Sno-Isle Students of the Quarter

Dec 19, 2018

Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center has announced that the following students were named Fall 2018-2019 Students of the Quarter Award. Program teachers selected these students based upon employability skills in the areas of communication, attendance, and integrity/honesty/character.

 

Congratulations to:

 

Morning Students: Tai Chase (Aerospace Manufacturing), Colejohn Tonnes (Aerospace Manufacturing), Julia Pickett (Animation), Joseph Schellenberger (Auto Body and Collision Repair), Collin Johnson (Automotive Technology), Wyatt Berg (Computers, Servers and Networking), Deven Fountaine (Construction Trades), Kate Roberts (Cosmetology), William Eckhardt (Criminal Justice), Jesse Ceja (Culinary Arts), Lauren Mahoney (Dental Assisting), Chase Hunnicutt (Diesel Power Technology), Jadon Waldner (Electronics Engineering Technology), James Hollis (Electronics Engineering Technology), Grace Ayodeji (Fashion and Merchandising), Jadan White (Fire Service Technology), Grace Schellenberger (Medical Assisting), Elamary Doshier (Nursing Assistant), Chet Wilson (Precision Machining), Fernanda Legorreta (Translation and Interpretation), Pamela Dzawala (Veterinary Assisting), Kegean Newton (Video Game Design), and Tristan Coggins (Welding/Metal Fabrication).

 

Afternoon Students: Makayla Foster (Animation), Cody Hanrahan (Auto Body and Collision Repair), Jack Eccleshall (Automotive Technology), Jonathan Cruz (Careers in Education), Isaiah Hahn (Computers, Servers and Networking), Jacob Vincent (Construction Trades), Emma Bosse (Cosmetology), Veronica Musall (Criminal Justice), Jamie Atkinson (Culinary Arts), Xeyneb Al-Azadi (Dental Assisting), Jordan Looker (Diesel Power Technology), Annelise Dobrich (Fashion and Merchandising), Aidan Carpenter (Fire Service Technology), Sophie Normand (Medical Assisting), Cheyenne Palomino (Nursing Assistant), Jared Arquiza (Precision Machining), Elyssa Metcalfe (Translation and Interpretation), Hailey Kohler (Veterinary Assisting), Vincent Allen (Video Game Design), and Thaddeus Merten (Welding/Metal Fabrication).

 

Photos courtesy of Karen Lee

Comments (0)
If you wish to comment, please login.