The Student Achievement Fair is one of the most successful and rewarding exhibitions at the Capital Conference. This overwhelmingly popular event was held from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016.
The Student Achievement Fair showcased the many innovative projects and programs districts have created to boost student achievement and engage youngsters in learning and growth. The fair offered excellent opportunities to learn about new programs, share ideas and celebrate what public education in Ohio is all about — helping our students achieve.
Goshen Local Schools booth showcased how we have embraced Ohio's Career Advising Policy by developing a systematic plan to attack College and Career Readiness. Programs such as Believe in Ohio, Structured College/Career Days and Internships provide rich experiences for Goshen students. Andrea Conner, Keri Mantz and students Arleigh Smith, Alex Wells and Max Harp manned the booth to answer questions from conference attendants. The feedback they received was overwhelming positive and compliments were paid to the three students for their leadership and public speaking skills.