness. Learn how students earn money for prizes based on studying habits, attendance, contributing to the school community and other good behaviors.
Tina Reichert, principal, (513) 722-2226

Green Local (Scioto): CATS Program, Booth 1857
Learn how students in grades seven to 12 participate in activities focused on character, attitude, teamwork and spirit.
Megan Large, library media specialist, (740) 354-9150

Greene County Career Center: Culinary Arts, Booth 2046
Sample treats from this program, which twice has won the Best Dessert category at the Taste of Greene County event at Wright State University.
Dan Towson, teacher, (937) 372-6941

Greenville City: E-Energy Water Vortex and Pipe Turbine, Booth 1946
See demonstrations of how the water vortex and water pipe turbine systems work and learn their benefits.
Christopher Sykes, instructor (937) 548-4188

Greenville City: Medical Tech Prep, Booth 1851
Students explain programs and current trends and topics in health care.
Emily Powers, instructor, (937) 467-9516

Greenville City: Student Computer Technicians, Booth 1759
Discover how students in the Computer Information Systems program gain valuable work experience by being employed by the district and the district benefits from their expertise.
Robert Warner, instructor, (934) 548-4188

Hillsboro City: Blood Drive, Booth 1813
Learn how the National Honor Society sponsored a blood drive for the Hoxworth Blood Bank at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, which led to a $1,500 donation to the club from the university.
Rob Snavely, adviser, (937) 393-9012

Hillsdale Local (Ashland): CIA — Computers In Action!, Booth 1803
Students demonstrate innovative projects using computers, including clay animation, robotics and programming.
Jenny Stump, library and information specialist, (419) 368-3514

Huber Heights City: Valley Forge GEMS, Booth 1908
Students share recent projects and explain how the GEMS program engages them in engineering, math and science activities.
Larry Sussman, principal, (937) 416-6489

Jefferson County JVSD: Culinary Arts, Booth 1957
Learn how partnerships between the JVSD and senior citizens groups help high school juniors and seniors perfect culinary skills, sharpen soft skills and bridge the teen-elder communication gap while earning college credit and an academic letter.
Angie Allison, instructor, (740) 264-5545

Knox County Career Center: Health Technology, Booth 1956
Students explore a wide range of health careers through practical lab experiences and a college science curriculum. They also apply advanced health care concepts, processes and diagnostic procedures in a clinical environment while learning medical terminology and anatomy.
Robert Kirk, director, (740) 397-5820, ext. 3232

Lakewood Local (Licking): Future City, Booth 1853
See a scale model of a futuristic city while middle school students explain how they used SIMS software to create it.
Pamela Hundley, teacher, (740) 928-8330

Lakewood Local (Licking): Lakewood Robotics, Booth 1747
Learn about the FIRST Robotics Competition, a program that combines the excitement of sports with the rigors of science and technology.
Dawn Villares, teacher, (740) 928-8330

Ledgemont Local (Geauga): One-to-One Chromebook, Booth 1847
Hear how the district maximized financial resources while enhancing student learning by implementing a one-to-one Chromebook program.
Sandy Smith, principal, (440) 298-3341

Lockland Local (Hamilton): Parker ThingLink Blended Learning, Booth 1816
Learn how middle school social studies students use ThingLink to produce artifacts through blogging, Tellegami and Glogster EDU. This blended learning model incorporates 21st century skills, including collaboration.
Aaron Parker, teacher, (513) 563-5000, ext. 186

Logan-Hocking Local (Hocking): Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!), Booth 1910
Learn how students work with community members and educators to write business plans, pitch potential investors and obtain funding to develop, own and operate businesses after graduation.
Susan Rinehart, program manager, (740) 385-5215

Mad River Local (Montgomery): Boards of Glory, Booth 1846
See the results of a student-led STEM project, in which students design a skateboard and the process to mass produce it.
Jim Prater, teacher, (937) 237-4250

Mad River Local (Montgomery): Biomedical Science, Booth 1703
Hear about the Project Lead The Way biomedical sciences program. Experience a crime scene, tuning fork hearing tests and a model of an effective emergency room.
Linda Jackson, instructor, (937) 237-4250, ext. 7115

Mapleton Local (Ashland): Mapleton Art Program, Booth 1850
Learn about an art program that makes the most of monetary and other community resources within a rural community.
Matt Kidney, teacher, (419) 945-2188

Marion City: Hub Ex — Workforce Exchange Program, Booth 1741
Creating a consortium of area business partners, Hub Ex provides students with a three-year job readiness portal to prepare their futures. Learn about this innovative work readiness curriculum for students offered by the regional business partners of Hub 21@ Harding.
Kirk Koennecke, principal, (740) 223-4704

