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WCTC names 61 students to honor roll

Nov 24, 2015

Waldo — Waldo County Technical Center has announced 61 students who made its honor roll for the first quarter. They are:

Josh Johnson, Andrew Lavin and Cyrus Staples, Auto Collision Repair; Dylan Chase, Conner Gould, Kyle Harding, Blaine Place, Heather Richardson, Zayne Snyder, Hayden Sobey-Bradford, Aaron Stevens, Travis Tran, Derrick Tyler, Ben Warren and Cameron Young, Automotive Technology.

Also, Austin Higgins and Max Robbins, Building Construction; RebekahSue Asselin, Amber Ayer, Karagan Blood, Tessa Chason, Megan Mikel and Melissa Stoltz, CNA; Austin Bradley, James Brassbridge, Bryce Caldwell, Patrick Gross, Ephraim Moody and Devin Nielsen, Computer Careers; Clifton Macomber, Culinary Arts; Resse Moulton, Diesel Technology;

Also, Sheryl Bowen, Kacy Harriman, Madison Clapp and Sierra Phillips, Early Childhood Occupations; Alan Gibbs, John Larrabee, Mackenzie Philbrick and Leo Richter, Electrical Trades; Samantha Grant, Caitlin Hathaway, Julienne Hebert, Ian McBride, Alex Morsey, Olivia O'Jala, Rajah Peavey, Emma Richter and Dana Wilson, Graphic Design; Craig Brown and Chris Thayer, Public Safety.

Also, Clinton Dakin, Joe Danna, Michael Embry, Michael Grant, Matthew Howard and Kyle York, Small Engines; and Doyle Bailey, Tyler Noyes, Brandon Porter, Collin Whitney and Reid Whitney, Welding Technology.

 

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