UHS students represented Nicaragua and Serbia and developed authentic resolutions, which were presented at the conference. UHS participants were, front row, Jenny Zaborowski, Stephanie Selvaggio, Jacob Lattimer, Rachel DuLaney, Bree Stouffer, back row, Andrew Pickering, Logan Pence, Connor Hayslip, Patrick Karg, Alyssa Holland and Jocy Holtsberry..
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Principal Aaron Hollar introduced Clerico and challenged the Champions to listen to his message and work to build a foundation for lifelong success. Clerico recounted his first Breakfast of Champions and said he knew then he wanted to be a guest speaker someday. He said goal-setting, kindness, generosity and passion are key characteristics of great people.
“You open the door to opportunities in the future, improve others’ lives and improve yours as well,” he said.
Many of the current Champions are involved in their school and community as members of student council, 4H, athletics, Girl and Boy Scouts and as volunteers.
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Urbana High School DECA students will be hosting Make a Miracle Community Night on Friday, December 13th during the UHS Boys Basketball game.
FREE admission if you wear Climber gear & bring a stuffed animal.
Stuffed Animals will be thrown onto the floor during halftime of the Varsity Basketball Game.
***Stuffed Animal Drive benefits Adriel Foster Care & Nationwide Children's Hospital
After making some adjustments, the rocket took off! Students were required to use an astroblade and calculus to determine the height of the rocket in several different launches. This interdisciplinary approach allowed students to understand how a scientist uses more than one area of study in a single experiment.
Below is footage of their experiment!
Triad Local Schools releases their Winter 2019 Quarterly Learning Report. Check it out below!
Urbana University and Franklin University's 5th Annual Hackathon will kickoff January 29th, 2020. The CBusStudentHack- Coding for Community is a 2-month programming contest for central Ohio high school students. Winning teams are eligible for cash prizes. Each team member that completed the contest will be eligible for a $40,000 scholarship to Urbana University.