CTE students earn recognition

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The Career and Tech Center staff and administration will recognize nominated first-year and second- year students each month, based on several factors. The outstanding students of the month are chosen based on qualities such as character, leadership, citizenship, work ethic and attendance. The student should be compassionate, honest, trustworthy, responsible and a positive role model.

Each teacher may nominate one student for their morning and afternoon class each month. The nominees receive a certificate and a coupon for free pizza through the Food Services class.

Congratulations to the January Outstanding Students of the Month

Morning students (above, from left): Derrick Hollenbeck, Heavy Equipment; Walker Gruen, Welding; Mariah Dibble, Cosmetology; Ali Shield, Culinary Arts; Dylan Spangenberg, Criminal Justice; Bridgette Mayhew, Early Childhood; Jacob Screiber, Auto Tech; Robbie Castrenze, Auto Body; Chantz Berrios, Digital Media; Rock Fuller, Food Services

Morning students (above, from left): Derrick Hollenbeck, Heavy Equipment; Walker Gruen, Welding; Mariah Dibble, Cosmetology; Ali Shield, Culinary Arts; Dylan Spangenberg, Criminal Justice; Bridgette Mayhew, Early Childhood; Jacob Screiber, Auto Tech; Robbie Castrenze, Auto Body; Chantz Berrios, Digital Media; Rock Fuller, Food Services

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Afternoon students (above, from left): Aaron Jackson, Welding, Dryden; Marissa Slocum, Cosmetology, Candor; Scott VanEttten, Digital Media, Newfield; Joel Miller, Auto Tech, Newfield; Tyler Armostrong, Food Services, Trumansburg; Nathaniel Shepard, Heavy Equipment, Dryden; Jacob Heliseva, Computer Technology, Dryden; Jessica Rhys, Early Childhood, Groton; Nick Hollister, Culinary Arts, Dryden; Kyle Ellis, Criminal Justice, Ithaca; Cynthia, Nurse Assistant; Austin Turcsik, Auto Body.