Marion Local (Mercer): Strategies Are Ways We Help Ourselves, Booth 1709
Learn how the CAFE menu teaches students to be accurate and fluent readers and expand their vocabulary. Students read at their independent level during power-up time, providing differentiated instruction using the strategies taught.
Terri Berning, teacher, (419) 925-4595, ext. 11206

Maysville Local (Muskingum): Maysville Early College High School, Booth 1844
Hear about an emerging rural early college high school with more than 30 dual enrollment courses taught by high school and adjunct faculty members.
Jason Bunting, principal, (740) 454-7784

Meigs Local (Meigs): After School Kids Program, Booth 1743
Learn about the innovative ways students, parents and community members are engaged in academic activities to advance a successful after-school program.
Kimberly K. Wolfe, after-school coordinator, (740) 742-2408

Mentor EV: High Tech Art, Booth 2052
Artist statements and projects are recorded with creative applications that transform into animated videos using Aurasma. See how this makes the artwork come to life.
Jacqui Spetrino, teacher, (440) 255-4444

Miami Valley Career Technology Center: Game Programming and Web Application, Booth 1801
Students demonstrate skills they learned in the classroom, including programming LEGO robots and XBox Kinect.
Melissa Goodall, instructor, (937) 854-6605

Mid-East Career and Technology Centers: Health Technology, Booth 1809
Students demonstrate their skills through blood pressure checks and monitoring heartbeats and pulse rates.
Mike Hawley, director, (740) 454-0101

Middletown City: All Eyes on Student Data, Booth 1842
See how data is used to inform instruction to help students manage their own academic improvement.
Dr. Elizabeth Lolli, senior director, (513) 423-0781

Middletown City: Improved Teaching = Improved Achievement, Booth 1840
Discover what high-quality professional development related to Marzano’s iObservation and best practices research can look like and how student achievement has been positively affected.
Dr. Elizabeth Lolli, senior director, (513) 423-0781

Middletown City: SPRINGBOARD, Booth 1711
Learn how to develop an intervention program for students who are at significant risk of dropping out or delayed graduation. SPRINGBOARD uses existing resources, maintains program integrity and acquires community partnerships.
Dr. Deborah Turner, coordinator, (513) 423-0781

Middletown City: High School Transition Continuum, Booth 1713
Discover how to develop a continuum of high school transition services that addresses a range of student skills and needs. This project uses existing resources, creates a self-sustaining program and engages community agencies.
John Landers, work study coordinator, (513) 324-6482

Mount Vernon City: Community Leadership, Booth 1909
Discover how students lead and help with projects and programs in Knox County. Learn about project planning in the Kindness Campaign, Children’s Library reading program and food pantry drive.
Martha Melick, teacher, (740) 393-5900, ext. 5650

Mount Vernon City: Cracking Mysteries with Forensic Science, Booth 2008
Hear how high-schoolers teach middle school students forensic science techniques they can use to crack mysteries.
Bonnie Schutte, teacher, (740) 393-5900, ext. 5624

Mount Vernon City: FFA and Farm Animal Safety, Booth 1911
FFA students present a farm animal safety program to Knox County fourth-graders during the county’s agriculture awareness day and pass out safety manuals and DVDs sponsored by local businesses.
Brian Breece, teacher, (740) 392-5200, ext. 5635

New Miami Local (Butler): Clash of the Vikings OAA Competition, Booth 1954
Students participate in competitions, including academic scrimmages; dress in team themes; and hold lunch challenges to motivate and prepare for testing. Hear how these challenges improve teacher and student attitudes.
Aileen Ernst, assistant principal, (513) 720-0263

North Fork Local (Licking): Utica FFA, Booth 2048
Hear about the five state agriscience projects that took the top three places in an FFA Agriscience Fair. The first-place team qualified for the National Agriscience Fair for its Animal Systems project.
Christina Wilbur, instructor/FFA adviser (614) 404-4233

North Olmsted City: Students Supporting Students, Booth 1715
Discover how students share responsibility for school safety by creating a positive environment. Students from different social groups come together to develop understanding, acceptance and solutions.
Tricia Calloway, counselor, (440) 779-8820

Northeastern Local (Clark): Mentoring in Education, Booth 1907
Hear about the lasting bonds and learning experiences resulting from a partnership — including mentoring, tutoring, observation and field experience — between Kenton Ridge High School and Rolling Hills Elementary School.
Dana Moore, teacher, (937) 470-2372

