PIQUA — The West Central Ohio Manufacturing Partnership held its regional education summit on Tuesday in Edison State Community College’s Robinson Theater.

Around 50 principals and superintendents from 10 counties were in attendance for the summit.

Participants heard presentations from two main speakers, Aaron Moran, superintendent at Versailles Exempted Village Schools, and Jason Hemmelgarn, principal at Coldwater High School.

Moran presented the topic of “how to engage local business as a comprehensive secondary school district.”

Moran began by stating 50 to 60 percent of Versailles graduates each year go on to complete a program from a four-year institution, though not necessarily in four years. He then presented questions regarding what the other 40 to 50 percent of graduates do after high school, and also examined

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