CLEARFIELD – The Joint Operating Committee of the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center recognized Andrew Waugh as one of the outstanding students for the 2014-15 school year.
He was a student in the Information Technology program, and also a graduate of Curwensville Area High School. He plans to attend Clarion University, majoring in Information Systems Technology.
From left are Waugh’s parents, Paul and Teresa Waugh; Andrew; Dr. Jill Dillon, Superintendent of Record and Harmony Area School District Superintendent; Jason Sunderland, Joint Operating Chairperson and a member of the Harmony Area School Board; and Jerome Mick, Information Technology instructor.
Next the JOC recognized Dan Kerlin of Morrisdale as the 2014-15 Outstanding Educator.
He instructs the Automotive Technology program and was chosen by the CCCTC staff because of his hard work and dedication for the program.
From left are Kerlin’s wife, Jennifer Kerlin; Kerlin; Dillon; and Sunderland.
Finally, the JOC recognized R.J. Lefebvre of Houtzdale as the 2014-15 Outstanding Staff Member.
Lefebvre is employed as a Computer Technician Assistant and was chosen by CCCTC staff for his hard work, dedication and willingness to help out in any situation.
From left are Lefebvre, Dillon and Sunderland.