27 Students Graduate from Practical Nursing Program at CCCTC

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NURSING GRADUATES – The 71st class of the Clearfield County Career and Technology Center’s (CCCTC) Practical Nursing Program graduated 27 students July 26. Commencement speaker was Patricia McKnight, RN, BSN, nursing instructor.

Cheryl Krieg, simulation coordinator, presented the graduates and Philip Carr, Joint Operating Committee chairperson, awarded diplomas. Nursing pins were awarded by Ashley Clark, nursing instructor. Academic awards were presented by Elsie Maurer, nursing program director.

Recognition for highest grade point average was presented to Jessica Hartle and second highest grade point average to Emily Hutton. Margaret Barnes, part-time nursing instructor, led the graduates in reciting the Practical Nursing Pledge. Farewell address was provided by Alison Kephart.

Twenty-seven graduates were recognized. In the front row, from left, are Kelsea Owens, Briana Wisor, Carolyn Ball, Karen Saenz, Ashley Thompson and Jennifer Merritts.

In the second row, from left are Elizabeth Sypa, Brittany Lash, Jessica Hartle, Nicole Bumbarger and Darika Vieard.

In the third row, from left, are Heather Gelnett, Angela Lumadue, Alison Kephart, Heather Pinto, Alexis Narby and Rachael Forbes.

In the fourth row, from left, are Shannon Carpenter, Tessa Gaines, Casey Sabella, Shayna Bertothy and Alexis Goodrow.

In the fifth row, from left, are Presley Nellis, Gwen Westover, Emily Hutton, Holly Sabella and Kylie Ingram.

The nursing program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing Inc. and the Pennsylvania Department of Education.

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