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MVCTC Electives, Business, Information Technology and Agriculture Department Students of the Month
for October 2017, Charisse Hoblit (National Trail High School), Chloe Noble (Ansonia High School), and
Noah Daugherty (Tri-County North High School) were recognized for being outstanding representatives of
their respective career tech programs.

MVCTC Electives Students of the Month

Englewood, Ohio -- The Electives, Business, Information Technology, and Agriculture Department at Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC), in order to honor outstanding accomplishments and leadership in Career Tech Education, is proud to announce the October honorees for the Department’s Career Tech Students of the Month. Charisse Hoblit (National Trail High School), Chloe Noble (Ansonia High School), and Noah Daugherty (Tri-County North High School) were recognized for being outstanding representatives of their respective career tech programs.

Charisse Hoblit (National Trail High School) has excelled at MVCTC since day one.  She is an FFA Chapter Officer and has displayed outstanding teamwork.  Animal Care and Management Instructor Christy Blauvelt stated, “Charisse always has a great attitude, has perfect attendance, and does an outstanding job.”

Chloe Noble (Ansonia High School) and Noah Daugherty (Tri-County North High School) were selected for their leadership in a collaborative project with Brookville Middle School students.  Over the past month Chloe and Noah have worked together to make a google slides presentation in order to teach 6th grade students from Mrs. Jill Lester’s 6th Grade Science class at Brookville.  The students skyped into the classroom at Brookville from MVCTC and taught every Brookville 6th grade student how to use google slides for their year-long science project.  The projects will then be displayed in March at Brookville.  Media and Video Production Instructor Pat Carlisle stated, “Noah and Chloe did a great job with the technical side as well as presenting the information.”

Congratulations to Charisse, Chloe, and Noah for their outstanding representation of MVCTC and their respective programs.  Special thanks to Hot Head Burrito of Englewood, Ohio for donating gift certificates.  Both students received plaques to honor their accomplishments.
 

 
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