COLUMBUS — Students from Hardin-Houston Local School and the Upper Valley Career Center will be participating in the Ohio School Boards Association Student Achievement Fair on Nov. 12.
Fifth-graders who use a 3D printer to design prosthetic hands for children in need, and a bell choir whose members are high school students with disabilities, will be among 100 inventive Ohio public school programs and projects featured next month at the event.
The Student Achievement Fair at the 2018 OSBA Capital Conference and Trade Show showcases outstanding learning initiatives created by Ohio public school districts. In its 20th year, the celebration of learning and achievement will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday, Nov. 12, at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
More than 9,000 public education stakeholders will attend the Capital Conference from Nov. 11 to Nov. 13. In addition, more than 550 exhibitors will display their goods and services at the Trade Show, the nation’s largest education trade exhibition.
For complete conference details, visit http://conference.ohioschoolboards.org.