The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center recently honored their students of the quarter for the third nine weeks.
Program instructors select one student per quarter, either morning or afternoon, for exceeding expectations in various aspects of the program, including such things as enthusiasm, work ethic, attendance, effort, etc. Grades are not necessarily a determining factor.
Shown are the morning students of the quarter, in the front from left, are Allen Hazlett, Management Information Systems; Chrystal Crater, Culinary Arts; and Shawna Brown, Adult Cosmetology.
In the back from left are Scott Brink, Auto Mechanics; Jeffrey Schneider, Carpentry; and Cori Huffmaster, Electrical Occupations.
Also, shown are the afternoon students of the quarter, in the front from left, are Tori Hamilton, Cosmetology; Sierra Records, Health Occupations Technology; and Maranda Baney, Collision Repair.
In the back from left are Shane Irwin, Architectural Drafting; Jacob Casher, Welding Technology; and Steven Kumm, Electronics Technology.
Missing from the photo are Alyssa Brooks, Diversified Occupations; Kilee Hanes, Management Information Systems; Chandler McCloskey, Masonry; and Chris Smeal, Diesel Technology.