Video Demonstration of State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA) Skill: Emptying a Urinary Drainage Bag

In this video, I play the STNA that performs the skill of emptying a urinary drainage bag with a mannequin. This is a skill that you are req...
Sally Muenchen and Christina Terrill,
Teacher
Jolie Woeste,
Student
BSC / Colerain,
Healthcare Science

Plugged in to the Ethernet: Stay connected during COVID-19

My passion is to be a game designer, and a student of information technology, programming, and networking. Game designers require a reliable...
Mr. Randel Hall,
Teacher
Patton Malone,
Student
DRL / Lakota West,
Information Technology

Firefighting Search and Rescue

Our project demonstrates the different search and rescue techniques and victim removal techniques.   ...
Mr. Richard Hall,
Teacher
Preston Campbell - ( Lakota East) Joshua Patton - (Fairfield) Samuel Oaks - (Monroe),
Student
DRL / Lakota East,
Firefighting

Fire Behavior / Flow Path Demonstration

Our project explores: The various stages of fire The reading of smoke Flow Path as it relates to tactical ventilation and incidental ventil...
Mr. Hall,
Teacher
Korbin Hitte-Huff - (Madison), Jonathan Neanover - (Ross), Connor Strahm - (Ross),
Student
DRL / Ross,
Firefighting

The Importance of Neurology

-Emphasis on the why neurology is important -What neurology is -What it takes to be a neurologist ...
Mrs. Cassidy,
Teacher
Kennedi Gray,
Student
BSC / Lakota East,
PLTW Biomedical Science

Having a Job as a Student

How many students have a job while also in High School Where do the earned wages actually go (i.e. family or personal expenses) How has the...
Derek Dietz/Becky Hickey,
Teacher
Aivy Nguyen (Fairfield) and Aurora Gamino (Hamilton,
Student
BSC / Fairfield,
Healthcare Science

Firefighting Vertical Ventilation

This showcase is about the techniques used for vertical ventilation and the benefits for firefighters and victims in the structure. 1) Tools...
Mr. Richard Hall,
Teacher
Ashley Robinson - ( Monroe), William Black - (Ross),
Student
DRL / Monroe,
Firefighting

My Path Into Biomedical Engineering

Based on my personal experiences, I decided that I wanted to pursue a career in biomedical engineering. I researched the skills necessary fo...
Danielle Mink,
Teacher
Trevor Anderson,
Student
BSC / Monroe,
PLTW Biomedical Science

Straight Track – Car Alignments

Our project shows how to perform a car alignment Explains what Camber, Caster, and Toe Explains what having a misalignment can cause ...
Mr. Hensley,
Teacher
Charles Russell, Thomas Majka, Theodore Hancock,
Student
DRL / Hamilton,
Auto Tech

Medical Marijuana

– THC/CBD – How to qualify – Negative side ...
Leslie Fisher ,
Teacher
Seth Hall,
Student
BSC / Monroe,
Exercise Science

Aviation Showcase (Fabrication of Aeroquip 303 Hydraulic Line)

– Fabrication of Aeroquip 303 – Explanation of how the line is fabricated – Discussion of the purpose and components of th...
Richard Packer,
Teacher
Paul Bolenbaugh,
Student
DRL / Talawanda,
Aviation

Chain vs. Belt Driven Engines

1. We go over the difference between the two engine types. 2. We go over which engine type is most efficient and why. 3. We show the strengt...
Ted Hensley,
Teacher
John Shoemaker, Gabe Jones, Dylan Light, Dominic Smith, and Zack Sanders,
Student
DRL / Monroe,
Auto Tech

Mental Health

– Mental health disorders are more common than and can be deadly – 1 in 5 people have some type of mental health disorder –...
Mrs. Mink,
Teacher
Jordan Flynn & Aubree Cook,
Student
BSC / Fairfield,
PLTW Biomedical Science

Dream Catcher

My project is a crescent moon dream catcher with a wolf on it cut out from a sheet of 1/4 inch mild steel using a plasma cutter. The feather...
Shane Mckinney ,
Teacher
Bradley Downie, Austin Fuller, Zach Paugstat,
Student
DRL / Monroe,
Welding

AWS QC7-93 D1.1 Structural Welding Certification

-Qualification and procedure for structural welding certification -AWS electrode classification system -AWS criteria for testing procedures ...
Mr. McKinney,
Teacher
Eleanor Hester,
Student
DRL / Lakota East,
Welding

