The Wayne Technical and Career Center in Williamson announced the third-quarter recipients of its Quarterly Quality Student Award for 2018-19.

The following students were recognized by instructors for demonstrating exceptional communication skills, personal and workplace behaviors, quality process skills, and specific technical and career skills.

Adult: Jessica Le, cosmetology.

Clyde-Savannah: Zoey Donk, animal science; Autumn Kelley, health dimensions; Connor Wright, electrical trades; Logan Yates, advanced manufacturing; and Demitrios Zochios, culinary arts.

Gananda: Noah Mueller, advanced manufacturing; Isaiah Rowley, auto body repair; Madison Van Norman, cosmetology; and Kole Wright, auto body repair.

Lyons: Cassidy Bennett, education professions

Manchester-Shortsville: Adam Keim, carpentry.

Marion: Mary Messmer, New Vision veterinary assistant, and Aaron Weindl, health dimensions.

Newark: Hayden Eischen, electrical trades; Nakisha Murphy, health dimensions; Luis Ortiz Jr., auto body repair; Alyson Pero, cosmetology; Danika Ritz, New Vision nursing sciences; Trevor Rooze, carpentry; and Emma Whiting, criminal justice.

North Rose-Wolcott: Dakota Bryan, auto technology; Lauren Bullard, animal science; Maliyah Melos-Curnow, health dimensions; and Angela Salerno, criminal justice.

Palmyra-Macedon: Rebekka Abrams, culinary arts; Jacob Adams, auto technology; Timothy Boudrieau, criminal justice; Brodie Buckert, criminal justice; Robert Herrmann, power mechanics; and Cameron Whitcomb, carpentry.

Red Creek: Zachary Caley, criminal justice; Thomas Goetzmann, electrical trades; Ethan Humbert, electrical trades; and Joshua Whiting, conservation.

Sodus: Joshua Bacon, power mechanics; Alexander Church, criminal justice; Justin Craig, auto body repair; Desiree Crane, cosmetology; Joseph Morgan, computer programming and video game design; Thomas Smith, network technician; and Styles VanDerBroek, advanced manufacturing and engineering.

Wayne: Jillian Angotti, New Vision nursing sciences; Patricia Costa, culinary arts; James Flannery, auto body repair; Ryan Hemstreet, network technician; Robert MaMoone, conservation; Dylan Marconi, power mechanics; Allison Montgomery, education professions; Matthew Prentice, computer programming and video game design; and Nicholas Ventura, electrical trades.

Williamson: Amanda Barber, animal science; Edmond Brennessel, conservation; Autumn Frost, New Vision medical careers; Mae Gilley, culinary arts; Samantha Kozak, cosmetology; Maxwell Lalone, advanced manufacturing and engineering; Connor McVey, advanced manufacturing and engineering; Heather Ramsdell, cosmetology; Caleb Taft, power mechanics; and Dylan Woodworth, auto technology.