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High School students receive CTE Pathway Awards

High School students receive CTE Pathway Awards


Twenty high school students were 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: CTE Pathway Award Recipients

  • Thania Macias, Southeast – Animal Science
  • Nam Nguyen, South - A/V Communications, AV Strand
  • Abigail Faflick, East - A/V Communications, Communications Strand
  • Gavin Robinson, South - A/V Communications, AV Strand
  • Ailinn Enriquez-Chavez, West - Business Entrepreneurship & Management
  • Nicole Shartzer, Northwest – Business Finance
  • Nathan Huyett, Heights – Construction and Design
  • Samantha Rowan, South - Early Childhood Development & Services
  • Emmanuel Falcon-Alvarez, West - Engineering & Applied Mathematics
  • Jonathan Medina Mireles, West - Engineering & Applied Mathematics
  • Melonie Baca, South - Emergency & Fire Management
  • Manuel Garcia, West - Health Science
  • Teya Ginther, South - Law & Law Enforcement Services, Law Enforcement Strand
  • Jorge Godinez, Northeast - Law & Law Enforcement Services, Pre-Law Strand
  • Skyler Shockey, West - Manufacturing Production
  • Justice De La Rosa, Northeast - Programming & Software Development
  • Julie Mercell-Vars, South - Restaurant & Event Management
  • Hannah Newman, South – Teaching/Training
  • Abigail Rierson, East - Visual Arts, Graphic Design Strand
  • Vladimir Nava, West - Web & Digital Communications

 

The students were recognized at the Board of Education meeting on February 27.

  

 




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