Northmont City: Tile Project, Booth 1950
Hear how first- to sixth-graders designed, drew and painted individual tiles to create murals for the district’s new Kleptz Early Learning Center.
Jenny Wood, information officer, (937) 832-5037

Northwest Local (Hamilton): OWN IT! Student Ownership of Learning, Booth 1855
Elementary students share how they use folders to track progress on specific learning goals aligned to the Ohio academic standards.
Jennifer Blust, director, (513) 923-1000, ext. 653

Northwestern Local (Wayne), Middle School Agri-STEM, Booth 1948
See how students partner with business, industry and higher education to apply agriculture, science, technology, engineering and math concepts to better prepare for college and careers.
Joey Brightbill, principal, (419) 846-3974

Oak Hill Union Local (Jackson): Active Acorns Fitness Club, Booth 2004
Discover how this after-school club helps third- to fifth-grade students be active and lead healthier lives.
Alicia Kamer, school nurse, (740) 682-7096

Oakwood City: Ecology Club, Booth 2012
The club promotes protecting the environment through education and community service. Learn how the club implemented a schoolwide recycling program and a cafeteria composting program.
Leslie Blythe, teacher, (937) 297-5325

Orange City: Broadway Buddies, Booth 2006
Hear about an adaptive theater camp in which special needs students are paired with a buddy who assists them with acting, dancing, singing, and arts and crafts while performing a musical. Learn how both sets of students interact and support each other.
Wendy Scott-Koeth, stagecraft director, (216) 831-8600, ext. 5102

Paulding EV: Panthers + Pride = Progress, Booth 1757
Learn how to implement strategies to make students shine. A district elementary school has been designated an Ohio School of Honor because of its focus on student ownership and motivation.
Stephanie Tear, principal, (419) 399-4656

Pickerington Local (Fairfield): Young Gents, Booth 1701
Discover how third- and fourth-grade boys use leadership skills and learn to make good choices by working with community mentors.
Kathy Baird, counselor, (614) 834-2600

Piqua City: Opportunity Matters, Booth 2058
Students share experiences in programs that respond to identified interests and needs, promote enthusiasm for learning, create parent awareness and generate professional development for teachers.
Kim Piper, director, (937) 773-4321

Plain Local (Stark): Daily Awesomeness — Agendas for Success, Booth 1958
Imagine a funny picture, the day’s learning target and the tasks at hand shared daily using Google Docs. This student-created project is designed for high-schoolers with disabilities, but adaptable for all.
Erica Hershberger, intervention specialist (330) 671-0067

Plain Local (Stark): One-to-One Student iPads, Booth 1947
Learn how this program — only in its second year — has greatly enhanced teaching and learning. See how integrating technology into the classroom boosts student achievement.
Linnea Olbon, principal, (330) 491-3780

Ripley Union Lewis Huntington Local (Brown): JrROTC, Booth 1951
Hear about one of the finest ROTC drill teams in the area. This leadership program attracts more than 25% of the student population, with members participating in ceremonial events, competitions and STEM-related activities.
Sgt. Maj. Otis Kokensparger, instructor, (937) 392-4384

Ripley Union Lewis Huntington Local (Brown): Digital Video — Cable TV Producer, Booth 1953
Digital Video program students have given new life to the local cable channel. See how they use this dual-credit class to revive an old medium.
Patty Ream, teacher, (937) 392-4384

Rolling Hills Local (Guernsey): Using Community-Based Agencies in Schools, Booth 1903
See the importance of involving community-based agencies in the classroom. Learn how to find guest speakers and ways to introduce topics to students.
Rusty Roberts, teacher, (740) 680-3710

Sandusky City: @The Center, Booth 1707
Learn about the Regional Center for Advanced Academic Studies, where university partnerships provide enriched learning opportunities for fourth- to sixth-grade students identified as gifted, as well as professional development for staff.
Tara Toft, coordinator, (419) 984-1340

Springfield-Clark Career Technology Center: Project Search — Springfield, Booth 1955
Hear how students with disabilities rotate through various jobs in the Springfield Regional Medical Center in this successful transition and job placement program. Learn about factors leading to three years of 100% placement success.
Jeana Baucant, instructor, (937) 215-9226

Steubenville City: STEM Education, Booth 2050
Learn how the district, in cooperation with the National Education Foundation and Eastern Gateway Community College, initiated a cyberlearning curriculum with more than 2,500 courses to prepare students for college and the workforce.
Kathy Pavlik, director, (740) 282-9741, ext. 1106

