Celebrate the stars in your district at the 2019 OSBA Student Achievement Fair
Nov. 11, 2019 • 10 a.m.-2 p.m. • Greater Columbus Convention Center

The OSBA Capital Conference Student Achievement Fair highlights outstanding student performance groups and fresh, innovative initiatives from school districts across the state. The fair will be held during the OSBA Capital Conference.

Student Achievement Fair district programs 
The Student Achievement Fair showcases exemplary programs that improve student achievement. Examples of district programs in the Student Achievement Fair include one-to-one technology programs, STEM engineering for middle grades, a workforce exchange program and career center culinary arts program.

One hundred programs highlighting student achievement will be selected. While multiple programs may be submitted for consideration, no more than two per district will be selected, so districts should prioritize their submissions.

District programs will be showcased in a 10 x 10-foot booth, which can accommodate up to five people. Electricity will be provided. Please note: Internet access IS NOT provided with your booth. If you need Internet access, you can purchase it from the convention center. The 2018 daily rate for Wi-Fi was $99 per device. You will need a credit card to make the purchase.

Student Achievement Fair performing groups
One group from each of OSBA’s five regions will perform during the Student Achievement Fair. Visit the food cart near the performance stage and enjoy your lunch while being entertained. The 2019 performing groups are:

Central Region: Dublin City — The Dublin Taiko Group

Northeast Region: Warrensville Heights City — Team Eastwood Dancing Classrooms

Northwest Region: Willard City — Willard High School Symphonic Choir

Southeast Region: Waverly City — Waverly High School Polarity

Southwest Region: Middletown City — Middletown High School Jazz Band

Student art display
The Student Achievement Fair features a student art show. Outstanding artwork by students from school districts across the state will be on display. Don’t miss this chance to see some of the highly creative work coming out of Ohio’s public schools. Sponsored by Pepple & Waggoner Ltd.

Have questions?
If you have questions, contact Heather Lantz (hLantz@ohioschoolboards.org) or Teri Morgan (tmorgan@ohioschoolboards.org) at (614) 540-4000 or (800) 589-OSBA.

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