Congratulations to our junior Cosmetology Braiding Competition winners: Taryn, Kassi, Olivia, and Jaz!
Please take a moment today to honor and remember the lives lost on September 11, 2001.
Thank you to Hemisphere Coffee in Mechanicsburg for hosting our OHP/Graham Business students as they learned more about the delicious coffee they will be using at The Nest, the student-run coffee shop at Graham. Stay tuned for some new recipes!
We added a forensic science class to our academic courses and I think our Criminal Justice students are here for it! 💯 Shoutout to Mrs. Priest for creating an awesome and interactive lesson for our students as they had to observe a crime scene and deduce what happened.
Our first group of Exercise Science students have completed their pre-water skills check this week with the Hilliker YMCA as they work to earn their lifeguard certification! A big thank you to Kyle for being the instructor and the whole YMCA team for your support and accommodating our students to earn this invaluable certification.
Happy Monday, OHP! Make it a great week!
Campus looks a little different now! A big thanks to our Heavy Equipment Ops class for removing the damaged fencing near the front of campus.
Carly Goodman, a Graphic and Media Arts senior from Triad High School, is part of our 1x1 Work Program this year. Thanks to the great partnership with Miller Graphics, Carly attends OHP full-time for one week and the following week works full-time at Miller Graphics. This pilot program was created to help meet the needs of industry who asked for more valuable learning time with students on a more regular schedule as well as provides our students a more structured "employee model" experience for their career pathway. If you want to be a part of our Work-Based Learning program and help shape the next generation of the workforce, please contact our WBL Coordinator, Mr. Newland, at email@example.com.
Break the Silence, Save Lives. September is Suicide Prevention Month. Recognize signs, start conversations, and offer help. #YouAreNotAlone #KnowTheSigns #FindTheWords #ReachOutForHelp https://www.caresolace.com/site/ohiohipoint
Mrs. Bradley's class did a little round of speed dating earlier this week as a get-to-know-you activity while learning about homeostasis. Homeostasis is the body's way of self-regulating when adjusting to conditions for optimal functioning (like increasing lung capacity when exercising or dilating your eyes when exposed to bright light). Students discussed different homeostasis scenarios while moving to different tables around the room.
Learning the intros and outros and everything in between with podcasting in Graphic and Media Arts Academy! Would you listen to an OHP podcast? What do you want to hear about on a monthly basis?
Our students are busy on Friday nights! Many of them are athletes, musicians, and more! Just this past Friday, students in our Mechanicsburg Media Arts program were filming the Mechanicsburg football game at New Bremen with Mr. Rowe, our Cosmetology students did hair and makeup for the Benjamin Logan color guard, and three majorettes from Triad are OHP students!
REMINDER! Picture day is tomorrow. Wear your uniform apparel and a smile! 😃
Happy Monday, OHP! Make it a great week!
The weather this morning caused traffic delays for many, including our Education Academy instructor, Mrs. Walls. Her TA, Mandalynn Brazzle, an Education Academy senior from Bellefontaine, quickly stepped up to the plate and helped take first period attendance and got the juniors started on their coursework for the day until Mrs. Walls arrived a few minutes later. Great job, Mandalynn, for putting your education into play as you continue to practice your classroom management skills!
Knowledge check with some fun. ✅ Students in Mrs. Myers' class tested their understanding of exponent rules by working through an escape room activity. Could you crack the code?
Yesterday morning was a beautiful morning for some PT in Criminal Justice!
It's not all about cuddling animals in Animal Science. It's work. Proper care, nutrition, and sanitation are crucial for healthy and happy animals. This week, our feathery, furry, and scaly friends came back to campus after spending the summer with our returning students. The seniors were busy this morning cleaning, arranging, and providing quality care to our animals and their new habitats in lab.
Our Engineering students tested their spaghetti bridges this afternoon to see how much weight each bridge could hold before breaking. Each group worked with limited supplies - uncooked spaghetti, rubber bands, and glue - to design and build the most effective structure.
Dr. Robinson's Government classes had a classic "whodunit" as they worked together to solve a murder using a set of clues given to them.