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High School students receive CTE Pathway Awards

High School students receive CTE Pathway Awards

Twenty-three high school students were recently honored with the Career and Technical Education Pathway Awards. The students were selected by school staff in different CTE areas for their leadership skills, critical thinking and problem solving skills, academic performance, character, work ethic and how they represent their school. 

The student recipients are: 

  • Tamia Langford, Southeast – Animal Science
  • Ky’aila Adams, West – Business Management & Entrepreneurship
  • Diego Vargas, East – Construction & Design
  • Tyrell Burns, South – Digital Media – Digital Production
  • Jackeline Garcia-Blex, West – Digital Media – Communications
  • Aileen Batres, North – Early Childhood Development & Services
  • Raign Pankratz, Heights – Early Childhood Development & Services
  • Ryan Holle, East – Engineering and Applied Mathematics
  • Mikaija Burnett, Heights – Family, Community & Consumer Services
  • Danelle Norton, East – Fashion, Apparel and Interior Design
  • Caedyn Rehmet, South – Emergency and Fire Management Services
  • Justin Spelts, West – Graphic Design
  • Dennys Calvillo, West – Health Science
  • Danyelle Martin, South – Law Enforcement
  • Israel Flores, West – Manufacturing
  • Xavier Wagoner, West – Marketing
  • Brayan Manzano, South – Mobile Equipment Maintenance
  • Michael Sonexarth, South –Network Systems
  • Camaron Kneibler, Southeast – Plant Systems
  • Eli Curry, South – Programming and Software Development
  • Ricardo Gallardo, West – Restaurant & Event Management
  • Leslie Sanchez-Arratia, West – Teaching & Training
  • Kedrin Rathbun, South – Web & Digital Communications

The students were recognized at the Board of Education meeting on February 10.