Penta Class of 2019 Honored; 52 Seniors Recognized as Outstanding Students

      The 54th senior class at Penta Career Center was honored May 14-16, 2019 during six separate ceremonies in the Susor Auditorium on the Penta campus.  This year, 803 seniors from Penta Career Center’s on campus and satellite programs completed career-technical programs and received Career Passports through Penta.  During the ceremonies, the Outstanding Student Award was presented to 52 seniors based on performance and excellence in their individual career-technical program.  See below for the list of seniors who earned the 2019 Penta Outstanding Student Award.   
         Each of the students recognized during the Senior Recognition Ceremonies received a career passport that contained a certificate of completion signed by the student’s instructor, supervisor, high school director, and superintendent.  The career passport also included:  a list of competencies which the student attained while attending Penta, a personal data sheet, and other documents listing the student’s accomplishments.  
        The Penta Career Center 2019 Outstanding Students include the following:
From Anthony Wayne:  Sera Ilgin, Marketing Education and Allison Kiss, Teaching Professions
From Bowling Green:  Joan Medina, Powersports & Engine Systems; Yarin Mercer, Computer-Aided Design; Cole Sonner, Marketing Education; and Jillian Staneart, Cosmetology

From Eastwood:  Herminia Alvarado, Hair Design

From Elmwood:  Grace Craig, Public Safety – Firefighter; Devin Merritt, Digital Video Production; and Derrick Roseman, Construction Remodeling

From Genoa:  Alana Bankston, Culinary Arts;  Haleigh DuChene, Medical Technologies;  Sydney Goetz, Cosmetology;  Breanna Lawson, Public Safety - Criminal Justice;  and Isaac Smith, Heating & Air Conditioning Technology

From Lake:  Justin Amborski, Welding; Daniel Conklin, Information Technologies Academy; Christian Karszewski, Construction Concepts; and Dalton Strickland, Dental Assistant 

From Maumee:  Jordan Manders, Automotive Technology; Lilly Maxwell, Marketing Education; and Alexa Stevens, Marketing Education

From North Baltimore:  Desiree Keeran, Project SEARCH

From Northwood: Alaura Dougherty, Floral Design/Greenhouse Production and Sergio Salas, Welding

From Oak Harbor:  Tilena Agoston, Medical Technologies; Tibor Agoston III, Construction Trades; Raeanna Duty, Medical Technologies; Spencer Segaard, Marketing Education; and Erik Wadsworth, Landscape & Turfgrass Management

From Otsego:  Cassidy Behnfeldt, Small Animal Care; William Evans, Construction Electricity; Lauren Meadows, Small Animal Care; Tyler Smith, Construction Carpentry; Mitchell Smith, Digital Video Production; and Kurtis Sutter, Construction Masonry

From Perrysburg:  Gabriella Benington, Teaching Professions; Carson Burns, Culinary Arts; Ashley Gundrum, Marketing Education; Adam Nour, Culinary Arts; and Tyler Stockwell, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

From Rossford:  Emilia Christoff, Interactive Media; Arianna DuPont, Marketing Education;  Taylor Fox, Medical Technologies;  Jacob Myers, Information Technologies Academy; Samantha Prephan, Early Childhood Education; and Casey Reno, Medical Office Management 

From Springfield: Jonah Clevenger, Automotive Technology and Tyler Gomer, Automotive Collision Repair 

From Swanton: Brett Bettinger, Interactive Media at Swanton; Cole Detrick, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies; and Seth Rains, Accounting at Swanton
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