Career & Technology Students Recognized for Highest Honors

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CLEARFIELD РClearfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC) recently recognized students with highest honors for the first nine weeks. Students must have an average of 95 percent or higher.  Recipients for the first nine weeks are:

  • Angel Lefebvre and John Newsome, Architectural Drafting;
  • Michael Hadden, Auto Mechanics;
  • Allyson Park and Emily Caldwell, Business Management and Marketing;
  • Nicholas Conklin, Mason Solida and Christopher Zentz, Carpentry and Building Construction;
  • Matthew Bartek, Kirstan Eger, Pam Hazel, Thomas Stott, Timothy Vaux and Jacob Dale, Collision Repair;
  • Kristin Butterworth, Danielle Kephart and Jenna Klett, Cosmetology;
  • Sierra Maney and Marissa Wallace, Culinary Arts and Food Management;
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    Mathew Uncles, Christopher Cheskey, Noah Kitko and Robert Garvey, Diesel Equipment Maintenance and Repair Technology;

  • Josh DeSantis, Steven Parks and Jessica Szejk, Electronics and Robotics;
  • Emily Callahan, Brittany Flango, Rachel Freeman, Olivia Myers, Cheyenne Rowles, Lindsey Smith, Tabitha Stiles, Allison Ward, Amber Liegey, Kendra Martin and Alissa McKenrick, Health Occupations Technology;
  • Jared Burfield, MaKayla Jury, Stewart Majewsky, Matthew Scaife, Kirk Turner and Andrew Waugh, Information Technology;
  • John Conklin III, Masonry;
  • Christian Frelin and Brandon Fry, Welding and Metal Fabrication; and
  • Cassidy Bowman, Molley Charles, Nicole Gillingham, Amanda Little, Leigha Miles, Jilyn Ott, Teaica Putillion, Nichole Reed and Vicky Walker, Adult Cosmetology.


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