The OSU Washington County Junior Farmers Market program gives students the opportunity to get hands on experience and knowledge in farming, fresh produce, and healthy living. According to a news release, the aim of the program is for students to learn about healthy eating, healthy lifestyles, and the importance of buying local.
Now to the ongoing situation with Ohio Valley University as some of the school’s former students are still waiting on the status of their transcripts, one Mid-Ohio Valley I.T. specialist claims he has a copy of the digital transcripts.
With the recent news by the Facebook group “OVU Updates,” of transcripts being lost and a lot of confusion, hundreds of former Ohio Valley University students are coming together to get the answers they need to receive their official transcripts.
Former Ohio Valley University students say they are having problems getting their official transcripts from the school. Students say this was a problem even before the school went bankrupt and closed. This is making it harder for them to transfer to another school or apply for a job.
Tuesday night’s Wood County Board of Education meeting covered multiple topics of discussion, including multiple proposals, an update to the open house schedule, and the appointment of a new Director of Elementary Education.