Career-Technical Education Students Recognized for their Success

2011 Optimist Club AwardsTen students from Lynchburg City Schools were honored by The Optimist Club of Lynchburg for their dedication to their Career-Technical Education in Lynchburg City Schools in February. Most of these students have big plans after they graduate.  During the February awards ceremony they were recognized for their hard work and positive outlook.

Each student received a certificate of recognition and a $50 gift certificate to Given’s Books for their hard work.  By recognizing the hard work of these students, the Optimist Club hopes to encourage each student to continue down a positive school and career path.

The winners are listed below:

Oliver Jackson, E. C. Glass High School, Auto Services
Vito Carcioppolo, E. C. Glass High School, Business/ Information Technology
Megan Kervin, Heritage High School, Business/ Information Technology
Justin Cording, E. C. Glass High School, Cooperative Technical Education
Marco Bustamante, Heritage High School, Marketing
Jacob Newland, E. C. Glass High School, Engineering
Talesha Banks, E. C. Glass High School, Culinary Arts
D’Quesha Lanee Ferguson, Heritage High School, Computer Systems Technology
Nick Baum, E. C. Glass High School, Nuclear Technology
Amber Robinson, E. C. Glass High School, Health Occupations

 

View the 2011 Optimist Club Awards Ceremony below.

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