GCCTC recognizes outstanding students
Greene County Career and Technology Center recognized the Outstanding Students of the Second Quarter Feb. 8. Morning students recognized were, first row, from left, Abbigale Havrilesko, Central Greene, cosmetology; Samantha Smith, Mapletown, computer networking technology; and Krista Peteritis, Jeff-Morgan, health assistant; second row, Zachary McDowell, Central Greene, precision machining; and Dustin Bell, Mapletown, automotive collision & repair technology. Not pictured are Patrick Coger, Mapletown, automotive technology; Jill Gashie, Mapletown, drafting & design; and Michael Rice, Carmichaels, emergency & protective services. Afternoon students recognized were, front row, from left, Sheldon Phillips, West Greene, welding; Leslie Simpkins, Carmichaels, health assistant; Alyssa Raber, West Greene, cosmetology; and Austin Kiger, Central Greene, drafting & design; second row, Eli McClure, West Greene, automotive technology; and James Jones, Central Greene, drafting & design. Not pictured are Forrest Wood, West Greene, auto collision & repair technology; Brenan Clark, Carmichaels, computer networking technology; Brandon Silbaugh, Carmichaels, emergency & protective services; and Kody Gorby, Central Greene, precision machining.
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