Chinese Uyghur Camps

We will be addressing the current oppression of the Muslim Uyghur ethnic group in Xinjiang, China. The focus of our presentation is the “...
Mrs. Lynch and Mrs. Mahoney,
Teacher
Nasma Jarabah, Sandra Sung, Minahil Haroon ,
Student
BSC / Lakota East,
Healthcare Science

Day of the Dead – Visual Art & Design Fall 2020 Showcase

To create an original work of art inspired by The Day of the Dead using pattern and bold colors with markers, colored pencils and ink. ...
Mary Catherine Ruby,
Teacher
Sierra Jenkins,
Student
SOA / Middletown,
Visual Art and Design

Visual Art + Design Fall 2020 Showcase

To create a an original work of art with repetitive patterns and bold colors using colored pencils and ink. ...
Mary Catherine Ruby,
Teacher
Arielle Ball,
Student
SOA / Talawanda,
Visual Art and Design

Dozen Roses

Roses were constructed using mild steel. Plasma cutting was used to cut the shapes for the rose petals and leaves. 4 1/2″ die grinders...
Mr. Mckinney,
Teacher
Abigail DeHart, Morgan Parrish,
Student
DRL / Monroe,
Welding

Shipping Container Project

Seventh-grade Green Architecture students designed a "livable space" for whatever they considered the "typical" American family using models of 4 or 5 shipping containers.
Lance Kinkaid, Teacher

Hamilton Remix Project

Students presented business proposals to members of the city of Hamilton's Economic Development Department.
Angie Stitzel, Teacher

Project LIFE Bern’s Bird Feeders

Project LIFE and Bern's Birds have collaborated to manufacture specialized woodpecker feeders that are starling and squirrel proof.
Jake Krause, Teacher

School of the Arts Jazz Show

Students learn, practice and perform various songs for 3 performances for the students and staff of Butler Tech as well as the community of their friends and family.
Cy Wood, Teacher

Team SMILES

The Dental class partnered with the national advocacy group (Team SMILES) that partners oral health professionals with professional athletic organizations to provide life-changing dental care to under-served children in our communities

Therapeutic Game

Students designed a game for a young patient with hand mobility and dexterity issues
Bill Poehner, Teacher

Therapeutic Toy

Students designed a Therapeutic Toy for a young patient with hand mobility and dexterity issues.
Bill Poehner, Teacher

Pull Toy Design Challenge Project

Students used the engineering design process to design, build, and test a pull toy that employed at least three mechanisms with the goal of learning about and creating mechanical systems.
Ethan Hodge, Teacher

JEE Foods

JEE Foods is a project created to reduce food waste, eliminate hunger, and to break the poverty cycle that has been allowed to grow in our region and in this country.
Tom O'Neill, Teacher

Empathy Interview

Students were tasked with the getting to know their neighbor through the empathy interview activity.
Katie Frankey, Teacher

The Things We Carry

To relate to the Vietnam War novel, The Things They Carried, students reflected inwards on the physical and intangible items they carry that shape their identity.
Lauren Berens, Teacher

Project Chaos

A collaborative thought experiment involving five area school districts brought together to solve a problem utilizing design thinking principles.

Live Burn

Students participate in a live burn scenario to get authentic experience in using the fire equipment and experiencing first hand the look and feel of a real structure fire.
Richard Hall, Teacher

Juliette’s Hope Makeover Runway Project

Women from a local home were given makeovers by our Cosmetology students to help them get back on their feet after recovering from addiction.
Claudia Hubbard, Teacher

Relationship Building

Teachers help students build important relationships during the first week of school.
Angie Stitzel, Teacher

Strategic Planning Made Fun

Leadership teams showcasing their plans for the upcoming school year to the community.

Marine Debris Removal Device

Student developed a simple device that can be remote controlled to gather debris in bodies of water.
Ken Kinch, Teacher

Adaptive Bicycle

Students built an adaptive bicycle for a child with Cerebral Palsy.
Ken Kinch, Teacher

Why Did This Happen To Me?

Students investigate possible diseases, conditions, or disorders that they could be at risk of developing in the future.
Matt Picel, Teacher

Finding Your Identity

Students were able to discover how who they are, what they stand for, their own prejudices, and their personal morals/beliefs impact their community.
Katie Frankey, Teacher
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