MVCTC students attend FFA State Convention


Veterinary science students earn 1st place in the state

R-H Staff



On April 12, the Veterinary Science students accepted the first place banner for the State Veterinary Science CDE. Left to right: Taylor Denny (Twin Valley South), Josie Zamora (Wayne), Hannah Walters (Vandalia), and Marianna Lauofo (Miamisburg).


ENGLEWOOD — Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) Agriculture programs more than doubled the number of FFA State Degree winners from recent years in having 17 students work hard in earning their State Degree. The following students received their State Degree at the FFA State Convention on May 4-5 at the Ohio State Fairgrounds:

• Alexis Bergin (Tri-County North)

• Clayton Cruze (National Trail)

• Taylor Denny (Twin Valley South)

• Erika Dillhoff (Twin Valley South)

• Alex Kerby (Tri-County North)

On April 12, the Veterinary Science team of Hannah Walters (Vandalia-Butler), Marianna Lauofo (Miamisburg), Josie Zamora (Wayne), and Nicco Libertini (Northmont) brought home first place in the Veterinary Science CDE. The team received a state banner at the Ohio FFA State Convention in May.

For over 45-years, MVCTC has been providing career technical education for 27 partner school districts encompassing five counties in Southwest Ohio. MVCTC is dedicated to providing in-demand workforce training for youth, adults, and organizations in the Miami Valley.

On April 12, the Veterinary Science students accepted the first place banner for the State Veterinary Science CDE. Left to right: Taylor Denny (Twin Valley South), Josie Zamora (Wayne), Hannah Walters (Vandalia), and Marianna Lauofo (Miamisburg).
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2017/05/web1_FFA-Vet-Science-CDE20175132161058.jpgOn April 12, the Veterinary Science students accepted the first place banner for the State Veterinary Science CDE. Left to right: Taylor Denny (Twin Valley South), Josie Zamora (Wayne), Hannah Walters (Vandalia), and Marianna Lauofo (Miamisburg).
Veterinary science students earn 1st place in the state

R-H Staff