MVCTC
MVCTC Bus Schedule

Palestine (Tennis Courts)

Pick up: 6:45 Drop off: 3:30 pm

Hollansburg (Church)

Pick up: 6:55 am Drop off: 3:20 pm

New Madison (Bus Lot by Baseball Field)

Pick up: 7:05 am Drop off: 3:10 pm

Track Resurfacing
Track Resurfacing
    
                  
Out with the Old Lockers
Old lockers coming out, and getting ready for new ones.
     
 
 
 
FFAInaugural Clayton Murphy 5K

Tri-Village MVCTC

FFAInaugural Clayton Murphy 5K
 Submitted By; Jonathon Crawford, Chapter Reporter

      On April 8th, 2017, the Tri-Village MVCTC FFA Chapter hosted the Inaugural Clayton Murphy 5k, which was held at the Clayton Murphy Track and Field, located at Tri-Village Local Schools. It was hosted in honor of former chapter member and Olympic bronze medalist Clayton Murphy. Clayton is a former Tri-Village FFA member, was Vice President, and was very active in many Career Development Events. As this 5k was the first that the Tri-Village Chapter hosted, it was a very impressive turnout with 135 participants, including members from Preble Shawnee and Western Brown FFA Chapters. Clayton was also present to sign autographs and cheer on his supporters.

      The event was planned and operated by the members of the Tri-Village MVCTC FFA and its advisors. The Tri-Village MVCTC would like to thank all the participants, supporters, and volunteers that were present and also to all of their sponsors, without whom none of this would have been possible.

 
Charlotte D. McGuire, District 3
Mr. Sagester, Superintendent would like to welcome Charlotte McGuire, Ohio Department of Education State Board Member who will on campus to meet staff and students this Thursday, April 13th.  Please take a moment to read her bio below.     
 
Charlotte D. McGuire is a passionate, tenacious advocate and committed executive. Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee during the segregation era, Mrs. McGuire’s parents always told her, “education is the key to your freedom and independence.” The first generation college graduate in her family, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio.
 
With more than 40 years of government and nonprofit leadership experience, Mrs. McGuire has worked together with others to enrich the lives of the elderly, youth and families. Formerly, she was director of Community Affairs, City of Dayton; president/CEO, Senior Citizen Center of Greater Dayton; president/CEO, Project IMPACT-Dayton; and project director for Reclaiming Futures, Montgomery County Juvenile Court. Now an entrepreneur, she consults for strategic planning, community engagement and life coaching.
 
Mrs. McGuire has served on the United Way PAR Council; Miami Valley Head Start Board of Directors; Montgomery County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Task Force; Southwest Ohio CARES; Kettering Partners for Healthy Youth; and Reclaiming Futures Community Fellowship. Currently, she volunteers with Montgomery County Mentoring Collaborative; Dayton Right to Life; Dayton Metro Library Foundation; and the National Center for Urban Renewal and Education Clergy Network.
 
A Leadership Dayton graduate and certified U.S. Constitutionist, Mrs. McGuire has been honored with the Cline Award for Excellence in Government; Montgomery County Juvenile Court Outstanding Service Award; Mary Scott Nursing Center Legacy Award Honoree; Dayton Section of the National Council of Negro Women, 10 Outstanding Women; American Red Cross Dayton Chapter, Emergency Resource Bank, Chairperson Dedication and Appreciation Award; Project Impact-Dayton and Revival Center Ministries Dedicated Service Award; Leadership Dayton Award for Outstanding Community Service; and a 2016 International Women Ministerial Alliance Honoree.
 
In 2000, Mrs. McGuire and her husband, Arthur, founded and started Joshua Christian Ministries, in
Kettering, Ohio, to empower and transform people and culture. Married for 43 years, they have two adult children and two grandchildren.
 
Mrs. McGuire was appointed to the State Board in January 2017 by Gov. John Kasich and is eligible for election in November 2018.
 
