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  • Using Technology to Help the Tiniest and Furriest Patient

    Using Technology to Help the Tiniest and Furriest Patient
    Luna on the move in her new wheels

    March 28, 2017 -- Digital Media Arts junior, Jessceya Bonds, had a unique problem, but thought she might be able to find a solution at her school. Her pet guinea pig, Luna, recently had an accident, broke its leg and is now unable to walk on her own. Jessceya wondered if there might be some students in other JVS programs who could help her out.

    That is where Mr. Scanlan, 9th and 10th grade lab instructor, came in to help. He and his students were willing and able to use their 3-D printer to make Luna a wheelchair! Luna was measured for her custom chair, it was designed and then printed in the Career Readiness lab, and the results are working great.

    Luna is now able to get around on her own. Jessceya is thrilled with the results and grateful for the help and support she and Luna received from the students and staff at the JVS.

  • JVS Supervisor Receives Honorary State FFA Degree

    JVS Supervisor Receives Honorary State FFA Degree
    Maggie Lieb and Mr. Jason Kaczay

    March 25, 2017 -- Every year, the Ohio FFA Association awards Honorary State FFA Degrees to adults who have provided exceptional service to agriculture, agricultural education, or the FFA. 

    Mr. Jason Kaczay, JVS Supervisor, will be awarded this honor this year. He was nominated by Maggie Lieb, a Landscape and Greenhouse Management senior and FFA member from Avon for his willingness to always help out the FFA members in the classroom and during chapter activities.

    Maggie stated, “Mr. Kaczay is a tremendous help to the JVS FFA Chapter. He is enthusiastic at every event he comes to, and always encourages the members to do the best they can. His support and service is very evident and deserves to be recognized.”

    The recipients of these awards are invited to participate in the FFA State Convention award ceremony held at the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus.

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