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Seniors Honored with 2019 Academic Achievement Award

   Penta Career Center held its annual Academic Achievement Award Ceremony on April 24, 2019 at the Penta campus.  The award was presented to seniors who achieved excellence in their academic studies by maintaining a 3.25 grade point average for the first three quarters of the school year.  During the ceremony, 135 students were recognized.  
      Special guest speaker at the ceremony was Dr. Steve Robinson, president and chief executive officer of Owens Community College. Award recipients received a pin and a certificate for their accomplishment. The award pins for the students were sponsored by Toledo Building Services. 
       The following students earned the 2019 Academic Achievement Award: 
      From Anthony Wayne: Cole Deppen, Advanced Manufacturing; Jonelle Jackson, Early Childhood Education; Cole Perry, Transition to Work; Claire Sample, Early Childhood Education; Randall Thome, Project Search; Brian Waldeck, Digital Video Production; Gregory Yashura, Welding; Katlynn Zakorczennyj, Small Animal Care; and Garrett Zisk, Horticulture – Landscape.
      From Bowling Green:  Jasmin Alejo, Public Safety-Criminal Justice; Bailey Bullis, Computer-Aided Design; Anthony Hart, Powersports & Engine Systems; Jeremy Hillier, Career-Based Intervention; Jacob Martinez, Digital Video Production; Joan Medina, Powersports & Engine Systems; Yarin Mercer, Computer-Aided Design; Alex Mitov, Information Technologies Academy; Andrew Pearce, Transition to Work; Sophia Siwajek-Dankmer, Small Animal Care; Rheana Springer, Medical Technologies; Jillian Staneart, Cosmetology; and Donald Yoast, Digital Video Production.
      From Eastwood: Jonathan Arman, Construction Electricity; Mallory Blanton, Career-Based Intervention; Madelynn Chlebowski, Transition to Work; Rocio Hernandez, Digital Video Production; and Jacob Wonderly, Information Technologies Academy.
      From Elmwood: Kevin Bradford, Powersports & Engine Systems; Quinci Drain, Information Technologies Academy; Angela Elliott, Culinary Arts; Brittany Hickman, Cosmetology; Devin Merritt, Digital Video Production; Matthew Myers, Career-Based Intervention; Derek Rando, Project SEARCH; Derrick Roseman, Construction Remodeling; Jack Schreiner, Digital Video Production; Erin Vandersall, Cosmetology; Cynthia Widmer, Digital Video Production; and Ashley Wilson, Small Animal Care.
      From Genoa: Alana Bankston, Culinary Arts; Alexis Bryer, Cosmetology; Taylor Cousino, Cosmetology; Tyler Fejes, Construction Remodeling; Jaylynn Kreager, Cosmetology; Madelyn Lands, Culinary Arts; Angela Rahe, Small Animal Care; Caleb Rahe, Information Technologies Academy; Jeb Shook, Information Technologies Academy; and Ciarra Torres, Small Animal Care.
      From Lake: Shane Clark, Construction Electricity; Daniel Conklin, Information Technologies Academy; Cristina Martinez, Dental Assistant; Charles Sitterlet, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies; Zachary Snider, Information Technologies Academy;  Elizabeth Swartz, Interactive Media; and Megan Wozniak, Small Animal Care.
      From Maumee: Isaac Adams, Digital Video Production; Stevie Bobash, Career-Based Intervention; Madison DeGraw, Culinary Arts; Caroline Hinde, Public Safety-Firefighter; Jordan Manders, Automotive Technology; Reighann Marckel, Digital Video Production;  Jason Miller Jr., Automotive Collision Repair; Freedom Neal, Early Childhood Education; and Christopher Witzler, Advanced Manufacturing.
       From North Baltimore: Alexis Bear, Career-Based Intervention; Desiree Keeran, Project Search; Brandon McDonald, Project Search; Joslynn Sterling, Medical Technologies; and Dalton Teaford, Public Safety - Criminal Justice.
      From Northwood:  Faith Berning, Medical Technologies; Cain Doran, Public Safety-Criminal Justice; Destiny-May Hingula, Digital Video Production; Elijah Kazan, Construction Electricity; Vanessa Muniz, Construction Masonry; Luis Penaflor, Public Safety - Criminal Justice; Allen Powell, Automotive Technology; and Donald Wishon, Construction Concepts.
      From Oak Harbor: Tilena Agoston, Transition to Work; Isaac Bartrom, Project Search; Raeanna Duty, Medical Technologies; Sarah Hablitzel, Cosmetology; Cody Hicks, Welding; and Frank Johnson, Construction Electricity.
      From Otsego: Cassidy Behnfeldt, Small Animal Care; Adriana Caballero, Medical Office Management; Jordan Chaney, Heating & Air Conditioning Technology; Dominick Finkenbiner, Transition to Work; Roy Gruetter, Construction Electricity; Spencer Kempf, Welding; Mitchell Smith, Digital Video Production; Kurtis Sutter, Construction Masonry; Janae Vargo, Digital Video Production; and Lillian Zimmerman, Small Animal Care.
      From Perrysburg: Neyshka Aguilar Burgos, Interactive Media; Carson Burns, Culinary Arts; Shelby House, Computer-Aided Design; Devin Krout, Public Safety - Criminal Justice; Natalie Long, Public Safety – Firefighter; Adam Nour, Culinary Arts; Austen Robinson, Project Search; Sophia Staats, Cosmetology; Tyler Stockwell, Advanced Manufacturing; and Leah Welling, Transition to Work.
      From Rossford: Kate Bauman, Project Search; Emilia Christoff, Interactive Media; Taylor Fox, Medical Technologies; Madison Heath, Small Animal Care; Cynthia Merritt, Career-Based Intervention; Jacob Myers, Information Technologies Academy; Samantha Prephan, Early Childhood Education; and Donovan Tipton, Culinary Arts.
      From Springfield:  Tyler Gomer, Automotive Collision Repair; Dean Hamlet II, Cosmetology; Makenzy Johnson, Dental Assistant; Julie Kohlhofer, Project Search;  Charles Lanier, Interactive Media; Jolene Leasure, Medical Technologies; Jasmine Miller, Medical Technologies; Jaycee Oglesby, Transition to Work; Jenna Shirey, Marketing Education; Jacob Staup, Construction Electricity; and Tyler Teachout, Information Technologies Academy.
     From Swanton: Ciara Barnaby, Small Animal Care; Tyler Bolyard, Project Search; Cole Detrick, Advanced Manufacturing; Nathaniel Duarte, Public Safety - Criminal Justice; Daniel Flory, Construction Carpentry; Anthony Gonzalez, Project Search; Taylor Hankinson, Interactive Media; Miranda Long, Transition to Work; and Taylor Shaver, Marketing Education.
      From Woodmore:  Rebecca Damschroder, Small Animal Care; Steven Dickerson, Digital Video Production; and John Luckey, Powersports & Engine Systems.
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