Streetsboro City: Streetsboro Theatre, Booth 1810
Discover how students, staff and community members joined forces to produce modern musical and theatrical events incorporating technology, professional partnerships and interdisciplinary instruction.
James Boardwine, director/teacher, (330) 283-5158

Sycamore Community City: Second Chance Breakfast Cart, Booth 1913
Learn how a breakfast kiosk was opened every day at 10 a.m. to help students refuel for their academic work. Hear about the importance of a daily healthy breakfast.
Stephanie Janssen, adviser, (513) 460-1841

Talawanda City: Fuel Up to Play 60, Booth 2002
Butler Tech students received a Fuel Up To Play 60 grant to promote healthy eating and lifestyle choices to elementary school students at Talawanda City. Learn more about their project.
Sharon Gregory, instructor, (513) 273-3200

Triad Local (Champaign): History Fair, Booth 1845
Middle school students demonstrate how the History Fair acts as a project-based learning competition to promote language arts, social studies, critical thinking and presentation skills.
Duane Caudill, principal, (937) 826-3071

Trotwood-Madison City: Flipped Learning, Booth 1805
Learn about the planning process and steps taken to implement the flipped classroom concept at the middle school. This technology-based classroom places the ownership for education in students’ hands.
Amanda Grear, teacher, (937) 854-0017

Trotwood-Madison City: Freshmen Preparation for College, Booth 1902
Hear about this summer program that prepares high-performing freshmen for college. The course readies students for dual enrollment classes, introduces them to college life through campus visits and shows students various career pathways.
David White, principal, (937) 854-0878, ext. 2004

Twin Valley Local (Preble): Energy Transfers and Circuits, Booth 1755
Hear how energy transfers and dance pads help students explore simple circuits with switches while learning about insulators and conductors of electrical energy.
Amanda Beneke, teacher, (937) 839-4315

Vandalia-Butler City: Planeteers Energy Conservation Team, Booth 1717
Learn about this student-led high school team that educates students, parents and the community on energy efficiency and conservation. The project is part of a state Straight A Fund collaborative with five other districts and Energy Optimizers, USA.
Scott Oldfield, teacher, (937) 415-6450

Vinton County Local (Vinton): Cultural Diversity Fair, Booth 1719
Discover how administrators, teachers and students share their collaborative experience planning, implementing and evaluating a fair that celebrates Appalachian culture and promotes cultural diversity awareness.
Kevin Waddell, principal, (740) 596-5258

Vinton County Local (Vinton): Social Studies in Action, Booth 1900
Hear how students make past and present social studies-related information more accessible and relatable to a new generation of students.
Maretta Ray, teacher, (740) 577-2222

Waverly City: National Honor Society, Booth 1949
Learn how NHS promotes and encourages academic excellence by hosting honors luncheons each grading period and exemplifies service and leadership through community projects.
Amanda Entler, instructor, (740) 947-7701

Waynesfield-Goshen Local (Auglaize): Mandan Indian Village Diorama, Booth 1800
Students read An Indian Winter, which inspired them to build a clay model of the Mandan Indian village described in the book. Hear them explain how they created the village and the meaning of spirit effigies and bull boats.
Deb Johns, teacher’s aide/adviser, (419) 568-9100

Waynesfield-Goshen Local (Auglaize): Cherokee Indian Booger Masks, Booth 1802
Students share the purpose for and process of making Cherokee Indian booger masks described in the book The Drum Beats On.
Deb Johns, teacher’s aide/adviser, (419) 568-9100

Weathersfield Local (Trumbull): History Club, Booth 2056
Learn about northeastern Ohio history and discover how this newly created group was selected as one of the top 10 history clubs in the country by the National History Club.
Tim Porter, adviser (330) 727-3099

Williamsburg Local (Clermont): Fuel Up to Play 60 Grocery Store Tour, Booth 1905
Hear how students worked with a dietitian to choose a healthy recipe, shop for ingredients and learn the importance of reading food labels and how to buy healthy foods from the five food groups.
Annie King, teacher, (513) 284-4312

Windham EV: Bringing History to Life, 1904
See how this program combines document-based questions, thinking like a historian and dramatic role play/dress up to build a deeper understanding in and love of history.
Michael Chaffee, principal, (330) 727-2198

Districts providing services at the Capital Conference

Coshocton County Career Center
Delaware Area Career Center
Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools
Mahoning County Career and Technical Center
South-Western City Career Academy
Tolles Career & Technical Center
Tri-Rivers Career Center
Trumbull Career & Technical Center


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