CLARE – The Clare-Gladwin Regional Education Service District’s Career & Technical Education program has announced its Students of the Month for October.
CTE administration and staff congratulate these students, who were selected by teachers for positive performances in their respective CTE classes:
Braeden Apps of Beaverton (Advanced Manufacturing); Alexis-Marie Kowalski of Beaverton and Benjamin Holmes of Harrison (Agricultural Science); Paul Cowles of Harrison and Kole Thurlow of Gladwin (Automotive Technology); Lucas Gillespie of Harrison and Haden Rowley of Gladwin (Construction Trades); Jasmine Strayer of Gladwin and Brock Byard of Clare (Criminal Justice); Jassmine Warner and Alexis Card, both of Farwell (Culinary Arts); Dennis Hershberger of Clare and Halima Cisse of Harrison (Digital Media); Brandi Kish of Harrison and Clayton Maxwell of Gladwin (Education Occupations); Taelor McVicar of Harrison and Shea Henderson of Gladwin (Health Occupations); and Luke Demoines of Beaverton and Jerod Guoan of Gladwin (Welding Technology).
The CTE program is grateful to the sponsors who support the Students of the Month program by donating gift certificates to the honorees. Sponsors include Buccilli’s Pizza of Clare and Farwell and Hungry Howie’s Pizza of Gladwin.
ABOUT CTE: Clare-Gladwin CTE provides what was previously recognized in local high schools as vocational education or skilled trades training. CTE offers that training to juniors and seniors at high schools in Beaverton, Clare, Farwell, Gladwin and Harrison in many diverse career fields, including Automotive Technology, Culinary Arts, Construction Trades, Health Occupations, Advanced Integrated Manufacturing, Digital Media, Welding Technology, Education Occupations, Criminal Justice and Agricultural Science.
Students learn valuable professional and personal skills that help prepare them for life after high school, whether it’s in college, the workforce or both. For more information, visit the CTE website at www.CTEitsworking.com.