Seniors Earn 2018 Academic Achievement Award

   Penta Career Center held its annual Academic Achievement Award Ceremony on April 18, 2018 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, 155 students were recognized.  Special guest speaker at the ceremony was Dr. Steve Robinson, president 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 2018 Academic Achievement Award.  
      From Anthony Wayne: Tyler Baden, Transition to Work; Katelyn Bender, Transition to Work; Chad Conner, Career-Based Intervention; Austin Hertzfeld, Heating & Air Conditioning; Jessica Hunt, Small Animal Care; Carly Kaufman, Cosmetology; Winter Lambert-Lyons, Culinary Arts; Jacob Pierce, Construction Electricity; Brienna Plotner, Culinary Arts; Katherine St Jean, Public Safety/Criminal Justice; Tyler Ware, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science; and Gregory Yashura, Welding. 
      From Bowling Green: Alyssa Baldwin, Small Animal Care; Elsa Barber, Culinary Arts; Anthony Borders, Powersports & Engine Systems; Carl Bressler, Information Technologies; Kaitlynn Bumpus, Transition to Work; Xandria Eaken, Early Childhood Education; Colin Fausnaugh, Digital Video Production; Paige Fausnaugh, Floral Design/Greenhouse; Isiah Harrison, Marketing Education; Marissa Merwin, Early Childhood Education; Hope Santangelo, Early Childhood Education; and RaiLyn Zamarripa, Cosmetology. 
      From Eastwood: Shyanne Berlin, Construction Remodeling; Maximilian Bierhup, Digital Video Production; Dakota Blecke, Medical Technologies; Stephanie Brockschmidt, Floral Design/Greenhouse Production; Lucia Diaz, Early Childhood Education; Kaylee Dudley, Floral Design/Greenhouse Production; Solana Lopez, Medical Technologies; Jacob Marsh, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science; Rachel Parsons, Medical & Legal Office Mgmt; Daniel Payne, Information Technologies; Marina Randall, Project Search; Donald Rolf, Construction Electricity; Matthew Smith, Construction Electricity; and Alyssa Veryser, Floral Design/Greenhouse Production. 
      From Elmwood: Brianna Dingledine, Cosmetology; Jeffery Fowler, Project Search; and Taylor Merritt, Information Technologies.
      From Genoa: Anthony Hayes, Public Safety/Criminal Justice; Devona Mutchler, Digital Video Production; Sadee Skaff, Small Animal Care; and Mikaila Sweeney, Dental Assistant.
      From Lake: Alexander Bradfield, Advanced Manufacturing; Eian Cousino, Transition to Work; Nicholas Eye, Construction Masonry; Devin Hanely, Interactive Media; Alexis Hassall, Dental Assistant; Carley Kidd, Medical Technologies; Peyton Pope, Exercise Science & Sports Medicine; Samantha Swicegood, Medical Technologies; Chase Weber, Automotive Collision Repair; and Lyndsi Ybarra, Automotive Technology. F
      From Maumee:  Donte Bryson Jr, Public Safety/Criminal Justice; Tyler Cade, Transition to Work; Brianne Croninger, Interactive Media; Hunter Duby, Heating & Air Conditioning; Jason Gildemeister, Construction Trades; Britney Grisez, Medical Technologies; Michael McFarland, Transition to Work; Josephine Olszewski, Small Animal Care; Audrey Osstifin, Job Training; and Justin Schneider, Public Safety/Criminal Justice. 
      From North Baltimore: Joseph Bear, Automotive Technology; Matthew Davis, Computer-Aided Design; Zachary Nominee, Information Technologies; Tessa Shifflet, Public Safety/Criminal Justice; and Megan Smith, Small Animal Care. 
      From Northwood: Jessica Dombrowski, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science; Collin Golden, Advanced Manufacturing; Kayla Ibarra, Construction Electricity; Alexis Lampros, Career-Based Intervention; Edna Tolliver, Transition to Work; Alejandro Villegas, Construction Carpentry; and Mariah Vollmar, Small Animal Care. 
      From Oak Harbor: Jordan Domanowski, Advanced Manufacturing; Oscar Garcia Jr.,Digital Video Production; Rebekah McDonald, Medical Technologies; Kaizya Menchaca, Cosmetology; Rhiannon Reaper, Information Technologies; and Jillian Schneider, Project Search. 
      From Otsego: Hunter Carrick, Public Safety/Criminal Justice; Dakota Clark, Advanced Manufacturing; Ann Cousino, Automotive Collision Repair; Zachary Davies, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science; Marcus Easterwood, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science; Joshua Lamb, Digital Video Production; Marissa Langley, Early Childhood Education; Cassandra LaPlante, Interactive Media; Hannah Poulin, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science;  and Alexis Wiles, Dental Assistant.
      From Perrysburg: Jared Bullis, Information Technologies; Grant Chambers, Project Search; Elizabeth Finney, Computer-Aided Design; Brandan Hamilton, Early Childhood Education; Logan Hill, Computer-Aided Design; Gwyneth Holt, Interactive Media; Zachary Hummel, Advanced Manufacturing; Paige Kervin, Information Technologies; Daniel Kosmyna, Information Technologies; Jenna Kurucz, Dental Assistant; Alyssa Kwiatkowski, Public Safety/Criminal Justice; and Tyler Patrzalek, Automotive Collision Repair.
      From Rossford: Jennifer Birr, Culinary Arts; Zayre Blatnik, Construction Electricity; Devon Bugaj, Automotive Technology; Matthew Cole, Career-Based Intervention; Kathryn Duwve, Small Animal Care; Kristen Ebert, Construction Masonry; Evelyn Hamilton, Construction Remodeling; Matthew Hinojosa, Construction Concepts; Allison Kozina, Small Animal Care; Seirra Meek, Public Safety/Criminal Justice; Theresa Paff, Small Animal Care; Tiffanie Pelka, Cosmetology; and Makayla Seman, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science.
      From Springfield: Jane Anderson, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science; Sandra Bacon, Career-Based Intervention; Cohl Dollison, Job Training; Jonathan Greene, Transition to Work; Logan Grow, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science; Kendyl Haney, Transition to Work; Avery Johnston, Dental Assistant; Mariah Koback, Career-Based Intervention; Breanna Longenecker, Medical Technologies; Alyssa Meyer, Career-Based Intervention; Jaycee Oglesby, Business Office Tech; Evan Schutt, Advanced Manufacturing; Chandler Serres, Information Technologies; Morgan Smolinski, Cosmetology; and Maniya Streeter, Cosmetology. 
      From Swanton: Anna Aitken, Small Animal Care; Bradley DeHollander, Construction Carpentry; Duncan Farschman, Culinary Arts; Jack Hutchinson, Advanced Manufacturing; Rachel Lee, Transition to Work; Destiny Parks, Medical & Legal Office Mgmt; Mitchel Reisinger, Transition to Work; and Reid Walters, Career-Based Intervention; 
      From Woodmore:  Cole Cutchall, Public Safety/EMT-Fire Science; Miguel Galvan Medina, Automotive Collision Repair; Alyssa Lassiter, Small Animal Care; Leah Liskai, Small Animal Care; Maddy Otte, Digital Video Production; Tyler Sandwisch, Powersports & Engine Systems; and Julia Schmidt, Culinary Arts. 
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