Lawrence students participate in Ohio Tech Prep Showcase

Published 12:00 am Sunday, May 23, 2010

The Ohio South Consortium assembled at the James A. Rhodes Athletic Center on the campus of Shawnee State University to participate in the 2010 Tech Prep Showcase on Friday, April 23 with 94 students participating.

Students from Lawrence, Pike and Scioto counties demonstrated their projects for the event with 27 judges reviewing and evaluating them. Certificates, medals and prizes were presented to the teams awarded with the highest merits of their projects.

Students with superior ratings are listed by category with the titles of their projects.

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Health sciences: Jasmine Hayes, Collins Career Center, Infection Control; Destine Hogsten, Collins Career Center, SIDS; Brittany Donahoe and Whitney Massie, Collins Career Center, Autism; Marea Evans, Collins Career Center, Childhood Apraxia; Sarah Stamper, Collins Career Center, Cystic Fibrosis.

Teaching profession: Tiffany Sites, Ashley Jenkins and Magen Blake, Chesapeake High School, Challenges of Autistic Students.

Business and administrative service: Corey Clark and Taylor Leslie, Pike County CTC, Tourism Promotion.

Law and public safety: Kyle Stamper, Collins Career Center, Blood Splatter; Autumn Markel, Collins Career Center, Entomology.

Engineering technologies: Bradley Craft, Bradley Sanders and Phillip Levi Crank II, Green High School, Robo Pro/Fischer Tecniks.

Hospitality and tourism: Matt Hackworth and Katie Jewell, South Point High School, South Point Cakery; Chelsea Adkins and Whitley Sizemore, South Point High School, Rolling in the Dough.

Information technology: Zane Conley, Thomas Jones and Mark Strickland, Scioto County CTC, 3D Breakout; Cole Sizemore and Deanna Maggart, Pike County CTC, unnamed project.

Students who received a superior rating for their projects were eligible to participate in a drawing for a new iPod Touch, sponsored by Ohio Tech Prep South consortium and Wired. The winners were Kyle Stamper, Collins Career Center; Marea Evans, Collins Career Center; Tiffany Sites, Chesapeake High School; Taylor Leslie, Pike County CTC; Quintin Casper, Scioto County CTC; and Deanna Maggart, Pike County CTC.