LHS/Live Oaks student earns recognition at the Ohio SkillsUSA Championships
Posted Thursday, May 22, 2014
The Loveland City School District is pleased to recognize Loveland High School (LHS)/Live Oaks student Alan Copley for placing second at the Ohio SkillsUSA Championships. Copley earned the silver medal for Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Lathe.
“Alan's competition consisted of writing a program for a complex part of a CNC lathe, and taking a written exam,” said Jeff Smith, Live Oaks precision machining instructor. “We are very proud of what Alan accomplished through his studies in the Live Oaks program.”
Live Oaks is one of four campuses affiliated with Great Oaks, one of the largest career and technical education districts in the United States. Great Oaks has been providing career development, workforce development and economic development services to individuals, business, industry, labor, communities and other organizations in southwest Ohio since 1970.
The Ohio Association of SkillsUSA is a Career-Technical Student Organization serving students in high school and college post-secondary industrial, engineering and health career training programs in Ohio. The organization is affiliated nationally with SkillsUSA.