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Ceremony honors students for excellence in career technology education

June 27, 2013

The Hagerstown-Washington County Economic Development Commission sponsored the 29th annual Awards for Excellence in Career Technology Education ceremony at South Hagerstown High School on May 6.

Kaplan University and Washington County Public Schools joined together to recognize seniors who excelled in career technology education programs.

Washington County Public Schools recognized the following students:

¿ Arts, media and communication: Skyler O’Neill, computer game development and animation; Larissa Saunders, digital communications; and Christopher Brittle, multimedia and graphic design.

¿ Business management and finance: Taylor Jones and Sydniy Mabey, administrative services; Jennifer Webber, Jacob Hess and Ryan Kreun, business management; Jamie Baker, Levi Bucher and Cara Ferguson, finance and accounting; and Austen Rohrbaugh, marketing.

¿ Construction and development: Brandon Helman, carpentry); Jessica Hartlage, James Kopp, Hudson Barrett, Devon Mitchell and Reid Keplinger, drafting technology; Nicholas McCallister, electrical construction; Emma Gist, pre-civil engineering and architecture academy — Project Lead the Way; Justin T. Hutchinson and Andrew Violet, youth apprenticeship carpentry.

¿ Consumer services, hospitality and tourism: Lauren Shafer, cosmetology; Taylor Robey, culinary arts; Brianna Boger, Trenton Sauble, Marquil Holt and Molly Rooney, food and beverage management.

¿ Environmental, agricultural and natural resources systems: McKenzie Divelbiss, Environmental Agricultural Science Academy — Environmental and Natural Resources Pathway; Cody A. Rippeon, environmental horticulture and landscape design; Jamie Baker and James Rowland, agriculture); Shelby Griffith and Lacey M. Smith, horticulture.

¿ Health and biosciences:

Marshall Hoffmaster, Academy of Biomedical Science, Project Lead the Way; and Sindy Chicas, health occupations.

¿ Human resource services: Taylor Rigsby, Elizabeth Coburn and Robin Crabill, Academy of Teaching Professions; Emily Kane, Amber Fisher, Kelsey Hutzell and Lisa Artz, child care guidance and management; Allison Staubs, early childhood professions; and Charles E. Shindle III, Fire and Rescue Academy.

¿ Information technology:

Joshua Rafka, computer repair and networking, CISCO Academy.

¿ Manufacturing, engineering and technology:

Ryan Shank, The Academy of Science, Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing — Engineering and Manufacturing Pathway; Victoria Key, The Academy of Science, Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing — Mechanical Engineering Pathway, Project Lead the Way.

¿ Transportation technologies: Matthew Creek, automotive technology; Daniel Lee Clark Jr., collision repair.

¿ Career research and development: Lacey M. Smith, Tyler W. Castle, Darla Mullinix and Ashley Hont.

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