Charlotte D. McGuire, District 3
2451 Quorn Ct.
Centerville, OH 45458
Phone: (937) 287 3603
Email: [email protected]
 
Click below for a printable bio:
 
TV MVCTC FFA Chapter takes the win @ University of Findlay!
The Tri-Village MVCTC FFA Chapter is crowned University of Findlay Livestock Judging Champions. Twelve team members including 3 junior high members traveled to Findlay, Ohio on Saturday, February 4th where they attended a judging clinic conducted by the Ohio State University judging team during the morning sessions. After lunch the members were tasked with evaluating 7 classes of various species including, sheep, swine, cattle and goats. Sophomore’s Brenden Durst and Jared Godown placed First and Second overall as individuals. Other team members were; Brittany Brewer, Bailey Towery, Michael Marcus, Corbin Holzapfel, Tyler Martin, Colton Thobe, Johnny Crawford, Gavin Lochard, Rorie Stump and Jenna Godown. This was the first contest of the year for Tri-Village, next contest will be February 18th in Mt. Gilead, Ohio. 
State Urban Land Team

            In the meadow to the south of Tri-Village Local Schools, Tri-Village FFA members could be found after school. They were judging the soil to practice for the upcoming county, district, and state Urban Land Evaluation Contests. The contest is a Career Development Event, or CDE. These contests and events give FFA members different skills and opportunities that will help prepare them for different careers in agriculture.

The Urban Land Evaluation CDE is to educate and teach students how to evaluate the land to determine the potential use for buildings, houses, and other non-farm uses.

The Tri-Village MVCTC FFA Chapter swept the Darke County Urban Soils contest having the Top 3 teams as well as the Top 8 individuals. The students who competed in Urban Soil Judging were Joshua Hollinger, Tyler Martin, Kara Hollinger, Brittany Brewer, Bailey Towery, Jonathan Crawford, Maddie Downing, Brenden Durst, Joshua Sims, Jared Godown, Austin Moyer, and Michael Marcus. The students did very well at the contest, and the top eight of the Tri-Village Chapter moved on to District Contest.

The District Team Joshua Hollinger, Tyler Martin, Kara Hollinger, Brittany Brewer, Bailey Towery, Jonathan Crawford, Maddie Downing, and Justin Depoy. These students competed in the District Urban Contest on Wednesday, September 28. Tri-Village proved themselves once again, taking second high team and earning a place in the State Contest. The State Contest was on October 9. The team placed 15th out of over 320 FFA Chapters statewide. Congratulations to Tyler Martin, Joshua Hollinger, Kara Hollinger, and Brittany Brewer for their achievements.

The The Tri-Village MVCTC FFA would like to formally thank the Village of New Madison for allowing the chapter to dig practice soil pits in the field behind the school. Your support is very appreciated. Tri-Village FFA is a satellite program of Miami Valley Career Technology Center.

Pictured Above (From left to right): State Urban Land Team: Kara Hollinger, Josh Hollinger, Tyler Martin, and Brittany Brewer.
District News
Attendance Rewarded
The following staff members were praised and honored during the staff luncheon in June.  Mr. Sagester honored and presented each of the following staff members with a $25.00 restaurant gift certificate. These staff members went above and beyond with their attendance for the school year only missing between 0-1 sick days for the entire school year.  
0 Sick Days Used - Mary Boone, Sharon Frazier & Annette Black
<1 Sick Day Used - Carol Pearson & Jimmy Foreman
1 Sick Day - Roy Lowrie, Christina Gutierrez, Wanda Roberts, Samantha Selzer & Loraine Holzapfel.  

 
Report Cards
If your student fees are paid and all books are turned in, please feel free to stop by the office and pick up your report card, starting on Monday, June 13th from 7:30 - 3:00 p.m.
 
Memorial Bench Project
Students witnessed what happens when they all get together and do a good deed during a school assembly.
 
 
Greenville Federal Bank Donation
Greenville Federal Bank donates for the football play clocks.   
New Ohio immunization requirements for all students entering 7th grade this Fall:
Junior High School
Those entering 7th grade will now need a Meningococcal vaccine in addition to a Tdap (Tetanus Diptheria and Pertussis) vaccine. These vaccines should be received and a copy provided to the school nurse or secretary by the first day of school. Vaccines are available at the Darke County Health Department on Tuesdays from 8-10:30 am and 2-5:00pm. Clinics are walk-in/no appointment needed during these hours. Medicaid and most health insurance are accepted. For more information, questions, or concerns: please call the Health Department at 548-4196 ext. 224. Many of our local doctors also provide vaccines by appointment. Please check with your doctor for more information on this.

High School
Those entering 12th grade will now need a Meningococcal vaccine prior to the first day of school this fall. Students must be 16 or older at the time of vaccination to meet this requirement. These vaccines should be received and a copy provided to the school nurse or secretary by the first day of school. Vaccines are available at the Darke County Health Department on Tuesdays from 8-10:30 am and 2-5:00pm. Clinics are walk-in/no appointment needed during these hours. Medicaid and most health insurance are accepted. For more information, questions, or concerns: please call the Health Department at 548-4196 ext. 224. Many of our local doctors also provide vaccines by appointment. Please check with your doctor for more information on this.

 
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