Ohio ACTE President and Tri Star Director, Tim Buschur, recently presented an ACTE Outstanding School Board Member Award to Tri Star Advisory Board Member Joe Rose. Rose was one of five recipients recognized at the Ohio ACTE (Association of Career and Technical Education) Connections to Careers Conference held July 25-27 in Columbus, Ohio. According to ACTE, the purpose of the award is to recognize school board members who have made the highest contributions to the improvement, promotion, development, and governance of career-technical and adult education in Ohio. Pictured after the award presentation are (left to right): Tim Buschur, Joe Rose, and the other recipients - Paul Lockwood (EHOVE Career Center), Cheryl Basista (Trumbull Career and Technical Center) and Rick France (Mid-East Career and Technical Centers).
“Joe Rose has served as a school board member of Tri Star Career Compact for 14 years. He also owns his own construction and electrical business, Rose Construction. He has worked as an adviser to the Tri Star construction program and helped to interview construction candidates. He has also worked with potential buyers of Tri Star’s annual home project, in which students build a complete home from top to bottom. He also designed, consulted, and solicited support for a new Animal Science barn and worked on the Hometown Opportunity website that lists jobs for a two-county area. He also attended several state meetings regarding curriculum, is part of Vision 2020, and volunteers as a member of the construction committee to find a new school partnership for Tri Star Career Compact.”
Congratulations Joe, on your award, and many thanks for your dedication to Tri Star Career Compact, its students and career technical education.