Ohio DECA, BPA selects new officers
Ohio DECA and the Business Professionals of America/Ohio Association, career-tech organizations designed for students in marketing and business programs, respectively, have 13 new state officers.
The seven DECA 2015 state officers selected on Nov. 18 are: Tyler Adkins, president, Western Brown High School (Mount Orab); Christy Wickiser, secretary/treasurer, Carey High School; Madison Kemp, executive vice president of community outreach, Milford High School; Brad Stubbs, executive vice president of leadership development, Lima Senior High School; Isaiah Brough, executive vice president of marketing, Fostoria High School; Evan Rymer, parliamentarian, Carey High School; and Brenna Franck, public relations representative, Penta Career Center/Oak Harbor High School.
The six Business Professionals of America state officers chosen on Nov. 19 are: Matthew Paluga, president, Northwest High School (Cincinnati)/Butler Tech; Michaela Frank, vice president, Stebbins High School (Dayton); Logan Emrich, secretary, Greenville High School; Brian Kurek, treasurer, Centerville High School; Caroline Moreno, Amelia High School Great Oaks; and Brenna McGovern, parliamentarian, Ellet High School (Akron).
For more information about Ohio DECA, go to www.ohiodeca.us/. For more information on Business Professionals of America, Ohio Association, go to www.ohiobpa.org/.
Performance Ratings for Dropout Prevention and Recovery Schools.
The Ohio Department of Education, Office for Exceptional Children, has revised its State Complaint Procedures. The revised procedure is effective 12/12/2014.
State Complaint Procedures - Effective 12/12/2014
On December 9, 2014, the Center for Instructional Supports and Accessible Materials (CISAM) will mail a 2015 Federal Quota Registration of Students who are Blind packet on behalf of the Ohio Department of Education, Office for Exceptional Children requesting the registration of every student attending the school district who is legally blind.
Accessibility and accommodations on Ohio’s New State Tests are different from the Ohio Achievement Assessments and the Ohio Graduation Tests.